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Monday march 11 th

Please find your new assigned seat on the seating charts printed on the front tables.

Monday, March 11th

Bell-Ringer: Please log on to your computer and visit the class wiki. On the Daily Presentations page you will find a link for vocab flashcards. Use the first 10 minutes of class to get familiar with the key vocab for this unit.


Daily agenda

Daily Agenda:

  • Bell-Ringer: Vocabulary Flash Cards

  • Housekeeping

  • Word of the Day Magnanimous

  • Activator: Video Clip

  • Guided Note-Taking: Medieval Europe

  • Summarizer: Recipe

  • Homework: Complete Medieval Recipe, begin working on Extended Thinking Project, and complete TRF for tomorrow’s tutorial.

Essential Question: Is “Dark Ages” a fair characterization for Europe between 600 -1450 CE? What caused Western Europe to adopt a feudal structure? Why didn’t the Byzantine Empire collapse in the same manner as Western Europe?


Housekeeping

Housekeeping:

  • Grades are in. Should get report cards Thursday (hopefully?).

  • Today begins a new quarter. Your grades are completely reset. Each of you currently have a 100%. It is up to you to preserve it.

  • Spring Break begins March 23rd. We have two solid weeks of work to complete between now and then and NEED to finish the next unit in the process.

  • AP Exam Review this Friday after school!

  • Tuesday  Tutorial, Reading

  • Wednesday  Medieval Europe Lecture, Vocab Review

  • Thursday  DBQ Project, Tutorial, Review

  • Friday  Humanism Lecture, Writing Exercise


Monday march 11 th

-OUS: This Suffix means “ is Filled With”

Magnanimous – filled with generosity and forgiveness

magnanimous

On first glance, MAGNANIMOUS looks like a “big” and difficult SAT word. But looks can be deceiving. Let’s use our knowledge of prefixes, roots, and the suffix –OUS to divide and conquer MAGNANIMOUS.

The prefix MAGNA is easy to recognize. It means “big” as in the word MAGNIFY. The root ANIM comes from the Latin “animex” meaning “breath” or “soul.” An animal is thus a living, breathing thing, and an inanimate object lacks spirit. And finally, the suffix –OUS means “is Filled With.” So MAGNANIMOUS literally means “filled with a great spirit” and therefore generous and forgiving.

For example, following General Robert E. Lee’s surrender at Appomattox, General Ulysses S. Grant MAGNANIMOUSLY allowed the Confederate officers to keep their side arms and permitted soldiers to keep personal horses and mules. The Union troops then MAGNANIMOUSLY saluted as their defeated foes marched past them.

Read – AloudM, March 11, 2013 – Block 1


Who is least magnanimous

Who is least Magnanimous?


Monday march 11 th

-OUS: This Suffix means “ is Filled With”

Magnanimous – filled with generosity and forgiveness

magnanimous

Synonyms – Which of the following words have similar definitions to Magnanimous.

Word RelationsMonday, March 11th, Block 2


Monday march 11 th

-OUS: This Suffix means “ is Filled With”

Magnanimous – filled with generosity and forgiveness

magnanimous

Synonyms – Which of the following words have similar definitions to Magnanimous.

Word RelationsMonday, March 11th, Block 2


Activator

Activator:

  • What is being made fun of in the clip?

  • What point are they trying to make about it?

  • How would such a situation have arisen in the first place?


Guided note taking

Guided Note-Taking:

Please pick up a reading packet from the front table and Cornell Notes packet. You will have the next 25 minutes to read and take notes on the reading packet. As you read, pay careful attention to the essential question and guiding questions noted. You will NOT be able to take the packet with you (class set), so use your time wisely and efficiently.


Summarizer

Summarizer:

  • Now that you have read a bit about Medieval Europe, create a recipe that explains how to create a “Dark Age.” Use the directions provided on the handout to help facilitate your recipe based on what you read.

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Homework

Homework:

  • Finish Recipe Summarizer

  • Complete TRF for tomorrow’s tutorial

  • Begin working on Extended Thinking Project (Due Wednesday)


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