Analogies
Prefix/Suffix/Root
Figurative Language
Plot Elements
Text Structure
100
Finger: hand ; toe: 

Foot

100

Where does a prefix go?

Before the root word
100

It's raining cats and dogs is an example of

simile, metaphor, or idiom?

Idiom - a word or phrase that isn't meant to be taken literally

100

What part of plot introduces the setting, characters, and conflict?

Exposition

100

Which text structure gives information in order?

Chronological Order or Sequence

200

Hot: cold ; Loud:

Quiet

200

Where does a suffix go?

At the end of the root word

200

A comparision of two things using like or as...

Hyperbole, simile, or personification?

Simile

200

What part of plot comes after the climax and leads to the end of the story?

Falling Action

200

What text structure tells something that happens and why?

Cause and Effect

300

Cow: calf ; Dog:

Puppy

300

What is the root word of:  unhappy?

happy

300

Give an example of an onomatopoeia

Buzz, zap, bang, crunch, etc. 

300

What part of plot is considered the "most exciting part of the story"?

Climax

300

What text structure describes a problem and offers ways to solve it?

Problem and Solution

400

Go: Green ; Stop:

Red

400

What is the suffix in:  sustainable?

-able

400

Simile or metaphor?

The cat pounced on the mouse as a lion would it's prey. 

Simile

400

The ________ is the conclusion to the story. 

Resolution

400

What type of text structure gives information about a topic?

Description

500

Valentine's Day: February ; Halloween: 

October

500
What is the prefix in: imperfect?

im-

500

Sally sells seashells by the sea shore.

Metaphor, personification, or alliteration?

Alliteration


500

What part of plot develops the conflict through a series of events leading to the climax?

Rising Action

500

What text structure tells how things are alike and unlike?

Compare and Contrast

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