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                                           Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from Symbolism


Symbolizes democracy and
rules
$100 Answer from Symbolism



What is the Conch?
$200 Question from Symbolism



Symbolizes intelligence.
$200 Answer from Symbolism



What are Piggy’s
glasses?
$300 Question from Symbolism


Symbolizes man’s
destructiveness.
$300 Answer from Symbolism



 What is the “Scar”
$400 Question from Symbolism


 Symbolizes hope
 and rescue.
$400 Answer from Symbolism



   What is the fire?
$500 Question from Symbolism


Symbolizes Anarchy and
Savagery
$500 Answer from Symbolism



   Who is Jack?
    $100 Question from Quotes
He is described in the following passage:

“It was an accident . . . that’s what it
was. An Accident. . . . Coming in the
dark—he hadn’t no business crawling
like that out of the dark. He was batty.
He asked for it.”
$100 Answer from Quotes



 Who is Simon?
        $200 Question from Quotes
He says the following:
"I’m going to go to him with this conch in my
hands. I’m going to hold it out. Look, I’m goin’ to
say, you’re stronger than I am and you haven’t got
asthma. You can see, I’m goin’ to say, and with both
eyes. But I don’t ask you to be a sport, I’ll say, not
because you’re strong, but because what’s right’s
right. Give me my glasses, I’m going to say—you
got to!"
$200 Answer from Quotes


  Who is Piggy?
       $300 Question from Quotes
He says,
“Fancy thinking the Beast was
something you could hunt and kill! You
knew, didn't you? I'm part of you?
Close, close, close! I'm the reason why
it's no go? Why things are what they
are?”
    $300 Answer from Quotes


Who is the
  Lord of the Flies?
   $400 Question from Quotes

He says,
“We saw your smoke. What have
you been doing? Having a war or
something?”
 $400 Answer from Quotes


Who is the Naval officer?
    $500 Question from Quotes
Says,

“Honest, Ralph, you’d better go. . .
You got to go because it’s not safe. . .
[Y]ou got to go for your own good.
They hate you, Ralph. They’re going
to do you.”
$500 Answer from Quotes



 Samneric
$100 Question from Lit. Terms


Means word choice.
$100 Answer from Lit. Terms


What is DICTION?
   $200 Question from Lit. Terms

This is when we learn about the
character directly from the narrator.
For example, if the narrator says
that the boy was fat and short.
   $200 Answer from Lit. Terms

What is direct characterization?
$300 Question from Lit. Terms

 The audience knows
 something that the
 character or characters
 don’t know.
$300 Answer from Lit. Terms


    What is
DRAMATIC IRONY?
    $400 Question from Lit. Terms
Two literary devices that are
demonstrated in the following passage:

“One patch [of fire] touched a tree
trunk and scrambled up like a bright
squirrel.”
    $400 Answer from Lit. Terms


What are personification and simile?
    $500 Question from Lit. Terms
The boys set the mountain on fire, and
Piggy says, “You got your small fire all
right.”
$500 Answer from Lit. Terms

What is verbal irony?
   $100 Question from PLOT

The main diet of the boys
when they first land on the
island
$100 Answer from PLOT

 What is fruit?
    $200 Question from PLOT


The first “littlun” to tell the
boys about the “beastie”
 $200 Answer from PLOT

Who is the boy with the
mulberry birthmark?
   $300 Question from PLOT

The nationality of the boys.
$300 Answer from PLOT

 What is British?
   $400 Question from PLOT

Character who saw Jack
as a little red-headed boy
$400 Answer from PLOT


Who is the officer?
     $500 Question from PLOT

The item desired by the savages
when they raid Ralph’s hut.
     $500 Answer from PLOT

What are Piggy’s glasses?
 $100 Question from Lit. Terms 2

The protagonist of Lord of
the Flies.
$100 Answer from Lit. Terms 2

   Who is Ralph?
 $200 Question from Lit. Terms 2

The major antagonist of the
Lord of the Flies
$200 Answer from Lit. Terms 2

    Who is Jack?
 $300 Question from Lit. Terms 2


Point of view of Lord of the
Flies
  $300 Answer from Lit. Terms 2

What is third person omniscient?
 $400 Question from Lit. Terms 2
The outcome is different from
what we expected. Instead of
destroying themselves with the
fire, they inadvertently saved
themselves.
$400 Answer from Lit. Terms 2


What is situational irony?
$500 Question from Lit. Terms 2

Symbolizes man’s inherent
savagery.
 $500 Answer from Lit. Terms 2

What is the Lord of the Flies?
       Final Jeopardy
“Lord of the Flies” is an
English translation of this
word.
 Final Jeopardy Answer

What is Beelzebub?

				
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