Story Elements 1
Story Elements 2
Story Elements 3
Poetic Devices
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The main message in the story.

What is the theme?
100

Where and when the story takes place.

What is the setting?

100

This is the highest point of a story. Everything builds up to this point. 

What is climax?

100

A figure of speech that compares two unlike things without using the words like or as.

What is a metaphor?

100

Sleepy, Happy, Sneezy, Grumpy, Dopey, Doc. Who is missing?

Bashful

200

The problem in the story that needs to be resolved.

What is the conflict?

200

When you expect one thing to happen in a story, but the opposite happens.

What is irony?
200

This is something that a character wants or desires. By the end of the story, the character achieves it or does not. 

What is a spine?

200

This is a figure of speech in which an object has humanlike qualities or emotions. 

What is personification?

200
He wrote Romeo and Juliet.

Who is William Shakespeare?

300

This is what we call the main character in a story.

Who is the protagonist?

300

This is a character in a story who goes against the main character.

Who is the antagonist?

300

What is an internal conflict? Give an example.

A problem that happens within a person's mind.

300

This is a figure of speech comparing two unlike things using the words "like" or "as."

What is a simile?

300

This is the most popular ice cream flavor in the US.

What is chocolate?

400

Point of view of a story that uses the words "I" and "me."

What is first person point of view?

400

Point of view in a story that uses the pronouns "he" "she" or "they" to tell the story.

What is third person point of view?
400

This type of irony is shown through what someone says. It is kind of like sarcasm.

What is verbal irony?

400

This is when an author uses sensory details and adjectives to paint a picture in the reader's mind.

What is imagery?

400

This is the number one tourist attraction in the United States.

What is the Grand Canyon?

500

This type of irony is when the audience knows something that the character in the story does NOT know.

What is dramatic irony?

500

What is an external conflict? Give an example.

A problem that happens between a person and something or someone else.

500

What is situational irony? Give an example.

When an action happens that you would not expect to happen.

500

A literary device that uses symbols, words or pictures to represent an idea or something else.

What is symbolism?

500

We read Stephen King's short story, "The Body" in class. What is the name of the movie that it was turned into?

What is Stand By Me?

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