Includes 20 questions. More can be easily added or some taken away. Very flexible game.
Cut questions into strips. Put strips into bag. Each student, upon entry into classroom, takes one strip. They must listen for answer to their question during class. At end of class, call out "1" and student with question 1 will read his question aloud and answer. A student who cannot answer his question can receive help from a fellow student.
This game would also work well as a review. The last two questions are about specific stories, but can be changed to reflect your own classroom reading.
This game also works well as a casual assessment.
-Name three kinds of narrators.
-How are tone and voice different?
-Give three facts about an omniscient narrator.
-What are the three main points of view?
-What is diction?