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JEOPARDY. EOC Review. CATEGORIES. Agreement. Punctuation. Confusing Words. Lit. Terms. Misc. JEOPARDY. Agreement 100. Agreement: 100. Both of the students (is/are) going to pass the EOC. Agreement: 100. are. Agreement 200. Agreement: 200. All of the class passed (its/their) EOC.

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JEOPARDY

EOC Review


CATEGORIES


Agreement


Punctuation


Confusing Words


Lit. Terms


Misc.


JEOPARDY


Agreement100


Agreement: 100

  • Both of the students (is/are) going to pass the EOC.


Agreement: 100

  • are


Agreement200


Agreement: 200

  • All of the class passed (its/their) EOC.


Agreement: 200

  • its


Agreement300


DAILY DOUBLE


Agreement: 300

  • Each of the sophomores (takes/take) the EOC.


Agreement: 300

  • takes


Agreement400


Agreement: 400

  • The students, all of whom take English, (is/are) ready for summer break.


Agreement: 400

  • are


Agreement500


Agreement: 500

  • A positive person with help from others (is/are) able to succeed.


Agreement: 500

  • is


Agreement600


Agreement: 600

  • Neither of the students (wants/want) to fail (his/their) test.


Agreement: 600

  • wants, his


Agreement700


Agreement: 700

  • Neither the boy nor the girl (was/were) allowed to graduate because (he-she/they) failed (his-her/their) EOC.


Agreement: 700

  • was, he-she, his-her


Punctuation100


Punctuation: 100

  • Although the students were excited for summer break they would miss Mrs. Turnmire greatly.

  • Although, the students were ready for summer break they would miss Mrs. Turnmire greatly.

  • Although the students were ready for summer break, they would miss Mrs. Turnmire greatly.


Punctuation: 100

c. Although the students were ready for summer break, they would miss Mrs. Turnmire greatly.


Punctuation200


Punctuation: 200

  • The students traveled to the beach over the summer and enjoyed the sunshine.

  • The students traveled to the beach over the summer, and enjoyed the sunshine.

  • The students traveled to the beach, over the summer, and enjoyed the sunshine.


Punctuation: 200

  • The students traveled to the beach over the summer and enjoyed the sunshine.


Punctuation300


Punctuation: 300

  • Summer break is three weeks away, however, you still have many assignments to complete.

  • Summer break is three weeks away; however, you still have many assignments left to complete.

  • Summer break is three weeks away; however you still have many assignments to complete.


Punctuation: 300

c. Summer break is three weeks away; however, you still have many assignments left to complete.


Punctuation400


Punctuation: 400

  • During the summer while lying on the beach, Will was bitten by a crab.

  • During the summer while lying on the beach Will was bitten, by a crab.

  • During the summer, while lying on the beach, Will was bitten by a crab.


Punctuation: 400

c. During the summer, while lying on the beach, Will was bitten by a crab.


Punctuation500


Punctuation: 500

  • The hot glaring sun scalded Mrs. Turnmire’s skin while she was at the pool.

  • The hot, glaring sun scalded Mrs. Turnmire’s skin while she was at the pool.

  • The hot, glaring sun scalded Mrs. Turnmire’s skin, while she was at the pool.


Punctuation: 500

b. The hot, glaring sun scalded Ms. Turnmire’s skin while she was at the pool.


Punctuation600


Punctuation: 600

  • School is almost over, and I am headed to Edisto Island.

  • School is almost over and I am headed to Edisto Island.

  • School is almost over and, I am headed to Edisto Island.


Punctuation: 600

  • School is almost over, and I am headed to Edisto Island.


Punctuation700


Punctuation: 700

  • At the end of summer, a time that I always hate, the tall, green trees start to fade into browns and reds, marking the start of fall.

  • At the end of summer, a time that I always hate, the tall green trees start to fade into browns and reds marking the start of fall.

  • At the end of summer, a time that I always hate, the tall, green trees start to fade into browns and reds; marking the start of fall.


Punctuation: 700

  • At the end of summer, a time that I always hate, the tall, green trees start to fade into browns and reds, marking the start of fall.


Confusing Words100


Confusing Words: 100

  • Will you (accept/except) this token of appreciation?


Confusing Words: 100

  • accept


Confusing Words 200


Confusing Words: 200

  • The students were so glad to be done with (they’re, there, their) exams.


Confusing Words: 200

  • Their


Confusing Words 300


DAILY DOUBLE


Confusing Words: 300

  • Will this zero (affect/effect) my grade?


Confusing Words: 300

  • affect


Confusing Words 400


Confusing Words: 400

  • I visited the (capital/capitol) building today.


Confusing Words: 400

  • capitol


Confusing Words500


Confusing Words: 500

  • (Its/It’s) going to be ok.


Confusing Words: 500

  • It’s


Confusing Words600


Confusing Words: 600

  • Freedom and equality are (principals/principles) for which I stand.


Confusing Words: 600

  • principles


Confusing Words700


Confusing Words: 700

  • The indolent student remained (stationary/stationery).


Confusing Words: 700

  • stationary


Lit. Terms100


Lit. Terms: 100

  • The students’ hands were stuck like glue to their cell phones.


Lit. Terms: 100

  • simile


Lit. Terms 200


Lit. Terms: 200

  • The sun peeked through my window.


Lit. Terms: 200

  • personification


Lit. Terms 300


Lit. Terms: 300

  • The rain plopped onto the ground.


Lit. Terms: 300

  • onomatopoeia


Lit. Terms 400


Lit. Terms: 400

  • The sneaky student stole my pencil.


Lit. Terms: 400

  • alliteration


Lit. Terms 500


Lit. Terms: 500

  • The smog enveloped the town, a thick blanket of pollution.


Lit. Terms: 500

  • metaphor


Lit. Terms 600


Lit. Terms: 600

  • The narcissistic girl stared at herself in the mirror.


Lit. Terms: 600

  • allusion


Lit. Terms 700


Lit. Terms: 700

  • The audacity of that child to think he could just walk right out of this classroom. How dare he!


Lit. Terms: 700

  • tone


Misc.100


Misc.: 100

What mood is

represented?

  • Carefree

  • Cheerful

  • Confused

  • Concerned


Misc.: 100

  • b. Cheerful


Misc. 200


Misc.: 200

What persuasive device is used in this advertisement?

a. testimonial (famous people say)

b. bandwagon (everybody’s using it)

c. loaded words (new and improved)

d. demonstration (our product works)

Be the Best You Can Be!

Buy the updated version of

ComputerMine

We can personalize your computer to your

exact specifications. Be the first one in your

school to have the latest model.


Misc.: 200

c. loaded words (new and improved)


Misc. 300


Misc.: 300

  • Which of these advertisements tries to convince readers that buying a product will make them feel important?

    a. Use new Breezy detergent. It gives your clothes that fresh, clean smell.

    b. Buy a Pathway piano. It is the instrument most famous musicians prefer.

    c. Everyone loves Hayes chocolate! Do yourself a favor and order yours today.

    d. Stain-Out has been proven to work wonders. You’ve got to try it to believe it!


Misc.: 300

b. Buy a Pathway piano. It is the instrument most famous musicians prefer.


Misc.400


Misc.: 400

  • Which of these would be best for you to include in a presentation on the importance of Adult Education Programs?

    a. interviews with adult-education teachers

    b. testimonials from adult-education graduates

    c. brochures describing adult-education classes

    d. photographs of the adult-education graduation


Misc.: 400

b. testimonials from adult-education graduates


Misc. 500


Misc.: 500

  • What type of conflict is depicted in this drawing?

    a. man vs. man

    b. man vs. himself

    c. man vs. environment

    d. man vs. supernatural


Misc.: 500

c. man vs. environment


Misc. 600


Misc.: 600

  • faux pas : savoir faire :: avant-garde : ____

    a. carte blanche

    b. hoi polloi

    c. du jour

    d. status quo


Misc.: 600

d. status quo


Misc. 700


Misc.: 700

  • All students who take English II must take the EOC exam. All sophomores take English II. Therefore, all sophomores must take the EOC exam.


Misc.: 700

Deductive


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