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  1. MUG shots • in the u.s., our president receive a salary of 400,000 dollars per year. • Rules: Capitalization, Abbreviations, Numbers, S-V Agreement

  2. September 6, 2010objectives: 1.1, 1.2, 2.1, 6.1, 6.2 • MUG shots • Journal • Vocabulary words and definitions • Mini-lesson: Outlines • Interviews • Mini-lesson: nouns

  3. Journal • Who are your real friends? What qualities do you love about your “real” friends? By graduation, do you think you will still have the same friends? If not, will you have changed or them? Why do you think that? (at least 8 sentences)

  4. Latin Vocabulary Vocabulary Unit 12

  5. TERM – end, limit Indeterminate (adj) – not clear; not fixed; indefinite Interminable (adj) – seeming never to end; endless; unceasing

  6. LIM – boundary, threshold 3. Subliminal (adj) – below the level of consciousness; unconscious

  7. ARCH – ruler; to be first Anarchy (n) – lack of order or control; chaos; “no ruler” Archaic (adj) – dating back to a much earlier time; ancient; obsolete Matriarch (n) – female leader of a family

  8. MERS – to sink Emergent (adj) – just coming into being; new Immerse (v) – to completely cover with liquid; plunge

  9. All About You

  10. All about You The PowerPoint Presentation: • Your PowerPoint presentation must visually showcase your oral presentation. • Your PowerPoint should be at least 10-12 slides. • Keep your slides clean, organized, and simple. • Remember, your PowerPoint should just highlight what you say, not say everything you want to highlight.

  11. All about You The Oral Presentation: • You need to give a 5-8 minute formal presentation on who you are and what your overall interests are. • Your presentation must have an outline that demonstrates your presentation intentions. • You can use note cards to help assist you during your presentation. • Your presentation must be in a logical sequence, explains yourself and your interests, but must be concise and easy to follow. • The audience must be able to follow your presentation, so make sure you have smooth transitions in between each of your major points.

  12. Ms. LeCroy

  13. Outline • What is an outline anyway? • writing before beginning a paper • most helpful in organizing one's thoughts. • If your outline is good, your paper should be easy to write.

  14. Outline • Remember: • The Roman Numerals (I, II, III) designate paragraphs and main topics for paragraphs. • The capital letters (A, B, C) give information about the paragraph’s main topic. • The numbers (1, 2, 3) give specific details about the information. • You may have more than just an A and B main topic. Use as many letters as necessary to cover your information. Same rule goes for numbers. Use as many as you need.

  15. Outline • Remember: • Two-point rule: • If you have an A, you must have a B. • If you have a 1, you must have a 2. • Within the outline, you must capitalize the first letter of each line.

  16. Outline • Introduction • Information • Information • Main Topic #1 • Information • Details • Details • Information • Details • Details

  17. Introduction of myself with quotation that encompasses my passion for life. • Quotation: “Life is much too important to be taken seriously.” By Oscar Wilde • Tell the audience that I will talk about and explain the following: my family, my loves and my life, and my career. • My Family and love • Mom, Dad, and sister- Show pictures and explain their influences. • Mom- Caring, intelligence, and love of Duke Basketball • Dad- Duke Basketball, laidback attitude towards life • Sister- Laura, differences make you closer • Molly, my niece • My dog • Bailey • Friends • Friends- couldn’t live without them • Travelling • Coaching • Swimming • soccer • My Education • Virginia Tech and Radford University 2002-2006 • Swimming • NC State 2007-2011 • Graduate school: Rhetoric and Composition • Harnett Central High School 2006-2011 • Soccer coach • Swim coach • Freshman Academy

  18. MUG shots • Amelia Earhart grew up in Kansas and she was the first woman to fly solo across the atlantic and in the 1930s, she disappears while flying around the world. • Rules: Capitalization, verb (tense), rambling sentence

  19. Journal • If you could change anything about you in your life, what would it be? Why? • (at least 6 sentences)

  20. nouns • Nouns: person, place, thing

  21. nouns • Collective: groups of people, places, things • swarm • committee • crowd • group

  22. nouns • Compound: noun that is made up of more than one word • Hyphenated • daughter-in-law • hand-me-down • combined • shipwreck • handstand

  23. nouns • Proper: names of specific person, place, thing • Mark Twain • Free Masons • White House • Common: names any one class of people, places, things • writer • order • Building

  24. ReaderResponses • First paragraph is ALWAYS your opinion. Did you like the reading? Did you understand it? Did you like the character? Then, back it up! Why? Did a quote stick out? Did you love the setting? There is no wrong or right answer; this is simply your opinion! • Second paragraph is does this relate to you or to the real world? Are teenagers really like this? Do you think this is realistic? Back it up! Remember, this is your opinion. Who cares what your friend says, this is your paper and your opinion.

  25. First paragraph is ALWAYS your opinion. Did you like the reading? Did you understand it? Did you like the character? Then, back it up! Why? Did a quote stick out? Did you love the setting? There is no wrong or right answer; this is simply your opinion! • Second paragraph is does this relate to you or to the real world? Are teenagers really like this? Do you think this is realistic? Back it up! Remember, this is your opinion. Who cares what your friend says, this is your paper and your opinion. • Third paragraph is write down dreams and goals. Have any of them been accomplished? list. Have you ever quit something and why? Do you regret it now? List.

  26. MUG shots • It don’t seem possible that Beethoven could have wrote many of his most fine symphonies after going deaf. • Rules: S-V Agreement, Adjective, Verb (irregular)

  27. verbs • Verb • Action: tells what action someone or something is performing • The king rules • Famine struck the people

  28. verbs • Linking: a verb that connects a word at or near the beginning of a sentence with a word near or at the end. • the form “be” • The missile should be on the launch pad. • Here is your ticket. • Sara is an astronaut • He was glad.

  29. Other linking • verbs: • appear • become • feel • grow • look • seem • sound • smell • taste

  30. verbs • Helping: verbs that can be added to another verb to make a single verb phrase • helping verbs other than the form of “be” • verb phrases Example without: They sing in the morning. Example with: They will sing in the morning. They might sing in the morning.

  31. Helping Verbs

  32. Verbal phrases • Helping verbs simply change the meaning of the sentence. • Verb Phrases are created by the addition of helping verbs to other verbs. • Example: • Most of the planet’s galaxy has not been explored. • has been explored

  33. MUG shots • Mozart he begun writing symphonys when he was five years old. • Rules: Verb (irregular), double subject, plurals

  34. Journal • Free Write. (10 sentences)

  35. Identify the action verb in each sentence. Then, label each transitive or intransitive. • The Shang people began as a clan of villagers in central China. • Their rule occurred during two separate periods. • The first period came before the establishment of the capital city. • Archaeologists discovered most of the artifacts from the first period in graves. • The art of metal work advanced greatly during this period. • They carved the jade in the shape of birds and animals.

  36. “Hot Lava”

  37. First paragraph is ALWAYS your opinion. Did you like the reading? Did you understand it? Did you like the character? Then, back it up! Why? Did a quote stick out? Did you love the setting? There is no wrong or right answer; this is simply your opinion! Second paragraph is does this relate to you or to the real world? Are teenagers really like this? Do you think this is realistic? Back it up! Remember, this is your opinion. Who cares what your friend says, this is your paper and your opinion. The third paragraph is what message in the story is relevant to all people? Explain. opinions only. Words, ideas, lines, phrases spring up as you read this? A thought perhaps.

  38. MUG shots • According to legend king Arthur becomes king when he pulled the magic sword Excalibur from a stone. • Rules: Comma (appositives and to sep phrases and clauses), capitalization, verb (tense)

  39. Journal • Do you think TV, movies, music, video games, etc. have an effect on teenagers and their way of thinking today? People always tell you to “slow down and enjoy your youth” or “when I was your age…” (at least 7 sentences)

  40. Monster Walter Dean Meyers

  41. First paragraph is ALWAYS your opinion. Did you like the reading? Did you understand it? Did you like the character? Then, back it up! Why? Did a quote stick out? Did you love the setting? There is no wrong or right answer; this is simply your opinion! • Second paragraph is does this relate to you or to the real world? Are teenagers really like this? Do you think this is realistic? Back it up! Remember, this is your opinion. Who cares what your friend says, this is your paper and your opinion. • Third paragraph is he telling the truth? What has happened to you when you haven’t told the truth OR what happened when you told the truth and no one believed you? Did you find yourself in a lot of trouble? opinions only. Movies, shows come to mind? Any characters in head?

  42. pronouns • Noun: Example: • What is a pronoun? Example: • Pronoun: words that stand for nouns or for words that take the place of nouns Example: Liz handed her brother his jacket.

  43. pronouns Intensive: simply ends in –self or –selves adding emphasis Example: The Dean often does the photocopying herself so that the secretaries can do more important work. Example: After the party, I asked myself why I had faxed invitations to everyone in my office building.

  44. Personal Pronouns: The woman brought her brother a cup of soup. Robert sent his mother flowers on Mother’s Day. I will come tomorrow. Bob showed the budget to us. You should not forget to vote. Where is your coat? It arrived yesterday. How can you stand working with them?

  45. MUG shots • Is bill gates the most rich man in america • Rules: Adjective, capitalization, end punctuation

  46. Journal • If you could change any situation you found yourself in, what would it be? Was it wrong, uncomfortable, rewarding, etc? Why would you change the situation or even the event itself? (8 sentences)

  47. pronouns • Interrogative: used to ask questions The word in each of the following sentences is an interrogative pronoun: Which wants to see the dentist first? Who wrote the novel Rockbound? Whom do you think we should invite? To whom do you wish to speak? Who will meet the delegates at the train station? To whom did you give the paper? What did she say?

  48. pronouns Case: • When a pronoun modifies a noun, try it without the noun to determine its case. • (We/Us) pilots fly our own planes. • We fly our own planes. • You would not write, “Us fly our own planes.”

  49. pronouns • Subject Case • The man traveled to Newfoundland. • He traveled to Newfoundland. • Object Case • The taxi drove the man to the airport. • The taxi drove him to the airport. • Possessive Case • The baggage handlers lost the man's suitcase. • The baggage handlers lost his suitcase.