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Important info:. Keep up with your reading! Check reading schedule on website if you didn’t write it down. You should already have begun Monster Project! Check power point on website for instructions!. 1-13-14 Objectives:. To select correct answer choices on Frankenstein AP Multiple-Choice

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Important info

Important info:

  • Keep up with your reading! Check reading schedule on website if you didn’t write it down.

  • You should already have begun Monster Project! Check power point on website for instructions!


1 13 14 objectives

1-13-14 Objectives:

  • To select correct answer choices on Frankenstein AP Multiple-Choice

  • To begin to examine and break down Romantic poetry while making a connection to the novel


Today s agenda

Today’s Agenda:

  • Copy important definitions

  • Review multiple-choice strategies

  • AP multiple-Choice

  • Read “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”


Synaethesia

Synaethesia:

  • Sensation in one part of the body produced by stimulus in another


Ellipsis

Ellipsis:

  • Omission of one or more words which must be supplied b the reader


Hyperbolic language

Hyperbolic language:

  • A figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis or effect


Fallacy

Fallacy:

  • A deceptive, misleading, or false notion


Arugementum ad hominem

Arugementum ad hominem:

  • Fallacy of attacking a character or circumstances of someone who is advancing a statement or n argument instead of trying to disprove the truth of the statement or the soundness of the argument, which may be characterized simply as a personal attack


Non sequiter

Non sequiter:

  • A statement containing an illogical conclusiion


Equivocation

Equivocation:

  • To call by the same name; often classified as an informal logical fallacy


Post hoc ergo propter hoc

Post hoc ergo propter hoc:

  • Latin for “after this, therefore because of this”


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