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Eighth Grade (Grade 8) Story Elements Questions

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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
The last part of a story, explaining how the conflict is solved is called:
  1. climax
  2. falling action
  3. rising action
  4. resolution
Grade 8 :: Story Elements by moochies56
The feeling or atmosphere created when reading a story is called the:
  1. Mood
  2. Conflict
  3. Climax.
  4. Setting
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 Paulav29
What is used to communicate from one character to another?
  1. setting
  2. flashbacks
  3. dialogue
  4. clues
Grade 8 :: Story Elements by mareneli
Which of the following is a possible theme for both "Broken Chain" and "Flowers For Algernon?"
  1. Losing your temper is never going to solve your problem.
  2. Love will win in the end.
  3. You shouldn't try to change yourself to be liked by other people.
  4. Science can't solve everything.
Grade 8 :: Story Elements by shelleygeorge
John wants to be an individual, not a phony in the crowd. What type of conflict is this?
  1. man vs man
  2. man vs himself
  3. man vs nature
  4. man vs society
Grade 8 :: Story Elements by shelleygeorge
A hint or clue in a story that suggests some action is to follow to create interest or suspense is called:
  1. coming of age.
  2. stereotyping.
  3. foreshadowing.
  4. allusion.
Grade 8 :: Story Elements by mwoldum

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The author includes the subplot about the kids probably to?
  1. show how Ari was fond of kids and of her own childhood.
  2. use flashback and to reveal the character of Mr. Dweeb.
  3. reveal the theme of unhappy memories of childhood.
  4. foreshadow Ari's struggles and failures in her career.
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