Flashcards in Spring Final Deck (261):
For a great tree, death comes as a gradual transformation
this is the author's
A brief story about an interesting or humorous incident is called
an extended point-by-point comparison between two things
the writer's attitude towards his or her subject is called_____
revealed through diction
uses an analogy comparing reading a river to reading a book
Life on the Mississippi
uses an incident of a boy with an adult and later tells how the adult influenced him
A Whole Nation and a People
uses a powerful personal experience and then compares it to past personal experiences
A Taste of Snow
uses a problem, one who helped address the issue, a solution, and a quotation from a book
The Flight of Rachel Carson
uses chronological order and spatial progress, and then describes emptiness and usefulness
the death of a tree
author of Mending Wall
The Death of Sennacherib
I'll Tell You How the Sun Rose
The Day is Done
Edna S. V. Millay
The Meadow Mouse
Edgar Allan Poe
Read songs from some humbler poet
Whose songs gush from his heart
As showers from the clouds of summer
Or tears from the eyelids start
these lines are...
The hills untied their bonnets
this is a ...
The moon tiger
In the room here
Slowly silently now the moon
Walks the night in her silver shoon
At Woodward Gardens
John Anderson My Jo
All in green went my love riding
Loveliest of Trees
A. E. Housman
old folk ballad
The Battle of Blenheim
O Mistress Mine
The Seven Ages of Man
I Wandered as a Lonely Cloud
The Charge of the Light Brigade
Alfred Lord Tennyson
What does non-fiction deal with?
real people, real experiences, and real ideas
What is an essay?
a piece of prose writing that usually gives a brief explanation about a topic
the word essay comes from ...
a French expression meaning I try
In MLA style, when one cites a book, what is different about the parenthesis?
the page number is also included
In MLA style, what do you do with an entry's second and third lines?
In MLA style, what is putting the URL to a site as the source qualify as?
Besides Greece, what amount of countries have a rich dramatic tradition?
a type of comedy which depends on an improbably situation and exaggeration
stage directions, sound effects, soliloquies, and asides are all called . . .
the conventions of drama
Who wrote "A Marriage Proposal"
When Kreton notes that humans are a very violent people, what is being used?
What does Joseph do when he sees the crowd?
challenges Frank Morrison to be the first person to kill him
What is a monologue
a long speech spoken by one character with other actors on the stage
Correct story term order
exposition, raising action, crisis, falling action, climax, resolution
Shakespeare's plays can be classified how?
as tragedies, histories, and comedies
What do Romeo and Juliet both realize?
they are in love with their family's enemy
Parting is such sweet sorrow is classified as
What does Romeo ask of Friar Lawrence?
to perform a wedding for Juliet and himself
What do the Capulets and Paris feel after they hear Juliet is dead
Who tells Romeo that Juliet is dead?
What is Romeo's plan when he hears Juliet is dead?
to poison himself to die with Juliet
What happens when the bodies are discovered?
Friar Lawrence reveals his scheme to try to reunite Romeo and Juliet
What does Capulet intend to do at the end of the story?
make a gold statue of Romeo
How is the play closed?
the Prince stresses that it was a tragedy, a story of woe
contrasts ancient ships' valuable items with modern ships' necessary items
the poet claims that we sometimes have divine inspirations
The Sound of the Sea
tells how we often can erect offensive barriers against others
contrasts a peaceful situation with a dangerous one
visually demonstrates options of what could happen
has an unusual speaker
appeals to all our senses except touch
Our House in Hadong
tells the moon to leave the city
A Song of the Moon
has unusual rhymes
unusual line structure
gives a sense of slow going
The Time we Climbed Snake Mountain
presents life as a journey
what does imagery involve
using figurative language like similes, metaphors, and personifications
an English sonnet has
3 stanzas of four lines
concludes with a couplet
Parallelism refers to
repeated words, expressions, or thoughts.
The point of "At Woodward's Garden" is
knowing what to do with knowledge
"A Little wicked wicket gate" is found in
"Lest we forget - lest we forget" is often repeated in
a lyrical poem that talks about friendship through life
John Anderson my Jo
the author makes an offering and asks for help in using words artistically in
"the infant was dead" is found in
a young fellow was poisoned to death by his girlfriend
the author realizes his life is short
Loveliest of Trees
talks about graffiti pictures and graffiti artists
What does a usual in-paper citation in MLA style have?
the author's last name and page number in parentheses
A Works Cited entry has ...
first line at the left margin
subsequent lines indented
Jones, Bill. GREAT POEMS ITALICS. Austin: U Texas P, 2014. Print.
Is this correct?
The alphabetical listing and the hanging indentations ....
help the reader find the source quickly
if an author is unknown...
the title of a book or a website can be used
Is Jones, Bill et al. correct for three authors?
what is plagiarism
stealing another person's intellectual property
an important part of research is ...
integrating one's own views on a subject with others' views
in a research paper, a student should document
everything that has been provided by another
3 things to evaluate a resource
when there is a long indented quotation, the punctuation
goes before the parentheses
Citations in the text should
always point to entries in the Work Cited pages
4 major meter types
trustworthy websites usually have...
sponsors, an editorial policy, a board, and contributors
to avoid plagiarism, put statements ... and put...
in quotation marks
the resource in parentheses
For an entry from a website in the Works Cited page, a student should have .... minimum
website's title, date of publication, medium, and date of access
Where should one go to find other examples of how to do entries for various resources?
5.7.1 MLA HANDBOOK
What all can one use to find materials in a research paper?
to generate details, ....
one must ask questions
a conclusion should
tie up loose ends and leave the reader satisfied
the conclusion should be
slowly written in order to leave a good impression
Have ________ words
vivid and specific
have ______modifiers which ______
appeal to the senses
use _____ words, ____ nouns, and _____ verbs
sentences should have
a variety of beginnings and endings
what should you do to catch errors and determine the paper's flow?
read it aloud
a good punctuation mark to use
our voice is revealed by
one's personality and outlook and tone
how to proof read your paper's spelling
read it backwards
some good questions to ask as you edit
Why is this punctuation here?
Did I leave something out?
When conventions are used properly,...
they are almost unnoticed
One should be ____ to display your writing
one should try to make a ________ through the presentation
a quality final copy makes the reader think that you ...
have probably done quality work
What is a poet laureate
a designated writer for a state, region or country
represents something much larger than itself
the psalms of the Bible use much ____
a writer's style deals with
the way language is used and ideas are arranged
In MLA style, a period usually comes ______ the parenthesis that indicates the source
the type of drama that comes from a Greek word meaning goat song is
What does Frank Morrison do?
attempts to rally the crowd against Joseph, but they all leave when Arthur stands firm
How does Romeo hear about the Capulet party?
the servant who needed the invitation read
What is Lady Capulet's reaction to Juliet going to marry Romeo?
she doesn't know it is happening
Why does Paris come to Juliet's tomb?
he wants to grieve and pay his respects
What does the Prince say about the two feuding families in the end?
he says they've been punished enough
contrasts the sunrise and the sunset
I'll tell you how the sun rose
talks about a dreary land and ends with a jolting cart
has a peaceful setting and relaxing mood
powerful metaphor causes us to be fearful
The Sound of the Sea
poem has a rhyme of anapestic tetrameter
Death of Sennacherib
has a strong contrast - freedom from the sea, but death on shore
Who wrote the poem about daffodils?
a narrative poem that describes 600 brave soldiers
The Charge of the Light Brigade
as a grandfather recalls a battle of victory, his grandchildren point out the war's horrors
The Battle of Blenheim
says let's get on with love while we're young
O Mistress Mine
infancy, schoolboy, lover, soldier, judge, elderly, senile
Seven Ages of Man
poet laureate of England for 40 years
one of Scotland's greatest poets
tried new ideas, no punctuation, no capitalization, visual cues
England's greatest nature poet
How long is the Works Cited page?
What does one use when alphabetizing a title?
skip the a, an, and the
What is paraphrasing another person's argument without a reference to him or her
How many pages is a citation?
What is free verse?
no specific rhyme scheme
what is metered verse?
has a fixed rhyme and rhythm
What does the MLA handbook do about online books?
provides a form for it
how to start a paper
ask a thought provoking question
preview the conclusion
use an anecdote
introduce your main points
give a dramatic statement or fact
give an expert's quotation
use a creative or unique angle
what type of verbs should we use?
how long should sentences be?
What should you do after writing your paper?
set it aside to get a fresh look
how should your fonts and spacing be?
plain and uniform
what is onomatopoeia?
a word that sounds like what it means
what are repeated vowel sounds?
3 appeals of Aristotle
6 rhetorical devices mentioned in Vance's presentation
3 parts of the rhetorical triangle with the circle
with a circle of context and purpose
a word or phrase denoting one kind of object or idea used in place of another to suggest a likeness or analogy between them
an implicit comparison
an explicit comparison
substituting a part for a whole or a whole for a part
substituting the name of something for whatever it is associated with
substituting a descriptive phrase, made up of a concrete adjective and abstract noun, for a precise word
attributing animation to something inanimate
treating a thing or abstract quality as though it were a person
deliberate combination of seemingly contradictory words
devices which have the rational appeal of logic and the aesthetic appeal of symmetry
repetition of word or words beginning a series of parallel syntactical units
two words joined by a conjunction although one modifies the other
rearrangement of normal word order for effect
direct address of an abstraction or someone absent
exaggeration for effect
reference to or echo of familiar expressions, persons, or objects from a cultural tradition
double and triple level suggestive power of words
going to take my wheels instead of taking a car
saying crown instead of king
fringed curtains of thine eye instead of eyelashes
his blessed plot, this realm, this earth, this England
this policy and reverence of age means this policy of reverencing age
gold meaning wealth and beauty excellence or greed
Who is Lee Strobel?
a court reporter at the Chigaco Tribune
What did Strobel study in?
journalism and law
What made Strobel investigate Christianity?
his wife's conversion
What is similar to people today who assume that Jesus is a good teacher or myth?
the wrong assumption towards the accused in a court case
What are the interviews with Blomberg about?
the reliability of the Gospels
What do court cases show?
the importance of eye-witness evidence
How many gospels had eye-witness accounts?
What did the other two Gospels use for information?
connections with eye-witnesses
Who were the eye-witnesses that wrote Gospels
Matthew and John
What did ancient biographies stress?
the lesson to be learned
What is the lesson in the biography of Jesus
Jesus is the Son of God
Is Jesus historical or a myth and why?
historical because not enough time passed for him to develop into a myth
an example of someone developing into a myth
Alexander the Great
500 years time
How long after Jesus' life were the Gospels written?
How do we know the apostles weren't lying?
the enemies of Jesus would have corrected them
Which Gospel provides the most direct claims of Jesus' divinity?
What does the term "Son of Man" refer to
a divine being
three ways the synoptics show Jesus to be God
Son of Man
ability to forgive sins
the One Risen from the Dead
How many tests does Strobel put to Blomberg?
What were the apostles' intentions
to accurately preserve history
Why did the apostles have the ability to transmit an accurate message
unlike telephone, it was checked every few steps for accuracy
What about contradictions?
none that can't be resolved
How do we know that the Gospels weren't biased?
the men who wrote them loved Jesus openly
How do we know that the writers didn't falsify the story?
weaknesses are shown
How is the setting confirmed?
Who would have pointed out falsehoods if there were any?
As Blomberg studied the Gospels, what did he say happened to him?
his faith grew
What did Strobel say about the result of the Blomberg interview
a good foundation
Who is Douglas?
a DI who could figure out criminals' personalities from clues about what they said and did
What is Strobel's idea going into the Witherington interview?
he can use the Douglas idea to see if Jesus' claims to be God's Son matched up with His deeds
Why does Witherington say that Jesus' relationship to His disciples was important?
He was founding a new order
Why didn't the Jewish religious leaders like Jesus?
His authority and stress on newness
How does Jesus claim that His miracles are done?
by the finger of God
To what do Jesus' miracles point?
His new kingdom
Ways Jesus' relationship to God are unique
Abba - Daddy
Son of Man - expression from Daniel underscoring his divinity
claiming He and God are one
What did Jesus see himself as?
being on a divine mission to offer salvation to all people
Why does Strobel interview Collins
a psychologist to see if Jesus was insane when He made his claims
Ways that Jesus did not act imbalanced
helpful and compassionate most of the time
Why was Jesus not a hypnotist?
you can't fool others against their wills
Why were Jesus' healings not psycho-somatically induced?
Jesus' healings caused real physical changes to take place instantly
His goal was to be helpful
What does Jesus claim, and how does He back it up?
to be God's Son
His words, miracles, and rational actions
How does Strobel use fingerprints to inspire his next interview?
the Jewish prophecies like fingerprints point to a unique individual, and Jesus fulfills those prophecies
Who is Lapides?
grew up Jewish and didn't know about Jesus
What did Lapides think Jesus was?
a dead Gentile invention
What problems did Lapides go through?
drugs, war, Eastern religions, Satanism
What turned Lapides' life?
Christians challenged him by saying that God was objective and that Jesus was the Messiah
What did Lapides think the New Testament was?
What did Lapides do after being challenged by the Christians?
read the OT prophecies and NT and found the prophecies proven in Jesus
How many prophecies did Jesus fulfill?
Could Jesus fulfilling all these prophecies be a coincidence?
What would have happened if the writers tried to fabricate the fulfillment of the prophecies?
Jesus' enemies would have quelled it
Why couldn't the prophecies have been manipulated?
Jesus didn't choose the time of his birth
What fills the prophecies?
Jesus' life, death, and resurrection
Who is in the resurrection empty tomb interview?
What does Craig say did not happen to the body?
was not thrown to the dogs
it was buried
About Joseph of Arimathea
all the Gospels mention him
Luke does say he was absent from Jesus' death council
a historical figure
How is Mark's Gospel the easiest to be taken as reliable?
written the closest to Jesus' life
What did the Jews view the resurrection as?
a physical act, not just spiritual
What does the Jewish and Christian debate on the resurrection show?
the guard story is true
What do the inconsistencies of the resurrection stories show?
that they were all genuine and the inconsistencies are minor and can be rectified
What does the presence of the women in the story show?
the authenticity of the gospels since women were seen as untrustworthy
Early preachers did ....
make reference to the empty tomb, just not in those words
Who knew about Jesus' tomb?
Jews and Christians alike
Why do Jesus' enemies never mention the tomb?
they admitted that it didn't have a body there
Why is the resurrection possible?
a God exists who can perform miracles in our world
What is circumstantial evidence?
not direct like eye-witness testimony, but can be effective enough to convict a person if it can be proven that all the pieces of the puzzle point to the person being in that situation
What does Strobel ask Moreland?
5 pieces of circumstantial evidence which prove the resurrection
Circumstantial evidence 1.
the transformation in the apostles
fear to boldness
Circumstantial evidence 2.
the transformation of the skeptics like James and Paul
circumstantial evidence 3.
key Jewish social structures changed, like animal sacrifices and keeping Sabbaths
circumstantial evidence 4.
the Lord's Supper and baptism by immersion replay the resurrection
circumstantial evidence 5
the church would never have existed if there had not been a resurrection