ELA Grades 9-12 Unit 4 ANALYZ E Definition:

ELA Grades 9-12 Unit 4 ANALYZ E Definition: Picture: To examine critically, so as to bring out the essential elements or give the essence of: to analyze a poem . To examine carefully and in detail so as to identify causes, ke y factors, possible results, et c. Synonyms: Break down Explicate

ELA Grades 9-12 Unit 4 Definition: DEFIN ES To state or set forth th e meaning of. To explain or identify the nature or essential qualities of. To fix or lay down clearly and definitely. To determine or fix th e boundaries or extent of. To make clear the outline or form of. Picture: Synonyms: State Name Describe Detail Enumerate

ELA Grades 9-12 Unit 4 IMAGER Y Definition: Picture: Imagery is a noun to describe the way things or ideas seem in your mind or in art or literature. Synonyms: Imagination Imagining Mental imagery ELA Grades 9-12 Unit 4 Definition:

IRONY Reserve irony for situations where there's a gap between reality and expectations, especially when such a gap is created for dramatic or humorous effect. Witty language used to convey insults or scorn. Picture: Synonyms: Sarcasm Satire Caustic remark ELA Grades 9-12 Unit 4 Definition: AUDIEN

CE An audience can be people watching a performance, or an opportunity to speak with someone important, like an audience with your favorite actor at a "meet and greet" event. Gathering of spectators or listeners at a (usually public) performance. Picture: Synonym: Consultation Interview Hearing Readership AUTHOR Unit 4 S Picture: Definition: PURPOS E

ELA Grades 9-12 Author's purpose is the reason or reasons an author has for writing a selection. If readers enjoyed what they read, one of the author's purposes may have been to entertain. If students learn while they are reading, one of the author's purposes may have been to inform. Why do authors write? Persuade Inform Entertain ELA Grades 9-12 Unit 4

Definition: MOOD Are you feeling good or bad, cheerful or irritable right now? This is your mood. A characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary) state of feeling. Verb inflections that express how the action or state is conceived by the speaker. Picture: Synonyms: Humor Temper Climate Mode

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