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  1. BellringersTangerine Week three

  2. Monday, Nov. 26 1. alcove (n)– a small space in a room, formed by one part of a wall being further back than the other parts. 2. contraption (n)– any device/machine that looks strange and that one doesn’t fully understand 3. corrugated (adj.)– something folded into ridges (like the inside of cardboard) 4. mesmerize (v)– to hypnotize, entrance; to fascinate 5. nullify (v) – to make of no value or consequence, cancel, wipe out

  3. Pre-AP Monday, Nov. 26 1. alcove (n)– a small space in a room, formed by one part of a wall being further back than the other parts. 2. contraption (n)– any device/machine that looks strange and that one doesn’t fully understand 3. corrugated (adj.)– something folded into ridges (like the inside of cardboard) 4. mesmerize (v)– to hypnotize, entrance; to fascinate 5. nullify (v) – to make of no value or consequence, cancel, wipe out • 6. exposition – the introduction of the plot, introducing the characters, setting, and conflict. • 7. rising action – the suspense building up to the climax • 8. climax – turning point in plot marking highest emotional intensity of the plot

  4. Tuesday, Nov. 27 6. perimeter (n)– the boundary line or the area immediately inside the boundary 7. restitution (n)– making up for loss or damage; repayment 8. spectacle (n)– a public display of something unusual 9. splendid (adj.)– bright, brilliant, magnificent 10. wail (v)– a cry of sorrow or grief

  5. Pre-AP Tuesday, Nov. 27 8. perimeter (n)– the boundary line or the area immediately inside the boundary 10. restitution (n)– making up for loss or damage; repayment 11. spectacle (n)– a public display of something unusual 12. splendid (adj.)– bright, brilliant, magnificent 13. wail (v)– a cry of sorrow or grief • 14. falling action – events following the climax in a narrative • 15. resolution – the final outcome in the plot of a story

  6. Wednesday, Nov. 28 Match the synonyms (words that mean the same thing) to the vocabulary words. • spellbind, charm, entrance ______ • abolish, cancel out, eliminate _______ • boundary, outer limits, border _______

  7. Wednesday, Nov. 28 Pre-aP • Match the synonyms (words that mean the same thing) to the vocabulary words. • spellbind, charm, entrance ______ • abolish, cancel out, eliminate _______ • boundary, outer limits, border _______ • 4. Tangerine’s prologue is part of the plot’s ___________________.

  8. Thursday, Nov. 29 Draw pictures to show what the following words mean. • Alcove • Corrugated

  9. Alcove

  10. Corrugated

  11. Thursday, Nov. 29 Pre-ap • Draw a plot diagram and label it.

  12. Thursday, Nov. 29 Pre-ap

  13. Friday, Nov. 30 Write out the entire sentence with the correct vocabulary word. 1. We could hear the loud _________ Lucy let out after stubbing her toe in the other room. 2. I demanded _________ from the driver who crashed into my car and left a huge dent. 3. At the circus, the most entertaining _________ was the man who juggled flaming batons. 4. Although I didn’t understand how the ________ worked, the instructions helped me.