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Modifies a verb, adjective, or another adverb
Define Noun What is a concrete noun What is an abstract noun
Person Place Thing or Idea Can be identified using 5 senses Is an idea, feeling, or attribute
Define Pronoun Provide an example sentence with the noun and then the pronoun
Takes the place of a noun
Describes a noun or another adjective
Define Prepositional Phrase What does a preposition describe
The preposition and the noun that follows A preposition describes something in time and space (location)
Used to express strong emotion Example would be Yikes! Finals are this week
Underlying message about life
Provide one theme from Hunger Games
Identify the prepositional phrase My dog chased the squirrel up the tree.
Up the tree
What are the coordinating conjunctions?
For And Nor But Or Yet So
What is a personal pronoun
Refers to a specific person, group, or thing
Find the adjective In the short story, Henry secretly gave away his neighbor’s pearls and bright red roses.
Short Bright Red
She was stunning with striking bright blonde hair and deep brown eyes What kind of characterization is the passage above an example of? Character analysis Direct characterization Indirect characterization Visual characterization
Describe what happens in the end of The Outsiders What lesson does Ponyboy learn? (one theme)
What is a topic sentence?
The controlling idea of the paragraph
What’s the difference between a topic sentence and a thesis statement?
Topic sentence is in each paragraph These statement is in the first paragraph it applies to the entire paper
The Giver could be described as… A) Stubborn B) Selfish C) Compassionate D) Not good at his job
Based on what we learned from The Giver, why are memories important?
What is a Utopia
It is a perfect world Why can it never exist?
What is a Dystopia?
A world full of oppression and pain
What is imagery? What are the different types of imagery?
Descriptive writing You can hear it You can see it You can taste it You can touch it You can smell it
What is foreshadowing? Provide one example from a novel we have read
Choose the correct way to cite in-text citations. A) “I can’t walk these hallways without remembering the days I spent as a prisoner here, barefoot, pain pulsing inside me every time I moved.” (Roth p. 4) B) “I can’t walk these hallways without remembering the days I spent as a prisoner here, barefoot, pain pulsing inside me every time I moved. (Roth 4)” C) “I can’t walk these hallways without remembering the days I spent as a prisoner here, barefoot, pain pulsing inside me every time I moved” (Roth 4). D) I can’t walk these hallways without remembering the days I spent as a prisoner here, barefoot, pain pulsing inside me every time I moved. (Roth 4)
C) “I can’t walk these hallways without remembering the days I spent as a prisoner here, barefoot, pain pulsing inside me every time I moved” (Roth 4).
What is the name of the writing technique used to persuade?
Monroe’s Motivated Sequence
What is the last step of Monroe’s Motivated Sequence? What is it used for?
Call to Action Used to get the audience to do something!
What is a stereotype?
An overgeneralized statement about another person What is an example?
What is symbolism?
The deeper meaning associated with a person, place, or object
_____ Barney is trying to quit cheating. A. Character vs. Character B. Character vs. Nature C. Character vs. Self
in a careful or cautious manner.
Unwilling or unable to believe something
Brave or heroic
show or feel barely suppressed anger, hatred, or another powerful emotion
a strong feeling that something is about to happen
voluntarily cease to keep or claim; give up
Important, famous, recognizable
What is Rue symbolic of?
Innocence, purity, love
Define resolution in plot structure
The end of the story once the conflict has been resolved.