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Please come in and sharpen pencils, sit down, take out homework, notebook and agenda. Copy in Agenda- Homework- study vocabulary- quiz tomorrow,
What are pronouns? Pronouns take the place of nouns. He, she, it, they, we, us, them, him, her, etc.
Example: Halloween is one of America's holidays. It is celebrated in October. HalloweenIt (Halloween is a noun. It is a pronoun that refers to Halloween.)
Example: When Robert was fixing the car, he cut his hand. RobertHe (Robert is a noun. He is a pronoun that refers to, Robert.)
Warm Up- Pronouns Fill in the blanks with the correct pronouns. 1. Speed bumps help to slow down cars. ____are found in many parking lots. 2. Rickie traveled on the plane. _____ was very excited about his trip. 3. Marie skated to the edge of the rink. ____ was finished with practice. 4. The house has two stories. ____ was built in Marisa and Nora made their own costumes. ____ wanted to save money
Possible sentences- We are going to read an article that contains these words. Use them to predict sentences that will be in the article. You may add your own words. Insurgent Afganistan Deployed Bond Join the military changed Culture shock Marine grateful Jitters Men you go to war with civilian
Let’s read and take notes Notation Type:Notes from text: Connection Question Clarification Evaluation
Map Practice- Use the map to answer questions 1-10 on page 7 in JS. Write in complete sentences
Writing: Answer all questions in one paragraph. Do you think it is time for the US military to leave Afganistan? What might be some consequences of leaving this country? What could happen if the US decides to stay?