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September 13-15th

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September 13th-15th, 2017
Do Now
Do Now
"The beginning is the most important part of the work"- Plato
Do Now
Do Now
ROOTS
W
ORD
O
F THE
D
AY
Luminous
This is Plato. He was a philosopher and mathematician in Ancient Greece-- around the 400s -300s BC. Socrates was his teacher, and Aristotle was his student. He is credited with the foundation of most philosophy we know and understand in the Western world.
Please complete the back of the roots worksheet
Belligerent
On the back, write a sentence using both words correctly that is better than this one:
Under the
luminous
moon, the
belligerent
raccoons eyed each other over the garbage can lid.
ACHIEVE 3000
Level Set
S
peech
T
houghts
E
ffect on others
A
ctions
L
ooks
Types of Point of View
1. First Person POV=
2. Second Person=

3. Third Person POV= Tells story from outside perspective
a)
Omni
scient Third Person=
All
knowing, knows and tells all characters thoughts, feelings and actions.

b)
Limited
Third Person= everything is viewed from
ONE character's
perspective only

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Roots
How do you study vocabulary?
ROOTS
QUIZ #1
“Beginning is easy — continuing is hard.”
– Japanese Proverb
“All great ideas and all great thoughts have a ridiculous beginning.”

– Albert Camus
Albert Camus was a French philosopher, author, and journalist. His views contributed to the rise of the philosophy known as absurdism. He wrote about opposing the philosophy of 'nothingness' while still looking into individual freedoms. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1957.
Thursday Before the Quote:
The most interesting thing about this topic is...
Friday AFTER the Quote:
This week has been...
I will hand out usernames and passwords.

Then, complete the level set.

When you finish, read independently.
Research Simulation
Pre-Test
S
peech
T
houghts
E
ffect on others
A
ctions
L
ooks
The video link is
https://www.ted.com/talks/annmarie_thomas_squishy_circuits#t-227421
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