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DNP: 9/4/2013. Find the pronouns in the following sentences and identify what type each is. Example (see previous sentence) e ach, indefinite Steven, would you please run to the market? He watched himself in the mirror. They ate all the cookies themselves. Has anyone seen the remote?

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Dnp 9 4 2013
DNP: 9/4/2013

  • Find the pronouns in the following sentences and identify what typeeach is.

    • Example (see previous sentence) each, indefinite

  • Steven, would you please run to the market?

  • He watched himself in the mirror.

  • They ate all the cookies themselves.

  • Has anyone seen the remote?

  • Which of these shoes is cuter?

Notes are acceptable. Neighbors are not.



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Announcements

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1:50 – 2:25 PRT

2:25 – 3:15 Period 7


Pronoun review
Pronoun Review

  • Find the pronouns in the following sentences and identify what typeeach is.

    • Example (see previous sentence) each, indefinite

  • Steven, would you please run to the market?

  • He watched himself in the mirror.

  • They ate all the cookies themselves.

  • Has anyone seen the remote?

  • Which of these shoes is cuter?

you, personal

he, personal himself, reflexive

they, personal themselves, intensive

anyone, indefinite

which, interrogative these, demonstrative


Bonus question
Bonus question:

  • Which type of pronoun was NOT included in the examples?

  • Give me a sentence that uses a relative pronoun.



Paragraph struggles
Paragraph Struggles

  • Claim – Support (Development)

    • Does my evidence actually support my claim?

    • Do I successfully prove my claim?

  • How do we get better?

    • Guarantee understanding of the text as a whole and key passages

      • Paraphrase, summary

    • Look at how other writers develop their arguments


Methods of Development

(p. 15 in MFW)


Look at the cannon article
Look at the Cannon article

  • Summarize the article.

    • Be sure to include his thesis ()

  • Paraphrase paragraph 22 (p. 583)

  • Answer question 3 from the Questions for Study and Discussion.


Homework
Homework:

  • Read Kahan’s “Shame is Worth a Try” (p. 574-576)

  • Then RE-read “Condemn the Crime, Not the Person” by Tangney (570-572)

  • WWW #32 Quiz on Friday

    • WWW Schedule posted for the rest of the semester on Google Docs calendar


Dnp 9 5 2013
DNP: 9/5/2013

  • Have you ever been shamed as a part of your punishment? Was it effective? More effective than a different kind of punishment?


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Where does kahan stand
Where does Kahan stand?



Homework1
Homework:

  • WWW List #32 Quiz tomorrow

  • Analysis Paragraph #2 due next Wednesday (9/11)

  • Monday (4’s) and Tuesday (3’s)

    • Pronouns Quiz (make sure your tech is working and charged)

    • Make sure you have your journal (Mead composition book)


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