Presentation on theme: "1.Open your Bellwork notebook to the next empty page in the yellow section. 2.Write today’s date at the top. 3.Draw the two boxes below. 4.Copy the information."— Presentation transcript:
1.Open your Bellwork notebook to the next empty page in the yellow section. 2.Write today’s date at the top. 3.Draw the two boxes below. 4.Copy the information and complete the task. Happy Monday! I’m so glad to see you! Root Word: graph Meaning: write List as many words that include the root word graph. Root Word: act Meaning: do List as many words that include the root word act.
Tuesday is Terrific! 1.Open your Bellwork notebook to the yellow section. You will add today’s bellwork underneath what you did yesterday for bellwork. Do not skip pages. 2.Write today’s date. 3.Complete the assignment. Directions: Write each sentence and fill in the blank with the correct word. Next to each sentence, explain how you know you used the correct word. 1. I placed my backpack ________________ (buy, bye, by) the computer. 2. My mom took me to Target to ___________ (buy, bye, by) me my school supplies. 3. It is so hard to say __________ (buy, bye, by) to my best friend.
Wonderful Wednesday! Editing Celebrity Tweets! Open your bellwork notebook. You will add today’s bellwork underneath what you did yesterday. Do not skip pages. Write today’s date, then complete the assignment. Kim Kardashian posted this Tweet on Twitter, but I see some mistakes! Re-write her tweet and make sure you use correct rules of conventions. (grammar, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling) Daniel Radcliffe posted this Tweet on Twitter, but I see some mistakes! Re- write his tweet and make sure you use correct rules of conventions. Grammar, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling)
Grammar: Kim accidentally uses ‘Were’ (the passed tense of to be) instead of ‘We’re’ (a contraction for we are). Spelling: Kim uses a text speak contraction of the word family (fam). This was changed in the edited tweet. Punctuation: Only one form of punctuation should end a sentence. Kim uses 3 exclamation points. This is common in online writing, but is not appropriate in other forms of writing.
Thursday is Thrilling! Need 2 Know Bellwork Get a Need 2 Know Bellwork sheet from the center of your group. You will glue it onto the next blank page in your Bellwork section (yellow). Do not skip pages! Complete the Need 2 Know assignment.
Finally Friday! Word Wall Words Turn to your Word Wall Words sheet that we glued into the Bell work Section of your notebook. Copy the definitions for these words onto your sheet. These are words that we have used or discussed this week. Plot- Series of events in a story Setting- When and Where the story takes place Characters- people or animals in the story Exposition- background info. given at the beginning of a text Rising Action- when conflict begins Climax- turning point of the story, when clues are given as to how the conflict will end Falling Action-events after the climax Resolution- how the problem or conflict ends