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LiteraryTermMatchingGame-Gr2%263 (3 different matching games)

Practice your literary terms with these matching games! 1) Resize the game page if necessary by moving the bottom right corner, click on %22Continue,%22 %26 choose the Dominoes, Find Pairs, or Link Up Matching game. 2) To play the Domino game, drag a domino to the top, and then drag the matching definition to the term side of the domino, and continue the chain. 3) To play the Find Pairs game, click first on a literary term, then click on the matching definition, and continue on. 4) To play the Link up game, drag the definition on the right column next to the correct term in the left column until all the terms and definitions line up. 5) Have fun! 3) Good luck!

Definitions:
Flashback, Complex, Protagonist teaching , Onomatopoeia, Themeweb page, Symbol, Monologue generate answer keys , Simple web 2.0 , Suspense, Personification interactive , Simile, Hyperbole educational games , Metaphor, Diction, Conflict distant learning , Supporting, Dialogue, Alliteration, Antagonist, Setting ESL , Narrator, Inference,

Answers:
External/internal struggles that provide dramatic interest to story, Using %22like%22 or %22as%22 to compare unlike things, Character%27s personality %26 behavior are unpredictable , Statement about people or life that is story%27s central message, Character who plays a part in story but is not protag. or antag., Intentional exaggeration to make a point, Main character whose conflicts provide story%27s action %26 interest, Evidence-based conclusions about feelings %26 motivations evidence , Thoughts vocalized by character to self or audience, When animal or thing is given human characteristics, Repetition of initial consonant sounds in words close together, Time %26 place of story that provide context, Storyteller who is 1st person participant or 3rd person observer, Event sequence is interrupted to relate earlier event, Implied comparison WITHOUT using %22like%22 or %22as%22 invite students , Feeling of anxious uncertainty about outcome of event, Spoken conversation between 2 or more characters, Anything that represents both itself and something more, Character whose conflicts w/ main character is important to story, Use of words that imitate sound or suggest their meaning, Character%27s personality %26 behavior are predictable, Writer%27s choice of words to convey action %26 reveal character online ,