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Thursday October 9, 2014

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Transcript of Thursday October 9, 2014

Roots
Write original sentences using this week's roots words.

Try to write sentences that will help you to remember the words and definitions on Tuesday's quiz.
VERBS
Now, let's take a look at LINKING VERBS. Linking verbs connect a word or words in the predicate to the subject. Common linking verbs are forms of "to be:" am, are, is, was, were...

Let's do #s1-5 together; then, you can work on 6-14 and the written part on your own.

Do Now
Include today's date: 10/10/14
Choose one of the following quotes, copy it completely, and respond thoughtfully.
"Thank You Ma'm" essays
Essay Format:
Introduction-->
"hook"
Author and Title
Summary(brief!)
Thesis Statement
Body 1-->
Restate theme
Use textual evidence to prove the theme is expressed in the story.
Body 2-->
Restate theme in different words
Demonstrate using real examples how the theme is useful in everyday life
Conclusion
Restate your thesis in a new and interesting way.
Call to action, imagine if, emotional appeal...
Reading
Let's go back to yesterday's Prezi for instructions on our reading assignment.
Article of the Week
is still due on Friday! Do you have any pressing questions before you have to turn it in tomorrow??
Be Happy. Enjoy life.
Thursday October 9, 2014
"Love is what we were born with. Fear is what we learned here." -Marianne Williamson

"We fear things in proportion to our ignorance of them." -Christian Nestell Bovee

"He will never have true friends who is afraid
of making enemies." -William Hazlitt
Some Reminders:
Times New Roman
12 pt font
Double Space
Save often to your Z drive. When finished, go to http://www.dropitto.me/mrsswanson
password: swanson1415
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