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4 th 9 Weeks Bell ringers. March 10, 2014 Turn in Act IV and V questions to the tray. Make sure your name is on them. Take a few minutes to study for.

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1 4 th 9 Weeks Bell ringers

2 March 10, 2014 Turn in Act IV and V questions to the tray. Make sure your name is on them. Take a few minutes to study for your test today!

3 March 11, 2014 Sit with your assigned group (on the board— right side) Identify the gerund, participle, or infinitive in each sentence by underlining it and labeling it as G, P, or I. Write each sentence. 1.We are ready to celebrate Pi Day on Friday. 2.Celebrating Pi Day will be a fun way to end the week. 3.Looking forward to Pi Day, we are ready for Friday.

4 March 12, 2014 Identify the gerund, participle, or infinitive in each sentence by underlining it and labeling it as G, P, or I. Write each sentence. 1.Who are you going to pie, Mrs. Webb or Mrs. Acton? 2.My favorite pie to eat is chocolate. 3.Mixing the ingredients together, my grandmother begins to create a magnificent baked masterpiece. *(This one has 3 verbals!)

5 March 13, 2014 Fill in the blanks about verbals for review: 1.Gerunds act as ______________. 2.Participles act as _____________. 3.Infinitives may act as ____________, _______________, OR ____________.

6 March 14, 2014 Grab a lap top, and log on. Go to voki.com

7 March 17, 2014 Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Sit with your group (on board) Bell Ringer: What makes a group project successful? What can YOU do to make your group successful? Be prepared to share your answers.

8 March 18, 2014 Why are props and costumes so important in a play? Why do you think we include blocking and stage directions in our script writing?

9 March 19, 2014 What is the difference between an aside and a monologue? One of these is required in your script. Does your script have a monologue or aside in it? If not, make that correction in all of your group members’ scripts today!

10 March 20, 2014 Sit close to your group members. Name 3 specific things you can personally do to make your dramatic performance successful today/tomorrow.

11 March 21, 2014 Sit close to your group. It is Performance Day! Make sure your group has a script, director’s assignment sheet, updated props/costume list, and blocking sheet stapled and ready to hand to me before you perform.

12 March 31, 2014 Welcome Back! Grab a DGP folder, and begin a new Br page titled “DGP Week 15.” Follow Monday’s directions for the following sentence: both of the classes are noisy but mrs smiths class is noisier *After you done with DGP, get your things together for new seats!

13 April 1, 2014 Remember to sit in your new seats today. Grab a DGP folder. Complete Tuesday’s directions for the following sentence: both of the classes are noisy but mrs smiths class is noisier

14 April 2, 2014 Grab a DGP folder. Complete Wednesday’s directions for the following sentence: both of the classes are noisy but mrs smiths class is noisier

15 April 3, 2014 Grab a DGP folder. Complete Thursday’s directions for the following sentence: both of the classes are noisy but mrs smiths class is noisier

16 April 4, 2014 Diagram this week’s sentence

17 April 7, 2014 Respond to the following “interview” question using complete sentences and trying to show off your best self. *If you answered the question last week, answer again! Question: What is your dream job?

18 April 8, 2014 Respond to the following “interview” question in complete sentences: Give a time when you went above and beyond the requirements for a project.

19 April 9, 2014 Respond to the following “interview” question in complete sentences: What is your favorite website? Why?

20 April 10, 2014 Respond to the following “interview” question in complete sentences: Who’s your mentor? Why is that person your mentor?

21 April 11, 2014 Respond to the following “interview” question in complete sentences: What motivates you? Why?

22 April 14, 2014 You need your LITERATURE book today! Go get it. Pick up a DGP folder. Title a new BR page as DGP Week 17. Follow Monday’s directions for the following sentence: riding your bike by yourself at night can be dangerous

23 April 15, 2014 You need your LITERATURE book today! Go get it. Pick up a DGP folder. Title a new BR page as DGP Week 17. Follow Tuesday’s directions for the following sentence: riding your bike by yourself at night can be dangerous

24 April 16, 2014 DGP, Wed’s directions

25 April 17, 2014 Complete Thursday’s directions for the following sentence: riding your bike by yourself at night can be dangerous

26 April 21, 2014 Title this week’s bell ringers DGP Week 20. Follow Monday’s directions for the following sentence: the ducks that play around our dock like to eat popcorn

27 April 22, 2014 Title this week’s bell ringers DGP Week 20. Follow Tuesday’s directions for the following sentence: the ducks that play around our dock like to eat popcorn

28 April 23, 2014 *Lit Book Today* Title this week’s bell ringers DGP Week 20. Follow Wednesday’s directions for the following sentence: the ducks that play around our dock like to eat popcorn

29 April 24, 2014 *Reader’s Notebook* Follow Thursday’s directions for the following sentence: the ducks that play around our dock like to eat popcorn

30 April 28, 2014 *You may choose your group.* How does the root “-ous” contribute to the meaning of the word adventurous? How does the root “im-” contribute to the meaning of the word imprison? (You will have to figure out which “im-” it is! How does the root “–ive” contribute to the meaning of the word abusive?

31 April 29, 2014 *You need your Writing Coach textbook* How does the root “trans” contribute to the meaning of the word transport? How does the root “ceed” contribute to the meaning of concede? How does the root “vert” contribute to the meaning of the word convertible?

32 April 30, 2014 How does the root –vert- contribute to the meaning of the word revert? How does the root –ceed- contribute to the meaning of the word exceed? How does the root -ous contribute to the meaning of the word ambitious?

33 May 1, 2014 How does the root in- contribute to the meaning of the word inaudible? How does the root im- contribute to the meaning of the word improve? How does the root –cede contribute to the meaning of the word supercede?

34 May 2, 2014 How do the root in- and vert contribute to the meaning of the word invert?

35 May 5, 2014 Grab a DGP folder. Label this week’s DGP as DGP Week 21. Complete Monday’s directions for the following sentence: my friend devin who plays football for the packers can eat a pizza in two minutes but i eat slowly

36 May 6, 2014 Grab a DGP folder. Turn to DGP Week 21. Complete Tuesday’s directions for the following sentence: my friend devin who plays football for the packers can eat a pizza in two minutes but i eat slowly

37 May 7, 2014 *Sit with your assigned group.* Grab a DGP folder. Turn to DGP Week 21. Complete Wednesday’s directions for the following sentence: my friend devin who plays football for the packers can eat a pizza in two minutes but i eat slowly

38 May 8, 2014 *Sit with your NEW assigned group.* Turn to DGP Week 21. Add punctuation and correct capitalization to the following sentence: my friend devin who plays football for the packers can eat a pizza in two minutes but i eat slowly

39 May 9, 2014 Diagram sentence

40 May 12, 2014 For each of the following words, write down the word, underline the root, and define the root using your root chart. sacrifice audience postbellum

41 May 13, 2014 For each of the following words, write down the word, underline the root, and define the root using your root chart. Blissful Synonym Surpass

42 May 14, 2014 For each of the following words, write down the word, underline the root, and define the root using your root chart. Budgeteer Avalanche contractible

43 May 15, 2014 For each of the following words, write down the word, underline the root, and define the root using your root chart. Congratulations Invade Value

44 May 16, 2014 For each of the following words, write down the word, underline the root, and define the root using your root chart. Neonatal Inheritor retract


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