It’s unit review day! (Assessment is tomorrow). Today’s plan: A short video-- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOd2NuHgwew Review study guides in groups of 1 to 4 people. (Off-task groups may be changed)
A short video--http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOd2NuHgwew
Review study guides in groups of 1 to 4 people. (Off-task groups may be changed)
Mr. Thompson will be available for “mini-lessons” at the white board on anything you are having trouble with.
Think in terms of an SWBS…
Then write it in sentence form…
Look at the story’s WANTED…
Now think about what the WANT is dealing with…
Therefore, some of the themes that “The Cask of Amontillado” is dealing with are:
“Three grey geese in a green field grazing”
“Alliteration” sounds like it has the word “litter” in it. Think of a sentence as having been “littered” with the same beginning sound.
If you look up the word “mason” in a dictionary, you’ll get more than one result:
1. a person whose trade is building with units of various natural or artificial mineral products, as stones, bricks, cinder blocks, or tiles, usually with the use of mortar or cement as a bonding agent.
2. a person who dresses stones or bricks.
3. a member of the secret society of the Freemasons.
Don’t just write the first one! Read each one to see which one fits the story.
I think it means cheap or
it says the other princes
laughed at it and their
gifts were expensive.
it says she was interested in it because all she had seen before was precious stones and priceless metals, so it couldn’t have been expensive.
…and how do you think you’ll do on the test?