Building Academic Vocabulary. Building Academic Vocabulary. Vocabulary –It oils the Global Market. Justice is not just a balancing act, but one that involves humanity and a productive life.
Allegory/ a story that has multiple meanings Critical Thinking)
** Critical Thinking)Allegory: Writing & Critical Thinking Activity. Describe your thoughts about the American Dream, Beauty, Double Perception, Money as Evil, Muscle Power Cars.
Antithesis/ the Critical Thinking)opposite or negative of an idea
Summary Assessment: Reading and Writing Critical Thinking)Directions:Indicate “A” for alliterationIndicate “B” for allegoryIndicate “C” for archetype Indicate “D” for allusionIndicate “E” for antithesis Indicate “F” for none of the above
Quiz: Read, then write statement, and answer whether the example is an allusion, allegory, antithesis, alliteration, or archetype.
IRONY: the example is an opposite of what is stated (verbal), or an occurrence (situation) that is opposite of what was expected
Quiz: example is an Irony--Yes or No? What kind? Situational or Expressed? 1. A defaced traffic sign states no defacing of signs. 2. A medieval warrior is checking his cell phone. 3. A good looking girl invites the quarterback of the football team for a date. 4. Your mom says that she will not let you go out past ten when you know she does it all the time when she goes dancing at a club. 5. Congress is doing everything possible to create new jobs in 2013. 6. Musicians come up with a pledge of no use of drugs on the road while driving. 7. Overweight doctors and nurses warn you about not exercising. 8. Your dad warns you about not wearing your seatbelt, which he never uses. 9. More teachers should be laid off because they make too much money. 10. A large piece iron weighs little due to it being made of plastic.