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Storytelling: Quiz


Question 1: Or they may represent universal truths - ritual-based, religious truths as ________ saw in The Golden Bough, or archetypal, psychological truths as Joseph Campbell describes in The Hero With a Thousand Faces.
MythologyThe Golden BoughChristianityJames George Frazer

Question 2: Stories or narratives have been shared in every culture and in every land as a means of entertainment, education, preservation of ________ and in order to instill moral values.
SlaveryHuman rightsCultureFamily

Question 3: Elements of the oral storytelling art form include visualization (the seeing of images in the mind's eye), and vocal and bodily ________.

Question 4: The ISC runs the National Storytelling Festival in ________.
Johnson City, TennesseeWatauga, TennesseeJonesborough, TennesseeGray, Tennessee

Question 5: Storytelling is the conveying of events in words, images, and sounds often by ________ or embellishment.
ImprovisationImprovisational theatreChicagoWhose Line Is It Anyway?

Question 6: A theme can be as simple as a specific set sequence describing the arming of a ________, starting with shirt and trousers and ending with headdress and weapons.
PlatoHeroGreek hero cultGreek mythology

Question 7: The story was then told using a combination of oral narrative, music, ________ and dance.
Rock artItalyPetroglyphCave painting

Question 8: With the advent of ________, the use of actual digit symbols to represent language, and the use of stable, portable media stories were recorded, transcribed and shared over wide regions of the world.
Writing systemLatin alphabetAlphabetWriting

Question 9: Albert Bates Lord examined oral narratives (see also oral storytelling) from field transcripts of Yugoslav oral bards collected by Milman Parry in the 1930s, and the texts of epics such as The Odyssey and ________.
Beowulf (hero)BeowulfFinnesburg FragmentWidsith

Question 10: Another extremely important examination of orality in human life is ________'s Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word (1982).
Marshall McLuhanOral traditionEric A. HavelockWalter J. Ong


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