The common core of the vocabulary (the basic vocabulary). stylistically neutral words characterized by high frequency cover the greater portion of every utterance names of things and phenomena of the surrounding nature ( sun, moon, water, fire, earth, snow, rain ),By Sophia
IOC Tips. Study. 1. Read major speeches of Hamlet, know two or three key scenes well. 2. Read plot summary of Song of Solomon , reread two or three key scenes from Part 1 and Part 2. Know character names. 3. Look over literary terms. . During the 20 minute prep time.By ronli
IRLA Lite. November 12, 2013. A New Way of Thinking…. The IRLA is much more diagnostic than our past leveling systems. It helps us dig deeper into how the student is reading and discover exactly what skills they need to improve on .By quasar
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LITERARY VOCABULARY. WHAT IS…. Characterization?. It’s the way a writer brings a character to life. Character traits. honest. dishonest. a character’s behaviors or qualities such as honesty and dishonest . Character. Who or what the story is written about. Major conflict.
LITERARY VOCABULARY. WHAT IS…. PLOT. BASIC SITUATION. CLIMAX. EVENTS. EVENTS. RISING ACTION. FALLING ACTION. BASIC SITUATION. RESOLUTION. series of related events that make up a story. Basic situation.
Literary Terms (Vocabulary). “100 Years” Five for Fighting. Paradox. A statement that seems absurd or self-contradictory but turns out to be true. Dynamic Character. A character who changes. Allusion.
Literary Elements Vocabulary. August 26, 2008. Alliteration. Repetition of the same or similar consonant sounds in words that are close together. The big, blue butterfly. Allusion.
LITERARY TERMS AND VOCABULARY. Literary Terms. Motif - A recurring element, such as a type of incident, a device, an image, or reference, which appears frequently in a work of literature .
Vocabulary and Literary Elements. English II. Unit 1 - Vocabulary and Literary Elements Study for Quizzes and Tests. Regally Ostentatiously Notorious Repressed impertinent Characterization Swing Assonance Consonance Rhyme Rhyme Scheme Imagery Simile Metaphor
IMPORTANT LITERARY TERM VOCABULARY . Vocabulary--Contents. analogy attitude author’s craft c onnotative & denotative meaning first & third person foreshadowing flashback infer mood outline. paired selection paraphrase plot simile story variants style supporting details symbolism
Vocabulary and literary terms . Swamper. Definition: a handyman; someone who performs odd jobs often involving cleaning Ex. John Smith was the swamper that worked cleaning the bunkhouse. Stable Buck. Definition: Stable buck is a black man who works in a stable.
Vocabulary and literary terms. By Sam Tofighi Spring 2012 Mrs. Foppiano. Introduction:. Vocabulary and literary terms which are going to be mentioned in the story. Pictures and example to understand them better. vocabulary. Swamper.