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An on-going warming of the Earths surface
What is global warming?
Deception that involves the practice of promoting or selling useless products or services
What is quackery?
EPA stands for this
Environmental Protection Agency
A person who chooses sources of health-related information and buys or uses these products
Who is a consumer?
What are the steps to the scientific method?
State the question, hypothesis, design the experiment, collect the data, analyze the results
Two words that have similar meaning
What are synonyms?
The three types of reading
What are informational, professional/workplace, and literary?
When an author uses clues or hints about events later in the story
What is foreshadowing?
When an author exaggerates something to make a point
What is hyperbole?
When writers want their readers to have a vivid sense of what they are describing
What is figurative language?
Walking, jumping, and hopping are considered this in dance
What are locomotor movements?
A type of dance at a wedding or party
What is social?
A dance used to engage a viewer, such as liturgical
What is ritual?
A specialized dance, such as the Nutcracker
What is theatrical?
A person who designs and teaches a dance
Who is a choreographer?
The black curtains behind the stage
What are backdrops?
Theatre that does not use scripts
What is improvisation?
The main struggle between opposing interests in the play
What is the conflict?
The basic idea of the play
What is the theme?
A remark made directly to the audience is known as this
What is an aside?
The violin is part of this family
What is the strings?
In a performance the percussion section is usually located here
What is the back row?
A music note with a dot located behind
What is a quarter note?
This period of music was simple, balanced and non-emotional
What is the classical period?
A 20 th century shoot off of romantic music
What is impressionistic music?
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THIS IS With Hostesses... Your Short Story Terms CharactersPlot Figurative Language MORE Short Story Terms Mythology & Epic Poem.
Literary Terms. Plot: The sequence of events in a story Exposition Inciting incident Rising action Climax Falling action Resolution.
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Literary Terms Flashcards. This occurs when the reader/ audience knows something that the character(s) in the story do not know.
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Literary Terms act An act is the major unit of a play.
Unit 1 Short Story Literary Terms. Setting, Plot, Character Mood Point of View (POV) Conflict, internal conflict Suspension of Disbelief Foreshadowing.
Making predictions. Foreshadowing Definition - A literary device in which a writer gives an advance hint of what is to come later in the story.
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Literary Elements “The Black Cat”. Irony Verbal Irony.
Literary Elements Vocabulary August 26, Alliteration Repetition of the same or similar consonant sounds in words that are close together The big,
A figure of speech that compares or equates two or more things that have something in common. It does not use like or as. A. SIMILE B. METAPHOR C. RHYTHM.
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Repetitive sounds Alliteration The author's reason for creating a particular work Author's Purpose.
Unit 4 Notes The theme of a literary work is its central idea, insight, or message. – This central idea is often expressed as a generalization about life.
The plot sickens Isn’t it Ironic Point of View Character.
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Character A person or other creature in a literary work Dynamic Character – one who changes in the story Static Character – remains the same throughout.
Literary Terms 7 th Grade Honors Part D Click Mouse to Advance.
Review. Plot The events of the story. There are six (6) elements of plot: Introduction/Exposition Inciting Event Rising Action Climax Falling.
LITERARY & FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE TERMS Construction of Literature.
Literary Terms – Take 4 sheets of blank computer paper. Fold in half side-to-side and top-to-bottom so that you get 4 squares. You will use both.
Say, what? Why writers say what they do and how literary devices contribute to writing and meaning.
“L to J” Literary Terms Part 1. Roll the dice… ABCDE FGHIJ KLMNO PQRST UVWXY.
Literary Terms 2. Plot The sequence of events in a narrative work. The plot is made up of the following elements: Exposition Rising action Climax.
Jeopardy Poetry General Literary FictionNonfiction Short Stories Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
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Daly’s Daily Drama Vocabulary. About the Story…….. Antagonist - the character that provides the obstacles to the protagonist’s objective in a play
Literary Analysis Plot. Definitions to know: 1. Exposition 2. Rising action 3. Climax 4. Falling action or resolution 5. Sequence of events 6. Cause and.
Literary Elements. What are “literary elements”? Literary elements are the basic parts that an author uses to create a story. These parts include the.
FICTION NOTES Fiction: A story that is made up by the author or not true.
Objectives for the Week of 10/13/08 Understand literary terms Analyze the development of plot in a short story Identify basic conflicts Recognize.
The main character of a literary work A character or force against which another character struggles.
Literary Terms. Allegory A literary device where the setting, characters, or actions stand for or symbolize an idea or concept. Unlike a symbol an allegory.
Plot: sequence of events in a story; a blueprint of what happens, when it happens, and to whom it happens. FICTION NOTES.
Plot and Conflict Literary Elements Definitions LiteraryElements Part II Figurative Language $100 $300 $200 $400 $500 Genres $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
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Honaker Literary Terms1 Literary Terms Jeopardy ACE-FM-O P-S Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
` Characterization The manner in which an author presents a character by using the character’s actions, dialogue, description, or how other characters.
Literary Terms. Fiction: A type of writing based on imagination. Non-Fiction: A type of writing that is based on facts.
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