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Theme

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  • Q1
    A story's theme may be difficult to figure out because:
    It must be inferred
    It has little to do with plot, characters, or other story elements
    Only complicated, adult stories have themes
    Authors rarely want the reader to figure it out
    60s
  • Q2
    What does theme add to the story?
    A sense of location
    Motivation for the characters
    An important message
    Dialogue for the characters
    60s
  • Q3
    What is the definition of a theme?
    The narrator's opinion of events
    An underlying idea or message
    The events that occur in a story
    An author's purpose in writing a story
    60s
  • Q4
    How can I find a theme of a story?
    Guess how the story will end
    Put the plot in order
    Explain the author's purpose in writing the story
    Look for details in the characters, setting, and plot
    60s
  • Q5
    Three flies notice an overturned honeypot. Two of the flies decide to land in the honey and start eating it. But the oldest fly stays back. The two flies tease the older fly, but then get stuck in the honey. What's the moral of the story?
    Some prizes aren't worth it
    Overeating leads to illness
    Always send in a taster
    Insects value food over safety
    120s
  • Q6
    In his sophomore year of high school, Michael Jordan tried out for the varsity basketball team at Laney High School in Wilmington, North Carolina. But at five feet and eleven inches tall, the coach believed that Jordan was too short to play at that level, so Jordan was cut from the team. Jordan didn’t let this obstacle defeat him. In fact, it pushed him to work even harder. He trained vigorously and grew another four inches the following summer. When he finally made the varsity squad, Jordan averaged 25 points a game and went on to become one of the greatest basketball players in history. What's the theme of this story?
    Basketball is hard
    Never give up
    Wait until you grow taller
    Sometimes you can't control fate
    120s

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