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  1. January 30, 2014 • Take the worksheets from the back counter. • Write in your agenda if you haven’t already. • …identify within context a variety of appropriate sentence combining techniques. • …analyze the effects of sound devices and figurative language in context. • …identify symbolism within context. • Turn in the BIOPOEM and BASEBALL Combining Sentences page if you haven’t already! • Begin the Caught’ya Day 24

  2. Day 24 danny on the other hand threatened and coerced me into doing his homework so that he could go to partys. Know adult ever caught on to his shenanigans either.

  3. Vocabulary coerced– (verb) Persuade (an unwilling person) to do something by using force or threats. shenanigans– (noun) Secret or dishonest activity or maneuvering.

  4. How do the seasons affect you? • At your table, ask your group members for words or phrases he/she associates with each of the four seasons. Arrange your data on a chart like the one below. • Do you see any patterns in this data?

  5. What is a haiku? A form of poetry that originated hundreds of years ago in Japan. In a haiku, poets try to paint a clear picture with very few words. Traditional haikus have three lines. The first and third lines contain 5 syllables, and the second line contains 7 syllables. They typically center on a symbol that reminds the reader of something in nature. For example: Warm, gentle breeze brings The fragrance of new flowers— Spring blows softly in.

  6. Symbolism Symbolism is a person, place, object, or activity that stands for something beyond itself– a concrete noun represents an abstract thought. For example: With dread, she watched the geese form their perfect V to fly south. Already, the wind seemed colder and the fields more barren. • What does the southern migration of the geese symbolize?

  7. In class today… We are going to read several poems and look for sensory details from each. Be ready to cite your details on your chart.

  8. Compare/ Contrast Which author do you think most effectively uses symbolism? Explain your answer.

  9. Exit Ticket • Based on what you know about haikus, create an original haiku about your favorite season. Include symbolism in your haiku.

  10. Sentence Combining Gallery Walk Take out a clean piece of notebook paper and your sentence combining notes. Clear your desks of everything else. You will be rotating around the room combining the sentences at each station. There may be no more than three people at a station at a time. It is your responsibility to combine all sentences– there are fourteen total!

  11. EXIT TICKET: What is the best way to combine the following sentences? 1. Tendonitis is one of the most common causes of acute pain in rock climbers. Tendonitis affects the shoulders, elbows, forearms, and fingers.  Affecting the shoulders, elbows, forearms, and fingers, tendonitis is one of the most common causes of acute pain in rock climbers.  Tendonitis affects the shoulders, elbows, forearms, and fingers, and is one of the most common causes of acute pain in rock climbers.  Rock climbers commonly have acute pain in their shoulders, elbows, forearms, and fingers.  One of the most common causes of acute pain in rock climbers, tendonitis affects the shoulders, elbows, forearms, and fingers.

  12. What is the best way to combine the following sentences? 2. Tendonitis has a few common causes. One of the common causes of tendonitis is to repeat an intense, awkward movement over and over.  Tendonitis has a few common causes, and one of these causes is to repeat an intense, awkward movement over and over.  You can get tendonitis when you repeat an intense, awkward movement over and over.  To repeat a movement over and over is to risk getting tendonitis.  Repeating an intense, awkward movement over and over is one of the few common causes of tendonitis.