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Literally Literary Terms © 2006 by Mr. Mayers Literally Literary Terms, Too BAE Radley IDK Vocabulary Gramma fo’ yo’ Grandma Gramma fo’ yo’ Great Grandma
Back Personification What literary device: “Chicago streets arose early to begin the New Year Sales.”
foreshadow Back When the black box was set down on the stool, “the villagers kept their distance, leaving a space between themselves and the stool.” This is an example of what in “The Lottery”?
Atticus Back Which character states, “You never really understand a person until you…climb into his skin and walk around in it”?
malevolent Back IDK what a state of nastiness, evil, or spite means.
noun Back What part of speech is the underlined word? This is the beginning of the end.
Anti- Back What prefix means “against”, or “oppose to”?
hyperbole Back What literary device: “Jurgis would not have dreamt it in a thousand years.”
Allusion Back If Shirley Jackson made a literary reference to The Hunger Games in ”The Lottery”, she would have made a(n):
Moral Education Back Though Scout attends school at Maycomb, she does not seem to receive the same____ that she receives at home..
assuage Back IDK what it means to make less severe or intense.
verb Back What part of speech is the underlined word? Drew could have won against the opposing team by himself.
Interjection. Back What part of speech is the underlined word? Whoa! That was a close one!
Imagery Back The setting in The Devil in the White City utilizes effective ___ to provide readers with an idea of what was seen and heard during Chicago in the 1890s.
Alliteration Back Gwendolyn Brooks’ “We Real Cool” frequently uses ___, like in “Jazz June” and “Sing Sin”
Loss of Innocence Back Jem being distraught over Tom Robinson’s conviction exemplifies the theme of ____.
impertinence Back IDK what a state of disrespect or rudeness means.
adjective Back What part of speech is the underlined word? This was the laziest written paper ever!
affected Back Affected or Effected? (Your opponent cannot steal) She ____ me in the most loving way possible.
Juxtaposition Back Jurgis’ idealism of America set against the violent reality of the slaughter houses is an example of what in The Jungle?
Southern Conservative Thinking/Old Traditions Back Old Man Warner in “The Lottery” best symbolizes what?
The Scottsboro Trial Back What historical trial inspired To Kill a Mockingbird?
obstreperous Back IDK, maybe you’re being unruly and disruptive in the library.
predicate Back What PART of the sentence is this? Janice tried to learn Mandarin.
-ure Back What suffix means a process, action, or result?
Person vs. self Back Jurgis struggles with his involvement in the slaughterhouses and questions his own morality. This is an example of what central conflict?
Social injustice / inequality Back Though focusing on the seven juvenile delinquent pool players at the Golden Shovel, Gwendolyn Brooks is really addressing what bigger problem in her poem?
Atticus does not approve of guns Back Being called “One-Shot Finch” with a gun is an ironic name for Atticus because he believes that:
taciturn Back IDK why you are being so distant and cold towards your friends.
before Back What word is the preposition? There was nothing he could do before the winter storm arrived.
Pronoun = its Antecedent = car Back In following sentence, identify the pronoun AND its antecedent. Both are required for points. The car had its share of accidents.
To Kill a Mockingbird Background info.
Jeopardy Plot Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200
To Kill a Mockingbird Notes
Mockingbirds don't do one thing but make music for us to enjoy… That's why it's a sin to kill a mockingbird.
First Assessment Feedback
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
Kelso High School English Department. ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’
By Harper Lee. Lee published To Kill a Mockingbird when she was 34 years old, and it is the only novel she ever published. Lee grew up in Monroeville,
UNIT OVERVIEW & INTRODUCTION TO THE NOVEL
Chapter 1-9 Review. Sets the tone Memories of the events leading to Jem’s broken arm Scout’s point of view Child’s perspective Scout depicts her world.
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The master behind the masterpiece
Harper Lee The master behind the masterpiece. Who is she? Born: April 28, Birthplace: Monroeville, Alabama Youngest of four children Her father.
The Mysterious Boo Radley
To Kill A Mockingbird Harper Lee.
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9 th Grade. Noun – person, place, thing, or idea Examples: The runner is very fast. The park is very beautiful. My book is heavy. The key to life is happiness.
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