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MLK Historical Context. T ranscendentalism. More Transcendentalism. MLK Rhetoric. Word of the Day. SAT Preparation. MLK Historical Context. More Transcendentalism. MLK Rhetoric. Word of the Day. SAT Preparation. Transcendentalism. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • MLK Historical Context

  • Transcendentalism

  • MoreTranscendentalism

  • MLK Rhetoric

  • Word of the Day

  • SAT Preparation

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  • 1 - 100King was the leader of this group.

  • 1 - 100What is the SCLC?

  • The C in Project-C stood for this.

  • 1 - 100What is confrontation?

  • The planning committee planned to act during this busy shopping season.

  • 1 - 100What is Easter?

  • This famous civil rights activist and Presidential cabinet member called Project C ill-timed.

  • 1 - 100Who is Robert F. Kennedy?

  • King was arrested on this Catholic holy day.

  • 1 - 100What is Good Friday?

  • 1 - 100In one of his essays, Emerson cites famous thinkers like Jesus and Martin Luther, thereby employing this Greek rhetorical device.

  • 1 - 100What is ethos?

  • When Whitman repeats the phrase When I to begin successive clauses, he is employing this literary device.

  • 1 - 100What is anaphora?

  • When Thoreau describes the standing army as a standing arm of the government, he is employing this literary device.

  • 1 - 100What is metaphor?

  • Transcendentalism was popular during this century.

  • 1 - 100What is the 19th century (or the 1800s)?

  • Transcendentalism is an American outgrowth of this European movement that you learned about last year.

  • 1 - 100What is Romanticism?

  • 1 - 100Henry David Thoreau built his famous cabin in this Massachusetts town.

  • 1 - 100What is Concord?

  • Walt Whitmans life was spent composing one series of poems, with this title.

  • 1 - 100What is Leaves of Grass?

  • Ralph Waldo Emerson celebrated the common man with essays like this one, one of his most famous works.

  • 1 - 100What is Self-Reliance?

  • This Whitman poem describes an epiphany a young man has after hearing a college lecture.

  • 1 - 100What is When I Heard the Learnd Astronomer?

  • Henry David Thoreau refused a diploma from this university.

  • 1 - 100What is Harvard?

  • 1 - 100When King asks, Why direct action? Why sit-ins? he is employing this rhetorical device (besides anaphora).

  • 1 - 100What is rhetorical question?

  • When King utilizes logic to explain that it was illegal to aid and comfort Jews in Hitlers Germany, he is employing this rhetorical device.

  • 1 - 100What is logos?

  • When King talks about the sadness he felt when he couldnt take his daughter to Funtown, he is employing this rhetorical device.

  • 1 - 100What is pathos?

  • When King references Lincolns Gettysburg Address by using the phrase Five score, he is employing this rhetorical device.

  • 1 - 100What is allusion?

  • When King mentions a promissory note, a bad check, and the bank of justice, he is establishing this, a recurrent metaphor.

  • 1 - 100What is a motif?

  • 1 - 100My mom once told me I had a unique face a nice way of saying I was ugly.

  • 1 - 100What is a euphemism?

  • Jade complained that drivers ed was this, as it only sought to teach her lessons.

  • 1 - 100What is didactic?

  • Now that you are teenagers, you have this type of independence, more so than when you were younger.

  • 1 - 100What is autonomy?

  • This word for clear, easily understood actually comes from the Spanish word for lights.

  • 1 - 100What is lucid?

  • When Cassie brought me the apple, I accused her of being this a suck-up but I ate the apple anyways.

  • 1 - 100What is a sycophant?

  • 1 - 100Pam Cruise and Jim Braswell, (A)neither of (B)whom takes the bus to work, (C)is secretly plotting (D)to take over the world. (E)No error.

  • 1 - 100C. is

  • Everyone (A)on the softball team (B)who came up to bat squinted (C)at the pitcher in order to keep the suns glaring rays out of (D)their eyes. (E)No error.

  • 1 - 100D. their

  • The director (A)told the star of the production that (B)he was making far too much money (C)to tolerate such nasty (D)treatment from the producer. (E)No error.

  • 1 - 100B. he

  • The author is reliably ______________; every book he writes is more _______________ than the one before.A. dullinspiredB. exceptionalhackneyedC. artisticinformedD. imaginativecreativeE. originallackluster

  • 1 - 100D. imaginativecreative

  • The scientific community was ____________ when a living specimen of the coelacanth, which ichthyologists had feared was ____________, was discovered by deep-sea fishermen.a. perplexedcommonb. overjoyeddangerousc. unconcernedexterminatedd. astoundedextincte. dismayedalive

  • 1 - 100d. astoundedextinct

  • When Thoreau said That government is best which governs least, he called government at best this, suggesting is was merely a means to an end.

  • What is an expedient?

  • ********Round One should contain one Daily Double question. To insert the Daily Double Screen, follow these steps:

    1. Select the desired button on this slide by clicking on it. Click on SLIDE SHOW ACTION SETTINGS Make a note of which slide the HYPERLINK is currently set to. In the Action Settings dialogue box, change the HYPERLINK to Daily Double Round 1. Click OK6. Now go to Slide Daily Double Round 1 in this presentation, and follow the directions in the Notes section****************************************************************To Complete the Daily Double Sequence for Round One:

    Click on any blue area on the slide that is currently displayed Click on Slide Show Action SettingsThe Action Settings Dialog Box will be displayed. You will see that the HYPERLINK is currently set to Slide 8Change the HYPERLINK so that it is set to the slide number you made note of previouslyClick OK until the Action Settings Dialog Box disappearsSaveReturn to Slide 8 and select View Slide Show. Test your Daily Double button to make sure it works as you wish it to.

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