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Reading Standards for Literature Vocabulary

adaptation This is a version of an original source (such as a diary, an autobiography, or a story) which is modified for presentation in another form, such as a film, a musical, or a play. allusion This is the reference to a person, place, or event from history, literature, or religion with which a reader…

ch 11

Conflict is a process in which one party perceives that its interests are being opposed or negatively affected by another party. true Conflict is based on the technical skills of the parties involved and is independent of their perceptions. false Conflict can reduce the significance of organizational politics. false Organizations should eliminate conflict in order…

Austria/Hungary: The Metamorphosis

Which of the following is not an important characteristic of modernist literature? a. The influence of World War I c. Pessimism about the future b. The use of an urban setting d. Optimism about social values NOT A What point of view is The Metamorphosis told from? a. Third-person limited point of view, through Gregor…

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Research Test 1

Guided by research questions and data are collected from a small number of subjects allowing an in depth study of phenomenon Qualitative Describes phenomena seeks to test hypothesis/ answer research questions using statistical methods Quantitative Meta-Synthesis A synthesis of a number of qualitative articles on a focused topic using specific qualitative methodology. Integrative review Focused…

English 10 A Unit 1: The Literature Of the Americans

1. Archetypes frequently appear in literature with ____ (1 point) Universal Themes 2. A ____ contains the main points of a story and is relatively short. ( 1 point ) Summary 3. A____ States the exact same thing as a passage but in your own words. Paraphrase 4. Which of the following sentences best states…

AP Spanish Literature (Abriendo Puertas)

Don Juan Manuel El conde Lucanor: Ejemplo XXXV: Garcilaso de la Vega Soneto XXIII Luis de Argote y Góngora Soneto CLXVI Francisco de Quevedo Salmo XVII Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Sátira filosófica Hernán Cortés Anómino La vida de Lazarillo de Tormes y de sus fortunas y adversidades Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra El ingenioso…

Mastery Exam 1

Which of the following drugs is categorized as a depressant? Alcohol According to ________ theory, behavior is said to be influenced by its consequences Operant Conditioning “What term refers to how people use information from the past in the present?” Memory According to the humanists, a key motive in human personality development was Self-Actualization According…

Chapter 16 Review

The term Romantic was: used by writers of literature in the 19th century and adopted by musicians The composer most responsible for elevating music to a new level of respect during the Romantic era was: Beethoven Which is true of the relative status of music in the 19th century? Music rose to the same status…

Austria/Hungary: The Metamorphosis; practice & quiz

Which of the following is not an important characteristic of modernist literature? Optimism about social values What type of work does Gregor do? travelling salesman What point of view is The Metamorphosis told from? Third-person limited point of view, through Gregor What is Gregor’s first physical challenge after being transformed? Getting out of bed. Which…

hst 104 chapter 12-13

The Hundred Years’ War between England and France (1337-1453) was comparable to which conflict in Ming China during the fifteenth century? None of these; Ming China was internally unified, unlike Europe Which of the following was an agricultural village society in the fifteenth century? The Igbo What society made the Triple Alliance in 1428? The…

Survey of American Literature - Final Exam

Puritanism -Literal authority of the Bible -Manifest Destiny -Predestination -Total depravity of humanity Indian Captivities Mary Rowlandson- – Covenant theology taught that although no human being can ever know for certain whether he or she is scared. – Proven to be an intregal part of American Literature Age of Enlightenment Benjamin Franklin – Intellectuals now…

Elements of Literature Crossword Puzzle

prose written in a style corresponding to everyday speech figures of speech imaginative language, such as similes or metaphors fiction work of literature that are partly or totally imaginary narrator the person who tells the story onomatopoeia words that sound like their meaning like buzz, clank or splat suspense anticipation as to the outcome of…

literature of africa unit test study guide

based on events in sunjata, what is most likely the reason he can walk? he was embarrassed at causing his mother to suffer humiliation narrative texts include all of the following elements except humourous situations an epic poem contains all of the following elements except a protagonist with magical abilities all of the following lines…

AP Literature Neutral Tone/ Attitude Words

Admonitory Cautionary, a warning Allusive Implied or inferred; containing, abounding in metaphorical; symbolic; figurative Apathetic Not interested or concerned; indifferent or unresponsive Authoritative Having the sanction or weight of power Baffled Confused; bewildered; or perplexed Callous Insensitive; indifferent; unsympathetic Candid Honest; impartial Frank; outspoken; open and sincere Ceremonial Characterized by ceremony; formal; ritual Clinical Extremely…

HUMA1301 ch. 1-8

“Prehistory” may be defined as that period prior to written records The first civilizations appeared on the banks of rivers The term Paleolithic is used interchangeably with the term Old Stone Age Research into the origins or writing suggest that written signs derived from markings on clay tokens One of the earliest landmarks was cave-painting…

Quiz 5 Study Guide

Richly decorated medieval manuscripts are described as ___. Illuminated Medieval pilgrims traveled to a cathedral to see ___. Relics. Pointed arches are found in ___. Gothic style architecture. ___ describes the culture that gave rise to Romanesque architecture. Synthesis Who described the cosmos as an intricately arranged hierarchy? Dante The best example of early Gothic…

Short Answer Study Guide Questions - The Crucible Act One

“So now they and their church found it necessary to deny any other sect its freedom, lest their New Jerusalem be defiled and corrupted by wrong and deceitful ideas.” What is the irony in that statement? The Puritans came to this country for religious freedom, but they then persecuted others for their religion which made…

African Literature

Tradition The handing down of information, beliefs, and customs by word of mouth or by example from one generation to another without written instruction Performance Storytelling is not a simple spoken narrative; it includes the spoken word, but the performer’s entire body is involved; audience-performer relations are also important aspects of storytelling Fantasy The language…

Chapter 40

Impressionism: Sun Rising, the painting that sparked the impressionist art movement, was created by: Claude Monet Impressionism was a style of painting that was cultivated principally in: Paris Which of the following best describes the work of the Impressionist painting? They attempted to capture the freshness of first impressions Which of the following best describes…

Literary and Stylistic Devices

Allegory A form of an extended metaphor in which objects, persons and actions in a narrative are equated with meanings outside the narrative itself. Quite often characters are personifications of abstract ideas, while the setting and the actions of the narrative explain the relationships between these abstractions. Forms of allegory include fables and parables. An…

chapter 5 and 8 polit and beck

findings from prior studies What is the most important type of information for a research review? saturation This term is used to describe the point while collecting data that search strategies yield redundant information about studies to include. d boolean operators are mechanisms within a bibliographic database search that expand or delimit a search. examples…

HIST150-Chapter 3

The period of ancient Greek history that followed Alexander the Great is called b. Hellenistic During the Hellenistic World d. (all of the above) Ancient Middle Eastern and Greek civilization joined ina manner that changed them both The Eastern Mediterranean was dominated by Greek language and culture Kings ruled large kingdoms rather than citizens ruling…

Old Testament ch 1-9

How many books are in the OT 39 tests for canonicity written by prophet or other spirit filled person to all generations in accord with previous revelation OT cannon confirmed at Council of Jamnia AD90 Hebrew OT is arranged in ____groups 3: law, prophets, writings Limited Inspiration Theory holds that the Bible contains the word…

Eng 10A Tone and Mood in Fiction (Unit 1)

what word best describes the author’s tone in “That Spot” indignant Which description most clearly defines tone in literature the writer’s attitude toward the audience and the subject meaning of “placidly” appearing to be calm and relaxed how does satire influence the reader in “The Devil and Tom Walker” the use of satire makes readers…

Chapter 32. Personalizing the Conversation: Beethoven and the Classical Sonata

Which of the following describes the form of the second movement of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata? Scherzo Classical sonatas were set either for solo instrument (usually the piano) or for duos (violin and piano, for example)…(answer) The sonata in the Classical era was an important genre for amateur musicians playing which instrument? piano Beethoven gave the…

Transcendentalism and Theme

Transcendentalism A nineteenth-century movement which held that every individual can reach ultimate truths through spiritual intuition, which transcends reason and sensory experience. Transcendentalists People who believed that the most important truths in life transcended or went beyond human reason Transcend (v.) to rise above or beyond, exceed List three ideas of transcendentalism humanity, glory of…

Literary Theories: A Sampling of Critical Lenses

Archetypal Criticism Narrative design, character type, or image that is common in all types of literature, dreams, and social behavior. Archetypal similarities reflect universal, primitive, and elemental patterns which evokes a profound response from the reader. -Death/rebirth -Journey underground -Heavenly ascent -Search for the father -Paradise-Hades image -Promethean rebel-hero -Scapegoat -Earth goddess -Fatal woman Feminist…

The Literature of the Americas Unit Test

“No Dogs Bark” – Which of the following words *best* describes the speaker’s tone? judgmental “At the Tourist Centre in Boston” – Which of the following words *best* describes the speaker’s tone? mocking In the selection from “Day of the Butterfly,” how does the writer mostly reveal Gladys’s character? through what she says In the…

ch 10-249

Twitter was originally created so people could share their answers to the question: what are you doing? Paul Baran’s idea of cutting messages into small pieces and sending them on the easiest route was known as which of the following? packet switching ARPAnet, a predecessor of the Internet, was created to do which of the…

Chapter 8: Judaism

Chapter Objectives After reading this chapter, you will be able to do the following: • Discuss developments in the four general periods of Jewish history. • Describe the three parts of the Hebrew Bible. • Retell some of the major stories in the Hebrew scriptures. • Describe Jewish religious practices. • Explain the characteristics of…

World Literature gods and goddess

Goddess of Love & Beauty Greek: Aphrodite Roman: Venus Goddess of the Moon & Hunting Greek: Artemis Roman: Diana Goddess of Crops Greek: Demeter Roman: Ceres Goddess of Country Defense and Wisdom Greek: Athena Roman: Minerva God of Fire & Forge Greek: Hephaestus Roman: Vulcan Messenger God: talaria (sandles) Greek: Hermes Roman: Mercury God of…

Analysis of "Commonwealth Literature Does Not Exist"

People from what two countries are specifically not included as commonwealth writers? Britian & US What is Rushdie’s tone at the start of Commonwealth Lit DNE? humorous What story does Rushdie open Commonwealth Lit DNE with? his experience at a seminar where he was assured that “English studies are taken to include Commonwealth Literature” What…

Intro to Humanities: Chapter 7 Quiz

A filmmaking technique that alters between two separate actions related by theme, mood, or plot to create suspense. Crosscutting A classification of film that attempts to record actuality using primarily either a sociological or a journalistic approach. Documentary What art form is described as aesthetic communication through the design of time and three-dimensional space compressed…

MUSI 1306 Chapter 12.

Which of the following religions use(s) music extensively in its worship? All of the above. During the Middle Ages, which of the following was NOT a reason to seek shelter in a monastery or convent? Search for an easy life Which of the following does NOT describe life in the medieval cloister? being at the…

MUS 1030: Unit 5

Which of the following was not a member of the Russian five? Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky Which of the following statements is not true? The strongest impact of musical nationalism was felt in Italy, France, Germany, and Austria. Which of the following statements is not true? During the last years of his life, Liszt settled in…

Part 1: Gothic Fiction: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

What is the mood of the excerpt? Troubled Which statement best describes how Mr. Utterson is characterized in the excerpt? The author uses indirect characterization to show that Mr. Utterson is a concerned and caring friend. In a work of fiction, the mood is the __________ of the piece Atmosphere How is Dr. Lanyon characterized…

English Literary Terminology

Alliosis alternatives presented in a balanced manner, e.g. “You can smoke now and die sooner or quit now and live longer.” While presenting a reader with only two alternatives may result in the logical fallacy known as false dichotomy or either/or fallacy, creating a parallel sentence using two alternatives in parallel structure can be an…

Humanities Chapter 7

During the sixth century BCE the following objects were developed: Cast iron According to the text, early Chinese coins featured which of the following? Square holes The written collection of Confucius’s teachings is called The Analects By the Zhou era, the word “li”came to mean Principles governing appropriate behavior Confucius’s Analects covers the following: Cultivation…

English III - Introduction to Late Modern and Postwar Literature

Read the excerpt from William Faulkner’s Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech. He must teach himself that the basest of all things is to be afraid; and, teaching himself that, forget it forever, leaving no room in his workshop for anything but the old verities and truths of the heart, the old universal truths lacking which any…

Traditional Literature

Define Traditional Literature 1. Includes ancient stories and poems preserved through time by oral tradition of storytelling before eventually being written down. 2. Has no known authors 3. Is attributed to entire groups of people or cultures 4. May have originally held elements of truth Define Monogenesis Theory One beginning. Historically speaking some theories hold…

lighting quiz 1

The key to energy savings with daylighting is: (b) to provide responsive and operable controls for the electric lighting system 2. Daylight factor (at a point) is best described as: (c) the ratio of interior daylight illuminance to exterior daylight illuminance 3. Assuming a given sky type, daylight factor (DF): (a) at a specific point…

lighting quiz 2

1. The following building type combines more diverse functions and needs than any other building type: residential 2. Recommended reflectances for ceilings, walls, and floors (in that order) are approximately as follows: (a) 80%, 60%, 30% 3. The following is an advantage of furniture-integrated luminaires: (c) they enable flexibility in terms of changing layouts 4….

Zach poetry - The Secret Heart

Author Robert P. Tristram Coffin Which two people have the relationship in this poem? Father and son What is the main, most important symbol? The hands holding the match *symbolizes protection Which of the five senses is most important for this poem? Sight What does “sire” mean? Father What do the father’s hands symbolize? The…

C and D combo

Concrete This is the most visile and tangible level of culture. It includes surface-level aspects, such as clothes, music, games, and food. Behavioral This level of culture is definded bty our social roles, languages, and approaches to nonverbal commuications and helps us situate ourselves organizationally in society (for example, gender roles, family structure, and political…

APUSH Chapter 17 18

Transformation of the National Economy Caused the industrial supremacy of late 1800s. New technologies, new forms of corporate organization, and great waves of immigrants. All thanks to an abundance of raw materials, a large labor supply, talented entrepreneurs, a federal govt. helping the growth of business, and an expanding domestic market. New Steel Production Techniques…

MKT 300

An architect working for a large firm requests specific computer software to produce designs, drawings, and other technical information for his clients. The architect probably serves as a gatekeeper in the buying center. False Another name for physiological risk is safety risk. True At this time, few opportunities exist for firms to profit from the…

Ch 8 Judaism

The movement dedicated to establishing a Jewish state in the biblical land of Israel is Zionism Non-Jewish peoples may be referred to as Gentiles Critical examination of a religious text is called Exegesis The title for the person sent by God to rescue the Jewish people from suffering is Messiah The Mishnah together with commentaries…

chapter 19 history

seekers of new business opportunities entrepreneurs money supply capital production method using rural, at-home workers cottage industry governmental ownership and control of production socialism invention that improved thread production spinning jenny which of the following did NOT contribute to Britain’s Industrial Revolution? powerfu monarchy the textile industry met its last mafor challenge to full mechanization…

AP Spanish Literature - Obras y autores

Don Juan Manuel De lo que aconteció a un mancebo que se casó con una mujer muy fuerte y muy brava anónimo Romance de la pérdida de Alhama Garcilaso de la Vega Soneto XXII -En tanto que de rosa y azucena Góngora Soneto CLXVI- Mientras por competir con tu cabello Quevedo Salmo XVII – Miré…

AP Euro Ch. 13

Why is the mid-fourteenth century regarded as an era of crisis in the West? Europe was plagued by devastating outbreaks of the plague as well as by destructive wars. Why did the plague spread so rapidly on the European continent in the mid-fourteenth century? The bacterium that likely caused the disease, Yersinia pestis, followed major…

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