another word for "theme" in stories
message
exaggeration for a humorous effect
hyperbole
when the audience knows more than the characters
dramatic irony
sarcasm
verbal irony
when the opposite of what you expect happens
situational irony
making fun of something for the purpose of humor and change
satire
a deliberate play on words
pun
when you take the beginning of two words and reverse them
spoonerism
physical comedy
slapstick
the "p" in PACE
restate the prompt
the "A" in PACE
Answer
The "C" in PACE
cite your sources
The "E" in PACE
explain and use evidence
a word that describes a noun
adjective
an attitude toward something, a point of view
perspective
a character's struggle against another person, group, or force
external conflict
a struggle that takes place in a character's mind
internal conflict
a hint at future events in a story
foreshadow
the most emotional or suspenseful part of a story where the conflict is resolved
climax
the conclusion to a story where most loose ends are tied up
resolution
when and where a story takes place
setting
word that join two independent clauses to form a compound sentence
coordinating conjunction
does the comma go before or after the coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence?
before
acronym that reminds you of the 7 coordinating conjunctions
boysfan
dividing power among several branches of government
separation of power
making a comparison using "like" or "as"
simile
making a comparison without using "like" or "as"
metaphor
type of metaphor that gives himan qualities or actions to non-human things
personification
group of people with the least power in the Roman Republic
plebeians
group of people with the most power in the Roman Republic
patricians
The Five Pillars is the basic beliefs of which religion?
Islam
Poet who wrote "Madam and the Rentman"
Langston Hughes
Religion that follows the Ten Commandments
Christianity
Rosh Hashana is the New Year celebration for this religion
Judaism
This religion believes in reincarnation dharma, and karma
Hinduism
Religion that believes that desire is the cause of suffering and suffering can be eliminated
Buddhism