Literary terms and definitions are reviewed in this Jeopardy-style PowerPoint review game. Definitions and terminology are pulled directly from Pennsylvania's Department of Education Glossary to Assessment Anchor and Eligible Content for Literature for Keystone Exams.
When used in conjunction with an electronic whiteboard, this can be a very interactive and competitive review game for any class preparing for standardized tests in literature. Answers are animated to come into the slide, and there is a home button on each slide which allows you to return to the game board. Final Jeopardy includes music.
Categories are Propaganda Techniques, Drama, Random, Fiction, and Nonfiction.
Terms include: testimonials, bandwagon, sweeping generalization (stereotyping), red herring, circular argument, dramatic script, monologue, soliloquy, stage directions, dialogue, defense of a claim, explicit, generalization, implicit, satire, bias, elements of nonfiction, literary form, literary movement, literary nonfiction, elements of fiction, plot, exposition, flashback, symbolism, and syntax.