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Vocabulary #11 English/Language Arts
aroma
beverage
crave
delectable
a pleasant odor or smell
a liquid that people drink
to want or wish for strongly
very pleasing or enjoyable to taste
aroma
a pleasant odor or smell
beverage
a liquid that people drink
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6th Grade Week 11: Language Arts Set 3 (Poetry Analysis)
make inferences
metaphor
simile
technique
(n.) - to make a guess about something after looking at infor…
(n.) - when you compare two things that are different: "My ba…
(n.) - when you compare two things that are different using "…
(n.) - the way you do something
make inferences
(n.) - to make a guess about something after looking at infor…
metaphor
(n.) - when you compare two things that are different: "My ba…
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NES English Language Arts (Poetry)
Discuss the Carpe Diem tradition
Ballad
Monologue Poems
Elegies
Carpe diem is Latin for seize the day. Advocates making the m…
Used in musical songs and poems. It was popular in 14th and 1…
Poet speaks in the voice of the character/persona.
Mourning poems traditionally with three parts - a lament, pra…
Discuss the Carpe Diem tradition
Carpe diem is Latin for seize the day. Advocates making the m…
Ballad
Used in musical songs and poems. It was popular in 14th and 1…
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Language Arts (Poetry Vocabulary)
Lyric Poem
Ode
Ballad
Lines
A poem that expresses the thoughts and feelings of a single s…
A poem that celebrates a subject.
A poem that often focuses on a heroic figure.
Groupings of words in poetry
Lyric Poem
A poem that expresses the thoughts and feelings of a single s…
Ode
A poem that celebrates a subject.
Language arts vocabulary of poetry
Alliteration
Assonance
Consonance
Hyperbole
The repetition of the same or similar sounds at the beginning…
The repetition or pattern of similar vowel sounds
The repetition of similar constant sounds
Extreme exaggeration
Alliteration
The repetition of the same or similar sounds at the beginning…
Assonance
The repetition or pattern of similar vowel sounds
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Language Arts Poetry Vocabulary
Rythm
Rhyme
Similie
Metaphor
Pace of language using stressed and unstressed words. Repotit…
Repetition of similar sounds in consecutive lines.
Compare two unlike objects using like or as.
Comparing two unlike objects without using like or as.
Rythm
Pace of language using stressed and unstressed words. Repotit…
Rhyme
Repetition of similar sounds in consecutive lines.
Language Arts Poetry Vocabulary
Internal rhyme
Rhyme scheme
Allusion
Simile
Where words within one or two words in a stanza rhyme
The practice of rhyming words place at the end of lines in po…
A figure speech for the author refers to a subject matter
A comparison between two words using like or as
Internal rhyme
Where words within one or two words in a stanza rhyme
Rhyme scheme
The practice of rhyming words place at the end of lines in po…
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Language Arts Poetry Vocabulary
Poetry
Stanza
Speaker
Theme
a patterned form of verbal or written expression of ideas in…
a group of two or more lines that form a unit in a poem
in a poem, the voice speaking to the reader
the meaning or moral of a literary work
Poetry
a patterned form of verbal or written expression of ideas in…
Stanza
a group of two or more lines that form a unit in a poem
Language Arts Poetry Vocabulary
Stanzas
Couplets
Speaker
Figurative Language
Groupings of two or more lines.
Rhymed pairs of lines.
The voice in a poem.
Imaginative descriptions.
Stanzas
Groupings of two or more lines.
Couplets
Rhymed pairs of lines.
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Language Arts Poetry Vocabulary
Graphical Elements
Line
Stanza
Word Postion
Capital Letter, Line Length, Word Position the use of varying…
How a poem or play is divided into separate parts
an arrangement of a certain number of lines, usually four or…
A place where the word is placed
Graphical Elements
Capital Letter, Line Length, Word Position the use of varying…
Line
How a poem or play is divided into separate parts
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Language Arts Vocabulary Poetry
Rhyme
Rhyme Scheme
Alliteration
Onomatopoeia
The repetition of sounds at the ends of two or more words
The pattern of end rhymes in a poem
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginnings of words
The use of words that imitate sounds or echo their meanings
Rhyme
The repetition of sounds at the ends of two or more words
Rhyme Scheme
The pattern of end rhymes in a poem
Language Arts Poetry Vocabulary
Speaker
Line
Stanza
Tone
The narrative voice in a poem
Group of words
Group of lines
The mood the author chooses
Speaker
The narrative voice in a poem
Line
Group of words
Simmons Language Arts Poetry Vocabulary
Style
Voice
Stanza
Form
An author's use of words, types of sentences, and figurative…
The individual writing style of an author that sets them apar…
A group of lines forming a verse in a poem
The structure of a poem. Examples: Haiku, Cinquain, & Free Ve…
Style
An author's use of words, types of sentences, and figurative…
Voice
The individual writing style of an author that sets them apar…
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English Language Arts Vocabulary
synonym
hyperbole
metaphor
simile
a word that has the same meaning as another word
A figure of speech using deliberate exaggeration or overstate…
A comparison without using like or as
A comparison of two things using like or as
synonym
a word that has the same meaning as another word
hyperbole
A figure of speech using deliberate exaggeration or overstate…
English Language Arts - Poetry Terms
idiom
refrain
prose
figurative language
writing or speech not meant to be taken literally
regularly repeated line in a poem
ordinary form of written language
an expression that has a meaning particular to a language or…
idiom
writing or speech not meant to be taken literally
refrain
regularly repeated line in a poem
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English-Language Arts Vocabulary
cite
evidence
inference
theme
to quote directly or indirectly from a text
support for an idea or claim
drawing a conclusion on the basis of circumstantial evidence
the underlying meaning or lesson of a text
cite
to quote directly or indirectly from a text
evidence
support for an idea or claim
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English Language Arts Vocabulary
analyze
main idea
details
text features
to examine the structure of a text in order to explain or int…
what the article/story is mostly about
statements that give more information about the main idea
components of a story not including the main body including (…
analyze
to examine the structure of a text in order to explain or int…
main idea
what the article/story is mostly about
English /Language Arts Vocabulary
adjective
adverb
affix
alliteration
words that describe a noun (e.g., red, bold)
words that modify a verb, adjective, or another adverb. An ad…
general term that refers to prefixes and suffixes
repetition of the initial consonant sound in two or more neig…
adjective
words that describe a noun (e.g., red, bold)
adverb
words that modify a verb, adjective, or another adverb. An ad…
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Language Arts poetry unit vocabulary
translates
luminous
minnow
swerve
expresses the same thing in another form
giving off light
small fish
curving motion
translates
expresses the same thing in another form
luminous
giving off light
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English 11 Poetry Vocabulary
Pathetic fallacy
Alliteration
Assonance
Apostrophe
giving human emotion to non-human objects
repetition of similar consonant sounds in several words in on…
repetition of similar vowel sounds
direct address to an object or person who is not present (spe…
Pathetic fallacy
giving human emotion to non-human objects
Alliteration
repetition of similar consonant sounds in several words in on…
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Vocabulary List 11 8th Grade Language Arts
clandestine
contingency
egocentric
exonerate
(adj.) secret, concealed; underhanded
(noun) A possible future event that must be prepared for or g…
(adj) selfish; believing that one is the center of everything
(v.) to clear from a charge or accusation
clandestine
(adj.) secret, concealed; underhanded
contingency
(noun) A possible future event that must be prepared for or g…
Middle School English Language Arts 5047 Poetry
poetic devices
rhyme scheme
rhythm
STANZAS
Alliteration, Personification, Simile, Assonance, Onomatopoei…
A pattern of end rhymes that occurs consistently throughout a…
Definition: A musical quality produced by the repetition of s…
Stanzas are a series of lines grouped together and separated…
poetic devices
Alliteration, Personification, Simile, Assonance, Onomatopoei…
rhyme scheme
A pattern of end rhymes that occurs consistently throughout a…
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Language Arts vocabulary 11
fallible
profane
peccadillo
blatant
capable of making mistakes or being erroneous ... synonyms: erro…
to treat (something sacred) with irreverence or disrespect... sy…
a minor or trifling offense... synonyms: misdemeanor, indiscretion
very obvious and offensive : completely lacking in subtlety... s…
fallible
capable of making mistakes or being erroneous ... synonyms: erro…
profane
to treat (something sacred) with irreverence or disrespect... sy…
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Language Arts Vocabulary 11
Advocate
Antipathy
Emancipate
Idiosyncrasy
To speak pr write in favor of; support
A strong dislike or distaste; hatred
To set free from slavery, captivity, or oppression
A personal pecualiarity; quirk
Advocate
To speak pr write in favor of; support
Antipathy
A strong dislike or distaste; hatred
Language arts vocabulary #11
Alias
Amble
Burly
Distort
An assumed name espically as used to hide ones identity
To walk slowly or leisurely; to saunter or stroll
Big and strong; heavy and muscular
To give a false or misleading account of; to twist out of shape
Alias
An assumed name espically as used to hide ones identity
Amble
To walk slowly or leisurely; to saunter or stroll
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English Language Art 11
Character
Setting
Conflict
Refers to a method of narration used i…
individuals that participate in the action of a literary work.
The time and place of the action
A struggle between opposing forces that can be internal or ex…
...
Character
individuals that participate in the action of a literary work.
Setting
The time and place of the action
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English Language Arts Vocabulary
claim
counterclaim
accentuate
adapt
stated facts supported by evidence or details (pros)
arguing against, claim made to offset another claim (cons)
give emphasis or to stress
get use to
claim
stated facts supported by evidence or details (pros)
counterclaim
arguing against, claim made to offset another claim (cons)
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Language Arts Week 11 Vocabulary
circulate
petition
representative
absorbed
to pass or move from person to person OR place to place
a formal written request, typically signed by many people to…
a person chosen to act or speak for others
intensely engaged or engrossed
circulate
to pass or move from person to person OR place to place
petition
a formal written request, typically signed by many people to…
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LANGUAGE ARTS--Vocabulary #11
legitimate
profound
predominantly
obstinacy
authentic, reasonable
great or intense
mostly or mainly
stubbornness
legitimate
authentic, reasonable
profound
great or intense
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English Language Arts Vocabulary
action
active voice
affix
alliteration
real or fictional events that comprise the subject of a novel…
when the verb of a sentence is in the active voice, the subje…
to fasten, join, or attach.
the commencement of two or more stressed syllables of a word…
action
real or fictional events that comprise the subject of a novel…
active voice
when the verb of a sentence is in the active voice, the subje…
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Aha Moment (clue)
Tough Questions (clue)
Words of the Wiser (clue)
Memory Moment (clue)
suddenly a character realizes, understands, or finally figure…
a character pauses to ask a friend or him/herself a tough que…
a character (probably older and wiser) takes the main charact…
the author stops or interrupts the action to tell you a memor…
Aha Moment (clue)
suddenly a character realizes, understands, or finally figure…
Tough Questions (clue)
a character pauses to ask a friend or him/herself a tough que…
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Narrator (n)
Inference (n)
Infer (v)
Reliable (adj)
The person who tells a story.
Good guess based on evidence and knowledge.
To make a good guess based on evidence and knowledge.
Trustworthy or believable.
Narrator (n)
The person who tells a story.
Inference (n)
Good guess based on evidence and knowledge.
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English Language Arts Vocabulary
sensory image
personification
simile
noun
a writer's use of words which connect to a ... reader's sense of…
a figure of speech in which a nonhuman ... thing (an idea, objec…
a figure of speech that compares two things ... without using th…
is a word used as the name of something: a person, a place,…
sensory image
a writer's use of words which connect to a ... reader's sense of…
personification
a figure of speech in which a nonhuman ... thing (an idea, objec…
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Dramatic Irony
Monologue
Soliloquy
Chorus
A form of irony in which the reader or audience knows more ab…
A dramatic speech delivered by a single character in a play
A long speech delivered by an actor alone on the stage repres…
In traditional or classic drama, a group of performers who sp…
Dramatic Irony
A form of irony in which the reader or audience knows more ab…
Monologue
A dramatic speech delivered by a single character in a play
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Nouns
Adjectives
Pronouns
Verbs
a person, place, thing, or an idea. (Ex. girl, kid )
words that describe or modify a person or thing in the senten…
words that takes the place of a noun. (Ex. it, her)
words that express actions, states, or a relationship between…
Nouns
a person, place, thing, or an idea. (Ex. girl, kid )
Adjectives
words that describe or modify a person or thing in the senten…
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Language arts vocabulary 8-11
Possessed
Evasive
Confrontation
Clunker
To be influenced or controlled
To intentionally avoid
A hostile disagreement face -to-face
Thing that does work correctly or as usual
Possessed
To be influenced or controlled
Evasive
To intentionally avoid
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Language Arts Vocabulary 11
Umbrage
Unbridled
Veer
Verbatim
Sense of injury or insult; to take offense, displeasure
Violent, unbounded, unrestrained
To suddenly change direction; swerve
Using exactly the same words
Umbrage
Sense of injury or insult; to take offense, displeasure
Unbridled
Violent, unbounded, unrestrained
Language Arts Vocabulary #11
Impulsive
Dilapidated
Hospitable
Transit
Unplanned
Run-down
Welcoming
Tool
Impulsive
Unplanned
Dilapidated
Run-down
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Language Arts Vocabulary 11
Scrutinize
Mitigate
Extricate
Accessible
(Verb) to examine in detail with careful or critical attention.
(Verb) to lessen in or intensity, as, grief, harshness, or pa…
(Verb) to free or release from entanglement;disengage
(Adjective) easy to approach, reach, enter, speak with, or use.
Scrutinize
(Verb) to examine in detail with careful or critical attention.
Mitigate
(Verb) to lessen in or intensity, as, grief, harshness, or pa…
Language arts vocabulary 11
Tact, tang, ting, tag, tig
Mem
Morph
Mon
Touch... Intangable
Remember ... Memento
Form... Amphorus
To warn... Admonish
Tact, tang, ting, tag, tig
Touch... Intangable
Mem
Remember ... Memento
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VOCABULARY 11 LANGUAGE ARTS
Momentum
Mortify
Mull
Murky
force or speed of movement
ashamed, embarrassed, humiliated
to think about; ponder
dark and gloomy
Momentum
force or speed of movement
Mortify
ashamed, embarrassed, humiliated
Language Arts Vocabulary 11
Verbatim
Umbridge
Vertigo
Volition
Adverb- Using exactly the same words, word by word
Adjective- professor Umbridge. You get the idea.
Noun- the sensation of dizziness... CHARLES!, standing on a stoo…
Noun- ones own choosing... Ordered veggie sandwich... Going to coll…
Verbatim
Adverb- Using exactly the same words, word by word
Umbridge
Adjective- professor Umbridge. You get the idea.
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Language Arts Vocabulary #11
Concoct
Remitt
Substantive
Stagnate
Make by combining various ingredients.
The action of spending money in payment.
Having separate and independent existence.
Cease to flow or move.
Concoct
Make by combining various ingredients.
Remitt
The action of spending money in payment.
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Praxis II English Language Arts Content Knowledge: Elements of Poetry
Ballad
Canto
Dramatic Monologue
Elegy
A short poem, often written by an anonymous author, comprisin…
The main section of a poem.
A poem in which a character speakers to listeners whose respo…
A piece of literature that displays mournful lament for the d…
Ballad
A short poem, often written by an anonymous author, comprisin…
Canto
The main section of a poem.
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Language Arts Vocabulary #11
decoy
cite
belated
delve
to lure into a trap; (n.) a person or thing used to lure into…
to quote; to mention; to summon to appear in court; to commen…
(adj.) late, tardy
to dig; to search deeply and thoroughly into
decoy
to lure into a trap; (n.) a person or thing used to lure into…
cite
to quote; to mention; to summon to appear in court; to commen…
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Language arts 11 vocabulary
Accustomed
Charge
Collective
Conscientious
customary; usual; habitual
to impute; ascribe the responsibility for
forming a whole; combined
controlled by or done according to one's inner sense of what…
Accustomed
customary; usual; habitual
Charge
to impute; ascribe the responsibility for
English Language Arts List 11
Accustomed
charge
collective
conscientious
customary, regularly
To trust with responsibliity
having to do with a group of indiviuals
to do what's right
Accustomed
customary, regularly
charge
To trust with responsibliity
Language Arts: Vocabulary #11
Abet
Augment
Eulogy
Indelible
To aid, assist, or encourage
To make greater; to supplement
Phrase or tribute
Cannot be removed, washed or erased; permanent
Abet
To aid, assist, or encourage
Augment
To make greater; to supplement
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Language Arts Vocabulary #11
Invocation
Envious
Discourse
Impute
The act of invoking someone
Feeling to show envy
Script
Attribute
Invocation
The act of invoking someone
Envious
Feeling to show envy
English Language Arts,Vocabulary
Humane
Mortal
Planetary
Satellites
Adjective;possessing the best qualities of human beings;kind,…
Adjective;certain to die eventually;causing death;to the deat…
Adjective;referring to a planet or planets;global;wandering;m…
Noun;a planet,moon,or artificial object that orbits a planet;…
Humane
Adjective;possessing the best qualities of human beings;kind,…
Mortal
Adjective;certain to die eventually;causing death;to the deat…
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