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Thursday, November 20, 2014

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Amy Swanson

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Transcript of Thursday, November 20, 2014

Adverb Clauses
Remember, we talked about INDEPENDENT and SUBORDINATE or DEPENDENT clauses? ("No!!")

So, an independent clause has a subject, has a predicate and expresses a complete thought.

A dependent or subordinate clause has a subject, has a predicate, but does *NOT* express a complete thought.

Today, we'll look at adverb clauses- which are subordinate because of subordinating conjunctions added to them...
Thursday, November 20, 2014
ROOTS practice
Choose one of the following to make yourself prepared for Friday's quiz.
1. Use the laptops to create a "Which Word is Which?" quiz using images to represent each root word. Give your quiz to some classmates.
2. Write a story including all of this week's roots words and the words "unicorn, butter, elevator and ski mask".
3. Create a fill-in-the-blank exercise that has a sentence for each word. Give your "quiz" to someone.
4. Create a crossword puzzle that includes all ten words.

You will have 20 minutes to complete this exercise. Quiz Tomorrow!!!
Thick Questions from Yesterday's Reading?
What good, "think and search" questions did you all come up with? Let's share some using our magical name sticks! (The sticks don't lie.)
Responding to the Text
Making Connections
Do Now: 11.20.14
Read silently for 15 minutes. You should have your book with you and should remain focused for the entire time.

You will receive a challenge, upside down. Don't turn it over until it's time!
View this powerpoint on making connections. When we read today, write at least three connections on post-its. Do more! Write at least one text-to-text, one text-to-self, and one text-to-world.
First, let's complete this vocabulary section.
Next, we'll talk about irony.
Then, you'll complete the interactive reading guide.
Finally, we can answer the independent and discussion questions orally.
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