Jeopardy Choose a category.  You will be given the answer.  You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy
Go  Figure! Lords of Lore What did  you say? Go Grammar  A Go Grammar  B 1 2 3 4 5 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 5 3 3 3 3 4 4 4...
"Her hair is as shiny as ebony."   This is an example of what?
metaphor
The curious cat crept towards the mouse hole.  This is an example of what?
alliteration
"The fog crept on little cat feet."  This is an example of what?
personification
"The boys dove on the ball like angry dogs snarling for a bone."   This is an example of what?
simile
“ I was so embarrassed that I wanted to die.”  This is an example of what?
hyperbole
Stories shared and passed down from one generation to another which are accepted as true, but cannot be checked.
legend
A made-up story that explains the existence of a natural phenomenon.
myth
Folktales that have a moral and usually have animal characters that teaches a lesson.
fable
Examples: Arachne Persephone How the Chipmunk got its Stripes
myths
Examples: The Tortoise and the Hare The Boy Who Cried Wolf The Dog and the Bone
fables
What is the author’s attitude toward a topic?
tone
What is a way of speaking that is characteristic of a particular region or group of people?
onomatopoeia
This is an example of what kind of tone? "Don't talk to me about voting or politics. I'm not interested. All politici...
Negative Pessimistic Cynical Angry
What is this an example of what? “ Ya shore look mis’rable, honey.  But don’t ya fret none.  I know magic and I kin help.”
dialect
What is this an example of what? Once and only once there were three little pigs who kept perfect rhythm. Satch played sax...
onomatopoeia
From what point of view is this written? The aisles were filled with fans tapping their toes and snapping their claws.  Th...
Third Person  Point of View
When would you use a diagram in a report?
Use a  diagram  to help show readers how something is made or the parts of something.
When would you use an outline?
Use an  outline  to help organize your ideas before writing a report.
When would you use a timeline?
Use a timeline to organize dates and events in chronological (time) order.
When would you use a stem and leaf plot?
Use stem and leaf plots in math to organize how often something happens or shows up.
What is the underlined word? Before leaving, give  us  your new address.
indirect object
What is the underlined word? Kenny made  himself  breakfast this morning.
reflexive pronoun
What is the underlined word? Will  you be flying to Austin, Texas today?
helping verb
What is the underlined? My cat  has been sleeping  too much.
verb phrase
What is the underlined? We  are  too early for dinner.
linking verb
What is the underlined? An announcer  reported  the news of the day.
action verb
What is the underlined? The owner of the horse offered Chris a  ride .
direct object
What is the underlined? Kellie  eagerly  awaits the opening of the movie,  The Lightning Thief.
adverb
What is the verb phrase? Are you going to the dance?
are going
Which word is the adverb? We really want turkey for New Year’s dinner.
really
Final Jeopardy Make your wager
Name five words that do NOT end in –ly that are adverbs.
not, n’t, never always, sometimes really, very, quite rather, often too
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Jeopardy Game - Quarter Two Review

  1. 1. Jeopardy Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
  2. 2. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy
  3. 3. Go Figure! Lords of Lore What did you say? Go Grammar A Go Grammar B 1 2 3 4 5 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 5 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 Read This
  4. 4. "Her hair is as shiny as ebony." This is an example of what?
  5. 5. metaphor
  6. 6. The curious cat crept towards the mouse hole. This is an example of what?
  7. 7. alliteration
  8. 8. "The fog crept on little cat feet." This is an example of what?
  9. 9. personification
  10. 10. "The boys dove on the ball like angry dogs snarling for a bone." This is an example of what?
  11. 11. simile
  12. 12. “ I was so embarrassed that I wanted to die.” This is an example of what?
  13. 13. hyperbole
  14. 14. Stories shared and passed down from one generation to another which are accepted as true, but cannot be checked.
  15. 15. legend
  16. 16. A made-up story that explains the existence of a natural phenomenon.
  17. 17. myth
  18. 18. Folktales that have a moral and usually have animal characters that teaches a lesson.
  19. 19. fable
  20. 20. Examples: Arachne Persephone How the Chipmunk got its Stripes
  21. 21. myths
  22. 22. Examples: The Tortoise and the Hare The Boy Who Cried Wolf The Dog and the Bone
  23. 23. fables
  24. 24. What is the author’s attitude toward a topic?
  25. 25. tone
  26. 26. What is a way of speaking that is characteristic of a particular region or group of people?
  27. 27. onomatopoeia
  28. 28. This is an example of what kind of tone? "Don't talk to me about voting or politics. I'm not interested. All politicians are self-serving and corrupt. My vote won't change a thing."
  29. 29. Negative Pessimistic Cynical Angry
  30. 30. What is this an example of what? “ Ya shore look mis’rable, honey. But don’t ya fret none. I know magic and I kin help.”
  31. 31. dialect
  32. 32. What is this an example of what? Once and only once there were three little pigs who kept perfect rhythm. Satch played sax. Wee-wee-wee-wee! Mo played bass. Doont – doont – dunn! And Ella Sang. Scat – scooby – dooby, shoo!
  33. 33. onomatopoeia
  34. 34. From what point of view is this written? The aisles were filled with fans tapping their toes and snapping their claws. The wolf elbowed his way forward, using his bad breath to clear the way.
  35. 35. Third Person Point of View
  36. 36. When would you use a diagram in a report?
  37. 37. Use a diagram to help show readers how something is made or the parts of something.
  38. 38. When would you use an outline?
  39. 39. Use an outline to help organize your ideas before writing a report.
  40. 40. When would you use a timeline?
  41. 41. Use a timeline to organize dates and events in chronological (time) order.
  42. 42. When would you use a stem and leaf plot?
  43. 43. Use stem and leaf plots in math to organize how often something happens or shows up.
  44. 44. What is the underlined word? Before leaving, give us your new address.
  45. 45. indirect object
  46. 46. What is the underlined word? Kenny made himself breakfast this morning.
  47. 47. reflexive pronoun
  48. 48. What is the underlined word? Will you be flying to Austin, Texas today?
  49. 49. helping verb
  50. 50. What is the underlined? My cat has been sleeping too much.
  51. 51. verb phrase
  52. 52. What is the underlined? We are too early for dinner.
  53. 53. linking verb
  54. 54. What is the underlined? An announcer reported the news of the day.
  55. 55. action verb
  56. 56. What is the underlined? The owner of the horse offered Chris a ride .
  57. 57. direct object
  58. 58. What is the underlined? Kellie eagerly awaits the opening of the movie, The Lightning Thief.
  59. 59. adverb
  60. 60. What is the verb phrase? Are you going to the dance?
  61. 61. are going
  62. 62. Which word is the adverb? We really want turkey for New Year’s dinner.
  63. 63. really
  64. 64. Final Jeopardy Make your wager
  65. 65. Name five words that do NOT end in –ly that are adverbs.
  66. 66. not, n’t, never always, sometimes really, very, quite rather, often too

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