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  1. EXAM REVIEW Bellringers

  2. Monday, December 5

  3. a. noun b. verb c. adjective d. pronoun e. adverb f. preposition g. conjunction • The child longs for a pretty doll from Santa Claus. • I wonder if he will bring me a new watch. • I am counting the days until Christmas. • I will happily attend the Christmas Eve service at my church. • Singing Christmas carols makes me happy. • I love the wonder of the holiday season. • The lights and decorations at the Galleria are beautiful at night. Tuesday, December 6Parts of Speech

  4. 1) Write the 19 Linking Verbs. 2) Write A if the underlined verb is an action verb and L if the underlined verb is a linking verb. a. The Explore test is in October. b. The test seems easy according to the study guides. c. Will you take the test on Monday? d. I did look at the dates for each section. e. My friend says it looks hard to her. f. I hope that I do well on the math section. 3) Decide whether each verb is action or linking. g. The boy jumped over the fence. h. I was interested in the extra credit project. i. The sun appeared in the sky. j. The sun appears orange. Wednesday, December 7Verbs

  5. a. S V d. S LV PA b. S AV DO e. S LV PN c. S AV IO DO 1) The Christmas tree lights up the room. 2) I love the song “Silent Night”. 3) Christmas is my favorite holiday. 4) I gave my brother a new toy for Christmas. 5) My apartment looks beautiful with the lights around the building. 6) I need to study for exams. 7) Please share your notes with me in the library. 8) I am a Christmas shopping fanatic! Thursday, December 8Sentence Patterns

  6. a. S V d. S LV PA b. S AV DO e. S LV PN c. S AV IO DO 1) Simmons Middle School is the best school in Hoover. 2) Team 8-2 is a fabulous group of students. 3) Please give your teachers homework on time. 4) We are respectful to one another. 5) Please enjoy the holidays. 6) We are one big happy family on this team. 7) Please walk down the hall in a civilized manner. 8) We will miss you after you go to the high school. Friday, December 9Sentence Patterns

  7. 1. He drew a picture of Ponyboy getting his air cut. 2. The present was opened by the toddler. 3. He screamed when they jumped out of the closet. 4. I heard the scream from down the street. 5. The player was tackled by the cornerback. 6. The picture was taken by Ms. Morris. 7. I shot the video of the balllet recital. 8. The money was taken by the SAC members. 9. The winning team received ice cream. 10. I brought five dollars for the special cause. Monday, December 12 Active/Passive Voice

  8. A- SIMPLEB- COMPOUND C- COMPLEX D- COMPOUND-COMPLEX • The exam is right before Christmas break, so many students are very excited. • Since the exam is over a lot of content, it is important to study. • You should do your very best; don’t get too stressed out preparing. • If you study each night, you should do well. • Remember to eat breakfast before each exam. • Your teachers want you to perform well! • The holidays will be over before you know it, and we will be back at Simmons Middle School. • You should read a good book, and then get some rest, since you won’t be waking up early. • Enjoy your time with family and friends. • Even though it is winter, spring exams come next, and you are off to the high school. Monday, December 12Kinds of Sentences

  9. “According to the FDA and others, the research data does not show that mobile phone radio frequency emissions have adverse health effects, but there is not enough information at this point to conclude that these products are not without risk. While most epidemiological and laboratory studies related to the radio frequency emissions of mobile phones have found no adverse health effects, the results of some studies have raised questions that require further research.” -U.S General Accounting Office Report on Mobile Phone Health Issues • According to the passage from the AOW above, what can you infer that emissions would probably mean? • to take something in b. to let something out • to sketch something d. to walk around something Tuesday, December 13“Article of the Week” Analysis

  10. Match the character with the correct description. 1.Darry a. Drove a tuff stingray and acted as a spy for the Greasers 2.Sodapop b. Liked to fight due to his anger/hatred; Soda’s best friend 3. Ponyboy c. Worked hard to keep his family together; played football in school 4. Randy d. Knew he didn’t really want to be a hood; watched sunsets 5. Cherry e. Fun-loving guy who had his heart broken by a girl in the story 6. Steve f. Did not fight in the rumble, knew it was a waste of time 7. Dallas g. Was a tough, rough, bad mouthed Greaser from New York 8. Two-Bit h. Wisecracker of the gang; has a prized switchblade Tuesday, December 13The Outsiders

  11. 1. “I don’t care about Darry. But I was still lying and I knew it. I lie to myself all the time. But I never believe me.” 2. “You can’t win, even if you whip us…Greasers will still be greasers and Socs will still be Socs. Sometimes I think it’s the ones in the middle that are really the lucky stiffs.” 3. “It’s okay,” I said… We aren’t in the same class. Just don’t forget that some of us watch the sunset too.” 4. “Oh, blast it, Johnny...you get hardened in jail. I don’t want that to happen to you. Like it happened to me...” 5. And don’t be so bugged over being a greaser. You still have a lot of time to make yourself what you want. There’s still lots of good in the world. Tell Dally. I don’t think he knows. 6. “Stay gold, Ponyboy. Stay gold.” 7. “We have troubles you’ve never heard of. You want to know something? Things are rough all over.” a. Ponyboy b. Johnny c. Two Bit d. Dallas e. Cherry f. Randy g. Soda Pop e. Steve Thursday, December 15The Outsiders (continued)

  12. 1. 2. In the end, Although, Finally, As a result… words that allow the reader to flow from one idea to the next. 3. 4. Last name, First name. Title of Book. Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Medium of Publication. 5. It shows your reader the direction that you are going in your paper. It introduces your point, and gives purpose and direction to your essay. Friday, December 16Expository Writing Structure