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1 List the characters who died in the play Romeo and Juliet and next to their names explain how they died. Entry Task- Final Review

2 Parallel Structure Not parallel The production manager was asked to write his report quickly, accurately, and in a detailed manner. The teacher said that he was a poor student because he waited until the last minute to study for the exam, completed his lab problems in a careless manner, and his motivation was low. Parallel The production manager was asked to write his report quickly, accurately, and thoroughly. The teacher said that he was a poor student because he waited until the last minute to study for the exam, completed his lab problems in a careless manner, and lacked motivation.

3 Commas- just a refresher. A comma goes between two sentences connected with a conjunction “ and, but, or, either, because ”. A comma goes between each piece of a list longer than 2. Red, white, and blue. A comma goes after an introductory clause: Like all 11 year olds, my son likes to play outside. A comma goes before a quotation: He said, “ I want it to snow! ” A comma separates a word/clause/sentence segment that is inserted for detail but not part of main sentence (an interrupter): The game, the final one of the season, began at 2 o ’ clock.

4 Apostrophe- you’d be surprised how many errors I find in your papers. The apostrophe is used in two situations: to show a possession and to combine two words- contractions- “can’t, don’t, wouldn’t.” Possession: That is Brian ’ s book. You do not use an apostrophe for possessive pronouns. That is her book. That book is hers. The other exception is the word it. If it owns the object you do not use an apostrophe. Its purpose was to inform not to entertain.

5 Semicolons A semi colon can be complicated, but if you remember one BIG rule, you should be able to correctly use them. A semi-colon can be replaced by a period. A semi-colon connects two complete sentences in order to make the connection between them stronger. A semi-colon is not followed by a conjunction. –Romeo and Juliet were in love; however, the story itself was not a love story. –It was raining cats and dogs outside; I stayed inside.

6 Colon A colon is used to highlight a piece of text: its job is to bring attention to the next piece of information. There is usually a complete sentence leading to a colon. –I have three favorite vacation spots in the United States: Florida, Virginia, and Vermont.

7 Dash Think of a dash as a stronger comma to set off an interrupter- it adds emphasis. –“They shout - from public platforms in printed pages, through the microphones - that it is futile to oppose the ‘wave of the future.’”

8 Final Review Jeopardy VocabPLARPersuasionR&JPoetry

9 Vocab 10 Languidly –Part of speech –Definition Main screen

10 Vocab 20 Concur –Part of speech –Definition Main screen

11 Vocab 40 Tenacity –Part of speech –Definition Main screen

12 Vocab 60 Quixotically –Part of speech –Definition Main screen

13 Vocab 80 Homonym –Example of Main screen

14 Vocab 100 Heteronym –Example of Main screen

15 PLAR 10 We tarred the Lands’ door, kidnapped Swede, and died at the hand of Davy. Main screen

16 PLAR 20 I tracked the Land family into the Badlands. Main screen

17 PLAR 40 These were three of the miracles Jeremiah performed. Main screen

18 PLAR 60 Reuben began questioning his faith at this point. Main screen

19 PLAR 80 I was waiting for the world to change. Main screen

20 PLAR 100 I am the cause of Jeremiah’s death but I didn’t shoot him. Main screen

21 Persuasion 10 tries to persuade the target audience that they need to join “the winning side” or convince the audience that “everyone is doing it.” Main screen

22 Persuasion 20 builds support by instilling anxiety, fear, and panic in the general population. Main screen

23 Persuasion 40 Using an event that generates happiness, or using an appealing event to boost morale. Main screen

24 Persuasion 60 Attempt to justify an action on the grounds that by doing so it will make one more patriotic, or benefit the group/country as a whole. Main screen

25 Persuasion 80 emotionally appealing words that are applied to a product or idea that does not actually present any concrete argument or analysis. Main screen

26 Persuasion 100 attacking your opponent. Main screen

27 Romeo and Juliet 10 I said “o, swear not by the moon, the inconstant moon that monthly changes in her circled orb.” Main screen

28 Romeo and Juliet 20 The Prince stated that three civil brawls had been bred from ______. Main screen

29 Romeo and Juliet 40 I said, ‘I fear too early: for my mind misgives some consequence, yet hanging in the stars, shall bitterly begin his fearful date.” Main screen

30 Romeo and Juliet 60 We died off stage. Main screen

31 Romeo and Juliet 80 I said, “Virtue itself turns vice, being misapplied; And vice sometimes by action dignified.” Main screen

32 Romeo and Juliet 100 I said, “I will bite thee by the ear for that jest.” Main screen

33 Poetry 10 My syllable count is Main screen

34 Poetry 20 I am from Ireland and my rhyme scheme is AABBA. Main screen

35 Poetry 40 I contain multiple tankas. Main screen

36 Poetry 60 I contain 3 quatrains followed by a couplet. Main screen

37 Poetry 80 My first and third line are considered refrains. Main screen

38 Poetry 100 I am a 4 line stanza. Main screen


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