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  1. Review for Q1 Interim Use charts in your Writer’s Notebook to help you answer the following. You may also use notes from your binder, if needed.

  2. Signs, signs, everywhere signs The following signs have errors. There may be more than 1 error. Write the correction. Use the Possessive Nouns Chart or information on apostrophes to help you, if needed.

  3. Which is correct? The two _____ bowls are empty. A. dogs‘ B. dog's

  4. What is missing? Dad has to be at his office at 8 oclockin the morning.   

  5. Which is correct? A. Children's B. Childrens' ____________clothes are in the next store.

  6. True or False A sentence is not complete without prepositions. (It is really a fragment.)

  7. True or False The noun in the prepositional phrase is called the object of the preposition.

  8. True or False The prepositional phrase is the subject and verb of the sentence.

  9. What is Historical Fiction? a. A genre of fiction dealing with the imaginary such as future settings, futuristic science and technology, space travel, aliens, and paranormal abilities. It explores the consequences of scientific innovations. • A book, poem, movie, based on real historical events, but in which the characters are not real, and the minor events may be fictional. c. A fictional story, rooted in reality, meaning it can really happen. The characters, events, setting, are made up but it is possible for everything in the story to happen. Settings are usually in modern, contemporary times. Plots are real-life situations that people face on a daily basis.

  10. Dialogue Rules ! • Write the rule that applies. • Use your Dialogue Rules! Chart in your Writer’s Notebook to help you. • You do not have to copy the sentences.

  11. Rule # ? Susie said, “Quotation marks are easy if you just remember the Dialogue Rules.”

  12. Rule # ? “How can I memorize them?” asked Tommy. “I need a strategy to help me.”

  13. Rule # ? “ You have to find something that works for you.” Susie remarked. “Could I use index cards, repeat them aloud, or practice using my Dialogue Rules! Chart?” asked Tommy. “Sure,” replied Susie, “You need to find what works best for you.”

  14. Rule # ? “I have an idea that I believe will work in helping me memorize the Dialogue Rules Chart!”, exclaimed Tommy.

  15. Genres 17. Which of the following genres is a story based on the author’s life experiences? a. Non-Fiction b. Historical Fiction c. Realistic Fiction d. Autobiography

  16. First Person Point of View… a. is the main character is telling the story and uses the words: I, me, we, mine, ours b. is the narrator is telling the story and uses the words: they, his, hers, him, them c. is a secondary character telling the story using the word: you

  17. An Antagonist is the: • bad guy in a story • good guy in a story • character vs. character • protagonist’s brother

  18. A Protagonist is the … • Bad guy in the story • Good guy in the story • Internal conflict • Character that stays the same throughout the story

  19. A dynamic or round character… A. Is the antagonist B. Changes at some point in the story C. Doesn’t change in the story D. Is the protagonist

  20. A static or flat character… a. Has no friends • Stays the same throughout the story • Is the “bad” character that antagonizes others • Changes at some point in the story

  21. Esther walked down the hallway toward her friends. They chatted about the weekend. This is written in: • first person point of view b. third person point of view c. by a narrator d. both b and c

  22. The conflict in Eleven was a. Character vs. Supernatural b. Character vs. Character c. Character vs. nature d. Character vs. society

  23. A falling action event in Eleven a. when Rachel started crying in front of everyone after Mrs. Price made her put on the sweater b. not feeling like she is 11 c. waking up and having her birthday d. Phyllis finally remembers that the sweater is hers

  24. A writing that is less than 50 pages. a. realistic fiction b. novel c. short story d. biography

  25. Harriet wanted to pay the woman who had befriended her, but she had no money. She gave her a patchwork quilt, the only beautiful object she had ever owned. 27. Read the above passage. What does this gesture reveal about Harriet's character? A. She is generous. B. She is jealous. C. She is greedy. D. She is puzzled.

  26. 28. Match the Figurative Language with its example.

  27. Which is a collective noun? • Bob Jones • Friday • Council • Purple • Crown

  28. Write the definition of an abstract noun.

  29. How many nouns in the 4 lines below? Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens, Brown paper packages tied up with strings, These are a few of my favorite nouns ! a. 6 b. 7 c. 9 d. 10

  30. Write the Nouns. A flock of geese came by.