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Unit 1: Fiction and Nonfiction

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Author:
Nydia Perez
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Creation Date:
28/09/2013

Category:
Driving Test

Number of questions: 65
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Plot Diagram .
Which is the definition of Plot? The characters, setting and conflict are introduced. The organized pattern or sequence of events that make up a story. Presents real people and events. The time and place of a story's action.
What are the elements of a Plot? setting, title, point of view, resolution, and theme conflict, character, plot, theme exposition, rising action, conflict, climax, falling action, and resolution.
Occurs at the beginning of a short story. Here the characters, setting and conflict are introduced. Exposition Rising action Climax Falling action Resolution.
This part of the story begins to develop the conflict(s). Exposition Rising action Climax Falling action Resolution.
This is the turning point of the story. The main character will change in some way. Exposition Rising action Climax Falling action Resolution.
The story comes to a reasonable ending. Exposition Rising action Climax Falling action Resolution.
All loose ends of the plot are tied up. The conflict(s) and climax are taken care of. Exposition Rising action Climax Falling action Resolution.
Putting It All Together Exposition Rising Action Resolution Climax Falling Action.
Elements of a plot diagram .
What part of the elements of a plot are the characters? Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution.
What part of the elements of a plot is the setting? Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution.
What part of the elements of a plot is the conflict? Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution.
What part of the elements of a plot is the turning point? Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution.
What part of the elements of a plot does the story begin to develop the conflict? Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution.
What part of the elements of a plot does the main character changes? Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution.
What part of the elements of a plot the conflict and climax are taken care of? Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution.
What part of the elements of a plot the story comes to a reasonable ending? Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution.
Fiction and Nonfiction .
What best describe fiction? A made-up story A story with imaginary elements Movies about superheroes A prose writing that tells about characters and events from the author's imagination A factual account of person, place or event Presents imaginary people and events Present real people and events Documents about real people Writing that give information or states the author's opinion about a subject Can contain imaginary events.
What best describe nonfiction? A made-up story A story with imaginary elements Movies about superheroes A prose writing that tells about characters and events from the author's imagination A factual account of person, place or event Presents imaginary people and events Present real people and events Documents about real people Writing that give information or states the author's opinion about a subject Can contain imaginary events.
Which of the following groups contains one example of fiction? letters, speeches, journals reference books, novella, biographies textbooks, essays, memoirs.
Which of the following groups contains two example of fiction? novel, short story, journals reference books, novella, biographies textbooks, essays, memoirs.
Which of the following groups contains one example of fiction? novel, short story, novella reference books, diary, biographies textbooks, essays, historical fiction.
Which of the following groups contains one example of fiction? realistic fiction, letters, speeches reference books, novella, novel textbooks, essays, memoirs.
Which of the following groups contains two example of fiction? articles, letters, journals reference books, science fiction, fantasy textbooks, essays, memoirs.
Which of the following groups contains one example of nonfiction? novel, science fiction, fantasy reference books, novella, short story historical fiction, realistic fiction, novel.
Which of the following groups contains one example of nonfiction? text books, science fiction, fantasy reference books, novella, essay historical fiction, realistic fiction, novel.
Which of the following groups contains two example of nonfiction? text books, science fiction, fantasy reference books, novella, short story letters, realistic fiction, spechees.
Which of the following groups contains one example of nonfiction? text books, science fiction, fantasy essay, novella, short story letters, realistic fiction, spechees.
Which of the following groups contains two example of nonfiction? articles, informational text, fantasy reference books, novella, short story fantasy, realistic fiction, spechees.
Which of the following groups contains two example of nonfiction? text books, science fiction, fantasy reference books, novella, short story journals, realistic fiction, autobiography.
Which of the following groups contains one example of nonfiction? novel, science fiction, fantasy historical fiction, novella, biography journals, realistic fiction, autobiography.
Which of the following groups contains two example of nonfiction and one example of fiction? text books, science fiction, fantasy historical fiction, novella, biography diary, fantasy, memoirs.
Author's purpose for writing Nonfiction: To persuade, trick, confirm To inform, persuade, entertain To entertain, influence, prove.
Vocabulary Words .
Match definition with vocabulary word: doubtful foreshowing evidence mishaps factual burdened fantasy worrisome illogical.
Match definition with vocabulary word: bias finery confirm lurking contradict theory.
Match definition with vocabulary word: investigate prove observation persuade objective opinion.
Critical Reading: Baker Heater League .
Casey Jones and John Henry: didn't have qualities the railroad workers valued. had qualities the railroad workers valued. were retired car porters.
Wrote “The Baker Heater League”: Patrick McKissack Patricio McKissock Patricia McKissack.
Patrica McKissack wrote “The Baker Heater League”: to inform readers about early railroad workers. to persuade readers to respect railroad workers. to entertain railroad workers. to inform readers about employment in railroads.
“The Baker Heater League is told from: a first person point of view (Patricia McKissack) the author’s point of view (Patricia McKissack) third person point of view.
The Baker Heater League is: an article written by Patricia McKissack a biography of a car porter. a memoirs of railroad sleeping car porters. a brotherhood of storytelling railroad sleeping car porters.
Who belonged to the Baker Heater League? sleeping workers sleeping car porters Lester Simmons.
The Baker Heater League is: fiction nonfiction biography short story.
Critical Reading: "The 11:59" .
The Theme/Message conveyed in “The 11:59 is : no one can join death. no one can escape death. everyone can choose death. everyone can esacpe death.
The conflict in “The 11:59” is: when Lester looks at his watch. when Lester hears the whistle and prepares to beat death. when Lester is preparing to die. when Lester hears the whistle of the 11:59 but is not ready to die.
The setting of “The 11:59” is: St. Louis, the mid 1900’s. St. Lucia, the mid 1900's. St. Martin, the mid 1800's. St. Louis, the mid 1800's.
Who is Lester Simmon? a retired sleeping car porter. a retired author. a retired Pullman car porter. a character of "The Baker Heater League".
One of Lester Simmons character traits: is that he is ready for death. is that he has good storytelling skills. is that he is a good friend. is that he is a retired Pullman car porter.
The phrase Tick tock, Tick tock near the end of “The 11:59” is used to: build suspense and show the passing of time. confuse the readers. build suspense and fear. build suspense and confuse the readers.
“The 11:59” is a symbol for: the Death Train. the Time Train. the Whistle Train. the Time of Death.
The theme/message of “The 11:59” is "You can't die no matter how you try." "You can escape death if you try." “You can’t escape death no matter how hard you try.”.
Lester Simmons watch stops at exactly 11:59 at the: beginning of the story. end (resolution) of the story. middle (climax) of the story. end (falling action) of the story.
While Lester Simmons is locked in his apartment he looks back over his life, because he is: preparing to die. preparing to beat death. dieing. preparing to tell a story.
The resolution of “The 11:59” is: Lester Simmons dies. Lester Simmons doesn't want to die. Lester Simmons retires.
"The 11:59" is: fiction nonfiction essay autobiography.
Elements of Fiction and Nonfiction .
Match the elements of fiction with the correct meaning: setting characters character traits plot point of view first person point of view third person point of view theme/message symbolism narrator.
Match the elements of nonfiction with the correct meaning: point of view historical context mood author's style tone.
Elements of fiction: point of view symbolism character traits mood theme/message tone plot setting narrator characters.
Elements of nonfiction: point of view symbolism character traits mood theme/message tone author's style setting narrator historical context.
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