Type
Crossword
Description

narrator Erzaehler
source Quelle
special edition Sonderausgabe
victim Opfer
headline Schlagzeile
honour Ehre
interrogation Vernehmung
godmother Patentante
married couple Ehepaar
plot Handlung
(the) accused Angeklagte
kind guetig
tender zaertlich

Yearbook Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The title of the story Headline
Additional detail to the title Subhead
The story Copy
A brief description of a photo Caption
Invisible line that divides the pages Gutter
Page numbers Folio
Questions you ask someone to discover their opinion or experience Interview
First couple of sentences used to hook or lure readers Lede
Information obtained from someone Source
A photo not posed for Candid Photo
A photo posed for Posed Photo
A photo of someones head and sholders Mugshot
Extra content on the side Sidebar
A survey is one type of these Poll
Two facing pages on the same topic Spread
When something is do Deadline
A page-by-page diagram showing yearbook content Ladder
Table of contents Index
Photo that crosses the gutter Dominant Photo
An area of space where nothing is White Space

Literary Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

literary reference to a familiar thing allusion
conflict with another character Charactervscharacter
the turning point in a story (comes after the rising action) climax
comparison of two or more similar objects analogy
author's own account of his/her own life autobiography
story of a person's life written by someone else biography
the problem; something vs. something else conflict
stretching the truth exaggeration
the begining of a story exposition
kind of writing that explains something expository
category or type (of literature) genre
the lesson of a story theme
person telling the story narrator
words or phrases that convey the opposite meaning or expected outcome irony
problem from INSIDE of a person internal conflict
main character of the story protagonist
sequence of events in a story plot
the author's attitude toward the subject of a work tone
group of lines forming a unit in a poem stanza
point of view in which the reader knows all thoughts, feelings, and actions of all the characters omnicient

To Kill A Mockingbird Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

the narrator of the story's nickname Scout
the narrator's brothers nickname Jem
the narrator's dad's full name Atticus Finch
the boys nickname that came every summer Dill
the man's last name who tried to kill Jem and Scout Ewell
the boys nickname who was locked up in his room Boo
the woman who took the narrator and the narrator's brother to her church Calpurnia
the man's full name who was charged with rapeing a mans daughter Tom Robinson
who accused a man of rapeing her Mayella Ewell
what was the narrator's aunt's first name Alexandra
the old lady's last name who the children didn't fond being around Dubose
the state in which the story takes place in Alabama
the animal the narrator's brother was told never to shot Mockingbird
the author of the story Harper Lee
the county which the story takes place in Maycomb
the last name of the family that lives next door to the narrator Radley
the boy who scares the narrator and their brother on the way to the play Cecil Jacobs
the narrator's teacher who told her to stop reading Miss Caroline
the boy's full name who came to the Finch's house for lunch Walter Cunningham
the lady's last name who's house burned down Maudie
the name of the church that the Finch's go to with their cook First Purchase
the Reverend's last name Sykes
the Judge's last name Taylor
the narrator's grandpa's full name Simon Finch
the narrator's aunt's grandson's first name Francis

Literary Terms Review Puzzle Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The sequence of events in a narrative plot
A narrator that uses I, me, or we firstperson
Descriptions that appeal to the five senses Imagery
The time and place of a narrative Setting
The opposite of what is expected to occur irony
The turning point of a narrative Climax
The way an author wants the reader to feel mood
A struggle in a character's mind internalconflict
Narration that has access to all characters' thoughts and actions thirdpersonomniscient
An object, activity, place, or person that stands for something beyond iteslf symbol
Plot stage in which we learn about the characters, setting, and a hint of the conflict Exposition
A message about life or human nature that the author wants you to understand theme
Can influence a theme by how they act or what they learn characters
A narrator that knows the thoughts and feelings of only one character thirdpersonlimited
A point of view that is unbiased; without opinions objective
A story that explains human nature or how things came to be myth
The setting can be the cause of a... conflict
A struggle between a character and an outside force externalconflict
The voice that tells the story narrator
A plot stage in which tension increases Risingaction
Can suggest an important idea or symbol that is central to the theme title
Can have an influence on the character's beliefs, values, and job opportunities setting
Narration that is personal and might be infused with opinion subjective
Themes that appear repeatedly in literature Recurringtheme
Reveals the story's final outcome Resolution

Short Story Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The person who tells the story Narrator
The relationship of the narrator to the story Point of View
Story is told by a character referred to a "I". Reader see's things through that character's eyes First Person
The narrator is someone outside of the story, and relates the thoughts of only 1 character. "he or she" Third Limited
The narrator see's into the minds of multiple character's Omniscient
The sequence of events in a story Plot
Person, animal, or imaginary creature in a literary work. Character
Grow and change during a story Dynamic
Remains the same throughout the story. Static
Central struggle between opposite forces in the story. Conflict
When a character struggles against an outside force. External Conflict
Struggle within the mind of the character. Internal Conflict
Main Message of a story. Theme
Time and place in which the story takes place. Settting
Beginning of the plot which introduces the characters, setting, and situation Exposition

"The Taming of the Shrew" Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who marries Katharina? Petruchio
The name Lucentio takes___________ Cambio
Lucentio is a______________ teacher. Language
Horcentio takes the name ____________. Licio
Horcentio is a ______________ teacher. music
Who is Katharina's sister? Bianca
The book is written by __________________. Shakespeare
Who is Katharina and Bianca's father? Baptista
Why does Petruchio leave the wedding early? Business
Who is Lucentio's servant? Tranio
Who does Tranio pretend to be? Lucentio
Petruchio dresses__________ for the wedding. poorly
Petruchio comes on an ______ horse. ill
Petruchio is _________to the wedding. late
The book is called " The Taming of the ________." Shrew

Literary Terms and Devices Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

where the story takes place setting
what drives the plot and fuels the action conflict
emotions and feelings conveyed by the work of literature tone
in the middle of things in medias res
what a book gives hints on what is going to happen down the line foreshadow
a text that imitates another wokr or genre for a good laugh parody
when what somebidy says is different from what they mean sarcasm
is something that represents something else symbolism
a poem or stanza with four lines quatrain
a division in a poem where a group of liones are formed into a unit stanza
special words that are used by a particular profession or group jargon
all pictures and sensations of a peiced of writing that is amde in your head imagery
figure of speech that puts together two contradictory words that actually end up making sense oxymoron
kind of literature genere
parts of a narrative plot (beginning, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution) structure
the suggestive emaning of a word connotation
a particular form of language belonging to a certain group dialect
point of highest tension and drama turning point
emotional atmosphere the writer contructs mood
ironical understatement in which an affirmitive is expressed by the negative of its contrary litotes
opposite of the antagonist protagonist
common language colloquial
the rhythm beneath the words in each line meter
a widley held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea on a specific type of person or thing stereotype
a genre that depicts a noble character who falls from grace tragedy

Salem Witch Trials Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The year in which the trials began 1692
The first name of the Reverend's niece Abigail
The age of the Reverend's daughter Nine
The Caribbean slave who admitted signing the book of the Devil Tituba
The month when the accused (three women) were interrogated March
Another name for English Reformed Protestants Puritans
The first name of the woman who was charged with witchcraft (Hint: She had a high status in the church) Martha
The last name of the Reverend in Salem Parris
The name of the hill in Salem; where the witches were hanged Gallows
The group who did the interrogation of witches Magistrates
The court created to decide the fate of the witches Terminer
The court created to listen to the hearings Special Court of Oyer
The last name of the Governor who pardoned all of the people condemned for witchcraft charges Phipps

Newspaper Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a headline that runs across the whole page banner
dark thick letters uesd in headlines boldface
first news of an event break
name of news writer at the beginning of an article byline
all printed parts of the paper copy
to shorten a story cut
to check copy for mistakes and make it ready to print edit
the organization of the pictures ads and articles on a dummy layout
the first few sentences that tell the 5W's of a news story lead
the title of an article printed in boldface headline

Literary Terms Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ALLITERATION
ANTAGONIST
CAUSE
CHARACTER
CHRONOLOGICAL
CLIMAX
COMPOSE
CONFLICT
COUNTERCLAIM
EDIT
EFFECT
ENGLISH
EVIDENCE
EXPLAIN
EXPOSITION
FALLING ACTION
FICTION
FLASHBACK
FORESHADOWING
HYPERBOLE
IMAGERY
INFERENCE
METAPHOR
MOOD
MYTHOLOGY
NARRATOR
ONOMATOPOEIA
OUTLINE
PARAGRAPH
PERSONIFICATION
PERSUADE
PLOT
POSITION
PROOFREAD
PROTAGONIST
READING
REFUTE
RESOLUTION
REVISE
RHYME
RHYTHM
RISING ACTION
SETTING
SIMILE
SOURCE
STANZA
SUMMARY
THEME
THESIS
TONE
TRAIT