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Fix the following sentences so they have parallel structure : For weeks, she fretted, worried, and was feeling anxiety. I need a car that gets good gas mileage, has a full warranty, and one that I can depend on. Happy Monday… please complete on your BW Paper. Parallel structure:

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    1. Fix the following sentences so they have parallel structure: For weeks, she fretted, worried, and was feeling anxiety. I need a car that gets good gas mileage, has a full warranty, and one that I can depend on. Happy Monday…please complete on your BW Paper Parallel structure: For weeks, she fretted, worried, and felt anxious.(All three verbs are in the past tense.) I need a car that gets good gas mileage, has a full warranty, and is dependable.(All three characteristics now have the same structure—verb + descriptive word or phrase.)

    2. Meaning: 30-15-10 List Examples: mistake misunderstand Prefix: Mis Class Examples: Visual/Memory Clue

    3. Meaning: Meaning: Examples: nonsense nonissue Examples: Monotone Monopoly Prefix: Mono Prefix: Non Class Examples: Class Examples: Visual/Memory Clue Visual/Memory Clue

    4. Meaning: Meaning: Examples: Omnipresent Omniscient Examples: Obvious Obtrude Prefix: Ob Prefix: Omni Class Examples: Class Examples: Visual/Memory Clue Visual/Memory Clue

    5. Church Hair The Outsiders (Chapter 5)SYMBOLS • What does each symbol represent for Ponyboy? • 2. Find three sentences from the novel that proves your answer to #1.

    6. The Outsiders (chapter 5) “Nothing Gold Can Stay” Nature’s first green is gold Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf’s a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay. • What prompted Ponyboy to remember this poem? • What conversation do Pony & Johnny have after Pony recites this poem? • What deeper meaning do you get out of this poem than the first time you read it during the Stations activity?

    7. Exit • Predict what will happen next for each of the following characters AND tell why you say that: • Ponyboy • Johnny • Dally • Cherry

    8. Write down the following definitions & Examples: Independent Clause Def: expresses a complete thought; it can stand on its own as a sentence. EX: He forgot his keys. Dependent Clause Def: cannot stand alone because it expresses an incomplete idea. When a dependent clause stands alone, the result is a sentence fragment. EX: Because he forgot his keys. Tuesday…please complete on your BW Paper

    9. On the front of your index card: * List major plot points from chapters 1-5 * List at least one plot point per chapter The Outsiders Chapter 6 packet: * Annotate (mark –up) for Motifs * Annotate for Character CHANGES & Traits * Answer the prompt in a complete paragraph (TS, Support, Con.) If you were at the church, would you have done what Pony, Johnny and Dally did? Why or why not?

    10. Jim studied in the hallway for his chemistry quiz. • When Jim studied in the hallway for his chemistry quiz. • Because it is very interesting. • I like this class because it is very interesting. • I forgot the exam was today. • Since I forgot the exam was today. Independent Clause Def: expresses a complete thought; it can stand on its own as a sentence. Dependent Clause Def: cannot stand alone because it expresses an incomplete idea. . Wednesday’s Bell Work:Determine whether each is an INDEPENDENT or DEPENDENT Clause

    11. Jim studied in the hallway for his chemistry quiz. • When Jim studied in the hallway for his chemistry quiz. • Because it is very interesting. • I like this class because it is very interesting. • I forgot the exam was today. • Since I forgot the exam was today. Happy Thursday:Determine whether each is an INDEPENDENT or DEPENDENT Clause

    12. Jim studied in the hallway for his chemistry quiz. (Independent) • When Jim studied in the hallway for his chemistry quiz. (Dependent) • Because it is very interesting. (Dependent) • I like this class because it is very interesting. (Independent) • I forgot the exam was today. (Independent) • Since I forgot the exam was today. (Dependent) Happy Thursday:Determine whether each is an INDEPENDENT or DEPENDENT Clause

    13. Quick Quiz! Any notes, assignments, prior tests, etc. are fair game… Concrete Poem Winners! 1st = Clara Alderman-Wuchte 2nd = Jacob Kasik 3rd = Brittany Goodwin

    14. Fold your paper into 4 squares. Label each square with the 4 character’s names. Fill out the information for each character in each square. Ponyboy Curtis Johnny Cade • Major events: • Physical change: • Emotional/psychological change: • Change in perspective/view of world: • Symbols or Motifs associated with: • Major events: • Physical change: • Emotional/psychological change: • Change in perspective/view of world: • Symbols or Motifs associated with: Dallas Winston Darry Curtis • Major events: • Physical change: • Emotional/psychological change: • Change in perspective/view of world: • Symbols or Motifs associated with: • Major events: • Physical change: • Emotional/psychological change: • Change in perspective/view of world: • Symbols or Motifs associated with:

    15. Example: • Ponyboy Curtis • Was jumped by the Socs • Thinks his bro hates him • Runs away • Almost drowned; Soc killed • Saves kids • Bleaches & cuts hair • Lost weight • Feeling sick • Begins to like self/identity • Knows Darry loves him • Socs not so different • Hair/Church/Eyes/Sunset/Sunrise Major Events Physical Changes Emo/Psych Changes Perspective Changes Symbols & Motifs

    16. Example: Darry Curtis Major Events Physical Changes Emo/Psych Changes Perspective Changes Symbols & Motifs

    17. Example: Dallas Winston Major Events Physical Changes Emo/Psych Changes Perspective Changes Symbols & Motifs

    18. Example: Johnny Cade Major Events Physical Changes Emo/Psych Changes Perspective Changes Symbols & Motifs

    19. The Outsiders Chapter 7 On the back of the 4 square paper, create the following chart & fill it out as you read chapter seven on your own: Important ideas, quotes or passages from chapter 7: 1. 100-103 2. 104-107 3. 108 - 111 4. 111 - 114 114 -118 Why I chose this passage, quote or idea: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

    20. Kaycee Kayla Jazz Cassidy Katelyn Mya E’Shunia Melissa Emily E Lena Alma Brad Mark Clara Anthony 2 2 1 1 Matt Brandon Sean Tyler Brittany Brian Rachel Jon Mykael Owen Niles Tommy 3 Kyle Chanda Kristen Charles 4 3 4

    21. Raquel Ajaya Nina Edward Amanda Bailey Relashen Stephen Savannah Kailynn Emily F. Cydnie Wes Demetri Jared Jacob 2 1 2 1 Matt T Coltin Alex S. Matt P. Alanna Madison Katerina Nyssa Brent Alix L Jeremiah Dylan Hannah Jessica Paige 3 4 4 3

    22. Nick Livi Megan Tytianna Kyleigh Jeff Caleb Jimmy Jacob Dan Maurice Sabriena Catiebree Todd 1 2 2 1 Rachel Kayla Brittany Jaiden Greg Emily Jax 3 4 Angel Desiray Dominique Victoria Sam Shaylynn Dakota Carrie 3 4

    23. Have out this paper from yesterday!  Ponyboy Curtis Johnny Cade • Major events: • Physical change: • Emotional/psychological change: • Change in perspective/view of world: • Symbols or Motifs associated with: • Major events: • Physical change: • Emotional/psychological change: • Change in perspective/view of world: • Symbols or Motifs associated with: Dallas Winston Darry Curtis • Major events: • Physical change: • Emotional/psychological change: • Change in perspective/view of world: • Symbols or Motifs associated with: • Major events: • Physical change: • Emotional/psychological change: • Change in perspective/view of world: • Symbols or Motifs associated with:

    24. Inference & Vocab. Main Idea & Detail • What is “suggested” • Author’s intentions • What is implied • Vocab = in context = Clues • Central idea of the passage • Central idea of the paragraph • “Theme” • Details = SUPPORT Main Idea(s) Ice Berg & Pool Table OPTICS O = overview P = parts T = title & text I = innards/insides C = conclusion S = so why does it matter? • Metaphor = direct comparison • Dynamic Character = changes • Plot = chain of events

    25. Stations! Station 1: The Iceberg & Pool Table Station 2: Informational Text: Main Idea & Details Station 3: Informational Text: Inference & Vocabulary Station 4: Visuals & OPTICS

    26. Station 1: The Iceberg

    27. Visible Characteristics What the outside world knows, sees or assumes about the character The Iceberg: Ponyboy The character’s true feelings, beliefs, values…what the outside world does NOT see or know about the character Characteristics below the surface

    28. Ponyboy

    29. Visible Characteristics What the outside world knows, sees or assumes about the character The Iceberg: Johnny The character’s true feelings, beliefs, values…what the outside world does NOT see or know about the character Characteristics below the surface

    30. Johnny

    31. The Pool Table: Chain of Events Explanation: For a pool ball to drop into a side pocket, a chain reaction must occur. A player must strike a cue ball. The cue ball must travel and hit a target ball. The target ball is struck and then propelled toward the pocket. Sometimes when the cue ball is not struck properly, balls ricochet off one another or off bumpers, causing unexpected turn of events…. • Pool Talk • Cue Ball • 8 ball • Cue stick • Bumpers • Rack • Pockets • Chalk

    32. The Pool Table: Chain of Events To do: Using the action from chapters 1 -6 of The Outsiders(ending with Johnny landing in the hospital), identify the following & explain : * Which character(s) represent the POOL CUE (stick)? * Which character(s) represent the cue ball? * Which character(s) represent the target ball? * Which character(s) represent the other balls on the table? The 8 ball? * Which character(s) represent the bumpers? The pockets? Hint: Remember the purpose(s) of all the items used in the actual game of pool

    33. Station 2: Main Idea & Detail “From gang life to grad school..” (The Journal Times) Main Idea 2) Detail Passage as a whole or individual paragraphs; “theme” Facts, dates, names, etc.; line references

    34. Station 3: Inference & Vocabulary “Gaga’s Oprah Moment” (Newsweek) What is “suggests”; author’s intentions; your “guess” Inference Vocabulary Words w/context clues & line references

    35. Station 4: Visuals & OPTICS o P T I C S Overview Parts Text/Title Innards Conclusion So What?

    36. 30-15-10 Quiz….take 3 minutes to study!

    37. Stations! Station 1: The Iceberg & Pool Table Station 2: Informational Text: Main Idea & Details Station 3: Informational Text: Inference & Vocabulary Station 4: Visuals & OPTICS

    38. T.O. Review: Put in order according to the plot C B A F E D G H

    39. T.O. Review: Put in order according to the plot D E H B F C A G

    40. The Outsiders Chapter 7 On the back of the 4 square paper, create the following chart & fill it out as you read chapter seven on your own: Important ideas, quotes or passages from chapter 7: 1. 100-103 2. 104-107 3. 108 - 111 4. 111 - 114 114 -118 Why I chose this passage, quote or idea: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

    41. The Outsiders: Chapter 8 Directions: Read chapter 8 on your own & take margin notes following the instructions on your packet. Show me your notes upon completion to earn 10 points. When you finish reading & annotating, please do the following on a separate sheet of paper (10 points): 1) Create 4 test questions (Main idea, Detail, Inference, Vocabulary) that deal with any part of the novel from chapters 1-8. Be sure to include answer choices and the correct answer!

    42. ______________________________ • ______________________________ • ______________________________ • ______________________________ Actions the character wishes he could ERASE Character: Ponyboy Actions the character wishes he had done • ________________________________ • ________________________________ • ________________________________ • ________________________________

    43. ______________________________ • ______________________________ • ______________________________ • ______________________________ Actions the character wishes he could ERASE Character: Johnny Actions the character wishes he had done • ________________________________ • ________________________________ • ________________________________ • ________________________________