The Hitchhiker & The Tell-Tale Heart The Tell- Tale Heart The Hitchhiker Tell-Tale Heart Vocab Hitchhiker Vocab Mood, Tone, Foreshadow 100 200 300 400.
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The Hitchhiker & The Tell-Tale Heart
The Tell-Tale HeartThe HitchhikerTell-Tale Heart VocabHitchhiker VocabMood, Tone, Foreshadow100100100100100200200200200200300300300300300400400400400400500500500500500
The Tell-Tale Heart for 100:
Who is the narrator in this story? The murdererBack to Game Board
The Tell-Tale Heart for 200:
Why does the murderer in the story believe that the murder of the old man is justified? Because his eye upsets himBack to Game Board
The Tell-Tale Heart for 300:
What eventually drives the murderer to confess? The beating of the heart driving him madBack to Game Board
The Tell-Tale Heart for 400:Why does the murderer visit the old mans room so many times before committing the murder? Back to Game BoardHe was waiting for his eye to be open
The Tell-Tale Heart for 500:
How many times does the murderer visit the old mans room? 7 timesBack to Game Board
The Hitchhiker for 100
Who is the main character of this radio play? Ronald AdamsBack to Game Board
The Hitchhiker for 200
Where does the main character see the hitchhiker for the first time? Back to Game BoardOn the Brooklyn Bridge
The Hitchhiker for 300
Which detail about the hitchhikers appearance bothers the main character the most?
Rain drops on his shouldersBack to Game Board
The Hitchhiker for 400
What does the mechanic at the gas station tell the narrator about hitchhikers?He never sees them there - someone would have to be crazy to hitchhike or pick up a hitchhiker there because the stretch of highway is so longBack to Game Board
The Hitchhiker for 500
After seeing the hitchhiker many times, how does the narrator try to deal with the situation of seeing the hitchhiker over and over again? He tries to run him overBack to Game Board
The Tell-Tale Heart Vocabulary for 100 Points
A person with acute eyesight woulda. wear glassesb. be blindc. see very wellc. See very wellBack to Game Board
The Tell-Tale Heart Vocabulary for 200 Points
A stifled laugh is one that isa. falseb. held backc. too loudb. Held backBack to Game Board
The Tell-Tale Heart Vocabulary for 300 Points
If you argue vehemently about an issue, you probably feela. uninterestedb. hesitantc. passionateBack to Game Boardc. passionate
The Tell-Tale Heart Vocabulary for 400 Points
Name the word that goes with the definition:to disturb; annoyvexBack to Game Board
derisionBack to Game BoardThe Tell-Tale Heart Vocabulary for 500 Points
Name the word that goes with the definition:ridicule
c. trick-or-treatingBack to Game Board
The Hitchhiker Vocabulary for 100 Points
Children usually consider it a lark to go a. to schoolb. to the doctorc. trick-or-treating
Back to Game BoardThe Hitchhiker Vocabulary for 200 Points
A dog would be considered menacing if it werea. sleepingb. growlingc. playing
b. averageBack to Game BoardThe Hitchhiker Vocabulary for 300 Points
Which of the following would best describe the height of a nondescript person? a. very tallb. averagec. very short
assuranceBack to Game BoardThe Hitchhiker Vocabulary for 400 Points
Name the word that goes with the definition:a guarantee or pledge
sinisterBack to Game BoardThe Hitchhiker Vocabulary for 500 Points
Name the word that goes with the definition:suggestive of evil or misfortune
Back to Game BoardThe feeling the reader getsMood, Tone, & Foreshadowing for 100 Points
What is the definition of mood?
The feeling the writer is trying to portrayBack to Game BoardMood, Tone, & Foreshadowing for 200 Points
What is the definition of tone?
She keeps warning him and telling him to be carefulBack to Game BoardMood,Tone, & foreshadowing for 300 Points
How is foreshadowing present in the narrators interaction with his mother in The Hitchhiker?
To frighten the readerBack to Game BoardMood, Tone, & Foreshadowing for 400 Points
What is the authors purpose in The Tell-Tale Heart?
To informBack to Game BoardMood,Tone, & Foreshadowing for 500 Points
What would the authors purpose be in a textbook?