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Bellringer HW: Ex. B & E, Ex. 6 & 7. Write an original sentence using each vocabulary word. Asset Infirm Opportune. Exercise b. 1. c 2. d 3. a 4. b 5. a 6. d 7. b 8. a 9. c 10. c. 11. c 12. d 13. c 14. c 15. a. Exercise E. 1. glower 2. equine 3. agitate 4. rhetoric

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bellringer hw ex b e ex 6 7
BellringerHW: Ex. B & E, Ex. 6 & 7

Write an original sentence using each vocabulary word.

  • Asset
  • Infirm
  • Opportune
exercise b
Exercise b
  • 1. c
  • 2. d
  • 3. a
  • 4. b
  • 5. a
  • 6. d
  • 7. b
  • 8. a
  • 9. c
  • 10. c
  • 11. c
  • 12. d
  • 13. c
  • 14. c
  • 15. a
exercise e
Exercise E
  • 1. glower
  • 2. equine
  • 3. agitate
  • 4. rhetoric
  • 5. embezzle
  • 6. nymph
  • 7. opportune
  • 8. dolt
  • 9. pastoral
  • 10. ive
  • 11. canter
  • 12. nutrient
  • 13. apprehensive
  • 14. ferret
  • 15. inept
  • 16. camouflage
  • 17. infirm
  • 18. asset
  • 19. prehens
  • 20. wrest
agitate v
Agitate (v.)
  • Make someone troubled or nervous
apprehensive adj
Apprehensive (adj.)
  • Fearful that something bad will happen
asset n
Asset (n.)
  • A useful or valuable thing
camouflage n v
Camouflage (n./v.)
  • N: something that blends in with its surroundings
  • V: disguise in order to hide
canter n v
Canter (n./v/)
  • N: Walk of a horse between a trot and a gallop
  • V: to walk between a brisk walk

and a run

embezzle v
Embezzle (v.)
  • To steal or put where it doesn’t belong (usually money)
equine adj
Equine (adj.)
  • Relating to horses
ferret n v
Ferret (n./v.)
  • N: a domesticated polecat
  • V: to search out
glower n v
Glower (n./v.)
  • N: an angry stare
  • V: to angrily stare
nutrient n
Nutrient (n.)
  • Substances having food value
opportune adj
Opportune (adj.)
  • Just right for the purpose
pastoral adj n
Pastoral (adj./n.)
  • Adj: Priestly
  • Adj: describing countryside that usually has grazing cattle and sheep
  • N: work of literature suggestive

of country life

rhetoric n
Rhetoric (n.)
  • N: the skillful use of words
  • N: way with words/showy language
wrest v
Wrest (v.)
  • Obtain after a struggle
homework
Homework
  • Exercises D
exercise 6
Exercise 6
  • 1. is possible in the village of Pang
  • 2. is located near the Arctic Circle
  • 3. receive their groceries once a year
  • 4. can visit Pang only during a short time each year
  • 5. order their year’s supply of groceries by mail
  • 6. is delivered to Pang a few months later
  • 7. store the groceries in their homes
  • 8. is kept outdoors
  • 9. too costly for most residents is
  • 10. also hunt for wild game or fish in the icy water
exercise 7
Exercise 7
  • 1. was
  • 2. is
  • 3. is told
  • 4. were looking
  • 5. met
  • 6. directed
  • 7. would find
  • 8. hurried
  • 9. was
  • 10. looked
  • 11. thought
  • 12. wanted
  • 13. was sent
  • 14. was killed
  • 15. drank
  • 16. died
  • 17.had poisoned
  • 18. found
  • 19. is
  • 20. is
identifying subject predicate practice
Identifying Subject/predicate practice

Ammon’s mother drove us to the theater.

The bumblebee carries pollen from one plant to another.

A strong, gusty wind is blowing out to sea this morning.

My sister accidentally locked her keys inside the car.

The Medusa of Greek mythology was one of the three Gorgons.

identifying subjects predicates practice
Identifying subjects/predicates practice

Parker danced crazily around the classroom.

Jon will decide to be a good example and not follow his lead.

Writing a paper isn’t easy!

After vomiting from dancing so hard, Parker sat down.

homework exercise 10
Homeworkexercise 10
  • Exercise 10: Writing complete sentences
  • Some of the word groups are complete subjects and some are complete predicates. Turn each group of words into a complete sentence by adding either a subject or a predicate. UNDERLINE SUBJECT ONCE, VERB TWICE.
introductions con t
Introductions con’t.
  • Today, we are going to write an introduction together so you can feel what a great one feels like
organizing our binders
Organizing our binders

Cover sheet (table of contents) should be updated daily, so you know what should be where.

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Star-Spangled Banner

The music was composed as a drinking song for an 18th-century London social club. The words were written in 1814 by Francis Scott Key to commemorate a battle. And on March 3, 1931, "The Star-Spangled Banner" officially became the national anthem of the United States. Ever since then, people have been complaining that the tune is unsingable and the lyrics are offensive. In response to these complaints, a bill was recently filed in Congress to replace "The Star-Spangled Banner" with "America the Beautiful" as our national anthem.

I believe for a number of reasons, that this bill deserves wide support.

Those reasons include: it is an amazing song, it does not have offensive language, and it reflects the American ideals.

Label the HOOK, the THESIS, and the MAP SENTENCE

hooks
hooks
  • You have a list of hooks that you can choose from to start your papers! You and a partner (the person sitting next to or nearest you) will be using one of the techniques to write a hook for the following prompt:

What is the importance of your mother or father’s role in your life?

write paragraph together
Write paragraph together

Thesis: I believe that my mother and father have a great deal of importance to my life.

Map sentence: The three reasons are that they teach me life lessons, the give me shelter, and they care for me.

independent practice
Independent practice
  • Write an introductory paragraph for the following prompt: (make sure it has all 3 pieces!!!)

Write an essay about what you think the best subject to study in school is.

homework1
Homework
  • 1. Wordly Wise- Ex. D
  • 2. Study for Wordly Wise quiz!
  • 3. Warriner’s Exercise 10
  • 4. Write an introductory paragraph
  • ALL DUE FRIDAY!!
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