Cahsee/cst prep Vocabulary Literal Language /Denotation: Figurative Language/Connotation



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CAHSEE/CST Prep Vocabulary

1.Literal Language /Denotation:

2.Figurative Language/Connotation:

3.Inferred vs. directly stated:

4.Direct vs Indirect characterization:

5.Simile:

6.Metaphor:

7.Personification:

8.Idioms:

9.Plot:

10.Exposition:

11.Rising Action:

12.Climax:

13.Falling Action:

14.Resolution:

15.Flashback:

16.Foreshadowing:

17.Irony:

18.Dramatic Irony:

19.Theme:

20.Thesis:

21.Tone:

22.Mood:

23.Drama:

24.Symbolism:

25.Motiff:

26.Dialogue:

27.Monologue:

28.Soliloquy:

29.Aside:

30.Pun:

31.Onomatopoeia:

32.Author Bias:

33.Rhetorical Devices:

34.Analogy:

35.Allusion:

36.Allegory:

37.Hyperbole:

38.Homophone:

39.Homograph:



Citing Sources:

Direct Quotations:

Author’s Purpose:

Writing Objectives:

Internal Conflict:

External Conflict:

Protagonist:

Antagonist:

Foil:

Drama:

Tragedy:

Tragic Hero:

Genre:

Vocabulary in Context:

Colon (copy example:

Semi-colon (copy example):

Ellipses (copy example):

Hyphens (copy example):

Clauses (copy example):

Parallel structure (copy example):

Modifiers (copy example):

*How many multiple choice questions will there be?

*What is the minimum passing score?

*What minimum score does WHS want you to receive?

*What does SEE stand for when it comes to paragraphs?

*Essay writing tips (attach another paper)


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