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Title: JEOPARDY


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JEOPARDY
  • Short Story Unit 8

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Categories
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Tell Tale Heart
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Charles
Rain, Rain, Go Away
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Reading Strategies
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Literary Terms
Story Vocab.
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Who is the author of The Tell Tale Heart?
Edgar Allan Poe
4
Why does the narrator kill the old man?
He couldnt stand to look at the old mans eye.
5
Why does the narrator greet the old man so nicely
every morning?
He wants to reassure the old man.
6
How does the narrator dispose of the old mans
body?
He puts it under the floorboards in the old mans
bedroom.
7
What is the loud pounding of the dead mans heart
mean, and what does it cause?
The loud pounding is only heard by the narrator
and is a sign of his guilt. It causes him to
confess to the police.
8
Why is Lauries moms worry humorous after the
surprise ending?
Laurie is actually the bad boy, Charles.
9
What new experience is Laurie facing at the
beginning of Charles ?
It is his first day of kindergarten
10
How does the mother start to view Laurie after he
begins school?.
He is turning into a swaggering, shouting boy
because of Charles bad influence.
11
What two clues in the story show that Laurie is
not being truthful about the first days spanking?
Laurie stops to think before saying the boys
name wont say exactly what the boy did.
12
What does the phrase Laurie spoke insolently to
his father tell about Laurie?
Laurie does not behave well at home.
13
What happens first in Rain, Rain, Go Away?
Lillian tells her husband about the neighbors and
their home.
14
What clue foreshadows what will happen at the end
of Rain, Rain ?
Mrs. Sakkaro is always looking at the sky.
15
What is the main conflict in Rain, Rain ?
The main conflict is figuring out why the
Sakkaros are behaving so strangely.
16
What inference do we make at the end of Rain,
Rain ?
The Sakkaros are not from earth.
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Who is the author of Rain, Rain, Go Away ?
Isaac Asimov
18
In which strategy do you ask questions about the
events, title, characters, and then read to find
the answers?
1 QUESTION
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In which step should you think about the story,
consider it as a whole, and decide what it means
to you?
5 PULL IT TOGETHER
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Dont Choke!
Daily Double
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In which step do you stop to find the answers to
your questions, check your predictions, make
new ones based on new info.?
3 CLARIFY
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In which step do you decide what happens next
based on clues in the story and your own
experiences?
2 PREDICT
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In which step do you stop to review the main
events and identify the important parts of the
story?
4 SUMMARIZE
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The force that opposes the hero is called the ___?
ANTAGONIST
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The sequence of events, required in short
stories, is called the ____.
PLOTexposition, initial event, rising action,
climax, falling action, resolution
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What is the position/perspective from which a
story is told to a reader?
Point of View - 1st person, 3rd person limited,
3rd person omniscient
27
What is the central message, concern, or insight
into a story called?
THEME
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When is the background information that
introduces the setting, characters, and situation
given in a story?
EXPOSITION (step one in plot)
29
A beating in rhythm
  • PULSATION

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of the sky
CELESTIAL
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Careful about details
METICULOUS
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at the same time
SIMULTANEOUSLY
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Dont Choke!
Daily Double
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with disbelief
  • INCREDULOUSLY
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