Definitions
Identify the Fallacy
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Short Story Elements
Characters
100

Attacking the person instead of the idea

What is Ad hominem?

100

Everyone else is doing it.

What is band wagon?

100

This is a message that is not directly said.

What are implicit messages?

100

The main character of a story

Who is the protagonist?

100

This character pretended to be a boy

Who is Kit?

200

Presenting an idea in its weakest form

What is Straw Man?

200

Have you stopped mistreating your pet?

What is loaded question?

200

The people intended to see the ad.

What is the audience?

200

Point of view that uses "I, me"

What is first-person?
200

This character was a 14 year old boy who went on a treasure hunt

Who is Jim?

300

Repetition of the same sound at the beginning of words

What is Alliteration?

300

Smoking kills

What is appeal to fear?

300

Appealing to someone's authority on a subject.

What is ethos?

300

Someone who does not change throughout the story.

What is a static character?

300

This character showed deep friendship and loyalty by offering to give up his life to save his friend's life.

Who is Bassanio?

400

A humorous 5 line poem

What is a Limerick?

400

 “I think that we should give better study guides to students”

 “I think that your idea is bad, because we shouldn't just give out easy A's to everyone”.

What is straw man?

400

Prejudice against someone.

What is bias?

400

The series of events leading up to the climax.

What is the rising action?

400

This character threw a stone at a rich man.

Who is Peter?

500

Invoking a sense of urgency

What is Exigency?

500

Don't listen to him, he is a criminal!

What is ad hominem?

500

Appealing to someone's emotions.

What is pathos?

500

The point of view where the narrator does not go into anyone's head.

What is third person objective?

500

This character used his/her wit to save someone's life.

Who is Portia?

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