Literary Elements Make-Up
  • 1. The sequence of events in a story is called
A) Setting
B) Climax
C) Theme
D) External Conflict
E) Plot
  • 2. The time and place in which the action occurs is called
A) Theme
B) Plot
C) Internal Conflict
D) Mood
E) Setting
  • 3. A struggle between a character and an outside force is called
A) Climax
B) Mood
C) Internal Conflict
D) Plot
E) External Conflict
  • 4. Big ideas that show up in literature of all time periods and cultures
A) Climax
B) Universal Theme
C) Plot
D) Theme
E) Mood
  • 5. A struggle between opposing forces
A) Mood
B) Plot
C) Conflict
D) Resolution
E) Climax
  • 6. The feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for readers
A) Plot
B) Climax
C) Setting
D) Mood
E) Resolution
  • 7. A struggle that takes place in a character's mind
A) External Conflict
B) Mood
C) Internal Conflict
D) Conflict
E) Climax
  • 8. A message about life or human nature that a writer wants you to understand
A) Resolution
B) Climax
C) Conflict
D) Plot
E) Theme
  • 9. Fill in the blank: What part of the story introduces the characters and setting and reveals conflict?
  • 10. Fill in the blank: What part of the story reveals the outcome of the climax?
  • 11. Fill in the blank: What part of the story introduces the obstacles that make the conflict more complicated?
  • 12. Fill in the blank: What part of the story is the turning point of the story and the greatest moment of suspense?
  • 13. Fill in the blank: What part of the story reveals the final outcome or result of the plot?
  • 14. "I am tired of doing my homework," I told my mom with a pitiful look on my face. What point of view does this passage represent?
A) Second Person
B) Third Person
C) First Person
D) Fourth Person
  • 15. He wrote into his journal with neat cursive "Today, I finally reached my goal..." What point of view does this passage represent?
A) First Person
B) Fourth Person
C) Third Person
D) Second Person
  • 16. I don't know if I'll ever be able to show my face in school again, especially after my mom paraded down the hall proclaiming "She's got straight A's everybody!" What point of view does this passage represent?
A) Second Person
B) First Person
C) Fourth Person
D) Third Person
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