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Short Story Unit Final Test

Short Story Unit Final Test

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A final test for our Short Story Unit.
A final test for our Short Story Unit.

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Short Story Unit Final Test
Part I
Matching: Match each term to its definition
(22 points)
:
1. Antagonist      _____ 2. Character_____ 3. Climax_____ 4. Conflict            _____ 5. Exposition_____ 6. Falling Action  _____ 7. Flat/Static_____ 8. Foreshadowing_____ 9. Genre_____ 10.Irony                _____ 11.Mood               _____ 12.Plot                  _____ 13.Point of View  _____ 14.Protagonist_____ 15.Resolution_____ 16.Rising Action_____ 17.Round/Dynamic  _____ 
18.
Setting
_____ 
19.
Short Story
_____ 
20.
Theme
_____ 
A.
The perspective from which the story is told
B.
A character that remains the samethroughout the story
C.
A person (or animal) that is involved in thestory
D.
A brief work of fiction that can be read in arelatively short period of time
E.
A character that changes a lot throughoutthe story
F.
The conflict is completely wrapped up andthe story ends
G.
A category or type of literature
H.
The most pivotal point in the story; theconflict is at its peak
I.
The time and place of the story
J.
The series of events in a story
K.
A character or group of characters whooppose the protagonist
L.
The atmosphere that an author createsthrough the plot, characters, anddescriptions
M.
When one event or action is expected, butthe opposite is received
N.
A problem in the story
O.
The beginning of the story where the settingand characters are introduced
P.
The building events of the story thatintroduce some kind of conflict
Q.
The main message or lesson of the story
R.
The main character in the story who is in thecenter of the conflict
S.
A hint or clue that the author gives as towhat will happen
T.
The events that start to wrap up the story
 
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Short Story Unit Final Test
Part II
Short Answer:
Read the short story,
The Sniper 
, then answer each questionbelow with at least a sentence.
You CAN write on your story!
(33 points)21.What is the SETTING of this story (TIME- if you can guess at it- and PLACE):22.Who is the PROTAGONIST of the story? Who is (or who are) theANTAGONIST(s) of the story (answer BOTH questions)?23.What GENRE do you think best describes this story?24.Do you believe there is IRONY in this story? Explain:25.What MOOD does the author create and HOW does the author create themood (answer BOTH questions)?26.What is the CONFLICT in the story?27.What might be the THEME of this story?28.Briefly write the PLOT of the story (you can use the bullet points to writethe main events of the story):
29.LABEL the plot chart below with the correct terms we learned in class (ie,the “Witch Hat):

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