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  1. English Support Ms. Manning Periods 1&5 English Support 9 Monday May 19th 1 hour

  2. Do Now (10 minutes) • Read a book of your choice for 10 minutes Classroom Expectations What should you do? Read quietly with books, not Ipads. What should I see? You seated in assigned seat with book open in front of you and reading. What should I hear? Silence. When you are finished? Close book.

  3. Agenda Do Now (10 minutes) Read a book of your choice Lecture (15 minutes) Prepostions – Powerpoint Grammar Practice (3 minutes) Grammar and Language Handbook Prepositions pages 69 and 70. Do Exercise 1 - as many as you can. Reading (25 minutes) Prentice Hall pgs 296-298 “In My Place” reading-questions Empower (20 minutes) Read 1 article and use template to write in notebook Exit Slip (15 minutes) Today I learned…

  4. Standard and Objective • Standard: L.1.b Use prepositional phrases to convey meaning • Objective: To recognize and appropriately use prepositions.

  5. Lecture (15 minutes) PREPOSITIONS A preposition is a word that shows the relationship of a noun or a pronoun to some other word in a sentence. The cat food is inside the cupboard. We’ll go to the movie after lunch.

  6. Prepositions Love Song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byszemY8Pl8

  7. Preposition Practice • He took the book ____from the shelf and put it _____his bag. • Look! That car’s ____ fire. • It’s unlucky to walk _____ a ladder in my culture, I always walk _____ them. • I went _____ him and asked him the best way to get ____ of town. • I couldn’t get in _____ the door so I had to climb_____ a window.

  8. Compound Preposition A compound preposition is a preposition made up of more than one word. according to ahead of along with

  9. Object of the Preposition Prepositions begin phrases that generally end with a noun or a pronoun called the object of the preposition. The horses jumped over the fence. They showered the king with gifts.

  10. Object of the Preposition Use: to, on, onto, in or into • The dog jumped _______ the lake. • Are the boys still swimming _____the pool? • The plane landed _______the runway. • Tom fell ______ the floor. • I went _____ the gym.

  11. Grammar Focus (20 min) Do Grammar and Language Handbook pages 69 and 70 Exercise 1

  12. Reading Selection (30 min) Prentice Hall pages 296 to 298 “In My Place” Questions: 1)If you had faced the obstacles that Hunter-Gault did, how would you have handled the situation? 2)Compare and contrast how Hunter-Gault’s arrival at campus was different than most students’.

  13. Exit Slip (10 minutes) Share with a neighbor and write into composition book: Today I learned_________________

  14. WEDNESDAY Do Now: Read quietly (10 minutes) Empower 3000 Lexile Level Testing

  15. English Support Ms. Manning Periods 1 & 5 Thursday May 22 – 2 hours

  16. Do Now (10 minutes) • Read a book of your choice for 10 minutes Classroom Expectations What should you do? Read quietly with books, not Ipads. What should I see? You seated in assigned seat with book open in front of you and reading. What should I hear? Silence. When you are finished? Close book.

  17. Agenda Overview- Student expectations: Students look at board and listen. Do Now (10 minutes) Read a book of your choice Review Agenda (1 minutes) Lecture (15 minutes) Double Negatives– Powerpoint Grammar Practice (30 minutes) Grammar and Language Handbook pages 207 to 208 Double Negatives Reading (25 minutes) Prentice Hall pgs 412 to 414 “Talk” African Folk Tale - questions Empower (20 minutes) – finish reading test if necessary or do Newsela Read 1 article and answer questions on NEWSELA Article Exit Slip (10 minutes) Reflection: Today I learned. (write in composition book)

  18. Standard and Objective • Standard: L.6.1.e Recognize variations from Standard English in your own and other’s writing and speaking, and identify and use strategies to improve. • Objective: Recognize double negatives and avoid speaking and writing with them.

  19. Lecture In general, do not use a double negative (two negative words in the same clause). Use only one negative word to express a negative idea. Most negative words have positive forms. You can usually use positive forms to correct double negatives.

  20. Examples Page 207 G&L Hdbk We’ll do this in a minute…

  21. But first… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B56PCydFY44 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42eEpD38Sog https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nj77jq1Ybw

  22. Practice 1. Our family never does ( nothing, anything ) on the weekends. 2. The manager ( can, can’t ) seem to keep nobody working for him. 3. I wouldn’t have ( no, any ) part in playing that trick on Rod. 4. Those books ( are, aren’t ) none of mine. 5. I never go ( nowhere, anywhere ) without buckling my seatbelt.

  23. More Practice These are incorrect. How would you correct them? 1. Max shouldn’t never have tried to fix it himself. 2. We haven’t heard nothing about your trip to Canada. 3. Your keys weren’t nowhere that I could see. 4. My father says I never hear nothing that he says. 5. I didn’t want help from nobody.

  24. Whole Class Reading (25 min) Prentice Hall pgs 412 to 414 “Talk” African Folk Tale • Which situation in “Talk” struck you as the funniest? Why? • How does the fisherman react when the country man tells his crazy story? • Analyze why he gets so upset when his fish trap speaks to him.

  25. Newsela Article to be added…

  26. Exit Slip Share with a neighbor and write into composition book: Today I learned_________________