Why Does Everything's Gotta Have a Moral
Another Diagram? *eyeroll*
#Drama
Gotta Catch Those Good Vibes
It's All About The Steps
100

The theme of a story is the _______________that's communicated for the audience.

Possible Answers:

Lesson

Message

Meaning

Moral

100

What is this a picture of?

The Plot Diagram

100

How many kinds of conflict are there?

Possible Answers: 

2: Internal and External

7: Character vs. Self / Character/Nature/Society/Technology/Supernatural/Fate

100

Compares 2 or more unlike things using “like” or “as”.   What type of figurative language is this?

Simile

100

Which of the Following is not a text structure?

A. Alphabetical Order

B. Chronological Order

C. Cause and Effect

D. Problem and Solution

A. Alphabetical Order

200

Themes are small lessons from a story that applies to __________________.

Possible Answers

Real Life

Real Word

The Whole universe

200

What are the events that happen before the plot starts, where we meet all the characters and get all the background info we need?

Exposition

200

All of the following are examples of possible conflicts exempt:

A. Character vs. Nature

B. Character vs. Society

C. Character vs. Super Powers

C. Character vs. Super Powers

200

The emotional meaning of a word; how the word makes you feel. What type of language is this?

Connotation / Connotative

200

What are the three types of Author's Purpose?

To inform, To Persuade, and To Entertain

300

Themes are not explicit and they are not clearly ______________ in a story.

Clearly Stated

300

The plot of a story is:

A. The sequence of incidents/events of which a story is composed

B. The turning or high point of a story

C. Part of the plot where the protagonist fights obstacles and conflicts to achieve his goal

D. The lesson or moral of a story

A. The sequence of incidents/events of which a story is composed

300

Video Question!!

Is the conflict in the video external or internal?


Internal Conflict (Character vs. Self)

300

When the sound of a word is spelled out.  What type of figurative language is this? **HINT: Ms. Barreto's favorite word to say.**

onomatopoeia

300

Which text structure would "5 Tips to Help You Wash Your Dog" follow?

Problem and Solution

400

Theme should be written as a __________, not a word.

Sentence

400

Which statement best describes this stage of the Plot Diagram?

A. The story is introduced

B. The conflict is resolved

C. Obstacles slow down the hero

B. The conflict is resolved

400

What is the conflict? 

"Maggie looks in the mirror, and a little voice in the back of her mind tells her that she has the worst color hair and she should be embarrassed by her haircut."

Character vs. Self

400

Identify the Figurative Language:

It was so cold, I practically saw polar bears wearing jackets.

Hyperbole

400

Which text structure would "The History of the Chocolate Bar" follow?

Chronological Order
500

A good way to support your theme is to explain what happens in the story and use _____________.

Evidence

500

In general, each event in a story's plot________the next event.

Causes

500

If the protagonist is the _______, then the antagonist is the ________

Hero / Villain

500

Identify the Figurative Language:

The cruel wind tore off the roof of the house.

Personification

500

A speech given by a student to have pizza day every Friday if elected class president.

What is the author's purpose?

To Persuade

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