Jeopardy - Moore Public Schools

Jeopardy - Moore Public Schools

Jeopardy Literary Terms Grammar / Usage / Mechanics

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Q $1000 Q $1000 Jeopardy $200 Answer from Literary Terms Something that at first seems to be

ridiculous, but a closer look reveals a deeper meaning: Truth is honey that is often bitter. $200 Question from Literary Terms What is a paradox? $200 bonus if you can identify an

example of a paradox $400 Answer from Literary Terms An idiom whose intent is to be courteous by making a harsh circumstance sound more pleasant: We will all miss your dearly departed

mother. $400 Question from Literary Terms What is a euphemism? $400 bonus if you can identify another example of a euphemism and explain why its incorrect to say an euphemism

$600 Answer from Literary Terms The thoughts and feelings that one associates with a word: For example, one might consider conversational to be more positive than talkative because conversations are

encouraged, but people who are talkative are often punished in our culture because the talking may not be wanted. $600 Question from Literary Terms What is connotation? $600 bonus if you can identify two

more words that have similar denotations but connote different meanings; explain the implications. $800 Answer from Literary Terms The repetition of consecutive consonant sounds:

Rap rejects my tape deck, ejects projectile $800 Question from Literary Terms What is consonance? Bonus $800 if you can identify the repeated consonant sounds and cite

another example of consonance $1000 Answer from Literary Terms The repetition of vowel sounds: The engineer held the steering to steer the vehicle

$1000 Question from Literary Terms What is assonance? Bonus $1000 if you can identify the repeated vowel sounds and another example of assonance $200 Answer from Grammar /

Usage / Mechanics The difference between a title that is underlined (or italicized when typed) and a title that is placed in quotation marks $200 Question from Grammar / Usage / Mechanics

What is the fact that underlined (or italicized) titles indicate that they are the names for a large work of art, literature, or music, whereas titles that are set in quotation marks indicate that they are works within larger works? $200 bonus if you can name a title that should be underlined and one that should be in quotation marks

$400 Answer from Grammar / Usage / Mechanics The needed corrections in the following sentence: The team of students have ran further then their opponents.

$400 Question from Grammar / Usage / Mechanics What is The team of students has run farther than its opponents? $400 bonus if you can explain each correction

$600 Answer from Grammar / Usage / Mechanics The needed corrections for the following sentence: The 7 year old boy said You are nineyear-old so you can help me! $600 Question from Grammar / Usage /

Mechanics What is The seven-year-old boy said, You are nine years old, so you can help me!? $600 bonus if you can explain each correction $800 Answer from Grammar / Usage / Mechanics

The needed corrections for the following sentence: Everybody will go home tonight and complete their homework, none of my students are exempt from this requirement! $800 Question from Grammar / Usage /

Mechanics What is Everybody will go home tonight and complete his or her homework. None of my students is exempt from this requirement!? Bonus $800 if you can explain each correction $1000 Answer from Grammar / Usage / Mechanics

The necessary corrections to the following sentence: The theme of the teleplay is that you need to start thinking before acting, to stop blaming others, and continue to be neighborly. $1000 Question from Grammar / Usage /

Mechanics What is The theme of this teleplay is that one needs to start thinking before acting, to stop blaming others, and to continue being neighborly? Bonus $1,000 if you can explain the corrections. $200 Answer from PLEA

The theme of A Retrieved Reformation expressed in the form of a point. $200 Question from PLEA Student response: $200 bonus for another texts theme expressed in the form of a point

$400 Answer from PLEA Paraphrased evidence that supports the theme for A Retrieved Reformation $400 Question from PLEA Student response: $400 bonus for a link that helps bridge

the gap between the point and the evidence $600 Answer from PLEA Analysis for the evidence that supports the theme of A Retrieved Reformation $600 Question from PLEA

Student response: $600 bonus if you can paraphrase another example that supports the storys theme $800 Answer from PLEA A point that expresses the main idea of Poes The Raven

$800 Question from PLEA Student response: $800 if you can paraphrase evidence that supports the main idea of The Raven $1000 Answer from PLEA

Provide a link and analysis for your point and evidence that express the main idea of The Raven $1000 Question from PLEA Student response: $1,000 if you can express the main idea of another text we read this semester and can

back up your point with paraphrased evidence $200 Answer from Analogies Max : Killer Kane :: dynamic character : ______________. $200 Question from

Analogies What is a static character? $200 if you can name both a static and dynamic character from another text we read this semester $400 Answer from Analogies Direct characterization : indirect

characterization :: information about a character that requires no inference : ______________ $400 Question from Analogies What is information about a character that requires the reader to make an

inference? $400 bonus if you can name how writers indirectly characterize their characters $600 Answer from Analogies An irregular verb : a regular verb :: ___________ : to a verb that ends in

ed in its past and past-participle forms. $600 Answer from Analogies What is a verb that does not end in ed in its past and past participle forms? $600 if you can name five irregular verbs and five regular verbs

$800 Answer from Analogies Drama : _______ :: fiction : science fiction. $800 Question from Analogies What is a teleplay (or any other subgenre of drama)?

$800 bonus if you can explain this analogy $1000 Answer from Analogies A symbol : an archetype :: Freaks ornithopter : ____________.

$1000 Question from Analogies What is any example of an archetype? $1,000 if you can explain the analogy and name another example of an archetype

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