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Wedn esday , Feb. 26, 2014. In My Homework, please write: Spelling Quiz Unit 10 Friday Ex. 33, p. 418. Daily Language Practice. 1 . Throughout “Paul Revere’s ride,” Longfellow keeps up a pounding beat with four stressed syllables in each line. Echoing the sound of hoofbeats . (2)

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wedn esday feb 26 2014
Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014
  • In My Homework, please write:
  • Spelling Quiz Unit 10 Friday
  • Ex. 33, p. 418
daily language practice
Daily Language Practice
  • 1. Throughout “Paul Revere’s ride,” Longfellow keeps up a pounding beat with four stressed syllables in each line. Echoing the sound of hoofbeats. (2)
  • 2. Longfellows galloping rhythm helps give the poem excitement and power. (1)
vocabulary unit ten
Vocabulary Unit Ten
  • Practice spelling
please do now
Please do now…

Describe your dream bedroom. What would be in it? How could you use the items?

ex 32 p 417
Ex. 32, p. 417
  • 1. In the fourteenth century, Martini, an Italian painter, designed a human-propelled carriage on four wheels.
  • 2. However, the Greeks used wheels and carts as far back as the eighth century B.C.
  • 3. Henry Ford introduced his first automobile as the “Quadricycle.”
  • 4. The name automobile gained acceptance in 1897.
  • 5. Some of the first powered cars employed windmills and clockwork motors.
read p 418
Read p. 418
  • For ex. 33
  • Write the sentences
  • Underline the direct object(s)
  • Circle the adverbs and prepositional phrases.
tas questions
TAS Questions
  • What can you tell me about Valley Forge?
  • How can you construct meaning from informational texts?
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Sentences.

  • How can I effectively use them?