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Honors English 9

What are 3 reasons we tell myths
What is the most commom theme in creation myths
Pegasus and Bellerophon
Daedalus and Icarus
Pyramus and Thisbe
Jason and the Golden Fleece
Theseus and the Minotaur
Philemon and Baucis
According to Greek mythology, who are the parents of the Cyclops and Titans
What does Prometheus give humans
Where do Greek gods live
How are the Greek gods like humans? Different?
Why are Roman myths just like Greek myths
What is a "Pandora's box"
Imagination, to trace the path from civilized Man To man super close to Nature, and Lead us back to the time when the world was young and people were connected to Earth
Represent reality and The Human Condition
The god of love and beauty
The god of Sun, music, poetry, and Medicine
The God of War
the god of wisdom, war, and weaving
goddess of corn, grain, and the harvest
god of wine, agriculture, and fertility of nature
god of love
The god of the underworld
Queen of the gods and wife of Zeus
God of strength
Messenger God; god of Commerce, Travelers and thieves
Queen of the underworld and was once the goddess of spring
God of the sea, horses, and earthquakes
King of the Gods, and ruler of mankind
Half-man, half horse
three-headed dog
one eye on the middle of its forehead
three Earth dwellers that are Dragon like
She has snakes for hair
9 heads and lives in a swamp
half goat, half human
spirit of nature imagined as a beautiful maiden inhabiting rivers, woods, or other locations.
prophecy, knows everything
a winged horse
half eagle half pheasant
Giants that were very strong
Want to become a God but winged horse threw him off
build Labyrinth and then is imprisoned in it himself with son
story of Two Lovers who can't be together and take their own lives
goes on a long quest with Argonauts
volunteers to fight Minotaur to stop sacrificing his people to it
slays Medusa
virgin Huntress distracted by golden apples by her suitors
old couple who show Hospitality to gods and grow as one tree
Uranus and Gaea
Greek guys are like humans because of Temptations, Greek gods are different from humans because they are immortal
they're the same because it is same stories but different names
Temptation with unknown consequences
What is a "Herculean task" Task that seems impossible
why did Hercules have to perform the 12 labors To pay the price for killing his family
What are 3 reasons Hercules is the ggreatest Greek god great strength, character of extremes, and represents Good and Evil
According to Myth, what two things does Hercules create Milky way and Olympic gamea
What is an epic a long poem, typically one derived from ancient oral tradition, narrating the deeds and adventures of heroic or legendary figures or the history of a nation.
What are the four characteristics of an epic hero Superhuman strength, confidence and craftiness, helped or harmed by interfering jobs, and by his ideals and values comma and emerges Victorious in perilous situations
What is an epic plot A long complicated Journey
What is an epic setting Fantastic or exotic lands and involves more than one nation
What are common archetypes Temperatures, Trickster, Destroyer, Transgressor, and Hero
What are common epic themes Courage, homecoming, royalty, fate of a Nation, Beauty and life and death
What are the two causes of the Trojan War The kidnapping of Helen and The quarrel between Athena, Helen, And Aphrodite
What are the characteristics of an epic plot Strange creatures, large-scale events, divine intervention, and treacherous weather
Who is King Menelaus and who is King Priam Menelaus was a king of Mycenaean Sparta, the husband of Helen of Troy. Priam was the king of Troy during the Trojan War and youngest son of Laomedon.
Who is the face that launched a thousand ships Helen
Who kills Hector, what does he do with Hector's body Achilles, he put them on a girdle attached to his chariot and drag them around Troy
Who turns the tide in Trojan War in favor of the Greeks Hera
who does Paris killer piercing his heel, what term do we get from this incident Achilles, Achilles tendon or heel
How did the Greeks get inside the Trojan walls, who comes up with this plan They get inside through a trojan horse that is a "Gift", Odysseus comes up with this plan
Where is Odysseus's Homeland, who is he trying to get home to Odysseus Homeland is Ithaca, he is trying to get home to his wife Penelope and son telemachus
the Lotus Eaters some of Odysseus's men a Lotus nectar which made them forget the desire to get home
the Cyclops Cyclops trap Odysseus and his men but Odysseus tricked him and so they all escaped
the sirens Odysseus puts wax in the ears of his crew and Odysseus has his true time up so that the sirens song doesn't lead them to their deaths
Scylla and Charybdis Scylla wants to take six of Odysseus men and Charybdis wants to take Odysseus whole crew and ship
What is Penelope's dilemma The Dilemma is trying to decide if it really is Odysseus
What lesson does Odysseus's journey home and a Trojan War teach about the importance of the Gods Without the gods he would not have gotten home and the war would not have been over to the gods are important and they lead us through life
How long is the Trojan War, how long is Odysseus's journey home The Trojan War is 10 years long and Odysseus's journey home is also 10 years long
What does form refer to The poems structure
What are the characteristics of traditional Form Follows fixed rules, and has raised the Rhythm and rhyme patterns. Some examples are epic, old, Ballard, Sonic, haiku, and limerick
What are the characteristics of organic form Doesn't follow rules for form, doesn't have regular rhythm and often has no room, and may use unconventional spelling, punctuation, and grammar. Examples of free verse and concrete poetry
What are sound devices Alliteration, Assonance, Consonance, Onomatopoeia, and Rhyme
What is meter a regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in a poem
what is a rhyme scheme A pattern of end rhyme in a poem
What is scansion The notation of stressed and unstressed syllables in poetry
What is alliteration The repetition of consonant sounds in words, always in front
what is the difference between assonance and consonance assonance is the repetition of vowel sounds and consonance Is the repetition of consonant sounds
what is diction word choice
what is imagery Evokes sensory experiences for readers by appealing to the five senses
What is the difference between literal and figurative language literal is what it actually means and figurative is exaggerating it to make it seem worse or better or different than what it actually is
What are four examples of figurative language simile, metaphor, personification, and hyperbole
what is a simile a comparison between two unlike things contain the words like, as, or as if
What is a metaphor a comparison between two unlike things without like or as
what is personification a description of an object, an animal, place, or an idea in human terms
what is a hyperbole an exaggeration for emphasis or humor
what is a Shakespearean sonnet composed of three quatrains and a terminal couplet in iambic pentameter with the rhyme pattern abab cdcd efefgg
What is an elegy, describe the tone and diction in an elegy An extended meditative poem in which the speaker reflects on death or on an equally serious subject
what are the characteristics of a concrete poem it is a poem that creates the shape of a picture
what are the characteristics of an ode it has complex lyrics poem, develop the series theme and might highly praised something
what are the characteristics of a ballad a narrative poem that tells a story
what are the characteristics of a dramatic monologue a lyric poem in which a speaker addresses a silent or absent listener in a moment of high intensity as if engaged in private conversation
in literature what is the meaning of style the way a particular word is written, not what is said, but how it's said
what are four types of Style Formal, informal, journalistic, and literary
What are the characteristics of a formal style sophisticated language, complex sentences comma and rules of grammar
what are the characteristics of an informal style everyday conversation, contractions and slang, and simple sentences and fragments
what are the characteristics of a journalistic style Neutral words, simple sentences, and notices what said not who's talking
What are characteristics of a literary Style imagery to convey mood, long elaborate sentences, and gets to know the narrator
what is voice in literature the personality that comes across on the page
what three elements create voice in writing word choice, sentence structure, and tone
What is tone a writer's attitude toward a subject
what is a thesis statement, what is the best placement of a thesis statement a thesis statement is a sentence that states a strong opinion and his best place in the last sentence of the introduction paragraph
How is an introductory paragraph developed grab the reader's attention, said the name and author of the title of the short story, just a few lines give a brief account of the story, and include a thesis that states a strong opinion
What are topic sentences these are sentences which states one of the topics associated with your thesis combined with some assertion about how the topic will support the central idea
what are the different types of textual support summary, paraphrase, specific detail, and direct quotations
what is important to remember when using textual support the correct an effective use of textual evidence is vital to the success of the literary analysis essay
What is the proper way to integrate direct quotes in an essay carefully introduce and integrate it into your paper, put quotation marks around all briefly quoted material
what is the proper format for including lengthy quotes It should be separated from the text, should be double spaced and indented ten spaces from the left margin with the right margin the same as the rest of your paper
How are quotes correctly cited Place the page number or line number in parentheses right outside the quotations
what verb tense should be used when writing about literature present tense
what are the rules for punctuating quoted material If it is part of your sentence Place periods and commas instead of the quotations, When you need to include reference put the, or. Inside the quotation, If it is part of your own material Place question marks outside of the quotation marks
What is the proper format for quoting poetry more than three lines of poetry should be double-spaced and centered on the page
What is the correct format for referring to short stories, poems and novels When referring to short stories, problems, and essays they should be placed in quotation marks and when you're very into novels plays films and TV shows they should be underlined or italicized
how should transitional words be used they should be linking all of the paragraph of the essay
how should a conclusion paragraph be developed it should be a sense of closure with repeating / rephrasing the thesis Sentence
what is a synonym and an antonym Synonym- word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase in the same language,Antonym-a word opposite in meaning to another
What is the difference between denotation and connotation The denotation is the literal meaning of the word and the connotation is how you feel the words should be ment
being separated from your own familiar world Separation
invite Heroes into an adventure offered an opportunity to face the unknown and gain something a physical or spiritual value the call
someone who protects the Hero by keeping heroes from taking journey before the hero is ready Threshold Guardian
a God who keeps you focused on his or her goal and gives his or her stability a psychological foundation for when the danger is greatest A mentor
they usually appear at a critical point in the story Helpers
When the Journey Begins Initiation
The greatest challenge of the Journey The abyss
The dramatic change in the way one thinks or views life Revelation
when you are brought back to Everyday Life The Returned
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