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“ Contents of a Dead Man’s Pocket”

“ Contents of a Dead Man’s Pocket”

Jack Finney. “ Contents of a Dead Man’s Pocket”. What do you value ?. Literary Elements. Cause -the reason something happens Effect -the result of some event or action Mood -the atmosphere created by the author Plot -introduction, rising action, climax, falling action, conclusion

By coralia
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Debate Tomorrow

Debate Tomorrow

Debate Tomorrow. How “Great” was Alexander? See the website for prep materials. Your position will not be determined until class tomorrow. Greek Philosophy. What is the influence of Classical Greek political philosophy on modern American political thought? Argument Evidence Evidence

By fabian
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The Jilting of Granny Weatherall pg. 769

The Jilting of Granny Weatherall pg. 769

The Jilting of Granny Weatherall pg. 769. Read the author bio on page 769 Read Before you Read on page 770. Pay close attention to the new devices we are exploring in this story. Write down the definition of Stream of Consciousness and Ambiguities Read the story (page 772-777)

By sargent
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Economic Interdependence in the Middle East

Economic Interdependence in the Middle East

Economic Interdependence in the Middle East . The Importance of Oil. Early Civilizations. Early civilizations in the region included the Sumerians, the Babylonians, the Hittites, the Israelites, and the Phoenicians.

By farrell
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Inferring with Pictures

Inferring with Pictures

Inferring with Pictures. Who, What, When, Why, Where. TC + BK = Inference (Text Clues + Background Knowledge = Inference). Please record the following chart in your reading notebook. You will be using it to make inferences based on pictures. .

By easter
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How to Write the

How to Write the

How to Write the. B. Q. D. AP United States History University City High School. The Document Based Question The AP College Board. The DBQ can cover any period of American History up to 1980, and generally asks you to focus on a twenty-five-year period.

By austin
(62 views)

Week 4 Grammar Bell Ringer

Week 4 Grammar Bell Ringer

Week 4 Grammar Bell Ringer. Their, They’re, and There. Elizabeth Wilkins. Which is correct?. Joe mumbled, "I need to purchase something from the store for class tomorrow. I completely forgot.”

By hastin
(125 views)

Welcome to class!

Welcome to class!

Welcome to class!. In your G.U.M.S. o n page 9 , copy the sentence below that you think is divided into meaningful chunks. Be prepared to discuss your choice: The turkeys, roosting / in the street out / of coyotes’ reach, / clucked drowsily.

By said
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Creating a Persuasive Speech

Creating a Persuasive Speech

Creating a Persuasive Speech. Argumentation - Review. Every argument needs to have three parts: Claim – Your main idea/point Evidence – Support from other sources (may fall within logos, pathos and/or ethos) Reasoning – The explanation of how your evidence supports your claim.

By odin
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1. 	Greet the person. 2. 	Ask how they’re doing.

1. Greet the person. 2. Ask how they’re doing.

Quatre coins. 1. Greet the person. 2. Ask how they’re doing. 3. Say the number you’re looking for. (Or, respond with “OUI!” or “Non, désolé [e].” 4. If they say OUI: write the person’s name for the number. If they say NON: ask someone else to be your partner for that number

By phuong
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Reading Workshop #6 Mini-Lesson for October 7, 2013

Reading Workshop #6 Mini-Lesson for October 7, 2013

Reading Workshop #6 Mini-Lesson for October 7, 2013. Dialect -a representation of the language spoken by the people of a particular place, time, or social group. http:// www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=90805117. Dialect.

By azia
(143 views)

Honors Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Honors Chemistry. Mr. Fredericks 2009-2010. Saturday, January 16 th. Do Now: Write down the homework. Get out cheat sheet and book. Spread out in room. Objectives: Midterm exam. Homework: Skim chapter 13. Write 3 questions to ask in class tomorrow .

By jed
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HSA REVIEW

HSA REVIEW

HSA REVIEW. DO NOW: 5 minute quick-study before quiz: Cell parts Macromolecules vitamins. Let’s Go Over the Quiz. Switch papers with a neighbor, and grade their paper. WRITE YOUR NAME ON THE MARGIN OF THE PAPER – NO FUNNY BUSINESS WITH THE GRADES OR IT’S A *0* FOR YOU!!!

By maja
(112 views)

It’s Reading Workshop Day!

It’s Reading Workshop Day!

It’s Reading Workshop Day!. Get your reading folder and make updates! You will need post-it notes today. Today’s Agenda. Mini Lesson: Good readers ask thin and thick questions as they read. Work Time: Independent Reading while questioning Debrief: Type 1.

By opa
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The Sniper

The Sniper

The Sniper. By Liam O’Flaherty. Characterization. Characterization is the process by which the writer reveals the personality of a character . Characterization is revealed through direct characterization and indirect characterization .

By kacia
(314 views)

Monday

Monday

Monday. No Calescite ! ( Eeeep !). “dies festus ” II – pg. 143 . Summarize Opinion of characters?. Grammar Notes - Imperatives. Three verb moods Examples : māter ! spectā hoc! Helena! venī ad mē ! amīcī ! spectāte hoc! servī ! venīte ad mē !. Grammar Notes - Imperatives.

By reuben
(153 views)

“The Interlopers”

“The Interlopers”

“The Interlopers”. Narrator & Voice Practice. “The Interlopers”. In your classwork section, start a new page titled “The Interlopers” and answer the following ….

By ivria
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Review Guide Assessment:

Review Guide Assessment:

Review Guide Assessment:. On a post it note, write your name Set a goal: How do you plan to study for this exam, when , with who and for how long?? Grade yourself on completion of review guide √++: Perfectly finished A+ √+: A – All done but a few questions empty although I tried

By evette
(107 views)

Figurative language and poetic elements homework

Figurative language and poetic elements homework

Figurative language and poetic elements homework. Hyperbole. A hyperbole in an extreme exaggeration! Examples: I am so hungry I could eat a horse! I could sleep for a year, I’m so tired! On a sheet of paper, come up with two of your own hyperboles to share with the class tomorrow. Simile.

By eze
(127 views)

Four corner vocab

Four corner vocab

SSR if finished with this activity. Four corner vocab. Vocabulary word. Drawing of Word. Definition of Word . Use the word in a sentence. Words: Theme, Symbol, Characterization, Point of View, Conflict. Symbolization. The use of an object to represent or convey meaning.

By kendra
(139 views)

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