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Do Now: 1. Place both parts of your HW on your desk to be checked. 2. Quickly and quietly begin your Do Now. Homework: 1. Grammar Practice Worksheet 2 . First TYPED & PRINTED Draft of Essay. (E-mail to your teacher by 7am on Monday if you need it printed for you)

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Do Now:1. Place both parts of your HW on your desk to be checked.2. Quickly and quietly begin your Do Now.

Homework:

1. Grammar Practice Worksheet

2. First TYPED & PRINTED Draft of Essay. (E-mail to your teacher by 7am on Monday if you need it printed for you)

Make sure all assignments are submitted on Turn-it-in!

objectives
Objectives
  • Determine the effect deleting or adding a phrase or sentence has on a passage.
  • Revise and draft our a grammar research paper.
  • Define the words: esoteric and olfactory
agenda
Agenda

(10) Do Now

(10) Review yesterday’s HW & Exit Ticket

(15) Grammar: TOD 601

(20) Composition: Revising and Drafting Grammar Essay

(10) Vocabulary

(10) Exit Ticket

tod 601 yes or no
TOD 601- Yes or No?
  • Step 1 – Read the sentence as it is.
  • Step 2 – Read the sentence with the phrase deleted or added.
  • Step 3 – Ask yourself: What happens when you delete or add the phrase?

DO NOT LOOK AT THE ANSWER CHOICES UNTIL YOU DO THIS FIRST!

  • Step 4 – Now look at the answer choices below and see which one best matches what you wrote down.
self revision drafting
Self–Revision & Drafting
  • Introduction
    • Have you explained why you chose to write about the rule you have chosen?
  • History Section
    • Have you explain how this rule has been used in the past?
  • Facts Section
    • Have you explained the key points behind the rule you have chosen?
  • Opinions Section
    • Have you shared different opinions of when and where different people believe you should use your rule?
  • Conclusion
    • Summarize the key points about each of your three sections.
  • Works Cited
    • Is all information cited correctly in your paper as well as at the end?
esoteric
Esoteric

Part of Speech: Adj.

Definition:

  • not generally known or understood; familiar to only a relatively small number of people.

Synonyms: obscure, unfamiliar, cryptic

Antonyms: obvious, common, clear

sentences
Sentences:

The literature professor realized the poem might be too esoteric for her new students.

Most employees secretly thought their boss’s speech was esoteric, but they applauded as though they had understood.

olfactory
Olfactory

Part of Speech: Adj.

Definition:

  • relating to the sense of smell.

Synonyms: fragrant, odorous, aromatic

Antonyms: odorless

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Sentences

The smelly shoes upset the kitten’s olfactory organ.

The author’s description of the fragrant flowers provided the reader with an olfactory image.

exit ticket
Exit Ticket
  • Complete BOTH SIDES of your exit ticket.
  • If you are done with the exit ticket early, begin working on your practice sheet for Homework.
  • Hand in your exit ticket after the bell has rung on your way out of class.