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115 terms
English Language Arts 6(Literature)
Antelopes
Cassowary
Fatal
Glossy
A graceful animal of the family Antilopinae having long legs…
Large flightless bird of Australia.
Bringing death.... губительный
Reflecting light... глянцевый
Antelopes
A graceful animal of the family Antilopinae having long legs…
Cassowary
Large flightless bird of Australia.
40 terms
Language Arts - Literature Terms
Act
Alliteration
Blank Verse
Iambic Pentameter
An act is the largest section of a play. Plays are divided in…
It is a stylistic device in which a number of words, having t…
Unrhymed poetry written in iambic pentameter
A common meter in poetry consisting of an unrhymed line with…
Act
An act is the largest section of a play. Plays are divided in…
Alliteration
It is a stylistic device in which a number of words, having t…
23 terms
English Language Arts: Types of Literature and Literary Tools
Prose vs Poetry
Meter: Definition
Meter types: Iambic -> -> -> ->
Meter Types: Anapestic --> --> --> -->
...
Recurring stressed and unstressed syllables that creates a rh…
Iambic -> -> -> -> (reMEMber WHEN you RAN aWAY and I got ON m…
twas the NIGHT before CHRISTmas and ALL through the HOUSE
Prose vs Poetry
...
Meter: Definition
Recurring stressed and unstressed syllables that creates a rh…
36 terms
6th Grade English Language Arts Academic Vocabulary-Literature Standards
textual evidence (text evidence) (RL.6…
characterization
climax
alliteration
"word for word support"
The means through which an author reveals a character's perso…
The point in a play, novel, short story, or narrative poem at…
This is when two or more words in a group of words begin with…
textual evidence (text evidence) (RL.6…
"word for word support"
characterization
The means through which an author reveals a character's perso…
17 terms
Academic Team Language Arts - Literature in English
Chinua Achebe
James Agee
Le Morte d'Arthur
Idylls of the King
20th century Nigerian writer, wrote: "Things Fall Apart", and…
20th century American writer and critic, best known for his c…
Book about King Arthur, written by Thomas Malory
Poems about King Arthur, written by Alfred Lord Tennyson
Chinua Achebe
20th century Nigerian writer, wrote: "Things Fall Apart", and…
James Agee
20th century American writer and critic, best known for his c…
13 terms
Progression of Language, Literature, and the Arts Honors English 10
William Bradford
Jonathan Edwards
Anne Bradstreet
Olaudah Equiano
Passionate Puritan Cared for God... Wrote Of Plymouth Plantation…
Puritan Angry picture of God... Wrote: Sinners in the Hands of a…
Puritan Poet - best american poet Cares for God... Wrote Upon th…
Puritan (1745- 1797)... Wrote a Narrative in first person/ secon…
William Bradford
Passionate Puritan Cared for God... Wrote Of Plymouth Plantation…
Jonathan Edwards
Puritan Angry picture of God... Wrote: Sinners in the Hands of a…
12 terms
Language Arts Elements Of Literature
Characterization
Conflict
Flashback
Foreshadowing
The developement of a charcter
A problem between 2 or more things in a book
A point in the story when it backtracks to an earlier part in…
An event that occurs that sets the mood, prepares the reader,…
Characterization
The developement of a charcter
Conflict
A problem between 2 or more things in a book
45 terms
language arts literature terms
1st person point of view
3rd person point of view
alliteration
allusion
a story told from the perspective of one or several character…
describes a narrative told from the perspective of an outside…
the repetition of the same sounds-usually initial consonant o…
when a text references, uses, or responds to an earlier piece…
1st person point of view
a story told from the perspective of one or several character…
3rd person point of view
describes a narrative told from the perspective of an outside…
32 terms
6th Grade English Language Arts Academic Vocabulary-Literature Standards
textual evidence
analyze
inference
explicit
"word for word support"
to discover or reveal something through detailed examination
a logical guess that is made based on facts and one's own kno…
"right there answers"
textual evidence
"word for word support"
analyze
to discover or reveal something through detailed examination
24 terms
Literature and Language Arts: English Language Conventions Study Guide
Decide if this is a fragment: Nice to…
Choose the predicate and tell if it is…
What is a noun?
What is an of an abstract verb?
Yes
Complete: broke the sound barrier... Simple (verb): broke
a person, place, thing, or idea
love
Decide if this is a fragment: Nice to…
Yes
Choose the predicate and tell if it is…
Complete: broke the sound barrier... Simple (verb): broke
33 terms
LANGUAGE ARTS 806: LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
alliterative
census
chronometer
cistern
Lines of verse having words beginning with the same initial s…
An official counting of population.
An exceptionally precise clock, watch, or other timepiece.
A tank for holding water.
alliterative
Lines of verse having words beginning with the same initial s…
census
An official counting of population.
8 terms
Language Arts literature terms
Forshadowing
Suspense
Hyperbole
Imagery
Hints or clues of what will happen in a story... Purpose: to cre…
A feeling of anxiety over what will happen to a character
Extreme exaggeration
Language that appeals to the senses: sight sound 🔊 taste smel…
Forshadowing
Hints or clues of what will happen in a story... Purpose: to cre…
Suspense
A feeling of anxiety over what will happen to a character
17 terms
Language arts-Literature Vocabulary
Juxtaposition
Parallelism
Colloquial diction
Tone
Occurs when 2 elements or images are set side by side for the…
The use of similar or identical ideas, structures, language,…
Conversational language.
The writers attitude toward the audience or subject.
Juxtaposition
Occurs when 2 elements or images are set side by side for the…
Parallelism
The use of similar or identical ideas, structures, language,…
46 terms
Language Arts Literature terms
Narrator
Short story
Plot
Conflict
One who tells the story... The voice
Revolves around a single idea... Short enough to read in one sit…
Sequence of events in the story usually built around the conf…
A problem or struggle in the story
Narrator
One who tells the story... The voice
Short story
Revolves around a single idea... Short enough to read in one sit…
14 terms
Language Arts Final (Literature)
tone
mood
figurative language
voice
authors attitude
emotional atmosphere
something beyond the exact meaning
the authors style of speech pattern
tone
authors attitude
mood
emotional atmosphere
83 terms
Language Arts English language Glossary
Personification
Antithesis
Oxymoron
Sarcasm
The assigning of human qualities to inanimate objects or conc…
the presentation of two contrasting images. The ideas are bal…
From the Greek for "pointedly foolish," ___ is a figure of sp…
from the Greek meaning "to tear flesh," ______ is meant to hu…
Personification
The assigning of human qualities to inanimate objects or conc…
Antithesis
the presentation of two contrasting images. The ideas are bal…
13 terms
Progression of Language, Literature, and the Arts
William Bradford
Jonathan Edwards
Anne Bradstreet
Olaudah Equiano
Passionate Puritan Cared for God... Wrote Of Plymouth Plantation…
Puritan Angry picture of God... Wrote: Sinners in the Hands of a…
Puritan Poet - best american poet Cares for God... Wrote Upon th…
Puritan (1745- 1797)... Wrote a Narrative in first person/ secon…
William Bradford
Passionate Puritan Cared for God... Wrote Of Plymouth Plantation…
Jonathan Edwards
Puritan Angry picture of God... Wrote: Sinners in the Hands of a…
17 terms
Language Arts Elements Of Literature
Characterization
Conflict
Character v.s. Character
Character v.s. Fate
The developement of a charcter
A problem between 2 or more things in a book
A conflict between 2 characters
When a character tries to escape his fate
Characterization
The developement of a charcter
Conflict
A problem between 2 or more things in a book
51 terms
Language Arts: Language of Literature Vocabularey
Narrtivie Arc/ story arc
Exposition
Inciting incident
Rising action
The chronological construction of the plot in a novel or stor…
Background information at the beginning of a story; introduce…
Event that sets the central conflict of the story
Events rising to the climax ; involves a complication (crisis…
Narrtivie Arc/ story arc
The chronological construction of the plot in a novel or stor…
Exposition
Background information at the beginning of a story; introduce…
11 terms
Language arts - folk literature
Universal theme
Fantasy
Personification
irony
message about life that people from many cultures understand
uses imagination, things that can not happen in real life ( f…
nonhuman things are given human characteristics
surprising/amusing contradictions
Universal theme
message about life that people from many cultures understand
Fantasy
uses imagination, things that can not happen in real life ( f…
36 terms
Language Arts Literature Terms
Metaphor
Subjective Point of View
Dynamic Characters
Objective Point of View
A comparison of two unlike things without using the words lik…
When writers share their own feelings, thoughts, opinions, an…
Characters that change or discover something about themselves.
Writer gives only facts.
Metaphor
A comparison of two unlike things without using the words lik…
Subjective Point of View
When writers share their own feelings, thoughts, opinions, an…
33 terms
Language Arts Literature Terms
allusion
allegory
microcosm
metaphor
a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, or thing
a representation abstract ideas by characters or events
a representation of something on a much smaller scale
a word or phrase that represents something abstract
allusion
a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, or thing
allegory
a representation abstract ideas by characters or events
12 terms
Language Arts: Literature Vocabulary
Plot
Setting
Point of View
Protagonist
series of events
time and place where the story is taken place
first or third person
main character
Plot
series of events
Setting
time and place where the story is taken place
9 terms
Language Arts/ Literature
Evidence
Practice
Innate
Irrelevant
The available body facts or information indicating wether a b…
Repeated exercise in or performance of an activity or skill s…
Inborn; natural
Not important or related to what is being discussed right now…
Evidence
The available body facts or information indicating wether a b…
Practice
Repeated exercise in or performance of an activity or skill s…
9 terms
language arts elements of literature
characters
characterization
plot
story
people, animals,robots, inanimate objects (clouds) in the story
1)direct description 2)characters actions 3)characters though…
a chain of related events, each event developing out of prior…
changing relationships between characters
characters
people, animals,robots, inanimate objects (clouds) in the story
characterization
1)direct description 2)characters actions 3)characters though…
6 terms
Literature Language Arts
Prescribe
Discretion
Compensation
Lobbying
Define officially.
According to his wishes or judgment.
Payment given to make up for a loss or injury.
Activity aimed at influencing public officials.
Prescribe
Define officially.
Discretion
According to his wishes or judgment.
10 terms
Language arts literature
Character
Climax
Conflict
Foreshadow
A person or animal in a story
The point in the story that creates the greatest suspense or…
A struggle between appoint characters or opposing forces
The use of clues or hints to suggest events that will occur l…
Character
A person or animal in a story
Climax
The point in the story that creates the greatest suspense or…
14 terms
Language arts elements of literature
plot
rising action
climax
falling action
what happens in a story
events that lead to the climax
the turning point in the story
events after problem is solved
plot
what happens in a story
rising action
events that lead to the climax
10 terms
Halloween Literature Language Arts
facades
congenial
rapacious
tantalizing
false fronts or appearances
agreeable; pleasant
greedy
tempting; teasing by withholding something desired by someone
facades
false fronts or appearances
congenial
agreeable; pleasant
10 terms
language arts literature vocab
taint
taggible
quarry
discern
to spoil or corrupt
can be felt or toutched
a prey or thing being hunted
to distunguish or reconize
taint
to spoil or corrupt
taggible
can be felt or toutched
22 terms
Language arts literature
Theme
Symbol
Static character
Simile
The general idea or insight about life that writer wishes to…
Using an object or action mean something more then it's liter…
A character who doesn't grow develop or change
The comparison of two unlike things using like or as
Theme
The general idea or insight about life that writer wishes to…
Symbol
Using an object or action mean something more then it's liter…
84 terms
English Language and Literature Vocabulary
Autonomous
Contrived
Expedite
Infer
Acting independently
Artificial; laboured
Providing an immediate advantage; practical
To conclude; to deduce
Autonomous
Acting independently
Contrived
Artificial; laboured
23 terms
Language Arts Folk Literature
Folk literature
Oral tradition
Theme
Universal theme
a genre of writing that has its roots in the oral tradition
the sharing of stories by word of mouth
the central idea, message, or insight about life that a story…
themes that are repeated across many cultures and over many t…
Folk literature
a genre of writing that has its roots in the oral tradition
Oral tradition
the sharing of stories by word of mouth
101 terms
English Language and Literature Terms
Register
Parenthesis
Hypophora
Hyperbole
The level of formality in a text
An aside within a text using brackets or dashes
When a speaker asks a question and immediately answers it the…
Deliberate over-exaggeration for effect
Register
The level of formality in a text
Parenthesis
An aside within a text using brackets or dashes
120 terms
Language Arts English language Glossary
Personification
Antithesis
Oxymoron
Sarcasm
The assigning of human qualities to inanimate objects or conc…
the presentation of two contrasting images. The ideas are bal…
From the Greek for "pointedly foolish," ___ is a figure of sp…
from the Greek meaning "to tear flesh," ___ involves bitter,…
Personification
The assigning of human qualities to inanimate objects or conc…
Antithesis
the presentation of two contrasting images. The ideas are bal…
27 terms
Language Arts Literature
Plot
Introduction
Complication/Problem
Climax
A series of events which present and resolve a conflict
Characters and setting
Rising action
Highpoint of action and culminating point
Plot
A series of events which present and resolve a conflict
Introduction
Characters and setting
40 terms
Elements of Literature (Language Arts)
Genre
Dialogue
Dialect
Voice
Literary or artistic category
Conversation between characters in a literary work.
Regional speech
The author's distinct style or speech patterns.
Genre
Literary or artistic category
Dialogue
Conversation between characters in a literary work.
25 terms
Literature/Language Arts
7 elements of a short story
6 active reading strategies + definition
8 genre categories + definition
block style writing
1. characters... 2. setting... 3. conflict... 4. plot... 5. resolution... 6.…
1. visualize - using details to create a "movie in your mind"…
1. historical fiction- is a fictional story with real and inv…
- all writing is aligned on the left margin
7 elements of a short story
1. characters... 2. setting... 3. conflict... 4. plot... 5. resolution... 6.…
6 active reading strategies + definition
1. visualize - using details to create a "movie in your mind"…
61 terms
English Literature: Elizabethen Language
Adieu
An
Aroint
Aye
Farewell
If
Away
Yes
Adieu
Farewell
An
If
25 terms
Language Arts & Literature
Guided reading groups permanent/flexib…
2 stances Louis Rosenblatt categorizes…
6 factors exemplary teachers use in re…
ways to informally evaluate students i…
Flexible; you want your students to grow in their reading, al…
...
Text, Talk, Teaching, Tasks, Time, Testing
Anecdotal Records,Reading Portfolios, Diagnostic-Reflective P…
Guided reading groups permanent/flexib…
Flexible; you want your students to grow in their reading, al…
2 stances Louis Rosenblatt categorizes…
...
18 terms
Praxis II English Language Arts Content Knowledge: English Literature Timelines and Literature
Old English (Anglo-Saxon) Period
Middle English Period
The Middle English Period Literature (…
The Renaissance
450-1066
1066-1500
Chauncer: ... Canterbury Tales... Malory: ... Le Morte d' Arthur... Ever…
1500-1660
Old English (Anglo-Saxon) Period
450-1066
Middle English Period
1066-1500
48 terms
Literature and the Language Arts
Myths
Tall Tales
Legends
Ballads
stories about heroes and gods
stories with wildly exaggerated elements
stories about famous people
poems or songs that tell stories
Myths
stories about heroes and gods
Tall Tales
stories with wildly exaggerated elements
59 terms
8th Grade Language Arts - Literature Terms
antagonist
protagonist
flat character
round character
the character who works against the protagonist in the story
the principal character in a work of fiction
a character who is not well developed in a story
this character is fully developed - the writer reveals good a…
antagonist
the character who works against the protagonist in the story
protagonist
the principal character in a work of fiction
151 terms
English Language & English Literature
Form
Auxiliary
Adverb
Hyperbole
The type of text ... (E.g. non-fiction, travel writing)
To help or support
These are words that describe how something is done. They're…
Exaggeration of a rhetorical device or figure of speech
Form
The type of text ... (E.g. non-fiction, travel writing)
Auxiliary
To help or support
32 terms
6th Grade English Language Arts Academic Vocabulary-Literature Standards
textual evidence
analyze
inference
explicit
"word for word support"
to discover or reveal something through detailed examination
a logical guess that is made based on facts and one's own kno…
"right there answers"
textual evidence
"word for word support"
analyze
to discover or reveal something through detailed examination
9 terms
LANGUAGE ARTS- COLONIAL LITERATURE
What was the time frame for Colonial L…
Who mainly wrote Colonial literature?
What did the Colonial writings eventua…
What was the Colonial literature movem…
1750-1800
Politicians or patriots.
The revolt against English rule.
Rationalism.
What was the time frame for Colonial L…
1750-1800
Who mainly wrote Colonial literature?
Politicians or patriots.
15 terms
Language Arts literature terms
Main idea
Theme
How are main idea and theme ALIKE?
How are main idea and theme DIFFERENT?
What the story is about
Life lesson or moral
Supporting details and something the author wants you to know
Theme is universal and broad but, main idea to a story
Main idea
What the story is about
Theme
Life lesson or moral
10 terms
LANGUAGE ARTS- PURITAN LITERATURE
What was the time frame for Puritan Li…
What did the the puritans think life w…
What was the life "test" for the Purit…
What did the puritans believe America…
1650 - 1750
Life is a "test."
Who would go to Heaven (the winners) and (the losers) would g…
They believed that it is a holy "Promised Land" where Puritan…
What was the time frame for Puritan Li…
1650 - 1750
What did the the puritans think life w…
Life is a "test."
18 terms
Praxis II English Language Arts Content Knowledge: English Literature Timelines and Literature
Old English (Anglo-Saxon) Period
Middle English Period
The Middle English Period Literature (…
The Renaissance
450-1066
1066-1500
Chauncer: ... Canterbury Tales... Malory: ... Le Morte d' Arthur... Ever…
1500-1660
Old English (Anglo-Saxon) Period
450-1066
Middle English Period
1066-1500
13 terms
English Language Arts/ Parts of literature #1 (8.7)
Resolution
Falling Action
Climax
Rising Action
the outcome of events; the conflict & the climax have been fu…
the tension is decreasing; loose ends are being tied up & the…
turning point; the moment of greatest tension
the series of events that begin to occur as soon as the confl…
Resolution
the outcome of events; the conflict & the climax have been fu…
Falling Action
the tension is decreasing; loose ends are being tied up & the…
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