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  1. ENGLISH 10B Start-Up Vocabulary YOUR FIRST 25 WORDS

  2. WHAT IS A Metaphor? • What does Extended MEAN? • Put those together… Extended Metaphor

  3. Will Ferrell's Extended Metaphor: The University of Life"I graduated from the University of Life. All right? I received a degree from the School of Hard Knocks. And our colors were black and blue, baby. I had office hours with the Dean of Bloody Noses. All right? I borrowed my class notes from Professor Knuckle Sandwich and his Teaching Assistant, Ms. Fat Lip Thon Nyun. That’s the kind of school I went to for real, okay?"(Will Ferrell, Commencement Address at Harvard University, 2003) Example (Ferrell, 2003)

  4. Signal is a synonym of foreshadowing Foreshadowing


  6. Practice Imagescan be drawn from all sorts of things we observe in life. For each category, create two images—one pleasant and one unpleasant. Try to include images that appeal to all five senses.


  8. Imagine a normal world with magical qualities and then put it down in writing. Magical realism is exactly what it sounds like. MAGICAL REALISM

  9. NOW YOUR TURN Write a short paragraph of a time that you were late. Use magic/fantasy within your writing.

  10. "War is peace." • "Freedom is slavery." • "Ignorance is strength." • (George Orwell, 1984) Let’s Talk about it! Paradox

  11. Pathos • Ethos • Logos • Argumentative (Rhetoric) styles Rhetoric VIDEO EXPLANATION OF RHETORIC STYLES

  12. “All the world’s a stage, • And all the men and women merely players; • they have their exits and their entrances; • And one man in his time plays many parts,” • William Shakespeare Symbolism

  13. The Narrator knows what all the characters are thinking. The Author uses different point of views throughout the story to describe a similar event. The Chronicles of Death Foretold is a good example of third-person Omniscience Third-person omniscience

  14. Consonance Trapped with tribulations surrounding our triumphant times. Assonance • The thought brought a meaning that that aught of taught us how live life. Assonance and Consonance

  15. Brevity • These topics may be grouped together, for the sake of brevity, under a thesis statement.

  16. Discern • To tell the difference between things.

  17. A synonym for Empathy is Caring. • I showed empathy for the dying penguin. Empathy Antonyms: hatred or apathy

  18. Mr. Snyder gave explicit directions for the assignment. Explicit Synonym – clear

  19. TONE The Author’s Attitude

  20. MOOD What the Author wants the audience to FEEL

  21. SATIRE How does this picture have elements of Satire.

  22. Machismo A Latin American way of saying a guy is trying too hard to be MACHO

  23. By looking at this picture you should understand what Jubilation means. Jubilation

  24. Synonyms: Perfect, Happy Antonym: Flawed Dictionary Definition: extremely happy, peaceful, or picturesque. Deals with places or time My Definition: The perfect setting. Sentence: The sunset on Lake Michigan is an Idyllic way to spend the evening. Idyllic

  25. Synonym: Accomplish, Achieve Antonym: Incomplete Consummated Dictionary: To bring to a state of perfection; fulfill. to complete (an arrangement, agreement, or the like) by a pledge or the signing of a contract: The company consummated its deal to buy a smaller firm. to complete (the union of a marriage) by the first marital sexual intercourse. My Definition: To finish completely Sentence: I consummated mowing the grass by having a Coca Cola.

  26. GRANDUER What does it sound like….

  27. Frivolous What do you think frivolous means in the sentence above?

  28. Tremendous Large and in charge