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Senior Writing Please pull out Instruction pages 10, 11 Pronoun Antecedent Agreement Finish and Submit essays
Pronoun – Antecedent Agreement The students will be decorating their lockers and class hallways tonight. “their” is the pronoun that needs to agree with the Antecedent – students. Students is more than one – so use their or they or them when referring to the students.
Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement Mike or Pat needs to bring his computer tonight for the robotics meeting. “his” refers back to Mike or Pat. It doesn’t mean both of them – just one – so we use “his.” The Antecedent is Mike or Pat – one of the guys – this is what his refers back to. Could also use he or him – depends on what you are saying.
Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement Uses same rules as Subject-Verb Agreement o Single subject – gets him, he, his, her, occasionally it. o Plural subjects – get they, them, their Everyone is single – so later use he, him, her, his Both is plural – so later use them, their, they Assignment – Complete Exercise 5 – no rules, just corrections or C on the line.
Finalize and Submit essay Finish and submit. Be sure to include Works Cited. Do highlighting Turn in submission page PLEASE TURN IN ARTICLES TOO!!!! o One add Please do this on back of submission page Reviewer 1 – name and score out of 5 with 5 being best Reviewer 2 – name and score out of 5 with 5 being best
Friday Opening – Copy down this quote “I don’t know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everyone.” Bill Cosby Agenda o Opening o Journal 8 o Correct Review o Do Unit Review o Start Mastery Review
Journal 8 Part A. - This part contains lists. It is okay to repeat some items from one list to another or even within a list. 1. List 5 things you would like to do some day. 2. List 5 people who are important to you. 3. List 5 things you are good at. 4. List five favorite places, cities, seasons, restaurants, vacation spots…. 5. List up to 5 songs, phrase from song lyric, quotes, sayings that you like. 6. List 5 words your parents, teachers, coaches, employers might use to describe you. 7. List 5 words you would use to describe yourself – be positive
Journal 8 Part B 1. You need to find a picture of yourself – something you can print and cut out or a printed one. 2. A quote you like – that reflects you – may need to think, look…. 3. Song that reflects you, your life… 4. About you – 100-125 words. o If this is all you could tell a college, future employer, future roommate – what would you tell them? Imagine the world is listening – so watch what you say. 5. Latest blog – What is going on in your life? How are things going? What might others be interested in knowing?
Monday Opening o Please write a corrected version of the sentence below o All of the students and many of the alumni stormed the field Friday to celebrate the win by his or her football team. Agenda o Opening o Discuss Labels on Review o Finish and correct. o Do Mastery Review – Parts A-C – correct. Then finish. Use note sheets – but not each other. o Tomorrow – work time for typing up Journal 8 – if you did not finish some items – please do so prior to tomorrow.
Mastery Review Part A – C – Individual sections on skills o Sentence Errors – Remember – you are putting in periods or semi-colons to fix run-ons or comma splices OR you are taking out a period to combine sentences. o Punctuation – you may be taking in or out commas, apostrophes, or moving punctuation with quotation marks or perhaps changing a title marking. o Case and Agreement – You are changing a pronoun or a verb – you are not taking out anything that you do not replace. Learning Target o I can identify and edit for sentence errors, punctuation errors (especially commas and apostrophes), pronoun case, and agreement errors.
Things to think about, prepare for Look for quotes by famous people – may be from songs, movies, books, important figures. o Look for at least 5 – have them word for word and know who said it or what it is from. Pictures of you doing activities (choir, sports, clubs, volunteering, mentoring) or of creating something (CAD, Wood, Metal, CTC classes, Culinary Arts), or demonstrating a skill (writing music, art, programming) or of awards you have earned.
Tuesday Correct Mastery Review Discuss assignment Go to LMC
Wednesday Unit 2 Test o Please get yourself situated for the test. o You need a pencil and “funny color” pen. o Please put all letters on the scantron – 1-50 and make corrections in pen on 1-20 on the test itsefl. After the test – please assemble the pages I will put on the board for Units 1 and 2 to turn in. 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 12, 23, 24, 28, 30, 32, 36 Think about what you could make a collage out of – pictures of skills, activities, clubs, CTC, etc.
Thursday Please come in and sit where you wish – BUT CHOOSE WISELY. Opening – Assemble and turn in homework 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 12, 23, 25, 28, 30, 32, 36 After you turn this in, please get your COW Discuss - Collage – what is it? What could you do? Need to get pictures. Think about what you could make a collage out of – pictures of skills, activities, clubs, CTC, etc.
Thursday Do and Save Wordle o Either save to drive and tell me to print – nicely – or print in color yourself. If using LMC, get note from me. o To Save – click on PRINT. In drop down for printer, choose “CutePDFWriter” – then save to your number. Begin work on Collage Gather 5 quotes Learning Target: I can use technology to present my ideas, my strengths, my skills in a positive manner for an career/college audience.
Friday Introduce Unit 3 – Assign p. 37 due for Monday. Go over Unit 2 Test.