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  1. 842 You know how we do! CST Boot Camp Brought to you by Ms. Tran  GET READY TO BE EDUCATED!!!!

  2. 1. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  3. 2. ALLITERATION • Think “LL” – L is a consonant – REPETITION OF consonant sounds • Live. Laugh. Love.

  4. 3. ALLUSION • When I say “Hakunamata” –I am referencing…THE LION KING! • The makers of the Scream movie ALLUDED TO Munch’s work of art “The Scream” in order to instill fear.

  5. 4. AMBIGUITY • Mysterious, unclear, up to interpretation • The end of “LADY OR THE TIGER?”

  6. 5. ANALOGY • Comparing two things to show likeness • Ex: Climbing towards 842 to climbing towards the highest peak of the mountain.

  7. 6. ANECDOTE • SHORT STORY • SAY IT WITH ME 5 TIMES!!!!!

  8. 7. ASIDE • Character in a play is talking to another character on the side but audience hears and not others on stage. • Regina tells a secret to Kate. No other characters know but Kate and the audience.

  9. 8.ASSONANCE • -A SOUND!!!! • If worse comes to worst, remember ALLITERATION has 2 L’s = consonant….so the other one, assonance, must be the VOWELS!!!

  10. 9. AUTHOR • You know this. Don’t be silly.

  11. 10. AUTOBIOGRAPHY • AUTO = CAR • YOU DRIVE THE CAR • YOU WRITE THE STORY If worse comes to worst, just remember you wrote one quarter 1…

  12. 11. BALLAD • Think BALLAD – BABY • Rock-a-Bye Baby: • Hush-a-by baby, On the tree top, When the wind blows, The cradle will rock. When the bough breaks, The cradle will fall, And down will fall baby Cradle and all.

  13. 12. BIOGRAPHY • BIO = LIFE • STORY ABOUT SOMEONE’S LIFE

  14. 13. BLANK VERSE • NO RHYME NO RHYTHM. • Blank = nothing required

  15. 14. CHARACTER • PERSON IN A STORY, POEM, OR PLAY • STATIC = doesn’t change, static on TV • DYNAMIC = Dynamite! Explosion! Changes! • FLAT = 1-2 traits, FLAT…NOT MUCH • ROUND = Like a REAL PERSON, has many traits

  16. 15. CLIMAX • CLIMB TO THE TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN!! (highest point in the story)

  17. 16. COMEDY • NOT NECESSARILY FUNNY. • THINK about smiling after something funny, think smiling because you’re happy… HAPPILY EVER AFTER.

  18. 17. COMIC RELIEF • FINDING NEMO = when things get serious, Dory makes a joke to provide COMIC RELIEF 

  19. 18. CONFLICT • Conflict rhymes with convict • Imagine if a convict moved in with you…how would that cause CONFLICT. He steals your toothbrush! And your cereal?!?!?!? And dates your mom!?!?!? NOOOOOO!!!

  20. 19. CONNOTATION • Connotation • Think nation • What do people think or feel about America?

  21. 20. COUPLET • 2 Lines that Rhyme = a Couple  • So long as men can breathe or eyes can see, So long lives this, and this gives life to thee.

  22. 21. DESCRIPTION • Author DESCRIBES as if you, the reader, were there!!!

  23. 22. DIALECT • DIAL the telephone = hear people talking = people talking from different areas. • Huntington Beach: Hey dude, what’s up bro. • Southern: Ain’t your mama ever taught you nothin? • Louisiana: New Orleans = Nawlins

  24. 23. DIALOGUE • Conversation between 2 + people • Ms. Tran: Will you guys please study for the CSTs? • Class: Of course! Whatever you wish, Ms. Tran! I appreciate all of your hard work and time put into helping us study so hard! You’re the best ever! • Ms. Tran: I love you, period __.

  25. 24.DICTION • Think DICTIONary….what do you find? WORDS!!!! • Writer’s choice of WORDS!!!

  26. 25. DRAMA • Story meant to be acted for an audience. • We are reading Romeo and Juliet, but it is supposed to be seen as a play.

  27. 26. DRAMATIC MONOLOGUE • Poem “From Mother to Son” • Mother speaks to son through the poem • Poem is directed to the son • The son = silent listener (never says anything)

  28. 27. EPIC • EPIC!!! WOW!!! LONG STORY!!! (about great deeds of a hero) • ODYSSEY = GREEK HERO ODYSSEUS’ QUEST

  29. 28. EPITHET • Think Epithet – het- HAT • Abraham Lincoln wore a top HAT • “Honest Abe” –descriptive phrase for him.

  30. 29. ESSAY • YOU WRITE THESE IN CLASS! • PERSONAL = free write, informal • FORMAL = serious, academic language

  31. 30.EXPOSITION • EXPO = EXPLAIN = Writing in which you explain Example: a cook book recipe tells you how to cook something • Exposition in plot = Basic Situation

  32. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  33. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  34. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  35. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  36. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  37. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  38. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  39. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  40. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  41. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  42. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  43. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  44. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  45. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  46. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  47. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  48. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  49. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)

  50. ALLEGORY • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!! • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)