The amazing end of the 1st trimester cumulative exam is right around the corner. Let’s examine how to prep and study of an exam.
Studying is not the same as doing HW
Create a habit ( a time and quiet place)
Study smarter, not harder ( ask questions, think like the teacher would)
— Long term studying, visualize, move, acronyms, rhymes
–Avoid distraction, key time- right before bed.
rewrite notes in your own words. Explain meaning to someone else; ask questions and make comments . “All Summer in a Day:, “Broken Chain”, “The Man in the black Suit”, “The Landlady”, Chains, “Tell- Tale Heart”, “The Masque of the Red Death”, “October in the Chair
Exam grid 1 exam grid 2 ]
Exam grid 1 for students
Exam grid 2 for students
1.) Demonstrate your understanding of irony by giving specific examples of different types of irony from our reading this trimester. Your examples may come from one single work or two separate ones, but they must be specific and of a different type of irony. You must explain the types of irony and how the situations contain irony.
3.) Similar themes, morals, or messages can be identified in completely separate works of literature. Choose a theme, moral or message which appears in two different works we have read this trimester. State what the theme, moral, or message is, and use textual evidence from each literary work to explain how that theme, moral, or message appears in each. Two examples of it manifesting in each work is what you should aim for.
5.) From our reading this year, choose a character and show how the author develops that character using at least four methods of characterization