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Vocabulary Notes: We are going to learn some wordy words here – so Get Ready For IT!. Prep: Take out a sheet of paper! Write your MLA heading (top left) and title your notes: “ Vocab Notes 2” Draw a line down the center of your paper On the left, number your paper 1-20. Student Name

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vocabulary notes we are going to learn some wordy words here so get ready for it
Vocabulary Notes:We are going to learn some wordy words here – so Get Ready For IT!
  • Prep:
    • Take out a sheet of paper!
    • Write your MLA heading (top left) and title your notes: “Vocab Notes 2”
    • Draw a line down the center of your paper
    • On the left, number your paper 1-20

Student Name

Teacher Name

Eng II

January 4, 2011

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Vocab Notes 2

vocabulary notes
Vocabulary Notes
  • Note-taking:
    • You are about to see sentences and pictures of vocabulary words. As we look at each word, on the right side of your paper:
      • Write “Student:” and then what YOU think the word means.
      • You will look up dictionary definitions when done. For now, focus on guessing what the words mean based on the context clues in the sentences and pictures. There are no wrong answers for “Student Definitions” – it’s just to help you remember the definitions, making guesses with your own words.
  • Purpose:
    • You will use the definitions to later create a vocabulary game in groups. You will be tested on these words in three weeks, so be sure to take good notes! You’ll need them for your group, game, and study guide.
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Vocabulary Notes
  • End Result:
    • The end result should look like this:

Student Name

Teacher Name

Eng II

January 3, 2011

Vocab Notes 2

1. Adroit

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STUDENT DEFINITION:

Adroit: Good at

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  • Grading: Your notes are your exit ticket, so be sure to set them up correctly.
  • Any questions?
4 the colonel is belligerent in every sense of the word he even tries picking fights with cameramen
4. The colonel is belligerentin every sense of the word; he even tries picking fights with cameramen.

Wait! There’s another example…

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4. MalcomX believed in an aggressive and belligerent approach to gaining freedom for black Americans.
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6. The mayor gave a final cursory glance at the text of his speech before mounting the podium, but he should have taken a closer look.
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7. Ken Lay, former CEO of Enron, was tried and sentenced for his duplicity in business dealings, particularly accounting fraud.

Wait! There’s another example…

8 many inspiring stories and plays have been written that extol the heroic deeds of joan of arc
8. Many inspiring stories and plays have been written that extol the heroic deeds of Joan of Arc.
10 the pope grimaced at the mention of the misconduct that had occurred in the diocese
10. The pope grimaced at the mention of the misconduct that had occurred in the diocese.

Wait! There’s another example…

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13. Cold weather and hunger are the main impetuses for the homeless to seek shelter during the winter months.
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14. Experienced mountaineers know that a single mistake can put an entire expedition in serious jeopardy.
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15. Card stackers must be very meticulous people so that the whole stack does not come tumbling down before they finish.
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16. Looking at old scrapbooks often brings on a sense of nostalgia for days gone by and friends no longer close by.
20 the student had a tepid view of the class marked with a lack of interest
20. The student had a tepid view of the class, marked with a lack of interest.

Wait! There’s another example…

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20. The tepidcocoa not only disgusted him, but it also did little to warm him up on the chilly morning.
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Go to http://babcockenglish2.weebly.com/vocab.html and follow the instructions for the actual definitions  (TASK #2) and complete a vocab quiz (TASK #3)

  • Task #2 & #3 DUE TODAY 100 otp (or as hmwk, at beginning of next class)
  • Task #3: if do not complete in class, you will have to complete on your own time by next Wed.
  • Turn in student and dictionary definitions when the bell rings, on your way out!
  • Turn definitions in as you leave
  • You should have all 20 definitions to receive 100% -- if you don’t finish Tasks 1 & 2, they are homework. #3 due by Wednesday