FINAL EXAM Aleman's homeroom - Monday, 5/19 Creech's and Owen's homerooms - Wednesday, 5/21
Sonnets - know the format for a Shakespearean sonnet (number of lines, types of stanzas, rhyme scheme, iambic pentameter, etc.) and be able to determine whether or not a poem is a Shakespearean sonnet
Drama terms - know the meaning of the terms given (drama, tragedy, comedy, dramatic irony, tragic flaw, hubris, comic relief, monologue, dramatic convention, concealment, aside, soliloquy) and be able to apply them to Romeo and Juliet
Words to Know - know the meaning of the following words: ere, humor, shrift/shrive, soft, an, anon, fair, e'er, o'er, ne'er, wherefore, woo, chide, hie
Romeo and Juliet - PLOT - know what happens in the play, including scenes that we did not read but were summarized by your amazing teacher (Hint: review the handouts you were given and the questions on Study Island)
Romeo and Juliet - CHARACTERS - know who's who and how they relate to each other (ex: Mercutio and Paris are related to the Prince; Tybalt kills Mercutio; Romeo kills Paris; etc.)
Romeo and Juliet - QUOTES - know the important quotes from your handouts, and be able to paraphrase and explain them. You will have at least one written question about a quote. Click here for a sample quote explanation.
DGP - This part of the exam will be the same format as the DGP quiz. You will be given a sentence to analyze and diagram. You will be able to use your DGP book. I will give you the framework for the diagram.
Remember: If you earn at least 85% on your Study Island test, you will receive 5 bonus points to add to your exam.
The Shakespeare section of this test will be very similar to Test 4.1. Use the answer key here to help you study.