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Monday, 9/9/13. Good morning! Please remember to get your folder. Take out everything from your folder and place it into your binder before you do anything else. Agenda First Five Vocabulary DOL Grammar Song Share (We’ll finish up this week.) 9/11 Reminders

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monday 9 9 13

Monday, 9/9/13

Good morning! Please remember to get your folder. Take out everything from your folder and place it into your binder before you do anything else.

Agenda

First Five

Vocabulary

DOL

Grammar

Song Share (We’ll finish up this week.)

9/11

Reminders

Target Check: Friday, 9/13 (That’s this Friday!)

The Giver C. 17-23 DUE Thursday. (Bonus Points for Wednesday!)

The Giver RAFT will be due NEXT WEDNESDAY. That’s an adjustment because we will have a lot going on this week.

vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • Venerable
    • Ex. The family’s venerable matriarch spoke to throngs of admirers at her one-hundredth birthday party.
  • BONUS
  • Complete the following analogy:
    • venerable : person :: antique : ______________
  • Now use venerable in a sentence of your own.
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DOL
  • the job requires a person who can supervise an office use computers type fast and a person to work with customers
  • The pipes in our house freezed I learned because this here furnace didn’t work proper
grammar verb review
Grammar: Verb Review
  • An action verb expresses a physical or mental action.
    • An action verb that appears with a direct object (Who? or What?) is called a transitive verb.
    • An action verb without a direct object is an intransitive verb.
  • A linking verb links the subject of a sentence to a word in the predicate.
    • *If a verb can be replaced with an =, it is a linking verb.
  • Helping verbs, also called auxiliary verbs, are combined with verbs to form verb phrases.
    • Helping verbs are never alone.
  • http://grammaropolis.com/verb.php
identify the verbs and their type in the sentences below
Identify the verbs and their type in the sentences below:
  • Bonnie and Clyde were famous bank robbers during the 1930s.
  • In only two years, they killed a dozen innocent people.
  • They were wanted by the law for a variety of crimes.
  • Crime seemed romantic to Bonnie for about a year.
  • She and Clyde were traveling all over Texas together.
  • However, the life of a criminal is often harsh and short.
  • Bonnie was seriously injured in an auto accident at one point.
  • Clyde treated her at home without the help of doctors or hospitals.
  • Just before her death, Bonnie looked sick and old.
  • Bonnie and Clyde died in a hail of bullets during a police ambush in 1934.
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9/11
  • EQ: How can you remember 9/11?
  • SU: What do you already know about 9/11?
  • Why would we talk about this in LA?
slide8
9/11
  • Think, Group, Share
  • This will be a group activity. What jobs do you need?
    • Things you know…
    • Things you think you know…
    • Things you wonder about…
slide9
9/11
  • http://www.history.com/9-11-anniversary
  • Video: 9/11 Timeline
  • Think, Group, Share
    • What were the Twin Towers?
    • What was the World Trade Center?
    • What happened on 9/11?
    • What happened in the aftermath of the attacks?
the new york times
The New York Times
  • Read the article in The New York Times the next day…
  • http://www.nytimes.com/packages/html/nyregion/9-11imagemap.html
  • Think, Group, Share
    • What is the author’s purpose?
    • What is the point of view/perspective? Why?
    • What is the author’s tone?
    • What is the reader’s mood?
wrap up
Wrap Up
  • This Wednesday will be the anniversary of 9/11. What thoughts or questions do you have that you would like to address?
  • ***Bring a device that can be used to access the internet tomorrow if you have one.***
tuesday 9 10 13

Tuesday, 9/10/13

Good morning! Please remember to get your folder. Take out everything from your folder and place it into your binder before you do anything else.

Agenda

First Five

Vocabulary

DOL

Grammar

Song Share (We’ll finish up this week.)

9/11

Reminders

Target Check: Friday, 9/13 (That’s this Friday!)

The Giver C. 17-23 DUE Thursday. (Bonus Points for Wednesday!)

The Giver RAFT will be due NEXT WEDNESDAY. That’s an adjustment because we will have a lot going on this week.

first five1
First Five
  • Tuesday
vocabulary1
Vocabulary
  • prosaic
    • Ex. The student’s prosaic writing style bored her literature teacher so much that he disliked grading her essays.
  • BOUNS
  • Give an antonym for prosaic.
  • Now use prosaic in a sentence of your own.
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DOL
  • they haven’t never found the most valuable of the too stole rare books
  • If you want to see an interesting Television program than watch masterpiece theater on sunday evenings
grammar verb review1
Grammar: Verb Review
  • Identifying transitive and intransitive verbs.
    • Transitive verbs are those which have a direct object (Who? or What?).
    • Intransitive verbs are those which do not have a direct object.
  • Underline the verb. Circle the direct object if there is one. Identify the verb as either transitive or intransitive.
  • Modern banks use the latest technology for surveillance of their offices. ________
  • Hidden cameras can videotape robbers without their knowledge. ________
  • Silent alarms notify police of a robbery attempt immediately. ________
  • Armed guards sometimes stand at the doors to the bank. ________
  • Convicted criminals pay for their crimes with years behind bars. _______
9 11 memorial
9/11 Memorial
  • Start Up:
  • Why do we choose to memorialize certain events?
  • How do we decide which artifacts, objects, and ephemera to include in that memorialization?
  • What purpose/s does memorialization serve for individuals and societies?
  • Visit the 9/11 Memorial Museum website:
    • http://www.911memorial.org/
    • Complete the study guide.
wrap up your memorial
Wrap Up: Your Memorial
  • What type of memorial would you make? What items would you want to include? Why?
  • View the resources available online.
    • http://makehistory.national911memorial.org/
    • http://timeline.national911memorial.org/
    • http://www.history.com/9-11-anniversary
  • Complete the study guide.
  • You may chose to work with a partner or by yourself for this activity.
  • We will work on this in class tomorrow.
wednesday 9 11 13

Wednesday, 9/11/13

Good morning! Please remember to get your folder. Take out everything from your folder and place it into your binder before you do anything else.

Agenda

First Five: W & Th

Vocabulary: W & Th

DOL: W & Th

Grammar: W & Th

Song Share (We’ll finish up this week.)

9/11 Memorial Work Day

Reminders

Target Check: Friday, 9/13 (That’s this Friday!)

The Giver C. 17-23 DUE Thursday. (Bonus Points for today!)

The Giver RAFT will be due NEXT WEDNESDAY. That’s an adjustment because we will have a lot going on this week.

first five2
First Five
  • Wednesday
vocabulary2
Vocabulary
  • impetuous
    • Ex. The impetuous stockbroker sold off his holdings as soon as the market dipped slightly.
  • BONUS
  • Give an example of impetuous behavior or actions.
  • Now use impetuous in a sentence of your own.
vocabulary3
Vocabulary
  • sagacious
    • Ex. John prides himself on being a sagacious judge of character, but his brother has difficulty understanding people.
  • BONUS
  • Circle the word that does not belong with the others.
    • Intelligent astute sharp witless ingenious
  • Now use sagacious in a sentence of your own.
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DOL
  • i would of drew the landscape but i didn’t have nothing to draw with
  • me and barry walked to cliff st in the afternoon and then in the evening we go to the movie sleepy hollow
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DOL
  • on august 28 2003 we visited donna and he mother at 7213 ninth avenue seattle Washington
  • shes certainly doing good in her new job at the digital computer co
grammar verb review2
Grammar: Verb Review
  • The writer of this paragraph was careless and omitted many verbs. Proofread the paragraph. Wherever a verb is missing, insert this proofreading symbol ^ and write an action verb, a linking verb, or an auxiliary verb above it.

The most famous traitor in American history Benedict Arnold. Arnold once a trusted general in the American army. He his bravery in a number of dangerous battles against the British. He even injured seriously in defense of his country. At one point, however, he was passed over for a promotion to major general and resentful. Later, he reprimanded by George Washington for actions that his critics opposed. Angry and bitter, Arnold with British forces in a plan to force the military base at West Point, New York, to surrender. The plan was discovered, and Arnold to New York City where he joined the British Army. Although he acres of land in Canada, he spent his last years in the West Indies, despised by the citizens of his own country.

9 11 work day
9/11 Work Day
  • Work on your memorial.
  • Include 5-paragraph essay write up about 9/11.
  • Both of these will be due on Friday.
thursday 9 12 13

Thursday, 9/12/13

Good morning! Please remember to get your folder. Take out everything from your folder and place it into your binder before you do anything else.

Agenda

First Five

Writing Prompt

The Giver: Final Reading Guide

*We will work on an activity with The Giver next week.

Reminders

Target Check: Friday, 9/13 (That’s this tomorrow!)

The Giver C. 17-23 DUE TODAY. The Giver RAFT will be due NEXT WEDNESDAY. That’s an adjustment because we will have a lot going on this week.

Your 9/11 memorial will be due tomorrow.

first five3
First Five
  • Thursday
friday 9 13 13

Friday, 9/13/13

Good morning! Please remember to get your folder. Take out everything from your folder and place it into your binder before you do anything else.

Agenda

First Five

DOL, Vocabulary & Grammar Quiz

Song Share (We’ll finish up this week.)

*Fix Your Grade (See Mrs. B for a PowerSchool update.)

9/11 Memorial Project

Reminders

Due Today: Targets

9/11 Project Work Day: Monday

9/11 Project Due Tuesday

dol quiz
DOL Quiz
  • When you are finished, you may work on anything that you need to get finished up from this week. 
  • Due Today:
    • Targets