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  1. Bell Ringer: Thursday, Oct 27 • YES, you need your book • Our vocab quiz is tomorrow… • Words/flashcards are up on quizlet (see my website) • We are going to review when the bell rings. Number your bell ringer 1-10 (one line for each). • STUDY right now and tonight! It is easy to do well. You can even practice at home. • If you didn’t take your quiz yesterday, you NEED to reschedule it with me today. See me after class.

  2. You can ascertain the correct answer to a math problem. • True or false?

  3. Fill in the blank: The Crucible is an allegory for…

  4. The words you are reading right now are unintelligible. • True or false?

  5. A charitable act is considered to be a corruption. • True or false?

  6. A typical student is usually indignant when he/she receives an A+ on a test. • True or false?

  7. In a work of literature, there is usually ONLY ONE theme. • True or false?

  8. In The Crucible, it was Mary Warren’s job to be subservient to the Proctors. • True or false?

  9. Short answer: Name a time when you were incredulous.

  10. Whether or not the sun will rise tomorrow is a contentious issue. • True or false?

  11. Partners • A star (something you like, something you think is good about their writing) • A wish (Something you wish they would have done – constructive criticism ) • A response (“I agree with…”, “I disagree with…”, “I would have never thought of this…”, “I think this is interesting because…”, “You have a good point because”, “Something else you could mention is…” • BE SPECIFIC. • 8 sentences total.

  12. Partners • Jacob and Robbie • Rachel and Tomas • Jon and Ben • Zach L. and Mason • Carolyn and Mike • Anne and Khaled • Clare and Frankie • Miguel and Jamie • Daniel and Siena

  13. Partners (continued) • Gretchen and Ms. Peck • Antonio and Nate • Kara and Zak M. • Nick and Chrissy • Eric and Shane • Donald and Elise

  14. Partners • Katherine G. and Jacob • Catherine O. and Cody • Ryan and Richard • Kenny and Marina • Christy and Will M. • Kennedy and Gloria • Chyanna and Devyn • Cameron and Ty • Will P and Joey

  15. Partners (Continued) • Jenny and Brian • Zack and Toni • Chris and Hannah • C.C. and Andrew • Garrett and Ansel

  16. Partners • Max and Curt • Lizzy and Angie • Robbie and Tevin • Christian and Dawan • Kaitlynn, Graham, and Alexa • Allison and J’Quez • Carly and Brendan • Mateo and Alex • Laura and O’Mani

  17. Partners (continued) • Jane and Henry • Price and James • Lilly and Stewart • Alec and Shanel

  18. Directions… • Order=f,g,d,e,b,c,a • DISCUSS the questions, in order, in your group • You DO NOT need to write anything down! • BUT…any group member MUST be able to answer. I will be calling on students randomly.

  19. Reading… • Open to page 236! • Questions… • Does John Proctor make the right decision? • Would you have done the same thing?