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The questions were NOT created by me. This is an Excellent Language Arts Resource that I found on the Internet. [Author Unknown] I revamped the slides, created links between the slides, and developed the directions for the teacher. I added a Story Element Resource Links slide at the end of the presentation.

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Story Elements:

Story Elements Contestants Team 1 Team 2 Team 3

Story Element Jeopardy Game - - Teacher Directions:

Story Element Jeopardy Game - - Teacher Directions Slide 3: Use as your Starting Screen for the students. Slide 4: (Reading Categories Slide) Have students choose their category and $ value. Optiona l : The “light blue dots” at the bottom can be used to cover the chosen categories. End Show and place a light blue dot over the $ value square. Then resume presentation. Click Each “Question” Slide: It will go to its “Answer” Slide. Click this “Home Button “ at the bottom right of each Answer Slide . It will return you to the “Reading Categories” screen (Slide 4) . Created by Reba Gordon Matthews - @jghfoundation08 RGM Consulting Services

Are You Ready?:

Are You Ready? Contestants Team 1 Team 2 Team 3

Your Reading Categories:

Your Reading Categories

Q: Author’s Purpose:

Q: Author’s Purpose The 3 main purposes for any writing. $100

Author’s Purpose:

Author’s Purpose The 3 main purposes for any writing. Persuade Inform Entertain $100 What are:

Q: Author’s Purpose:

Q: Author’s Purpose The word used to help you remember the 3 main author's purposes for writing. $200

Author’s Purpose:

Author’s Purpose The word used to help you remember the 3 main author's purposes for writing. P ersuade I nform E ntertain $200 PIE

Q: Author’s Purpose:

Q: Author’s Purpose $300 A book is written about how to fix a broken computer. The author's purpose for this is probably to:

Author’s Purpose:

Author’s Purpose What is to inform ? $300 A book is written about how to fix a broken computer. The author's purpose for this is probably to:

Q: Author’s Purpose:

Q: Author’s Purpose $400 Fairy tales such as Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast share the same author's purpose.

Author’s Purpose:

Author’s Purpose What is to entertain ? $400 Fairy tales such as Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast share the same author's purpose.

Q: Author’s Purpose:

Q: Author’s Purpose $500 A person is running for President, so he makes a flyer to pass out to people telling all about who he is and what he believes. His purpose for making this flyer is:

Author’s Purpose:

Author’s Purpose What is to persuade ? $500 A person is running for President, so he makes a flyer to pass out to people telling all about who he is and what he believes. His purpose for making this flyer is:

Q: Prefixes / Suffixes:

Q: Prefixes / Suffixes $100 a common prefix for not .

Prefixes / Suffixes:

Prefixes / Suffixes What is un ? Example: un do, un tie $100 a common prefix for not .

Q: Prefixes / Suffixes:

Q: Prefixes / Suffixes $200 a word part found at the beginning of a word that changes the root word's meaning

Prefixes / Suffixes:

Prefixes / Suffixes What is a prefix ? Example: un do, un tie $200 a word part found at the beginning of a word that changes the root word's meaning

Q: Prefixes / Suffixes:

Q: Prefixes / Suffixes $300 a word part found at the end of a word that changes the root word's meaning

Prefixes / Suffixes:

Prefixes / Suffixes What is a suffix ? Example: un do, un tie $300 a word part found at the end of a word that changes the root word's meaning

Q: Prefixes / Suffixes:

Q: Prefixes / Suffixes $400 a common suffix that means 'most '

Prefixes / Suffixes:

Prefixes / Suffixes What is a est ? Example: fast est , tall est $400 a common suffix that means 'most '

Q: Prefixes / Suffixes:

Q: Prefixes / Suffixes $500 a common prefix that means to do again.

Prefixes / Suffixes:

Prefixes / Suffixes What is a re ? Example: re do, re test $500 a common prefix that means to do again.

Q: Strategies:

Q: Strategies $100 the strategy that tells how things are different and alike.

Strategies:

Strategies What is a compare and contrast? $100 the strategy that tells how things are different and alike.

Q: Strategies:

Q: Strategies $200 the strategy that tells what a paragraph or passage is mainly or mostly about.

Strategies:

Strategies What is a main idea? $200 the strategy that tells what a paragraph or passage is mainly or mostly about.

Q: Strategies:

Q: Strategies $300 The strategy that tells the order in which things happened.

Strategies:

Strategies What is a sequence of events? (the order in which things happen) $300 The strategy that tells the order in which things happened.

Q: Strategies:

Q: Strategies $400 The strategy that tells how one event makes another event happen.

Strategies:

Strategies What is cause and effect? ( one thing makes something else happen ) $400 The strategy that tells how one event makes another event happen.

Q: Strategies:

Q: Strategies $500 When you use words or phrases around an unknown word to help you figure out its meaning.

Strategies:

Strategies What are Context Clues? $500 When you use words or phrases around an unknown word to help you figure out its meaning.

Q: Text Features:

Q: Text Features $100 The words that tell you the name of a passage.

Text Features:

Text Features What is the Title? $100 The words that tell you the name of a passage.

Q: Text Features:

Q: Text Features $200 Words like Dear and Sincerely or Love help a reader know that what they're reading is this kind of passage.

Text Features:

Text Features What is the letter? $200 Words like Dear and Sincerely or Love help a reader know that what they're reading is this kind of passage.

Q: Text Features:

Q: Text Features $300 This text feature is often found in non-fiction and helps the reader know what is in each section.

Text Features:

Text Features What is the heading? $300 This text feature is often found in non-fiction and helps the reader know what is in each section.

Q: Text Features:

Q: Text Features $400 The words that explain a picture, graph or table in a writing.

Text Features:

Text Features What is the caption? $400 The words that explain a picture, graph or table in a writing.

Q: Text Features:

Q: Text Features $500 When you see text broken up in paragraphs and each paragraph has a different date, you're probably reading this kind of test.

Text Features:

Text Features What is journal? $500 When you see text broken up in paragraphs and each paragraph has a different date, you're probably reading this kind of test.

Q: Genres:

Q: Genres $100 The genre that has all kinds of made up writings.

Genres:

Genres What is fiction? $100 The genre that has all kinds of made up writings.

Q: Genres:

Q: Genres $200 The genre that has writings that are true or give factual information.

Genres:

Genres What is non-fiction? $200 The genre that has writings that are true or give factual information.

Q: Genres:

Q: Genres $300 This fiction genre often has talking animals and other things that couldn't happen in real life.

Genres:

Genres What is fantasy? $300 This fiction genre often has talking animals and other things that couldn't happen in real life.

Q: Genres:

Q: Genres $400 This fiction genre tells about something that could happen in real life, but the characters are made up in the author's imagination.

Genres:

Genres What is realistic fiction? $400 This fiction genre tells about something that could happen in real life, but the characters are made up in the author's imagination.

Q: Genres:

Q: Genres $500 This non-fiction genre is a true story about a person's life and it was written by the person the story is about.

Genres:

Genres What is autobiography? $500 This non-fiction genre is a true story about a person's life and it was written by the person the story is about.

Additional Student/Teacher Resources for Story Elements:

Additional Student/Teacher Resources for Story Elements Five Elements of a Story "Five Things “ (Musical Video) http://www.flocabulary.com/fivethings/ (BrainPop Jr.) Story Elements http://www.brainpopjr.com/readingandwriting/storyelements/ The Five Essential Elements Of A Story (1-page info sheet) http://www.katiekazoo.com/pdf/KK_FiveEssentialElements.pdf Stupendous Story Elements by Lyndsey Kuster (34 pg. FREE Packet) Located on “Teachers pay Teachers” Site – Open Marketplace for Educators http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Stupendous-Story-Elements-221507 Story Elements – (WatchKnowLearn.org) – Free educational videos http://www.watchknowlearn.org/Category.aspx?CategoryID=5236

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