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Eighth Grade (Grade 8) Story Elements Questions

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Grade 8 :: Story Elements by shelleygeorge
The first part of the plot, containing background information
  1. climax
  2. exposition
  3. resolution
  4. rising action
Grade 8 :: Story Elements by adknecht9
Grade 8 :: Story Elements by shelleygeorge
What is conflict?
  1. Only internal struggles such as sadness
  2. Only external struggles such as a fist fight
  3. Any struggle between opposing forces of any kind
Grade 8 :: Story Elements by shelleygeorge
An imaginary person in a work of fiction:
  1. stereotype
  2. narrator
  3. foil
  4. character
Grade 8 :: Story Elements by shelleygeorge
Which of the following could be an example of internal conflict?
  1. A character is attacked by jealous girlfriend
  2. A character agonizes over whether or not to cheat on a test
  3. A character is injured by a tornado
  4. All of the above
Grade 8 :: Story Elements by shelleygeorge
Which of the following are types of external conflict?
  1. man vs man
  2. man vs. nature
  3. man vs. society
  4. all of the above
Grade 8 :: Story Elements by rebmidwife
Foreshadowing is a literary device used by many authors to:
  1. advance the plot
  2. describe a character
  3. create suspense
  4. resolve conflict
Grade 8 :: Story Elements by shelleygeorge
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Grade 8 :: Story Elements by Pixley12
What is the setting?
  1. place and time
  2. characters
  3. plot
  4. noun
  5. conflict
Grade 8 :: Story Elements by shelleygeorge
Which is an example of a stereotype?
  1. the dumb blonde
  2. the computer nerd
  3. the irresponsible teenager
  4. All of the above
Grade 8 :: Story Elements by Paulav29
Grade 8 :: Story Elements by szeiger

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How does the title add to the suspense?
  1. It describes what happened in the story.
  2. It makes the reader wonder what was sighted.
  3. It is vague and confuses the reader.
  4. It adds to the humor of the story.
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