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  • 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 200 300 400 500 100 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Reading Jeopardy Strategies Genres Choices Terms 2 Terms 1
  • Terms 1, Question 1
    • What is the term used for the BEGINNING of a story on a Story Plot Map?
  • The Introduction !!
  • Terms 1, Question 2
    • What is the word used to tell how 2 things are ALIKE?
  • Compare
  • Terms 1, Question 3
    • The highest point in a story, or the turning point in a story is called the __________.
  • The Climax!!!
  • Terms 1, Question 4
    • What is the word used to tell how 2 things are different?
  • Contrast
  • Terms 1, Question 5
    • On a story plot map, the ending of the story is called a conclusion or the ____________.
  • Resolution
  • Terms 2, Question 1
    • Author’s Purpose – A Biography is written to __________ the reader.
  • Inform
  • Terms 2, Question 2
    • The words in the book (the story) are called the _______.
  • Text
  • Terms 2, Question 3
    • When you analyze a character you look at 5 attributes, also known as ________________.
  • Character Traits
  • Terms 2, Question 4
    • What is the graphic organizer that we use to show comparing and contrasting?
  • Venn Diagram
  • Terms 2, Question 5 If a story is told by a character who is IN the story, words such as “I, me, my, we” are used. What point of view is the story being told in?
  • 1 st Person
  • Multiple Choice, Question 1
    • Author’s Purpose: To tell about, describe, or share information about something.
    • To Entertain c. To Influence
    • To Express d. To Inform
  • To Inform
  • Multiple Choice, Question 2
    • When you write a response to a book you have read, giving your reader your opinion, that is called _________.
    • your facts c. a book review
    • your opinion d. a summary
  • A Book Review
  • Multiple Choice, Question 3
    • Which of the following tells the topic of a paragraph; it also helps the reader remember the important information in the paragraph?
    • a. a detail c. the information
    • b. the main idea d. the title
  • The Main Idea
  • Multiple Choice, Question 4
    • The _________ of a story tells where and when the story takes place.
    • location
    • characters
    • setting
    • plot
  • Setting
  • Multiple Choice, Question 5
    • You can figure out the meaning of a word that you don’t know by reading the words and sentence/s around the unknown word. This is called using your ___________ ___________.
    • left brain
    • root words
    • prior knowledge
    • context clues
  • Context Clues
  • GENRES, Question 1
    • The story in NOT real,
    • but it COULD be,
    • what genre would the story fit into?
  • Realistic Fiction
  • GENRES, Question 2
    • This story build suspense and provides a problem that the characters try to solve throughout the story. What genre would this story fit into?
  • Mystery
  • GENRES, Question 3
    • This story contains elements that are not realistic: talking animals, magical powers, wizards, and spells. What genre does this story fit into?
  • Fantasy
  • GENRES, Question 4
    • This story is set in a historical period, the characters and plot are not real, but the time and place and events surrounding the story were real in our history. What genre does this story fit into?
  • Historical Fiction
  • GENRES, Question 5
    • This book explains how things work, tells facts about many different topics, and show how to do various things. What genre does this book fit into?
  • Non-Fiction
  • STRATEGIES, Question 1
    • The rain forest is home to many creatures. Monkeys, toucans, and makaws live in the rain forest. Blue morpho butterflies and anteaters also live in the rain forest.
    • What is the main idea of this paragraph?
  • The rainforest is home to many creatures.
  • STRATEGIES, Question 2
    • I have 5 parts to me. I kind of look like a hill with a sharp point at the top. I include characters, problems, solutions, and more. What am I?
  • I’m a Story Plot Map!!!
  • STRATEGIES, Question 3
    • NAME and LABEL the 5 parts of a Story Plot Map!
  •  
  • STRATEGIES, Question 4
    • I have 2 parts to be complete. The first is what you know in your head, and the second is what you know from the story. What am I?
  • I am Drawing Conclusions!
  • STRATEGIES, Question 5
    • I am a list of 7. You SHOULD use me when reading a passage and answering questions. I help you to decide which answer choice is correct. What am I?
  • I am YOUR Reading Strategies!!!
  • Additional Review:
  • Words to Know: Plagiarism: Appearance: Dialogue: Cite: Summary: Figurative Meaning: To Influence: To Express Literal Meaning: Theme:
  • This is when you present material as something that you created when it is really something that someone else made. This is illegal! Plagiarism
  • The way a character looks, physically. This character trait is provided by using text evidence rather than by looking at the pictures. Appearance
  • When a character or object speaks or thinks something out loud in a book, that is called dialogue. As a character trait, a character’s dialogue can tell a reader many things about the character’s personality. Dialogue
  • This is when you give credit where credit is due!!! When you use someone else’s words in your writing, you cite their work to let the reader know who deserves the credit for originally writing that. Cite
  • When you retell what you read by only providing the main idea and major points, you are giving a summary. Typically, people refer to the beginning, middle, and end or a book when giving a summary. Summary
  • Not always what is really being said, but saying one thing and actually meaning another. Example: “hold your horses” / be patient! Figurative Meaning
  • When an author’s purpose for writing something is to try and persuade the reader to do or not to do something. To try and talk to reader into seeing something in the same way that the author sees it. To Influence
  • When an author’s purpose for writing something to voice their opinion on something. Example: diary To Express
  • The actual or true meaning of the words being used. Example: “cat got your tongue?” – a cat would actually or literally have a hold of your tongue. Literal Meaning
  • The theme of a story is the mood or the feeling that the author expresses through the characters or the meaning of the story. It is the lesson taught or learned from the story. Theme
  • The End