English 11/Mrs. Gillmore - Semester 1 Review
1st Nine Weeks

2nd Nine Weeks
Reading
Thematic Unit 1: What is an individual’s duty to the state?
  • Collection of Speeches
  • Literary Terms
    • o Inference
    • o Tone, Day 10
    • o Imagery, Day 11
    • o Anaphora, Day 13

Writing: Argumentation Focus
    • Author’s Purpose: EDNA, Day 8
    • Author’s Main Idea
    • Author’s “Techniques,” Day 10
    • Primary v. Secondary Sources, Day 12
    • Logos, Pathos, Ethos, Day 16-17
    • Synthesis
    • Signal Phrases, Day 18
    • Assertion/Claim/
    • Counterclaim
    • Evidence/Concrete Detail, Day 9
    • Commentary, Day 9
Language
  • Appositive Phrases – Days 1-3
  • Parallelism, Day 12-14
  • Semi-Colon, Day 13
Vocabulary
  • Vicissitudes
  • Providential
  • Arduous
  • Pecuniary
  • Conspicuous

Reading
Thematic Unit 2: What is the appropriate balance between allowing an individual to defend his or ideals and tolerating another’s ideals?
  • The Crucible
  • Literary Terms
    • o Allegory, Day 5
    • o Characterization, Day 7
    • o Freytag’s Dramatic Structure, Day 7
    • o Theme, Day 7
    • o Archetype, Day 9, 15
    • o Metaphor, The Crucible
Writing: Expository Focus
    • Comparison, Day 4
    • Summary, Day 11
    • Signal Phrase, Day 6
    • Literary Analysis
    • Concrete Detail
    • Commentary
Language
  • Punctuation of Titles, Day 4
  • Punctuation of Signal Phrases, Day 4
  • Punctuation of embedded quotes
  • Participial Phrases: Opener, S-V Split, Closer
  • Infinitive Phrases
  • Gerund Phrases
Vocabulary
  • Intimations
  • Formidable
    Prodigious
    Licentious
    Ameliorate
    Base
    Inept
    Calamity
    Contentious
    Immaculate
    Effrontery
    guile