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Title: Jeopardy


1
Jeopardy
Genre
Nouns
Figurative Language
Plot
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Final Jeopardy
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100 Question from Figurative Language
A type of comparison that suggests that one thing
is like or as another thing It math is
confusing like the inside of a watch (Soto 252).
3
100 Answer Figurative Language
What is a simile?
4
200 Question from Figurative Language
A type of comparison that suggests that one thing
is another without using the words like or
as The rose bushes of shame on his face
became bouquets of love (Soto 255).
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200 Answer from Figurative Language
What is a metaphor?
6
300 Question from Figurative Language
An expression that features inanimate objects
doing things that only people can do Six
stories below the lights of the city blinked and
the sounds of cars mingled with the curses and
the laughter of children in the street (Thomas
285).
7
300 Answer from Figurative Language
What is personification?
8
400 Question from Figurative Language
An expression that cannot be understood by simply
looking at the dictionary definition of words.
Instead one must consider the context and
culture He watched her on the sly . . . he
stood up and hurried to the door, where he
managed to catch her eye (Soto 252).
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400 Answer from Figurative Language
What is an idiom?
10
500 Question from Figurative Language
An idiom that uses excessive exaggeration to
emphasize a point Antonio knew the dynamite
that was stored in his Amigo Brothers fists
(Thomas 289).
11
500 Answer from Figurative Language
What is hyperbole?
12
100 Question from Plot
The part of a storys plot that presents the
setting (time and place) and the introduction to
the major characters Antonio Cruz and Felix
Vargas were both seventeen years old, . . . were
so together in friendship that they felt them
themselves to be brothers . . . growing up on the
lower east side of Manhattan (Thomas 283).
13
100 Answer from Plot
What is the exposition?
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200 Question from Plot
The part of a storys plot that features the key
conflicts Now, after a series of elimination
bouts, they had been informed that they were to
meet each other in the division finals (Thomas
283 284).
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200 Answer from Plot
What is the rising action?
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300 Question from Plot
The key turning point or points of a storys
plot For example, in The Hunger Games, the
part when Katniss volunteers to take her sisters
place also, whenever Katniss and Peeta decide to
eat the poisonous berries (Collins 184 372).
17
300 Answer from Plot
What is the climax?
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400 Question from Plot
The reaction to the climax the action that
follows the turning point of the story the
action that occurs as the result of the
climax For example, in The Hunger Games,
because Katniss volunteers for her sister, she
has to fight for her life in The Hunger Games
(Collins 178 372).
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400 Answer from Plot
What is the falling action?
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500 Question from Plot
Usually the ending of a story. the solution to
the major conflicts (problems) within a story
note some problems never have solutions. For
example, throughout The Twilight Saga, a major
conflict for Edward is whether he should turn
Bella into a vampire or not. The ironic solution
to this problem occurs in Breaking Dawn, when
Edward transforms Bella into an undead in order
to save her life (455-461).
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500 Answer from Plot
What is the resolution?
22
100 Question from Genres
A type or category of literature, music, or
art For example, fiction, nonfiction, poetry,
drama, mythology, etc.
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100 Answer from Genres
What is a genre?
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200 Question from Genres
A category of literature that falls under one of
the major literary genres Under fiction, for
example, one would find fantasy, legends, fables,
folk tales, ferry tales, mysteries, science
fiction, etc.
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200 Answer from Genres
What is a subgenre?
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300 Question from Genres
The subgenre of fiction that features events from
a writers imagination that are typical of real
life. For example, the books Hatchet, Walk Two
Moons, and The Bluford High series would all fit
into this subgenre.
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300 Answer from Genres
What is realistic fiction?
28
400 Question from Genres
The subgenre of literature that presents stories
of real events. Such stories usually feature the
same plot elements that occur in traditional
fiction. An example would be the short story
Exploring the Titanic by Robert Ballard.
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400 Answer from Genres
What is narrative nonfiction?
30
500 Question from Genres
The major literary genre that is frequently
lyrical, euphonic (pleasing to the ears), and
often features a rhythm An example would be The
Raven by Edgar Allan Poe.
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500 Answer from Genres
What is poetry?
32
100 Question from Nouns
Nouns that do not name specific people, places,
things, or ideas these types of nouns should not
begin with capital letters puppy, student,
teacher, mother, father.
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100 Answer from Nouns
What are common nouns?
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200 Question from Nouns
Nouns that name specific people, places, things,
or ideas these types of nouns should begin with
capital letters Rex, Ryan, Mr. Wilson, Statue
of Liberty, Coach Ford.
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200 Answer from Nouns
What are proper nouns?
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300 Question from Nouns
Nouns, which even in their singular forms, name
groups of people, places, things, or
ideas team, family, type, category, herd, flock.
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300 Answer from Nouns
What collective nouns?
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400 Question from Nouns
The necessary corrections for the following
sentence Hey dad, will you help me with my
pushups so that coach Miller doesnt keep running
me all practice?
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400 Answer from Nouns
What is the fact that dad and coach should be
capitalized? Bonus 400 if the team can explain
its reasoning
40
500 Question from Nouns
The necessary correction in the following
sentence All of my family are going on this
vacation.
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500 Answer from Nouns
What is the fact that are should be
is? Bonus 500 for the team that can explain
its reasoning.
42
Final Jeopardy
In Gary Sotos short story Seventh Grade, why
did Mr. Bueller decide not to embarrass Victor in
front of Teresa? Be sure to answer in the form
of a paragraph that features complete sentences
and concrete details (textual evidence) as
support for your answer.
43
Final Jeopardy Answer
What is (type the vocabulary word here)?
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