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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

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  1. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

  2. The Black Cat

  3. The pedestrian

  4. Montgomery Bus Boycott

  5. Figurative language

  6. Stuff you need to know!

  7. The Pedestrian MBB Figurative Language Stuff you need! The LoSH The BC $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  8. In what year does the action of the play take place? • A 1790 C 1900 • B 1820 D 1950

  9. One of the villagers tells Ichabod, “But be wary. There’s mischief in the air.” This is an example of: A metaphor C hyperbole B allusion D foreshadowing

  10.  The people of Sleepy Hollow like Ichabod because . . . • A he’s rich. B he’s handsome. • C he’s the schoolmaster, and they think he’s smart. • D they believe he’ll defeat the Headless Horseman.

  11. Which word best describes a character trait of • BromBones? • A clever • B timid • C eccentric • D gruff

  12. What happens at the Von Tassel’s party? A Villagers tell Ichabod stories of ghosts. B Brom fights with Ichabod. C Ichabod proposes to Katrina. D The Headless Horseman appears.

  13. The Black Cat • The tone of “The Black Cat” is ____________________________. • A. suspenseful and terrifying • B. light and amusing • C. cheerful and lighthearted

  14. There are several conflicts in Poe’s story. The main conflict, however, is between • A. the narrator’s wife and their first cat • B. the narrator and the police • C. the narrator and himself • D.thenarrator’s wife and their second cat

  15. From whose point of view is “The Black Cat” told? • The story is told by the murderer who is the main character in the story. This is the first-person point of view. • B. The story is told by a police officer who observed the action. This is third- person point of view. • C. The story is told by the author who is not a character in the story. This is third-person point of view.

  16. The narrator of the story said,” I soon drowned in wine all memory of the deed.” • This means he_________________. • A. drank a lot of wine in order to forget what he had done. • B. had a very bad memory. • C. nearly died because he drank too much wine.

  17. Who is the protagonist in “The Black Cat”? • a. The black cat b. the narrator c. the wife • d. Edgar Alan Poe

  18. The story is set in a world best described as? a. futuristic b. lively c. solitary d. ironic

  19. The mood of the story can best be described as? a. somber b. heartbreaking c. peaceful d. lighthearted

  20. The story is based on what year? • a. 1985 • b. 2053 • c. 2055 • d. 1999

  21. In “The Pedestrian,” who was in the police car when they stopped Mr. Mead? a. 2 police officers b. no one c. a police dog d. 1 police officer

  22. What type of figurative language is the author using when he states, “Only his shadow moving like the shadow of a hawk?” a. simile b. metaphor c. foreshadowing d. irony

  23. What time period did the civil rights movement occur? • a. 1564-1616 • b. 1801-1849 • c. 1948-1968

  24. What were individuals fighting for during the Montgomery Boycott? a. equal rights in restaurants b. equal rights in public transportation c. equal rights in shopping plazas

  25. Which individual stood up for herself and refused to give up her seat? a. Coretta Scott King b. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. c. Rosa Parks

  26. What would this piece of writing best be considered? a. nonfiction b. fiction c. science fiction

  27. In the passage “Fear was an invisible presence at the meeting along with courage and hope,” which literary device is being used? a. metaphor b. personification c. hyperbole d. irony

  28. a struggle between two forces.

  29. . a comparison using like or as

  30. the time and place at which a story takes place

  31. when a character looks back to give the reader insight into something that previously happened

  32. Daily Double!!

  33. hinting at events to come; the reader can often make a prediction

  34. What does the R In Race stand for?

  35. What does the A In Race stand for?

  36. What does the C In race stand for?

  37. What does the E in RACE stand for?

  38. Why do we write Race model answers?

  39. Final Jeopardy

  40. Tell me in one paragraphwhat your favorite thing about this class is?!?