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ELA GT Drills. Mrs. Demos 2012-2013 Quarter One. Drill 9/4 Basket Items!. Homework: Complete presentation due 9/6 Objective: The students will demonstrate the ability to apply concepts of word, phrase, clause, and sentence in order to write effective sentences.

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ela gt drills

ELA GT Drills

Mrs. Demos 2012-2013

Quarter One

drill 9 4 basket items
Drill 9/4 Basket Items!
  • Homework: Complete presentation due 9/6
  • Objective:The students will demonstrate the ability to apply concepts of word, phrase, clause, and sentence in order to write effective sentences.
  • Drill: Look at the photo on the next slide, and compose a compound sentence describing the action.
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Drill 9/5
  • Homework: Complete presentation due 9/6
  • Objective:The students will demonstrate the ability to apply concepts of word, phrase, clause, and sentence in order to write effective sentences.
  • Drill: Add an appositive phrase to the following sentence.
  • Example: The Terrapins, the football team, will have a tough year.
  • Your Sentence: If Ray Rice and Joe Flaco have a good year, the Ravens will do well.
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Drill 9/6
  • Homework: Grammar Quiz 9/10
  • Objective: Students will demonstrate the ability to listen effectively in order to construct meaning.
  • Drill: Take out all materials for your presentation. Go over final preparations with your group for the presentations.

Clear your desk of everything but a writing instrument and paper.

drill 9 7
Drill 9/7
  • Homework: Grammar Quiz 9/10
  • Objective: Students will demonstrate the ability to listen effectively in order to construct meaning.
  • Drill: Take out all materials for your presentation. Go over final preparations with your group for the presentations.

Clear your desk of everything but a writing instrument and paper.

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Drill 9/10
  • Homework: Go Ravens! Game at 7:00pm
  • Objective: Students will demonstrate knowledge of basic grammar concepts in order to improve their writing.
  • Drill: Take out your notes and review for the quiz.
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Drill 9/11
  • Homework: Bring in an example of figurative language that you have read. Write down the figurative language and the place the writing came from.
  • Objective: The student will be able to analyze and evaluate how specific language choices contribute to meaning in order to interpret the text.
  • Drill: Identify each of the following. Give an example if you can.
  • Metaphor Hyperbole Personification
  • Simile Onomatopoeia Alliteration
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Drill 9/12
  • Homework: Hunter/Hunted Paragraph due 9/14
  • Objective: Students will develop prior knowledge of the author and text in order to be prepared to read.
  • Drill: View the painting “The Hungry Lion” by Henry Rousseau.
  • Describe the emotions of the hunter and of the hunted.
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9/13
  • Homework: hunter/Hunted Paragraph
  • Objective: Homework: Hunter Hunted Paragraph
  • Objective: Students will annotate story “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell in order to understand theme.
  • Drill: Identify the figurative language and explain what it is trying to tell the reader.
    • “The door opened then--opened as suddenly as if it were on a spring--and Rainsford stood blinking in the river of glaring gold light that poured out” (Connell).
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Drill 9/14
  • Take out the Hunter/Hunted paragraph.
  • Homework: Review for figurative language quiz on Wednesday 9/19.
  • Objective: Students will annotate story “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell in order to understand theme.
  • Drill: What is theme?
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