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Literature/L.A.- 8th

Units 4 & 5 and Shakespeare pt 1

QuestionAnswer
Antagonist the bad guy
Actors during Shakespear's time included what? Women and Girls
Anon soon
Whence where
Hence away
What are three types of Irony? Dramatic, Verbal, Situational
Dramatice Irony a contradiction between what the character thinks and what the audience knows
Verbal Irony Words used to suggest what is meant
Situational Irony an event occurs that directly contradicts the expectation of the reader or audience.
What are 4 types of conflict man can have, Man Vs? man, himself, nature, society
Name four types of characters. static, dynamic, monologue, round and flat
Narrative a type of writing that tells a story or describes a sequence of evenets in an incident.
Allegory a story in which the characters and actions have a meaning beyond the surface meaning.
Ethos a rhetorical appeal that focuses on a person's character or qualifications.
Media Channels means of communication that is geard to a specific audience
communication a process of exchanging information between individuals that includes both verbal and nonverbal language
talking points key ideas that a speaker wishes to share in a persentation to support his or her
pathos An appeal to the readers' or listeners'senses or emotions through connotive language and imagery.
Point of view persepective from which a story is tod
logos the rhetorical appeal to reason or logic through statistics, facts and reasonal examples
Created by: chefgrace03