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Ciao, Sensational Sophomores!. Please take out: A Writing Utensil Lines of Scrimmage And your NOTEBOOK! Then, please … … clear everything else off of your desk!!. Thursday September 29 2011. Agenda. Announcements. Subject Verb Agreement. Subject Verb Agreement Activity.

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Please take out a writing utensil lines of scrimmage and your notebook then please

Ciao, Sensational Sophomores!

Please take out:

A Writing Utensil

Lines of Scrimmage

And your NOTEBOOK!

Then, please …

… clear everything else off of your desk!!

Thursday

September 29

2011


Agenda

Agenda

Announcements

Subject Verb Agreement

Subject Verb Agreement Activity

Continue Reading Lines of Scrimmage


Class objectives

Class Objectives

  • Language Objectives: SWBAT-

    • Dissect Sentence Structure

    • Correctly identify the proper verb for a sentence

    • Apply Literary Terms to reading Lines of Scrimmage

  • Class Objectives: SWBAT-

    • Discuss Subject Verb Agreement

    • Lines of Scrimmage Quick Review

    • Continue Reading Lines of Scrimmage


Top 4 lunch

Top 4 Lunch!

Each term, I will be hosting a Top 4 lunch.

This luncheon will be for the top achieving student in each of my sections.

After first term, I will be adding a new spot …

… Most Improved!


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Top 4 Lunch!

GOOD LUCK!!


Student government

Student Government!

Meeting:

Monday October 10, 2011

2:30-3:30

Ms. Park’s Room 310


Writing prompt

Writing Prompt

After School Hours:

Thursday 2:30-3:30

After 3:30 today,

I will no longer be accepting writing prompts.

Please make sure you complete yours!


Contest

CONTEST

Open house is next Tuesday

The class with the MOST parents or guardians who show up …

Will obviously get a PRIZE.

Everyone in that class will get a free homework pass.

** In order to qualify, the class must have 10 or more parents or guardians show up.


Open house

Open House!!

So tell your parents!

Tell your older brothers and sisters!

Tell your Grandmas and Grandpas!

Tell your aunts and uncles!

Next TUESDAY OCTOBER 4, 2011

4:30-6:30 PM


Word puzzle

Word Puzzle

Lunch

Exit

Lunch

Out to Lunch

Answer:


Please take out a writing utensil lines of scrimmage and your notebook then please

Sentence Structure

Please open your notebooks to page 8.

Title this page,

“Subject Verb Agreement”

UPDATE YOUR TABLE OF CONTENTS!


Subject verb agreement

Subject/Verb Agreement

In any sentence, the …

VERB must agree with the SUBJECT

When it comes to number.


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Subject/Verb Agreement

Plural:

More than one


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Subject Verb Agreement

Singular:

One


Subject

Subject

The subject dictates

what form the verb should take:

singular or plural


Please take out a writing utensil lines of scrimmage and your notebook then please

Verb

The verb must then take on

either the singular or plural form

according to the subject.


Please take out a writing utensil lines of scrimmage and your notebook then please

Now …

You are being given a worksheet.

Please select the form of the verb (according to the subject)

that rightly completes the sentence.


Please take out a writing utensil lines of scrimmage and your notebook then please

You have 5 Minutes!

GO!


Please take out a writing utensil lines of scrimmage and your notebook then please

Hand in your papers as you finish.

Raise your hand and I will come by to collect them.


Please take out a writing utensil lines of scrimmage and your notebook then please

Now …

I’m giving you someone else’s paper.

Please only mark on the paper if the answer is wrong!


The goal

The Goal:

You are learning how to better create sentences to express your understanding of a text

… these exercises will help you to communicate that understanding.


Please take out a writing utensil lines of scrimmage and your notebook then please

Now …

Show me how much

you understand the reading.

Take out your story,

Lines of Scrimmage


Lines of scrimmage

Lines of Scrimmage

A Palestinian-American boy in New Mexico thinks his dreams have come true when he gets the chance to become the quarterback of his high school football team. ..

But he soon meets prejudice, loses his confidence, and finds it again in a most unexpected way.


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Lines of Scrimmage

Setting:

New Mexico

Main Character’s Name:

Ameen Abu-Shakra

Main Character’s Age Group:

High School

Main Character’s Nationality:

Palestinian-American


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Lines of Scrimmage

Family:

Mom, Dad, Sister, Grandmother

Dad:

Homesick and upset at politics (destruction)

Ameen:

Just wants to play football and be like everyone else

Ameen’s High School:

All American, little Diversity


New mexico

New Mexico!


Lines of scrimmage prereading vocabulary

Lines of Scrimmage Prereading Vocabulary

Please open up your notebooks to page 8.

Title this page,

“Lines of Scrimmage PreReading Vocab”

Update your table of contents too!!


Vocab word

Vocab Word

Part of Speech:

_____________

Definition:

_____________


There

There

There:

Indicates ‘where’; place. Where? Over there.

ex: The papers are over there.


Their

Their

Their:

Shows possession.

ex: Their SAT scores helped

the juniors get into college.


They re

They’re

They’re:

This is a contraction. They + Are = They’re

ex: They’re going to go far in life.

* Make sure you are able to replace ‘they are’ for ‘they’re’ in the same place.


Please take out a writing utensil lines of scrimmage and your notebook then please

Your

Your:

Indicates someone else’s possession.

ex: Hey, your dog is eating my lunch.

* Use when you are speaking

about someone else’s things.


You re

You’re

You’re:

Contraction. You + Are = YOU’RE

ex: You’re doing a great job! Keep it up!

* Make sure you are able to replace ‘you are’ for ‘you’re’ in the same place.


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