Chapter 2 & 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5 & 6
Chapter 7 & 8
100

What should you annotate? 

Almost anything

100

What is a plot? 

Plot is the basic building block for literature. 

*It is the answer to the "what happens and why" question. 

100

What was the templet given in Chapter 5 for forming a thesis statement? 

subject+verb+technique(s)+infinitive+effect

100

What is a protagonist and antagonist?

Protagonist: The good guy or hero

Antagonist: Opposes the protagonist, bad guy, etc.

200

What does annotate mean?

To comment upon, to note

200

What are the five types of conflict we covered in Chapter 4?

Man vs. man, Man vs. society, Man vs. God, Man vs. himself, Man vs. nature. 

200

What are two ways listed in Chapter 5 to help form your ideas?

Outline and graphic organizer 

200

What is a foil?

A foil is a character who is usually paired with the protagonist to illustrate contrast. 

300

What are allusions?

They are brief, subtle, and unexplained suggestions of something else such as a person, a place, an event an idea, a quote, or a work of art. 

300

What is in a dramatic pyramid, and who invented it?

(Double points if you draw the pyramid with the correct labeling)

Exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution or d√©nouement. 

Created by Gustov Freytag

300

The _________ ___________ announces the point the paragraph will make, what it will argue. 

Fill in the blanks

topic sentence

300

What is the repetition of words or phrases at the beginning of sentences or phrases within a sentence?

Anaphora

400

How can allusions be successful?

Readers must have the schema, or background knowledge to interpret them. 

400

What are plot devices?

Techniques that move the story forward include flashbacks, in medias res, and cliffhangers to explain, create suspense, and compel the reader to continue reading. 

400

What are the euphamisms for the following job descriptions, Sanitation Engineer, Canine Relocation Specialist, Loss Prevention Officer?

Garbage man, Dog catcher, Guard

400

__________ is similar to anaphora and serves the same purposes, but instead of the repetition coming at the beginning of sentences or phrases, it comes at the end.

Fill in the blank 

Epistrophe

500

Although there are more than seven items, list seven things you should have listed for annotations. 

Clue: Annotation Checklist

Questions, definitions of unfamiliar words, personal responses, drawings, favorite passages, interesting or unusual words, evidence of thinking, your reactions to characters and events, notations of literary devices, connections between the story and your own experience, answers to your questions, arguments with the author or characters, predictions about what will happen next, inferences and guesses about the author's beliefs, and patterns or repetition  

500

List three other plot devices writers use to carry the plot forward.

Chekhov's gun, Deus ex machina, foreshadowing, frame story, twist ending.

500

The concept of _______________(also called _________structure) in literature is similar to the lines: it's words that go in the same direction. 

Fill in the blanks

Parallelism, parallel

500

What is an object, an action, or a character (person or animal) that serves double-duty?

(Double points if you can give four examples listed in the book)

A symbol