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Warmup #1 Red Hot Root Words 7/8 PREFIXES: dia: through, across Per: through, across VOCABULARY: diagnose: to identify a disease through symptoms diagonal: a straight line through a figure from one corner to another diaphanous: transparent, capable of being seen through perambulate: to walk through, over or around percolate: to drip through a small opening or to filter a liquid perforate: to make holes in something
Reflection Write down three facts that you already knew about civil rights in the United States.
Warmup #2 Red Hot Root Words 7/8 VOCABULARY: Prefixes: e, ec, ef, ex: out of outside extra, exter: out of, outside, excessive VOCABULARY: persistence: continuing stubbornly without giving up, determination pervasive: having the power to be spread or pass through eccentric: ignoring social conventions, odd ecstacy: happiness; overwhelming feelings of joy
REFLECTION What is one thing you know about Carolyn McKinstry just from reading today?
Warmup #3 Red Hot Root Words 7/8 VOCABULARY: effervescence: to give off bubbles; to show excitement or liveliness effusive: demonstrative; unreserved; overflowing; pouring out eject: throw out excerpt: a selected passage from a book or article exodus: a departure or journey away from a place expulsion: a forcing out
REFLECTION What are your impressions of Carolyn McKinstry’s family?
Warmup #4 DGP Week 4 the dance was on friday it was fun
REFLECTION If you had lived during the days of the civil rights movement, do you think you would have been a protestor? Why or why not?
Warmup #5 QUICK WRITE If you had to choose, would you rather be rich or famous? If you’d rather be rich, how would you spend your money? If you’d rather be famous, what would you like to be famous for?
REFLECTION What civil rights problems do you think we face today?