We’ve been informed and enlightened by several war-torn literature novel speeches. You’ve exhibited poise, passion, and profiency in delivery and content. I’m impressed and pleased; I know the angst of public speaking.
Remember, you are to submit your essay (best copy) and your cue cards following your speech.
Tomorrow, April 20th, the vocabulary definitions and one exercise are due; plus, in class, you’ll be quizzed on the words.
Should you not have the vocab list, here are the words: 1. zephyr 2. frivolous 3. infallible 4. furtive 5. fetter 6. stealthy 7. lugubrious 8. clandestine 9. trifle 10. impudent *11. illustrious *12. alacrity *13. conjecture *14. ominous *15. aristrocracy
On Monday, April 23, you must have a draft of your Childhood Games narrative as we will highlight the required elements: narrative opening, dialogue, blocking, character description, interior monologue, other (hyperbole, simile, metaphor, personification, idiomatic expression, sensory details, etc. )