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1
English 10 Midterm Review 2014-15
  • Literary Terms
  • OGT reading/writing
  • MUGS/MLA
  • All Quiet and War materials
  • Application of Reading Strategies and Skills

2
Exam breakdown
  • 1-16 Literary terms (terms and definitions)
  • 17-24 All Quiet Qs
  • 25-35 More lit terms (think ism type Qs)
  • 36-39 MLA
  • 40-51 Research Writing (matching terms)
  • 52-58 OGT style grammar and writing questions
  • 59-64 Sentence structure (complete sentence,
    fragment, run-on)
  • 65-71 Independent vs. subordinate clauses
  • 72-75 MUGS (which is betterA or B)
  • 76-79 Poetry application
  • 80-87 Short story application
  • 88-100 Nonfiction application

3
Terms
4
Pick the correct term
  • Attitude a writer takes towards subject,
    character, or reader
  • Tone
  • Symbol
  • Extended metaphor
  • Simile
  • Characterization

5
  • A person, place, or thing that stands for
    something else
  • Tone
  • Symbol
  • Extended metaphor
  • Simile
  • Characterization

6
  • Life is like a box of chocolates you never know
    what youre gonna get (Forest Gump).
  • Tone
  • Symbol
  • Extended metaphor
  • Simile
  • Characterization

7
This quotation includes what? (list several)
  • He was tall, about fifty, with darkly handsome,
    almost sinister features a neatly trimmed
    mustache, hair turning silver at the temples, and
    eyes so black they were like tinted windows of a
    sleek limousine -he could see out, but you
    couldnt see in (Berendt 3).

8
Whats the following point of view?
  • This exam will be easy for you, Mrs. Hannan
    said. She hoped all the students had studied.
    All of the students smiled with confidence,
    knowing that they had worked hard.

9
Whats the point of view?
  • I felt like I was trapped in one of those
    terrifying nightmares, the one where you have to
    run, run till your lungs burst, but you cant
    make your body move fast enough (Meyer 1).

10
  • ________ established time and place AND
    establishes the mood and tone?

11
  • setting

12
Similar themes can often be found in different
genres.
  • List two stories, poems, plays, movies, novels,
    etc. that have similar themes

13
mugs
14
Capitalization
  • Names of people
  • (Alice, Bob)
  • Days of the week, months, holidays
  • (NOT seasons)
  • Periods, events in history
  • (Middle Ages)
  • Official Documents
  • (Declaration of Independence)
  • Special Events
  • (Hudson Spring Gala Dance)

15
Capitalize
  • Languages, nationalities, religions
  • (English, Canadian)
  • Trade names
  • (Pontiac Sunfire)
  • Official titles used with names
  • (Mayor Bob Smith)
  • Geographical names, planets, continents,
    countries, states, provinces, cities, towns,
    villages, streets, landforms, bodies of
    water,buildings, monuments, public areas
  • (Milky Way, Hudson)

16
Your/Youre MUGS 4
  • Which one is possessive?

17
Their/There/Theyre
  • There the opposite of here, indicates a place.
  • I live over there
  • Their the possessive form of they.
  • They live there but it isnt their house
  • Theyre They are.
  • Theyre over there in their new house

18
Than/Then
  • THAN Used to show comparison and preference
  • Examples He is richer than I. I would rather
    dance than eat.
  • THEN Used to show a time other than now,
    indicate next, suggest a logical conclusion.
  • Examples He was younger then. First we must
    study, then we can play. If youve studied hard,
    then the exam should be no problem.

19
Apostrophes-MUGS 5
  • 1. Use an apostrophe to show one or more letters
    left out of a word.
  • (hadnt, theyd, its)
  • 2. Add an apostrophe and an -s to form the
    possessive for a singular noun or a plural noun
    that does not end in s. Add only an apostrophe
    to plural nouns that end in s.
  • (mens department, classs fan, ships escape,
    students homework, bosses orders, childrens
    book).
  • When a singular proper noun ends with an s or a z
    sound, you usually add an s if it is a one
    syllable word. (Rosss, Carlos essay)

20
Apostrophes
  • 3. If two nouns share possession, then use the
    possessive form for the last noun in the series
    if the nouns do not share possession, then use
    possessive form with each noun in the series.
  • (Sam, Tom, and Joes band is great Sams, Toms,
    and Joes bands are playing tonight)
  • 4. Form the possessive of a compound noun by
    placing the possessive ending after the last
    word.
  • (their fathers-in-laws birthday, twin-sisters
    smiles)
  • 5. Use an apostrophe and s to form the plural of
    a letter, a number, a sign, or a word discussed
    as a word.
  • (Bs, 8s, s, too many ands in the sentence)

21
Try these
  • Correct or Incorrect?
  • New clients accounts showed an 11 percent
    increase in sales.
  • Most childrens imaginations run wild when told
    that story.
  • Her husbands wallet was full of curious, little
    items.
  • my Moms birthday was nothing compared to my
    sisters twin boys party.

22
Try these
  • Yes I will be happy to stay for dinner but not
    for dessert.
  • I love cookies chocolate and cold sweet milk as a
    special dessert at night.
  • Tutti our friendly and curious dog loves small
    children not adults to play with.
  • I went to the library but Jan went roller-skating
    with Tom Pete and Hank.

23
Try these
  • After the busses departure the students teachers
    sighed with relief.
  • I am going to the store but not to the ice cream
    shop.
  • The woman riding the white horse is Tinas Aunt.

24
Organizing an Essay-MUGS 8
  • ALWAYS use multiple paragraphs and ALWAYS have an
    introduction and conclusion.
  • ALWAYS pre-write.
  • ALWAYS revise.

25
Fragments
  • Needed the materials for the science project.
  • Lifting the heavy boxes, I hurt my back.
  • After I dribbled the ball down the court.

26
Run-ons
  • How can you fix a run-on sentence????

27
Semi Colons and Commas
  • Use a semi colon between two complete sentences
    that are related
  • Use a semi colon to introduce a list that follows
    a complete sentence
  • Use a comma after introductory words or phrases

28
Semicolons and commas
  • Correct or incorrect?
  • There are many things you need to bring for the
    camping trip water, food, sleeping bag, and bug
    spray.
  • My dog ran away I am worried.
  • I like birds, movies, cheese, and robots.
  • According to John the test is really easy.

29
Shifts in verb tense
  • Do not shift tenses if the time frame for the
    events is the same.
  • Do shift tenses to indicate a change from one
    time frame to the other.

30
Shifts in verb tense
  • Correct or Incorrect?
  • About noon the sky darkened, a breeze sprang up,
    and a low rumble announces the approaching storm.
  • Yesterday we had walked to school but later rode
    the bus home.
  • The children love their new tree house, which
    they built themselves.

31
All Quiet on the western Front
32
Who is the author of All Quiet?
  • Eric Maria Remarque

33
Who are the following characters?
  • Paul Baumer
  • Detering
  • Albert Kropp
  • Himmelstoss
  • Stanislav Katczinsky
  • Kantorek
  • Gerald Duvall
  • Muller
  • Tjaden
  • Franz Kemmerich
  • Mittlestaedt
  • Ollerich

34
  • What term does Paul's teacher refer to the class
    as?

35
  • Iron youth

36
  • From their early training, what is the best thing
    the soldiers learn?

37
  • Camaraderie or esprit de corps

38
  • What -ism is this an example of ?
  • "I had the best day. I woke up and. My mom had my
    favorite breakfast waiting for me, then a text
    came saying school was cancelled, then I watched
    my favorite shows all day. It was the perfect
    day."

39
  • What -ism is the following?
  • "We became like wild beasts when the school gave
    out free candy in the cafeteria. We fought each
    other for the Snickers and Reese's cups. It was
    crazy and difficult to get food."

40
  • Give an example of romanticism from All Quiet.

41
  • Give an example of naturalism from All Quiet.

42
  • Olerich, the sniper, is presented in direct
    contrast to Paul after Paul's return from his
    ordeal with Duvall. What literary device is used
    here?

43
  • Paul and Olerich are foils of each other.

44
  • What is an apostrophe? give an example from All
    Quiet.

45
What are the following isms?
  • Romanticism
  • Realism
  • Naturalism

46
What literary term is in the following?
  • Death is hunting us downnow, for the first time
    in three days we can oppose him we can see his
    face we feel a mad anger.

47
What literary term is in the following?
  • By the animal instinct that is awakened within
    us, we are led and protectedWe have become wild
    beasts. (not metaphor)

48
What literary term is in the following?
  • The front is a mysterious whirlpool.

49
What literary term is in the following?
  • O Earth, thou grantest us the great resisting
    surge of new-won life.

50
What literary term is in the following?
  • During one scene the men are fighting and seeing
    people blown out of their clothes. In the very
    next scene, the men are feeling a little peace
    while they eat and speak with each other.

51
War Poetry
  • Dulce et Decorum Est
  • The Man He Killed
  • Speaker?
  • Purpose?
  • Message?
  • Literary Devices?

52
MLA
53
How do head a paper?
  • Name
  • Teachers Name
  • Class
  • Day Month Year
  • OR
  • Name
  • Class
  • Teachers Name
  • Month Day, Year

54
What is the purpose of MLA?
55
What appears on a Works Cited page?
56
  • What are the margins and spacing for an MLA paper?

57
  • What are the margins and spacing for an MLA
    paper?
  • 1 inch, double-spaced

58
  • Can a direct quotation stand alone?

59
  • Can a direct quotation stand alone?
  • NO!!!!!! ?

60
  • You must use the speaker and situation to
    introduce a direct quotation.

61
  • What appears in the header?

62
  • What appears in the header
  • Jones 5
  • Last name page number

63
  • Good luck on your exam.
  • Take your time, use good test-taking skills. ?
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