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Round 8 Warm-ups

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Rose Parsons

on 12 April 2016

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Warm-up #7, Round 8
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Define the following words and write two sentences using each one.

dessert
desert
Round 8 Warm-ups
March 29-April 8, 2016

Using Academic Language:
Focus Sentence Frames
1. I chose the following quote...
2. This quote is important because...
3. I still have a question about...
4. I was surprised by...
5. I agree with...
Warm-up #8, Round 8
Thursday, April 7, 2016
Define the following words and write one sentence using each one.

principal
principle



Warm-up #2, Round 9
Tuesday
4/12/16
Define the following words and write one sentence using each one.

formally
formerly
Fishbowl
The BIG Question
At what age is too young to expose children to real world problems i.e. suicide and mental health, domestic violence, homelessness, addiction, eating disorders, etc.
Warm-up #5, Round 8
Monday, April 4, 2016
Define the following words and write two sentences using each one.

altar

alter


Fishbowl
Guiding Questions
1. What is your earliest memory of doing a good deed?
2. What concerns might parents have?
3. Why do colleges want to see that you perform community service?
4. Name some community service projects wherein you have been involved. If you haven't, what are you passionate about in helping make where you live a better place?
5. What would the world be like without people volunteering their time and doing community service?
Using Academic Language
1. In the recent article we read, I would like to point out that...
2. I respectfully disagree, however...
3. I'd like to point out that...
4. Can you please clarify that for me?
5. Can you please repeat that again?
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