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Theme
Wild
100
Help or lend a hand
Assist
100
not or badly
non- or mis-
100
What does W.O.W. stand for?
Words on Wheels
100
What is the definition of a theme?
The message or lesson of a story
100
Prior
Before or earlier
200
Regretfully
feeling sorry or sad
200
Favor
an act of kindness or a good deed
200
Why does the author have words in parentheses () in the play?
To show actions that are happening in the play
200
What three things do we consider in evaluating the theme of a story?
setting, characters, characters' actions
200
How does Mr. Diaz help the children?
He lets them use his car lot for the car wash
300
Suspect
Someone who may have committed a crime
300
Crimes that involve stealing
Burglaries
300
What event most contributes to the children's success in saving W.O.W?
The news report by Maria Kopanas
300
What things would you find in a story with a theme of kindness?
working together, doing kind acts for one another, solving a problem as a group, people feeling happy at the end
300
Give one example of a word that starts with "mis-" meaning not
400
A secret clever plan
Scheme
400
What does mistreat mean in the sentence? It is important to not mistreat your pets.
Treat badly
400
Why is W.O.W. in trouble?
It is running out of money
400
What things would you find in a story with a theme involving community?
a lot of characters, people working together, common problem
400
Give one example of a word using "non-" meaning not
500
Guessed or thought over ideas
Speculated
500
What does nonstop mean in the sentence? The walk-a-thon was a nonstop event that continued through the night.
Ongoing
500
What is one theme of the story? How do you know?
500
What is the difference between the plot of a story and the theme of a story?
The plot is specific to the story, the theme could be the same between stories
500
Name 2 themes from "Thank you Mr. Faulker"
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