Grammar and Literary Elements Included in this Course


Adjectives/Adverbs - To Kill A Mockingbird

Apostrophes - Of Mice and Men

Capitalization - The Scarlet Letter

Colon/Semicolon - Little Women

Commas - Up From Slavery

Conjunctions - The Outsiders

Dashes and Hyphens - Fahrenheit 451

Quotations - Slaughterhouse-Five

Punctuation of Dialogue - The Call of the Wild

Subject/Verb Agreement - The Great Gatsby

Literary Elements:

Allegory - Little Women

Allusion - The Scarlet Letter, Slaughterhouse-Five

Author's Purpose (Non-Fiction) - Up From Slavery

Conflict - Fahrenheit 451

Diction and Tone - Up From Slavery

Foreshadowing - Little Women, The Outsiders

Four Writing Styles - Up From Slavery

Imagery - Of Mice and Men, The Call of the Wild

Juxtaposition - The Scarlet Letter

Motif - Slaughterhouse-Five

Personification - Little Women

Plot Arc - The Great Gatsby

Point of View - Of Mice and Men, To Kill A Mockingbird, Slaughterhouse-Five, The Outsiders, The Call of the Wild

Simile and Metaphor - To Kill A Mockingbird, Fahrenheit 451

Writing Projects:

Allegory - Little Women

Character Analysis - The Scarlet Letter

Comparison Essay - Of Mice and Men

Conflict Essay - Fahrenheit 451

Fiction Story - To Kill A Mockingbird, The Outsiders

Motif/Theme Essay - Slaughterhouse-Five

Personal Essay - Up From Slavery

Theme Essay - The Great Gatsby

Freewriting Essay - The Call of the Wild

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