The AP. Day 2. Quiz Retake. The quiz begins at the bell. During the quiz, all quiz takers will silently complete all questions, both vocabulary and grammar. You will have 12 minutes. When done, turn in to the box. September 22 , 2011. Assign Yourself: Finish RAFT, Bring Op-Ed (Fri)
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The quiz begins at the bell.
During the quiz, all quiz takers will silently complete all questions, both vocabulary and grammar.
You will have 12 minutes.
When done, turn in to the
September 22, 2011
Assign Yourself: Finish RAFT, Bring Op-Ed (Fri)
Do Now!Write the sentence below. Then, add on more ideas and modifiers to the END of this sentence.
Objective: SWBAT identify cumulative (loose) and periodic sentences.
Notes & Anchor Chart
A sentence that begins with a subject and a verb and continues with modifiers.
Basic statement: Bells rang.
Loose sentence: Bells rang, filling the air with their resonance, startling pigeons, bringing people into the streets to hear the news.
Basic statement: The teacher considered him a good student.
Loose sentence:The teacher considered him a good student, steady if not inspired, willing if not eager, responsive to instruction and conscientious about his work.
The main idea goes at the end of the sentence
Basic statement:The cat scratched Sally.
Periodic sentence: Suddenly, for no apparent reason, the loveable cat scratchedSally.
a. She decided to study English though she was interested in music.b. Although she was interested in music, she finally decided to study English.
A. You cannot make great progress in English without good study habits.B. Without good study habits, you cannot make great progress in English.
1. The river rose dangerously.
2. The river rose above its banks.
3. Swelled by melting snow, the river rose.
4. Uprooted trees swirling away in the current, the river rose.
5. Because the snows had been heavy that winter, the river rose.