Genre. Genre and subgenre. Nonfiction. Fiction. Informational Biography Autobiography. Historical fiction Mystery Science fiction Realistic fiction. Drama skits, musicals or plays. Folktale. Fairy Tale Tall Tale Fable Legend Myth. Poetry.By osanna
SATIRE. Laughter through criticism, mocking, irony, hyperboles, and sarcasm. . What is SATIRE?. Satire is a kind of writing that ridicules human weakness, vice, or folly in order to bring about social reform (think change).By niabi
Warm UP. 1 st Period—12 missing MG presentations 6 th Period—10 missing MG presentations Finish Theory of Language notes AP Quiz—Friday: ambiguity, didactic, paradox, oxymoron, semantics Book Review—Due Friday!!. “The Ways We Lie”. Objective:By aman
Review from Yesterday. Language Radio Activity Sonnet 18 Language Handout Helpful tool. Let’s do some writing….By cargan
Figurative Language. It’s NOT Greek! . Understanding the Concept. Painting a picture with WORDS!. L anguage used by writers to produce images in readers' minds and to express ideas in fresh, vivid, and imaginative ways; painting pictures with words.By tyra
S cary Christmas . By Corbin Goodwin D ecember 13, 12. My perspective…. O n Christmas, on any holiday for that matter, is to make it as horrible and scary as possible. You always see people happy for no reason, when you do, you want to smack them just. My perspective… (continued).By beth
Use of Oxymoron in “Mushrooms” by Sylvia Plath. Definition of oxymoron = a combination of contradictory or incongruous words such as ‘soft rock’ or ‘cruel kindness.’. Example quotation and effect of device. Example quotation of device from poem = “soft fists” from line 10.By joshwa
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