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Monday, 9/23/13. Good morning! Please remember to get your folder. Agenda First Five Vocabulary DOL Grammar Narrative Perspective (2 Activities) Targets Read Gathering Blue Reminders Target Check: Friday *You will have time to finish your posters for The Giver tomorrow.

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Monday 9 23 13

Monday, 9/23/13

Good morning! Please remember to get your folder.

Agenda

First Five

Vocabulary

DOL

Grammar

Narrative Perspective (2 Activities)

Targets

Read Gathering Blue

Reminders

Target Check: Friday

*You will have time to finish your posters for The Giver tomorrow.

Be good! If our guest teacher has to leave your name, it will result in an immediate office referral.


First five

First Five

  • Monday


Vocabulary

Vocabulary

  • Wary

    • Ex. At first, the kitten was wary of its new home, but soon it grew comfortable and played with its new owners.

  • BONUS: Circle the words that are similar in meaning to wary.

  • Now use wary in a sentence of your own.


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DOL

  • Hes going too his Best Friends house to pick up the novel the faclons wing

  • Because aunt alice and him went to homers deli of lunch and then stopped outside of the chase bank to talk to nicks teacher


Grammar

Grammar

  • Even More Adjectives

  • Read the following sentences. Underline all the adjectives, including articles.

  • 1. My favorite contestant is the tall girl in the black dress.

  • 2. We took a long, exhausting walk around the city.

  • 3. The hurricane caused excessive damage to our home.

  • 4. I received a gorgeous bouquet of flowers today.

  • 5. My parents gave me a stunning gold bracelet for graduation.

  • 6. The narrow street made it difficult to walk with traffic.

  • 7. We had two delicious appetizers at the Italian restaurant.

  • 8. The little girl wore a pink helmet to match her new bicycle.


Perspective in writing

Perspective in Writing

  • EQ: How can you determine the narrative perspective of a piece of writing?

  • Activity 1

    • Read the notes regarding narrative perspective.

    • Complete Activities 1-5

  • Activity 2

    • Read the passage.

    • Determine the narrative perspective.

  • When you are finished…

    • Work on Targets

    • Read Gathering Blue


Tuesday 9 24 13

Tuesday, 9/24/13

Good morning! Please remember to get your folder.

Agenda

First Five

Vocabulary

DOL

Grammar

Theme Activity

Finish The Giver Posters

Reminders

Target Check: Friday


First five1

First Five

  • Tuesday


Vocabulary1

Vocabulary

  • Subtle

    • Ex. The fragrance of the new perfume was so subtle that it was difficult to detect its ingredients.

  • BONUS:

    • 1) Name something that you could describe using subtle.

    • 2) Give an antonym of subtle.

    • 3) Now use subtle in a sentence of your own.


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DOL

  • After she had rang the bell many times she gives up and left these items by the door videos books and cassettes

  • He has gave subscriptions to the new yorker as christmas gifts for more than twenty five years i think


Grammar1

Grammar

  • Comparatives and Superlatives

  • Adjectives can be used to compare two or more things.

  • The comparative compares two things and adds –erto the adjective. The comparative may also be formed by placing the word more in front of the adjective.

    • Examples:faster, more delicious

  • The superlative compares more than two things and adds –estto the adjective. Superlatives may also be formed by placing the word most in front of the adjective.

    • Examples: fastest, most delicious

  • Write five sentences about one of your favorite activities that contain comparatives and superlatives.


Theme

Theme

  • EQ: How can theme be determined from a piece of writing?

  • Theme Prezi

    • http://prezi.com/1gvf_uaue31m/theme-in-literature/

  • Activity

    • Practice identifying the different types of themes in the passages.


Work time

Work Time

  • You may work on Targets.

  • You may work on your reading guide for Gathering Blue C. 1-5.


Wednesday 9 25 13

Wednesday, 9/25/13

Good morning! Please remember to get your folder.

Agenda

First Five

Vocabulary

DOL

Grammar

Author’s Purpose

Finish The Giver Projects

Reminders

Target Check: Friday


First five2

First Five

  • Wednesday


Vocabulary2

Vocabulary

  • Capricious

    • Ex. The young prince was quite capricious; his friends never knew what is next adventure would be.

  • BONUS

    • Which word is a synonym for capricious?

      • Prepared

      • Whimsical

      • Irresponsible

    • Which word is an antonym for capricious?

      • Daring

      • Spontaneous

      • Premeditated

    • Now use capricious in a sentence of your own.


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DOL

  • Here comes the sun has been a popular song for more than twenty five years i think

  • My car had a flat tire I was late for the movie the sixth sense


Grammar2

Grammar

  • Adverbs

  • An adverb is a word that modifies a verb, and adjective, or another adverb. Adverbs tell how, when , where, how much, and why. Many adverbs end in the letters –ly.

    • Examples: near, always, very, lovely

  • Check the words that are adverbs.

1. great

2. well

3. too

4. for

5. yesterday

6. carefully

7. bright

8. often

9. almost

10. nor

11. fast

12. windy

13. also

14. almost

15. unexpectedly


Author s purpose

Author’s Purpose

  • EQ: What purpose can authors meet when writing?

  • What are the different types of author’s purpose?

  • P

  • I

  • E


Thursday 9 26 13

Thursday, 9/26/13

Good morning! Please remember to get your folder.

Agenda

First Five

Vocabulary

DOL

Grammar

Work Day: Final Day for Make-Up Will Be Tomorrow

Reminders

Target Check: Friday


First five3

First Five

  • Thursday


Vocabulary3

Vocabulary

  • Amphibious

    • Ex. A frog is one example of an amphibious creature; it can live on land and in the water.

    • From Greek amphi (on both sides) and bios (life)

  • BONUS

  • List another word containing the prefix amphi-.

  • Give examples of amphibious creatures.


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DOL

  • I seen my mother fix the kitchen faucet standing in the door

  • Them students they are reading the newspaper article entitled saving the planet


Grammar3

Grammar

  • More Adverbs

  • Remember that an adverb is a word that modifies a verb, and adjective, or another adverb. Many adverbs end in –ly.

  • Change the following words in to adverbs.

  • 1. careful ____________________

  • 2. basic ____________________

  • 3. easy ____________________

  • 4. comfortable ____________________

  • 5. rare ____________________

  • 6. happy ____________________

  • 7. drastic ____________________

  • 8. quick ____________________

  • 9. equal ____________________

  • 10. variable ____________________

  • 11. bare ____________________

  • 12. terrible ____________________


Literature study groups

Literature Study Groups

  • Form Groups

    • Select Jobs

  • Anticipatory Questions


Friday 9 27 13

Friday, 9/27/13

Good morning! Please remember to get your folder.

Agenda

First Five

DOL, Vocabulary & Grammar Quiz

Review Narrative Perspective & Theme

Lit. Study Groups

1st Block- Apology Letters

Reminders

Target Check: Today


First five4

First Five

  • Friday


Dol grammar vocabulary quiz

DOL, Grammar & Vocabulary Quiz

  • When you are finished….

    • Get your targets checked.

    • Make-Up work and corrections

    • Work on your lit. study for Gathering Blue.


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