Eoct jeopardy final (pov,lit terms)
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Eoct jeopardy final (pov,lit terms) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Jeopardy Figurative Language Lit Terms Sound Devices Nonfiction Potpourri Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $100Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
  • 2. $100 Question from H1 Language that appeals to the senses; allows the reader to experience what the author is describing
  • 3. $100 Answer from H1 Imagery
  • 4. $200 Question from H1 Something that stands for something else
  • 5. $200 Answer from H1 Symbol
  • 6. $300 Question from H1 A figure of speech giving human characteristics to an animal, thing, idea, or other inanimate object
  • 7. $300 Answer from H1 Personification
  • 8. $400 Question from H1 An implied comparison between two unrelated things
  • 9. $400 Answer from H1 Metaphor
  • 10. $500 Question from H1 An extravagant or excessive exaggeration
  • 11. $500 Answer from H1 Hyperbole
  • 12. $100 Question from H2 Introduces characters, establish the setting, and reveal the problem or conflict
  • 13. $100 Answer from H2 Exposition
  • 14. $200 Question from H2 Peak or turning point of the action
  • 15. $200 Answer from H2 Climax
  • 16. $300 Question from H2 Internal and/or external problem in story Examples: Man vs. man Man vs. nature Man vs. himself
  • 17. $300 Answer from H2 Conflict
  • 18. $400 Question from H2 The feeling or emotion created by the words and setting in the story
  • 19. $400 Answer from H2 Mood
  • 20. A situation in which the audience knows something about present or future circumstances that the character does not know
  • 21. $500 Answer from H2 Dramatic Irony
  • 22. $100 Question from H3 Repetition of initial consonant sounds in neighboring words; “Maggie, milly, molly and may”
  • 23. $100 Answer from H3 Alliteration
  • 24. $200 Question from H3 Words imitates the sounds associated with it
  • 25. $200 Answer from H3 Onomatopoeia
  • 26. $300 Question from H3 Repetition of final or middle consonant sounds in neighboring Words; “cat / without”
  • 27. $300 Answer from H3 Consonance
  • 28. $400 Question from H3 Repetition of vowel sounds in neighboring words with different final consonant sounds; “move; stool”
  • 29. $400 Answer from H3 Assonance
  • 30. $500 Question from H3 A regular pattern of rhyming words in a poem indicated by using the different letters of the alphabet
  • 31. $500 Answer from H3 Rhyme Scheme
  • 32. $100 Question from H4 Form of nonfiction in which a writer tells his or her own life story
  • 33. $100 Answer from H4 Autobiography
  • 34. $200 Question from H4 Essay or writing that tries to convince readers to do something or to accept the writer’s point of view
  • 35. $200 Answer from H4 Persuasive
  • 36. $300 Question from H4 Essay or writing that gives information, discusses ideas, or explains a process
  • 37. $300 Answer from H4 Expository Writing
  • 38. $400 Question from H4 The dictionary meaning of a word
  • 39. $400 Answer from H4 Denotation
  • 40. $500 Question from H4 The set of ideas associated with a word in addition to its dictionary meaning
  • 41. $500 Answer from H4 Connotation
  • 42. $100 Question from H5 The act of creating and developing a character; indirect and direct
  • 43. $100 Answer from H5 Characterization
  • 44. $200 Question from H5 The perspective from which the story is told
  • 45. $200 Answer from H5 Point of View
  • 46. $300 Question from H5 The central idea of a text; universal statement about life and/or society that can be discerned from the reading of a text
  • 47. $300 Answer from H5 Theme
  • 48. $400 Question from H5 The word choices a writer makes including the vocabulary used, the appropriateness of the words, and the vividness of the language
  • 49. $400 Answer from H5 Diction
  • 50. $500 Question from H5 A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary work or work of art
  • 51. $500 Answer from H5 Allusion
  • 52. Final Jeopardy A dramatic monologue where a character reveals his or her inner feelings; a way for the audience to overhear the character’s thoughts
  • 53. Final Jeopardy Answer Soliloquy