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Modern British Literature. Syllabus Review. Please return your signed syllabus by 1/17/14 - Friday. Check Your Grammar!. 3. Why Was it Wrong?.

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syllabus review
Syllabus Review
  • Please return your signed syllabus by 1/17/14 - Friday
why was it wrong
Why Was it Wrong?
  • Even if this was just a computer glyph error and the commas were actually apostrophes, it’s STILL wrong. “Type’s” and “tool’s” are not possessing anything--especially a “sharp end”!
vocabulary lesson 1
Vocabulary Lesson 1
  • 1. Vigilance (n) – alertness, unbreaking attention to duty
  • 2. Aberration (n) – a variation or change from what is normal or right.
  • 3. Tincture (n) – a typically alcoholic mixture containing a medicine or remedy
research paper1
Research Paper

Pick a topic …

Write a thesis….

Syllogism: A form of deductive reasoning consisting of a major premise (MP), a minor premise (mp), and a conclusion (C).

Enthymeme: An informally stated syllogism with an implied premise.

what s wrong
What’s Wrong?

So if no vehicle is“trespassing,” why do we need the sign?

But I thought this was the Guide Dog’s toilet.

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Provide an antonym for the word vigilance.

2. Provide a synonym for the word aberration.

3. Complete the analogy:

saline : salt :: _________ : medicine

lesson 1 vocabulary
Lesson 1 Vocabulary

4. Aghast (adj) – shocked; terrified or amazed

5. Spurious (adj) – not authentic; not bona fide

6. Appellation (n) a name or title; a word used to identify a person or thing

turnitin com
Turnitin.com

Class ID: 7471998

Password: MBL14

note cards
Note Cards
  • Used to find information
  • One side cites your source – other side is the paraphrased information, direct quote, or data
  • You need a evaluation note card for each source = 8
  • You need at least 15 note cards (NOT 15 SOURCES)
what s wrong1
What’s Wrong?
  • Yes, we all want you to carefully slip and fall down, rather than clumsily slip and fall down.
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4. Complete this analogy:

degree : BA :: __________ : Mr.

5. Use the word aghast in a sentence.

6. Use the word spurious in a sentence.

lesson 1 vocabulary1
Lesson 1 Vocabulary

7. Salient (adj) noticeable or important; standing out

8. Bewilder (v) to perplex or confuse; to disorder a person’s thinking

9. Rectitude (n) correctness or uprightness; unerring in following principles

note cards1
Note Cards
  • Used to find information
  • One side cites your source – other side is the paraphrased information, direct quote, or data
  • You need a evaluation note card for each source = 8
  • You need at least 15 note cards (NOT 15 SOURCES)
  • Due Monday – 75 points
note cards works cited
Note Cards = Works Cited
  • Note cards are due Monday
  • Works cited page is due Tuesday (Wednesday 6th period)
  • Microsoft word is your friend = formatting a works cited page