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Cyberbullying presentations will happen Monday.

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Transcript of Cyberbullying presentations will happen Monday.

Let's talk about adverb clauses.
Adverb clauses are dependent clauses.

They tell how, when, where, why, to what extent, or under what conditions.
I leave late
unless it is raining.
Refers to leave and condition.


I have attended St. Martin's
since 2005.
Refers to attended and when
Find the adverb clause and the word it describes.
Whenever it rains, John plays in the giant puddles.

The Johnsons have four cars and two boats because they are rich.

Kaitlyn leaves school after her club dismisses.

I am going home since it is so late.

James will walk unless the weather is bad.
I will buy a new coat since I have extra money.
I can stay up late provided that my chores are done.
Conjunctions commonly used to introduce adverb clauses
after, although, as, as soon as, because, before, if, in order that, once, provided that, since, so that, unless, until, when, whenever, where, wherever, whether, and while.
Adverb phrases and clauses
Example

In his autobiography, Steve Jobs states,"...quote..." (Jobs 27).
If the document doesn't have page numbers, just put the last name in parentheses.
Works Cited Page
-Says Works Cited at the top in the center of the page.

Sources are listed in alphabetical order by author's last name.

Book: Last name, First name.
Book Title.
City of Publishing, State of Publishing: Publisher name:Year of Publication.
You must use the proper punctuation!
Website: Last name, first name. " Title of page,"
Website name
, web address. Accessed date # month year.
"Cyberbullying,"
Teenshealth
, http://kidshealth.org/en/teens/cyberbullying.html?view=ptr&WT.ac=t-ptr, Access 8 February 2017.
If an element is missing, skip that part. DON'T MAKE THINGS UP!
Homework
Complete exercises 1 and 2 on pg 119.
Adverb phrases are prepositional phrases that describe verbs, adverbs, and adjectives.
They answer where, when, how and why

I
run

into the woods
every day. (where)
She sings
loudly

during the concert
. (when)
I
work

with my hands
in art class. (how)
You look
pretty
for the party
. (why)
Find the adverb, adj, or verb each phrase describes. Does it answer how, when, where, or why
Yesterday, Tim prayed
for his grandmother.
He behaves badly
in restaurants.
The can ran up
in the tree
last night
.
The players practiced
with enthusiasm.
My money is sitting
in the street.
On sunny days, I leave
without a jacket.
The kittens purr
for attention
all night
.
I read
with glasses
to prevent headaches.
We worked
at school
all week long.
adv phrase and clause ws
Holocaust artwork and write up due tomorrow
ch 13 vocab due Friday
adv phrase and clause quiz Wed
adv test Monday, 4/16
We are going to start Anne Frank right now!
It's a play, so we have to assign parts. The part you are about to get is yours until the end of Act I.
Find the adverb phrase in each of the sentences and say what word it describes.
I left school without my homework and jacket.
The scared dog ran for his life.
Bob sings in the shower when he is alone.
Sherry lies under the blanket to stay warm.

Warm Up
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