Look at this as a means to get some well-written multiple choice questions, since it may not be expedient to use all of them at the same time. I just finished this after five long, but fun, hours.The topics included are:
Theme (including universal)
Conflict (internal vs. external)
Conflict (Character vs. Character, Nature, Society, Self)
5 Parts of a Plot (Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution)
Theme vs. Topic
Direct vs. Indirect Characterization
Explicit vs. Implicit (esp. as pertains to Theme)
Round vs. Flat Characters
Dynamic vs. Static Characters
Example are given of types of characters or means of characterization, and students are asked to correctly describe them.
Points of View (Narrator Types): 1st, 2nd, 3rd Limited, Omniscient.