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Emails, memos, reports, instructions, applications, resumes
What is a workplace document?
Information about public agencies and community groups.
What is a public document
Gives you information you need to understand the product. Contracts, warranties, instruction manuals,
What is a consumer document?
Assemble or operate a scientific, mechanical or electronic device.
What is a technical direction
Looking at a document quickly noticing the information in the document and looking for something specific in a document.
What is skimming and scanning?
Internal, exact and approximate
What is rhyme?
Repetition of consonant sounds in several words
What is alliteration?
Repeated vowel sounds in several words that are close together.
What is assonance?
The use of words with sounds that imitate or suggest their meaning.
What is onomatopoeia?
Language that appeals to our senses.
What is imagery?
Using like or as to compare two unlikely objects
What is a simile?
Comparison without a connection word that compares two unlikely objects.
What is a metaphor?
Comparisons carried over several lines of the poem.
What is an extended metaphor?
Giving an inanimate or nonhuman item human qualities.
What is personification?
Long narrative poems originally passed down by word of mouth, that tell tales of heroism.
What is an epic?
Song or songlike poem that is often about love, betrayal or death.
What is a ballad?
Long lyric poems that were traditionally written to celebrate a famous person or lofty idea.
What is an ODE?
A poem of mourning.
What is an elegy?
A specific type of lyric peom that is 14 lines long and usually has a particular meter. (Shakespear)
What is a sonnet?
Anything that is not poetry.
What is PROSE?
In drama- a story that ends happily for the main characters.
What is a comedy?
The way of speaking that is characteristic of a certain geographical areas or group of people.
What is dialect?
Interuption in the present action of a plot to show events that happen at an earlier time.
What is a flashback.
A novel, story or play set during a real historical era.
What is historical fiction?
Story that explains something about the world and typically involves gods or goddesses or other supernatural forces.