Literary Terms Review Powerpoint Game (like Jeopardy™)
Review important literary terms in a fun format. This Jeopardy-style game features 31 questions/answers: six categories of five questions plus a final round question. Everything is fully editable if you need to make any changes.
Terms covered: Antagonist, Character, Complication, Conflict (Internal and External Conflict; Character vs. Himself/Herself and Character vs. Character/Nature/Society/Circumstances/Fate), Connotation, Dialect, Dialogue, Flashback, Foreshadowing, Genre, Irony, Mood, Persona, Plot (Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution/Denouement), Point-of-View (First, Second, Third, Third-Person Omniscient), Protagonist, Setting, Style, Subplot, Symbol, Theme, and Tone.
Formats included are: Microsoft Powerpoint, iWork Keynote (Mac-only), Quicktime Movie, and Adobe Acrobat Reader (PDF).
This review works well with my Common Core English/Reading Assessment
Poetic Terms Review Game Powerpoint
and my versions for grades 2-5, coming soon.
Created by Tracee Orman
Mrs. Orman's Classroom