Tomorrow’s Test: Roots, Vocabulary, Literary Shtuff, Outsiders, Husker Du.
Checking: Roots word lists.
“Warm Up, 10/8.” What are the literal meanings of these words, by their roots’ definitions?
Vocabulary Relay! Can Period Three get their groove back? Will Period Five stay on top? Will Period One crawl out of the basement? Can Period Four ever stop tying?
“Vocabulary Pretest, 10/8.” 13/13 = Exempt for test and +3. 12/13 = +2. 10 or 11/13 = +1. No cheat sheets. No help. 8 minutes.
adversary, aplomb, banish, grueling, concoction, disdain, dispel, engross, diminish, exhilarate, perceive
- The good experience ____(ed) some of our fears about the process.
- We sat there, ___(ed) in his fascinating shipwreck tale.
- It was a(n) _____(ing) roller coaster ride; exited with smiles on our faces.
- As the snowfall ____(ed), we were finally able to see the road.
- The theme of Richard Cory is that what you ______ is not necessarily what the reality is.
- With ____, the bomb expert quickly defused the deadly device.
- The atheist’s book aims to ____the notion of a heavenly afterlife. (not diminish)
- Dally obviously has great _____ for the law and tries to circumvent it as often as he can.
- The three hour Advanced Placement test was very _____. She took a long nap afterward.
- He was ___(ed) to his room until his homework was finished.
- bored : engrossed :: relaxing : ______
- (2) He tricked his ____ into drinking a poisonous ___.
Literary Shtuff Review. Write the ANSWER this time.
- “Soda was like a long-legged palomino colt that has to get his nose into everything.” a) foreshadowing b) flashback c) protagonist d) irony e) metaphor f) simile g) theme
- “It was almost four months ago…” a) foreshadowing b) flashback c) protagonist d) irony e) metaphor f) simile g) theme
- “I killed him,” he said slowly, “I killed that boy.” a) exposition b) inciting action c) rising action d) climax e) falling action f) metaphor g) foreshadowing
- “I know better now.” a) simile b) flashback c) protagonist d) irony e) metaphor f) foreshadowing
- (?) Which of the following types of conflict are present in The Outsiders? Choose all that apply. a) man vs man b) man vs society c) man vs nature d) man vs himself