Almost to Friday!
Today our warm-up was to create a quiz that used fifteen of the vocab words that will be on the quiz tomorrow. In case you didn't get it the first time, VOCAB QUIZ TOMORROW! We then finished our characterization projects from "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" and studied for vocab.
Also, don't forget your independent reading novel for tomorrow. That's a super easy grade if you just bring a book.
After we finish the vocab quiz and independent reading, we will begin reading "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe.
Warm-ups for this week are as follows:
Monday: Correct the following sentences as if they were written in a formal paper:
Melody Kayler states, "Don't ever leave your trash in my classroom or I will hurt you."(Kayler)
On page 118, the author tells me, "Don't ever leave your trash in my classroom or I will hurt you" (118)
In her famous autobiography about the ups and downs of impacting teenagers' lives, Melody Kayler writes, "Don't ever leave your trash in my classroom or I will hurt you. (Kayler)".
Tuesday: Complete the sentences with either their, there, or they're:
She has to meet her friends _____.
_____ dog is dark brown with white spots.
He does not have _____ phone number.
_____ not really ready for college.
_____ having a really great day.
_____ does not have to be that many plates for the party.
She doesn't like _____ car.
_____ mom goes to work over _____.
Wednesday: In at least three sentences talk about what we’ve learned so far about Romanticism (bright and dark) and explain how we’ve seen that in the texts we’ve read.
Thursday: See above
Tomorrow (Friday): Free write!