The Outsiders Review Game Allison/Ezuka
Rules of Trashketball • Each table consists of a team. • A new person will answer a question each round. • You will have 30-60 seconds to discuss the answer to a question with your team. • If it is your turn, you will then immediately answer the question. • If you are correct, your team will get 1 point for the correct answer. Your team will also get the opportunity to shoot a ball into the trashcan from a 1, 2, or 3 point line. • If the shot is made, that team gets extra-credit.
Who Am I? • I am the author of The Outsiders.
Who am I? • I am a wisecracker; I can’t stop making funny remarks or jokes all of the time.
Who Am I? • I killed Bob in self defense.
Who Am I? • I killed Dally.
Who Am I? • I am known for my “firey” red hair. I can hold my own in a conversation with anyone. I am a “spy” for the Greasers.
Who am I? • I am very well liked by most people. I get away with everything. When I get in trouble, my parents blame themselves. I wish that someone would tell me, “No!”
Who Am I? • I constantly feel as if I am in the middle of a tug of war. I am always caught between my two brother’s fighting. I’ve been described as “movie star handsome.”
Who Am I? • I am Soda’s best buddy since grade school; I am really good with cars.
Who Am I? • I hate the world. I am tougher than everyone else. I’ve been in and out of jail.
Who Am I? I am the “pet” of the gang. I am like a puppy that has been kicked too many times.
Who Am I? • I am not going to the rumble because it won’t do any good. I realize that fighting doesn’t change anything.
Who Am I? • I have more worries than somebody my age ought to. I work during the day as a roofer.
Who Am I? • I am a loner; I get good grades, but I don’t always use my head. I get into a lot of trouble with my friend when I run away during the night.
Figurative Language – What Am I? • A ray of gold touched the hills.
Literary Device – What Am I? • Pony’s dream came true---he went to the country.
Figurative Language – What Am I? • Sweat ran down my face and back.
Figurative Language – What Am I? • The horizon was a thin golden line.
Figurative Language – What Am I? • He had…ears like a lynx.
Figurative Language – What Am I? • So dawn goes down to day.
Figurative Language – What Am I? • Everything held its breath.
Figurative Language – What Am I? • The line, "Her hardest hue to hold,” from “Nothing Gold Can Stay” is an example of ______________________.
Figurative Language – What Am I? • “So, I sat there like a bump on a log.” (Ponyboy)
Literary Device – What Am I? • The lesson that a poem or short story is trying to teach.
Figurative Language – What Am I? • “Johnny was a candle with the flame gone out.”