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Tuesday 11.15.16

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Amy Swanson

on 14 November 2017

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Roots Brainstorm
You know the rules! But here they are anyway...
1. No multiple forms of a word.
2. No words from anywhere on the front side of the sheet.
3. No made-up words.
Writing Portfolios
Possessives and Plurals
1. Possessive singular-- show's ownership by a single subject ("The cat's bed"). In this case, the apostrophe goes before the "s."

2. Plural possessive--show's owership of by a plural subject (The cats' bed). In this case, the apostrophe goes AFTER the plural "s."

3. Plural--indicates a plural subject using an "s"-- Cat (1) vs. Cats (more than one).
Tuesday 11.15.16
Do Now: Hope
There was never a night or a problem that could defeat sunrise or hope.
-Bernard Williams

Debate Survey:
Pick five topics you would like to debate. Put a number next to each indicating your interest, from one to five. Five would indicate your greatest interest and 1 would indicate the least interest. Then, label each "pro" or "con" (each of the five you've selected- not each of the total) based on your natural inclination to one side or another.
1. Discard your old cover.
2. Create a new cover-- 8th grade ELA, my name, your name
3. Take out all old materials and place in yellow/manila folder. Hand back to me.
4. Include: a signature sheet, a letter...
5. Go on to the Google Classroom and write an assigned letter to your parents identifying strengths and weaknesses you'd like them to notice.
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