Goal #4: Narrative Essay Review Goal # 2: Theme Goal # 1: Interactions between main characters and subordinate characters. Goal # 3: Grammar Random

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What is "mood", and how might your narrative essay create it?

100

What is the definition of a "theme"?

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Who are the main and subordinate characters in "The Scarlet Ibis." Explain.

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Give 4 nouns we've studied from vocabulary

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Find an elephant on the Simpson's poster.

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How might you put concrete sensory details into a narrative essay?

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What is the difference between a universal theme and a narrow theme?

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What is the point of view in the Scarlet Ibis? Support your answer.

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What is the difference between an action and linking verb? Give an example.

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Name five clubs on campus.

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What is an example of an "internal monologue." How might you put it into a narrative essay?

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What is the theme of "Most Dangerous Game"?

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Name all of the parts of plot for "The Scarlet Ibis."

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What is the difference between a noun and pronoun? Give an example.

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Name 3 reasons you would go to your counselor.

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What does "pacing" mean? Why does pacing matter when writing a narrative essay?

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Compare and Contrast the theme of "The Scarlet Ibis" with "Most Dangerous Game."

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Give three ways Doodle and the narrator interact in "The Scarlet Ibis."

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What is the difference between an adjective and an adverb? Give an example.

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How many credits do you need to graduate?

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What are some basic rules of formatting when turning in the final draft of an essay?

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What is the theme of "The Scarlet Ibis." Support your answer with evidence from the book.

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Give one external conflict and one internal conflict from "The Scarlet Ibis."

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Name 5 action verbs and 5 linking verbs.

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What are some important aspects of your transcript?

Short Story Unit: Final Story: Scarlet Ibis

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