FLE4 Practice Test Romantic Poetry

Practice Test
FLE 4  - Romantic Poetry

Keep your poem stencil close 
but your phone far!
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Practice Test
FLE 4  - Romantic Poetry

Keep your poem stencil close 
but your phone far!

Slide 1 - Slide

I feel confident about my literature test
and I know what to expect
😒🙁😐🙂😃

Slide 2 - Poll

Find your teammates and place desks in group formation

Slide 3 - Slide

What is associated with
the Victorian era?

Slide 4 - Mind map

What is associated with
the movement of Romanticism?

Slide 5 - Mind map

Which issue from the Victorian era can you see in the image?

Slide 6 - Open question

Reason became more important than imagination in the Romantic Era.
A
True
B
False

Slide 7 - Quiz

The Industrial Revolution sparked the invention of the steam engine
A
True
B
False

Slide 8 - Quiz

Bakers were part of the ...
A
upper class
B
middle class
C
lower class

Slide 9 - Quiz

Children were a symbol of freedom
A
True
B
False

Slide 10 - Quiz

With the arrival of Romanticism, the sonnet grew more popular.
A
True
B
False

Slide 11 - Quiz

In I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud, 'dancing daffodils' is an example of:
A
assonance
B
alliteration
C
consonance

Slide 12 - Quiz

From I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud:
" I saw a crowd, / A host, of golden daffodils; /
(...)
Fluttering and dancing in the breeze."
This is an example of:
A
metaphor
B
imagery
C
personification

Slide 13 - Quiz

I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud seems cute, free and beautiful at times. What would you say is sad about the poem?

Slide 14 - Open question

'England in 1819' was written by
A
William Blake
B
William Wordsworth
C
Percy Bysshe Shelley
D
John Keats

Slide 15 - Quiz

In a nutshell, what is the aim of "England in 1819"?

Slide 16 - Open question

Quote examples of anti-establishment beliefs in England in 1819

Slide 17 - Open question

Composed Upon Westminster Bridge celebrates the English countryside.
A
True
B
False

Slide 18 - Quiz

Quote 2 examples with assonance and 2 example with alliteration in Composed Upon Westminster Bridge

Slide 19 - Open question

What's a volta? Explain in as much detail as you can

Slide 20 - Open question

Where do we find the volta in "Composed Upon Westminster Bridge" and what shift does it indicate?

Slide 21 - Open question

What is explained in the poem London?

Slide 22 - Open question

What is the mood of London? How do examples of imagery strengthen this?

Slide 23 - Open question

Explain what an oxymoron is and give an example from the poem London.

Slide 24 - Open question

Which questions are you left with, to be discussed next class?

Slide 25 - Mind map

Poll:
Looking at the results of this test,
I need to study and/or practise...
a lot still
quite a bit still
a little bit more
not that much anymore

Slide 26 - Poll

Study materials
- Powerpoint ("FLE4 Romantic Period + Victorian Era Study Material"
- romantic poetry padlet 
- poetry stencil + own notes

Slide 27 - Slide

In Ode to a Nightingale, what poetic device is found in "My sense, as though of hemlock I had drunk"

Slide 28 - Open question

What is typically Romantic about Ode to a Nightingale?

Slide 29 - Open question