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Unit 2 Test jEOPARDY. Clause, Characterization, Rules of the Game, Analogies, Similes, Point of View, Lesson 8-7 Vocabulary. PICK A CATEGORY. 500. 400. 300. 200. 100. Nym. Independent clause. Editing/ Publishing. 3 rd Person Omniscient. Simile. Ris. Dependent Clause.

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Unit 2 Test jEOPARDY

Clause, Characterization, Rules of the Game, Analogies, Similes, Point of View, Lesson 8-7 Vocabulary


PICK A CATEGORY

500

400

300

200

100

Nym

Independent clause

Editing/ Publishing

3rd Person Omniscient

Simile

Ris

Dependent Clause

Character Traits

1st Person POV

Analogy

Plac

Subordinating Conjunction

Indirect Characterization

3rd Person Limited

Mei Mei

Corp

Parts of a Clause

Direct Characterization

Prewriting

Audience

Vect

Adverbial Clause

Central Character

Drafting

Lau Po

Genre


Define Independent clause

  • Expresses a complete thought and can stand alone as a sentence


  • Does not express a complete sentence.

Define Dependent clause

  • Does not express a complete sentence.


Define Adverbial clause

  • This clause usually tells where, why, how, when or to what degree something was done.

  • A dependent clause that modifies a verb, an adjective or an adverb.


What are some examples of Subordinating conjunction

  • Word(s) such as: After, As, Before, Because, Since, Until, When, Whenever, Although, Where, Wherever, While, Unless, etc.


What are the two main Parts of a clause?

  • A group of words that contain a subject and a verb.


Who is Lau po?

  • He was an old man who encouraged Mei Mei to participate in chess tournaments.


Which character in rules of the game is Dedicated?

  • Mei Mei’s dedication to chess was apparent in the extensive amount of time she spent practicing and studying the game.


List general Character traits

  • Describing the person’s physical appearance (ie. brown eyes)

  • Describing expressions of character’s personality (ie. shy)

  • Presenting the person’s own thoughts, speech, and actions

  • Revealing other people’s reactions to the person

  • Directly commenting on the person


What is INDIRECT CHARACTERIZATION?

  • Reader must infer traits from a character’s words, actions, thoughts, appearance and relationships.


Define Central character

  • Plot and central conflict of the story generally revolve around this person


What is an ANALOGY?

  • A relationship between pairs of words.


define1ST PERSON POINT OF VIEW

  • The narrator uses pronouns such as I and me. He does not know the thoughts and feelings of other characters.


What is the definition of the Stem: vect

  • Means carry


What is genre?

  • Which format will best suit my purpose and audience?

    • essay, speech, letter, research paper, poem, short story, review, journal entry, script, web site, power presentation


What is Editing and publishing?

  • The point in the writing process where the author looks for ways to clarify ideas, style and the structure of their writing


Who is an audience?

  • Who are my readers?

    • classmates, teachers, friends, community members, a customer service at a company, web users


Define drafting

  • The stage in the writing process where you transfer prewriting into a rough draft


Define Prewriting/planning

  • The beginning stage of the writing process.


What is the definition of the Stem: ris

  • Means laugh


What is the definition of the Stem: plac

  • Means calm, peace


What is the definition of the Stem: nym

  • Means name


What is the definition of the Stem: corp

  • Means body


Define 3RD PERSON OMNISCIENTPOINT OF VIEW

  • The narrator is not a character in the story but an outside observer. He is all-knowing meaning he has access to the thoughts and feelings of all characters.


Define 3RD PERSON LIMITED POINT OF VIEW

  •  The narrator is not a character in the story but an outside observer. He zooms in on the thoughts, feelings and opinions of one character.


What is the definition of a SIMILE?

  • A comparison using like or as.


What is the definition of Direct cHARACTERIZATION?

  • Writer directly states a character’s traits.


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