a) matching section where you will need to demonstrate a knowledge of the characters from the short stories and plays we've studied.
b) a section on the vocabulary from this unit
c) a short answer section on the readings that demonstrates a thorough knowledge of irony, theme and writing theme statements. You will have to use your knowledge of the texts to defend your ideas.
d) a reading comprehension section where you will answer multiple choice questions on a story that you have not read before.
Students need to prepare one piece of personal writing to be marked.
To conclude class, we will be working through a work sheet on irony from "The Crucible"