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English

P.138-148 terms
Form
The way in which a poem is laid out
Lines
What poems are divided into-May or may not be a sentance
Stanza
A group of lines in a poem
Rhyme
same sounding endings
internal rhyme
use of rhyming words within the line
End Rhyme
rhyming words at end of line
rhyme scheme (AB AB)
a pattern of end rhymes
rythm
pattern of sound created by the arrangment of stressed/unstressed syllobles
meter
a repeated rythmic pattern
Aliteration
Repitition of consanat sounds at begining of words
Assonance
repitition of vowels in non-rhyming words
Onomatopia
To use words that sound like they refer to (animal sounds, thump)
Consonance
repititon of consanat sounds in or at end of words
speaker
voice relatingideas of story/poem
imagrey
launguage appealing to ones sences
figurative launguage
communicates different, unordinary, words
Personification
putting human qualities to thing/animal
similie
comparison using "like"
metaphor
More dirrect comparison-no like involved
Ballad
narritive poem that can be sung/recited
visualizing
forming a mental picture from written info
connoisseur
export/authority in a field (especialy fine arts/matters of taste)
Narrative Poem
A poem that tells a story
Narrative
Told by someone
Narrative Non-Fiction
A true event that someone tells of
Prose
Sentances/Paragraphs
1/2 Non-Fiction
explains itself
Poem
ideas
inference
a logical guess based on ideas
refrain
word/phrase repeated many times in the same place
RavenStuff:
Alliteration
Open here I flung the shutter,with many a flrt and flutter
Assonance
tis some visitor i mutteres, tapping at my chamber door
Rhyme Scheme
ABCBBB, Every 2nd, fourth, fith and 6th is B.
End Rhyme
lore, door, door, more
Internal Rhymes
and the raven, never flitting, still is sitting, still is sitting on my bedroom door.
Onomotopoea
nevermore
Speakers
Bird(nevermore)
Imagery
Then, methought, the air grew denser, perfumed by some unseen censor
Metaphore
to the fowl whose fiery eyes now burned into my bosums core
refrain
quothe the raven nevermore
Noun
a person, place, thing, or idea
Pronoun
replaces a noun
Adjective
describes a noun or pronoun
Adverb
modifies adjecive, pronoun, or verb
Verb
action or state of being
Cunjunction
links words or groups of words to other words or groups or words in a sentance
Interjection
shows extreme emotion
Preposition
shows realation ship of a noun to another word in the sentance
Subject
Noun that does the action
Object of the Preposition
Noun preposition relates to
Direct Object
Answers Question "What" or "Whom" after an action verb
Indirest Object
Answers "to whom?" "for whom" "to what" or "for what" after the action vewb
Predicate Noun
Follows the linking verb and renames the subject
Appositive
A noun following a noun that renames it
Participle
A verb form that can function as an adj.
Past Participle
Conjugate
To from new past/present forms by changing spelling or adding letters to existing ones (ex. eat=eating)
Made of participle with "ing" -exceptions
Present Participle
made with participle and "ed" -exceptions
Gerund
ends with "ing" and is only used with a noun participle.
Verbal
a verb form that functions in a sentance as a noun, an adjective, or adverb
Verbal Phrase
a verbal plus any complements and modifiers
Prepositions
aboard, about, above, across, after, against, aong, amid, amoung, around
Helping Verbs
Am, is, arem was, were, being, been, be, has, have, had, can, could, should, would, may, might, shall, should, must, will, would
Foms of "BE"
Am, is, arem was, were, being, been, be
Linking Verbs
Look, Stay, Taste, Remain, Grow, Appear, Feel, Become, Sound,



The Research Paper


The three library People-
Mrs. Hill (gave Presentatin), Mrs. Gaddy, and Mr. Swansig
Resource Paper
A paper on a subject using a variety of sources
Four types of paper
Original
went and interviewed guy and everyone connected to him in any way
combination
I think it's a combination of interviews/other stuff
Evaluation
evaluates qualities
sumary
the subjects life/timeset

What happens if one prints a paper at the library?
It goes to the counter. They will staple it for you so you don't have to get up right away.
What time is the library open?
7:30-4:00
Boolian Search
uses 3 key words to help your selection-Not, Or, and And
Biographies on "Dewy Decimal System"
921
Contemporary Authors
CD with 100,000 authurs-by Gail Research Incorperated
Discovering Autors
Has more detail, but it is only 300 autors
ODIN
Online Dakota Information Network-Click Here
contains 80 more authors

Rhyme
It was the schooner hesperous, A
That sailed the wintery sea, B
And the skipper had taken his little daughter C
To bear him company B


Rythm

U's over unstressed
appostrifies for stressed
(both go over syllables)



Edgar Allen Poe-
Born
Jan. 19, 1809 as Edgar Poe
Died
1849 of "congestion of the Brain"
Wife
Married 14 year old cousin Virginia, 1936
In 1842 she burst a vessel while singing-almost died. 5 years later she did die.
Parents
Father deserted family a little after little poe(A.K.A. Brockman [me] Reincarnated) was born. Mom died when he was two. Taken in by friends of family, Frances Allen and husband john.
Misc.
In 1833, after 8 months at west point, Poe got $50 prize for "Ms. Found in a Bottle"
What Happened
Age of 17 went to U of Virginia, faught w/ dad over money, ran off. Published first book of poetry (didn't sell) Joined army-served 18 months to eat as model soldier at Ft. Independance (boston) Found out from dad that mom was dead, went home and made up w/ dad. Little while latter, dad dis-owned poe. Before this happened, poe got sent to west point. Went to baltimore to visit real parents family while waiting for application to be proccesed. After 8 monts, left, in 1833 got $50 for "Ms. Found in a Bottle".


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