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Langu Arts Final

7th grade Language Arts Final

The use of language to convey meaning other than what is stated irony
A work written by an author about himself autobiography
to over convey something to make something sound more than it is exaggeration
A non-fiction account in which the author tells the true events that make up the life of a real person other than himself biography
a type of irony that takes form in an type of mock praise sarcasm
a work that contains events invented by the author fiction
hinting events which will occur later within a story foreshadowing
prose that tells of real people and events non-fiction
giving human characteristics to someone that is not human personification
the repetition of terminal constant sounds (as in bit, fright, let...) consonance
a reference within a work to something else usually another artistic work illusion
the repetition of words or phrases at the beginnings of lines of poetry anaphora
poetry with no distinguishable rhyme, meter or line length free verse
the point of view in which the narrator as one of the characters refers to himself as I throughout the piece first person
the point of view in which the narrator refers to the characters as he, she, they or it third person
a character who changes as the story progresses developing character
the main character of a story protagonist
the repetition of initial consonant sounds alliteration
a pair of rhymed lines couplet
rhyme between words that sound similar but do not display perfect rhyme slant rhyme
an expression of one thing in terms of another metaphor
descriptive words or phrases used to create an impression imagery
the final outcome of a story and the last element of the plot resolution
a reference to events that occurred before the action of the main story flashback
a pause in the middle of a line of poetry usually indicated by a mark of punctuation caesura
the repetition of similar vowel sounds in a series of words assonance
rhyme that occurs between words spelled similarly but having different pronunciations as in dough, rough eye rhyme
a type of rhyme that occurs between words within a single line of poetry internal rhyme
a character with little individuality whose mind set the reader knows little about flat character
a character whose personality is well defined by the author round character
a character who remains essentially the same throughout the story static character
type of wordplay in which the author combines two meanings in a sentence pun
dialogue written to reflect qualities of the characters speech dialect
a story in which the heroes deeds and skills are exagerated tall tale
a poem that tells a story narrative poem
In the land of the pilgrim's fathers, what did they want? Freedom to worship God
What is the climax of Jimmy Yellow Hawk? When he comes home with a mink
In Crossing the Plains, What is the scene being described? The American Pioneers in the mid-west
Which poems/stories focus on fathers? Speed Adjustments, The blanket, The secret heart, & the split cherry tree
What's the main lesson in Monte takes charge of the barter store? Work hard to achieve your goals, do what the economy demands if you are trying to run a store.
What lesson can we learn from the wright brothers? Never give up, if u keep working hard u will accomplish ur goals, & u can learn from others mistakes.
Main lesson from Nancy Hanks? He had a hard childhood but he can still become successful.
In the Days Demand, what charateristic does a successful leader need? Honest, smart, & work hard
In the story Charlie Colson, what did Charlie tell the doctor? He would live until the doctor excepted Christ.
What did Ennette want to read? the Bible
In the story the Crusifiction, Vinigar boy doesn't want to be adopted by Nicolas because... he didn't think he was worthy
In the 2 went up to the temple to pray, what are we supposed to learn from it? u have to pray from ur heart
In the Soloist, why did Homer not want to play in front of everyone? He was afraid they would laugh at him.
In the split cherry tree, why did Luster resent his son's punishment? The dad didn't understand the teacher's way of punishment.
In Mr. Chairman, The kid kids think the final counsel meeting is about? getting a dog
In death, what did they do everyday? They sat at the table & read the Bible
those winter sundays & the secret heart focused on what? love from dads to sons
In the courage that my mother had, what represented courage? A rock
What was Petey's reaction to his father's decision by sending his grandpa away? He was mad
What does little Jimmy do to get a new name? He caught a mink
What's the danger of using proud words? You can't get them back
What clues tell us that Casey may not hit a home run? He's cocky, & over confident. The crowd thinks he's perfect at baseball
The fools's prayer alludes to what biblical prayer The publican & the pharisees
In the split Cherry tree what is the key to the future education
What is the journey refered to in the first lesson? life or independence
What did old yeller save the family from? A bear
in a love story sort of, what can money not buy? LOVE
What is the irony in How we kept mothers day? The were selfish and kept it from their mother...they made her work
"That ain't my style" Casey at the bat
"God & the alter" the fool
"my buttons" annebell
"wip" chareokee bill
"broch,courage,mother" the courage that my mother had
"her son accomplished alot" Nancy Hanks
"Then you may be in the queen's navy" Sir Joseph Song
Created by: bgpalmers



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