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Know the Lingo: fiction nonfiction poetry drama Slide 2 Know the Lingo: FICTION Slide 3 Know the Lingo: Fiction 1.Foreshadowing is a. hints or clues in the present about something in the future b. hints or clues in the future about something in the past c. a storyline shift to the future d. a storyline shift to the past Slide 4 Know the Lingo: Fiction 1.Foreshadowing is a. hints or clues in the present about something in the future b. hints or clues in the future about something in the past c. a storyline shift to the future d. a storyline shift to the past Slide 5 Know the Lingo: Fiction 2. Flashback is a. hints or clues in the present about something in the future b. hints or clues in the future about something in the past c. a storyline shift to the future d. a storyline shift to the past Slide 6 Know the Lingo: Fiction 2. Flashback is a. hints or clues in the present about something in the future b. hints or clues in the future about something in the past c. a storyline shift to the future d. a storyline shift to the past Slide 7 Know the Lingo: Fiction 3. Diction is a. the word choices a writer makes b. the theme of a narrative work c. a concrete object with an abstract meaning d. language that appeals to the senses Slide 8 Know the Lingo: Fiction 3. Diction is a. the word choices a writer makes b. the theme of a narrative work c. a concrete object with an abstract meaning d. language that appeals to the senses Slide 9 Know the Lingo: Fiction 4. Imagery is a. the word choices a writer makes b. the theme of a narrative work c. a concrete object with an abstract meaning d. language that appeals to the senses Slide 10 Know the Lingo: Fiction 4. Imagery is a. the word choices a writer makes b. the theme of a narrative work c. a concrete object with an abstract meaning d. language that appeals to the senses Slide 11 Know the Lingo: Fiction 5. A symbol is a. the word choices a writer makes b. the theme of a narrative work c. a concrete object with an abstract meaning d. language that appeals to the senses Slide 12 Know the Lingo: Fiction 5. A symbol is a. the word choices a writer makes b. the theme of a narrative work c. a concrete object with an abstract meaning d. language that appeals to the senses Slide 13 Know the Lingo: Fiction 6. To which of the following does the arrow point? a. climax b. exposition c. falling action d. resolution e. rising action Slide 14 Know the Lingo: Fiction 7. To which of the following does the arrow point? a. climax b. exposition c. falling action d. resolution e. rising action Slide 15 Know the Lingo: Fiction 8. To which of the following does the arrow point? a. climax b. exposition c. falling action d. resolution e. rising action Slide 16 Know the Lingo: Fiction 9. To which of the following does the arrow point? a. climax b. exposition c. falling action d. resolution e. rising action Slide 17 Know the Lingo: Fiction 10. To which of the following does the arrow point? a. climax b. exposition c. falling action d. resolution e. rising action Slide 18 Know the Lingo: Fiction 11. Another name for denouement is a. climax b. exposition c. falling action d. resolution e. rising action Slide 19 Know the Lingo: Fiction 11. Another name for denouement is a. climax b. exposition c. falling action d. resolution e. rising action The denouement is the events from the end of the falling action to the actual ending scene of the drama or narrative. Conflicts are resolved, creating normality for the characters and a sense of catharsis, or release of tension and anxiety, for the readerConflictscatharsis Slide 20 Know the Lingo: Fiction 12. Which is not a kind of conflict in literature? a. man v. man b. man vs. nature c. man vs. self d. man vs. society e. man vs. machine Slide 21 Know the Lingo: Fiction 13. Setting is a. where and when the story takes place b. the feeling or emotion created by the words of the story c. the main idea of the story d. the tone of the story Slide 22 Know the Lingo: Fiction 13. Setting is a. where and when the story takes place b. the feeling or emotion created by the words of the story c. the main idea of the story d. the tone of the story Slide 23 Know the Lingo: Fiction 14. Mood is a. where and when the story takes place b. the feeling or emotion created by the words of the story c. the main idea of the story d. the tone of the story Slide 24 Know the Lingo: Fiction 14. Mood is a. where and when the story takes place b. the feeling or emotion created by the words of the story c. the main idea of the story d. the tone of the story Slide 25 Know the Lingo: Fiction 15. Which is not a type of irony a. verbal irony b. irony of fate c. irony of situation d. dramatic irony Slide 26 Know the Lingo: Fiction 15. Which is not a type of irony a. verbal irony b. irony of fate c. irony of situation d. dramatic irony Slide 27 Know the Lingo: Fiction 16. Which point of view is used in the selection below? a. first person b. second person c. third-person omniscient d. third-person limited I knew going was risky, but I was willing to take that chance. Slide 28 Know the Lingo: Fiction 16. Which point of view is used in the selection below? a. first person b. second person c. third-person omniscient d. third-person limited I knew going was risky, but I was willing to take that chance. Slide 29 Know the Lingo: Fiction 18. Which point of view is used in the selection below? a. first person b. second person c. third-person omniscient d. third-person limited Carol knew going was risky, but she was willing to take that chance. Slide 30 Know the Lingo: Fiction 18. Which point of view is used in the selection below? a. first person b. second person c. third-person omniscient d. third-person limited Carol knew going was risky, but she was willing to take that chance. Slide 31 Know the Lingo: Fiction 19. Which point of view is used in the selection below? a. first person b. second person c. third-person omniscient d. third-person limited Carol knew going was risky, but Bob was clueless; nevertheless, both decided to go. Slide 32 Know the Lingo: Fiction 19. Which point of view is used in the selection below? a. first person b. second person c. third-person omniscient d. third-person limited Carol knew going was risky, but Bob was clueless; nevertheless, both decided to go. Slide 33 Know the Lingo: Fiction 20. Theme is a. the topic of a story b. the moral of a story c. found in the last paragraph of a story d. is the central idea of a text Slide 34 Know the Lingo: Fiction 20. Theme is a. the topic of a story (Love, Prejudice, Courage) b. the moral of a story c. found in the last paragraph of a story d. is the central idea of a text (What do you come to understand about Love, Prejudice, Courage) Slide 35 Know the Lingo NONFICTION Slide 36 Know the Lingo: Nonfiction 21. A biography is a. a record of a persons life b. a record of a persons life written by the person whose life is being narrated c. a certain type of autobiography that usually doesnt cover the entire life of a person from birth to the present d. none of these Slide 37 Know the Lingo: Nonfiction 21. A biography is a. a record of a persons life b. a record of a persons life written by the person whose life is being narrated c. a certain type of autobiography that usually doesnt cover the entire life of a person from birth to the present d. none of these Slide 38 Know the Lingo: Nonfiction 22. An autobiography is a. a record of a persons life b. a record of a persons life written by the person whose life is being narrated c. a certain type of autobiography that usually doesnt cover the entire life of a person from birth to the present d. none of these Slide 39 Know the Lingo: Nonfiction 22. An autobiography is a. a record of a persons life b. a record of a persons life written by the person whose life is being narrated c. a certain type of autobiography that usually doesnt cover the entire life of a person from birth to the present d. none of these Slide 40 Know the Lingo: Nonfiction 23. A memoir is a. a record of a persons life b. a record of a persons life written by the person whose life is being narrated c. a certain type of autobiography that usually doesnt cover the entire life of a person from birth to the present d. none of these Slide 41 Know the Lingo: Nonfiction 23. A memoir is a. a record of a persons life b. a record of a persons life written by the person whose life is being narrated c. a certain type of autobiography that usually doesnt cover the entire life of a person from birth to the present d. none of these Slide 42 Know the Lingo: POETRY Slide 43 Know the Lingo: Poetry 24.Which of the following is an example of alliteration? a. wild and wooly b. sly as a fox c. very punny d. I love homework! Slide 44 Know the Lingo: Poetry 24.Which of the following is an example of alliteration? a. wild and wooly b. sly as a fox c. very punny d. I love homework! Slide 45 Know the Lingo: Poetry 25.What is the rhyme scheme of the following? Mary had a little lamb. Its fleece was white as snow, And everywhere that Mary went, The lamb was sure to go. a. aabb b. ccdd c. abcb d. The poem has no rhyme scheme. Slide 46 Know the Lingo: Poetry 25.What is the rhyme scheme of the following? a Mary had a little lamb. b Its fleece was white as snow, c And everywhere that Mary went, b The lamb was sure to go. a. aabb b. ccdd c. abcb d. The poem has no rhyme scheme. Slide 47 Know the Lingo: Poetry 26.Which type of figurative language is being used? The box of chocolates called to me from the kitchen. a. hyperbole b. metaphor c. personification d. simile Slide 48 Know the Lingo: Poetry 26.Which type of figurative language is being used? The box of chocolates called to me from the kitchen. a. hyperbole b. metaphor c. personification d. simile Slide 49 Know the Lingo: Poetry 27. Which type of figurative language is being used? My summer was becoming a box of chocolates melti

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