Choose all the correct answers for the following question: What constitues plagiarism?
Using George Washington's birthday, without citing.
Using Proverbs, without citing
Quoting word-for-word a passage and citing the author.
Putting the information in your own words and not citing.
What kind of things does William build, experiment with or design?
What kind of figurative language is used in Hughes poem?
"What happens to a dream deferred?
Does it dry up
like a raisin in the sun?
Or fester like a sore--
And then run?
Does it stink like rotten meat?
Or crust and sugar over--
like a syrupy sweet?
Maybe it just sags
like a heavy load.
Or does it explode?"
In what ways does Cholera spread?
What style is The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind written in?
The following sentence from chapter 5 is an example of what kind of figurative language? "My stomach must have also been fooled from last night's nsm
Which sentence(s) are punctuated properly?
Maria can I help you?
After you ran out of money you called your parents, but only my sister was home, unfortunately.
I’m a not-so-rich person, but I can do the following: offer you a small loan, offer you some temporary work or help you find a new job.
"Yes I'll go to the store," said Dr. Winston, the guy with the top hat.
How does education influence William's ability to transform himself and the world around him.
He turns into a butterfly
He is able to provide electricity for himself and his household.
He gives people hope.
It shows that young people are capable of great things.
It causes a divide between adults and children.
He becomes more of a loner.
What are some reading strategies?
Read past things you don't understand.
Summarize what you have read by briefly restating the central ideas in your own words.
Revisit events that you find confusing.
Question the events described and their significance.
Predict what will happen later in the selection.
Highlight anything interesting.
Doodle in your notebook when you are stuck.
In what way(s) do the poem and the story connect?
Williams dreams to build a windmill cause him to explode in anger when he can't build one.
William's dreams to build a windmill become a heavy load because he can't build it.
William's dreams of going to school cause him to be upset when he can't afford to go.
William's dreams of learning are not interrupted by a lack of schooling because he is resourceful.
The following is an example of what kind of figurative language? "The mountain was getting higher for everyone."
The following sentence is an example of what kind of figurative language? "December arrived with heavy clouds, black as oil, that gathered for days o
In what way(s) is William resourceful?
He uses animal parts and bones to help him build things.
He gets parts from a scrap yard.
He uses his mom's kitchen to build things.
He takes parts from an old unused bathroom.
He gets his parents to support him with money.
He has traders donate parts for him.
He builds his own tools.
Which is an example of a properly cited passage. Knox, Bernard. Introductuion. The Odyssesy of Homer. Trans. Robert Fagles.
The third-century-B.C. geographer Eratosthenes, for example, thought that Homer’s story was totally imaginary (Knox 25).
The great Alexandrian geographer Eratosthenes said that trying to identify Odysseus’ ports of call would be a wild goose chase.
The third-century-B.C. geographer Eratosthenes, for example, thought that Homer’s story was totally imaginary (Knox, 25).
The great Alexandrian geographer Eratosthenes said that trying to identify Odysseus’ ports of call would be a wild goose chase. (Knox)
Choose all the correct possibilities for the following question: What elements make up what a style is?
Literary Style uses which of the following elements?
uses sophisticated, abstract language
often includes long, elaborate sentences
may use complex sentence structures
may use contractions and slang
sounds like everyday conversation
carefully observes the rules of grammar
may use IMAGERY to convey MOOD
may use simple sentences and fragments
reader often gets to know the narrator (the voice that tells the story)
Formal Style uses which of the following elements?
Informal Style uses which of the following elements?
What things do readers look for to identify characterization?
What characters do
What my friend says about the character
What the author says about the character
What characters say
What other people say about the character
What things characterize William in the book "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind"?
"Quiet down," someone said. "Let's see how crazy this boy really is?
I'd never seen a dead person, but I was too afraid to go look for fear it would never leave my mind.
"That's our dog, Khamba," he said. "I figured we'd bring him along to watch the chickens and goats here."
I didn't earn enough from our repairs to keep buying [batteries]. Instead, we'd walk to the trading center and look for used cells that had been tossed in the waste bins.
True or False: An autobiography is written by the person the story is about. It is in the first person.
True or False. When documenting the design process, I should use literary style to document it.
Choose all the following answers that are correct for the following question: What did William do to further his studies?
He never stopped going to school.
He borrowed his friends notes.
He borrowed books from the library
He learns from his mistakes
He learns from a wiseman in his village.
Choose all of the correct answers for the following question: What does the windmill symbolize for William?
How does Gilbert help William?
He helps William make the windmill blades.
He buys the dynamo for William.
Gilbert doesn't laugh at William's going to the scrapyard like everyone else.
He helps William build the tower.
Choose all the correct answers to the following questions: What analogies are from this story.
Khamba's ribs like blades.
The maize like the fruit of the Gods.
The famine like the plague.
The flies like flying diseases.
The windmill like a light bulb.
Choose all the correct answers for the following question: Which of the following could be considered a theme for this book?
It takes a community to achieve greatness
One can find freedom in education
Failure breeds more failure
Treasure can be made from things you least expect
Choose all the correct answers for the following: What did the scrapyard symbolize?
Parts for his windmill