Unit 1 Study Guide Student Name: _______________________________Date: _______ Period: _____ Tone Grammar 5-7 questions 5-7 questions Reading (New Story) 10-12 questions Recall 5 questions Writing (On “WAYG? WHYB?”) 1 free response paragraph Read the following passage and determine the narrator’s tone: What to study? The levels-of-processing model of human memory was the first major theoretical alternative to the dual-store model. According to this view, incoming information is processed by a central processor (similar to a central executive aspect of working memory I spoke of earlier) at any one of a number of different levels of complexity. a. Elated b. Wrathful c. Cynical d. Instructive e. Didactic Read the following sentence and answer the questions below. What to study? Yesterday, the yellow legal pad sat on the kitchen counter. What part of speech is “yesterday” in the sentence above? a. Linking Verb b. Adjective c. Adverb d. Subject e. Object In the passage above, which of the following events is most likely the complication? a. The moment that the father kicked his son. b. The moment that Bettina ran from the car. c. The moment that the father noticed the missing possessions. d. The moment that the father tells the mother to lay down. e. The moment that the father and son hug and make up. In “Barbie Doll” what is the best statement of message or theme . ... a. Society is malicious. b. Society’s judgement can help the individual. c. Society’s judgement can harm the individual. d. Insecurity is dangerous. e. The main character should not have listened to her classmates. Possible prompts: Universal Message: What is the universal message or theme of this story? Characterization: How is __________ characterized and how does his/her personality influence plot? Tone: What is the author’s tone and how does tone reveal meaning? Plot: How does the plot deviate from Freytag’s pyramid? Conflict: What is the central conflict and how is it resolved? What to study? What to study? What to study?