Define It
Plot It
Whose Voice
Figure It Out
Do You Know It
100
The main character in the story, often the hero.
What is the protagonist?
100
This part of the plot is the basic set up of the situation in the story.
What is the exposition?
100
"As she looked over at me, I was wondering what she would do next" is an example of this type of narrative voice.
What is 1st person?
100
"Like a whisper, the wind blew through the trees" is an example of this type of figurative language.
What is a simile?
100
When something represents or means something else.
What is symbolism?
200
When and where the story takes place including the mood
What is the setting?
200
The wrapping up of loose ends happens in this part of the plot.
What is falling action/resolution?
200
"He was thinking about her. Likewise, she was thinking about him" is an example of this type of narrative voice.
What is 3rd person omniscient?
200
"The sky, black oil, flooded every corner with darkness" is an example of this type of figurative language.
What is a metaphor?
200

The opposite of what you expect to happen, happens.

What is situational irony?

300
The character that opposes the main character, often the villain.
What is the antagonist?
300
The conflict develops in this part of the plot.
What is rising action?
300
"I quietly watched as the tiger sprang from its cage and devoured the suitor" is an example of this type of narrative voice.
What is 1st person?
300
"The telephone danced in its cradle" is an example of this type of figurative language.
What is personification?
300

When someone says to opposite of what they know to be true (sarcasm). 

What is verbal irony? 

400
The overall message, meaning or moral of the story.
What is theme?
400
The most intense moment in the story and when the conflict is fully revealed happens in this part of the plot.
What is the climax?
400
"He pondered the possibility that he might not do well on the test. Studying tonight was a must" is an example of this type of narrative voice.
What is 3rd person limited?
400
"Bob kicked the ball so hard that it sailed to the moon" is an example of this type of figurative language.
What is hyperbole?
400

When the audience or reader knows something that the character(s) in the story don't know. 

What is dramatic irony?

500

The 3 types of conflicts in a story.

What are person vs self, person vs person, person vs nature.


For 200 bonus points, name one other type of conflict.

500
A labeled model to show the order of events in a story.
What is a plot diagram?
500
"Leslie worried all day about the test. Her friend Marie did not have a worry in her head" is an example of this type of narrative voice.
What is 3rd person omniscient?
500
"Tiny tots tuckered out from too much Christmas cheer cuddled cozily under the tree" is an example of this type of figurative language.
What is alliteration?
500
Clues or hints that the author gives to the reader to allow them to infer what will happen next in the story.
What is foreshadowing?
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