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Honor's English 9 Final
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MLA papers should be ___ spaced, typed in ___ point ___ font. All margins are ___ inch. There is ___ extra space.
Double, 12, times new roman, 1, & no
Order of heading:
1. Your name
2. teacher's name
The title of a MLA is centered, underlined and appears after the heading. (T/F)
What are three types of information that must be cited.
1. Discuss, summarize, or paraphrase the ideas of an author
2. Provide a direct quotation
3. Use statistical or other data
Name one type of information you don't have to cite
What is the test as to wheather the information is considered to belong in this category of information
If it is in at lease 3 sources. Unless it's a number.
The first time a source is used, introduce it with a ___ phrase, naming the ___ and his/her ___.
Singal, author, & credentials
A parenthetical citation must follow every ___ or ___ containing paraphrased or summarized information.
Paragraph or paper section
Expressing an author's ideas in your own words and it is the same length.
Describe how a student writer should go about the task of paraphrasing a source. (4 steps)
1. read and reread the text
2. set it aside
3. write from memory
4. check it
Condensing the main ideas of a passage with no details
Use an ___, that is, three, spaced periods, for parts of a quotation that are omitted.
For every direct quotation, provide:
-a ___, that is introductory words or phrase.
-a ___, that is an explanation of its meaning, relevance or significance.
-a ___ citation.
For quotations longer than four lines do the following:
- ___ a new line
- ___ the entire quotation one-half inch or one tab from the left margin
- ___ quotations marks
- place the citation ___ the closing punctuation
direct quations should constitute no more then ___ to ___ percent of the final paper.
10 to 15 percent
Using others writing as your own and taking credit for their work.
subdivision of a play
the character who opposes or competes with the protgonist
A statement by an actor spoken half to himself and half to the audience
The poetry of Romeo and Juliet is largely written in blank verse which means the poetry has no rhyme
the complete downfall of the protagonist, either through death or some other devastating experience
the highest point or turning point in a work, usually that most intense point. The most exciting moment in the story, when the outcome is decided one way or another
a work that involves both wit and humor through irony and incongruity. A comedy also ends happily
two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme
conversation of the characters in the play
occurs when the audience or the reader k ow something important the character in the play or story does not know
the introductory section of a play in which time, place, characters, and situation are presented.
series of events following the climax
Flat or static character-
one-sided characters, lacking a full range of human traits. A flat character does not change over the course of the play
the pattern in which Shakespeare wrote most of his plays. This pattern consists of five poetic feet, with each foot having one stressed and one unstressed syllable
an event which sets the action of a play in motion; usually occurs int he first act
a poem's rhythmical pattern. Poetic meter is created by a pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables.
moment of final suspense-
near the end of the play; it begins to look as if things will go the way of the protagonist after all.
a story, speech, or scene performed by one actor alone
reasons for character's beliefs or actions
the chain of events that makeup the play (or story)
In Romeo and Juliet, dialogue spoken without a poetic meter is written in prose. Prose is spoken by the common people and occasionally by Mercutio when he is joking.
the hero or leading character(s) with whom the audience sympathizes
a play on words based on two similarly sounding words that have different meaning
Beginning in Italy and spanning two centuries (1350-1550), Renaissance means "rebirth." Renaissance emphasized secularism, awareness of ties to the ancient Greek and Roman words, and the ability of the individual.
series of events leading up to the climax
Round or Dynamic Character-
a character that shoes a full range of human traits. In other words, there are multiple facets to his/her personality that are evident throughout the play.
further subdivision of an act in a play. (acts are made up of scenes.)
a speech delivered by a character alone on the stage, for the purpose of informing the audience of what is on the character's mind
additions to the text of a play, but not a part of the dialogue, indicting movement, attitude, action, etc.
a stick figure who functions only as a type , not showing emotional responses or motivation. Examples are the long-suffering wife, the couch-dwelling and involved husband, and the malicious villain, etc.
the central meaning or message of a story that is either stated directly in the story or implied
a work depicting the struggle of the protagonist in the face of inevitable defeat, often through his/her own pride or other fatal flaw.
William Shakespeare was born in 1564 in Stratford, England, a town about 100 miles from London.
Shakespeare was a college graduate of Oxford University
at the age of 25, Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway, a women who was eight years his senior
after the birth of his second and third child (twins), Shakespeare moved his family to London where he worked as a actor and playwright
according to the Shakespeare movie, Shakespeare wrote sonnets for the Earl of South Hampton, his sponsor
Romeo and Juliet is probably among the early plays he wrote between 1594 and 1596
Shakespeare was part owner of the global theater where his plays were performed to great acclaim
Shakespeare's "Wooden O" (or Globe Theater) featured elaborate sets and parts played by well- known members of the nobility
during Shakespeare's time, women's roles were played by young men whose voice had not yet changed.
Shakespeare's plays were performed at night for patrons who worked during the day.
Queen Elizabeth was am enthusiastic patron of the arts and enjoyed attending Shakespeare's productions
Romeo and Juliet is based on a narrative poem by Arthur Brooke titled "The Tragical History of Romeo and Juliet."
Shakespeare's plays explored all of man's passions, attributes, strengths, and weaknesses
most of Shakespeare's works were published during his lifetime.
The London theaters were frequently shut down due to the plague
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