ISAT Practice-Lesson 1 1. A 2. D 3. A 4. C 5. B 6. C 7. B 8. A 9. B 10. C
ISAT Practice-Lesson 2 1. B 2. D 3. C 4. D 5. C 6. D 7. A 8. D 9. C
Journal What makes you tick? What are the priorities in your life? Explain.
Grammar Sentences The most good evidence against the man was his own fingerprint. Fortunately for him, he had a gooder alibi than the other suspect. Will you play tennis with Sue. How awesum she is Sue one the last three matches
Poetry Notes I. Poetry-a type of literature that creates an emotional response through the imaginative use of words. ◦A. Types of Poetry 1. haiku-a brief poem of 3 lines, containing 5 syllables, 7 syllables, and 5 syllables respectively. 2. blank verse-unrhymed verse written in iambic pentameter. 3. lyric-usually short, expresses some basic emotion or state of mind.
Poetry Notes ◦A. Types of Poetry 4. narrative- a poem that tells a story. 5. ballad-a narrative passed on in the oral tradition, often makes use of repetition and dialogue. 6. sonnet-a lyric poem with a traditional form of 14 iambic pentameter lines and one of a variety or rhyme schemes. 7. free verse-a type of poetry written with rhythm and other poetic devices but without a fixed pattern of meter and rhyme.
Poetry Notes B. Poetry Terms and Poetic Devices ◦1. lyric-the poet’s personal thoughts and feelings. ◦2. meter-the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in poetry. ◦3. rhyme-exact repetition of sounds in at least the final accented syllables of two or more words. ◦4. rhyme scheme-any pattern of end rhymes. ◦5. simile-a figure of speech involving a comparison using like or as.
Poetry Notes 6. metaphor-a figure of speech involving an implied comparison between two different things. 7. personification-giving human qualities to inanimate objects. 8. parallelism-the repeating or phrases or sentences so that the parts are alike in structure or meaning 9. alliteration-the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words or within words. 10. assonance-the repetition of vowel sounds in stressed syllables or words. 11. consonance-the repetition of identical consonant sounds that are preceded by different vowel sounds.
Poetry Notes 12. onomatopoeia-the use of a word or words whose sound imitate the sound of the thing spoken about. 13. internal rhyme-rhyming words within lines that may or may not rhyme at the end. 14. hyperbole-a figure of speech using great exaggeration. 15. sensory imagery-the representation in language of sense experience: what can be seen, heard, touched, tasted, smelled, as well as what can be felt internally. 16. tone-the author’s attitude, stated or implied, toward the subject or audience.