Use this time wisely. AR read and catch up on assignment you may have not completed, turned in, or had to redo. Take a photo/scan of your work and email... email@example.com. This will date stamp your work. Do not procrastinate! Enjoy your break.
Spelling Packet #10 Due Friday
AR - Keep reading on your book!!
Worksheet - Monsters are Due on Maple Street. Reading Response Journal
Act I and Act II 14 Questions.
THE PACKET - This packet will be replacing your test on the story selection. You may use your notes, homework questions, and book to complete the packet.
Spelling Packet #9 - Due Friday as usual
Monday/Tuesday 3/16-3/17 -
Classroom Website- Monsters are Due on Maple Street tab
Responding to Literature
page 526 - Creative Writing
Do this activity in your journal. Full page.
Season 1 Episode 22 Twilight Zone - You can find the original black and white version on Amazon Prime or Netflix... if you have it. If you do not, I have posted a modern version on the classroom website under your story tab... Then we will review the black and white when we return. ** The colored, modern version is similar but does not follow the script in the book.
For the movie, Mr. Palmer has set up; the links in Google classroom. It will appear on Friday at 8am and be available for most of the day.
Have Spelling Packet 9 Completed.
Henry Adams is an American who is swept out to sea on a Saturday sail near San Francisco, and is picked up by a London-bound brig. He arrives in London penniless and without food or shelter. Two very wealthy brothers wonder what would happen if they gave the hungry, poor stranger a million pound bank note.Seeing as how there were only two million pound banknotes ever created (and one had already been used in a giant business deal), if someone tried to cash in the banknote, interrogation or jail would most likely result. So in walks Henry, who is given the banknote by these brothers.
These questions remain:
How did this story challenge the socioeconomic beliefs of the time?
This DLS is Study Guide for tomorrow's quiz. You have already completed all the exercises for these and should know the answers and be able to provide examples. This has been taken from your previous DLS notes and you may use them as guide to complete this DLS. Tomorrow's quiz will be the last one containing the personal pronoun chart. KNOW IT WELL.
Study Guide Activity Value
Header -(6pt): Date, Theme: BA: DLS#, Write sentences/questions.
1. (2pts) Define a Noun:
2. (6pts) Label & Identify 3 examples each for: abstract and concrete nouns
3. (6pts)Label & Identify 3 examples each for: collective and compound nouns
4.(6pts) Label & Identify 3 examples each for: common and proper nouns
5. (2pts)What is an antecedent? (restate question in your response)
6. Personal Pronouns: (2pts)(A) What do personal pronouns refer to (3 things)?(26pts) (B) create and fill in the table of personal pronouns.
7. [A](2pts)What is a demonstrative pronoun? [B](4pts)Label and list the Singular & Plural.
[C](4pts)Which two demonstrative pronouns are for items near and which two are for items far away?
8. (12 pts) Write 2 sentences that contain at least two pronouns and its antecedent(s). Underline the pronouns, circle the antecedent, and draw an arrow from the pronoun to its antecedent.
9. (A)(4pts) What is an interrogative pronoun? Use your definitions to clearly define.
(B)(. (5pts) Label and List the Interrogative pronouns.
10. (2pts)What is an Indefinite Pronoun? (4pts)Write a two sentences using indefinite pronouns. (2pts)Underline the Indefinite pronouns.
The hour was midnight, and I was almost asleep. The fire was starting to dim as shadows bounced off the...
Indefinite pronouns do not always have an antecedent. Indefinite pronouns refer to people, places or things often without specifying which ones.
Singular Plural Singular or Plural
another much both all
anybody neither few any
anything nobody many more
any one no one others most
each nothing several none
either one some
In your journal write the sentences below and underline the indefinite pronoun(s).
1. Little is known about who built Stonehenge.
2 No one knew why some of the pages had been torn from his diary.
3. Few of the classmates knew anything about Susan B. Anthony.
4. The coach asked all of the girls to thoroughly prepare for the match.
5. Did someone remember to turn off all of the lights?
In cursive and in ink write
5 sentences using indefinite pronouns. Circle the indefinite pronoun
used. At least one indefinite pronoun per sentence, but you may use