MIDTERM REVIEW SHEET
This sheet provides you with a guide for the format of your English midterm exam, as well as a list of information you should study and know. Everything that we have covered in class is fair game for the exam. If you do not have the needed notes, it would benefit you to ask and discuss with classmates topics on the exam.
3 articles, poems, or book excerpts with comprehension and analysis questions (25 questions)
: synonyms, antonyms, and fill-ins (15 questions)
: punctuation, independent and dependent clauses, fragment, comma splice, run-on, compound and complex sentences, conjunctions, subject/verb and pronoun/antecedent agreement, clear pronoun references, tense agreement, and any other basic grammatical skills you have mastered before 10 th grade (15 questions)
: Lecture material, literary terms, writing and punctuation questions, themebased and background questions for
To Kill a Mockingbird
, “A Rose for
Emily”, pathos/ethos/logos (15 questions)
grammar and writing skills
we have worked on over the course of the quarter; this includes any hand-outs, packets, worksheets, old quizzes and other class work.
for groups 1-5; it would benefit you to review definitions and synonym/antonym exercises, as well as fill-ins and sentences
: allusion, antagonist, archetype, climax, connotation, denotation, diction,
, foreshadowing, hamartia (tragic flaw), irony, metaphor, milieu, motif,
, point of view, protagonist, simile, symbol, theme, tragic hero—go to the literary terms website on our wiki if you need reminders!
: Approaches to Literature (review your outline);
historical background and connections to other US history periods;
historical connections, grammar concepts (subject, predicate, objects, phrases and clauses, etc.)
B1: Wednesday, 11/5
B4: Monday, 11/10