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“It’s a Make it Up Monday!” . English III February 3, 2014 Mr. Houghteling. AGENDA. Sub work checklist. Irregular Verb II. “A Duty to Heal” review. . “A Duty to Heal” . Define “empathy.” Re-read the text. Review the multiple choice questions. Patterns of development. .

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    1. “It’s a Make it Up Monday!” English III February 3, 2014 Mr. Houghteling

    2. AGENDA • Sub work checklist. • Irregular Verb II. • “A Duty to Heal” review.

    3. “A Duty to Heal” • Define “empathy.” • Re-read the text. • Review the multiple choice questions. • Patterns of development.

    4. Multiple Choice Questions Find and prove your answers with line/paragraph references. 1. 2. 3. 4.

    5. Multiple Choice Questions Find and prove your answers with line/paragraph references. 1. b. 2. c. 3. a. 4. d.

    6. Patterns of Development • Narration: the telling of a story in order to develop the argument. • Exemplification: use of examples to develop the argument. • Definition: use by the author to define what readers need to know in terms of his/her argument.

    7. Homework • Complete any elements from the sub work that you have not completed already. • Work on your irregular verb handout.