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Title: POWERPOINT JEOPARDY


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Cultural fiction
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Terms Terms 2 Stories Excerpts Written responses
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Question 1 - 10
  • The general term for myth, folktales, legends,
    and fables.

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Answer 1 10
  • Folklore

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Question 1 - 20
  • A type of writing that is NOT folklore, it is
    entirely factual.

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Answer 1 20
  • Non-fiction

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Question 1 - 30
  • Folklore is passed down generation to generation
    in this way.

8
Answer 1 30
  • Orally- Word of mouth

9
Question 1 - 40
  • A way of writing that causes the reader to read
    in an accent. It shows a particular way of
    speaking specific to a certain group of region.

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Answer 1 40
  • Dialect

11
Question 1 - 50
  • Aside from Gods these character types are also
    the focus of different myths. (not titans)

12
Answer 1 50
  • Heroes

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Question 2 - 10
  • A purely fictitious story characterized by its
    main characters being ordinary people, use of
    magical elements, not being religious, and is
    passed down through generations.

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Answer 2 10
  • Folktale

15
Question 2 - 20
  • A type of story that explains natural or
    spiritual phenomenon. It is usually about
    gods/goddesses, and is connected to religion.

16
Answer 2 20
  • Myth

17
Question 2 - 30
  • A short story that teaches a life lesson through
    animal characters that act like people.

18
Answer 2 30
  • Fable

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Question 2 - 40
  • The term for a life lesson that is taught in a
    fable.

20
Answer 2 40
  • Moral

21
Question 2 - 50
  • Type of story that begins with a piece of
    historical fact, that is then exaggerated to
    great lengths.

22
Answer 2 50
  • Legend

23
Question 3 - 10
  • The People Could Fly is an example of which
    kind of story?

24
Answer 3 10
  • Folktale

25
Question 3 - 20
  • The Dog and the Wolf is an example of this kind
    of story.

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Answer 3 20
  • Fable

27
Question 3 - 30
  • The story where Prometheus creates man, gives
    them fire, and is punished for it, is an example
    of which kind of story?

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Answer 3 30
  • Myth

29
Question 3 - 40
  • The True story of Paul Bunyan is an example of
    what kind of writing? (not a story)

30
Answer 3 40
  • Non-Fiction

31
Question 3 - 50
  • Even though The Wise Old Woman does not have
    magic, and contains a lesson, it is still
    classified as what kind of story?

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Answer 3 50
  • Folktale

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Question 4 - 10
  • What is the following an example of?
  • It is better to starve free than live a well-fed
    slave.

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Answer 4 10
  • Moral

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Question 4 - 20
  • What is the following an example of?
  • Many long years ago, there lived an arrogant and
    cruel young lord who ruled over a small village
    in the western hills of Japan

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Answer 4 20
  • Folktale

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Question 4 - 30
  • What is the following an example of?
  • Many years ago, according to the stories told by
    the people of ancient Greece, there lived two
    brothers who were not like other men, or like the
    gods and goddesses of Mount Olympus.  They were
    the sons of one of the Titans who had fought
    against Zeus and been sent in chains to the
    prison of the Lower World.

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Answer 4 30
  • Myth

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Question 4 - 40
  • What is the following an example of?
  • One winter, shortly after Paul Bunyan dug Lake
    Michigan as a drinking hole for his blue ox,
    Babe, he decided to camp out in the Upper
    Peninsula. It was so cold in that there logging
    camp, that one evening, the temperature dropped
    to 68 degrees below zero. Each degree in the camp
    thermometer measured sixteen inches long and the
    flames in the lanterns froze solid. No one, not
    even Paul Bunyan, could blow them out.

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Answer 4 40
  • Legend

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Question 4 - 50
  • What is the following an example of?
  • They say the people could fly. Say that long ago
    in Africa, some of the people knew magic. And
    they would walk up on the air like climbin up on
    a gate. And they flew like blackbirds over the
    fields. Black, shiny wings flappin against the
    blue up there.
  • Then, many of the people were captured for
    Slavery. The ones that could fly shed their
    wings. They couldnt take their wings across the
    water on the slave ships. Too crowded, dont you
    know.

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Answer 4 50
  • Folktale, Dialect

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Question 5 - 10
  • Correctly write the title of one of the two folk
    tales we read.

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Answer 5 10
  • The Wise Old Woman
  • The People Could Fly

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Question 5 - 20
  • Write one of the morals from any of the three
    fables we read.

46
Answer 5 20
  • Better to starve free than die a well-fed
    slave.
  • Dont trouble trouble till trouble troubles
    you.
  • I dont need your bones (he said) Just give me
    my freedom.

47
Question 5 - 30
  • Write the title of a myth we read.

48
Answer 5 30
  • The Myth of Prometheus
  • The Flight of Daedalus

49
Question 5 - 40
  • Write the term for the exaggerations commonly
    used in legends.

50
Answer 5 40
  • Hyperbole

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Question 5 - 50
  • Write the definition of Theme

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Answer 5 50
  • Theme The topic or main idea, An implicit or
    recurrent idea.
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