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THE WAVE 2013 TEST REVIEW
LITERARY ELEMENTS Choose from the following terms: Comic relief: funny; humor to break tension Catalyst: event that causes a change in plot or character Symbolism: object that represents idea Irony: the opposite of what you expect Allusion: reference in literature to another piece of literature or historical event
COMIC RELIEF CATALYST IRONY SYMBOLISM ALLUSION Christy warns Ben, asking “So how is your experiment going, Dr. Frankenstein? Have your monsters turned on you yet?”
COMIC RELIEF CATALYST SYMBOLISM ALLUSION IRONY Mr. Ross says that the Wave “can’t get out of hand” as long as he is in charge.
COMIC RELIEF SYMBOLISM IRONY CATALYST ALLUSION An anonymous letter is left at the newspaper office.
ALLUSION COMIC RELIEF CATALYST SYMBOLISM IRONY Alex shouts, “Give me liberty, or give me acne!”
ALLUSION COMIC RELIEF CATALYST SYMBOLISM IRONY David denied that the Wave could hurt anything, but he hurts Laurie defending it.
IRONY COMIC RELIEF CATALYST SYMBOLISM ALLUSION Carl says, “Looks like I’ve stumbled into Anne Frank’s attic.”
IRONY COMIC RELIEF CATALYST SYMBOLISM ALLUSION Mr. Ross drew a wave on the board. It represented movement, direction, and impact.
WHAT EVENT CHANGES DAVID’S OPINION ABOUT THE WAVE?
AS THE WAVE BEGINS TO SPREAD ACROSS CAMPUS, WAVE MEMBERS THINK OF THEMSELVES AS ___ TO OTHERS WHO ARE NOT IN THE WAVE. a. Superior b. Inferior c. Nazis d. Powerless
DAVID ACCUSES LAURIE OF NOT LIKING THE WAVE BECAUSE…
WHY IS ROBERT SO INVOLVED IN AND DEDICATED TO THE WAVE?
WHICH CHARACTER CAN BEST BE DESCRIBED AS INDEPENDENT AND NOT AFRAID TO SPEAK HER MIND AND THINK FOR HERSELF?
THIS CHARACTER CAN BEST BE DESCRIBED AS PASSIONATE AND DEDICATED.
THIS CHARACTER CAN BEST BE DESCRIBED AS ATHLETIC, POPULAR, AND INTELLIGENT. HE SPOKE OUT AGAINST THE WAVE AFTER AN UPSETTING EVENT.
THIS CHARACTER CAN BEST BE DESCRIBED AS “THE CLASS LOSER” AND INSECURE BEFORE THE WAVE. HE EXPERIENCED THE MOST DRAMATIC CHANGE.
HOW DOES THE WAVE AFFECT THE STUDENTS’ CLASSWORK?
THESE STRATEGIES BUILD UNITY WITHIN THE GROUP:
THIS IS HOW MR. ROSS BUILDS INTEREST IN THE WAVE AT FIRST:
WHY IS AMY INTERESTED IN THE WAVE?
WHAT INFORMATION IN MR. ROSS’S PAST SHOWS HIS TENDENCY TO GET OBSESSED?
WHAT ACTIVITY DOES MR. ROSS INTRODUCE FIRST IN CLASS TO GET HIS STUDENTS ACTIVELY INVOLVED AND HAVING FUN?
WHY DOES DAVID TELL THE FOOTBALL TEAM ABOUT THE WAVE?
WHY IS LAURIE’S MOTHER CONCERNED ABOUT THE WAVE?
WHAT EVENT MAKES IT CLEAR TO LAURIE THAT SHE DOESN’T LIKE THE WAVE?
WHAT EVENT IS THE CLIMAX OF THE NOVEL?
WHAT IS THE MAIN CONFLICT OF THE WAVE?
WHAT IS THE THEME OF THE WAVE?
WHY DOES MR. ROSS BEGIN THE WAVE EXPERIMENT?
STUDY TIPS Persuasive strategies Questions from the chapters (multiple choice and short answer) Journal topics
CAUSE AND EFFECT Create a chain reflecting the events leading to the creation of the Wave through the end of the Wave. Your chain should have at least 10 connected events. I will give you the first 3 events, so you only need 7 more! Mr. Ross’s class watches a film about the Holocaust Laurie asks Mr. Ross how the German people allowed the Holocaust to happen. Mr. Ross can’t answer the question, so he begins to research to find the answer.