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List as many of the eight parts of speech as you can remember…then give an example of each . Warm-up 8/17/11. Warm-up 8/18/11. What is symbolism? Give examples of symbols and what they represent. Warm-up 8/19/11.

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list as many of the eight parts of speech as you can remember then give an example of each

List as many of the eight parts of speech as you can remember…then give an example of each.

Warm-up 8/17/11

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Warm-up 8/18/11
  • What is symbolism? Give examples of symbols and what they represent.
warm up 8 19 11
Warm-up 8/19/11
  • Vocab! Predict the meaning of these words: abase, covert, frugal, redress, wheedle
8 22 11
8/22/11
  • Quick write: What do you know is different about Native American Literature?
8 23 11
8/23/11
  • Write a sentence showing you know the meaning of your vocab words:
    • Abase
    • Covert
    • Frugal
    • Redress
    • Wheedle
8 24 11
8/24/11
  • Read the article and highlight the topic sentences, supporting sentences and transitional words.
8 25 11
8/25/11
  • Read back through the Witch Trial article. List the main idea and evidence the author used to support the main idea.
9 26 11
9/26/11
  • List as many “dead” words as you can.
    • Ex: a lot, many, good, bad…..
  • Then list replacement words for the dead words.
8 26 11
8/26/11
  • Write these words on your green linking sheet from last week:
  • Catatonic, flippant, indolent, melancholy, prodigy
8 29 11
8/29/11
  • Quick Write: Write about a fear that you have and a behavior it causes.
8 30 11
8/30/11
  • Write a sentence showing the meaning of these vocab words: catatonic, flippant, indolent, melancholy, prodigy
8 31 11
8/31/11
  • SSR: Read in your A Lesson Before Dying books. In your composition books, note the pages you read today and describe the setting, tone, and mood of the story so far.
9 1 11
9/1/11
  • Read the two yahoo.com articles about grammar errors on clothing. Why do you think Wet Seal put the clothing out to sell? Should there be consequences for the employees responsible?
9 2 11
9/2/11

Vocab words this week:

Adamant, Beguile, conciliatory, retaliation, tantalized

9 6 11
9/6/11
  • Grammar!! Complete the paragraph with the following words: your, you’re, its, or it’s
    • You know _1_ in trouble when _2_ mom is waiting for you at the door with _3_ latest Pinnacle printout. _4_ never a good sign when you see _5_ game station taken away, _6_ cords hanging idle in some closet. _7_ very upsetting when you think _8_working as hard as you can, but _9_ grades are still in the gutter. But wait! _10_ all been a dream! _11_ working your hardest and your mom just wants to take you out for ice cream! 
9 7 11
9/7/11
  • Write a sentence with each of the following vocab words:
    • Adamant
    • Beguile
    • Conciliatory
    • Retaliation
    • Tantalize
9 8 11
9/8/11
  • SSR- Read A Lesson Before Dying. Record the pages you read today in class and then describe at least one conflict that is seen in the novel. List all involved and tell how you think this conflict will impact the story.
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9/9/11
  • Write your response to the 9/11 video clip.
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9/12/11
  • Read A Lesson Before Dying. Record the pages you read today , then tell which character do you most identify with? Why? What are their important characteristics?
9 13 11
9/13/11
  • They’re/ There/ Their????
  • 1. ____________are so many fish in the sea.
  • 2. _____________ house is a crazy color purple.
  • 3._______________ going to see The Help tomorrow.
9 14 11
9/14/11
  • Write a sentence with each of the following words. Make sure you show the meaning!
  • Dilapidated, lackadaisical, raze, sardonic, zenith
9 15 2011
9/15/2011
  • Its/It’s/Your/You’re/There/Their/They’re
  • Choose 5 of the words and write a sentence leaving a ____ where the word should go.
9 16 11
9/16/11
  • Abhor (v)
  • Coddle (v)
  • Meticulous (adj)
  • Pedestrian (adj)
  • Stealth (n)
9 19 11
9/19/11
  • List at least three differences between the Puritans and Rationalists.
9 20 11
9/20/11
  • Write sentences using these vocab words showing the meaning of the word!
  • Abhor, coddle, meticulous, pedestrian, stealth
9 21 11
9/21/11
  • Choose Ethos, Pathos, or Logos:
  • Miley Cyrus appears in Oreo ads.
  • A 32oz bottle of Tide will clean 32 loads of laundry.
  • A child is shown covered in bug bites after using an inferior bug spray.
9 22 11
9/22/11
  • Using what you learned yesterday, tell me how Ben Franklin was a Rationalist?
  • Don’t forget to mark your virtue chart!
9 28 11
9/28/11
  • Quick write: Write your response to this statement:
    • The desire for wealth can make people hard and unfeeling.
9 29 11
9/29/11
  • Write a sentence that shows the meaning of your vocab words:
  • Acquiesce, dour, lurid, olfactory, transient
9 30 11
9/30/11
  • Write about your response to this piece of art. Include details from the painting. What elements of Romanticism can you find?
10 5 11
10/5/11
  • Write a sentence showing the meaning of this week’s vocab words.
  • Countenance, ominous, ennui, gregarious, winsome
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10/5/11
  • Warm-up: define the following terms:
    • Speaker
    • Alliteration
    • Repetition
    • End rhyme
    • Internal rhyme
    • Onomatopoeia
    • symbolism
10 6 11
10/6/11
  • Mid-semester Reflection
    • How are you doing in this class?
    • Do you need to make any changes?
    • Do you have any suggestions that could make this class better?
10 11 11
10/11/11
  • Write freely about the Fountain of Youth. What is the appeal of it? Why do people want to stay young forever? Would you want to be a teenager forever? Why or why not?
10 13 11
10/13/11
  • Write a sentence with each word:
    • Adulterate
    • Aggrandize
    • Ambiguous
    • Ameliorate
    • Anomaly
10 17
10/17
  • Big Thank You
    • Write a letter
      • Not-political
      • Thanks for their service/dedication/sacrifice
      • Wish them a Happy Thanksgiving and Holiday Season
      • You can tell a little about yourself
11 3 11
11/3/11
  • EOCT Prep!
    • Coach books
      • Read page 172
      • Complete pages 174-175
11 14 11
11/14/11
  • Lackluster (adj)
  • Glutton (n)
  • Chagrined (adj)
  • Fortuitous (adj)
  • Gratifying (adj)
11 29 11
11/29/11
  • Inference Practice:“He did not say anything but looked at the bags against the wall of the station. There were labels on them from all the hotels where they had spent nights.”
  • Inference: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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“The woman came out through the curtains with two glasses of beer and put them down on the damp felt pads. ‘The train comes in five minutes,’ she said. ‘What did she say?’ asked the girl.‘That the train comes in five minutes.’ The girl smiled brightly at the woman, to thank her.”Inference: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

11 30 11
11/30/11
  • Write a sentence with each of this week’s vocab words. Show you know the meaning of the word!
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12/1/11
  • Possessive S
    • Singular nouns get an apostrophe then an s.
      • Ex: The boy’s kite flew in the sky.
    • Plural possessives are formed by adding an apostrophe after the s.
      • Ex: The girls’ kite flew in the sky
    • When a plural noun does not end with an s, an apostrophe and then an s are added.
      • Ex: The men’s truck was dirty.
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1. The baby toy fell on the floor.

  • 2. Those boys shoes are in the locker.
  • 3. The women computer was broken.
  • 4. Tony sister fell off the swing.
  • 5. The pan handle was very hot.
12 2 11
12/2/11
  • Read the article and write your response. Do you agree or disagree with the church’s decision? Why? Can you relate this to anything in your life or something you seen or heard on TV/movies/music/etc?