Theme
Character
Setting
POV
Conflict/Resolution
100

What is the theme of our classroom? 

Forest/ Nature/ Camping etc.

100

Who is the main character in "The Giver"?

Jonas

100

What is the setting of "The Giver"

Futuristic, Utopian Society 

100

There are many different points of view. True or False?

True

100

What is conflict?

A problem to solve or a goal that the main character wants to reach

200

Themes are typically universal. True or False?

True

200

The leading character or one of the major characters in a drama, movie, novel, or other fictional text.

Protagonist 

200

What is the setting of Stranger Things?

Hawkins, Indiana 

200

What is the Point of View in the book "The Giver"?

Third person perspective / Third person limited perspective 

200

Resolution

A problem to solve or a goal that the main character wants to reach

300

What is theme?

Core idea of the book

300

A person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or something; an adversary.

Antagonist 

300

What is the setting of Catalyst Academy?

El Sobrante, Ca

300

Told from the perspective of one of the characters in the plot – usually one of the main characters

First person perspective 

300

A story often has more than one conflict. True or false?

True

400

How do you say theme in Spanish? 

Tema 

400

To showcase a character’s growth in the face of adversity, much like real people grow and adapt to their own real situations.

Character Development 

400

Name the setting of your favorite show.

Various answers

400

When the narrator is describing what the person they are grammatically speaking to is doing. It is marked by the pronoun “You” statements.

Second person perspective 

400

Characters physically fighting or battling in a story is an example of what kind of conflict? 

External conflict 

500
Theme is a small picture idea in a story. True or False?

False 

500

Give an example of character development in real life.

Various answers

500

Some stories don't have a setting. True or False?

False

500

The most common POV used in fiction, especially adult fiction. The pronouns “I” and “you” will not show up at all, except in dialogue.

Third person perspective. 

500

Share a conflict and its resolution from real life.

Various answers 

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