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DOL Learning Targets Semester 1 2013. Learning Target By the end of the week, I will be able to evaluate the argument in a text as evidenced by discussing.

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1 DOL Learning Targets Semester

2 Learning Target By the end of the week, I will be able to evaluate the argument in a text as evidenced by discussing with my class and writing an essay.

3 NOUNS Definition – A noun names a person, place, thing or idea. Can be abstract (freedom) or concrete (apple); can be proper (Jay-Z) or common (table) MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 TH

4 NOUNS Examples: – PERSON: Ms. Czaban, Lady Gaga – PLACE: library, Barcelona, SWHS – THING: table, bulldog, cheese – IDEA: prosperity, education, freedom

5 Hints for Identification Word Parts: Common Noun Endings –tion (dictation, function, procrastination) -ity (velocity, prosperity, rarity) -or (conductor, doctor, actor) -er (driver, teacher, singer) -ant (deviant, militant) -ness (likeness, happiness, fairness) Can be plural -s (unicorns) -es (horses, princesses) -ies (ponies) Change of vowel (mouse/mice) -I (octopi, cacti)NOUNS

6 HINTS FOR IDENTIFYING A NOUN *NOTE: Nouns may shift their part of speech depending on their position in a sentence. Don’t worry. We’ll work through that together. Word Placement: Common Noun Places When you see a determiner (the, a, an), you can expect a noun to follow: a horse; the Shelby Cobra; an owl When you see an adjective, you can expect a noun to follow close by: scary Halloween When you see a numeral, you can expect a noun to follow: six windowsNOUNS Hints for Identification

7 VERBS Definition: – A word that states action (to eat, to hike, to sweat) or states being – There are 3 types of verbs: 1.action (run, dance, destroy, inhale) 2.linking (am, is, was, were, be, being, been) 3.helping (can, could, should, may, might, ought)

8 VERBS EXAMPLES OF HELPING VERBS  HAS RUN  DID DANCE  MIGHT RAIN  COULD HAVE BEEN SKIPPING  WILL BE DESTROYED  MUST HAVE SLEPT  SHALL VEGETATE  CAN ECONOMIZE  MAY HAVE BEEN THINKING

9 VERBS Hints for Identification Word Parts – -ed (carried) – -s (carries) – -ing (carrying) – -ize, -ify (realize, glorify) – re- (redo, reborn)

10 VERBS Hints for Identification Word Placement: – Appears after the subject noun phrase Juan ate nine street tacos. – Can be modified by an adverb run quickly SV

11 Diagramming Begins! What is diagramming? – Sentence analysis – Shows relationship of each word to the rest of the sentence – Think of frog dissection

12 First… We already know: – Every sentence MUST have a subject and verb – Subject=noun – Verb=words of doing or being Start by asking: WHO or WHAT is DOING or BEING something? Now, draw a horizontal line and divide it with a vertical one:

13 Next… Place the subject (noun) and all the things that go with it on the left side Place the verb (main verb) and all things that go with it on the right side Subject Predicate

14 9/16/2013 DIRECTIONS: Diagram the sentence. Remember to place the subject (noun phrase) on the left and the predicate (verb phrase) on the right. SENTENCE: Goats stink.

15 9/17/2013 DIRECTIONS: Diagram the sentence. Remember to place the subject (noun phrase) on the left and the predicate (verb phrase) on the right. SENTENCE: Chickens had been nesting.

16 Learning Target Tuesday, September 17 By tomorrow, I will be able to clarify, verify, or challenge ideas and conclusions as evidenced by discussing a set of values.

17 9/18/2013 DIRECTIONS: Diagram the sentence. Remember to place the subject (noun phrase) on the left and the predicate (verb phrase) on the right. SENTENCE: Jay-Z might have been rapping.

18 Learning Target Tuesday, September 17 By today, I will be able to clarify, verify, or challenge ideas and conclusions as evidenced by discussing a set of values.

19 9/19/13 DIRECTIONS: Diagram the sentence. Remember to place the subject (noun phrase) on the left and the predicate (verb phrase) on the right. SENTENCE: Austin will be diagramming.

20 Learning Target Thursday, Friday Sept. 19, 20 By Friday, I will be able to participate in conversations with different partners, as evidenced by discussing my Personal Values Emblem with a partner.

21 9/20/13 DIRECTIONS: Diagram the sentence. Remember to place the subject (noun phrase) on the left and the predicate (verb phrase) on the right. SENTENCE: Rain should fall.

22 Learning Target Thursday, Friday Sept. 19, 20 By Friday, I will be able to participate in conversations with different partners, as evidenced by discussing my Personal Values Emblem with a partner.

23 9/23/13 DIRECTIONS: Diagram the sentence. Remember to place the subject (noun phrase) on the left and the predicate (verb phrase) on the right. SENTENCE: I am going to dance.

24 Learning Target Monday, Sept. 23 By Tuesday, I will be able to summarize the historical importance of the play Antigone as evidenced by writing a summary in my Cornell Notes.

25 9/24/13 DIRECTIONS: Diagram the sentence. Remember to place the subject (noun phrase) on the left and the predicate (verb phrase) on the right. SENTENCE: Miley may offend.

26 9/25/13 DIRECTIONS: Diagram the sentence. Remember to place the subject (noun phrase) on the left and the predicate (verb phrase) on the right. SENTENCE: Sophomores should be writing.

27 Learning Target 1 Antigone Reading By the end of the Act, I will be able to use textual evidence to analyze and make educated guesses about the text as evidenced by my analysis in my Reading Log.

28 Learning Target Antigone Reading By the end of the Act, I will be able to analyze how complex characters develop over time, interact with other characters, and advance the plot or develop the theme as evidenced by my analysis in my Reading Log.

29 9/26/13 DIRECTIONS: Diagram the sentence. Remember to place the subject (noun phrase) on the left and the predicate (verb phrase) on the right. SENTENCE: I was going to eat.

30 9/27/13 DIRECTIONS: Diagram the sentence. Remember to place the subject (noun phrase) on the left and the predicate (verb phrase) on the right. SENTENCE: They have been fishing.


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