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Warm-UP. Take out HW (Handout and Flashcards) Define and give an example of the following: ----------- . Pronoun Adjective Antecedent Idiom Complex Sentence Semicolon Hyphen Independent Clause Active Voice. Welcome. to. Jeopardy!.

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    1. Warm-UP • Take out HW (Handout and Flashcards) • Define and give an example of the following: ----------- • Pronoun • Adjective • Antecedent • Idiom • Complex Sentence • Semicolon • Hyphen • Independent Clause • Active Voice

    2. Welcome to Jeopardy!

    3. Do Now: Take out your review sheets; study independently for 5 minutes. Then we will move on to Jeopardy The rules… You will assign one score keeper, he/she must write the question type and value of each question you get correct. The other members of your team will rotate writing. I am not interested in hearing arguments of this point. If I hear an argument, your team will seat out that round. When you are discussing a questions, you will speak in a whisper. Any group that violates this will sit out 1-3 rounds depending on the volume of your voice. Scores

    4. FinalJeopardy Round 1 Round 2

    5. Mixed Review Grabbag Vocab I Vocab II Grammar I Grammar II Round 2 Final Jeopardy $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 Scores $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

    6. $100 What is a novella? Name one.

    7. $100 A short novel House on Mango Street Scores

    8. $200 List and define 3 elements of Figurative writing

    9. $200 Some answers: Simile, metaphor, hyperbole Scores

    10. $300 List the prefixes for: -Between -Against -After

    11. $300 Inter, Anti, post Scores

    12. $400 The word prescribe most like means _____________ because the prefix pre means ________ and the root scribe means ____

    13. $400 Written before, pre = before, scribe = to write Scores

    14. $500 Write two contradictory statements

    15. $500 Answers may vary Scores

    16. $100 Define modify and give a synonym. Write a modifying statement.

    17. $100 To change or describe. Syn: Change, edit… Wearing a black sweater, Ms. Roth… Scores

    18. $200 Define antagonist. Write its antonym

    19. $200 The second person involved in the conflict Ant: protagonist Scores

    20. $300 Define stereotype and bias.

    21. $300 Generalization, favor towards or against something Scores

    22. Daily Double

    23. $400 Define foreshadow, list two examples of foreshadowing in “Julius Caesar”

    24. $400 Symbolize what comes next: Soothsayer, storm, Calphurnia’s dream, Antony’s dream, etc Scores

    25. $500 Complete the following: _________: Scalding :: cold:_________

    26. $500 ______hot___: Scalding :: cold:____freezing_____ Scores

    27. $100 3 errors: Their sitting in the park so they can watch the sunset after they eat dinner.

    28. $100 They’re sitting in the park, so they can watch the sunset, after they eat dinner. Scores

    29. $200 2 errors: He triped on his shoelaces running to catch the bus.

    30. $200 Running to catch the bus, he tripped on his shoelaces Scores

    31. $300 I will explain their jeopardy! rules one more time once time is up you cannot raise youre boards. (5)

    32. $300 I will explain my Jeopardy! rules one more time : once time is up, you cannot raise your boards. (5) Scores

    33. $400 If you want my attention raise their hands Ms. Roth admonished Deonta and Jordan rolled his eyes responding to this common phrase.

    34. $400 If you want my attention raise their hands Ms. Roth admonished Deonta and Jordan rolled his eyes responding to this common phrase. Scores

    35. $500 I love all subjects in school English, math, history science and PE however when I have them all in one day I am to tired to stay focused.

    36. $500 I love all subjects in school English, math, history science and PE however when I have them all in one day I am to tired to stay focused. . Scores

    37. $100 What is an independent clause. Write one.

    38. $100 Independent clause: A complete thought that can stand on its own. I ran to school. Scores

    39. $200 What is in a complex sentence. Author one.

    40. $200 DC, IC As I ran to school, I found a lucky penny. Scores

    41. $300 What is a misplaced modifier? Write a sentence that has one.

    42. Running to school, the cat tripped Ms. Roth. $300 Scores

    43. $400 What are 4 times you use a colon. Write a sentence using two.

    44. $400 -A list, an explanation, a business letter, headings, analogies, bibliographies Scores

    45. $500 What is a bibliography? Write one for Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry By: Mildred Taylor Year: 1976 Location: New York, NY Publisher: Penguin

    46. $500 • To cite books: • Last Name, First Name. Book Title. Place printed: Publisher, year. Scores

    47. $100 What is a pronoun? List 6.

    48. $100 Answers may vary Scores

    49. $200 Define fiction. Write its antonym.

    50. $200 Scores