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English I & Adv Review for Mid-Term Exam 2014
Transcript of English I & Adv Review for Mid-Term Exam 2014
for Mid-term Exam
Ms. Molly Seifert 2014
Terms and Concepts from Springboard Unit 1:
Imagery: Detailed description of the way something looks, sounds, smells, tastes, or feels.
Common Tone Words
Diction: Word choice used for a particular effect
Syntax: Sentence structure and its effect on the passage
Any type of writing in paragraph form. Examples
include short stories, novels, essays, etc.
(All literary terms)
ethical appeals; the speaker is a credible source of information
1. Introduction / Hook
3. Support / Evidence
7. Call to Action
Tone: Speaker's attitude toward the subject
Explain why these sentences DO NOT contain imagery.
1. She is so pretty.
2. Pizza is delicious.
Voice: the writer's distinctive use of language (diction + syntax + imagery + tone)
emotional appeals; sympathy or empathy
Appeal to logic
Rhetoric: The art of persuasion
(English I only) Concepts from the novel, Speak
(English I Advanced only) House On Mango Street
Re-read your study guide and test from this novel.
Re-read your study guide and test for this novel.
**See my other prezis about pronouns for more information.**
(See previous prezi on prepositions.)
Subjects and Predicates
Direct and Indirect Objects
Predicate Adjectives and Predicate Nominatives
Direct and Indirect Quotations
Denotation and Connotation
Point of View
Analogies: figurative and literal
Characterization: direct and indirect