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Wednesday 10.29.14

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Amy Swanson

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Wednesday 10.29.14
WODs Stories
Write an original story using ALL FOUR of the WODS since the quiz:
Affluent, hermit, maneuver, frantic.

Remember: hermit is a noun. You cannot use it as an adjective or verb.

You must also include all of the following words:

jar mashed potatoes saber-tooth tiger bowling

Periods 1/3- we will now finish "The Tell-Tale Heart" and list some details regarding our "unreliable narrator." We will also watch a short movie version of the tale.

Periods 6/7- today we'll start "Double Sin" by Agatha Christie. Before we begin, here's a clip from the television adaptation of the story so that you have a picture of the detective, Hercule Poirot, in your mind as you read.
Original Stories
You will have the remaining time to work on your original stories. Stay on task. You will run out of time if you do not. Don't begin working on the video until you've finished the story. Use the laptops to type the story. Then, you can use them to begin to create your Animoto video. Go to my website and use the "Animoto" page to log in and get started.
Do Now
"The wicked envy and hate; it is their way of admiring."
Victor Hugo

"Love looks through a telescope; envy, through a microscope."
-Josh Billings
This additional quote really relates to the conversations we've had already this week about envy vs. admiration...
Remember: We're working on quotes on ENVY this week and ADMIRATION next week. Be sure to use today's date, copy the quote and author accurately, and respond thoughtfully.
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