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ENGLISH 11 PROJECTS for TERM 3 AND TERM 4

English ProjectsProject 1Define and explain each of the following words or concepts. Responses should be written with well thought out, complete and proper sentences, grammar, punctuation and spelling. Answer each of the following questions: 1.      What is meant by “directly stated main idea of a passage?”2.      How do you find a stated main idea of a passage?3.      What is meant by “implied main idea of a passage?”4.      How do you determine an implied main idea?5.      What is meant by “supporting details?”6.      How do you find the supporting details in a passage?7.      What is chronological order?8.      List some key words used in chronologically ordered passages.9.      Give an example using chronological order.10.  What is reverse chronological (reverse chronology) order?11.  Give an example using reverse chronological order.12.  What is order of importance?13.  Give an example using most important to least important.14.  Give an example using least important to most important.15.  List some key words used in order of importance passages.16.  What is spatial order?17.  Give an example using spatial order.18.  List some key words used in spatial order passages.19.  What is a cause-effect relationship?20.  Give an example using cause-effect relationship.21.  List some key words used in cause-effect relationships.22.  Define context clue.23.  Define inference.24.  Give an example using an inference.25.  Define generalization.26.  Give an example using a generalization.27.  Define conclusion.28.  Give an example using conclusion.29.  Define prediction.30.  Give an example using a prediction.31.  Define summary.32.  Define “meaning of a passage.”33.  List some tips for finding the meaning of a passage.34.  Define fact.35.  Give an example of some facts.36.  List some tips for identifying facts.37.  Define opinion.38.  Give an example of some opinions.39.  List some tips for identifying opinions.40.  Define schedule (as in a graphic aid).41.  Make a schedule of your classes (in chart form).42.  Define table (as in a graphic aid).43.  Give an example of a table.44.  Define line graph (as in a graphic aid).45.  Give an example of a line graph using athletic games won, temperature, etc.46.  Define bar graph (as in a graphic aid).47.  Give an example of a bar graph.48.  Define symbol graph (as in a graphic aid).49.  Give an example of a symbol graph.50.  Describe the difference between latitude and longitude on a map.51.  Define alphabetize.52.  Define “thesaurus” and tell how you would use it.53.  Define “Preface” and tell what is usually in it.54.  Define “Table of Contents” and tell how you would use it.55.  Define “Index” and tell how you would use it.56.  Define “Bibliography” and tell what it used for.57.  Give an example of a Bibliography entry.58.  Define “Appendix” (not the body part!!!) and tell what it is used for.59.  Define “Glossary” and tell how you would use it.60.  Define “Encyclopedia” and tell what it is best used for.61.  What is the “Reader’s Guide to Periodical Literature”?62.  What is the Dewy Decimal System?a.       What types of books (with examples) are found in the 000-099 section?b.      What types of books (with examples) are found in the 100-199 section?c.       What types of books (with examples) are found in the 200-299 section? d.      What types of books (with examples) are found in the 300-399 section?e.       What types of books (with examples) are found in the 400-499 section?f.       What types of books (with examples) are found in the 500-599 section?g.      What types of books (with examples) are found in the 600-699 section?h.      What types of books (with examples) are found in the 700-799 section?i.        What types of books (with examples) are found in the 800-899 section?j.        What types of books (with examples) are found in the 900-999 section?63.  What is a “Card Catalog” and tell how it is best used.  Project 2Define and explain each of the following words or concepts. Responses should be written with well thought out, complete and proper sentences, grammar, punctuation and spelling. Answer each of the following questions: 1.      Define argument (not a fight!!!)2.      What is a valid argument?3.      Define fallacy.4.      Explain and give an example of “Jumping to Conclusions.”5.      Explain and give an example of “Ad Hominem.”6.      Explain and give an example of “Circular Argument.”7.      Explain and give an example of “Either-or-Fallacy.”8.      Explain and give an example of “Testimonial.”9.      Explain and give an example of “Transfer.”10.  Explain and give an example of “In-Crowd Appeal.”11.  Explain and give an example of “Bandwagon.”12.  Define propaganda and give an example.13.  What is meant by “Author’s purpose” in relation to a reading passage? Give 5 examples.14.  Define and tell what is meant by structural device.15.  Define and give an example of setting.16.  Define and give an example of plot.17.  Define and give an example of climax.18.  Define and give an example of conflict.19.  What are the major types of conflict (explained by Mr. Creel)?20.  Define and give an example of foreshadowing.21.  Define and give an example of suspense.22.  Define and give an example of character.23.  Define and give an example of antagonist.24.  Define and give an example of protagonist.25.  Define and give an example of narrator.26.  Define and give an example of dialogue.27.  Define and give an example of point of view (POV).28.  Define and give an example of first person POV.29.  Define and give an example of second person POV.30.  Define and give an example of third person limited POV.31.  Define and give an example of third person omniscient POV.32.  Define and give an example of mood.33.  List 20 words that clue you in to the “mood” or “tone.”34.  Define and give an example of theme.35.  Define and give an example of rhetorical devices.36.  Define and give an example of alliteration.37.  Define and give an example of analogy.38.  Define and give an example of euphemism.39.  Define and give an example of hyperbole.40.  Define and give an example of metaphor.41.  Define and give an example of simile.42.  Define and give an example of onomatopoeia.43.  Define and give an example of personification.44.  Define and give an example of rhyme.45.  Define and give an example of genre.46.  Define and give an example of genre: fiction.47.  Define and give an example of genre: nonfiction.48.  Define and give an example of genre: biography.49.  Define and give an example of genre: autobiography.50.  Define and give an example of genre: fantasy.51.  Define and give an example of genre: science fiction.52.  Define and give an example of genre: mystery.53.  Define and give an example of genre: romance.54.  Define and give an example of genre: allegory.55.  Define and give an example of genre: novel.56.  Define and give an example of genre: novella.57.  Define and give an example of genre: short story.58.  Define and give an example of genre: drama.59.  Define and give an example of genre: fable.60.  Define and give an example of genre: tall tale.61.  Define and give an example of genre: folk tale62.  Define and give an example of genre: poem.63.  Define and give an example of genre: epic.64.  Define and give an example of genre: myth.65.  Define and give an example of genre: legend.  Project 3Define and explain each of the following words or concepts. Responses should be written with well thought out, complete and proper sentences, grammar, punctuation and spelling. Answer each of the following questions: 1.      Define: noun.2.      Define and give 5 examples of: proper noun.3.      Define and give 5 examples of: common noun.4.      Define and give 15 examples of: collective noun.5.      Define: pronoun.6.      Define and give 7 examples of: nominative pronoun.7.      Define and give 7 examples of: objective pronoun.8.      Define and give 3 examples of: possessive pronoun.9.      What is the “antecedent” of a pronoun? Write 3 examples.10.  Define verb.11.  Define and give 20 examples of: action verb.12.  Define and give 2 examples of: transitive verb.13.  Define and give 2 examples of: intransitive verb.14.  Define and give 10 examples of: linking verb.15.  Define and give 3 examples of: predicate noun.16.  Define and give 3 examples of: predicate adjective.17.  Define and give 10 examples of: helping verb.18.  Define and give 3 examples of: gerund.19.  Define and give 2 examples of: infinitive.20.  Define and give 2 examples of: participle.21.  Define and give 2 examples of: past participle.22.  Define and give 2 examples of: present participle.23.  Define and give 2 examples of: perfect participle.24.  Define and give 2 examples of: passive participle.25.  Define and give 2 examples of: modifier.26.  Define and give 2 examples of: modifying clause.27.  Define and give 2 examples of: dangling modifier.28.  Define and give 2 examples of: phrase.29.  Define and give 2 examples of: clause.30.  Define and give 2 examples of: independent clause.31.  Define and give 2 examples of: dependent clause.32.  Define and give 2 examples of: relative pronoun.33.  Define and give 2 examples of: subordinating conjunctions.34.  Define and give 3 examples of: simple sentence.35.  Define and give 3 examples of: compound sentence.36.  Define and give 3 examples of: complex sentence.37.  Define and give 3 examples of: compound-complex sentence.38.  Define and give 3 examples of: present tense.39.  Define and give 3 examples of: past tense.40.  Define and give 3 examples of: future tense.41.  Define and give 2 examples of: present perfect tense.42.  Define and give 2 examples of: past perfect tense.43.  Define and give 2 examples of: present participle tense.44.  Define and give 2 examples of: past participle tense.45.  Define and give 2 examples of: future perfect tense.46.  Define and give 4 examples (and the corrections) of: sentence fragment. 47.  Define and give 4 examples (and the corrections) of: run-on sentences.48.  Explain the differences between parallel and non-parallel sentences.49.  Define and give 4 examples of: active voice.50.  Define and give 4 examples of: passive voice.51.  Now take the previous 4 passive voice examples and make them active voice.52.  Define and give 3 examples of: dialect.53.  Define and give 3 examples of: idiom.54.  Define and give 3 examples of: slang.55.  Define and give 3 examples of: homonym.56.  Define and tell the difference between each of the following:a.       Affect / Effectb.      Accept / Exceptc.       Its / It’sd.      Right / Rite / Writee.       Their / There / They’ref.       Plain / Planeg.      Bear / Bare / Beerh.      Counsel / Councili.        To / Too / Twoj.        Wear / Were / We’re / Wherek.      Whether / Weather / Witherl.        Who’s / Whosem.    Your / You’ren.      Cents / Sense / Scentso.      One / Won / Juanp.      Threw / Throughq.      Just / Jest / Gist57.  Define and give 3 examples of: transitional words.  Project 4Coming Soon!  

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