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Short AnswerMultiple ChoiceTrue and False
The genres of fiction.             Traditional Literature                Realistic Fiction                Science Fiction ...
What must a science fiction story contain?
Fairy Tales fall into this genre of fiction
Stories that are set against a major worldevent are in this fictional genre.
These stories were originally told orally.                     Fables                     Myths                   Tall Tal...
The myth explaining how the fourseasons were created  Traditional Literature  Science fiction  Realistic Fiction  Fantasy ...
Two middle school students visitNYC during track out Traditional Literature  Historical Fiction  Science Fiction  Realisti...
A young girl disguises herself as aboy and joins the Confederate Army Science Fiction  Realistic Fiction  Historical Ficti...
The story of a Revolutionary War nurseand her brother, a British soldier  Traditional Literature  Fantasy  Science Fiction...
Students are taught by robotic teachersand computers assign and checkhomework  Science Fiction  Traditional Literature  Re...
Young wizards attend a specialschool to learn magic.  Science Fiction  Traditional Literature  Realistic Fiction  Fantasy ...
A young boy wins Iditarod raceusing sled and robotic dogs  Science Fiction  Realistic Fiction  Historical Fiction  Fantasy...
The tall tale of “Paul Bunyon andhis Blue Ox, Babe”  Traditional Literature  Fantasy  Realistic Fiction  Science Fiction  ...
Match the term to its meaning:     Theme        Diagram of story events   Protagonist       Villain or Bad Guy   Antagonis...
Match the term to its meaning     Setting       Loose ends wrapped up      Genre         Introduction of prob  Narrative H...
Pronouns used in 3rd Person Point of Vieware “I”, “me”, “we”, “our”
3rd Person Omniscient Narrators knoweverything!
1st Person Point of View uses pronouns, “I”,“me”, “we”, “our”.
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Quiz show: Fictional Genre, Story Elements

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Quiz show: Fictional Genre, Story Elements

  1. 1. Short AnswerMultiple ChoiceTrue and False
  2. 2. The genres of fiction. Traditional Literature Realistic Fiction Science Fiction Historical Fiction Fantasy
  3. 3. What must a science fiction story contain?
  4. 4. Fairy Tales fall into this genre of fiction
  5. 5. Stories that are set against a major worldevent are in this fictional genre.
  6. 6. These stories were originally told orally. Fables Myths Tall Tales Legends
  7. 7. The myth explaining how the fourseasons were created Traditional Literature Science fiction Realistic Fiction Fantasy Historical Fiction
  8. 8. Two middle school students visitNYC during track out Traditional Literature Historical Fiction Science Fiction Realistic Fiction Fantasy
  9. 9. A young girl disguises herself as aboy and joins the Confederate Army Science Fiction Realistic Fiction Historical Fiction Fantasy Traditional Literature
  10. 10. The story of a Revolutionary War nurseand her brother, a British soldier Traditional Literature Fantasy Science Fiction Realistic Fiction Historical Fiction
  11. 11. Students are taught by robotic teachersand computers assign and checkhomework Science Fiction Traditional Literature Realistic Fiction Historical Fiction Fantasy
  12. 12. Young wizards attend a specialschool to learn magic. Science Fiction Traditional Literature Realistic Fiction Fantasy Historical Fiction
  13. 13. A young boy wins Iditarod raceusing sled and robotic dogs Science Fiction Realistic Fiction Historical Fiction Fantasy Traditional Literature
  14. 14. The tall tale of “Paul Bunyon andhis Blue Ox, Babe” Traditional Literature Fantasy Realistic Fiction Science Fiction Historical Fiction
  15. 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. 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. 17. Pronouns used in 3rd Person Point of Vieware “I”, “me”, “we”, “our”
  18. 18. 3rd Person Omniscient Narrators knoweverything!
  19. 19. 1st Person Point of View uses pronouns, “I”,“me”, “we”, “our”.

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