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14 terms
Pre-AP Science Mrs. Campbell
ecosystem dynamics
ecological succession
primary succession
secondary succession
the forces that stimulate growth, development, and/or change…
the gradual process where ecosystems change over time
succession that begins in an area that was previously empty o…
a series of changes which take place on a previously colonize…
ecosystem dynamics
the forces that stimulate growth, development, and/or change…
ecological succession
the gradual process where ecosystems change over time
Vocab List Five: Campbell Pre- AP 2
Ambition
Barren
Blunt
Conquest
a strong desire to achieve something
not producing, incapable of producing, sterile
abrupt in manner, lack in feeling, dull
the act of defeating by force
Ambition
a strong desire to achieve something
Barren
not producing, incapable of producing, sterile
Vocab List 9- Campbell Pre-AP
aesthetic
ballistics
certitude
discourse
artistic, has good taste
the study of the flight of bullets, missiles, or other thing…
complete confidence
a lengthy speech or written work, conversation
aesthetic
artistic, has good taste
ballistics
the study of the flight of bullets, missiles, or other thing…
Vocab List 6: Campbell PreAP
Affability
Augment
Base
Censure
pleasantly easy to approach and talk to
to make larger, increase
denoting or befitting a person of low social status
to judge
Affability
pleasantly easy to approach and talk to
Augment
to make larger, increase
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Pre-AP Science: Ecology Ms. Campbell
extinction
organisms
ecology
population
the disappearance of all members of a species from Earth
living things
the study of how organisms interact with one another and thei…
a group of individuals that belong to the same species and li…
extinction
the disappearance of all members of a species from Earth
organisms
living things
14 terms
English 1 Pre AP
Expressive writing
Theme
moral courage
ethics
When you write to express yourself and when the writing is no…
The overall meaning or message of the story but is not stated…
When you do something for someone or something even though th…
your beliefs that control you actions
Expressive writing
When you write to express yourself and when the writing is no…
Theme
The overall meaning or message of the story but is not stated…
42 terms
English Pre-AP Terminology
Tone
Motif
Mood
Conflict
The attitude a writer takes toward the reader, subject, or ch…
A recurring idea in a work of literature
The overall emotion created by a work of literature
A struggle or clash between opposing forces
Tone
The attitude a writer takes toward the reader, subject, or ch…
Motif
A recurring idea in a work of literature
15 terms
AP English Literature and Composition with Mrs. Campbell - Literary Devices
Anaphora
Synesthesia
Colloquialism
Tautology
The use of same word or phrase at the beginning of several su…
The description of one kind of sense perception using words t…
The use of informal words and phrases, or even slang in a pie…
Repetition of an idea, statement or word which have similar m…
Anaphora
The use of same word or phrase at the beginning of several su…
Synesthesia
The description of one kind of sense perception using words t…
46 terms
Pre-AP English Test #5
hero journey #1
hero journey #2
hero journey #3
hero journey #4
separation
initiation
discovery
return
hero journey #1
separation
hero journey #2
initiation
10 terms
pre-AP english
fatalistic
elated
pensive
licentious
adj. believing that all events in life are inevitable and are…
adj. in high spirits; exultantly proud and joyful
adj. dreamily thoughtful
adj. morally unrestrained
fatalistic
adj. believing that all events in life are inevitable and are…
elated
adj. in high spirits; exultantly proud and joyful
Pre-AP English 1
Allusion
Couplet
Quatrain
Quatrain Rhyming: (letters)
A reference to a person, place or thing indirectly
Two line poem that has rhythm and the same metre
A four line poem usually with alternating rhymes
ABAC
Allusion
A reference to a person, place or thing indirectly
Couplet
Two line poem that has rhythm and the same metre
56 terms
Pre-AP English terms
Inference
Archetype
Dynamic character
Static character
opinion with evidence to support
an original pattern or model from which all other things of t…
(changing character)
character stays the same
Inference
opinion with evidence to support
Archetype
an original pattern or model from which all other things of t…
45 terms
Pre-AP English Vocabulary
Verbal Irony
Situational Irony
Dramatic Irony
Austere
writer/speaker says one thing but really means something comp…
what is expected is the opposite of what occurs
the reader or audience knows something the character in the s…
serious, solemn
Verbal Irony
writer/speaker says one thing but really means something comp…
Situational Irony
what is expected is the opposite of what occurs
28 terms
Pre-AP English 1 Flashcards
Narrative poem
Stanza
Quatrain
Repetition
A poem that tells a story.
A group of lines forming a section within a poem; similar to…
A four-line stanza in a poem.
Repeated use of sounds, words, or ideas for effect and emphas…
Narrative poem
A poem that tells a story.
Stanza
A group of lines forming a section within a poem; similar to…
33 terms
Pre-AP English 2 Flashcards
Characterization
Direct characterization
Indirect characterization
Protagonist
How the author reveals the personality of a character.
The author makes direct statements about a character's person…
The author reveals information about a character's personalit…
The main character (not always the "good guy").
Characterization
How the author reveals the personality of a character.
Direct characterization
The author makes direct statements about a character's person…
58 terms
English Pre-AP Finals
Milieu
Outlandish
Delve
Appease
Language that seems appropriate in the [ ] of the locker room…
After seven owners had made additions to the house, each in a…
The more I [ ] into mythology, the more I clearly see how the…
After our bitter quarrel, my brother tried to [ ] me by offer…
Milieu
Language that seems appropriate in the [ ] of the locker room…
Outlandish
After seven owners had made additions to the house, each in a…
47 terms
English Pre-AP Final
Monologue
Dialogue
Soliloquy
Aside
A speech by one person to another character
When 2 characters carry a conversation
A speech expressing characters thoughts
Speech to other characters without other characters hearing
Monologue
A speech by one person to another character
Dialogue
When 2 characters carry a conversation
25 terms
Pre-AP English - Greek Roots
bio
chrono
dem
ethno
life
time
people
nation
bio
life
chrono
time
10 terms
Pre AP English II
Apt
Consort
Vile
Scorn
Being of active pertinence
Keep company
Morally responsible
Reject with contempt
Apt
Being of active pertinence
Consort
Keep company
24 terms
Pre AP English Terms
Declarative sentence
Imperative sentence
Interrogative sentence
Antithetical sentences
a sentence that makes a statement
a sentence that gives a command
a sentence that asks a question
contains two statements which are balanced but opposite
Declarative sentence
a sentence that makes a statement
Imperative sentence
a sentence that gives a command
30 terms
Pre Ap English
Appellation
Diphthong
Eponym
Linguistics
A name title or designation
An unsegmentable gliding speech sound or phenome
A person from whom something as a tribe nation or place takes…
The science of language
Appellation
A name title or designation
Diphthong
An unsegmentable gliding speech sound or phenome
15 terms
English PreAP
Casement
Claret
Cascade
Cobbles
Window that opens outward
Deep red, like claret wine
Waterfall or series of small waterfalls
To pave roads
Casement
Window that opens outward
Claret
Deep red, like claret wine
English pre ap 3
In-text citation
Works cited entry
Indirect characterization
Direct characterization
The purpose of an MLA, sometimes called a parenthetical refer…
pages would appear at the end of a research paper means the s…
The author doesn't directly tell you the how the character is…
The author directly tells you how the character is.
In-text citation
The purpose of an MLA, sometimes called a parenthetical refer…
Works cited entry
pages would appear at the end of a research paper means the s…
30 terms
Pre-AP English
approbatuon
assuage
Coalition
Decadence
N. Expression of approval, Praise, official approval
V. To make easier or milder, to satisfy or quench
N. A union or merger for some specific purpose
N. Declone or decloration, excessive indulgence
approbatuon
N. Expression of approval, Praise, official approval
assuage
V. To make easier or milder, to satisfy or quench
87 terms
Pre-AP English II
prepositional phrases
appositive phrases
present participle phrases
past participle phrases
...
...
...
...
prepositional phrases
...
appositive phrases
...
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Pre AP English 11th
aprocryphal
arcane
convene
expedient
of dubious authenticity or origin; spurious ... antonym : real... s…
understood by only a few; mysterious ... antonym : known... synonym…
to summon or cause to assemble or to gather or assemble; to f…
useful for some purpose; convenient ... antonym : unfitting... syno…
aprocryphal
of dubious authenticity or origin; spurious ... antonym : real... s…
arcane
understood by only a few; mysterious ... antonym : known... synonym…
58 terms
Pre AP English Vocab
approbation
assuage
decadence
elicit
the expression of approval or favorable opinion
to make easier or milder, relieve, or to quite
a condition or period, decay
to draw forth, or bring out from some sources
approbation
the expression of approval or favorable opinion
assuage
to make easier or milder, relieve, or to quite
23 terms
Pre-AP English vocab
hyperbole
genre's
foreshadowing
symbolism
using exaggeration to provoke strong emotion, to create humor…
the various classifications of literary works.
a feeling, object, or occurrence that forewarns of an event a…
a thing, person, or place that is present as a representation…
hyperbole
using exaggeration to provoke strong emotion, to create humor…
genre's
the various classifications of literary works.
30 terms
English pre AP Vocab
Ambiguous
Banal
Blasphemous
Chicanery
Having a double meaning; unclear
Meaningless from overuse; trivial
Showing disrespect for God or anything sacred
Trickery; use of clever talk or action to deceive
Ambiguous
Having a double meaning; unclear
Banal
Meaningless from overuse; trivial
10 terms
Pre-AP English Vocab
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
Bereft
(v.) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of l…
(adj.) able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; de…
(v.) to make larger, increase
(adj.) deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
Adulterate
(v.) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of l…
Ambidextrous
(adj.) able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; de…
8 terms
Pre AP English II
meticulous
rejuvenated
subsequent
insurmountable
Extremely careful and precise with details (adj)
To restore to youthful energy and appearance (verb,adj)
Following in time or order (noun)
impossible to overcome
meticulous
Extremely careful and precise with details (adj)
rejuvenated
To restore to youthful energy and appearance (verb,adj)
Theme English Pre-Ap
Expressive writing
Ethics
morals
Theme
writing that allows you to write about anything you want. per…
belief that is determine a person's behavior
standing up for what you believe in no matter what people thi…
the main idea of literary work and have more than one theme
Expressive writing
writing that allows you to write about anything you want. per…
Ethics
belief that is determine a person's behavior
9 terms
Theme English Pre-Ap
Moral Courage
Expressive Writing
Ethics
Morals
the ability to stand up for what you believe is right even th…
the ability to write about what you want using your own feeli…
beliefs that determines a persons behavior
beliefs about what is acceptable and not acceptable behavior
Moral Courage
the ability to stand up for what you believe is right even th…
Expressive Writing
the ability to write about what you want using your own feeli…
32 terms
Pre-AP English Vocab
abate
aberrant
abeyance
abscond
to become weaker : to decrease in strength
straying from the right or normal way
a lapse in succession during which there is no person in whom…
to go away or escape from a place secretly
abate
to become weaker : to decrease in strength
aberrant
straying from the right or normal way
30 terms
Pre-AP English
Authoritative
Boastful
Contemnptuous
Disdainful
commanding and self confident likely to be obeyed
excessive pride and self satisfaction in ones acheivements
showing contempt scornful
lack of respect
Authoritative
commanding and self confident likely to be obeyed
Boastful
excessive pride and self satisfaction in ones acheivements
63 terms
Pre AP Vocab English
Abstract
Aesthetic
Alleviate
Ambivalent
not applied to actual objects
having to do with the appreciation of beauty
to ease a pain or burden
simultaneously feeling opposing feelings; uncertain
Abstract
not applied to actual objects
Aesthetic
having to do with the appreciation of beauty
27 terms
pre-ap english grammar
Exigence
Audience
Purpose
Pathos
the problem, incident, or situation causing the writer to wri…
has either an immediate response or intermediate response (th…
the author considers a purpose of the writing in a sense of c…
an appeal to emotion (an attempt to persuade the reader by ca…
Exigence
the problem, incident, or situation causing the writer to wri…
Audience
has either an immediate response or intermediate response (th…
18 terms
Vocab for pre ap english
assertion
arbiter
condescending
convoluted
a declaration or statement
a judge who decides a disputed issue
treating people as weak or inferor
intricate;complicated
assertion
a declaration or statement
arbiter
a judge who decides a disputed issue
64 terms
Pre AP English 9
-dicto-
pan-
dis-
-mono-
say
across
seperate
one
-dicto-
say
pan-
across
85 terms
Pre-AP English Terms
allegory
alliteration
allusion
analogy
narrative in which characters and settings stand for abstract…
repetition of initial consonant sounds
reference to another work or famous figure
comparison between two things to show how alike they are
allegory
narrative in which characters and settings stand for abstract…
alliteration
repetition of initial consonant sounds
30 terms
Pre AP English Vocabulary
Importune
Dawdle
Elate
Barefaced
Beg persistently and urgently
Hang or fall in movement progress development etc.
Fill with high spirits
With no effort to conceal
Importune
Beg persistently and urgently
Dawdle
Hang or fall in movement progress development etc.
10 terms
Pre-Ap English
am,em
audi,audio
cycl,cyclo
-hood
annual,once again
recording and reproduction of sound
around,round ,circle,circular
condition,nature,charater
am,em
annual,once again
audi,audio
recording and reproduction of sound
15 terms
Pre AP English III
Tribunal
Indubitable
Heterodox
Scourge
A court of justice
Unquestionable
Not in agreement with accepted belief
A means of afflicting severe punishment
Tribunal
A court of justice
Indubitable
Unquestionable
20 terms
Pre-AP English Vocab
Abhor (v)
Abrasive (n, adj.)
Acclaim (n, v)
Acknowledge (v)
To loathe or feel hatred
An irritant; causing irritation
Loud applause; to applause
To admit; to recognize the rights of; to express thanks for.
Abhor (v)
To loathe or feel hatred
Abrasive (n, adj.)
An irritant; causing irritation
20 terms
Pre Ap English
Irony
Paradox
Theme
Symbol
Contrast between exception and reality- between what is said…
Statement or situation that seems to be a contradiction but r…
Central idea of a work of literature
Person, place, thing or event that stands for itself and for…
Irony
Contrast between exception and reality- between what is said…
Paradox
Statement or situation that seems to be a contradiction but r…
Pre-AP English 2
Placid
Bilk
Nuance
Abasement
Calm or peaceful
to cheat; defraud
Something subltle
Humiliation
Placid
Calm or peaceful
Bilk
to cheat; defraud
15 terms
PreAP English Vocab
Gall
Parry
Cogitate
Transpire
Noun ... Shameless, boldness, nerve
Verb... Deflect or evade a blow, especially in sword fighting
Verb... Think deeply
Verb... To happen or take place
Gall
Noun ... Shameless, boldness, nerve
Parry
Verb... Deflect or evade a blow, especially in sword fighting
16 terms
English Pre- AP
define preposition
examples of a noun
examples of adjectives
examples of pronouns
shows relationship
andy, africa, cup
sad, weak, ugly
her, my, i
define preposition
shows relationship
examples of a noun
andy, africa, cup
Pre-AP English
Expendable (Adjective)
Erratic (adjective)
Grotesque (Noun)
Transcend (Verb)
Something that may be used up in an ordinary way or sacrifice…
Marked by lack of consistency or regularity (unpredictable)
Decorative art featuring fanciful human and animal forms ofte…
To be or go beyond the range or limits of something abstract
Expendable (Adjective)
Something that may be used up in an ordinary way or sacrifice…
Erratic (adjective)
Marked by lack of consistency or regularity (unpredictable)
36 terms
English Pre-AP Terms
Anecdote
Aside
Eulogy
Eulogize
A short account of a particular event
(Theatre) Lines spoken that are not intended for other charac…
Speech or writing intending to praise someone or something.
To praise highly
Anecdote
A short account of a particular event
Aside
(Theatre) Lines spoken that are not intended for other charac…
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