"The Most Dangerous Game" Application of Literary Terminology Worksheet

"The Most Dangerous Game" Application of Literary Terminology Worksheet
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This resource assesses student comprehension of literary terminology through application and articulation of reasoning. Students are given 15 details associated with the short story "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell. For each detail, students must identify which literary term best applies and explain their reasoning. A bank of literary terms is included on the handout, and they include the following:

♦ Exposition
♦ Setting
♦ Inciting incident
♦ External conflict
♦ Internal conflict
♦ Complication
♦ Rising action
♦ Climax
♦ Resolution
♦ Theme
♦ Protagonist
♦ Antagonist
♦ Characterization
♦ Foreshadowing
♦ Dynamic character
♦ Dramatic irony
♦ Verbal irony

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