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Michelle Dupray 2-1-10 English 9: William Shakespeare

Michelle Dupray 2-1-10 English 9: William Shakespeare

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Michelle Dupray2-1-10
English 9: William Shakespeare“Romeo and Juliet”Literary Devices
1.Plot – main events of a novel, play, etc. – shown by the writer ininterrelated sequences2.Setting – place or time a play, novel, etc. is set3.Point of view – the position the story is told in4.Characterization – makes plots through actions of the characteror words about them5.Theme – the concept6.Alliteration – same letter/sound at the beginning of words thatare close together in a sentence7.Allusion – made to bring something to mind without mentioning itclearly8.Analogy – comparison between two different things9.Antagonist – the opposing person (adversary)10.Aside – not in the way11.Blank Verse – a verse that does not rhyme12.Climax – the greatest point of the story13.Comic Relief – something humorous that relieves some of theseriousness/tension of the story14. Conflict - disagreement15.Couplet – two lines of a single verse16.Diction – choice/use of words used17.Dramatic Irony – the reader knows something the characters donot know18.Dramatic Structure – action, place, and time19.Epithet – adjective or phrase used to show the qualities of aperson/thing20.Figurative Language – simile or metaphor21.Foreshadowing – future/outcome of the story is proposed by theauthor before it actually happens22.Foil – character who is exactly opposite of another character23.Imagery – words used to describe24.Irony – something happens that is unpredicted25.Meter – way symbols are put into patterns (rhythmical)26.Metaphor – when an item takes places of another (in a sentence)27.Monologue – one character talking to himself/the reader28.Oxymoron – figure of speech – contradicts itself 29.Personification – used to show a great quality in something(generally a figure is used)
30.Protagonist - leading/major character31.Pun – has many different meanings (all apply)32.Rhyme Scheme – the rhyming at the end of poem lines or verses33.Simile – comparison of one thing to something else (generallydifferent); adds more description34.Situational Irony – situation happens that is unexpected35.Soliloquy – speaking thoughts aloud while alone or not mindingof other people36.Sonnet – poem with fourteen lines; any formal rhyme scheme37.Symbol – something that stands for another thing38.Tragedy – something disastrous happens to a main character39.Verbal Irony – something is said that is unexpected
World Geography: Western EuropeWebQuest
Go to phschool.com
Under Course Content…Web Codes…insert mjk-0015 then pressGo
Left hand side of the page…under Course Content…click ontoSOCIAL STUDIES
Under Student Resources click on Textbook Companion Sites
UnderSelect Your State and Textbook Program…click on arrowsafter State and select Intl
Next…go to program arrows and select World Geography thenpress Go
Scroll down toUNIT 4: WESTERN EUROPEand click ontoChapter 14: Regional Atlas: Introduction to Western Europe…read theSummaryto answer the questions:
Why is the continent of Europe called “a peninsula of peninsulas?” – There are a lot of small peninsulas that arenorth, west, and south in Europe, which is why it is called“a peninsula of peninsulas”.
What is a peninsula? (look this up in the dictionary if youdon’t know) – A peninsula is an area of land surroundedalmost entirely by water.
What peninsula stretches into the Mediterranean Sea? – The Italaian Peninsula stretches into the MediterraneanSea,
Is Greece a peninsula? – Greece is a peninsula.
Above theSummarysection…click ontoGo Online Activities
On this page, underEnrichment: Ecosystems…click ontoecosystems
On this page, click ontoGeography
On this page, click ontoWorld Geography
On this page, under World Geography…scroll down to TheDifference between the U.K., Great Britain, England, and theBritish Isles…and click on that link
On this page, take some time to maneuver…reading numerousfacts, answer the following questions.
What countries compriseGreat Britain? – The countriesthat comprise Great Britain are England, Scotland, andWales.
What is the capital of Great Britain? – The capital of GreatBritain is London, England.
What doesGreater Londonmean? – Greater London is theCorporation of the City of London.
What are boroughs and how many are in theCity of London? – Boroughs are towns or districts. There are 32boroughs in London.
Where isWaleslocated in reference to England? – Wales islocated west of England.
When wasWalesunited with England? – Wales becameunited with England in 1536.
What river separatesScotlandfrom England? – The riversthat separate Scotland from England are the Tweed Riverand the Liddell River.
What year wereScotland,England, andWales united under the name of theUnited Kingdomof Great Britain? –Scotland, England and Wales were united under the nameof the United Kingdom of Great Britain in 1707.
What is the capital of Northern Ireland? – The capital of Northern Ireland is Belfast.
Where is theIsle of Manlocated and what is the total areaof this island? – The Isle of Mean is located in the Irish Sea. The total area of the island is 227 sq miles.
When did theIsle of Manenter the control of England? – The Isle of Mean entered the control of England in 1341.
How does theIsle of Mangoverned? - The Isle of Man isgoverned by a lieutenant governor, legislative council, anda House of Keys.
What is meant byEuropean Unionand how many countriesare there? – The European Union is the Treaty of EuropeanUnion. There are 27 countries.

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