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by Lisa Hunt
| 31 Questions
Note from the author:
Plot
1
1 pt
The visual representation of a plot.
Plot Line
Exposition
Climax
Resolution
2
1 pt
Occurs at the beginning of a story. Characters and setting are introduced.
Rising Action
Conflict
Exposition
Climax
3
1 pt
Includes a time period, place, and any background information.
Timeline
Setting
Problem
Climax
4
1 pt
People, animals, and/or things in the story.
Setting
Plot
Plot Line
Characters
5
1 pt
Draw and label a plot line.
6
1 pt
A struggle or clash between opposing characters or opposing forces.
Conflict
External Conflict
Internal Conflict
Character vs Nature
7
1 pt
A character struggles with an outside force which may be another character or society as a whole or a natural force.
Conflict
Internal Conflict
External Conflict
Static
8
1 pt
Takes place within a character's own mind.
Conflict
Internal Conflict
External Conflict
Character vs Nature
9
1 pt
Develops the conflicts/complications.
Exposition
Rising Action
Climax
Falling Action
Resolution
10
1 pt
_____ point of view involves the use of either of the two pronouns "I" and "we".
3rd person omniscient
3rd person limited
third person
first person
11
1 pt
The turning point of the story: main character comes face to face with a major conflict, main character will change in some way, main problem will be solved in one way or another.
Exposition
Rising Action
Climax
Falling Action
Resolution
12
1 pt
All loose ends of the plot are tied up. The conflict(s) and climax are taken care of.
Exposition
Rising Action
Climax
Falling Action
Resolution
13
1 pt
The story comes to a reasonable ending
Exposition
Rising Action
Climax
Falling Action
Resolution
14
1 pt
_____ is the position from which a narrator sees and understands what is happening
Character vs. Character
Problem
Point of View
First person
15
10 pts
Watch the Cinderella Video above. Explain each part of the Plot in order.


16
1 pt
_____ point of view uses pronouns like "he", "she", "it", "they" or a name.
3rd person omniscient
3rd person limited
third person
first person
17
1 pt
This is where the narrator is not a character in the story and talks about the characters. The narrator has a limited perspective and can only read one character's mind, feelings, and motive
3rd person omniscient
3rd person limited
third person
first person
18
1 pt
What type of conflict is this?

Character vs. Character
Character vs. Nature
Character vs. Society
Character vs Self
19
1 pt
This is where the narrator is not a character in the story and is "all-knowing" . This type of narrator can read every character's feelings, motives, and thoughts.
3rd person omniscient
3rd person limited
third person
first person
20
1 pt
What are the three types of conflict in literature? Check all that apply.
Character vs. Character
Character vs Setting
Character vs Superman
Character vs. Nature
Character vs. Society
Character vs Plot
21
1 pt
The hero in the story who is faced with a conflict.
Protagonist
Antagonist
Characters
Hero
22
1 pt
What type of conflict is this?

Character vs. Character
Character vs. Nature
Character vs. Society
Character vs Self
23
1 pt
What type of conflict is this?

Character vs. Character
Character vs. Nature
Character vs. Society
Character vs Self
24
1 pt
What type of conflict is this?

Character vs. Character
Character vs. Nature
Character vs. Society
Character vs Self
25
1 pt
Me and my brother got into a fight. What type of conflict is this?
Character vs. Character
Character vs. Nature
Character vs. Society
Character vs Self
26
1 pt
The student was very nervous about today's test. What type of conflict is this?
Character vs. Character
Character vs. Nature
Character vs. Society
Character vs Self
27
1 pt
I was suspended from school. What type of conflict is this?
Character vs. Character
Character vs. Nature
Character vs. Society
Character vs Self
28
1 pt
The tornado destroyed the town. What type of conflict is this?
Character vs. Character
Character vs. Nature
Character vs. Society
Character vs Self
29
1 pt
The bad guy in the story is also called the?
Antagonist
Protagonist
Conflict
The Bad Guy
30
1 pt
This type of character stays the same.
Static
Flat
Dynamic
Round
31
1 pt
This type of character changes in some way
Static
Flat
Dynamic
Round
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