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Writing Fiction Questions - All Grades

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Grade 5 Writing Fiction
Which part of a narrative shows the characters’ thoughts and feelings?
  1. Pacing
  2. Conclusion
  3. Sequence of events
  4. Dialogue and description
Grade 5 Writing Fiction
Read the paragraph from a narrative. Then answer the question.

The boat pitched from side to side. The sky grew darker, and the wind howled eerily through the trees. I looked around the boat, frantically searching for the paddle. Suddenly, I told Aaron to look out on the water where the paddle was floating.

Which sentence could be improved by adding dialogue?
  1. “The boat pitched from side to side.”
  2. “The sky grew darker, and the wind howled eerily through the trees.”
  3. “I looked around the boat, frantically searching for the paddle.”
  4. “Suddenly, I told Aaron to look out on the water where the paddle was floating.”
Grade 5 Writing Fiction
Read the dialogue from a narrative. Then answer the question.

“Alec and Katie,” Mom said, with a twinkle in her eye, “I have some news for you!”

“What is it?” I asked, impatiently.

Mom’s face broke into a giant smile. “Remember that trip to the beach we’ve been planning?”

What does the dialogue tell about the situation?
  1. The narrator is feeling annoyed with the question.
  2. The narrator’s mother doesn’t want to go the beach.
  3. The narrator doesn’t understand what his mother is saying.
  4. The narrator’s mother has planned a surprise vacation for her children.
Grade 3 Writing Fiction CCSS: CCRA.W.3, W.3.3a, W.4.3a, W.5.3a
What pre-writing strategy can help make sure your story stays organized?
  1. brainstorm
  2. free write
  3. storyboarding
  4. KWL chart
Grade 5 Writing Fiction
How does pacing help improve a narrative?
  1. It helps the reader picture the setting.
  2. It helps establish the speed of the events.
  3. It tells the reader about the main conflict.
  4. It tells the reader what the characters are saying.
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