Word Lists in the Books / Literature / Poetry Category

Great novels and poets. Shakespeare and Shelley. Literature from ancient Greece through to the 21st century.

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  • Two Kinds Question Sheet (5 words)
    Example: How does the mother's character evolve throughout the story?: , How would you describe the relationship between the narrator and her mother?: , What's the difference between the Narrator's and Mother's end goals?: , How do you think the Narrator feels about her mother by the end of the story?:
    Created 2019-11-26
  • Two Kinds Question Sheet (5 words)
    Example: How does the mother's character evolve throughout the story?: , How would you describe the relationship between the narrator and her mother?: , What's the difference between the Narrator's and Mother's end goals?: , How do you think the Narrator feels about her mother by the end of the story?:
    Created 2019-11-26
  • Authors (7 words)
    Example: JEFFKINNEY, LIZPICHON, JKROWLING, TOMPALMER
    Created 2019-11-17
  • Reading Strategies (7 words)
    Example: Cause: Why it happens, Effect: What happens, Sequence: The order in which things are done or events happen, Summarizing: Identifying key ideas in a text and presenting those ideas in a short form
    Created 2019-10-02
  • Reading Strategies (7 words)
    Example: Cause: Why it happens, Effect: What happens, Sequence: The order in which things are done or events happen, Summarizing: Identifying key ideas in a text and presenting those ideas in a short form
    Created 2019-10-02
  • Reading Strategies (7 words)
    Example: Cause: Why it happens, Effect: What happens, Sequence: The order in which things are done or events happen, Summarizing: Identifying key ideas in a text and presenting those ideas in a short form
    Created 2019-10-02
  • Address to the Haggis 4 (6 words)
    Example: nit: nut, walie: ample, large, jolly, also an interjection of distress, sned: To lop, cut off, thrissle: thistle
    Created 2019-01-26
  • Address to the Haggis 2 (7 words)
    Example: hurdies: loins, wad: would, to bet, pledge, dight: loins, kyte: belly
    Created 2019-01-26
  • Module 1 Review (7 words)
    Example: 1. What does the word "cite" mean?: [m] to quote (a passage, book, author, etc.), Books are: [m] italicized, Articles are: [m] placed with quotation marks, The largest part of the essay is called the : [m] body
    Created 2018-10-15
  • Alice in Wonderland Vocabulary Quiz 4-6 (7 words)
    Example: something you have to go and do: [m] errand, a game with balls and clubs played on the grass: [m] croquet, a person who makes hats: [m] hatter, not gently: [m] roughly
    Created 2017-09-07
  • The Westing Game (7 words)
    Example: what is the name of the apartment building owned by westing estate : A. sunset towers B. holiday inn C. Westings D. Mr. Hoo's, What is turtle wexler's Halloween costume: A. bunny B. murder C. witch D. Queen E. princess F. frog, true or false: Turtle's real name is Alice: True or False, True or false: Angela is the bomber: True or False
    Created 2015-12-15
  • The Westing Game (7 words)
    Example: what is the name of the apartment building owned bywesting estate : A. sunset towers B. holiday inn C. Westings D. Mr. Hoo's, What is turtle wexler's Halloween costume: A. bunny B. murder C. witch D. Queen E. princess F. frog, true or false: Turtle's real name is Alice: True or False, True or false: Angela is the bomber: True or False
    Created 2015-12-15
  • Corina (7 words)
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    Created 2013-08-26
  • Shakespeare's Plays (14 words)
    Example: Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, Twelfth Night, The Tempest
    Created 2012-09-21
  • Famous Authors Quiz (12 words)
    Example: Who wrote "Wuthering Heights"?: Emily Brontë, When 18, Mary Shelley started writing her novel about this scientist and monster: Frankenstein, "Pride and Prejudice", published in 1813, was written by this author: Jane Austen, Published in 1950, "I, Robot" was written by this sci-fi author: Isaac Asimov
    Created 2012-08-30
  • Famous Authors Printable Word Search Quiz (12 words)
    Example: Who wrote "Wuthering Heights"?: Emily Brontë, Mary Shelley started writing her novel about this scientist and his monster when she was 18: Frankenstein, "Pride and Prejudice", published in 1813, was written by this author: Jane Austen, Published in 1950, "I, Robot" was written by this sci-fi author: Isaac Asimov
    Created by carlita - 2012-08-01

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