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Toolbox#1

  1. 1. Welcome to ClassGet your folders for DOL/QW
  2. 2. Homework Study for Toolbox Quiz #1- Friday Op-ed article- due next Thursday Bring Great Gatsby
  3. 3. DOL- SAT Sentence Completion 9/29/11-1. The two artists differed 2.____ by nature, Jones markedly in their spoke very little even to his temperaments; Palmer own family members. was reserved and courteous, Frazer ____ and boastful. A. garrulous B. equivocal C. taciturnA. phlegmatic D. arrogantB. choleric E. gregariousC. constrainedD. tractableE. stoic
  4. 4.  phlegmatic = calm,  garrulous = talkative; imperturbable;  equivocal = ambiguous; Choleric- easily angered  Taciturn= inclined to silence constrained = restrained;  gregarious = sociable tractable = easily lead,  arrogant= you docile; know, arrogant stoic = having fortitude
  5. 5. Quick Write What’s our current paradigm regarding gun laws? How is this issue divisive? Between whom? Why? Why is this an issue? What are your views? Why? Where do they spawn from? Is this a cultural issue? How? Why?
  6. 6. Toolbox #1Take notes and study for quiz on Friday
  7. 7. Allegory The device of using character and/or story elements symbolically to represent an abstraction in addition to the literal meaning. In some allegories, for example, an author may intend the characters to personify an abstraction like hope or freedom. The allegorical meaning usually deals with moral truth or a generalization about human existence.
  8. 8. Allusion A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumably commonly known, such as an event, book, myth, place, or work of art. Allusions can be historical, literary, religious, topical, or mythical. There are many more possibilities, and a work may simultaneously use multiple layers of allusion.
  9. 9. Aphorism A terse statement of known authorship which expresses a general truth or a moral principle. (If the authorship is unknown, the statement is generally considered to be a folk proverb.) An aphorism can be a memorable summation of the author’s point.
  10. 10. Apostrophe A figure of speech that directly addresses an absent or imaginary person or a personified abstraction, such as liberty or love. It is an address to someone or something that cannot answer. The effect may add familiarity or emotional intensity.
  11. 11. Alliteration The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds in two or more neighboring words (as in “she sells sea shells”). Although the term is not frequently in the multiple choice section, you can look for alliteration in any essay passage. The repetition can reinforce meaning, unify ideas, supply a musical sound, and/or echo the sense of the passage.
  12. 12. Analogy A similarity or comparison between two different things or the relationship between them. An analogy can explain something unfamiliar by associating it with or pointing out its similarity to something more familiar. Analogies can also make writing more vivid, imaginative, or intellectually engaging
  13. 13. Antecedent The word, phrase, or clause referred to by a pronoun. The AP language exam occasionally asks for the antecedent of a given pronoun in a long, complex sentence or in a group of sentences
  14. 14. Ambiguity The multiple meanings, either intentional or unintentional, of a word, phrase, sentence, or passage.
  15. 15. Colloquial The use of slang or informalities in speech or writing. Not generally acceptable for formal writing, colloquialisms give a work a conversational, familiar tone. Colloquial expressions in writing include local or regional dialects.
  16. 16. Conceit A fanciful expression, usually in the form of an extended metaphor or surprising analogy between seemingly dissimilar objects. A conceit displays intellectual cleverness as a result of the unusual comparison being made.
  17. 17. Connotation The non-literal, associative meaning of a word; the implied, suggested meaning. Connotations may involve ideas, emotions, or attitudes.
  18. 18. Clause A grammatical unit that contains both a subject and a verb
  19. 19. Correct Gatsby Test
  20. 20. Op-ed assignment

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