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Literary Terms Jeopardy
  • English 8
  • Mrs. Hull
  • 2009

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Literary Terms Jeopardy
Literary Techniques
Word Plays
Think About It
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Big Words
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Final Jeopardy
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Literary Terms Jeopardy
Word Plays
Think About It
Literary Techniques
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Final Jeopardy
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100 Question from Big Words
The use of words to imitate natural sounds such
as buzz or pop.
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100 Answer from Big Words
What is onomatopoeia?
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200 Question from Big Words
The repetition of the same sound beginning
several words in sequence.
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200 Answer from Big Words
What is alliteration?
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300 Question from Big Words
A kind of metaphor in which a nonhuman thing is
talked about as if it were human.
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300 Answer from Big Words
What is personification?
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400 Question from Big Words
Deliberate and extreme exaggeration made by the
author of a story.
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400 Answer from Big Words
What is hyperbole?
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500 Question from Big Words
A guess based on clues from the text of a story
or movie.
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500 Answer from Big Words
What is inferencing?
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100 Question from Lit. Techniques
A person, place, thing or event that has meaning
in itself and stands for something beyond itself
as well.
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100 Answer from Lit Techniques
What is a symbol?
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200 Question from Lit. Techniques
What a character is like what s/he does to show
his/her personality










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200 Answer from Fig. Speaking
What is characterization?
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300 Question from Lit. Techniques
Story leads the reader to expect one thing, but
the opposite happens.
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300 Answer from Lit. Techniques
What is Irony?
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400 Question from Lit. Techniques
Language that appeals to the senses sight,
taste, sound, touch and smell.
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400 Answer from Fig. Speaking
What is imagery ?
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500 Question from Lit. Techniques
Use of clues or hints to suggest events that will
occur later in the plot, used to build suspense
or anxiety in the reader or viewer.
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500 Answer from Lit. Techniques
What is foreshadowing?
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100 Question from Word Plays
Vantage point of any story.
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100 Answer from Word Plays
What is point of view?
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200 Question from Word Plays
Narrator is a character in the story, often
recognized by the use of the pronouns I or my
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200 Answer from Word Plays
What is 1st person Point of View?
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300 Question from Word Plays
A figure of speech that makes a comparison
between two unlike things, using a word such as
like, as, resembles, or than.
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300 Answer from Word Plays
What is a simile?
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400 Question from Word Plays
The narrator is not a character in the story, but
knows the thoughts and feelings of all
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400 Answer from Word Plays
What is a 3rd person Omniscient POV?
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500 Question from Word Plays
Events are told in the order in which they
actually happened
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500 Answer from Word Plays
What is chronological order?
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100 Question from Think About It
Main character in a story story revolves around
this character.
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100 Answer from Think About It
Who is the protagonist?
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200 Question from Think About It
The attitude a writer takes toward the audience,
a subject, or a character.
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200 Answer from Think About It
What is tone?
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300 Question from Think About It
The character who works AGAINST the main
character.
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300 Answer from Think About It
Who is the antagonist ?
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400 Question from Think About It
This narrator is not a character in the story,
but knows only the perspective of one character
in the story.
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400 Answer from Think About It
What is a 3rd person Limited POV?
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500 Question from Think About It
The big moment the explosion or gunshot or phone
call or car wreck that finally ends a conflict.
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500 Answer from Think About It
What is climax?
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100 Question from More Lit
Detailed descriptions of the moments just before
the climax, puts it off audience waits and
wonders Whatll happen?
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100 Answer from More Lit
What is suspense?
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200 Question from More Lit
Lesson about life which the author or director
hopes we will learn.
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200 Answer from More Lit
What is theme?
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300 Question from More Lit
Feeling, emotion which the story generates in the
reader or audience
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300 Answer from More Lit
What is mood?
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400 Question from More Lit
Present movement of the story is halted and a
scene from the past is relived readers relive
the past moments in the present.
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400 Answer from More Lit
What is a flashback?
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500 Question from More Lit
Quick wrap up after the climax just before the
credits in a movie now the whole story feels
finished.
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500 Answer from More Lit
What is the resolution?
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Final Jeopardy
The very beginning of the story characters,
setting, and sometimes the conflict are all
introduced in this part of the plot.
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Final Jeopardy Answer
What is an exposition?
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