Word Lists in the Writing Style and Structure Category

This section covers writing and the structure of various forms of writing, including prose and poetry, novels, short stories, and paragraph structure.

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  • Types of Text Structure (6 words)
    Example: gives evidence of a problem and one or more ways to solve it.: Problem/Solution, tells the characteristics of a topic.: Description, states a main idea or claim and gives details or evidence to support it.: Claim/Support, relates a sequence of events or steps in a process.: Chronological/Sequential
  • Literay Vocabulary (7 words)
    Example: Theme: lesson or moral in the story, Drama: play, Poem: collection of words that express emotions, Details: events in story
  • Literay Vocabulary (7 words)
    Example: Theme: lesson or moral in the story, Drama: play, Poem: collection of words that express emotions, Details: events in story
  • 5th Grade Terms Quiz (7 words)
    Example: Words and expressions with multiple meanings: [m] ambiguity, A brief reference to a person, place, even or another literary work: [m] allusion, An often used expression: [m] verbal cliché, The story of a persons life written by someone else: [m] biography
  • ELA Quiz (7 words)
    Example: Theme: the message of the story, Central Idea: the point of the story, Supporting Evidence: sentences from the story that prove your claim, Objective Summary: just the facts, no opinion
  • Act IV Scene 1 & 2 Quiz (4 words)
    Example: Who's brother did Lepidus say had to die?: [m] Octavius' Brother, Which two people were arguing in Scene 2?: [m] Cassius & Brutus, What is the literary device used in this quote? "There are no tricks in plain and simple faith; / But hollow men, like horses hot at land, / Make gallant show and promise of their mettle.": , Who said this quote? “It is a creature that I teach to fight, To wind, to stop, to run directly on, his corporal motion governed by my spirit and in some taste is Lepidus but so.”:
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  • Figurative Language (7 words)
    Example: A figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with another thing of a different kind, used to make a description more emphatic or vivid : None of the above, The attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics to something nonhuman, or the representation of an abstract quality in human form.: Simile, She was as brave as a lion. : Metaphor, A figure of speech which makes an implicit, implied or hidden comparison between two things.: Personification
  • Figurative Language (7 words)
    Example: A figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with another thing of a different kind, used to make a description more emphatic or vivid : None of the above, The attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics to something nonhuman, or the representation of an abstract quality in human form.: Simile, She was as brave as a lion. : Metaphor, A figure of speech which makes an implicit, implied or hidden comparison between two things.: Personification
  • Workshop #3 - Combat Zone (6 words)
    Example: The narrator waited to ambush the Vietnamese soldier.: [m] attack, The site of the attack was near My The.: [m] place, Soldiers' lives are often in peril.: [m] danger, He is hesitate to throw the grenade.: [m] hesitating
  • Workshop #3 - Combat Zone (7 words)
    Example: The narrator waited to ambush the Vietnamese soldier.: [m] attack, The site of the attack was near My The.: [m] place, Soldiers' lives are often in peril.: [m] danger, He is hesitate to throw the grenade.: [m] hesitating
  • Workshop #3 - Combat Zone (5 words)
    Example: The narrator waited to ambush the Vietnamese soldier.: [m] attack, The site of the attack was near My The.: [m] place, Soldiers' lives are often in peril.: [m] danger, He is hesitate to throw the grenade.: [m] hesitating
  • Nouns (4 words)
    Example: No "s", only 1.: Singular, "S" at the end. Means more than one.: Plural, Name of a person, place, or thing. Starts with a captial letter.: Proper, A noun without a specific name. Starts with a lowercase letter.: Common
  • Demand Quiz 10262018 (7 words)
    Example: WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF DEMAND?: [m] THE QUANTITY A CONSUMER IS WILLING AND ABLE TO PURCHASE AT EACH PRICE, DEMAND HAS HOW MANY PARTS TO IT?: [m] 2, WHAT IS THE LAW OF DEMAND?: [m] WHEN A GOOD’S PRICE IS LOWER, CONSUMERS WILL BUY MORE OF IT. WHEN THE PRICE IS HIGHER, CONSUMERS WILL BUY LESS OF IT., WHY IS A DEMAND SCHEDULE IMPORTANT?: [m] BECAUSE IT IS A TABLE THAT LISTS THE QUANTITY OF A GOOD THAT A PERSON WILL PURCHASE AT VARIOUS PRICES IN A MARKET.
  • PRESENTATION QUIZ 3003 (7 words)
    Example: What _____ the definition of a presentation?: [m] is, What _____ your father do?: [m] does, What _____ the definition of a presentation?: [m] is, What _____ the definition of a presentation?: [m] is
  • PRESENTATION QUIZ 3003 (5 words)
    Example: What _____ the definition of a presentation?: [m] is, What _____ your father do?: [m] does, What _____ the definition of a presentation?: [m] is, What _____ the definition of a presentation?: [m] is
  • PRESENTATION QUIZ 3003 (5 words)
    Example: What _____ the definition of a presentation?: [m] is, What _____ your father do?: [m] does, What _____ the definition of a presentation?: [m] is, What _____ the definition of a presentation?: [m] is
  • Vocabulary Quzi 1 (7 words)
    Example: ____________________ is creating a condensed version of another’s(or your own) text.: Summary , “[A] self-contained, short, and powerful statement that describes a larger work” is called a(n) __________________________________.: Abstract, A concise summary of the most important aspects of a longer text that helps busy executives or managers to quickly review the material is a(n) _________________________________________________.: Executive summary, A ________________________________ is a summary that typically includes an evaluation of a movie, performance, exhibit, or book.: Review
  • Vocabulary Quzi 1 (7 words)
    Example: ____________________ is creating a condensed version of another’s(or your own) text.: Summary , “[A] self-contained, short, and powerful statement that describes a larger work” is called a(n) __________________________________.: Abstract, A concise summary of the most important aspects of a longer text that helps busy executives or managers to quickly review the material is a(n) _________________________________________________.: Executive summary, A ________________________________ is a summary that typically includes an evaluation of a movie, performance, exhibit, or book.: Review
  • Julius Caesar- Act 4, Scene 1 Quiz (5 words)
    Example: Who is checking off the names?: Mark Antony, Who's brother are they killing?: Lepidus' Brother, What does "divvy" mean: To divide , What did Antony and Octavious compare Lepidus to?: A horse
  • Julius Caesar- Act 4, Scene 1 Quiz (5 words)
    Example: Who is checking off the names?: Mark Antony, Who's brother are they killing?: Lepidus' Brother, What does "divvy" mean: To divide , What did Antony and Octavious compare Lepidus to?: A horse
  • Parts of a paragraph (7 words)
    Example: A paragraph is about how many things?: One, How many sentences should you include in a paragraph?: Three to five, What are the three types of sentences in a paragraph?: Topic, detail, summary, What is in the first sentence of a paragraph?: The topic

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