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10 th Lit Comp Final Exam Review. Ms. Kirk. Poetry Terms. Alliteration Epic poem Rhyme Scheme Metaphor Simile Onomatopoeia Hyperbole Meter Villanelle. More Poetry Terms. Sonnet Figurative Language Personification Lyric Poem Imagery Free verse End marks Dialect End Rhyme.

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poetry terms
Poetry Terms

Alliteration

Epic poem

Rhyme Scheme

Metaphor

Simile

Onomatopoeia

Hyperbole

Meter

Villanelle

more poetry terms
More Poetry Terms

Sonnet

Figurative Language

Personification

Lyric Poem

Imagery

Free verse

End marks

Dialect

End Rhyme

more poetry terms1
More Poetry Terms

Internal Rhyme

Haiku poems

proper word choice
Proper Word Choice

Its/It’s

You’re/Your

Accept/Except

Affect/Effect

There/Their/They’re

Then/Than

Have/Of

the hunger games
The Hunger Games

Understand the main ideas and characters

Why do the Hunger Games exist?

Review the Panem Research Activity- name origins

What is the significance of the mockingjays and the tracker jackers?

Outcome of the Games

Setting

Author

complete sentences
Complete Sentences

Do your homework.

I laugh.

Let’s go.

He walked the dog.

It was great.

fragments
Fragments

Because I want to go.

The dog barking at the window.

Walking on the beach.

Riding on the train at Disney World in the summer on a gorgeous day.

While I sit near the pond and write in my diary.

parallel form
Parallel Form

I like eating, sleeping, and watching television.

It was a darkand stormy night.

My daughter picked up her baby doll, sang a little song, and put the doll in the crib.

This summer we are going to Walt Disney World, to Sea World, and to Lewis-Smith Lake.

sentences that are not parallel
Sentences that are not parallel

We are going to the park, to the lake, and also hoping to go to the beach.

My favorite movies are The Lion King, Places in the Heart, and I also really like Cinderella.

My daughter sang a song, played with her baby doll, and is dancing with her teddy bear.

That teacher makes me sad, angry, and to feel bad about that subject.

dangling modifiers
Dangling Modifiers

I danced with my husband wearing my favorite black dress.

Riding the monorail, the lake looked beautiful.

She picked up the book with an angry look.

Driving to the beach, I saw lots of beautiful hotels looking out the window.

run on sentences
Run-On Sentences

The dog did not eat her dinner, I think she is not feeling well.

It was cold, I needed my coat.

I like sushi, do you?

How is the steak here, good?

Please don’t feed the animals, they are wild.

Which is your favorite ride, Soarin’?

vocabulary
Vocabulary

Avid

Arduous

Formidable

Explicit

Sanction

Ominous

Pertinent

Frugal

Cynical

more vocabulary
More vocabulary

Clandestine

Deprecate

Circumvent

Latent

Dolorous

Amicable

Enraptured

Genial

Charlatan

more vocabulary1
More vocabulary

Mundane

Fickle

Novice

Fiasco

Omniscient

Naïve

Audacity

Chaos

Juggernaut

Nocturnal