Presentation on theme: "“WOVEN INTO HISTORY” & “EVERYDAY USE”. Bell Ringer: Explain the connection between “Woven into History” and “Everyday Use”. HINT! HINT! Common themes,"— Presentation transcript:
“WOVEN INTO HISTORY” & “EVERYDAY USE”
Bell Ringer: Explain the connection between “Woven into History” and “Everyday Use”. HINT! HINT! Common themes, such as: history, ethnic groups, traditions, and cultural heritage.
REVIEW FOR TEST Vocabulary and Literary Terms
The vantage point or perspective from which the story is told
characterized by kindness, mercy, sympathy
An unusual or unique quality or feature of something
The universal message or lesson to be learned
To place side by side for comparison or contrast
Very easy to see or notice
The author’s attitude or feelings toward the topic they are writing about.
Lack of seriousness or sense
A reference in a literary work to a person, place, or thing in history or another work of literature
The art or study of beauty
The word choice the author uses; vivid descriptive language using adjectives and adverbs
Carefully examining something especially in a critical way
A literary work holding up human vices and follies to ridicule or scorn
The process by which the writer reveals the personality of a character.
The locale or place where a piece of literature takes place. Ex: time period, country, city, etc.
Dictionary definition of a word
The sequence and ordering of events within a piece of literature
Two essentially unlike things are compared, often in a phrase introduced by like or as
Staying somewhere only a short time
A comparison of two things identifying one object with another
An idea that a word makes you think about in addition to its meaning EX: Personal meaning or connection
feeling or showing strong and energetic support for a person, cause, etc.
used when people are speaking in an informal way
story or visual image with a second distinct meaning partially hidden behind its literal or visible meaning