5.06 Satire Analysis 2!
Girl Moved To Tears By Of Mice And Men Cliffs Notes!
1.What is the essential cultural observation or situation being satirized? What clues lead you to
The essential cultural observation being satirized is the la
Ralph Waldo Emerson's " Concord Hymn" and "Self Reliance!
embattled- (of a place or people) involved in or prepared for war, especially because surrounded
by enemy forces. !
"The embattled Yugoslavian republics fought on".!
contemporaries- a person or t
34) E xC
40) A xB
42) A xD
45) C xA
50) E xA
55) D xB
The exam included relatively easy essays that were basic with uncomplicated plots and
AP Essay Prompt
A flock of birds is transformed in the elaborate work of John Audubon and Annie Dillard
by the way they both portray their ideas through their literary devices and diction. Audubon has
fairly factual approach. In contrast, Annie Dillard ha
6.01 Practice Exam
For this practice I finished below the fifteen minute mark but I missed three questions.
The three questions that I seemed to miss were the metaphor questions. In the metaphor
questions an object generally stands for an ideal or another
Hue: a color or shade!
"Her face lost its golden hue" "verdigris is greenish-yellow in hue".!
Apropos: very appropriate to a particular situation!
"The composer's reference to child's play is apropos".!
Aberrations: a departure from what
Afghan Women News Article Report! !
Afghan women may have the hardest trial to face of all other countries. The trial of
surviving the innumerable mortality statistics of Childbirth for both themselves and their unborn
baby. This trial is accented by
5.06 Satire Analysis!
Report: Our High Schools May Not Adequately Prepare Dropouts For Unemployment!
1 .What is the essential cultural observation or situation being satirized? What clues lead you to
This article criticizes the public
Desolate: (of a place) deserted of people and in a state of bleak and dismal emptiness!
"A desolate moor stretch away from view".!
Tenacious: tending to keep a firm hold of something; clinging or adhering closely!
"The boy kept a tenacio
Appease: pacify or placate (someone) by acceding to their demands!
"Amendments have been added to appease local pressure groups".!
Appendage: (often with negative or pejorative connotations) a thing that is added or attached to
Abandonment: the action or fact of abandoning or being abandoned!
"She had a feeling of utter abandonment and loneliness".!
Tumultuously: making a loud, confused noise; uproarious!
"Tumultuous applause was heard".!
Exalted: in a state of extr
Mary E. Wilkins Freeman!
Assiduously: showing great care and perseverance!
"She was assiduous in pointing out every feature".!
Commodious: especially of furniture or a building) roomy and comfortable!
The couch was very assiduously placed.!
Etiquette: The customary code of polite behavior in society or among members of a particular
profession or group.!
The young girls demonstrated perfect social etiquette.!
Knell: the sound of a bell, especially when rung solemnly for a de
Nathaniel Hawthorne's "Dr. Heidegger's Experiment !
festooned- adorn (a place) with ribbons, garlands, or other decorations.!
"The room was festooned with balloons and streamers".!
visage- a person's face, with reference to the form or proportions of th
Henry David Thoreau's!
Part I, II, and III of Walden!
sojourner- a temporary stay.!
During his sojourn in Paris he ate at a fancy restaurant.!
obtrude- become noticeable in an unwelcome or intrusive way.!
"A sound from the reception hall obtruded into h
Edgar Allan Poe's The Masque of the Red Death, "Annabel Lee!
pestilence- a fatal epidemic disease, especially bubonic plague.!
The early civilizations were subject to pestilence.!
ingress- a place or means of access; an entrance.!
The ingress was at the
5.07 Exploring the Satirical Prompt
1.What elements of satire did you notice upon your first read of the article?
The Onion uses a satirical tone to draw attention to the publics gullibility and the
advertising industrys power. There is a touch of humor t
4.10 Truth Paragraph
Sojourner Truth was an outspoken women who held strong ideals and a quick wit to
defend those ideals. After all in her famous speech Ain't I a woman? she defended her views in
the face of the man who would disclaim her by stating, The
3.01 Vocabulary and the Multiple Choice Test
Analogous- adjective; When two ideas, words, or things correspond in some particular way.
Ex: The diamond being hard and clear was analogous to ice.
Dynamic- adjective; Constant change or motion that is perceiv
In general, questions eleventh through twenty two on the multiple choice section asks
series of questions. The questions are mostly about rhetorical devices, author's meaning,
purpose, main idea, organization, and structure. The questions about rheto
3.03B Charles Dickens
From the biography, what incident changed Dickens' life and helped to shape him as a
From reading the biography, the incident that changed Dickens life and helped shape
him to become the writer he was, wa
1. What is the type of artifact that you photographed?
I photographed an antique early 1900s photo of Carter G. Woodson.
2. Where in your town is this art located?
The photograph is centered in St. Petersburg in the Dr. Carter G. Woodson Afri
Herman Melville's "Bartleby The Scrivener!
irreparable- (of an injury or loss) impossible to rectify or repair.: "They were doing irreparable
damage to my heart and lungs".!
ascertainable- to find out definitely; learn with certainty or assurance; deter
Lords Resistance Army in Uganda Article Response!
The presented issue in the article is concerning the abductions and forced military
service of children in Uganda by the Lords Resistance Army. The article calls into question the
actions that are to be
1. Swift wrote "A Modest Proposal" under a pseudonym, so who is the speaker here?
The speaker is a Protestant and a member of the Irish upper class. He represents the
hypocrisy of many wanna-be reformers, whose so called aspirations to be
Prompt Part One
Virginia Woolf was an English writer and one of the foremost modernists of the twentieth
century. Her writing was proclaimed for the free thinking and descriptive style that made her
novels and memoirs so mesmerizing. In the expert of the
5.02 Political cartoons
This political cartoon depicts the rising conflict of increasing gas prices. The cartoonist uses
exaggeration to exemplate his point and send a clear message that the average consumer of
gasoline is enraged and unsatisfied.
Charles Dickens' Great Expectations!
explicit- stated clearly and in detail, leaving no room for confusion or doubt.!
"The speaker's intentions were not made explicit".!
inscription- words inscribed, as on a monument or in a book.!
Impropriety: a failure to observe standards or show due honesty or modesty; improper
language, behavior, or character!
"She was scandalized at the impropriety of the question" !
Expatriated: settle oneself abroad!
"candidates should be willing