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Monday November 4, 2013. Pick up Vocab Week 6 Take out your notebooks And take everything else off of your desks. Checking in. Reminders. Quality of Work Sentences Word Choice Proofreading. Emails Proper Subject Proper Message On TIME. Announcements.

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Monday november 4 2013

MondayNovember 4, 2013

Pick up Vocab Week 6

Take out your notebooks

And take everything else off of your desks.


Checking in

Checking in


Reminders

Reminders

Quality of Work

  • Sentences

  • Word Choice

  • Proofreading

  • Emails

    • Proper Subject

    • Proper Message

    • On TIME


Announcements

Announcements

Term 1 closes THIS FRIDAY November 8!


Class objectives

Class Objectives

  • Identify the part of speech and definition for Vocab Week 6 Words.

  • Review Vocab Week 6 Homework

  • Analyze and annotate chapter 1 of Night


Language objectives

Language Objectives

  • Create thoughtful and accurate sentences using this week’s vocab words

  • Apply knowledge of this week’s vocab words in reading Night by Elie Wiesel

  • Analyze and annotate important terms, themes, ideas, and emotions in Night by Elie Wiesel


Agenda

Agenda

  • Review part of speech and definitions for vocab week 6 words

  • Discuss vocab week 6 homework

  • Critically read and annotate Night by Elie Wiesel


Night annotations

Night Annotations

At minimum: one sticky note per page

Information on the sticky note:

  • Key Points

  • Important Dates

  • Emotions

  • Thoughts

  • Main Ideas

  • Characters

  • Reactions

  • Important Events

  • Historical Connections

  • Character Connections


Vocab week 6

Vocab Week 6

Vocab Week 6Words: pg. 43

Vocab Week 6 homework:pg. 44

I need 7 Volunteers!


Surreal

Surreal

  • Part of Speech:

Adjective

Definition:

  • Of or relating to a dreamlike quality

The moment was surreal; no one knew what to believe.


Veritable

Veritable

  • Part of Speech:

Adjective

Definition:

  • Of or relating to the real thing;

  • Not imaginary

The students at Hogwarts had a veritable

feast their first night at school.


Reprieve

Reprieve

  • Part of Speech:

Noun

Definition:

  • The suspension of a sentence

The man was given a reprieve when his lawyer found that the testifying witness had been lying.


Quiver

Quiver

  • Part of Speech:

Verb

Definition:

  • To shake or move with a slight trembling motion

Fluttershy, Pinkie Pie, and Apple Jack quivered in fear when they realized they were in trouble.


Emaciated

Emaciated

Part of Speech:

Adjective

Definition:

  • Marked by abnormal weight loss; extremely thin

Twiggy’s emaciated image dominated the fashion world in the 1960s.


Significance

Significance

  • Part of Speech:

Noun

Definition:

  • Importance; Consequence; Meaning

Social media’s significance has risen

exponentially over the past few years.


Incentive

Incentive

  • Part of Speech:

Noun

Definition:

  • Something that incites greater action with the prospect of reward

One of Ms. Park’s favorite incentives is the top four lunch!


Vocab week 6 homework

Vocab Week 6 HOmework

REVIEW


Night

Night

Update your Table of Contents

and title page 45

Chapter 1 Reading Quiz


Night1

Night

Chapter 1 Continued


Night annotations1

Night Annotations

Sticky Notes must be:

  • NEAT

  • CLEAR

  • *USEFUL*


Night annotations2

Night Annotations

You will have sticky note checks during vocab tests.

These sticky checks will count as QUIZ grades.


Night2

NIGHT

B: p.

C: p.

E: p.

F: p.


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