Ch 7: STAAR English II: Sensory Language

About This Chapter

Explore some commonly used sensory language devices in these interactive test prep lessons. Increase your retention of the material by taking the supplemental practice quizzes and chapter exam to prepare for the STAAR English II exam.

STAAR English II: Sensory Language - Chapter Summary

Learn how to incorporate sensory language into your writing using allusion, allegory and symbolism as illustrated in these helpful video lessons. Prepare for the STAAR English II exam by using the information featured in this chapter to recognize and use elements of sensory language. The examples and topics explored in these lessons include:

  • Types of symbolism
  • Using allegory to convey a message or lesson
  • Creating references through allusion

Upon completion of each lesson, you can take the short multiple-choice quizzes and the more comprehensive chapter exam to gauge your level of understanding. If further review is necessary, you can use the links within the quizzes to be quickly and easily directed back to key concepts. This program allows you to work at your own pace and keep track of your progress through the Dashboard feature. If you need additional help, our expert instructors are always available to help you along.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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