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EOC List #2 Vocabulary
Due Date: 11/14/2017
Subject: American Literature/Composition

1. Innocuous (adj) Harmless

2. Lethargic (adj) drowsy

3. Obstinate (adj) stubborn

4. Miser (adj) Stingy person

5. Piety (N) religious devotion

6. Rectify (V) to correct

7. Substantiate (v) Verify

8. Taciturn (adj) talking little

9. Unwarranted (adj) not justified

10. Vacillate (v) to fluctuate

Frankenstein Vocabulary List #2
Due Date: 11/8/2017
Subject: British Literature/Composition

1. amiable-having or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner

2. Poignant-evoking a keen sense of sadness or regret

3. Fastidious-attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail

4. Avid-having or showing a keen interest in or enthusiasm for something

5. Citadel-a fortress, typically on high ground, protecting or dominating a city

6. repine-feel or express discontent; fret

7. slough-a swamp

8. omnipotent-all-powerful

9. facile-easily achieved

10. cordial-warm and friendly

10th Lit Vocabulary List #5
Due Date: 11/8/2017
Subject: Tenth Grade Literature and Composition

1. Imagery -visually descriptive or figurative language that appeals to the “5 Senses”

2. Conflict- a serious disagreement or argument

3. Tension- mental or emotional strain; the state of being stretched tight

4. Argument- an exchange of diverging or opposite views; a reason or set of reasons given with the aim of persuading others that an action or idea is right or wrong

5. Demonstrate -clearly show the existence or truth of (something) by giving proof or evidence

6. Explain-make (an idea, situation, or problem) clear to someone by describing it in more detail or revealing relevant facts or ideas

7. Verbal irony-a character or person says something, but means the exact opposite- sarcasm

8. Situational irony-an event or occasion in which the outcome is significantly different from what was expected or considered appropriate

9. Dramatic irony -the audience has a fuller knowledge of what is happening in a drama than a character does

10. Alliteration –repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of a word

Trickster Wanted Poster
Due Date: 8/30/2017
Subject: Tenth Grade Literature and Composition


uINSTRUCTIONS: Now that you have read “Coyote and the Origin of Death,” you will create a WANTED poster
for the Coyote for making death eternal. Your poster should include the following:
1.WANTED,” “Coyote,” and the reward you’re offering written at the top.
2.A colorful and creative visual of Coyote.
3.A physical description of Coyote; this can be a bulleted list.
4.A description of Coyote’s crime and his trickster qualities