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154 terms
AP Lit. & Comp. Literary Terms Master List
theme
allusion
paradox
genre
a major idea expressed by a work of art. The work of art coul…
an indirect reference to a work of art (novel, play, poem, so…
a contradictory statement that is nonetheless true; in other…
a category or type of art
theme
a major idea expressed by a work of art. The work of art coul…
allusion
an indirect reference to a work of art (novel, play, poem, so…
168 terms
computer lit
Autonomy
Crowdfunding
QR
Crowd sourcing
working without continual direction and control
using the internet to get small donations from many people to…
quick response
solicits online input from consumers
Autonomy
working without continual direction and control
Crowdfunding
using the internet to get small donations from many people to…
30 terms
Lev's AP Literature & Composition Terms: Review (with images)
Allegory
Alliteration
Anaphora
Apostrophe
The representation of abstract ideas or principles by charact…
The repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginning o…
Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive…
When a character speaks to a character or object that is not…
Allegory
The representation of abstract ideas or principles by charact…
Alliteration
The repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginning o…
41 terms
Computer Lit Lesson 11
The ____ includes four options by defa…
If more than one document is open with…
The Backstage view option can be acces…
In the Font group, more options can be…
quick access toolbar
true
file
false
The ____ includes four options by defa…
quick access toolbar
If more than one document is open with…
true
30 terms
Computer Lit Lesson 13
The keyboard shortcut for ____ is Ctrl…
Nolan is teaching Jessica some basic e…
In the figure above, the tab selector…
Alex is working on a Word document, an…
paste
insert
right
when you press enter to create a new paragraph, the new parag…
The keyboard shortcut for ____ is Ctrl…
paste
Nolan is teaching Jessica some basic e…
insert
34 terms
Computer Lit Lesson 15
To insert a new row at the end of a ta…
To move the insertion point from one c…
Parker is modifying a table he created…
A newly created table makes all the co…
true
tab
justified
true
To insert a new row at the end of a ta…
true
To move the insertion point from one c…
tab
33 terms
Computer Lit Lesson 17
When a graphic is selected, it can be…
Which of the following is NOT true abo…
To resize a graphic proportionally, us…
A _____ graphic is a visual representa…
true
Only windows that have been minimized in the taskbar can be c…
false
smart art
When a graphic is selected, it can be…
true
Which of the following is NOT true abo…
Only windows that have been minimized in the taskbar can be c…
47 terms
Literature Terms
First Person Point of View
Second person point of view
Third person objective
Third person omniscient
Story told from the perspective of the narrator. Uses pronoun…
The reader is part of the story. Uses pronouns like YOU or Yo…
Narrator cannot see characters' thoughts. Used in "The Lotter…
A point of view where narrator knows the thoughts of All the…
First Person Point of View
Story told from the perspective of the narrator. Uses pronoun…
Second person point of view
The reader is part of the story. Uses pronouns like YOU or Yo…
35 terms
Computer Lit Lesson 3
Which is the correct way to identify t…
File Explorer is a tool that helps man…
When files and folders are copied or m…
There is no Ribbon in the File Explore…
C:
true
clipboard
false
Which is the correct way to identify t…
C:
File Explorer is a tool that helps man…
true
AP Literature and Composition Vocabulary Unit 2
sycophant
temerity
quagmire
pragmatic
a person who acts obsequiously toward someone important in or…
excessive confidence or boldness; audacity
an awkward, complex, or hazardous situation
dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that…
sycophant
a person who acts obsequiously toward someone important in or…
temerity
excessive confidence or boldness; audacity
15 terms
Lit Terms 76-90
Plot
protagonist
quatrain
realism
the arrangement of the narration
main character in a work; may or may not be heroic
stanza of four lines
the practice in literature of attempting to describe nature a…
Plot
the arrangement of the narration
protagonist
main character in a work; may or may not be heroic
36 terms
Computer Lit Lesson 14
Information such as the author of the…
The print queue shows information abou…
The Document Inspector gives you the o…
Which of the following is NOT true abo…
metadata
true
true
there is a limit of eight reviewers per document
Information such as the author of the…
metadata
The print queue shows information abou…
true
18 terms
Lit Terms 91-108
soliloquy
speaker
stanza
sterotype
a monologue in which the character in a play is alone and spe…
the voice of a poem
section of a poem indicated by extra line spacing (analogous…
characterization based upon assumptions
soliloquy
a monologue in which the character in a play is alone and spe…
speaker
the voice of a poem
15 terms
Lit Terms 1-15
allegory
alliteration
allusion
anaphora
a narrative with multiple layers of meaning
repetition of initial sounds, usually consonants
reference to a literary or historical event, person, or place
repetition of the same word or phrase at the beginning of suc…
allegory
a narrative with multiple layers of meaning
alliteration
repetition of initial sounds, usually consonants
15 terms
Lit Terms 46-60
Irony
jargon
juxtaposition
limited point of view
a situation or statement characterized by a difference betwee…
the specialized or technical language of a trade, profession,…
placing two things side by side for a particular effect
perspective confined to a single character
Irony
a situation or statement characterized by a difference betwee…
jargon
the specialized or technical language of a trade, profession,…
15 terms
Lit Terms 31-45
epic
exposition
extended metaphor
falling action
narrative poem which celebrates the achievements of mighty he…
the structure of plot that sets the scene, introduces & ident…
conceit; comparison of two things that carries throughout a w…
the part of plot after the climax, in which the complications…
epic
narrative poem which celebrates the achievements of mighty he…
exposition
the structure of plot that sets the scene, introduces & ident…
33 terms
Computer Lit Lesson 18
To enter data in a cell, you must firs…
Which of the following is NOT true abo…
Excel is an electronic spreadsheet app…
____ view hides the Ribbon, formula ba…
true
The AutoFill command can be used on nonadjacent cells.
true
full screen
To enter data in a cell, you must firs…
true
Which of the following is NOT true abo…
The AutoFill command can be used on nonadjacent cells.
8 terms
lit/comp set one
already
all ready
altar
alter
at an earlier time
all prepared
a table or stand used for religous ceremonies
to change
already
at an earlier time
all ready
all prepared
11 terms
Computer Lit
Module
Higher level
Lower level
Standard input
Different parts of a program
Less difficult to use
Harder to use
Whatever command u type in
Module
Different parts of a program
Higher level
Less difficult to use
115 terms
AP Literature Terms
Aesthetic
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Appealing to the senses and qualities of beauty.
A story in which each aspect of the story has a symbolic mean…
The repetition of sounds at the beginning of words.
A reference to another work or famous figure.
Aesthetic
Appealing to the senses and qualities of beauty.
Allegory
A story in which each aspect of the story has a symbolic mean…
15 terms
Lit Terms 61-75
Occasional poem
ode
omniscient point of view
onomatopoeia
a poem written for a specific event
lyric poem written to praise and exalt a person or object
perspective that is all-knowing and all-seeing
word that captures the sound of what it describes
Occasional poem
a poem written for a specific event
ode
lyric poem written to praise and exalt a person or object
208 terms
AP Lit & Comp Literary Devices and Terms
biography
autobiography
fiction
non-fiction
the story of a person's life written by another
the story of one's own life
made up stories
writing based upon supposed facts
biography
the story of a person's life written by another
autobiography
the story of one's own life
15 terms
Lit Terms 16-30
caesura
caricature
chiasmus
colloquial
a pause in a line of verse, indicated by natural speech patte…
depiction in which a character's characteristics or features…
figure of speech in which the order of terms in two parallel…
ordinary language, the vernacular
caesura
a pause in a line of verse, indicated by natural speech patte…
caricature
depiction in which a character's characteristics or features…
51 terms
Computer Literacy - Basic Computer Terms, Part 2 - Software
BIOS
Macros
RAM
Backup
Basic Input Output System. It is used to control a computer's…
Keyboard shortcuts. For example, CTRL C copies something to t…
Random Access Memory. This is the memory the computer needs t…
(v.) To create a copy of a computer file or collection of fil…
BIOS
Basic Input Output System. It is used to control a computer's…
Macros
Keyboard shortcuts. For example, CTRL C copies something to t…
45 terms
Computer Literacy - Basic Computer Terms, Part 3 - The Internet
Domain Name
File
HTTP
HTTPS
Part of the URL. ... Example: www.kmalis.com... Each one includes a…
Anything that holds data or information. Examples: a card cre…
(Hypertext Transfer Protocol) - A standard used to retrieve d…
Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure. Similar to HTTP, but uses…
Domain Name
Part of the URL. ... Example: www.kmalis.com... Each one includes a…
File
Anything that holds data or information. Examples: a card cre…
14 terms
Computer Lit Unit 2
Computer
Personal Computer
Central Processing Unit (CPU)
Bit
Electronic device that processes data.
Used by one person at a time.
The computer's brain.
Smallest unit of information which is always a 1 or a 0.
Computer
Electronic device that processes data.
Personal Computer
Used by one person at a time.
14 terms
Computer Lit. Chapter 2
computer
personal computer
central processing unit
bit
an electronic device that processes data
used by one person at a time
the computer's brain
the smallest unit of information, always either a 1 or 0
computer
an electronic device that processes data
personal computer
used by one person at a time
8 terms
Figurative Language - Lit/Comp 3
Literal
Figurative
Simile
Metaphor
Language that means exactly what it says.
Language that means more than what it says.
Figurative comparison using "like," "as," or "as if."
Figurative comparison.
Literal
Language that means exactly what it says.
Figurative
Language that means more than what it says.
204 terms
AP English Literature Terms
abstract
adage
allegory
alliteration
an abbreviated synopsis of a longer work of scholarship or re…
a saying/proverb containing a truth based on experience and o…
a story in which the narrative/characters carry an underlying…
the repetition of one or more initial consonant in a group of…
abstract
an abbreviated synopsis of a longer work of scholarship or re…
adage
a saying/proverb containing a truth based on experience and o…
35 terms
Computer lit
Digital divide
Crowd scourcing
Computer
Binary language
Some people do not have access to the internet and technolgy…
Consumers are using apps to see what other staing about consu…
Data processing device that performs four major jobs
Everything ends in 0,1
Digital divide
Some people do not have access to the internet and technolgy…
Crowd scourcing
Consumers are using apps to see what other staing about consu…
109 terms
Computer Lit test 1
Central Processing Unit
Chip
Control and arithmetic/logic unit
ALU
CPU stands for
Small piece of silicon containing electronic circuits
Two main parts of CPU
Where the mathematical and logic operations performed
Central Processing Unit
CPU stands for
Chip
Small piece of silicon containing electronic circuits
25 terms
lit and comp
three types of genres of writing
argumentative writing
informational writing
narrative writing
informational, argumentative, narrative
goal:to change the readers point of view about the subject th…
goal: to increase knowledge about the subject
to tell a story
three types of genres of writing
informational, argumentative, narrative
argumentative writing
goal:to change the readers point of view about the subject th…
10 terms
A Sound of Thunder by Ray Bradbury
annihilate
correlate
expendable
infinitesimally
destroy utterly
establish a connection
capable of being consumed or not reused
small or minute
annihilate
destroy utterly
correlate
establish a connection
17 terms
Basic Computer & Networking
Booting
World Wide Web
Ethernet hub
Firewall
Everything that happens between the time the computer is turn…
The public part of the Internet is called?
References the networking of computers using metallic conduct…
Hardware device or software program designed to prevent unaut…
Booting
Everything that happens between the time the computer is turn…
World Wide Web
The public part of the Internet is called?
213 terms
The Giant List of Terms for AP English Literature
abstract
act
allegory
alliteration
(n) a general term, referring to a broad concept as opposed t…
(n) a major subunit into which a play is divided. The number…
(n) "A story or visual image with a second distinct meaning p…
(n) Repetition of initial consonant sounds... ex: wondrous weepi…
abstract
(n) a general term, referring to a broad concept as opposed t…
act
(n) a major subunit into which a play is divided. The number…
Computer Lit- Key Terms Chapter 2
Computer
Personal Computer (PC)
Central Processing Unit (CPU)
Bit
An electronic device that processes data
Used by one person at a time
A small chip that performs calculations and carries out all t…
the smallest unit of information
Computer
An electronic device that processes data
Personal Computer (PC)
Used by one person at a time
31 terms
Computer Lit. Review
Input
Output
ASCII
D
The user give the information
The user receives the information
American Standard Code for Information Interchange
Decimal
Input
The user give the information
Output
The user receives the information
71 terms
Notes_How to Read Literature Like a Professor
Faustian
Oedipal
Comedic traits
Archetypes examples
done for immediate gain without regard for future consequence…
referring to a child's positive sexual feelings toward the pa…
-tragic downfall is threatened but avoided... -hero wrestles wit…
-Faustian deal with the devil (i.e. trade soul for something…
Faustian
done for immediate gain without regard for future consequence…
Oedipal
referring to a child's positive sexual feelings toward the pa…
19 terms
The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell
disarming
cultivated
condone
scruples
removing hostility or suspicion
cultured
overlook or approve
moral or ethical consideration
disarming
removing hostility or suspicion
cultivated
cultured
16 terms
Literature
Exposition
Rising Action
Climax
Falling Action
An authors introduction to the characters, the setting, and t…
The part of the plot that develops the conflict adding proble…
This is the turning point of the story. The conflict or strug…
The conflict is being resolved, the problems are being solved.
Exposition
An authors introduction to the characters, the setting, and t…
Rising Action
The part of the plot that develops the conflict adding proble…
19 terms
Narrative Elements - Lit/Comp 9
Point of View (POV)
1st Person POV
3rd Person POV
Setting
the perspective of the narrator; usually 1st and 3rd person,…
story told using 'I'; the narrator is telling the story from…
limited - story is told using 'he', 'she'; the narrator is te…
the time and place of a story; includes the specific and gene…
Point of View (POV)
the perspective of the narrator; usually 1st and 3rd person,…
1st Person POV
story told using 'I'; the narrator is telling the story from…
17 terms
Lev's AP Literature & Composition: Poetry by Example (Lyric - Limerick)
lyric
narrative
sonnet
ode
The sea is calm to-night.... The tide is full, the moon lies fai…
In Xanadu did Kublai Khan... A stately Pleasure-Dome decree,... Whe…
Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?... Thou art more lovely…
Thou still unravish'd bride of quietness, ... Thou foster-child…
lyric
The sea is calm to-night.... The tide is full, the moon lies fai…
narrative
In Xanadu did Kublai Khan... A stately Pleasure-Dome decree,... Whe…
21 terms
Computer Lit Lesson 6 vocab
all-in-one desktop
convertible tablet
desktop computer
e-book reader
a desktop computer that houses the processing components in t…
a tablet computer that uses a hybrid design that includes a s…
a computer that fits on or next to a desk, is designed to be…
a mobile computing device you use to download and read electr…
all-in-one desktop
a desktop computer that houses the processing components in t…
convertible tablet
a tablet computer that uses a hybrid design that includes a s…
10 terms
Computer Lit Lesson 1 vocab part 2
multiuser operating system
open-source software
operating system
random access memory
an operating system that lets many users simultaneously run p…
software that anyone can use, modify, and distribute
software that coordinates that resources and activities on a…
memory the computer uses to store instructions and data tempo…
multiuser operating system
an operating system that lets many users simultaneously run p…
open-source software
software that anyone can use, modify, and distribute
14 terms
Computer Lit Lesson 7 vocab
activate
end user license agreement (EULA)
freeware
mobile app
to provide information such as a serial number to ensure that…
the document that displays when you begin installing software…
copyrighted software the developer makes available to users f…
software specifically designed for a handheld computer, such…
activate
to provide information such as a serial number to ensure that…
end user license agreement (EULA)
the document that displays when you begin installing software…
10 terms
Lit Short Fiction 2
profuse
boisterous
reprimand
paraphernalia
(adj.) plentiful; abundant
(adj.) rough and noisy in a cheerful way; high-spirited
(v.) to scold; find fault with; (n.) a rebuke
(n.) equipment; odds and ends used in a particular activity;…
profuse
(adj.) plentiful; abundant
boisterous
(adj.) rough and noisy in a cheerful way; high-spirited
22 terms
Computer Lit Lesson 5 vocab
access time
aspect ratio
binary
biometrics
the average number of milliseconds (ms) it takes a computer t…
the ratio of width to height
understanding only two states-off and on, represented by 0 an…
a security technique using automated methods of recognizing a…
access time
the average number of milliseconds (ms) it takes a computer t…
aspect ratio
the ratio of width to height
10 terms
Lit Short Fiction 1
affable
condone
debacle
deplorable
adj., pleasant, friendly; showing warmth
v., to forgive or overlook; to excuse the breaking of a rule
n., complete defeat or failure
adj., wretched; being a subject of grief or regret
affable
adj., pleasant, friendly; showing warmth
condone
v., to forgive or overlook; to excuse the breaking of a rule
15 terms
Lit & Comp SAT # 1 Review List # 1
deplete
livid
traverse
trepidation
use up; lessen;
very angry
move across;
fear
deplete
use up; lessen;
livid
very angry
88 terms
Glossary of Literary Terms for AP Literature and Composition Exam
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Ambiguity
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
The multiple meanings, either intentional or unintentional, o…
Allegory
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
Alliteration
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
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