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Irregular Verbs / Use  or  / 6-10 . Copy down the sentences. Evaluate them with  or  to indicate whether they are correct or incorrect. . 6. Has anyone spoke to the junior class about the importance of the ACT? 7. That cactus plant you gave me has really growed . .

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Irregular verbs use or 6 10
Irregular Verbs / Use  or  / 6-10

Copy down the sentences. Evaluate them with  or  to indicate whether they are correct or incorrect.

6. Has anyone spoke to the junior class about the importance of the ACT?

7. That cactus plant you gave me has really growed.


Irregular verbs use or
Irregular Verbs / Use  or 

8. Because his boots were soaked, Tyree had took them off after he shaken off the snow.

9. Even though it was cold, Josie rose out of bed to go to school.

10. You could still see the imprint of where the cat had lay beside Josie on her bed.


English iii it s a wole soyinka wednesday

English III“It’s a Wole Soyinka Wednesday!”

January 15, 2014 – Mr. Houghteling


Agenda
AGENDA

  • Irregular Verb Bellringer

  • “Telephone Conversation” –TPCASTT


Irregular verbs use or 6 101
Irregular Verbs / Use  or  / 6-10

Copy down the sentences. Evaluate them with  or  to indicate whether they are correct or incorrect.

6. Has anyone spoke to the junior class about the importance of the ACT?

7. That cactus plant you gave me has really growed.


Irregular verbs use or 6 102
Irregular Verbs / Use  or  / 6-10

6. Has anyone spoke to the junior class about the importance of the ACT? 

Has anyone SPOKEN to the junior class about the importance of the ACT?

7. That cactus plant you gave me has really growed. 

That cactus plant you gave me has really GROWN.


Irregular verbs use or1
Irregular Verbs / Use  or 

8. Because his boots were soaked, Tyree had took them off after he shaken off the snow.

9. Even though it was cold, Josie rose out of bed to go to school.

10. You could still see the imprint of where the cat had lay beside Josie on her bed.


Irregular verbs use or2
Irregular Verbs / Use  or 

8. Because his boots were soaked, Tyree had took them off after he shaken off the snow. 

Because his boots were soaked, Tyree took them off after he SHOOK off the snow.

9. Even though it was cold, Josie rose out of bed to go to school. 

10. You could still the imprint of where the cat had lay beside Josie on her bed. 

You could still see the imprint of where the cat had lain beside Josie on her bed.



Lily Allen after…

Which term from the poem does this image represent?


Tp castt

“Telephone Conversation” by Wole Soyinka

TP-CASTT

  • Title— make a prediction

  • Paraphrase— put it into your own words

  • Connotation— what “tricks” does the poet use?

  • Attitude (tone)— what is the diction of the poem?

  • Shifts— where does the poem change?

  • Title— revisit the title (how close were you?)

  • Theme—


Vocabulary
Vocabulary

  • indifferent (2)—having no particular interest or concern; apathetic

  • rancid (12)—having a disagreeable odor or taste of decomposing oils or fats; rank

  • squelching (14)— to crush as if by trampling; squash

  • dumbfoundment (16)— filled with astonishment and perplexity


Vocabulary1
Vocabulary

  • spectroscopic (23) – as if utilizing a device to observe different aspects of color

  • “flight of fancy” (24)– an imaginative exploration

  • peroxide blonde (30) – the color of hair that has been bleached with hydrogen peroxide


British terms or other imagery
British terms or other imagery

  • Red booth (13).

  • Red pillar-box (13).

  • Red double-tiered Omnibus (13-14).

  • West African sepia (22)~ ironically…


Theme
THEME

  • What does the poem say about the human experience, motivation, or condition?

  • What subject does the poem address? What do we learn about that subject? What idea does the poet want us to take away from the poem?


Homework
HOMEWORK

  • Complete your TP-CASTT of “Telephone Conversation.”


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