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English I 8/19-22/14
DBW(Daily Bell Work) for 8/19-20/14 Exercises: 7. Mr. and Mrs. Jones (commute, commutes) to the city by train. 8.The big oak tree in the front yard (shade, shades) our front porch most of the day. ***Label the subject and verb of each sentence. Rule: A singular subject takes a singular verb, whereas a plural subject takes a plural verb. Rule: Find the verb first, and then find the subject. Rule: The word that follows “of” can’t be the subject. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Gv0H-vPoDc
DBW(Daily Bell Work) for 8/21-22/14 Exercises: 9. Sue or Jill (is, are) likely to be voted this year’s prom queen. 10. Nothing ever (seem, seems) to bother him. ***Label the subject and verb of each sentence. Rule: A singular subject takes a singular verb, whereas a plural subject takes a plural verb. Rule: Find the verb first, and then find the subject. Rule: The word that follows “of” can’t be the subject.
DVW (Daily Vocabulary Work) for 8/19-22/14 6. Amicable – Agreeable. 7. Anachronistic – Out of date. 8. Anecdote – Short account of event. 9. Anonymous – Nameless. 10. Antagonist – Opponent; the character or force opposing the protagonist. Use individual whiteboards and markers to write five original sentences in which vocabulary words are used correctly. Be prepared to share with whole group. satact-vocabulary-words-flash-cards/
WFA 1 Data Analysis 8/15 & 18/14 ClassClass Average Eng I 2A78% Eng I 3A52% Honors Eng I 4A74% Eng I 4B74%
EOC English I Pre-TestData Analysis 8/21 & 22/14 ClassClass Average Eng I 2A69% Eng I 3A66% Honors Eng I 4A82% Eng I 4B67%
WFA 1 Data Analysis 8/15 & 18/14 Data Tracking Instructions: Write name, class, and date at top of data tracking sheet. Turn sheet to landscape position so that blank data prongs are on your left. Start at the top and use a colored pencil to create a bar graph of your WFA 1 score. Write “WFA 1 % =” and “Goal for WFA 2 = ”on the first data prong at the top of your page. Hole punch your data tracking sheet and place in the front of your binder.
Sample Set of Cornell Notes
Note Recap Cornell Notes for 8/15-18/14 Collegial Marked by power or authority vested equally in each of a number of colleagues colleagues Increase level of regular, daily participation Equal responsibility Classmates are colleagues Classmates share camaraderie and mutual respect CamaraderieA spirit of good, close fellowship CollaborateTo work together jointly with others Consensus Judgment arrived at by most of those concerned Or Majority Rule Active vs. PassiveActive – Engaging in energetic activity Passive - Receiving or subjected to an action without responding or initiating an action in return Protagonist The major character at the center of a literary work (short story, drama, poem, novel) AntagonistThe character or force opposing the protagonist.
Notes for Today 8/19 & 20/14 mbnail/plot-chart-diagram-poster- elements-of-literature-6-parts-of-plot- arc.jpg Infer – To conclude from evidence and reasoning rather than from explicit statements; to read between the lines.
Interview with Author “The Follower,” by Jack Gantos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nMfgJRFAuM
Daily Formative Assessment: Answers to Group Activity for “The Follower” and “How We Met” Provide an example of foreshadowing from the story. Provide an example of a flashback from the story. What narrative point of view is used in the story? Infer which character is the protagonist and which character or force is the antagonist. Create a plot diagram which includes all 7 steps. Plot the story on the diagram. Write summaries of each step and place on diagram. Discuss how characters in the story use free will or encounter fate.
Agenda for 8/21 & 22/14 Bell Work Notes Review/Whiteboard Drill Take EOC/Binder Check/College Options Survey Read/Complete Activities for “How We Met”