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1 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

2 Agenda: 11/13/12 DOL Warmup Thematic Focus

3 Reminders today  INs this week  AoW 11 Friday next week  RJ1 Monday

4 Thematic Focus Open textbook to pages Using the time line displayed, answer the critical questions on the handout, on a piece of binder paper

5 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

6 Agenda: 11/14/12 DOL Warmup Literary Genres of the Period

7 Reminders this week  AoW 11 Friday next week  RJ1 Monday

8 Literary Genres of the Period Using your textbooks (Story of our Times p220) or internet-enabled devices, research your assigned topic  Romanticism (literary/artistic/philosophical movement)  Transcendentalism (philosophical movement) On your group poster, write a brief introduction/overview in bullet points, including  Major/Core Beliefs How is it defined/recognized from other movements?  Important Figures (authors, philosophers)  Origins/Contributing Causes

9 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

10 Agenda: 11/15/12 DOL Warmup Literary Influences “The Devil and Tom Walker”

11 Reminders tomorrow  AoW 11 next week  RJ1 Monday

12 Literary Influences Romanticism  elevates imagination over reason  elevates intuition over fact  revels in nature  accents the more fantastic aspects of the humans experience

13 Literary Influences Transcendentalism  the understanding a person gains intuitively, not from traditional education  the most fundamental truths lie outside the experience of the senses “the Over-Soul…a universal and benign omnipresence”  not always optimistic darker depths of the human soul/common experience

14 “The Devil and Tom Walker” On a piece of paper, answer the following questions in reframed sentences:  What is the thing that you want most in the world? What would you be willing to give, sell, or trade for it? Follow along in your textbook starting on p236  I will be pausing to give questions to be answered on that paper

15 “The Devil and Tom Walker” 1.Summarize what you have learned about the Walkers at this point in the story 2.What do you think is the identity of the black man Tom encounters in the old fort? What details from the text support that? 3.What happened to Tom’s wife? What does his reaction show about his feelings for her?

16 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

17 Agenda: 11/16/12 DOL Warmup “The Devil and Tom Walker” Turn ‘n’ Talk

18 Reminders today  AoW 11 next class  RJ1 & Analysis Monday next week  DOL + Reflection Tuesday

19 “The Devil and Tom Walker” 4.What are the terms of the Devil’s agreement? 5.What does “In proportion to the distress of the applicant was the hardness of his terms” mean? 6.How did Tom change as he grew old? (Specifically, what did he start doing) Why?

20 “The Devil and Tom Walker” Do you think Tom deserved what he got? Why/why not? In your table groups, identify elements of the story that show either the Romantic or Transcendentalist influence and write them down on your individual papers.

21 Turn ‘n’ Talk Get out your AoW Turn to someone at your table who also did it  If no one at your table did it, find someone who has Write down on the back of your reflection the name of your TnT partner Share 3. Three things you found interesting 2. Two questions you have after reading 1. One new thing you learned

22 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

23 Agenda: 11/19/12 DOL Warmup Fireside Poets

24 Reminders today  RJ1 & Analysis tomorrow  DOL + Reflection

25 Fireside Poets Jigsaw In your table groups for your assigned poem (starting on p248): 1.summarize the stanzas If stanzas are long (“Thanatopsis” or “from Snowbound”, break it down and summarize every 4-6 lines 2.identify the major theme or message 3.identify elements of Romanticism and/or Transcendentalism Stanza/LinesKey DetailsSummary 1 2

26 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

27 Agenda: 11/20/12 DOL Warmup Vocabulary 3-1 Definitions Review Literary Influences

28 Reminders today  DOL + Reflection next class  Reading Journal 2 & Analysis next week  Vocabulary Definitions & Sentences Tuesday  DOL & Reflection Wednesday  Vocabulary Review & Quiz Thursday  AoW #12 Friday

29 Vocabulary Definitions 1.Teacher reads word 2.Class repeats word 3.Teacher reads sentence 4.Students individually guess word’s meaning 5.Repeat 1-4 to end 6.Students get definitions for HW  Do NOT use word as part of definition  Definitions must be 3 words or more long  Definition must match both part of speech and way word is used in sample sentence

30 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

31 Agenda: 11/26/12 DOL Warmup “The Fall of the House of Usher” Groupwork

32 Reminders today  Reading Journal 2 & Analysis tomorrow  Vocabulary Definitions & Sentences this week  DOL & Reflection Wednesday  Vocabulary Review & Quiz Thursday  AoW #12 Friday next week  Reading Journal 3 & Analysis Monday

33 “The Fall of the House of Usher” p297  Reader: Reads story aloud to rest of group in private voice  Summarizer: Writes brief summary of key points read  Vocabulary Enricher: Looks up words that are unknown by any group member, esp if it interferes with understanding  Connector/Questioner Connects events/characters to –Other events/characters in real life –Other events/characters in other stories –Personal life –Major ideas in unit Asks questions for discussion If only 3 in group, Reader is also V.E. or C./Q.

34 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

35 Agenda: 11/27/12 DOL Warmup Vocabulary Review 3-1 “The Fall of the House of Usher” Groupwork

36 Reminders today  Vocabulary Definitions & Sentences tomorrow  DOL & Reflection this week  Vocabulary Review & Quiz Thursday  AoW #12 Friday next week  Reading Journal 3 & Analysis Monday

37 Vocabulary Review: Unit 3-1 Column 1: Fill in the words & parts of speech Column 2: Your best recollection of the definition Column 3: Rate your knowledge/comfort with the word now Column 4: The actual definition, from your chart or dictionary (for HW) demarcation (n) ostentation (n) parsimony (n) efface (v) extort (v) multifarious (adj) multitudinous (adj) ominous (adj) querulous (adj) sublime (adj)

38 “The Fall of the House of Usher” p297 Must choose DIFFERENT roles for pt2 If not finished with pt1, finish that first  Reader: Reads story aloud  Summarizer: Writes brief summary of key points  Vocabulary Enricher: Looks up unfamiliar words  Connector/Questioner Connects events/characters to –Other events/characters in real life –Other events/characters in other stories –Personal life –Major ideas in unit Asks questions for discussion If only 3 in group, Reader is also V.E. or C./Q.

39 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

40 Agenda: 11/28/12 DOL Warmup “The Fall of the House of Usher” Groupwork

41 Reminders today  DOL & Reflection tomorrow  Vocabulary Review & Quiz this week  AoW #12 Friday next week  Reading Journal 3 & Analysis Monday

42 “The Fall of the House of Usher” p297 Must choose DIFFERENT roles for pt3 If not finished with pt2, finish that first  Reader: Reads story aloud  Summarizer: Writes brief summary of key points  Vocabulary Enricher: Looks up unfamiliar words  Connector/Questioner Connects events/characters to –Other events/characters in real life –Other events/characters in other stories –Personal life –Major ideas in unit Asks questions for discussion If only 3 in group, Reader is also V.E. or C./Q.

43 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

44 Agenda: 11/29/12 DOL Warmup Vocabulary 3-1 Quiz “The Fall of the House of Usher” Groupwork

45 Reminders today  Vocabulary Review & Quiz tomorrow  AoW #12 Friday next week  Reading Journal 3 & Analysis Monday

46 Vocabulary Quiz I will distribute tests when it is quiet Fill in the blanks with the correct words from the word bank  Points will be deducted if word is misspelled Turn test over on desk when finished  Non-disruptive electronics use is welcome once test is completed Remain quiet until everyone is finished or time is up

47 Vocabulary Quiz Reflection Complete the following sentences on the back of your quiz 1.On this quiz I scored a _____. 2.I expected to score a _____. 3.The reason(s) why I did/not meet my expectation is/are ___________________. *You WILL still be doing a Word Wall this grading period, just on a separate sheet of paper

48 “The Fall of the House of Usher” p297 Finish what you haven’t; today’s the last day Everyone in the group should have served at least once in each role  Reader: Reads story aloud  Summarizer: Writes brief summary of key points  Vocabulary Enricher: Looks up unfamiliar words  Connector/Questioner Connects events/characters to –Other events/characters in real life –Other events/characters in other stories –Personal life –Major ideas in unit Asks questions for discussion If only 3 in group, Reader is also V.E. or C./Q.

49 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

50 Agenda: 11/30/12 DOL Warmup AoW Turn ‘n’ Talk “The Fall of the House of Usher” Review

51 Reminders today  AoW #12 Friday next class  Reading Journal 3 & Analysis Monday

52 Turn ‘n’ Talk Get out your AoW Turn to someone at your table who also did it  If no one at your table did it, find someone who has Write down on the back of your reflection the name of your TnT partner Share (and write down your partner’s answers) 3. Three things you found interesting 2. Two questions you have after reading 1. One new thing you learned

53 Usher Review Work with your group to answer the question on your card  Write group names on the red line and answer on the blue lines  Use evidence from the story to support Best answer of the 2 wins candy!

54 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

55 Agenda: 12/3/12 DOL Warmup “The Minister’s Black Veil”

56 Reminders today  Reading Journal 3 & Analysis this week  DOL & Reflection Wednesday  Vocabulary 3-2 Definitions Thursday  AoW 13 Friday

57 Group Discussion Choose letter A, B, C, & D a.What are all the reasons someone might wish to cover his/her face? b.How would it feel to have a long conversation with someone whose face was completely covered? What would make it different than any other conversation? What would be lacking? c.What effects can it have on a group when someone familiar to them dramatically changes his/her appearance? How might they feel? d.How much effect does a person's appearance have on how s/he is judged by society? Why do you believe this is so?

58 “The Minister’s Black Veil” p318 Listen to audio and, while listening, complete task  Summarizer: Writes brief summary of key points  Connector Connects events/characters to –Other events/characters in real life –Other events/characters in other stories –Major themes/ideas in unit –*At least two connections must be discussing symbolism –*At least one connection must be identifying Romantic elements  Questioner: creates questions for discussion If 4 in group, 2 are connectors

59 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

60 Agenda: 12/4/12 DOL Warmup Vocabulary Definitions 3-2 “The Minister’s Black Veil”

61 Reminders tomorrow  DOL & Reflection this week  Vocabulary 3-2 Definitions Thursday  AoW 13 Friday

62 Vocabulary Definitions 1.Teacher reads word 2.Class repeats word 3.Teacher reads sentence 4.Students individually guess word’s meaning 5.Repeat 1-4 to end 6.Students get definitions for HW  Do NOT use word as part of definition  Definitions must be 3 words or more long  Definition must match both part of speech and way word is used in sample sentence

63 “The Minister’s Black Veil” p322 DIFFERENT TASKS FROM YESTERDAY Listen to audio and, while listening, complete task  Summarizer: Writes brief summary of key points  Connector Connects events/characters to –Other events/characters in real life –Other events/characters in other stories –Major themes/ideas in unit –*At least two connections must be discussing symbolism –*At least one connection must be identifying Romantic elements  Questioner: creates questions for discussion If 4 in group, 2 are connectors

64 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

65 Agenda: 12/5/12 DOL Warmup Author’s Message “The Minister’s Black Veil” Review

66 Reminders today  DOL & Reflection tomorrow  Vocabulary 3-2 Definitions this week  AoW 13 Friday

67 Important Announcements All late work must be turned in by Friday, 12/14  NO EXCEPTIONS (even if absent)

68 Author’s Message What does this passage suggest about human nature?  Each member of the congregation, the most innocent girl, and the man of hardened breast, felt as if the preacher had crept upon them, behind his awful veil, and discovered their hoarded iniquity of deed or thought.

69 Author’s Message What does this passage suggest about human nature?  The next day, the whole village of Milford talked of little else than Parson Hooper’s black veil. That, and the mystery concealed behind it, supplied a topic of discussion between acquaintances meeting in the street, and good women gossiping at their open windows. It was the first item of news that the tavernkeeper told his guests. The children babbled of it on their way to school…

70 Author’s Message What does this passage suggest about human nature?  At length it was found expedient to send a deputation of the church, in order to deal with Mr. Hooper about the mystery, before it should grow into a scandal…But that piece of crape, to their imagination, seemed to hang down before his heart, the symbol of a fearful secret between him and them. Were the veil but cast aside, they might speak freely of it, but not till then. Thus they sat a considerable time, speechless, confused, and shrinking uneasily from Mr. Hooper’s eye, which they felt to be fixed upon them with an invisible glance. Finally, the deputies returned abashed to their constituents, pronouncing the matter too weighty to be handled, except by a council of the churches, if, indeed, it might not require a general synod.

71 Minister Review Work with your group to answer the question on your card  Write group names on the red line and answer on the blue lines  Use evidence from the story to support Best answer of the 2 wins candy!

72 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

73 Agenda: 12/6/12 DOL Warmup Vocabulary Flashcards The Transcendental Club

74 Reminders today  Vocabulary 3-2 Definitions tomorrow  AoW 13 next week  Reading Journal 4 & Analysis Monday  Vocabulary 3-2 Sentences Tuesday  DOL & Reflection Wednesday  Vocabulary 3-2 Review & Quiz Thursday  AoW #14 Friday ALL LATE WORK IN FRIDAY; NO EXCEPTIONS

75 Vocabulary Flashcards Share w/ partner your definition  Decide which of you has the best definition On the red line:  Write your assigned word (on the left)  Write your names (on the right) On the lined side of the index card:  LABEL & write the dictionary definition (3+ words)  LABEL & write the paraphrased definition (3+ words) On the unlined side  Create a graphic or symbol to represent your word Words/letters can be no more than 25% of total

76 Transcendental Club: Emerson Quarter your paper and label each quarter with the letters A, B, C, & D In your group of 4, determine who is A, B, C, & D, then circle your chosen letter A.from Nature p364 B.from Self-Reliance p366 C.“The Snowstorm” p368 D.“Concord Hymn” p369

77 Transcendental Club: Emerson 1.Read your assigned reading to yourself and write:  1-2 sentences summarizing theme  1 sentence IDing transcendentalist influences 2.VERBALLY share out with your group briefly, filling in the quarters for their selections 3.When finished, complete the front of the worksheet

78 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

79 Agenda: 12/7/12 DOL Warmup Turn n Talk: AoW 13 Review Transcendentalism Challenge

80 Reminders today  AoW 13 next class  Reading Journal 4 & Analysis next week  Vocabulary 3-2 Sentences Tuesday  DOL & Reflection Wednesday  Vocabulary 3-2 Review & Quiz Thursday  AoW #14 Friday ALL LATE WORK IN FRIDAY; NO EXCEPTIONS

81 Turn ‘n’ Talk Get out your AoW Turn to someone at your table who also did it  If no one at your table did it, find someone who has Write down on the back of your reflection the name of your TnT partner Share (and write down your partner’s answers) 3. Three things you found interesting 2. Two questions you have after reading 1. One new thing you learned

82 Transcendentalism Worksheet 1.Nature is a setting that fits equally well a comic or a mourning piece. In good health, the air is a cordial of incredible virtue. A.The human spirit can intuitively comprehend the fundamental truths of the universe. B.The human spirit is reflected in nature. C.All forms of being are spiritually united.

83 Transcendentalism Worksheet 2.The currents of the Universal Being circulate through me; I am part or parcel of God. A.The human spirit can intuitively comprehend the fundamental truths of the universe. B.The human spirit is reflected in nature. C.All forms of being are spiritually united.

84 Transcendentalism Worksheet 3.The greatest delight which the fields and woods minister is the suggestion of an occult relation between man and the vegetable. A.The human spirit can intuitively comprehend the fundamental truths of the universe. B.The human spirit is reflected in nature. C.All forms of being are spiritually united.

85 Transcendentalism Worksheet 4.Nature always wears the colors of the spirit. A.The human spirit can intuitively comprehend the fundamental truths of the universe. B.The human spirit is reflected in nature. C.All forms of being are spiritually united.

86 Transcendentalism Worksheet 5.The power which resides in him is new in nature, and none but he knows what it is which he can do. A.The human spirit can intuitively comprehend the fundamental truths of the universe. B.The human spirit is reflected in nature. C.All forms of being are spiritually united.

87 Transcendentalism Worksheet 6.Trust thyself: every heart vibrates to that iron string. A.The human spirit can intuitively comprehend the fundamental truths of the universe. B.The human spirit is reflected in nature. C.All forms of being are spiritually united.

88 Transcendentalism Worksheet 7.Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of our own mind. A.The human spirit can intuitively comprehend the fundamental truths of the universe. B.The human spirit is reflected in nature. C.All forms of being are spiritually united.

89 Challenge Accepted! Complete the worksheet “Challenging the Text” with your table groups  Feel free to use the textbooks if you need to Due at the end of class in the tray (along with your AoWs)

90 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

91 Agenda: 12/10/12 DOL Warmup Transcendentalism: Thoreau

92 Reminders today  Reading Journal 4 & Analysis tomorrow  Vocabulary 3-2 Sentences this week  DOL & Reflection Wednesday  Vocabulary 3-2 Review & Quiz Thursday  AoW #14 Friday ALL LATE WORK IN FRIDAY; NO EXCEPTIONS

93 Back to Nature In your table groups discuss the following:  What would it be like to live without modern conveniences?  What might a person learn or experience by returning to Nature?  How, in your life, do you maintain a connection with Nature/the natural world?

94 “from Walden”  Reader: Reads story aloud to rest of group in private voice  Summarizer: Writes brief summary of key points read  Vocabulary Enricher: Looks up words that are unknown by any group member, esp if it interferes with understanding  Investigator Finds quotes/info to answer directed question: –What is the author’s philosophy? If only 3 in group, Reader is also V.E. Switch roles each section (2 pgs)

95 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

96 Agenda: 12/11/12 DOL Warmup Vocabulary Review 3-2 Transcendentalism: Thoreau

97 Reminders today  Vocabulary 3-2 Sentences tomorrow  DOL & Reflection this week  Vocabulary 3-2 Review & Quiz Thursday  AoW #14 Friday ALL LATE WORK IN FRIDAY; NO EXCEPTIONS

98 Vocabulary Review: Unit 3-2 Column 1: Fill in the words & parts of speech Column 2: Your best recollection of the definition Column 3: Rate your knowledge/comfort with the word now Column 4: The actual definition, from your chart or dictionary (for HW) iniquity (n) obeisance (n) vagary (n) anomalous (adj) equivocal (adj) impertinent (adj) indecorous (adj) sagacious (adj) tremulous (adj) venerable (adj)

99 “from Walden”  Reader: Reads story aloud to rest of group in private voice  Summarizer: Writes brief summary of key points read  Vocabulary Enricher: Looks up words that are unknown by any group member, esp if it interferes with understanding  Investigator Finds quotes/info to answer directed question: –What is the author’s philosophy? If only 3 in group, Reader is also V.E. Switch roles each section (2 pgs)

100 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

101 Agenda: 12/12/12 DOL Warmup Transcendentalism: Thoreau

102 Reminders today  DOL & Reflection tomorrow  Vocabulary 3-2 Review & Quiz this week  AoW #14 Friday ALL LATE WORK IN FRIDAY; NO EXCEPTIONS next week  Word Wall & Practice Monday  Grading Period Reflection Day of Final  Book review Day of Final

103 What is Thoreau’s philosophy? “I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived. I did not wish to live what was not life, living is so dear; nor did I wish to practice resignation, unless it was quite necessary. I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life, to live so sturdily and Spartan-like as to put to rout all that was not life, to cut a broad swath and shave close, to drive life into a corner, and reduce it to its lowest terms, and, if it proved to be mean, why then to get the whole and genuine meanness of it, and publish its meanness to the world; or if it were sublime, to know it by experience, and be able to give a true account of it in my next excursion.”

104 How do you measure up? Write a reflection evaluating Thoreau’s philosophy. Include the following topics:  Do you believe this is a worthy philosophy to live your life?  If you were to die tomorrow, could you say that you had really lived?  What do you do to “suck out all the marrow of life”? A=1pg, C=1/2pg

105 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

106 Agenda: 12/13/12 DOL Warmup Vocabulary Quiz 3-2 Emily Dickinson

107 Reminders today  Vocabulary 3-2 Review & Quiz  Thoreau Reflection tomorrow  AoW #14 Friday ALL LATE WORK IN FRIDAY; NO EXCEPTIONS next week  Word Wall & Practice Monday  DOL & Reflection Monday  Reading Journal & Reflection Monday  Grading Period Reflection Day of Final  Book review Day of Final

108 Vocabulary Quiz I will distribute tests when it is quiet Fill in the blanks with the correct words from the word bank  Points will be deducted if word is misspelled Turn test over on desk when finished  Non-disruptive electronics use is welcome once test is completed Remain quiet until everyone is finished or time is up

109 Vocabulary Quiz Reflection Copy & complete the following sentences on the back of your quiz 1.On this quiz I scored a _____. 2.I expected to score a _____. 3.The reason(s) why I did/not meet my expectation is/are ___________________. *You WILL still be doing a Word Wall this grading period, just on a separate sheet of paper

110 Poetry  “suck out all the marrow of life”  “to cut a broad swath and shave close”  “to drive life into a corner” What is poetry?

111 Emily Dickinson On a piece of paper, write down the first five words that occur to you when you hear the word… ALONE very private most works unpublished until death

112 Emily Dickinson Open TB to p396 As you listen, jot down on your paper 3 things you notice about each poem, perhaps things that seem anomalous Discuss in your table groups what those things might mean? Why were the poems constructed that way?

113 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

114 Agenda: 12/14/12 DOL Warmup Turn ‘n’ Talk Emily Dickinson

115 Reminders today  AoW #14 ALL LATE WORK IN FRIDAY; NO EXCEPTIONS next class  Word Wall & Practice  DOL & Reflection  Reading Journal & Reflection next week  Grading Period Reflection Day of Final  Book review Day of Final

116 Turn ‘n’ Talk Get out your AoW Turn to someone at your table who also did it  If no one at your table did it, find someone who has Write down on the back of your reflection the name of your TnT partner Share (and write down your partner’s answers) 3. Three things you found interesting 2. Two questions you have after reading 1. One new thing you learned

117 Emily Dickinson Oddities irregular use of meter  deviation from pentameter to trimeter or hexameter, sometimes dimeter slant rhyme unconventional capitalization unconventional punctuation (hyphens) short lines direct language

118 Emily Dickinson Answer the following questions from p397 in reframed sentences  Critical Thinking #1  Compare Literary Works #5 Feel free to discuss the questions with your table mates if you like, but write your own answers on your own paper Turn into the tray by the end of class

119 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

120 Agenda: 12/17/12 Walt Whitman Unit Test Review

121 Reminders today  Word Wall & Practice  DOL & Reflection  Reading Journal & Reflection this week  Grading Period Reflection Day of Final  Book review Day of Final

122 Walt Whitman Open TB to p414 Read the three poems given and discuss the following topics with your table: 1.How do his poems differ stylistically from those of Dickinson and other poets? 2.What transcendentalist influences do you see?

123 Unit Test Review 50 Multiple Choice Questions 1 Short Essay  1/4p=B  1/2p=A

124 Unit Test Review Part 1: Literature (25 questions)  Historical Background/Literature of the Period p Influences: Romanticism, Transcendentalism  Fireside Poets: Bryant, Holmes, Lowell, Whittier  Romantics: Irving, Poe, Hawthorne  Transcendentalists: Emerson, Thoreau  Poets: Dickinson, Whitman

125 Unit Test Review Part 2: DOL Review (25 questions)  Capitalization, apostrophes, commas, pronouns & antecedents, plurals, compound subjects, subject-verb agreement, comparisons, precise word revision, quotations, subordinate clauses, hyphens, dangling modifiers, underlining/italics, combining sentences, restrictive & nonrestrictive phrases, commonly misspelled words, question marks, split infinitives, parentheses, semicolons, run-on sentences

126 Unit Test Review Part 2: DOL Review (25 questions) Ex: James wanted to go to the park, however; his Mom says he was too sick and needed to rest. What is the best way to correct the underlined section? a.park, however, his Mom says b.park; however, his Mom said c.park; however, his mom says d.park; however, his mom said

127 An Early Holiday Gift You are welcome to use 1 3”x5” notecard on the multiple choice portion of the test

128 Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 3: A Growing Nation

129 Agenda: Semester 1 Finals Unit Test Book Reviews

130 Reminders today  Grading Period Reflection  Book review

131 Unit Test Mark answers on bubble sheet only  Ignore “Form”; there is no Form Letter Turn in Multiple Choice part of test before beginning essay, then pick up textbooks  Write essay on back of answer sheet Non-disruptive use of electronics is welcome after test is completed and turned in Book Reviews will start when all tests have been turned in, or halfway through the period (whichever comes first)

132 Book Reviews Group yourselves into equal groups (3-4)  No two of the same book  Evenly distributed speakers/oral presenters At LEAST one per table  Someone with a stopwatch/timing device Do IR activities on a piece of binder paper with your name on it (Chart on the front, Thoughts on the back) Staple ALL of your IR activities with your book reviews together in ONE packet to turn in (unless you are turning in book review online)


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