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Jr. High Literary Terms » Testing Order for 8th Grade

Testing Order for 8th Grade Testing Order for 8th Grade

Testing Order for 8th Grade

Literary Terms

List 1:

alliteration                irony
character                 metaphor
climax                     point of view
conflict                     resolution
diction                      simile
exposition

List 2:

anaphora                internal conflict

antagonist                nonfiction
external                   conflict novel
figurative language   personification
genre                       plot

historical fiction         protagonist

List 3:

allusion                    dramatic irony
anecdote                 flat character

asyndeton                polysyndeton
bias                          round character
connotation              situational irony
denotation                verbal irony


List 4:

direct characterization          style
dynamic character               symbol
epiphany                              theme

indirect characterization        tone
setting                                   voice
static character


List 5:

analogy                               imagery
complications                      onomatopoeia
flashback                            oxymoron
hero                                    parallelism
hyperbole                            prose

List 6:

assonance                         mood
denouement                      narrative
falling action                       narrative nonfiction
foreshadowing                   rising action
idiom                                  sensory details


Note: Unless prior notice is given, tests over literary terms will be matching. Students should be aware, though, that all of the definitions on the test will not match word-for-word with the definitions given on the literary terms list. If students learn the meaning of each term rather than matching the term with a key word in the definition, then they should have no problems.







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