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    3) How-To packet is due the day after you present
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    Use the review review sheet to{English 9SP Final Exam Review 2017.doc} to prepare for
    Wednesday, May 31, 2017, Day 4
    ENGLISH 8A (periods 3, 5, 7, 8):
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    Drama: Romeo and Juliet ~William~William Shakespeare
    Short Story: “The Most Dangerous Game” ~ Richard Connell
    “The Birds” ~ Daphne du Maurier
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    Literary Terms Review
    2016-2017 FINAL EXAM
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    for each.
    Use the page numbers below from your Course Pack and Unit Packets.**
    Term
    ...
    -All people, in varying degrees, have the capacity for compassion.
    -It is characteristic of humans to want to learn.
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    among humans.
    -One’s attitude toward death speaks of his/her philosophy on life.
    -Danger affects character.
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    Homework:
    1) Get in any back work/calendars
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    Use the review review sheet to{Review Sheet Eng 8.docx} to prepare for
    SP ENGLISH 9 (period 1)
    Today we wrote the essay portion of our final exam using the planning maps we created in advance.
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  4. page SP Final Exam Review edited {2017 SP review (3).doc} Drama: Romeo and Juliet ~William Shakespeare Short Story: “The Most …
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    Drama: Romeo and Juliet ~William Shakespeare
    Short Story: “The Most Dangerous Game” ~ Richard Connell
    “The Birds” ~ Daphne du Maurier
    “Without Words” ~ Elliot Merrick
    “The Scarlet Ibis” ~ James Hurst
    “Witness for the Prosecution” ~ Agatha Christie
    “Adventure of the Dancing Men” ~ Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
    “Harrison Bergeron” ~ Kurt Vonnegut
    “The Yellow Wallpaper” ~ Charlotte Perkins Gilman
    “Raymond’s Run” ~ Toni Cade Bambara
    Novel: Of Mice and Men ~ John Steinbeck
    Non-Fiction: Hiroshima ~ John Hersey
    Other: Shaking Hands with Shakespeare ~Allison Wedell Schumacher
    Love That Dog ~ Sharon Creech
    Assorted Poetry (see packet or Wiki)
    The Format: This exam will be given in two parts, separately.
    June 22 Part I. – 50 Multiple Choice Questions
    These will be on literary elements, literary devices and the specific literature we have read this year.
    May 31 Part II – Essay
    The essay will involve a choice of prompts. You will be expected to respond to one prompt using details from your choice(s) of literary works read in class this year.
    How to Prepare:
    1) Review literary terms/devices found in your Course Pack (p. 27-54) and on your handouts:
    *See Poetry Graphic Org., Short Story Analysis Sheets, and misc. handouts.
    2) Review packets for each unit. Review packet study guide questions to help jog your memory.
    3) Review proper citation format and work cited entries (Course Pack – Section 4 and Section 5)
    4) Review the plagiarism policy/definition (Course Pack – Section 5, p. 2)
    3) Review Multiple Choice / Reading Comprehension strategies (Course Pack – Section 3)
    4) Review CUCC / proper essay writing format / HIDDEN / Essay Map (Course Pack - Section 4)
    Remember to proofread your essay carefully!!
    Literary Terms Review
    2016-2017 FINAL EXAM
    To prepare for the Final Exam you should make certain that you know the definitions of all terms listed on this review sheet. In addition to knowing the definitions, you should also be comfortable identifying examples for each.
    Use the page numbers below from your Course Pack and Unit Packets.**
    Term
    Course Pack Page(s)
    Poetry Packet Page(s)
    Connotation / Denotation
    33-34
    8
    Rhythm
    50
    10
    Rhyme
    50
    9, 10, 31
    End Rhyme
    35
    9, 31, 36
    Internal Rhyme
    39
    9, 10, 31, 32, 36
    Forced Rhyme
    38
    31, 34, 65
    Rhyme Scheme
    50
    31, 54, 56
    Tone
    53-55
    10, 42, 45
    Mood
    43
    10
    Allusion
    27
    11, 33
    Imagery
    39
    11
    Theme
    53
    11, 21-22
    Refrain
    48
    11, 32
    Alliteration
    27
    12, 15, 36
    Onomatopoeia
    44
    13, 15
    Personification
    46
    14, 15, 46
    Sensory Language
    50
    15
    Simile
    51
    16, 18, 40
    Metaphor
    42
    17, 18, 40, 43
    Extended Metaphor
    43
    43
    Hyperbole
    39
    18
    Course Pack Page(s)
    Course Pack Page(s)
    Poetry Packet Page(s)
    Oxymoron
    45
    18
    Juxtaposition
    41
    19
    Repetition
    49
    19
    Irony
    40
    19
    Cliché
    31
    23-24
    Pun
    48
    28
    Idiom
    39
    25-27
    Dialect
    34
    42
    Dialogue
    35
    32-39
    Free Verse
    38
    4-5
    Sonnet
    51
    49-51
    Line
    42
    29-30
    Stanza
    51
    1, 29
    Couplet
    33
    29-30
    Quatrain
    48
    29-30
    Lyrical Poetry
    42
    58
    Narrative Poetry
    43
    32-39, 58, 54, 56
    Prose
    47
    2
    Poetry/Verse
    46, 54
    2
    1st Person Narration
    44
    5, 32-39, 42, 45, 54, 56
    3rd Person Narration
    44
    46, 62
    Common themes in literature to think about:-Do we want to leave this on here, or just on the separate review sheet?
    -Moral (vs. physical) courage is the hallmark of heroism.
    -All people, in varying degrees, have the capacity for compassion.
    -It is characteristic of humans to want to learn.
    -Faith and determination are saving characteristics among humans.
    -One’s attitude toward death speaks of his/her philosophy on life.
    -Danger affects character.
    Term
    Course Pack Page(s)
    Short Story Packet Page(s)
    Plot
    46
    A-112
    Setting
    50
    A-112
    1st Person Narration
    44
    A-112
    3rd Person Narration
    44
    A-112
    Point of View
    (limited, omniscient, objective)
    47
    A-112
    *unreliable narrator
    Conflict
    32
    A-112, 115
    Theme
    53
    A-112
    Foreshadowing
    38
    A-112
    Characterization
    29-30
    A-113
    Symbolism
    53
    A-113
    Irony
    40
    A-113
    Flashback
    37
    A-113
    Cliffhanger
    31
    A-113
    Ratiocination
    48
    A-114
    Red Herring
    48
    A-114
    Retardation
    49
    A-114
    Static vs. Dynamic Character
    29
    A-114
    Tone
    53
    A-114
    Suspense
    52
    A-114
    Protagonist/Antagonist
    29
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    Satire
    50
    A-109
    Terms From
    Shaking Hands with Shakespeare (see your packets/quiz)
    Farce
    Prologue
    Tragic Flaw
    Slapstick
    Ingénue
    Soliloquy
    Innuendo
    Master of Revels
    Groundling
    Pun
    Bard
    Star-Crossed
    Dramatis Personae
    Comic Relief
    Iambic Pentameter

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  5. page SP Final Exam Review edited SP English 2016 Review Sheet {2017 {2017 SP review (3).doc} Literature: Drama: Romeo an…

    SP English 2016 Review Sheet
    {2017
    {2017 SP review (3).doc}
    Literature:
    Drama:
    Romeo and Juliet ~William Shakespeare
    Short Stories:
    “The Most Dangerous Game” ~Richard Connell
    “The Birds” ~Daphne du Maurier
    “Without Words” ~Elliot Merrick
    “The Scarlet Ibis” – James Hurst
    “Witness for the Prosecution” ~Agatha Christie
    “Adventure of the Dancing Men” ~Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
    “Harrison Bergeron” ~Kurt Vonnegut
    “The Yellow Wallpaper” ~Charlotte Perkins Gilman
    “Raymond’s Run” ~Toni Cade Bambara
    Novels:
    Of Mice and Men ~John Steinbeck
    Other:
    Shaking Hands with Shakespeare ~Allison Wedell Schumacher
    Love That Dog ~Sharon Creech
    Assorted Poetry (see packet or Wiki)
    Assorted Nonfiction (see packet or Wiki)
    The Format:
    Part I. – 50 Multiple Choice Questions
    These will be on literary elements, literary devices and the specific literature we have read this year.
    Part II – Essay
    The essay will involve a choice of prompts. You will be expected to respond to one prompt using details from your choice(s) of literary works read in class this year.
    How to Prepare:
    1) Review literary terms/devices found in your Course Pack (p. 26-44) and on your handouts:
    *See Poetry Graphic Org., Short Story Analysis Sheets, and misc. handouts.
    2) Review packets for each unit. Review packet study guide questions to help jog your memory.
    3) Review proper citation format and work cited entries (Course Pack – Section 5)
    4) Review the plagiarism policy/definition (Course Pack – Section 5, p. 2)
    3) Review Multiple Choice / Reading Comprehension strategies (Course Pack – Section 3)
    4) Review CUCC / proper essay writing format / HIDDEN / Essay Map (Course Pack - Section 4, p. 107)
    Remember to proofread your essay carefully!!**
    Terminology:
    Point of View (first person, third person, omniscient, unreliable, mixed)
    Setting
    Theme
    Characterization (development)
    Dynamic Characters
    Static Characters
    Suspense
    Plot (climax)
    Conflict
    Irony
    Foreshadowing
    Cliffhanger
    Ratiocination
    Red Herring
    Retardation
    Symbolism
    Sonnet
    Haiku
    Allusion
    Onomatopoeia
    Rhyme/Rhyme Scheme
    Metaphor
    Simile
    Hyperbole
    Rhythm
    Tone
    Imagery
    Sensory Language
    Oxymoron
    Juxtaposition
    Mood
    Personification
    Alliteration
    Repetition
    End Rhyme
    Forced Rhyme
    Internal Rhyme
    Free Verse
    Couplet
    Refrain
    Dialect
    Prologue
    Drama
    Comedy
    Tragedy
    Dramatis Personae
    Common themes in literature to think about:
    -Moral vs. physical courage is the hallmark of heroism.
    -All people, in varying degrees, have the capacity for compassion.
    -It is characteristic of humans to want to learn.
    -Faith and determination are saving characteristics among humans.
    -Death
    -The effects of danger on character

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    SP English 2016 Review Sheet
    {2016 Final Exam Review English 9SP.pdf}
    {2017 SP review (3).doc}
    Literature:
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