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Lesson 18: Act 3 , Scenes 3 & 4 Reciprocal Pronouns Transition Words. Review and use reciprocal pronouns and transition words in writing Comprehend plot and language of Romeo and Juliet. R+J Packets: Reciprocal Pronouns. Review: what is a pronoun? AGAIN? Examples?

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Lesson 18 act 3 scenes 3 4 reciprocal pronouns transition words

Lesson 18: Act 3, Scenes 3 & 4Reciprocal PronounsTransition Words

Review and use reciprocal pronouns and transition words in writing

Comprehend plot and language of Romeo and Juliet


R j packets reciprocal pronouns

R+J Packets: Reciprocal Pronouns

  • Review: what is a pronoun? AGAIN?

  • Examples?

  • Don’t forget there are different kinds of pronouns…let’s go over the chart


Pronouns

Pronouns!!

  • Personal pronouns: I, me, you, he, him, she, etc.

  • Demonstrative pronouns: this, that, these, those, etc.

  • Possessive pronouns: mine, hers, his, ours, etc.

  • Reflexive pronouns: myself, herself, himself, yourself, etc.

  • Interrogative pronouns: who, whom, what, which, etc.

  • Indefinite pronouns: anyone, nobody, another, etc.

  • Relative pronouns: who, whom, which, where, when, etc.


Reciprocal pronouns

Reciprocal Pronouns

  • Reciprocal pronouns: each other, one another

  • One another describes interactions among three or more people

  • Each other is for interactions between two people


Fill in the blank

Fill in the Blank

  • Allie and Jerry loathe _____________.

  • The twelve angry men were all pointing fingers at _______________.

  • Carla and Angie can wear _______________’s clothes.

  • Remember to love ____________.


Transition words sb p279

Transition Words: SB p279

  • Transition words help the reader follow the ideas.

  • Comparison words

    • Also, in the same way, likewise, similarly, in addition, moreover, another

  • Contrast words

    • But, however, in contrast, instead, yet, although, nevertheless, on the other hand


Fill in the blank1

Fill in the blank!

  • 1. __________ the invention of television, people probably spent more of their leisure time reading.

  • a. Nevertheless

  • b. Because

  • c. Before


Lesson 18 act 3 scenes 3 4 reciprocal pronouns transition words

  • 2. If you’re having company for dinner, try to get as much done in advance as possible. __________, set the table the day before.

  • a. For instance

  • b. In contrast

  • c. Similarly


Lesson 18 act 3 scenes 3 4 reciprocal pronouns transition words

  • 3. __________ I’m very allergic to flowers, my boyfriend bought a bouquet of roses.

  • a. Until

  • b. Because

  • c. Even though


Lesson 18 act 3 scenes 3 4 reciprocal pronouns transition words

  • 4. Turtles stay in their shells when they are frightened. _______ dogs put their tails between their legs in frightening situations.

  • a. After

  • B. Similarly

  • C. Therefore


Act 3 scenes 3 4

Act 3, Scenes 3 & 4

  • Scene 3 parts

    • Narrator

    • Friar Lawrence

    • Romeo

    • Nurse

  • Scene 4 parts

    • Narrator

    • Lord Capulet

    • Paris

    • Lady Capulet


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