Flashcards in Midterm Deck (44):
Describing a word not using like or as
Describing a word using like or as
Describing a non human with human descriptions
A symbol for something
A gross exaggerating
Words describing a scene
Where the story takes place
Describing a character without stating it directly
Describing a character by stating it directly
A character that does not change
A complex character
A character that encounters conflict and is changed by it
A minor character that does not go through change, usually just helps the main character
The subject of a book
An abstract idea; a general notion
The way that the author feels about the characters in a story
The overall feeling of the story
The beginning of a story
A related series of action leading up to the climax of the story
The main event of the story
The events after the climax of a story
The problem of the story has been solved; ending of the story
The main issue of a story
How the story is being told
Point of view
Showing vague hints on what will happen in the story
Passing reference or indirect mension to a subject
When the audience knows what is going to happen in the story, but the characters don't
The way something is expressed in words
Using the same letter of every word in a sentence; she sells sea shells by the sea shore
The repetition of a vowel; Would You Know how oatmeal looks?
The repetition of a consonant; All gorillas called Al like Linda's
a meaning that is implied by a word apart from the thing which it describes explicitly.; home means family, loving, and security
A word that imitates the sound of a thing; bark, meow, woof, click, bang
A verse of a poem
A pattern of rhymes at the end of a poem or song
A poems underlying structure
What is the first "T" in TP-CASTT?
Title: consider the title and snake a prediction on what the poem is about
What does the "P" in TP-CASTT mean?
Paraphrase: translate the poem line by line into your own words on a literal level. Look for complete thoughts and look up unfamiliar words
What does the "C" in TP-CASTT mean?
Connotation: Examine the poem for meaning beyond the literal. Look for imager, figurative language, and sound elements
What does the "A" in TP-CASTT mean?
Attitude/ Tone: notice the speakers tone and attitude. Humor? Sarcasm? Awe?
What doesn't the "S" in TP-CASTT mean?
Shifts: note any shifts or changes in speaker or attitude.
What does the second "T" in TP-CASTT mean?
Title: examine the title again, this time on an interpretive level