English 9 Fall Semester Review

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English 9 Fall Semester Review

Speak: Put the title, author, and setting on the front of the card and all of the other information (down to the summary statement) on the back of the card.
Identify the following from Speak:

Author

Setting


Characters

Protagonist

Antagonist

External Conflict

Internal Conflict


Summary Statement
Make a card for each symbol (front) and its representation (back). (8 total cards)

IT (Andy Evans)

Mr. Freeman

Hairwoman and Mr. Neck

Melinda’s Final Tree Project

Mr. Freeman’s Painting

Seeds


Turkey Bone Sculpture

Melinda’s Closet


Explain how art helps Melinda heal? Question on the front of the card, answer on the back of the card.



Short Stories: List the title and author on the front of the card and the other information on the back of the card. (7 total cards)
1. “The Most Dangerous Game”

Identify the following for the story:

Author Setting Characters

Summary Statement:


2. “The Scarlet Ibis”

Identify the following for the story:

Author Setting Characters

Summary Statement:


3. “The Interlopers”

Identify the following for the story:

Author Setting Characters

Summary Statement:


4. “The Necklace”

Identify the following for the story:

Author Setting Characters

Summary Statement:

5. “The Gift of the Magi”

Identify the following for the story:

Author Setting Characters

Summary Statement:

6. “The Lady, or the Tiger?”

Identify the following for the story:

Author Setting Characters

Summary Statement:


7. “The Cask of Amontillado”

Identify the following for the story:

Author Setting Characters

Summary Statement:



(1)Edgar Allan Poe

Born the son of an _______________ and _____________.



(6 cards)

1.What happened to his birth mother, foster mother, crush, and wife?

2.How did this influence his writing?

3.Which famous author did Poe meet who inspired “The Raven”?

4.Describe Poe’s untimely death.

5.What is another theory about his death?

6.What happens every year on the eve of his birthday?
(1)To Kill a Mockingbird

Identify the following for the story:

Author Setting

Summary Statement:




Identify (14): Write the name of the character on the front of the index card and his/her description on the back of the card.

1. Scout Finch

2. Jem Finch

3. Boo Radley

4. Dill Harris

5. Heck Tate

6. Atticus Finch

7. Calpurnia

8. Tom Robinson

9. Bob Ewell

10.Mayella Ewell

11.Walter Cunningham, Jr.

12.Miss Maudie

13.Miss Stephanie Crawford

14.Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose




**Use your study guides from the novel unit.
Grammar

Be able to identify the correct or incorrect usage of the following:


Make a card with “Capitalization Rules,” “Periods,” “Commas,” etc. on the front of the card and the rule on the back of the card. INCLUDE a sentence using the rule!
Capitalization (6)

The following should always be capitalized:

The first word in a sentence, the first word in every line of a traditional poem, the first word of the greeting in a letter, the first word of the greeting in a letter, the first word and all important words in a title, family words when used with names or in place of names, and proper nouns.

Punctuation
Periods (1) – Use with abbreviations and initials and at the end of sentences.

Commas (1)– Use with items in a series, between adjectives, after introductory elements, with interrupters, to set off nonessential material, with quotations, in compound sentences, in dates, place names, and letters, with names and numbers, and to avoid confusion.
Semicolons (3)

Use to separate items in a series if any of the items contain commas.

Use between independent clauses joined by a conjunction if either clause contains commas.

Use a semicolon before a conjunctive adverb or a parenthetical expression that joins the clauses of a compound sentence.

Colons (4)

Use a colon to introduce a list of items.

Use between two independent clauses when the second clause explains the first.

Use a colon to introduce a formal or long quotation.

Use a colon after the salutation in a formal business letter, after labels that signal important ideas, between the hour and minute figures of clock time, and between chapter and verse.

Quotation Marks (5)

Use with direct quotations.

Do not use with indirect quotations.

Use with dialogue.

Use single quotation marks within a quotation to enclose a quotation within a quotation.

Use with titles of chapters, articles, short stories, TV episodes, essays, poems, and songs.


Italics (1)

Italicize titles of books, movies, magazines, newspapers, TV series, plays, works of art, epic poems, and long musical compositions.


Literary Terms (47): Use the handout from the beginning of the school year. Make a card with the literary term on the front of the card and the definition on the back of the card.




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