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Tangerine Bellringers. Week Four . Monday, December 3. 1. capsize-verb- to overturn an object, most of the time on water 2. rogue-noun- an unscrupulous or dishonest person, especially somebody who is also likable 3. archenemy-noun- somebody's main or worst enemy

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monday december 3
Monday, December 3

1. capsize-verb- to overturn an object, most of the time on water

2. rogue-noun- an unscrupulous or dishonest person, especially somebody who is also likable

3. archenemy-noun- somebody's main or worst enemy

4. catapulted-verb- to throw something with great force

5. unflinching-adj.- strong and unhesitating; unmoved

monday dec 3 pre ap
Monday, Dec. 3 Pre-AP

1. capsize-v- to overturn an object, most of the time on water

2. rogue-n- an unscrupulous or dishonest person, especially somebody who is also likable

3. archenemy- n- somebody's main or worst enemy

4. catapulted-v- to throw something with great force

5. unflinching-adj- strong and unhesitating; unmoved

6. 1st person point of view (POV)– told from the perspective of a character in story using pronouns (I or me). Audience is limited to the viewpoint of that character.

7. 3rd person omniscient POV– told from the perspective of an “all knowing” narrator who is not a character.

8. 3rd person limited POV– told from the perspective of a narrator revealing the thoughts and knowledge of some but not all characters.

tuesday december 4
Tuesday, December 4

6. retaliate-v- to deliberately harm somebody in response or revenge for a harm he or she has done

7.withering-adj.- expressing scorn or contempt with the intention of causing somebody to feel embarrassed or foolish

8. vehemently-adv.- expressed with or showing conviction or intense feeling

9. agonizing-adj.- causing much difficulty or unpleasantness

10. despised-v- to dislike somebody or something intensely and with contempt

tuesday dec 4 pre ap
Tuesday, Dec. 4 Pre-AP

9. retaliate- v-to deliberately harm somebody in response or revenge for a harm he or she has done

10.withering- adj.-expressing scorn or contempt with the intention of causing somebody to feel embarrassed or foolish

11. vehemently- adv.-expressed with or showing conviction or intense feeling

12. agonizing-adj.- causing much difficulty or unpleasantness

13. despised- v- to dislike somebody or something intensely and with contempt

14. protagonist- The main character in a literary work.

15. pun- A play on words that are identical or similar in sound but have different meanings. Puns can have serious as well as humorous uses.

wednesday december 5
Wednesday, December 5
  • Write a sentence with the correct vocabulary word using the image as context.
wednesday dec 5 pre ap
Wednesday, Dec. 5 Pre-AP

Write a sentence with the correct vocabulary word using the image as context.

thursday dec ember 6
Thursday, December 6

Complete the synonyms with the vocabulary word that fits.

1. scoundrel, rascal, rebel, __________________

2. scornful, disdainful, sneering, ______________

3. painful, worrying, excruciating, _____________

4. unwavering, constant, steadfastly, ____________

thursday december 6 pre a p
Thursday, December 6 Pre-AP

Complete the synonyms with the vocabulary word that fits.

1. scoundrel, rascal, rebel, __________________

2. scornful, disdainful, sneering, ______________

3. painful, worrying, excruciating, _____________

4.hero, main character, leading role, ____________

friday dec ember 7
Friday, December 7

Complete the synonyms with the vocabulary word that fits.

1. opponent, rival, nemesis, ____________

2. react, revenge, respond, ____________

3. unloved, detested, reviled, ____________

4. strongly, powerfully, passionately, ____________