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Lesson 12 Turn in autobiographical packet. Clauses: Main and Subordinate (Independent and Dependent) Main Clause (complete sentence) Subordinate Clause.

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1 Lesson 12 Turn in autobiographical packet

2 Clauses: Main and Subordinate (Independent and Dependent) Main Clause (complete sentence) Subordinate Clause (incomplete sentence) Main Clause: She got a B in Stress Management. Subordinate Clause: When he hid the watermelon under his shirt.

3 Clauses: Main and Subordinate (Independent and Dependent) Part I: Identify whether the following clauses are main or subordinate. Write M for main and S for subordinate. ___ 1. The movie Disturbia is a remake of the Alfred Hitchcock classic Rear Window. ___ 2. Which was because his aunt had hairy knuckles.. ___ 3. Lady Gaga became famous in New Jersey. ___ 4. Before he transferred to clown school. ___ 5. Unless Sherri gets across the tightrope.

4 PART 2: AAAWWUUBBIS After Although As When While Until Unless Before Because If Since After I went to the bank, I went shopping. Subordinate: After I went to the bank IF THERE IS AN AAAWWUUBBIS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SENTENCE, THEN YOU NEED A COMMA.

5 The Road to Independence “These are the times that try men’s souls.” ~Thomas Paine

6 Patrick Henry ▫Born May 29, 1736 in Hanover County, Virginia ▫Protested British tyranny ▫Symbol of American struggle for liberty ▫Served in the Virginia House of Burgesses and the Continental Congress ▫Five-term governor of Virginia ▫Delivered the famous "Give me liberty or give me death!" speech. ▫Died June 6, 1799 at Red Hill Plantation, Virginia

7 Skill: Point of view and Style RI.6 Determine an author's point of view or purpose in a text in which the rhetoric is particularly effective, analyzing how style and content contribute to the power, persuasiveness, or beauty of the text.

8 "Give me liberty, or give me death!" Patrick Henry’s “Speech to the Virginia Convention” in March of 1775 King George had declared all 13 North American colonies to be in a state of open rebellion. The Royal Governor of Virginia, had ordered all the gunpowder in Williamsburg seized and stored aboard his ship anchored in the Virginia harbor, to keep it out of the hands local patriot forces. Patrick Henry, then a Virginia militia Colonel, with his militia troops faced down Lord Dunmore, forcing the British Governor in the famous "Gunpowder Affair" to return the large quantity of gunpowder. Ever since those days, the Bill of Rights 2nd Amendment "Right to Bear Arms" (including gunpowder) has been a precious liberty and guarantee of freedom for Virginians and all Americans.

9 Patrick Henry ▫Talk to the text Identify thesis and evidence Answer 6 multiple choice questions

10 The effects of the first paragraph include all of the following EXCEPT A.Emphasizing how important Henry considers that issue he is addressing B.Justifying Henry’s vehement expression of an opposing opinion. C.Showing Henry’s deference for those whose opinions he is about to attack D.Establishing that Henry is more educated and more religious than his opponents E.Setting the tone of the speech which is to follow

11 The primary point of the following sentences (from paragraph 2) is that Henry Mr. President, it is natural to man to indulge in the illusions of hope. We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth, and listen to the song of that siren, till she transforms us into beasts. A.Hopes, as his opponents do, that war can be averted B.Understands why his opponents are resistant to war C.Has shared his opponents’ viewpoint until very recently D.Is less inclined to be fooled than are other men E.Believes that hope is unwarranted in most situations

12 The second and third paragraphs contain examples of all of the following EXCEPT A.Simile B.Biblical Allusion C.Metaphor D.Rhetorical question E.Mythological Allusion


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