THIS IS With Your Host... Literary Terms Unit

THIS IS With Your Host... Literary Terms  Unit

THIS IS With Your Host... Literary Terms

Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Writing

Prep PART TWO 100 100

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200 200 200 200

200 200 300 300

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400 400 400 400

400 400 500 500

500 500 500 500

A category of literature A 100 The viewpoint of a writer

A 200 The choices an author makes as they create a text A 300 The art of effective

speaking or writing A 400 The different ways an audience can interpret or read a text

A 500 Method of Characterization? She walked on. The shadows hung from the oak trees to the road like curtains. Then she smelled wood smoke, and smelled the river, and she saw a steeple and the cabins

on their steep steps. B 100 Summarize the RESOLUTION of The Story of an Hour B 200

Identify ONE of the conflicts presented in Ambush B 300 Identify the difference in

DICTION between MLK, Jr. and Malcolm X B 400 Paraphrase this stanza from Longfellow: Not enjoyment, and not sorrow,

Is our destined end or way ; But to act, that each to-morrow Find us farther than to-day. B 500 Identify ONE of the conflicts from The Yellow

Wallpaper C 100 In Thank You Maam, the womans statement of Now aint you ashamed of yourself demonstrates

the author realistic word choice or __________. C 200 The literary technique used in Owl Creek Bridge to manipulate time.

C 300 DAILY Place A Wager DOUBLE C 400 The method of

characterization NOT utilized in The Tell Tale Heart C 400 Define the term tone and identify the specific tone of the

narrative poem The Raven C 500 Identify the textual structure of The Bill of Rights

D 100 Which unit reading included the nonfiction text feature of charts and graphs D 200

Which unit reading included background to provide context to explain an important legal text often delivered orally. D 300

Identify the perspective of The Declaration of Sentiments D 400 Which three texts

develop the idea of SelfReliance in the 1840s America D 500 Identify the purpose of The Declaration of Independence

E 100 Identify a rhetorical feature in The Declaration of Independence E 200

Identify the themes of The Declaration of Independence E 300 Identify how an authors choice of setting impacts one

of the course readings. E 400 Identify how an authors choice of plot structure impacts one of the

unit readings. E 500 Which literary lens is used when a reader considers Emily Dickinsons personal life

F 100 Identify the authors purpose in Adventures of Huckleberry Finn F 200

Identify an example of dramatic irony in The Crucible F 300 Arthur Millers use of prose in Act I

demonstrates which method of characterization F 400 Besides time period, contextualization reveals this difference between the

audience of Speech in Virginia Convention and readers today. (hint: 1775) F 500 The Final Jeopardy Category is: Persuasive Rhetoric and Argument Please record your wager.

Click on screen to begin Final Jeopardy: Identify the Four Parts of an Argument

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