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Thursday 9/7/17 & Friday 9/8/17

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Thursday 9/8/16
Article of the Week
Part 2:

Names WS
on google classroom
Article of the Week
Section 1:
--Use your annotations to help you!
--Don't forget text evidence and citations!

Here it is... our first ever Music Video Friday!
Chained to the Rhythm-
Katy Perry
Today, we'll do our first
Roots brainstorm. You
will be randomly grouped
and will have five minutes
to come up with as many
words as possible that
contain this week's prefixes:
Do Now!!

“I’m not my name. My name is something I wear, like a shirt. It gets worn. I outgrow it, I change it.”
― Jerry Spinelli
Do Now
Tikki Tikki Tembo and Names
1. Copy the quote and author in the Thursday bubble.
2. Respond to the quote:
agree, disagree, challenge, question, paraphrase, extend, connect...
“It ain't what they call you, it's what you answer to.”
― W.C. Fields
W. C. Fields was born William Claude Dukenfield, the eldest of five children. Field's parents were a Cockney immigrant James Dukenfield and Philadelphia native Kate Felton (born 1880)

He was an American juggler, comedian, and actor. Fields created one of the great American comic personas of the first half of the 20th century—a misanthrope who teetered on the edge of buffoonery but never quite fell in, an egotist blind to his own failings, a charming drunk; and a man who hated children, dogs, and women, unless they were the wrong sort of women.

Today, we'll read through our
first set of roots. Read and
highlight key words in the
This week's prefixes:

How does your name define who you are ?

This baby slow loris loves you.
Jerry Spinelli (born February 1, 1941)[1] is an American writer of children's novels that feature adolescence and early adulthood. He is best known for Maniac Magee[2] and Wringer.
1. Copy the quote
completely and accurately, including the author's name.
2. Respond to the quote with an original thought. You might: agree, disagree, connect, evaluate, question, paraphrase, summarize...
Which of
this week's
root words am
1. No words from the list or words you already know.
2. No made-up words. -5
3. No multiple forms of the same word.
Tikki Tikki Tembo Nosa Rembo Chari Bad Ruchi Pip Peri Pembo, and Chang
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