5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Word Choice
- Emotional Appeal
- a The quality of something (an act or a piece of writing) that reveals the attitudes and presuppositions of the author.
- b A brief narrative that focuses on a particular incident or event.
- c A term used to describe the words chosen by an author.
- d Pertaining to or constituting the subject of a sentence.
- e Tries to persuade the reader by using words that appeal to the reader's emotions instead of to logic or reason.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in a line of poetry.
- A reference to another work of literature, person, or event.
- The grammatical arrangement of words in sentences.
- Thomas Jefferson
- Reasoned and reasonable judgment.
5 True/False questions
Extended Metaphor → A metaphor that continues into the sentences that follow.
Simile → The choices a writer makes; the combination of distinctive features of a literary work.
Loaded Words → A brief narrative that focuses on a particular incident or event.
Implied Metaphor → Implies or suggests the comparison between the two things without stating it directly.
Of Plymouth Plantation → William Bradford