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A story can have ____________ conflict(s).
a) no b) one c) two d) several
The conflict is:
a) the problem the character faces b) the reason why a character does what they do c) the most exciting part of the story d) the time and place of the story
In the story Seventh Grade if Victor's teacher had called him out in class for not speaking French and embarrassed him in front of Teresa the conflict would have changed to:
a) Man vs. Society b) Man vs. Self c) Man vs. Nature d) Man vs. Man
What point of view is this: Jenny jumped up and down after the teacher handed her the test. She screamed and pumped her fists in the air.
a) Second Person b) Third Person Limited c) Third Person Objective d) Third Person Omniscient
What point of view is this: We ran as fast as we could to the 7-Eleven so that we could be the first ones to try the new Slurpee machine. I couldn't wait to mix up the different flavors!
a) First Person b) Second Person c) Third Person Omniscient d) Third Person Objective
What point of view is this: You will place the document into the drawer and then you will press tray 3.
a) First Person b) Second Person c) Third Person Limited d) Third Person Objective
What point of view is this: Jeremy wasn't sure if Helen liked him. She was twirling her hair which meant maybe she was flirting with him, but maybe she just had hair in her eyes.
a) First Person b) Second Person c) Third Person Limited d) Third Person Omniscient
What point of view is this: Yolanda was confused by his question. Was he asking her on a date? Trey noticed that Yolanda was scrunching up her eyebrows and figured that she definitely didn't want to go out with him.
a) First Person b) Second Person c) Third Person Limited d) Third Person Omniscient
If Noble Experiment had been a fictional story, what type of conflict would Jackie Robinson's character faced?
a) Man vs. Man b) Man vs. Nature c) Man vs. Self d) Man vs. Society
What type of conflict did Martha face when deciding if she should stand up for her beliefs or pay for the scholarship jacket?
a) Man vs. Nature b) Man vs. Self c) Man vs. Man d) Man vs. School
Denouement is:
a) when the story goes on after the resolution b) the same as the resolution c) a made up word d)
Exposition is:
a) when the character, setting, and conflict are introduced b) when the character comes face to face with the problem c) when the problem is resolved; all loose ends tied up d) a fancy word for resolution
The antagonist can be:
a) another character b) the character himself c) a situation or event d) all of the above
Setting includes:
a) Time b) Place c) Conflict d) Both time and place
Internal conflict is:
a) a conflict that the character has within himself b) a conflict that the character has outside of himself c) d)
External conflict is:
a) a conflict that the character has within himself b) a conflict that the character has outside of himself c) d)
The climax usually happens at:
a) the middle of the story b) close to the beginning of the story c) close to the end of the story d) right at the beginning
A protagonist is the good guy.
a) True, we are always rooting for the protagonist. b) False, the protagonist is not always the good guy. It is just the main character. c) d)
The protagonist of the movie Inside Out was:
a) Riley b) Joy c) Bing Bong d) Sadness
What is the correct order for the plot diagram?
a) Denoument, Resolution, Exposition, Rising Action, Climax b) Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution c) Exposition, Climax, Conflict, Falling Action, Resolution d) Exposition, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution
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