Section 1 Questions (p. 17-18)
Identify the elements of exposition:
a. Characters protagonist?
c. Initial/Basic Problem or question
2) What impact does the Island have on the
3) What does the weather add to the mood (or
I remember a lot about the summers from when I was young, but the memory that stays
the strongest is the one that I shared with my dad. I remember going to the pool with my friends
and riding my bike through the neighborhood.
Name: _ Date: _
The Kite Runner (Events)
Directions: Using the events listed below, complete the climax diagram, placing the events
correctly on the diagram itself.
1. Assef rapes Hassan, and Amir watches it happen.
2. Hassan has his harelip sur
The Kite Runner
Glossary of Terms
A term describing the Hazara people, an ethnic minority originating in the
mountainous region of Afghanistan called Hazarajat.
One who is consistently and habitually convinced he is ill when he is not
Directions: For each character listed on the left, match it to the correct description on the right.
a. This character is extremely religious and crippled by disease,
though he is able to restrain his anger when his life is
Oedipus the King Vocabulary
a person who seeks to overturn by violence all constituted forms and
institutions of society and government. _
to make void or null; abolish. _
to strike against or push
Annihilate - destroy completely, exterminate
Apathy - lack of interest or emotion, indifference
Constraint - restriction, especially of feelings and behaviors
Crucible- container or vessel made of a substance that can withstand extr
Greek Mythology Review Sheet
Directions: Provide a summary for each story and an archetype as previously discussed in class.
Chariot of the Sun God
Theseus & th
Greek Mythology Practice Test
Chariot of the Sun God
1. Phaeton needs to prove to himself that Helios is his real father because:
a. His mother has denied that he is the father, and Phaeton wants to prove her wrong.
b. The Sun God is beginning to
O N THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA, Aeneas and his fellow Trojans flee from their home city of Troy,
which has been destroyed by the Greeks. They sail for Italy, where Aeneas is destined to found
Rome. As they near their destination, a fierce storm
7. Both Bernard and Helmholtz both feel separated from society in a way; Bernard feels it
physically, and Helmholtz feels it intellectually (his words). However, they are both unable to
put these differences into words, much less act on them. Ho
Ingenuity - the quality of being cleverly inventive or resourceful.
Lament - to feel or express sorrow or feel bad for
Beguile - to influence by trickery, flattery, etc.
Reverence - a feeling or attitude of deep re
Antigone Explanation Examples
It is her own pride that leads Antigone to her death, causing her to ignore the warnings of
others and go against a society that defeated women whenever it could. This can be seen when
Antigone states to her
An ideal community or society possessing a perfect _legal system.
Note that it says nothing about _ equality or none greater than
However, the following are typical characteristics of a utopian society:
o Shared experiences
o _ _
As you read come up three questions, thoughts, comments that connect with the current section.
You can use these quotes as a start: What do these quotes contribute to the story, character, mood, conflict,
setting, or theme? What do these quotes make you t
Section One (262-263)
a. Quotes you like
b. Questions (Bloomed) you have
c. Connections you can make
d. Create illustrations
e. How would it feel to be in the main
character(s) position(s)? Why?
f. CONFLICTS Present!
1. Interloper means to int
Part One CLOSED BOOK
Multiple choice questions review your
study guide short answer questions!
2. Literary Term Identification
Throughout history, people have used symbols to
communicate at a much deeper level. Since literature
reflects the human experience, many authors also use
symbols in their work to help understand deeper
meanings and themes. John Steinbeck, an American
Sample Thesis Statements
Candy, Curleys Wife, and Crooks, in particular, exemplify the theme of
Loneliness in Steibecks Of Mice and Men.
While the hardships of the Great Depression prevail, the comfort of
friendship can be
Content Reading Strategies:
1. Prediction based on the thoughtful use of prior knowledge. Good
readers anticipate meaning. They do this by predicting what they think is
going to happen in the selection and by revising their predictions.
An Author Background
The Author Herself
o Born in _, died in _.
o She was a _-American author.
o Born and educated in Russian, moved to _ in 1926.
o Born into a _ family.
o Her father was a very success
Brave New World
Ch. 3 & 4
1. In what way is intimacy treated in this chapter? How does this connect to the tone that is
established from the first chapter, using Leninas situation as an example?
2. In this novel, the pe