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  • 1. Story Elements
  • 2. What is a theme?
    30
    Where the story takes place
    The message the author wants you to take away
    The bad guy
    What the story is about
    0
  • 3. The protagonist is the good guy.
    True
    False
    0 of 30
  • 4. What is the bad guy called?
    Protagonist
    Antagonist
    Hero
    0 of 30
  • 5. Which list includes only negative character traits?
    Giving, cruel, sensitive
    Cruel, outgoing, snobby
    Selfish, cruel, stuck-up
  • 6. What is the setting of a story?
    30
    Where, when
    Where, place, when
    Where, when, environment
    When, environment, time
    0
  • 7. The mood is included in the ________?
    Plot
    Environment
    Theme
    Protagonist
    0 of 30
  • 8. A story that involves a man fighting a dragon is an example of which type of conflict?
    Person vs. person
    Person vs. nature
    Person vs. machine
    0 of 30
  • 9. A person vs. nature conflict could include:
    30
    A man vs. a dog
    A man vs. himself
    A man vs. a robot
    A man vs. a river
    0
  • 10. A person vs. himself conflict is also called an:
    Internal conflict
    External conflict
    Immediate conflict
    0 of 30
  • 11. True or false: an author always comes out and tells the read the theme.
    True
    False
    30
    0
    0
  • 12. Choose the correct order of the following plot elements:
    Conflict, resolution, climax
    Climax, introduction, resolution
    Introduction, conclusion, resolution
    Introduction, climax, resolution
  • 13. What is the resolution of a story?
    When we meet the characters
    How the conflict is solved
    The events leading up to the climax
    The most exciting part of the story
    30
    0
    0
  • 14. The climax is the most exciting part of the story when everything is going to change.
    True
    False
    0 of 30
  • 15. Choose the correct example of symbolism:
    We should all accept one another no matter our differences.
    A stone that represents greed.
    Treat others the way you wish to be treated.
    0 of 30

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