Grammar & Mechanics
Literary Devices
Vocabulary
Short Stories
Plays
100

This part of speech describes a person, place, or thing. 

What is a NOUN?

100

This literary device is the main idea or focus of a story.

What is a theme?

100

This is when there is excessive flattery given 

What is ADULATION?

100

This literary device uses colors to represent different thoughts/feelings/experiences.

What is COLOR SYMBOLIZATION? 
100

Hollywood feeds on this type of emotion/feeling, both rational and irrational. 

What is FEAR?

200

This part of speech describes direction, time, place, location, spatial relationships.

What is a PREPOSITION? 

200

DAILY DOUBLE

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The five senses are usually tapped into when using this literary device. 

What is IMAGERY?

200

A character who is not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant. 

What is ALOOF?
200

This literary device is to be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral/political/historical one

What is an ALLEGORY?

200

This character proved to not be a strong leader within his time as leader in Salem. 

Who is REV. PARRIS?

300

This part of speech describes words that relay emotions. 

What is an INTERJECTION?

300

This literary device's main usage is to persuade its audience. 

What is RHETORIC?

300

Create an example of something that would be considered ANACHRONISTIC.

Example dependent. 

300

This technique is when images/pictures are utilized to represent information. 

What is DEPICT/DEPICTION? 

300
This literary device was used when Rev. Hale heavily complimented Rebecca Nurse upon his arrival to Salem.

What is IRONY?

400

Identify where the missing comma(s) belongs in the following sentence:

Henry VIII the king who married his sister-in-law changed England’s religion after the Pope denied his divorce.

What is after "VII" & "law"?

400

This literary device are exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken literally 

What is HYPERBOLE?

400

When an educated guess is created based off of previous/given information. 

What is a HYPOTHESIS?

400

This late 1800s prescription for new mothers caused many individuals to end up in insane asylums. 

What is REST CURE?

400

DAILY DOUBLE

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These characters are the main reason that the tragedy of Macbeth occurs. 

Who are THE WITCHES?

500

Name the two instances in which you would put the apostrophe at the END of the word, after the ‘s’.

What is when there is an individual person with a name ends in ‘s’ and when showing possession of a group of people, and the word ends in ‘s’

500

List the 5 plot diagram characteristics in correct order. 

What is 1. Exposition, 2. Rising Action, 3. Climax, 4. Falling Action, 5. Conclusion

500

When an individual is pushed/egged on/irritated until they lash out.

What is ANTAGONIZE?

500

Name one reason the Princess in "The Lady, or the Tiger?" would have sent her lover to the Tiger, and name on reason she would have sent him to the Lady.

Answer Dependent 

500

This literary device is used when Lady Macbeth convinces her husband to murder King Duncan. List the device AND at least one TYPE with explanation of your choice!

What is RHETORIC?

What is ethos/logos/pathos?

Example dependent. 

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