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Thursday March 26, 2015

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Thursday March 26, 2015
Diary of Anne Frank
So, you have received a packet. Let's look through:
Strategies for reading drama
the "BIG QUESTION" and Vocabulary
Character traits/photographs
SWBBSP summaries
Inferences in scenes 3,4, AND 5
Dialogue analysis
Act 1 Writing/Illustration
Grammar
Choose the best correction for the sentence; write the CORRECTED version of the sentence in the box.
Independent Reading
Please read an appropriately leveled independent reading book for the next 15 minutes.
Do Now: Evil
Don't forget to copy the quote and author completely and correctly. Then, write a thoughtful response.
Roots Practice
Using all ten of this week's root words, write a story from the perspective of an SS officer who has realized that the Nazis are wrong, but isn't sure what to do now that he has changed his mind.
"As covetousness is the root of all evil, so poverty is the worst of all snares."
Daniel Defoe

Balancing the need for sufficient food supplies with what constitutes a manageable load to carry was undoubtedly a concern at times for many ancient hunters and gatherers,
like that for modern long-distance backpackers.

a) like that for modern long-distance backpackers
b) as that of modern long-distance backpackers
c) just as modern long-distance backpackers do
d) as do modern long-distance backpackers
e) as it is for modern long-distance backpackers
The word “like” is a preposition, whose object is a noun, so it’s used for comparing noun-to-noun. The word “as” is a subordinating conjunction, which is followed by a full noun + verb clause, so it is used to compare events, actions.
NIGHT
You have received a packet. Let's look through it.
A list of characters
A list of judaic terms
A list of unfamiliar vocabulary
A list of comprehension questions
Some pre-reading questions
Now, we will address the pre-reading questions.
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