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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When citing a direct quote from a text, use MLA format. figurative language in your book.
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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 AQuestion # 1Standard: Literary Analysis
What does the following line suggest about the relationship between the King and Falstaff: “the tutor and feeder of my riots” ?
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 BQuestion #4Standard: Reading Comprehension
What is the for thee thrice wider than for other men” ?tone of the King’s speech?
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
What effect would eliminating the examples criticizing mandatory ID policies have on the argument?