Reading 5th Grade
Writing 5th Grade
Language Arts 5th Grade
Grammar 5th Grade
100

The location and time of a story

What is the setting?

100

This part of an essay tells what the topic will be.

What is the introduction?

100

To use strong exaggeration

What is emphasis? 

100

I love going to baseball games they are so much fun.

The incorrect sentence above is an example of this type of sentence.  

What is a run-on sentence? 

200

What are the different parts of the plot of the story?

Exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution

200

This is a short version of the story that includes just the important details.

What is the summary?

200

"The bright orange walls screamed at her as she walked into the room." is an example of what type of figurative language? 

What is personification?

200

This is the action part of the sentence. 

What is the predicate/ verb? 

300

What do you call a part of the book with titles and pages of where to find them?

Table of Contents 
300

What is the difference between a common noun and a proper noun?

Proper noun is capitalized; proper noun is a specific name of a person place or thing

300

The sea bass danced to the sound of the bass guitar.

What is this an example of?

Homograph

300

A word that describes a noun

What is an adjective?

400

What the story is mainly about?

Main idea

400

When the story is told from the perspective of the narrator, using words like "I" or "me"

What is first person?

400

To describe how things are alike and how they are different

What is compare and contrast? 

400

A person, place, thing, or idea/thought. 

What is a noun?

500

The overall message or lesson of a story. 

What is a theme?


500

This is the last part of a paper that wraps it up. It is best to end this with an impact statement. 

What is a conclusion? 
500

You use these when you are unsure of a word and its meaning in a text.

What are context clues?

500

What punctuation mark is used when showing dialogue?

Quotation marks

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