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Chapter 11 Examples and Non-Examples. Review of Expectations. Thumbs up means that the sentence you read is an example of the vocabulary word used correctly. Thumbs tucked means that the sentence is a non-example of the vocabulary word used incorrectly.

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review of expectations
Review of Expectations
  • Thumbs up means that the sentence you read is an example of the vocabulary word used correctly.
  • Thumbs tucked means that the sentence is a non-example of the vocabulary word used incorrectly.
  • Everyone keeps thumbs covered and under chins, then shows them when asked : )
  • Remember to write your answers and definitions on your Storm Check!
  • Ms. Cadwell will draw sticks to check answers after each example. Use your sentence starter cards to give your verbal response.
to gloat
To Gloat
  • One of Romeo’s best friends in “The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet”, Tybalt, loves to brag about his own wonderful qualities and often gloats about his ability to fight.
  • Example or non-example?
  • The definition of gloatis…..
a qualm
A Qualm

2. In Shakespeare’s play “The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet”, Juliet is often qualmed by her “nurse”, which means nanny, when she confides her desparate love for Romeo.

  • Example or non-example?
  • The definition of qualm is….
plagiarism
Plagiarism

3. Though Shakespeare based his play “The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet” on a poem entitled “The Tragical History of Romeus and Juliet” from the 1500’s, it is not considered plagiarism because he wrote a unique story of his own.

  • Example or non-example?
  • The definition of plagiarism is….
to garble
To Garble

4. Though Shakespeare’s writings might sound foreign or like he has garbled the English language, there are many words and phrases which he coined, created, and that we still use today.

  • Example or non-example?
  • The definition of garbledis….
gaunt
Gaunt
  • In “The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet”, Lord Capulet, Juliet’s father, appears round, rosy cheeked, and gaunt when he appears in the scene at the Capulet family party in the movie version of the play.
  • Example or non-example?
  • The definition of gauntis….
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