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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.

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!

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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