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10/10-10/13

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Transcript of 10/10-10/13

Theme of the week:
Poetry

Thursday
FRIDAY
"Poets are soldiers that
liberate
words from the
steadfast

possession
of definition"
- Eli Khamarov
Tuesday
WEDNESDAY
Revising=
Making it better
Editing=
Making it 'correct'
vs
RADaR
CUPS
Poetry is language at its most distilled and most powerful. – Rita Dove
Distilled
= to extract the essential meaning or most important aspects of.
To Do List:
1. Finish Rough Draft and Submit a
COPY
to google classroom

2. Read the through the
Outline
and your essay highlighting the different elements.
ONE
sentence per part of the outline.
Say it - Pink
,
Prove it- Yellow
,
Link it- Green
.
Thesis- Blue,
Clincher/conclusion in Purple
. Edit to fit outline.

3. Read for
RADaR
- Color code
:

Red
for what you Replace,
Orange
for what you add,
Green
for what you Reorder


4. Edit for CUPS &
SUBMIT COPY
to Google Classroom

5. AOW OR READ
C
apitalization
U
sage
P
unctuation
S
pelling
Names, Places, Months, Titles, I
Does this make sense?
Parallel structure, plural vs singular
Periods, Quotes, commas,
apostrophes, ?, !
Check
all
words for spelling
Liberate=
set (someone/ something) free from a situation in which their liberty is severely restricted.
Steadfast=
something that is firm and unwavering
Possession=
the state of having, owning, or controlling something.
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