Review #1

Things you should know:

 

  1. This is a quiz game, so it’s a quiz grade.
  2. You may work with are two or three people but this is NOT a team grade.
  3. Individual grades will be given and individual papers will be completed.
  4. You may discuss each question with your team but whatever you put on your paper is up to you, and whatever you’ve put on your paper is what your grade will be based upon.
  5. You may not use outside sources (with the obvious exception of #s 18 & 19.
  6. You must submit your answer sheets to my desk by the end of class. This is NOT homework. Any answer sheets not left on my desk at the end of class will be considered as late submissions.
  7. This activity is worth a possible 100 pts.
  1. What’s the definition of the word theocracy?
  2. Use the word swanky in a sentence.
  3. What’s the definition of the word hemorrhage?
  4. Use the word paradox in a sentence.
  5. Write a different conjugation of the word sadistic.
  6. What’s the definition of the word allegory?
  7. What’s the definition of the word incognito?
  8. Write a definition for the word Wit.
  9. Use the word ostracized in a sentence.
  10. Write a synonym and an antonym for the word phony.
  1. main clause,main clause = .

 

Circle one: Comma Splice/ Fused Sentence

 

  1. main clause+ � + main clause= .

 

Circle one: Comma Splice/ Fused Sentence

 

 

 

  1. List the four ways to correct a comma splice or fused sentence

 

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  1. Julie is a real hypochondriac when her stomach hurts, she is certain that she has a bleeding ulcer, and if she has a backache, she believes that she has cancer of the spine. Circle one: Comma Splice/ Fused Sentence. Correct it.

 

  1. My cat Buster loves to nap on warm appliances when he sleeps on top of the television, his tail swipes the screen like a windshield wiper. Circle one: Comma Splice/ Fused Sentence. Correct it.

 

  1. Coordinating conjunctions are also called the FANBOYS. List the word that each letter of FANBOYS stands for.

F =

A =

N =

B =

O =

Y =

S =

 

  1. List at least three subordinate conjunctions.

 

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  1. Create a correctly formatted MLA citation for Catcher In the Rye.

 

 

 

  1. Go to this website <http://zapatopi.net/treeoctopus/&gt; and create a correctly formatted MLA citation.

 

 

 

 

  1. A &P by _______________________________ and written in _____________________________

 

  1. __________________________ by Charlotte Perkins Gilman and written in _______________

 

  1. Indian Education by _________________________ and written in ________________________

 

  1. Catcher in the Rye by JD Salinger and written in ______________________________

 

  1. The Crucible by ______________________ and written in _____________________________

 

  1. Complete this list for The Catcher In the Rye by providing an example of each:

 

protagonist ____________________________________

antagonist ____________________________________

foil ____________________________________

round character ____________________________________

flat character ____________________________________

dynamic character ____________________________________

static character ____________________________________

plot conflict ____________________________________

inciting incident ____________________________________

rising action ____________________________________

falling action ____________________________________

resolution ____________________________________

theme ____________________________________

motif ____________________________________

symbol ____________________________________

tone ____________________________________

mood ____________________________________

setting ____________________________________

diction ____________________________________

irony ____________________________________

epiphany ____________________________________

metaphor ____________________________________

  1. Complete this list for Indian Education by providing an example of each:

 

protagonist ____________________________________

antagonist ____________________________________

foil ____________________________________

round character ____________________________________

flat character ____________________________________

dynamic character ____________________________________

static character ____________________________________

plot conflict ____________________________________

inciting incident ____________________________________

rising action ____________________________________

falling action ____________________________________

resolution ____________________________________

theme ____________________________________

motif ____________________________________

symbol ____________________________________

tone ____________________________________

mood ____________________________________

setting ____________________________________

diction ____________________________________

irony ____________________________________

metaphor ____________________________________

allusion ___________________________________

  1. What is Coming of age literature?
  1. How are the following examples of coming of age literature?

A &P:

 

The Yellow Wallpaper:

 

Indian Education:

 

Catcher in the Rye:

 

The Crucible:

  1. Draw a Venn diagram depicting the similarities and differences between The Crucible and Half Hanged Mary. Include at least ten pieces of information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Arthur Miller life facts:
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  7. JD Salinger life facts:
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  13. If your team completed ALL the questions you get +17.
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