Back to School: Language Arts Terms and Vocabulary Review (High School)
In this two-hour class we will review the basic words you need to succeed in English class!
Amy Snook M.A. English
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We will review essential terms and vocabulary used in high school English Language Arts classes. Then we will practice using the words by applying them to example questions. Students will have the opportunity to ask and answer questions as well as participate by sharing their answers to practice examples. The terms and vocabulary are broken into these categories: plot vocabulary, character development vocabulary, conflict vocabulary, general ELA vocabulary, and literary terms. We will review...
Students will be able to: ~define and apply the following plot vocabulary: exposition conflict rising action climax falling action epiphany resolution ~define and apply the following character development vocabulary: protagonist antagonist direct characterization indirect characterization flat round foil dynamic static ~define and apply the following conflict vocabulary: conflict internal conflict external conflict man v. man conflict man v. nature conflict man v. self conflict ~define and apply the following vocabulary: infer cite text narrate/narrator summarize paraphrase theme tone mood perspective/point of view (P.O.V.) first person, second person, and third person ~define and apply the following literary terms: analogy simile metaphor alliteration assonance consonance hyperbole trope imagery irony (situational and verbal) onomatopoeia personification
I am a certified English Language Arts teacher with twenty-two years of teaching experience.
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2 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Amy Snook M.A. English
Amy Snook, B.S. Ed., M.A. in English-Reading, Writing, ELA
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
99 total reviews
121 completed classes
Hello Learners! My name is Amy Snook, and I have been teaching for twenty-one years. I love helping students reach their learning goals by making classes fun and engaging. Whether I am teaching high school students how to analyze and make...