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Monday, December 1, 2014

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Transcript of Monday, December 1, 2014

Happy December!
Do Now: 12.1.14
Aaaaand... we're back! This week we'll get back to our quote analysis. So, this week's quotes will be on CHARITY.

Before we respond to any quotes, though, I'd like you to complete your own definition of charity. So, somewhere on the "do now" page- somewhere that is *not* inside one of the boxes, write down a sentence or two describing what CHARITY is. Give an example or two if you are able.


Now, on to the quote...
Copy the quote and author accurately and include today's date: 12.1.14

Be sure to give a thoughtful analysis of the quote: ask a question, evaluate, connect, summarize, paraphrase, challenge...

" A bone to the dog is not charity. Charity is the bone shared with the dog, when you are just as hungry as the dog."
-Jack London
ADVERB CLAUSES
Periods 1/3- Let's complete the SECOND practice page to test our skill with identifying ADVERB CLAUSES. Remember, adverb clauses are clauses that act as adverbs.

Periods 6/7- Let's look at pages 1 and 2 in the adverb clause packet. IF we are successful with these, we can assume we have a pretty good level of understanding with this type of subordinate clause.
ROOTS
Lesson 10! Here we go! This week's prefixes mean "AWAY" and/or "FROM".

We have abs- think absent, or abscond
We have ab- think abolish
We have apo- think apology or apostrophe

After reading through the words and definitions, try to match each with the pictures below:
Article of the Week
Reading
Monday, December 1, 2014
Good news everyone! We're going to do our Article of the Week together this week. Today, we'll read and annotate.
Then, we'll complete the questions together throughout the week.
First, let's finish the reading for this section.

Then, we'll share some responses.

You should still be creating post-its for questions and connections as well as being prepared to share a SOMEBODY-WANTED-BECAUSE-BUT-SO summary to show your tracking of information.
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