Presentation on theme: "Workshop II. access (noun) Meaning Example the ability to enter a place or use something I have access to email only on the weekends. Journal #1: Only."— Presentation transcript:
access (noun) Meaning Example the ability to enter a place or use something I have access to only on the weekends. Journal #1: Only teachers have access to _____________________.
networking (adjective) MEANING EXAMPLE related to sharing interests and making connections I went to the networking conference to meet new bloggers. Journal #2: I enjoy going to networking websites like __________________.
proportion (noun) EXAMPLE MEANING a certain part or fraction of a whole Only a small proportion of students voted for Max, so he did not win. Journal #3: A large proportion of students would like to have cell phones _________________ (banned or allowed) in school.
digital (adjective) EXAMPLE MEANING relating to electronic or computer-based technology I can download hundreds of photos from my digital camera to my computer. Journal #4: Digital images from my photo album will be downloaded to ______________________.
impersonate ( verb) MEANING EXAMPLE to pretend to be someone else For the talent show, Jim plans to wear a costume and impersonate his favorite celebrity. Journal #5: A ______________ can impersonate my voice.
inflict (verb) MEANING EXAMPLE to make someone else experience something unpleasant I would never inflict pain on my friends. Journal # 6: My goal is to never inflict suffering on others.
privacy (noun) MEANING EXAMPLE freedom from unwanted exposure I close the door so I can have privacy when I talk on the phone. Journal # 7: One place I go for privacy is ___________________.
vandalize (verb) MEANING EXAMPLE to harm or destroy property that belongs to someone else It is against the law to vandalize walls by painting graffiti on them. Journal # 8: Students should not vandalize the ________________ in school.