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  1. English 101:Final Exam review game Mrs. Pham Semester I Learning Target: Review key facts and information from first semester to prepare for your final exam. HW: Study for finals! Prepare your essay (with at least 6 quotes!).

  2. TERMS TO KNOW

  3. Put the following in the correct order: • Conflict • Resolution • Climax • Rising Action • Exposition • Falling Action

  4. The Correct Order Is: • Exposition • Rising Action • Conflict • Climax • Falling Action • Resolution

  5. Question: • List one method of characterization.

  6. Answer: • What a character says • What a character does • How a character acts or looks • What is said about a character

  7. Question: • Write a sentence in 1st person point of view.

  8. Answer: • I read the book The Secret Life of Bees. • Must use “I” or “me”.

  9. Question: • Who is the narrator in a story that is told from 1st person point of view?

  10. Answer: • One of the characters in the story • Example: “The Scarlet Ibis”, The Secret Life of Bees; “And Summer Was Gone”

  11. Question: • Describe an “omniscient” narrator.

  12. Answer: • Knows everything about all characters in the story • Knows all characters’ thoughts, actions, and feelings – not just one character’s.

  13. Question: • Describe a 3rd person limited point of view.

  14. Answer: • A 3rd person narrator • Only knows thoughts/feelings of one character, not all characters

  15. Question: • Give an example of a story we read that was told from a 3rd person limited point of view.

  16. Answer: • The Odyssey • Odysseus • “Button, Button”

  17. Question: • What is irony?

  18. Answer: • When something happens that is the opposite of what is expected to happen.

  19. Question: • What is dramatic irony?

  20. Answer: • When the reader or audience knows something that the characters don’t know.

  21. Question: • What is symbolism?

  22. Answer: • Something that represents something else.

  23. Question: • Give an example of symbolism from one of the texts that we read.

  24. Answer: • “The Cage”: fence • “Button, Button” : the button • Scarlet ibis: the scarlet ibis • SLB : Black Mary, bees

  25. Question: • What is foreshadowing?

  26. Answer: • Clues that will predict what will happen later in a story

  27. Question: • What is imagery?

  28. Answer: • Words that appeal to the five senses.

  29. Question: • Create your own simile.

  30. Question: • Create your own metaphor.

  31. Question: • Who is the protagonist in a story?

  32. Answer: • The main character or hero. • Pro = good

  33. Question: • Who is the protagonist in The Odyssey?

  34. Answer: • Odysseus

  35. Question: • Who is an antagonist?

  36. Answer: • The person who struggles against the protagonist in the story • Antag= against (like antagonize)

  37. WRITING PAPERS AND SPEECHES

  38. Question: • What did you include in the introduction of your hero speech?

  39. Answer: • Hook • Background information and main points (Bridge/narrowing) • Thesis

  40. Question: • Where is the thesis always located?

  41. Answer: • The last sentence of the introduction

  42. Question: Read the following thesis: Mother Teresa is a hero because she is selfless, caring, and religious. • What will the first body paragraph be about?

  43. Answer: • Mother Teresa is a hero because she is selfless.

  44. Question: Read the following thesis: Mother Teresa is a hero because she is selfless, caring, and religious. • What will be talked about last.

  45. Answer: • Mother Teresa is a hero because she is religious.

  46. Question: • What do you always include in a conclusion?

  47. Answer: • Restate thesis • Restate main points • End with memorable statement (clincher)

  48. Question: • What is the purpose of a literary analysis essay?

  49. Answer: • Closely examines a piece of literature • Make an argument • Convince your reader to believe you • You wrote a literary analysis paper on The Secret Life of Bees. • You used quotations as support.

  50. Question: • What is the purpose of a comparison paper?