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1 Literary Terms: English, R. Clemente name: 9 th Grade Literature Unit Two, study sheet A. Literary Terms imagery 2. plot 3. foreshadowing 4. alliteration 5. onomatopoeia 6. rhyme scheme 7. personification 8. metaphor 9. simile 10. structure 11. symbol 12. narrative 13. motif 14. conflict 15. theme B. Literary Terms, Meanings and Expressions...

2 Literary Terms: English, R. Clemente name: 9 th Grade Literature, Unit Two A. Literary Terms, Unit Two imagery 2. plot 3. foreshadowing 4. alliteration 5. onomatopoeia 6. rhyme scheme 7. personification 8. metaphor 9. simile 10. structure 11. symbol 12. narrative 13. motif 14. conflict 15. theme 16. stanza 17. lyric poetry 18. parody B. Literary Terms Meanings and Expressions...

3 Literary Terms Test: English, R. Clemente K E Y A. Literary Terms, Unit Two... [5 points for Pre, 4 points for Post] 11_ 1. imagery 6 2. plot 17_ 3. foreshadowing 10_ 4. alliteration 5 5. onomatopoeia 12_ 6. rhyme scheme 9 7. personification 1 8. metaphor 8 9. simile structure 14_ 11. symbol narrative 15_ 13. motif 16_ 14. conflict 13_ 15. theme stanza 18_ 17. lyric poetry parody B. Literary Terms Meanings and Expressions... C. Literary Terms Unused Meanings... using the four unused meanings and expressions from section B, write the four terms that are missing. [3 points each] 1. #19 CLIMAX 2. #20 PROTAGONIST 3. #21 SETTING 4. #22 SHORT STORY D. Bonus (extra credit)... pick (3) of the terms from section A and write a brief example (on the back) from our class readings of the literary term you have chosen. [2 points each]

4 Literary Terms Study Guide: name: period: A. Literary Terms 1. imagery 2. plot 3. foreshadowing 4. alliteration 5. onomatopoeia 6. rhyme scheme 7. personification 8. metaphor 9. simile 10. structure 11. stanza 12. narrative 13. lyric poetry 14. conflict 15. theme 16. symbol 17. motif 18. parody B. Literary Terms Meanings and Expressions C. Literary Terms Unused Meanings... using the four unused meanings and expressions from section B, write the four terms that are missing and their meanings

5 Literary Terms Pre-Test: English, R. Clemente name: 9 th Grade Literature, Unit Two Below are listed some Literary Terms that you have seen, studied, and discussed in prior classes. Find the answer in the multiple choice section that best fits the concept of the term and write it in the space provided. Remember to find the best answer. 1. imagery A. using images instead of words in a written story B. saying or writing something other than what is meant C. making word pictures appealing to the five senses D. describing images in a descriptive essay 2. foreshadowing A. the shadow of the characters in the story B. the writer s hints as to what is going to happen C. dark and gloomy setting and theme D. bad things that are going to happen in the story 3. alliteration A. how well a person can read, write, and speak B. repeating first sounds of words in a series C. speaking clearly or using the right words in writing D. sounds in the words that are spelled like they sound 4. onomatopoeia A. words that are spelled the way they sound B. repeating middle sounds in words C. funny sounds in poetry that do not mean anything D. all the above 5. personification A. the main character is what the story is about B. the person in the story is telling the story C. giving lifelike qualities to inanimate objects D. none of the above

6 6. metaphor A. when comparisons do not fit or make any sense at all B. a comparison that does not use like or as in the phrasing C. a comparison that uses like or as in the wording D. an very large comparison that cannot be put into words 7. simile A. a comparison that does not use like or as B. a comparison that is humorous or makes one smile C. a comparison that gets lost in the wording D. a comparison that uses like or as in the description 8. symbol A. a literary device that uses objects instead of words B. a literary device that replaces the main idea C. a literary device that merely reflects the intent of the writer D. a literary device that uses something to represent something else 9. motif A. the real reason behind why the writer wrote the story B. the repetition of symbols in a story or poem C. the repetition of thematic phrases or lines in a story or poem D. the French word for style of writing for a story 10. theme A. the time and place in which a story takes place B. the reason behind the writing of a story or poem C. the big ideas or central messages in a story or poem D. the imitation of a work of literature

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