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Good Morning! • Hello my friends! Please • Grab a grammar book • Turn to page 318 • Take out your notes • Be ready to follow along when the music ends
Lesson 40 - Abbreviations • 40a) Use standard abbreviates for titles before and after proper names • 40b) Use abbreviations only when you are sure your readers will understand them • 40c) Use BD, AD, a.m., p.m., No. and $ only with specific dates, times, numbers and months • 40d) Be sparing in use of Latin abbreviations • 40e) Avoid innappropriate uses
Lesson 41 - Numbers • 41a) Spell out numbers of one or two words or those that begin in a sentence. Use figures for numbers that require three or more words. • 42b) Generally, figures are acceptable for dates, addresses, percentages, fractions, decimals, scores, statistics, and other numerical results, amounts of money, divisions of books and plays, pages, identification numbers and time.
For today: • Grammar • Collect Odyssey Letters • QuickWrite • Circe Poem • Reading Book 11
But first… Book 10 Pop Quiz • What does Aiolos give O that almost gets them home? • Circe turns O’s men into what? • Who gives O the antidote to Circe’s magics? • How long are they on Circe’s island? • Where is the gang headed next?
Recapping Book 10 • Aiolos • The bag • almost home • the return • The Laistrygonians • Giants • Cannibals • 11 ships down • Circe’s Island, Aiaia • The search party • Hermes’ antidote • The year with Circe • Directions to the underworld
QuickWrite 2.0 • Is Odysseus an “honorable hero”? To what extent? Give evidence from what we’ve read so far to support your answer. What instances prove this one way or the other? • Mini analysis: • Take a position • 2 paragraphs for 2 pieces of evidence • Choose evidence of him being honorable/dishonorable • 20-25 minutes to write • 5-10 minutes to share
What About Circe? • Louise Gluck’s “Circe’s Power”
Reading Book 11 • For next time: • Finish reading Book 11 and read Book 12 • You’ve got a long weekend so space it out!!