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Sophomore Fall Final

10th fall final 2013

Expository essays.... Explain
Expository essays last sentence in the introduction paragraph is called... a Thesis
Persuasion essays... tries to convince others
A Persuasion essays last sentence in the introduction paragraph is called... a position statement
primary types of evidence used in expository essays are... typical, hpothetical, general, and personal anecdote
Appeals to the speakers character, ethics, trust Ethos
Appeal that uses logic - facts and figures Logos
Appeal that uses strong emotions Pathos
What is Syntax Sentence structure
What is Imagery something that triggers or uses one or more of the five senses
What is Diction Word choice Connotation or Denotation
What is Language Formal, business, slang, casual, dialects
DIDLS Diction, Imagery, Details, Language, Syntax
What are Details Facts that are chosen or omitted in order to convey a specific feeling or attitude
Some TONE words would be.... Humorous, threatening, somber, annoyance, admiration, showy
Alliteration is... a repetition of letters/sounds at beginning of words such as: Aunt Ally's Alligators Ate Apples All Afternoon or Blue Berries are Bursting with flavor.
Personification is... giving a human characteristic to a non-human object such as: the TREES whispered or, the SUN grew.
Simile is... a comparison using LIKE or AS
Repetition is .... a word or phrase used more than once
Tone is... the attitude of a piece or section of writing
Foreshadowing.... when one event indicates the coming of a similar event... example: when Carlson killed Candy's dog in a mercy killing it FORESHADOWED George killing Lennie - also a mercy killing so that Curley(who wanted to kill Lennie) wouldn't make him suffer.
Created by: THSENG3
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