Antigone Exam- Review
English II- Honors
Review the two worksheets form class
Know Aristotles requirements for tragedies (terms matching).
Review the main speeches by Creon, Ismene, and Haimon, Antigone, and
Know the order of events in th
Of Mice and Men: Chapter 2
Questions (30 points)
1. Give an example of how Steinbeck uses figurative language in Chapter 2. Explain the specific type of
figurative language used.
2. Give an example of dialect. Who is saying it and what does it
Preparing for Literary Terms and Techniques on FCAT
By Apryl West
Similes/metaphors (look at
specific word choice used to
describe the object used as
What it is
Giving inanimate objects
Reflects a cha
Rubric: 1930s Project (Of Mice and Men)
DO NOT FILL UP A SLIDE WITH TEXT TO READ TO THE CLASS!
(Use bullets for main ideas and elaborate each point in while you are giving your
presentation; talk to the class)
Number of slides: 15
Mini Research Paper: The 1930s
be assigned a topic that is relevant to the decade of the 1930s.
conduct research and properly cite references used.
present information to the class (PowerPoint, Keynote, Publisher, Media Player, Google
Fahrenheit 451: Part 2 (The Sieve and the Sand)
3)CONFORMITY vs. INDIVIDUALITY
Excelsius Academy prides itself with the mission to serve the community by
educating the future students of our society. With the vast economic strains in education,
it is very difficult to supply the ample resources for struggling students. Majority of o
Understanding Vocabulary from Context
The context of a word is its environment or the words which surround it. By looking
closely at these surrounding words, you can pick up hints or clues which will help you
with the meaning of a difficult word. Research
Honors English IISyllabus/Course Overview
Instructor: Lisa Blocher E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: https:/sites.google.com/site/mrsblochersclasses/ Phone: 495-1149 Ext. 2065
Course Description: Honors English II is an accelerated course for sophomores w
The first thing you need to do is find a poem that you like.
Perform TPP-CASTT on the poem and take notes as you gotake
a lot of notes!
After you have plenty of notes, do an analysis on the poem.
o This will be similar to how you did your
There Will Come Soft Rains Response
Near the end of Bradburys There Will Come Soft Rains he pays
tribute to poet Sara Teasdale by including a poem she wrote. Why
do you think Bradbury included it? What effect does this poem
have on the story? In a page of
ANNOTATION or talking to yourself as you read is a helpful strategy to keep yourself engaged while
reading. It gives you a purpose even when reading something that is not very interesting to you. If you notice
that you havent made notes while reading a te
Vocab Week 4
Social Justice List
1. stereotype a set of inaccurate, simplistic generalizations about a group that
allows others to categorize them and treat them accordingly (noun)
2. transcend to rise above or go beyond; overpass; exceed (verb)
Following is a list of common suffixes. Knowing the meaning and grammatical function of a suffix can
help you determine the meaning of a word.
-acy, -ance, -ence,
-hood, -ity, -ment,
-ant, -eer, -ent, -er
-ian, -ier, -ist, -or
THE FAMILY LIFESTYLE IN NIGERIA
Morire OreOluwapo LABEODAN
School of Statistics and Actuarial Science
University of the Witwatersrand
Private Bag 3,
Johannesburg, South Africa.
Email Address: email@example.com
SUPER FUN African Project! Yay!
Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe
What is it?
You will be researching and creating an original African craft. You must make this
yourself! Your craft may come from any region of Africa, but for obvious re
Okonkwo - An influential clan leader in Umuofia. Since early childhood, Okonkwos embarrassment about his lazy, squandering, and
effeminate father, Unoka, has driven him to succeed. Okonkwos hard work and prowess in war h
The first thing you will need to do is select a style of poetry you
enjoy and write a poem using that style.
o Your poem should be at least 15 lines (if youre doing haikus,
you will write a series of 5 related poems)
You need to have a printed
The introduction states the main topic, while
adequately previewing the purpose of the piece.
The introduction lacks focus and
insufficiently previews the purpose of the piece.
Details are placed i
Point of View
Primitive storytellers, unbothered by considerations of form, sim
ply spun their tales. "Once upon a time," they began, and proceeded to
narrate the story to their listeners, describing the characters when nec
essary, telling what the charac
Ms. Sawsan Shomali
28 September 2016
How can you reveal Maggie's psychological states having low self-confidence in connection
to Freud's theory?
Freud's theory talks about three types of personality. He analyses the ch