5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Aspects of Language development (social backgrounds)
- Theatre of the Absurd
- interior monologue
- a the chief character in a literary work, usually one with admirable qualities.
- b a literary technique that records a character's memories, opinions, and emotions.
- c unstressed, unstressed, stressed ˇˇ/
- d Children from different sociocultureal backgrounds may differ in the style and structure of their oral narratives.
- e tries to capture the absurdity of the human condition; man is in charge and god is absent, lack of humanity-no meaning to life, actors are clown-like, no hope Example: Waiting for Godot
5 Multiple choice questions
- Symbolism was an aesthetic movement that encouraged writers to express their ideas, feelings, and values by means of symbols or suggestions rather than by direct statements.
- Chomsky-no dialect or language is more complex or sophisticated than the other. We are all born with the capacity to learn any language w/o formal instruction. A set of principles that apply to all languages and are unconsciously accessible to every human language user.
- A subordinate clause that, like an adjective, modifies a noun or pronoun. Usually it starts with a WHO, WHOM, WHICH and THAT.
Example: Maria, WHO I went to school with, is getting married this Saturday. My friends were surprised THAT the event was kept down low.
- the flaw that leads to the downfall of a tragic hero; the word comes from the Greek word hybris, meaning "excessive pride."
- (Adj.) Open, not hidden, expressed or revealed in a way that is easily recognized
5 True/False questions
fiction → a narrative in which situations and characters are invented by the author.
new formalist → Mid - late 20th century, return to strict form, response to free verse
positive transfer → Mastery of one task aids learning or performing another
aphorism → a wise saying, usually short and to the point, as Hippocrates' "Life is short, art is long." Also known as an epigram or maxim.
foreshadowing → Shifting back and forth between languages in the same conversation