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When I am trying to determine the conflict in a story, I should mainly focus on...
a) the problems that the protagonist faces. b) the setting of the story. c) the time and place of the story. d) the problems that the antagonist faces.
What is theme in literary texts?
a) the author\\\'s meaning / message b) fiction c) the time and place of a story d) the problem in the story
If a story is set in the past and uses a mixture of factual and fictional details, it can best be classified as what genre?
a) historical fiction b) modern fiction c) historical nonfiction d) modern nonfiction
What are the characteristics of a myth?
a) teaches a lesson, immortals are characters, and part of the oral tradition of a culture b) teaches a lesson, animals are characters, and part of the oral tradition of a culture c) has a theme, inanimate objects are characters, and part of the written tradition of a culture d) has a main idea, people are characters, and part of the online tradition of a culture
How do good readers identifty an author's tone about a subject/ topic?
a) good readers identify the subject/ topic in question, underline each time it is mentioned in the passage, and then analyze wh b) good readers identify the subject/ topic in question and then think about how they (the reader) feel about the subject/ topic c) good readers identify the subject/ topic in question and make an educated guess d) good readers identify the subject/ topic in question and look into a crystal ball to determine how the author really feels
How can I determine that a story is told from the first person point of view?
a) I look for first person pronouns (outside of quotation marks) such as: I, me, my, our, us, we b) I look for first person pronouns (inside of quotation marks) such as: you, they, them, theirs c) I look for first person pronouns (inside of quotation marks) such as: I, me, my, our, us, we d) I look for first person pronouns (outside of quotation marks) such as: you, they, them, theirs
How can I determine that a story is told from the third person point of view?
a) I look for third person pronouns (outside of quotation marks) such as: you, they, them, theirs b) I look for third person pronouns (inside of quotation marks) such as: you, they, them, theirs c) I look for third person pronouns (inside of quotation marks) such as: I, me, my, our, us, we d) I look for third person pronouns (outside of quotation marks) such as: I, me, my, our, us, we
In which genre do good readers expect to find stanzas, figurative language, and rhyme and/or repetition?
a) poetry b) oral tradtion c) drama d) realistic fiction
In which genre do good readers expect to find a cast, set, and stage directions?
a) drama b) oral tradition c) poetry d) realistic fiction
In which genre do good readers expect to find talking animals, gods and goddesses, and a moral to the story?
a) oral tradition b) poetry c) drama d) realistic fiction
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