Presentation on theme: "DO NOW 15 Oct. 2014 Grab two sheets of computer paper from the laptop cart to use later. Write down the title of the SSR book you are interested in reading."— Presentation transcript:
DO NOW 15 Oct. 2014 Grab two sheets of computer paper from the laptop cart to use later. Write down the title of the SSR book you are interested in reading under today’s DO NOW. In your grammar notes, title a new page PRONOUN SEARCH. ** As long as you follow directions today, you will see final MP1 grades at end of hour.
You will find the answers to the fill in the blank starting on page 222 and ending on page 229. They are in order. Pronouns are words that stand for _____ and for _____ that take the _____ of nouns. _____ are nouns (or words that take the _____ of nouns) for which pronouns stand. _____ pronouns refer to the person speaking (_____ _____), the person spoken to (_____ _____), or the person, place, or thing spoken about (_____ _____). Write an example of each from the chart on page 224. A _____ pronoun ends in –self or –selves and _____ that someone or something performs an action to, for, or _____ itself. _____ pronouns point back to a noun or _____ earlier in the sentence. Write an example from the chart on page 225. An _____ pronoun ends in _____ or _____ and simply adds _____ to a _____ or pronoun in the same sentence. _____ pronouns direct attention to specific persons, places, or things. Write an example from the chart on page 226. A _____ pronoun beings a subordinate clause and connects it to another idea in the sentence. Write an example from the chart on page 227. An _____ pronoun is used to begin a question. Write an example from the chart on page 228. _____ pronouns refer to people, places, or things, often without specifying which ones. Write a singular, plural, and singular or plural example from the chart on page 229. Complete the EVENS ONLY of exercises 17, 18, and 19 on page 231.
1.Set your papers on the desk horizontally. NOT 2.Fold them twice to make 3 columns. 3.Title your three columns on all four pages: Literary Term, Definition, and Example. 1 2 3
4.Add the following words under the literary term category: 1.Plot 2.Exposition 3.Rising action 4.Climax 5.Falling action 6.Resolution 7.Irony 8.Setting 9.Narration 10.Conflict 11.Character 12.Symbol 13.Antagonist 14.Protagonist 15.Suspense 16.Foreshadow 17.Short story 18.tone **Leave enough room to write a few sentences about each one.