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  • 1. Short AnswerMultiple ChoiceTrue and False
  • 2. The genres of fiction. Traditional Literature Realistic Fiction Science Fiction Historical Fiction Fantasy
  • 3. What must a science fiction story contain?
  • 4. Fairy Tales fall into this genre of fiction
  • 5. Stories that are set against a major worldevent are in this fictional genre.
  • 6. These stories were originally told orally. Fables Myths Tall Tales Legends
  • 7. The myth explaining how the fourseasons were created Traditional Literature Science fiction Realistic Fiction Fantasy Historical Fiction
  • 8. Two middle school students visitNYC during track out Traditional Literature Historical Fiction Science Fiction Realistic Fiction Fantasy
  • 9. A young girl disguises herself as aboy and joins the Confederate Army Science Fiction Realistic Fiction Historical Fiction Fantasy Traditional Literature
  • 10. The story of a Revolutionary War nurseand her brother, a British soldier Traditional Literature Fantasy Science Fiction Realistic Fiction Historical Fiction
  • 11. Students are taught by robotic teachersand computers assign and checkhomework Science Fiction Traditional Literature Realistic Fiction Historical Fiction Fantasy
  • 12. Young wizards attend a specialschool to learn magic. Science Fiction Traditional Literature Realistic Fiction Fantasy Historical Fiction
  • 13. A young boy wins Iditarod raceusing sled and robotic dogs Science Fiction Realistic Fiction Historical Fiction Fantasy Traditional Literature
  • 14. The tall tale of “Paul Bunyon andhis Blue Ox, Babe” Traditional Literature Fantasy Realistic Fiction Science Fiction Historical Fiction
  • 15. Match the term to its meaning: Theme Diagram of story events Protagonist Villain or Bad Guy Antagonist Life Message, Lesson Learned Plot Main Character Plot Line What happens in story
  • 16. Match the term to its meaning Setting Loose ends wrapped up Genre Introduction of prob Narrative Hook Story’sTime & Place Climax A type of written literature Resolution Highest Point in story
  • 17. Pronouns used in 3rd Person Point of Vieware “I”, “me”, “we”, “our”
  • 18. 3rd Person Omniscient Narrators knoweverything!
  • 19. 1st Person Point of View uses pronouns, “I”,“me”, “we”, “our”.

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