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Good morning Pre-AP!. Remember that your first word power test is tomorrow over sessions 1-3. Today’s voice lesson deals with syntax. First, please read the definition of syntax on page xiii. Then, complete the voice lesson on page 74. . Good morning English II!.

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good morning pre ap
Good morning Pre-AP!
  • Remember that your first word power test is tomorrow over sessions 1-3.
  • Today’s voice lesson deals with syntax.
  • First, please read the definition of syntax on page xiii.
  • Then, complete the voice lesson on page 74.
good morning english ii
Good morning English II!
  • Please choose the correct verb for the following sentences.
  • All of the vegetables (has, have) been planted.
  • Everyone in the Pep Club (is, are) wearing the school colors.
  • One of the most beautiful places in North Carolina (is, are) the Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest.
another practice
Another practice
  • Write a thesis statement for the following:
    • List painful or pleasant experiences in your family’s life, and select a topic that you can clarify by classifying. Write an essay using classification strategies that explain the topic.
and another practice
And another practice…
  • Write a thesis statement for the following:
    • Discuss the different components necessary to be successful at something.
classification structure
Classification Structure
  • I. Introduction
  • · States thesis
  • II. Body
  • · Identifies, in separate paragraphs, the various categories, with examples
  • III. Conclusion
  • · Restates the categories of the thesis and, as a significance—or answer to
  • the question “so what?” implied in any composition, stresses the value of
  • this classification system
division structure
Division Structure
  • I. Introduction
  • · States thesis (idea or object to be analyzed, and to what end)
  • II. Body
  • · Renders the parts, in separate paragraphs, with examples and with
  • transitional materials to provide a sense of their inter-relatedness
  • III. Conclusion
  • · Restates the parts of the thesis and (the significance—see Classification
  • outline, part III) attempts a synthesis or new understanding of the
  • constituent parts
crucible act i questions
Crucible Act I Questions
  • Describe the Puritan’s way of life/lifestyle.  Use a quote from Act 1 to support your response.
  • What are Putnam & Abigail saying is wrong with Betty?  What does Parris think of this?
  • What/why is Putnam concerned with the witchcraft accusations?
  • Are the girls telling the truth about witchcraft?  How do you now?