8th Fall Final-Questions, Connections, Drama: Question Preview (ID: 17034)


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In drama, what reveals the setting, time, and place (partially revealed through costuming) of the play and helps create mood?
a) Protagonist b) Staging c) Antagoinst d) Dialogue
What type of connection is between the text and something that is occurring or has occurred in the world?
a) Text-to-self b) Text-to-text c) Text-to-world d) Text-to-English
What type of connection is between the text and another story or text that you have read previously?
a) Text-to-self b) Text-to-text c) Text-to-world d) Text-to-English
What type of connection is between the text and something in your own life experience?
a) Text-to-self b) Text-to-text c) Text-to-world d) Text-to-English
Which type of question is an open-ended question that is raised by ideas in the text and transcend social and cultural boundaries and speak to a common human experience (ex., What does the character believe in)?
a) Literal Question b) Interpretive Question c) Evaluative Question d) Universal Question
Which type of questions asks for an opinion, a belief, or a point of view (ex., Do you agree or disagree)?
a) Literal Question b) Interpretive Question c) Evaluative Question d) Universal Question
Which type of question may have more than one answer and requires that the answer be supported with evidence from the text (ex., What does this mean)?
a) Literal Question b) Interpretive Question c) Evaluative Question d) Universal Question
Which type of question is knowledge level, fact-based question asked for clarification (ex., who, what, when, where, why, how)?
a) Literal Question b) Interpretive Question c) Evaluative Question d) Universal Question
What is the story's main character known as?
a) Protagonist b) Staging c) Antagonist d) Dialogue
What is the character who opposes the protagonist known as?
a) Protagonist b) Staging c) Antagonist d) Dialogue
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