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Basic ELL. To Kill A Mockingbird. Chapters 4 through 6. Do Now: Point of View. Read the excerpt below and identify the narrator’s point of view.

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basic ell
Basic ELL

To Kill A Mockingbird

Chapters 4 through 6

do now point of view
Do Now: Point of View

Read the excerpt below and identify the narrator’s point of view.

The glow from the campfire lit up the faces of the two boys. They were exhausted but in high spirits. Mark was thinking about the huge trout he had snagged earlier and how proud his dad would have been. Carter was stretched out on the ground, glad to be on land after spending most the day in the boat. The first day of the trip had been a good one.

_____ third-person omniscient

_____ first person

_____ third-person limited

auspicious adj

promising success

مبشر

吉兆的

благоприятный

propicio

The remainder of my schooldays were no more auspicious than the first.

auspicious (adj)
arbitrate v

To come to a decision

عرض نزاعا

公断

resolver

выносить третейское решение

Jem arbitrated, awarded me first push with an extra time for Dill, and I folded myself inside the tire.

arbitrate (V)
melancholy n

A feeling of thoughtful sadness

忧郁

подавленность

melancólico

سوداء

I was in a melancholy mood when my brother moved to another state.

melancholy (n)
evasion n

the act of avoiding or escaping from

evasión

حيلة للتعذر

уклонение

逃避

His evasion of the question was

very creative.

evasion (n)
tacit adj

understood without being said; clearly implied

مقدر

无言的

tácito

подразумеваемый

Our tacit treaty with Miss Maudie was that we could play on her lawn, if we didn't jump on the arbor.

tacit (adj)
pestilence n

Any epidemic disease with a high death rate.

瘟疫

الدبلي

бубонная чума

pestilencia

Bubonic plague was an evil pestilence and took many lives.

pestilence (n)
benevolence n

Showing kindness and good will.

благожелательность

仁慈

تبرع

benevolencia

Mary is known for her benevolence to little children.

benevolence (n)
placidly adv

In a quiet and tranquil manner

بسكينة

安详地

безмятежно

plácidamente

The seagull flew placidly over the beach.

placidly (adv)
edification n

act of enlightening or informing

لإنقاذ التنوير

启示

Новодевичьем кладбище

educar

The vocabulary review was for the students' edification.

edification (n)
malignant adj

evil in nature; injurious

غلول

有恶意的

зловредный

malvado

Mr. Marsh had a malignant brain tumor.

malignant (adj)
inquisitive adj

given to inquiry, research, or asking questions; eager for knowledge; intellectually curious

想问的

любознательный

باحث

curioso

The inquisitive children wondered what

was in the gated tunnel.

inquisitive (adj)
pilgrimage n

a journey to a sacred place

سفر

朝圣之旅

паломничество

peregrinación

Sometimes when we made a midnight pilgrimage to the bathroom we would find him reading.

pilgrimage (n)
do now
Do Now

pestilence

edification

auspicious

melancholy

malignant

____ a feeling of thoughtful sadness

____ evil in nature, injurious

____ act of enlightening, informing

____ Any epidemic disease with a high

death rate,

____ promising success

do now1
Do Now

domiciled

indigenous

vapid

piety

meditatively

____ lacking liveliness, briskness, or

force

____ dutifulness in religion; devoutness

____ contemplatively; reflectively

____ to dwell in a particular place

____ occurring in a particular region

chapter 4
Chapter 4

He broke his arm.

1.

2.

Law

3.

She is very strict, nearsighted, tyrannical, scares the kids

4.

Dill

Touches the Radley’s house

5.

6.

Finch’s Landing

7.

Maycomb is a slow moving town where everyone knows everyone , it’s a small town

chapter 5
Chapter 5

Play with him, hang around him and his friends.

1.

Disdain, surprise, tells Scout to tell her father not to teach her anymore, that she needs to learn to read with a fresh mind

2.

3.

Calpurnia

4.

That Walter wouldn’t be able to pay back the quarter Miss Fisher wants to lend him for lunch; that Miss Fisher is embarrassing Walter by calling attention to his poverty.

chapter 51
Chapter 5

Hite her hand with a ruler and makes her stand in the corner..

5.

6.

Harper Lee is portraying school as a boring

place where smart people are punished for

being ahead of the rest of the class.

Miss Caroline collapses with her head on her

desk . Scout assumes that she is crying..

7.

do now short answers
Do Now: Short Answers

Mrs. Bean changes her hair color

everyday, she’s an ________ lady.

malevolent

Johnny looks really _______ today, he’s really out of it!

taciturn

eccentric

3. I have a ___________ for French fries

over mash potatoes.

vapid

4. Scrooge is a ___________ person, he’s

mean to everyone.

predilection

5. He turned out to be quite __________,

he doesn’t say a word.

chapter 6
Chapter 6

Invites him home to lunch.

1.

He pours molasses all over his food.

2.

Any of these will work:

3.

A. they are humans, but live like animals;

B. the kids are dirty and only go to school the first day;

C. they haven’t done an honest day’s work in their

lives;

D. their father is an alcoholic and hunts out of season

If she agrees to go back to school, he will keep reading to her every night

4.

chapter 61
Chapter 6

5.

Climbs up the tree and stays up all day, refusing to come down.

6.

She beats him up in the schoolyard.

Calpurnia tells Scout that being a good hostess is about treating your guests well. She lectures her on hospitality.

7.

do now short answers1
Do Now: Short Answers

St.Agustine is known for his _________ to his faith.

concession

Last night Mitt Romney gave his ____________ speech on losing to Obama.

indegenous

meditatively

3. The child sat _______________

thinking what he wanted for Christmas.

piety

4. While in the Army, I ____________ in

Germany for three years.

domiciled

5. Sand storms are _______________ in

the Sahara Desert.