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Plot it Out!. Poet’s Corner. Figure me This!. It’s All in The Word. Miscellaneous. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt. 25 pt. 25 pt. 25 pt. 25 pt. 25 pt.

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Plot it

Out!

Poet’s

Corner

Figure me

This!

It’s All in

The Word

Miscellaneous

5 pt

5 pt

5 pt

5 pt

5 pt

10 pt

10 pt

10 pt

10 pt

10 pt

15 pt

15 pt

15 pt

15 pt

15 pt

20 pt

20 pt

20 pt

20 pt

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25 pt

25 pt

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The feelings and ideas associated with a word; for example, silly has a more positive association that stupid



The word choices that a writer makes; it can also mean how carefully a speaker enunciates his words


What is diction? carefully a speaker enunciates his words


When writers choose words that all begin with the same sound, they are using this, for example,

“buckets of big blueberries”


What is alliteration? sound, they are using this, for example,


Words that imitate the sound they name, such as, sound, they are using this, for example,

Snakes hiss or bees buzz


What is onomatopoeia? sound, they are using this, for example,



What is climax? interest, intensity, etc.



What is rising action? faced as the story builds to the peak


This part of the plot serves as the introduction, where characters and setting are introduced


What is the exposition? characters and setting are introduced



What conflict? internal and external



What is the resolution? problems are hopefully dealt with


A figure of speech where an object represent both itself and some greater idea,

Like a penny representing the free gifts of nature that the universe offers us


What are symbol? some greater idea,


Figure of speech in some greater idea,

O, my luve is like a red, red roseThat's newly sprung in June


What is simile? some greater idea,


A phrase combining two contradictory terms, such as, some greater idea,jumbo shrimp or feather of lead


What is oxymoron some greater idea,?


Figure of speech where you state or imply one this is another, for example…

“With that new job he certainly will be climbing the ladder of success.”


What is metaphor? another, for example…


An extreme over-exaggeration for effect, for example, “I was so hungry I could eat a horse” or “Just shoot me!”


What is hyperbole? was so hungry I could eat a horse” or “Just shoot me!”



What is stanza? lines of poetry



What is meter? to have this; songs have it as well.


Language that appeals to the senses: to have this; songs have it as well.

Hear the sledges with the bells - Silver bells! What a world of merriment their melody foretells! How they tinkle, tinkle, tinkle, In the icy air of night!


What is imagery? to have this; songs have it as well.


The repetition of sounds as the beginnings of word, for example,

“What a fanciful fun frolicking fable!”




What is tries to capture our natural speech

Free verse?


The main character in a story, novel, or play tries to capture our natural speech


What is the protagonist? tries to capture our natural speech


Character who is in opposition to the main character tries to capture our natural speech


What is the antagonist? tries to capture our natural speech



What is syntax? tries to capture our natural speech


This is the all-seeing and all-know narrator tries to capture our natural speech


What is omniscient? tries to capture our natural speech



What is allusion? art within a literary work


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