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Denotation/connotation

Denotation/connotation

Denotation/connotation. Denotation is the strict dictionary definition of a word. It is the literal meaning of any given word. What is denotation?. Connotation is the emotional and imaginative association surrounding a word.

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London & North Eastern Railway Co. (LNER) v Berriman

London & North Eastern Railway Co. (LNER) v Berriman

London & North Eastern Railway Co. (LNER) v Berriman. Case details:

By tessica
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Types of Comedy & Comedic Devices

Types of Comedy & Comedic Devices

Types of Comedy & Comedic Devices. FARCE. Definition: comedy based on far-fetched, humorous situations. T.V. shows: “Friends”, “Seinfeld”. Films: “ Superbad”, “I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry”, “Enchanted”, “Tropic Thunder”**. **Also a satire. SATIRE. Definition:

By esme
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Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Chapter 5. Newton’s Laws of Motion. Outline. Force and Mass Newton’s First, Second, and Third Laws of Motion Free-Body Diagrams Examples of applying Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion One-dimension Inclined Plane. Force and Mass. Force : A force, simply put, is a push or a pull.

By ziva
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The Highwayman Essay Plan

The Highwayman Essay Plan

The Highwayman Essay Plan. Question. In The Highwayman, the author Alfred Noyes creates a dark and sinister atmosphere. Discuss how the author creates this atmosphere with reference to similes, metaphors, onomatopoeia, symbolism and foreshadowing.

By paul
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Chemistry

Chemistry

Chemistry. Chemistry - the study of matter and its interactions The universe is made up of matter and energy. THERE IS NOTHING ELSE. Matter - You can see, hear, smell, taste, and feel matter. Even invisible air you breathe is matter. Matter has mass

By archana
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POETRY

POETRY

POETRY. POETRY. A type of literature that expresses ideas, feelings, or tells a story in a specific form (usually using lines and stanzas). POET The poet is the author of the poem. SPEAKER The speaker of the poem is the “narrator” of the poem. . POINT OF VIEW IN POETRY.

By kateb
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Literary Terms

Literary Terms

Literary Terms. Please copy the following literary term into the “Literary Terms” section of your notebook.

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Literary Terms

Literary Terms

Literary Terms. (for narratives). Narrative: tells a story. SETTING: Where and when the story takes place. THEME The insight about human life that is revealed in a literary work. Symbol. symbol combines its literal meaning with the suggestion of an abstract concept. Point of View.

By anatole
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Poetry

Poetry

Poetry. Mrs. Garcia 7 th Grade Reading. Rhetorical Device. (n.) A use of language that creates a literary effect (but often without regard for literary significance). Similie. A comparison of two unlike things using the words “like” or “as”

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Rhetorical Terms

Rhetorical Terms

Rhetorical Terms. Literary Devices. Abstract Language describes concepts rather than concrete images Ad Hominem an attack on the person rather than on the opponent’s ideas; Latin: “against the man”

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Six Steps of the Writing Process

Six Steps of the Writing Process

Six Steps of the Writing Process. Six Steps of the Writing Process. I. Planning II. Shaping III. Drafting IV. Revising V. Editing VI. Proofreading. I. Planning. consider purpose, audience, tone; choose topic; discover ideas. A. Determining the Purpose.

By wanda
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How to Analyze a Poem

How to Analyze a Poem

How to Analyze a Poem. Poets construct poems on purpose Every word and space has meaning All aspects (parts) of a poem contribute to the meaning Most poems have many layers to uncover. Elements to Analyze.

By ganesa
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Exploring Poetic Imagery & Figurative Language

Exploring Poetic Imagery & Figurative Language

Exploring Poetic Imagery & Figurative Language. Ava Askew. 6 th grade TEKS Objectives. English Language Arts and Reading, Grade 6. (8) Reading / variety of texts. The student reads widely for different purposes in varied sources. The student is expected to :

By reya
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Symbolism and Allegory

Symbolism and Allegory

Symbolism and Allegory. Objective: Students will be able to define , recognize and explain symbolism, allegory and figurative language. Q: What does it mean to define, recognize, and explain?. APK (Activating Prior Knowledge). See if you can explain what the following symbols mean:.

By race
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Bell ringer, 9.23

Bell ringer, 9.23

Bell ringer, 9.23. Please, write the question . Read the introduction paragraph about OPEC that I will put on the board. Thanks. Where is the headquarters of OPEC located? What does the acronym OPEC stand for? When did Angola join OPEC? Who were the five founding members of OPEC?

By zion
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AHSGE Objective III-3

AHSGE Objective III-3

AHSGE Objective III-3. Understanding Figurative Language. Students, you are encouraged to take notes on this presentation. Figurative Language. Figurative language is language that has meaning beyond the literal meaning of the words.

By twyla
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Fight vs. Brawl

Fight vs. Brawl

Using the thesaurus on your desk, find three “new” terms that describe YOU. Put them in sentences that support/explain “why” or “how” the term describes you.

By linore
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ELA 11

ELA 11

ELA 11. January 22 and 23, 2014. ACT Prep . Questions 7-10 . Bell Ringer. In your notebooks write down today’s date. Answer the following question Which of the following sentences does not contain an allusion? A. Jennifer is as lovely as a rose.

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POLITENESS AND IRONY PRINCIPLE

POLITENESS AND IRONY PRINCIPLE

POLITENESS AND IRONY PRINCIPLE. According to George Yule (1996) in his book “Pragmatics” the traditional linguists have no real social lives whereas the modern linguists tend to consider that linguistic interaction has a tight relation to social interaction. The definition of Politeness.

By lydie
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