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1 Purpose  Language books  Page 357  #1-5  We will go over them.

2 Pop Quiz To create or produce 2. Coming into being, developing, or beginning 3. Too concerned with death, disease, decay, or other gruesome matters. 4. To embarrass, shame, or make to feel foolish 5. What does the Latin root “mort” mean? a) Birth b) death c) Natural d) kind Morbid Nascent Generate Mortify Word Bank 

3 Grade it!  Mark a line through the ones they got incorrect.  Write the number INCORRECT on the top left corner…  Write your first and last name under the number.

4 1. What are three parts of a paragraph? 2. How many paragraphs are there in a typical essay? 3. What is the first paragraph in an essay called? 4. Give me one example of what a supporting detail can include. 5. Tell me the central idea of the following paragraph: Like lots of other kids her age, eight-year-old Emily plays baseball, swims, and skis. She also has a favorite toy: a 19-inch doll named Susan who was handcrafted to look like her. Emily was born with spina bifida, a birth defect that has left her paralyzed from the waist down. Her look-alike doll, equipped with a pair of blue and silver “designer” braces, helps her remember that although she may be handicapped, she is definitely not out of the action. Intro, Supporting details, conclusion 5 Introduction Sensory Details Facts Examples Even if a person has a disability, they are still capable of doing things everyone else can do.

5 Second chance… 1. What is the function of the last paragraph in an essay? 2. What type of sentence introduces the main idea in a paragraph? 3. How many paragraphs are in a typical essay? 4. What is it called when you give credit to the person who came up with the information you put in your essay? 5. What is it called when you steal someone else’s words or ideas as your own?

6  What is a narrative?  story  How many parts are there?  3 (intro, body, ending)  Do you tell any narratives?

7 Introduction  Grab the reader’s attention  Introduce the setting  Introduce main characters

8 Body:  Provide detail, actions, adjectives  Present the problem  Steps to resolve the problem  Sequencing

9 Ending:  Resolve the problem  Leave a lasting message  Emotional

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13 Pop Quiz To create or produce 2. Coming into being, developing, or beginning 3. Too concerned with death, disease, decay, or other gruesome matters. 4. To embarrass, shame, or make to feel foolish 5. What does the Latin root “mort” mean? a) Birth b) death c) Natural d) kind Morbid Nascent Generate Mortify Word Bank 


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