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Literary Terms Jeopardy

Literary Terms Jeopardy

Literary Terms Jeopardy English 9 Directions for online viewing: Use the Internet Explorer Browser, not Netscape. When viewing in Internet Explorer, click the Slide Show button found in the lower-left corner of the screen to view as a presentation. Literary Terms Jeopardy Rhyme Time Word

By liam
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SONNETS

SONNETS

SONNETS. Let me not to the marriage of true minds. Race to find the word definitions in your groups. PRIZE FOR EACH DEFINITION PUT ON BOARD!. Word definitions. Impediment :____________________ Tempests:_______________________ Bark:___________________________

By ostinmannual
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Literary Terms Jeopardy

Literary Terms Jeopardy

Literary Terms Jeopardy. English 9. Directions for online viewing:. Use the Internet Explorer Browser, not Netscape. When viewing in Internet Explorer, click the Slide Show button found in the lower-left corner of the screen to view as a presentation. Literary Terms Jeopardy. Rhyme Time.

By andrew
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Intonation

Intonation

Intonation. English Phonetics and Phonology Lesson 6A. The functions of intonation. Attitudinal function Accentual function Grammatical function Discourse function. Speech may be divided into tone units. Each tone unit is composed of:. A tonic syllable (obbligatory)

By mason
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Iambic Pentameter and Sonnets

Iambic Pentameter and Sonnets

Iambic Pentameter and Sonnets. Iambic Pentameter. A sound pattern Kept things moving in the play (like a drum beat) Made the words & play more interesting Helped the actors remember their lines (like a song). Iambic. IAM: one unaccented (or unstressed) syllable with one accented syllable

By lindsay
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Blank Verse and Iambic Pentameter

Blank Verse and Iambic Pentameter

Blank Verse and Iambic Pentameter. Definition and Example. Shakespeare wrote his plays almost entirely in blank verse —unrhymed lines of iambic pentameter , in which a line generally has five unstressed syllables each followed by a stressed syllable:

By sanjiv
(761 views)

SONNETS

SONNETS

SONNETS. Let me not to the marriage of true minds. Race to find the word definitions in your groups. PRIZE FOR EACH DEFINITION PUT ON BOARD!. Word definitions. Impediment :____________________ Tempests:_______________________ Bark:___________________________

By jagger
(244 views)

Syllables

Syllables

Syllables. Most of us have an intuitive feeling about syllables No doubt about the number of syllables in the majority of words. However, there is no agreed upon definition for the term syllable.

By ophelia
(328 views)

How Do I scan Latin?

How Do I scan Latin?

How Do I scan Latin?. The rhythm of Latin poetry is defined by its meter. The meter in turn is made up of feet . The feet are made up of a series of long and short syllables. The rhythm of English poetry is defined by its meter. The meter in turn is made up of feet .

By kesia
(172 views)

Introduction to William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

Introduction to William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

Introduction to William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. Part 1: Drama Terms for Julius Caesar. 1. Soliloquy – A lengthy speech in which a character alone on stage expresses his/her inner thoughts aloud.

By ramiro
(230 views)

Objectives of the Course

Objectives of the Course

English Pronunciation for Communication A Practical Course for Students of English By Wang Guizhen Faculty of English Language & Culture Guangdong University of Foreign Studies. Objectives of the Course.

By freya
(528 views)

The language of shakespeare’s plays

The language of shakespeare’s plays

The language of shakespeare’s plays. Written primarily using blank verse and prose: Blank verse: unrhymed iambic pentameter Prose: written or spoken language in its ordinary form, without metrical structure Iambic Pentameter: a rhyme scheme in which each line consists of ten syllables

By aldis
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4/19/16 – Quick Write

4/19/16 – Quick Write

4/19/16 – Quick Write. Choose one of the quotes about poetry on the “Observations About Poetry Sheet” and write a three sentence response.

By devin
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Poetry

Poetry

Poetry. Life…with rhythm. A Practical Definition of Poetry. Poetry is a collection of words carefully arranged to affect the reader in a certain way. It does not have to rhyme . It does not have to follow the rules (of grammar). It does not have to be about love .

By ull
(359 views)

Literary Terms Jeopardy

Literary Terms Jeopardy

Literary Terms Jeopardy. English 9. Directions for online viewing:. Use the Internet Explorer Browser, not Netscape. When viewing in Internet Explorer, click the Slide Show button found in the lower-left corner of the screen to view as a presentation. Literary Terms Jeopardy. Rhyme Time.

By arama
(157 views)

V.4. Robert Frost

V.4. Robert Frost

V.4. Robert Frost. Focus of Study Life Experience Literary Career Point of View Style Representative Poems. V.4.Robert Frost. One of America's leading 20th-century poets. A four-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize. An essentially pastoral poet. The unofficial poet laureate of America.

By channer
(196 views)

Gerunds and Infinitives

Gerunds and Infinitives

Gerunds and Infinitives. Not an easy choice!. Before we start on this subject. What are the six forms of the English verb? Base Past Infinitive ‘s’ form Present Perfect (or ‘ing’ form) Past Perfect. Verbals have some of the characteristics of verbs.

By shay
(645 views)

Poetry and prose

Poetry and prose

Poetry and prose. Blank verse Shakespeare wrote most widely in blank verse . This is a type of poetry that does not rhyme, but instead follows a pattern of stresses called iambic pentameter .

By maya
(155 views)

DRAMA

DRAMA

DRAMA. Literary Terms. Character types. round: many different traits (faults & virtues) flat: only one trait static: does not change dynamic: develops and grows during story foil: character who provides contrast for another character. Characterization.

By sen
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RUDYARD KIPLING

RUDYARD KIPLING

IF. RUDYARD KIPLING. ABOUT THE AUTHOR. RUDYARD KIPLING. Born in Bombay, India, but gained most of his education in England Returned to India to work for a newspaper as a journalist Became chiefly known for his short stories Achieved fame quickly Kipling married Caroline Starr Balestier

By lindley
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