OCTOBER 3 rd ENGLISH II. Warm-up: Get out your Nectar in a Sieve packet and look at your vocabulary words for Chapter 1-2.
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Warm-up: Get out your Nectar in a Sieve packet and look at your vocabulary words for Chapter 1-2.
Choose five vocabulary words from Ch. 1 that you haven’t written a sentence for yet. Write five sentences that use these words correctly (remember to look at PARTS OF SPEECH; don’t use a noun as an adjective, a verb as a noun, and adverb as an adjective, etc.).
Your sentences can be as ridiculous as you want. You can talk about someone’s mama, you can write about a classmate, you can write about me… as long as you use the word correctly, you’ll get points.
Period 6: No warm-up. Instead, get out Monday’s warm-up/cool-down and let’s review your sentences for Chapter One vocabulary words!
If I call your name, please choose one vocab. sentence to read. (It can be as silly as you’d like, as long as you use the words correctly… use nouns as nouns, use adjectives as adjectives, etc.)
Warm-up: Use the definitions to write three sentences using three of the vocab. words from Chapter One. Below are SAMPLE sentences:
Sample vocabulary sentences for Chapter One:
Literary Response and Analysis 3.12: Analyze the way in which a work of literature is related to the themes and issues of its historical period. (Historical approach)
Let’s begin/continue reading Chapter 1 of Nectar in a Sieve!
As we read, have your character/setting/theme worksheets out; we will pause periodically to fill it in.
(Above): Bullock cart
What do we learn about this culture? (Hint: let’s look at paragraph 3, pg. 4; para. 5, pg. 5; para. 2, pg. 6; para. 1, pg. 7; pg. 9, para. 2). Let’s enter our findings in the setting chart.
What do we learn about Work on filling out your setting chart and your character chart for: