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  1. October Week 3

  2. Define: abjure stealthily locution Notes 1. I adjure this rough magic retract c. hate love d. accept 2. Wire of a galvanic battery a. crazy c. electric b. hot d. evil 3. An error in locution, not law a. history c. science b. speech d. fate GIIG! DOL Mon 10/22 and 10/23 ~GIIG- Vocab ~ Revise Dialogue Stories and Poems ~RAG Activity ~ Homework: Finish “RAG” story

  3. Define: abjure stealthily locution Notes 1. I adjure this rough magic retract c. hate love d. accept 2. Wire of a galvanic battery a. crazy c. electric b. hot d. evil 3. An error in locution, not law a. history c. science b. speech d. fate GIIG! DOL Mon 10/22 and 10/23 ~GIIG- Vocab ~ Revise Dialogue Stories and Poems ~RAG Activity ~ Homework: Finish “RAG” story

  4. Define: Vexed Crevice Fate Notes 1. he vexed me annoyed c. commended carried d. planned 2. the crevice in the boulder a. shadow c. smooth surface b. smothered d. crack 3. that fate pulled people’s lives a. destiny c. evil b. careful d. danger GIIG! DOL Monday: 10/17/11 ~GIIG- Vocab ~RAG Activity ~ Reading Log due Friday

  5. Question/Main Idea Vocabulary Define: Vexed Crevice Fate 2 points Notes 1. he vexed me (0.5 points) ANNOYED0.5 points) c. commended carried d. planned 2. the crevice in the boulder 0.5 points) d. CRACK 0.5 points) 3. that fate pulled people’s lives 0.5 points) a. DESTINY0.5 points) GIIG! DOL

  6. Not every little story is important,but every little story can be made important.

  7. RAG Activity

  8. Deanna, Look in the middle of this screen. the car video is read to go. click on it. Don’t forget doll! Setting the mood...

  9. Edgar Allan Poe

  10. "I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity."

  11. Some of Edgar Allan Poe’s teasing sentences and fragmentin one of his most famous horror stories… • Sick unto death with that long agony • It conveyed to my soul • For presently, I heard no more • Of stern contempt of human torture • Sweet rest there must be in the grave • abjure • galvanic • locution

  12. R.A.G. Activity

  13. RAG Activity

  14. How the story starts… I was sick – sick unto death with that long agony; and when they at length unbound me, and I was permitted to sit, I felt that my senses were leaving me. The sentence – the dread sentence of death – was the last distinct accentuation which reached my ears.

  15. It is impossible to say how the idea first entered my mind. But, I decided to slowly creep through the forest- with the dead body.Of course, the officers pass me by on the old pathway. Smiling politely, I welcomed the officers.

  16. You now have 3 minutes to begin creating the plot of the story, before you are asked to switch papers.How do you want to pull your reader into this gruesome ordeal?Which sentences/fragments/vocabulary are you embedding? I was sick – sick unto death with that long agony,…

  17. Pull me into your story, get me to feel the mood; get me to feel the characters’ emotions; also pull me into your setting…. Remember, you eerily have 3 minutes.

  18. Now as you switch papers… read, then expand on the new story… continue the story line… remember to try and add the key fragments and vocab words. You now get 3 minutes…

  19. Here comes the turning point… what will happen in this new story of yours that will be a true climax? Blow your reader away… You again only get 3 minutes to do this.

  20. Thanks to the climax, your new story now has to end. How will it end? This is also your last chance to embed the ‘added words.’ You get another 3 minutes.

  21. Also underline any plagiarized fragments or vocabulary used. _____________________________ _______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ _______________________________ _____________________________ ____________________________ #333 #454

  22. With how much you want to read all the stories, you unfortunately have to wait until tomorrow… Did you remember to underline your ‘added words?’ Also, make sure your ID # is in the margin of every section that you wrote on all the stories.

  23. Bring your ‘Story Pack’ up to your teacher, so she may staple them together. I’d hate for you to lose them, and be out of the competition that gets to happen next….

  24. Define: Vexed Crevice Fate Notes 1. he vexed me annoyed c. commended carried d. planned 2. the crevice in the boulder a. shadow c. smooth surface b. smothered d. crack 3. that fate pulled people’s lives a. destiny c. evil b. careful d. danger GIIG! DOL Monday: 10/17/11 ~GIIG- Vocab ~RAG Activity ~ Reading Log due Friday

  25. Define: Vexed Crevice Fate Notes 1. he vexed me annoyed c. commended carried d. planned 2. the crevice in the boulder a. shadow c. smooth surface b. smothered d. crack 3. that fate pulled people’s lives a. destiny c. evil b. careful d. danger GIIG! DOL Monday: 10/17/11 ~GIIG- Vocab ~RAG Activity ~ Reading Log due Friday

  26. Question/Main Idea Vocabulary Define: Vexed Crevice Fate 2 points Notes 1. he vexed me (0.5 points) ANNOYED0.5 points) c. commended carried d. planned 2. the crevice in the boulder 0.5 points) d. CRACK 0.5 points) 3. that fate pulled people’s lives 0.5 points) a. DESTINY0.5 points) GIIG! DOL

  27. What is an appositive? (look up on page 572) Create your own appositive sentences.3 examples = A2 examples = B1 example = C GIIG ~ QW Wed 10/24 and Thur 10/25 ~ GIIG – appositives ~ RAG Awards

  28. Getting ready for….

  29. Also underline any plagiarized fragments or vocabulary used. _____________________________ _______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ _______________________________ _____________________________ ____________________________ #333 #454

  30. RAG Activity ~ Day 2 Completed task As a RAG team: • Reread all your stories and choose only one as your favorite. • Put a big STAR on your favorite story only. • Think of a catchy title for your favorite story and put it on the top line of the paper. • Reading only the STAR story, fill out the Evidence Sheet. • Do the RAG Cover Sheet for all of the stories at your table. • Sandwich everything together in the following order and submit to Ms. Swank. • Cover Sheet • Winning Story • Evidence Sheet • All other stories • This check-off list • Be nice to one another, because you are nice people.

  31. RAG Activity ~ Day 2 Completed task X As a RAG team: • Reread all your stories and choose only one as your favorite. • Put a big STAR on your favorite story only. • Think of a catchy title for your favorite story and put it on the top line of the paper. • Reading only the STAR story, fill out the Evidence Sheet. • Do the RAG Cover Sheet for all of the stories at your table. • Sandwich everything together in the following order and submit to Ms. Swank. • Cover Sheet • Winning Story • Evidence Sheet • All other stories • This check-off list • Be nice to one another, because you are nice people.

  32. RAG Activity ~ Day 2 Completed task X As a RAG team: • Reread all your stories and choose only one as your favorite. • Put a big STAR on your favorite story only. • Think of a catchy title for your favorite story and put it on the top line of the paper. • Reading only the STAR story, fill out the Evidence Sheet. • Do the RAG Cover Sheet for all of the stories at your table. • Sandwich everything together in the following order and submit to Ms. Swank. • Cover Sheet • Winning Story • Evidence Sheet • All other stories • This check-off list • Be nice to one another, because you are nice people. X

  33. RAG Activity ~ Day 2 Completed task X As a RAG team: • Reread all your stories and choose only one as your favorite. • Put a big STAR on your favorite story only. • Think of a catchy title for your favorite story and put it on the top line of the paper. • Reading only the STAR story, fill out the Evidence Sheet. • Do the RAG Cover Sheet for all of the stories at your table. • Sandwich everything together in the following order and submit to Ms. Swank. • Cover Sheet • Winning Story • Evidence Sheet • All other stories • This check-off list • Be nice to one another, because you are nice people. X X

  34. RAG Activity ~ Day 2 Completed task X As a RAG team: • Reread all your stories and choose only one as your favorite. • Put a big STAR on your favorite story only. • Think of a catchy title for your favorite story and put it on the top line of the paper. • Reading only the STAR story, fill out the Evidence Sheet. • Do the RAG Cover Sheet for all of the stories at your table. • Sandwich everything together in the following order and submit to Ms. Swank. • Cover Sheet • Winning Story • Evidence Sheet • All other stories • This check-off list • Be nice to one another, because you are nice people. X X X

  35. RAG Activity Evidence

  36. RAG Activity Evidence

  37. RAG Activity Evidence

  38. RAG Activity Evidence X

  39. RAG Activity ~ Day 2 Completed task X As a RAG team: • Reread all your stories and choose only one as your favorite. • Put a big STAR on your favorite story only. • Think of a catchy title for your favorite story and put it on the top line of the paper. • Reading only the STAR story, fill out the Evidence Sheet. • Do the RAG Cover Sheet for all of the stories at your table. • Sandwich everything together in the following order and submit to Ms. Swank. • Cover Sheet • Winning Story • Evidence Sheet Oops! This is on the back of your cover sheet! • All other stories • This check-off list • Be nice to one another, because you are nice people. X X X X

  40. RAG Cover Sheet What is the title of the best story option your group chose? ____________________________________________ ******************************************************************************************************** Which is winning story of the class? ______________________________________________

  41. RAG Cover Sheet What is the title of the best story option your group chose? ____________________________________________ ******************************************************************************************************** Which is winning story of the class? ______________________________________________

  42. RAG Cover Sheet What is the title of the best story option your group chose? ____________________________________________ ******************************************************************************************************** Which is winning story of the class? ______________________________________________

  43. RAG Cover Sheet What is the title of the best story option your group chose? ____________________________________________ ******************************************************************************************************** Which is winning story of the class? ______________________________________________

  44. RAG Cover Sheet What is the title of the best story option your group chose? ____________________________________________ ******************************************************************************************************** Which is winning story of the class? ______________________________________________

  45. RAG Cover Sheet What is the title of the best story option your group chose? ____________________________________________ ******************************************************************************************************** Which is winning story of the class? ______________________________________________

  46. RAG Cover Sheet What is the title of the best story option your group chose? ____________________________________________ ******************************************************************************************************** Which is winning story of the class? ______________________________________________

  47. RAG Activity ~ Day 2 Completed task X As a RAG team: • Reread all your stories and choose only one as your favorite. • Put a big STAR on your favorite story only. • Think of a catchy title for your favorite story and put it on the top line of the paper. • Reading only the STAR story, fill out the Evidence Sheet. • Do the RAG Cover Sheet for all of the stories at your table. • Sandwich everything together in the following order and submit to Ms. Swank. • Cover Sheet • Winning Story • Evidence Sheet • All other stories • This check-off list • Be nice to one another, because you are nice people. X X X X X Oops! This is on the back of your cover sheet! X

  48. Vexed (confused), crevice (crack), fate (destiny), stifled (to hold back) , grimace (smirk/sneer), malicious (cruel) 1) The scary and ____________man was ____________ by the ___________ in the rock, which somewhat ______________ his ability to climb; it was apparent he was in pain by the ____________ on his face, which sealed his ___________in getting to the top. 2) I believe in ____________, so when the police caught the ___________ woman who purposely put a __________ in the expensive vase, the store owner’s ___________frustration left a _____________ on his face; her actions would definitely be ___________ when she was finally put behind bars.

  49. vexed, crevice, fate, stifled, grimace, malicious • The scary and ____________man was __________by the crevice in the rock, which somewhat stifledhis ability to climb; it was apparent he was in pain by the grimace on his face, which sealed his fatein getting to the top. • I believe in fate, so when the police caught the malicious woman who purposely put a crevice in the expensive vase, the store owner’s vexed frustration left a grimace on his face; her actions would definitely be stifled when she was finally put behind bars.

  50. Getting Ready for RAG AWARDS