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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Story Elements Questions

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Grade 6 Story Elements
The plot of a story can best described as
  1. the main people or animals in a story.
  2. the events that occur in a story.
  3. where the story takes place.
  4. who wrote the story.
Grade 6 Story Elements

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Grade 6 Story Elements
“I don’t intend to take one more step toward anything to do with a Mr. Jaggery. Not for double gold. Not one more step.” According to this passage, what does the author foreshadow?
  1. Captain Jaggery is misunderstood.
  2. Captain Jaggery is evil.
  3. Captain Jaggery is an excellent captain.
  4. Captain Jaggery is friendly.
Grade 6 Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.3, CCRA.R.5, RL.6.3, RL.6.5

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How does Paragraph 4 contribute to the setting?
  1. It shows how ordinary Mr. Acton's days were.
  2. It describes what was going on when Mr. Acton learned the news of his son.
  3. It provides a date and time for the story.
  4. It offers a list of all those present when the main action of the story took place.
Grade 6 Story Elements
Find an example of foreshadowing in the following paragraph.

The heavy coins made his pockets sag, so Alex quickly emptied the change onto the table. He didn't need them for the bus since his mother was driving him to school. Later, he'd be sorry he'd done that.
  1. The heavy coins made his pockets sag, so Alex quickly emptied the change onto the table.
  2. He didn't need them for the bus since his mother was driving him to school.
  3. Later, he'd be sorry he'd done that.
Grade 6 Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RL.6.1

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Grade 6 Story Elements
Grade 6 Story Elements
When and where a story takes place is?
  1. Style
  2. Plot
  3. Mood
  4. Setting
Grade 6 Story Elements
Grade 6 Story Elements
Grade 6 Story Elements
What is an internal conflict?
  1. A problem within yourself
  2. A problem with someone else
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