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Monday/ Tuesday. Do Now Quick News ARITS Response to Lit Test Socratic Seminars Info/ Prep. Do Now (page 34L). Write a sentence for each of your vocabulary words. Each sentence must show the word’s meaning and be at least 7 words long. Words are page 30R.

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• Do Now

• Quick News

• ARITS

• Response to Lit Test

• Socratic Seminars Info/ Prep

• Write a sentence for each of your vocabulary words. Each sentence must show the word’s meaning and be at least 7 words long.

• Words are page 30R.

• Pay close attention to the part of speech to make sure you are using it correctly.

• Verbs are something you do.

• Nouns are things or ideas.

• Vocab/Spelling Quiz is Wednesday.

• No school on Thursday or Friday.

• Response to Literature writing quiz today. Complete sentences and textual evidence are required!!!!

• Socratic Seminars next week; we will prepare for this today.

• Keep the central idea chart taped to page 33R.

• Less than 4 weeks left in the semester.

• How long should my answer be?  Quality over quantity.

• Vocabulary #4 Quiz

• New Words

• November Notebook Check

Spelling

Vocabulary

C

B

E

F

J

D

A

I

G

H

Spelling:

10 = 4

8 – 9 = 3.5

6 – 7 = 3

5 = 2.5

3 – 4 = 2

0 – 2 =1

Vocabulary/ POS:

20 = 4

16 – 19 = 3.5

12 – 15 = 3

10 – 11 = 2.5

6 – 9 = 2

0 – 5 = 1

POS

1. Noun

4. Noun

5. Noun

7. Verb

8. Verb

10. Verb

• Sameness

• Benevolently

• Maliciously

• Benefit

• Arrangement

• Truly

• Malfunctioned

• Bicycling

• Biannually

(page 34R) New Vocabulary

1. Switch notebooks with someone at your table.

2. On page 35L copy down the following chart…

3. Write a score in each box based on your partner’s notebook.

4. At the bottom, write an overall score that is an average of all of the other scores.