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English 9 Exam review. ..a person, place or thing. Noun. …modifies a noun or a pronoun. Adjective. …shows action. Verb. …modifies a verb, adjective, or another …. Adverb. …takes the place of a noun. Pronoun. The turning point in a story . Climax. DAILY DOUBLE.

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DAILY DOUBLE

The main character in astory andthe opposite of the main character

ProtagonistAntagonist

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Climax

Rising Action

Falling Action

Setting

Resolution

Plot structure

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RAFTS

RoleAudienceFormatTopicStrong verb

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DAILY DOUBLE

Name three ways specific examples can be generatedwhen writing

Tell a storyUse statisticsQuotes

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What does the main idea sound like?

a) a chapter

b) a title or headline

c) a question

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When does the main idea USUALLY appear in a sentence?

a) the end

b) the middle

c) the beginning

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Scattergories

Task: to list 10 things from this course that begin with the randomly chosen letter.

Here’s the catch – no repeats allowed. The goal is to stretch your brain to think of ten things that no one else will think of.

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What type of sentence?

We are reviewing for the final.

Simple sentence

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What type of sentence?

We are reviewing for the finalby playing Jeopardy.

Complex sentence One independent clause and one or more dependent clauses.

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What type of sentence?

We are reviewing for the finalbut everyone is not paying attention.

Compound sentence Two or more independent clauses -

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DAILY DOUBLE

What is the difference between an independent clauseanddependent clause?

Independent clause= can stand aloneDependent clause= sounds incomplete

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What type of sentence?

We are reviewing for the final by playing Jeopardy but everyone is not paying attention.

Compound-complex sentence Two or more independent clauses and one or more dependent clauses

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Stories that have mischievous spirits and other supernatural elements and often take place in medieval times.

Fairy Tales

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a long, narrative (storytelling) poem that tells the achievements of a hero.

This hero usually symbolizes the beliefs of his country.

Epic

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DAILY DOUBLE

What are the five purposes of poetry?

For entertainment

To express a feeling or emotion

To make a political statement

To honor a person

To describe something or some event

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Odysseus, king of Ithaca

Cyclops, one-eyed monster

Circe, sorceress

Sirens, sea creatures that sang and caused ships to crash

The Odyssey

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A literary explosion that brought a new cultural identity for African Americans.

Harlem Renaissance

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DAILY DOUBLE

What makes a writer\'s voice forceful, distinctive, and memorable?

Figurative language

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BONUS!!!

Collecting the facts and drawing a possible conclusion.

Deduction

To what is this term similar?

Inference

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Give the location for the topic, main ideas, and details

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A.

B.

1)

2)

C.

II.

Outline

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Identify the topic, supporting detail, and main idea for each group.

M

___ One door and usually no more than a single window provided light and air.

___ For poor farm families, life on the plains meant a sod house or a dugout carved out of the hillside for protection from the winds.

___ Sod houses on the plains

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“What is the author trying to say?”

“What is the point the author is trying to make?“What is the central focus?”

“What is the main idea?”

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The answer is not in the text. You must connect the text information to things you already know

Author and You

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Reading the text is not necessary to answer these questions. Many times it is your opinion.

On Your Own

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You will need to put pieces ofinformation from the text together to get the answer

Think and Search

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