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Third Quarter Exams REVIEW POINTERS FOR MY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS!

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Third Quarter Exams REVIEW POINTERS FOR MY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS!
Rollins Family All Over the World
The Past is a Road No Winter Ever Touches
Winning a Trip to Europe with My Students
After the years,and after the tears, here we are!
My sister Bonny Lynn and my brother Pete(and their families)
Bataan Death March's60th anniversary and our own way of remembering
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Hints for READING:
  1. Review the ff:
  •     Propaganda devices: Glittering Generality, Name-calling, Testimonial, Plain Folks,Transfer.
  • Drawing Conclusions:

English 3

Review:

  • Figures of speech: simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, understatement, alliteration, assonance, onomatopoeia, metonymy, oxymoron, transferred epithet, paradox, pun, apostrophe, etc..                                                                                                                                 .

Context Clues :Vocabulary and Spelling
  • ignoble
  • grotesque
  • impunity
  • officious
  • immolation
  • countenance
  • gourmet
  • kinsmen
  • arabesque
  • retribution
  • somnolence
  • soforific
  • conscientious
  • necessary
  • assassinate
  • nuisance
  • bicycle
  • conscientious
  • disillusion
  • eight
  • eighth
  • regressor

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SENSORY DETAILS:
 How certain sentences appeal to
  • Sight
  • hearing
  • touch
  • smell
  • taste

Chalice

Literary elements
Growing
All about the study of a short story

  • Plot
  • Atmosphere
  • Point of View
  •  allusion
  • motivation
  • Flashback
  • Foreshadowing
  • Suspension of Disbelief
  • foil
  • Plausibility
  • external conflict
  • internal conflict
  • fable time
  • ending with a twist
  • deus ex machina
  • anachronism

GUESSING GAME!
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WHO OR WHAT IS REFERRED TO?

The RIDDLE!
Sphinx

A heart too soon made glad...
Victim of injustice and tradition...
Couldn't accuse a lady of smelling bad..
A fallen monument...
Killed Annabel Lee..
acted like a commoner, tho'of royal blood..
Where the Amontillado is supposed to be kept..
Fortunato's rival..
Envied the love affair of Annabel Lee..
chose never to stoop..
What ms.Emily's father had in hand while posing for a portrait.
The postmaster who represented the government in The Lottery.
The uncle who understood Paul and his visions..

Green Book, Turning

GRAMMAR AND GRIT

  1. Correct use of adjectives/adverbs
  2. Placement of modifiers(adjectives)
  3. Forming adjectives by adding suffixes
  4. Identifying errors

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