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1 TEK: write legibly and use appropriate capitalization and punctuation conventions ELPS: 5B- write using newly acquired basic vocabulary and content-based grade-level vocabulary DRAW NOW- (ON LOOSE LEAF PAPER!) Wednesday November 12 {TEK: 18; ELPS: 1E}

2 I will pass back your test over Desiree’s Baby. If you are not satisfied with the grade, four tasks must be completed: 1.Sign-up to take the Retest 2.Come to after school tutoring on Thursday or Friday 3.Find out why you missed the questions you did 4.Show up Thursday or Friday for the Retest RETEST GRADES WILL BE REFLECTED ON YOUR REPORT CARD! Because of CBA Testing next week, this will be the only week to retake Desiree’s Baby Test. Wednesday November 12

3 TEK: 17Ai- more complex active and passive tenses and verbals ELPS: 5Ei- employ increasingly complex grammatical structures in content-area writing Look at this model sentence: He was close to twenty and had needs with the neighborhood girls, but no money to spend, and he couldn’t get more than an occasional few cents because his father was poor, and his sister Sophie, a tall, bony girl of twenty-three, earned very little, and what she had she kept to herself. Bernard Maalamud,, “A Summer’s Reading” What is the appositive phrase in this sentence? Where is the appositive phrase located? Wednesday November 12 TSW use a mentor sentence to correctly write an appositive phrase.

4 TEK: 17Ai- more complex active and passive tenses and verbals ELPS: 5Ei- employ increasingly complex grammatical structures in content-area writing Look at this model sentence: He was close to twenty and had needs with the neighborhood girls, but no money to spend, and he couldn’t get more than an occasional few cents because his father was poor, and his sister Sophie, a tall, bony girl of twenty-three, earned very little, and what she had she kept to herself. Bernard Maalamud,, “A Summer’s Reading” What is the appositive phrase in this sentence? Where is the appositive phrase located? Wednesday November 12 TSW use a mentor sentence to correctly write an appositive phrase.

5 TEK: 17Ai- more complex active and passive tenses and verbals ELPS: 5Ei- employ increasingly complex grammatical structures in content-area writing Look at this model sentence: He was close to twenty and had needs with the neighborhood girls, but no money to spend, and he couldn’t get more than an occasional few cents because his father was poor, and his sister Sophie, a tall, bony girl of twenty- three, earned very little, and what she had she kept to herself. Bernard Maalamud,, “A Summer’s Reading” Okay, now let’s sequence it- 1.Independent Clause 2.Dependent Clause using a FANBOY 3.Dependent Clause using a FANBOY 4.Independent Clause using a FANBOY 5.Dependent Clause using AAAWWUBBIS 6.Dependent Clause using the Subject 7.Appositive Phrase 8.Verb 9.Adjective, Direct Object 10.Independent Clause using a FANBOY Wednesday November 12 TSW use a mentor sentence to correctly write an appositive phrase.

6 TEK: 17Ai- more complex active and passive tenses and verbals/ELPS: 5Ei- employ increasingly complex grammatical structures in content-area writing Model sentence: He was close to twenty and had needs with the neighborhood girls, but no money to spend, and he couldn’t get more than an occasional few cents because his father was poor, and his sister Sophie, a tall, bony girl of twenty-three, earned very little, and what she had she kept to herself. Bernard Maalamud,, “A Summer’s Reading” So you unscramble this one, write it to imitate the model- a)We were far from our destination. b)In addition, we were making good time on the interstate. c)But there was no time to squander. d)In addition, Dad wouldn’t stop more than twice a day. e)Although we kids were itchy, he wouldn’t stop. f)In addition, Mom was the one who kept the peace. g)She was a shrewd, gentle arbitrator. h)She had Solomon’s mind. i)She circumvented some flare-ups j)And she did something with those she couldn’t circumvent. k)She left those to Heaven. Wednesday November 12 TSW use a mentor sentence to correctly write an appositive phrase.

7 TEK: 17Ai- more complex active and passive tenses and verbals/ELPS: 5Ei- employ increasingly complex grammatical structures in content-area writing Model sentence: He was close to twenty and had needs with the neighborhood girls, but no money to spend, and he couldn’t get more than an occasional few cents because his father was poor, and his sister Sophie, a tall, bony girl of twenty- three, earned very little, and what she had she kept to herself. Bernard Maalamud,, “A Summer’s Reading” So you should have written it like this- We were far from our destination and were making good time on the interstate, but no time to squander, and Dad wouldn’t stop more than twice a day although we kids were itchy, and Mom, a shrewd, gentle arbitrator with Solomon’s mind, circumvented some flare-ups, and those she couldn’t she left to Heaven. Tuesday November 4 TSW use a mentor sentence to correctly write an appositive phrase.

8 Wednesday November 12 TEK: 17C- use a variety of correctly structured sentences; 19B- use reading skills to understand author’s message ELPS: 5F- write using a variety of grade appropriate sentence lengths, patterns; 4J- expand reading skills…inference. 1.Review the “Outbreak” article from the Junior Scholastic magazine. 2.Look on page 14- Find the Your Turn activity. 3.On a new front page of your journal, complete the activity by writing an essay that answers the questions. Ms. Baskin is your audience, so use high formal diction and make sure to include a variety of sentence types from the syntax lessons of last week. Show evidence of brainstorming. 4.Skip Lines on the Essay! (plan to re-do if you don’t) 5.GT- choose a different audience, changing diction and syntax to relate to the specific audience.

9 Wednesday November 12 TEK: 17C- use a variety of correctly structured sentences; 19B- use reading skills to understand author’s message ELPS: 5F- write using a variety of grade appropriate sentence lengths, patterns; 4J- expand reading skills…inference. Be sure to provide textual evidence and analysis for your answers!

10 Wednesday November 12 TEK: 17C- use a variety of correctly structured sentences; 19B- use reading skills to understand author’s message ELPS: 5F- write using a variety of grade appropriate sentence lengths, patterns; 4J- expand reading skills…inference. Homework- due tomorrow (Thursday) Finish your draft of the essay. It must be double spaced! That means it must skip lines!

11 Wednesday November 12 Advisory Period You must have prior written approval from a teacher before I let you leave Advisory Class. Federal Forms are due Friday! We start calling mom tomorrow! READ OR DO HOMEWORK! STAY QUIET! I will need Handbook Forms, 1 st Federal Forms.

12 TSW use the STAAR Rubric to revise and edit a short answer response. 1.Add to your journal the chart below. This is how your short answer responses will be scored and graded. TEK: 7- [ELPS: 1H- Monday September 22 TEK: 7- author’s use of sensory language} [ELPS: 1H- develop and expand repertoire of learning strategies; 4J- demonstrate English comprehension and expand reading Score PointGrade Nothing0


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