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You should feel happy since I graduated from college.

Grade 5 Writing - Conclusion

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All narratives have a conclusion. If it is a narrative essay, that may be a different conclusion than in a short story. However, no matter what, closure is needed for any type of writing. It should bring the essay or story to an end. In this quiz, the students will answer questions about the conclusion section of a narrative essay or short story.

1.
How should most short stories end?
All of the events are wrapped up.
With a character getting injured.
By stating your opinion about the characters.
With extensive detail.
The ending should feel like an ending.
2.
Sarah is writing a narrative essay and has a lot to say.
Should she include every detail and explanation in her essay?
No, because there is probably a maximum amount of words that can be written.
No, because only the main points and the explanations should be expressed.
Yes, because the reader will want to read every word.
Yes, because a lengthy narrative is best.
Not every single detail should be included.
3.
Which of the following should NOT be included in a conclusion of a short story?
Another setting.
A new character.
A new problem.
A solution to the problem.
A new problem should not be included in conclusion of a short story.
4.
At the end of a short story, the character learns their lesson.
What should NOT be written next?
Tell the moral to the reader.
What happens to the character after learning the lesson.
Events that wrap up the story.
Reactions from other characters.
You should never tell the moral of the story to the reader - unless you are writing a fable.
5.
After writing most of a short story, what should be included at the end?
A resolution.
Another problem.
Dialogue.
Strong character details.
A resolution should definitely be included at the end of a short story.
6.
Read the sentence below that was included in the conclusion of a narrative essay.
You should feel happy since I graduated from college.
What is WRONG with this sentence being in your conclusion?
It should include the words "I think" in it.
It tells the reader how to feel.
It contains too many fluffy words.
It doesn't contain enough details.
Your reader should figure out how they feel for themselves!
7.
In a narrative essay, when is it appropriate to include a personal reflection?
Only during a short story.
When the narrative is about another person.
When the narrative is about the author's own life.
Any time the author has something to reflect.
A personal reflection may occur when the narrative is about an event in the author's life.
8.
At the end of a story, a character must either run for help or assist his friend's broken leg.
How should the story end?
With important dialogue.
With an important action.
With a reminder of the whole story.
With a new character being introduced.
Showing the reader which action the character will take will help the ending.
9.
At the end of the story, a girl wants to know where she will live next.
How should the story end?
With important dialogue.
With an important action.
With a reminder of the whole story.
With a new character being introduced.
Dialogue would help here because it will reveal the character's decision.
10.
While explaining an important event that happened ten years ago in a narrative essay, what might be included in the ending?
Give an update about how that event has affected the person now.
Explain all the bad things that have happened since then.
Discuss who also might experience this event.
Ask a question and answer it.
The reader might like to know what has happened since the end of the story and giving an update wll tell them.
Author:  Amy Flanders

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