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Diagnostic #3. Diagnostic Assessment #3: Review of Skills. Monday – Wednesday’s Focus Question: Find an example of figurative language in your book. Examples Include: Metaphor Simile Personification Hyperbole Monday - Wednesday’s Learning Target: I can identify ________ in a novel.

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    1. Diagnostic #3 Diagnostic Assessment #3: Review of Skills

    2. Monday – Wednesday’s Focus Question: Find an example of figurative language in your book. Examples Include: • Metaphor • Simile • Personification • Hyperbole • Monday - Wednesday’s Learning Target: I can identify ________ in a novel Independent Reading

    3. When citing a direct quote from a text, use MLA format. • Example: ”The classroom looked like Cupid had thrown up all over it” (Brewer 98). • If you are reading from an electronic source, include author and the file type. • Example: (Brewer Kindle file). Citing Quotations

    4. Remediation tomorrow! Lab 218 2:30-3:20 • Homecoming games tonight!! 6:00 and 7:30 • Bring motif charts and symbol charts tomorrow and be ready to discuss Chapters 11 – 13. Announcements

    5. As we review, record % correct on your analysis form. • How did we do as a class? We scored 78% Diagnostic Assessment #3

    6. Literary Criticism/Analysis • Reading Comprehension Standards Assessed

    7. Literary Criticism means interpreting and analyzing how an author uses literary elements to convey meaning. • Reading comprehension means making meaning of what you have read. The Standards

    8. What does Falstaff intend to convey in his first three lines? Using words like “God save thy Grace,” “my sweet boy,” and My king, my Jove” shows Falstaff’s close relationship with the King. The correct answer is A Question # 1Standard: Literary Analysis

    9. What does the following line suggest about the relationship between the King and Falstaff: “the tutor and feeder of my riots” ? • A tutor is a teacher but c is not the best choice because “feeder of my riots” suggests something other than “gentle” teaching and guidance. • The best answer is B because it suggests Falstaff was not only the king’s tutor but also taught the young prince how to be rebellious. Question # 2Standard: Literary Analysis

    10. What literary device does “I speak to thee, my heart” contain? • Allusion: A reference to another piece of literature • Foreshadowing: A prediction of something to come • Metaphor: A direct comparison (correct answer) Falstaff addresses the king as his heart, a direct comparison that shows how close he feels their relationship is. • Parody: A work that pokes fun of something serious Question #3Standard: Literary Analysis

    11. What is the purpose of the line:“know the grave doth gape for thee thrice wider than for other men” ? The King is saying the grave gapes (opens) three times (thrice) wider for Falstaff than for other men! With this comment the King is trying to belittle (put down) Falstaff for being so fat. The correct answer is B Question #4Standard: Reading Comprehension

    12. What is the tone of the King’s speech? • This time we are considering the whole passage – not just a line or two! • The King’s refusal to admit he knows Falstaff (“I know thee not, old man”), his put-downs, and his decision to “turn away from those that kept me company” prove that the King thinks he is superior to Falstaff and is “blowing him off” or dismissive. • D is the correct answer. Question #5Standard: Literary Analysis

    13. What does the contrast between the number of lines the king speaks and the number of lines Falstaff speaks suggest? The King has more lines because he is king and has more power than Falstaff!! He speaks and others listen. Notice how he speaks of himself in the first-person plural we! He really thinks he is important!! The correct answer is A. Question #6Standard: Literary Analysis

    14. What argument does the writer use to support the use of ID cards? • The writer cites sources that say it is not illegal to require student ID use so A is not the correct answer. • The fact that ID use does not invade privacy is not the strongest argument for the use of ID’s. • The strongest argument the writer presents is that ID’s strengthen security and parents support their use. The security benefit is mentioned in every paragraph. The correct answer is C. • ID use may make attendance-taking easier, but it is not an argument used by this writer. Question #7Standard: Reading Comprehension

    15. What effect would eliminating the examples criticizing mandatory ID policies have on the argument? • Eliminating the opposing argument weakens the paper because it’s like “burying your head in the sand”. A writer should always acknowledge the opposing argument and then provide evidence to refute or destroy that argument. • The correct answer is D. Question #8Standard: Literary Criticism

    16. Should the writer eliminate the quote by the ACLU’s legal director? • Ms. Lieberman’s organization is concerned with an individual’s civil rights so when she goes on record saying that wearing ID’s is not a violation of a person’s rights, it is an example of a credible source that supports the writer’s argument. Keeping this quote adds credibility to the argument. • The correct answer is C. Question #9Standard: Literary Criticism

    17. Record your score for Diagnostic #3! Are your reading and analytical skills improving? Analysis Chart