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OK: Write today's date: 11/12/14. Then, copy the quote and author completely and accurately. Finally, respond to the quote in a meaningful way.
Let's talk about Clauses!
First, let's identify
what a CLAUSE is.
This is relevant to
your success on the
SAT or ACT tests in
***WE HAVE A WODS QUIZ NEXT WEEK!!!***
Detective Stories and Animotos
Ok! Here we go. Detective stories must be PRINTED and handed in by tomorrow. So, to print, you will need to either visit the media center or find a way at home.
Videos: Create a video that serves as a "trailer" or "preview" for your story. Images, music, and text should be included, but we will forgo the voice over for now. Be prepared to share these tomorrow in addition to sharing your story- perhaps not with the whole class, but with some members of the class.
Mock Trial Continuation
1. You will have TEN minutes to plan. Here's how you should spend it:
Prosecution and Defense- it is your job, as teams, to produce a comprehensive CLOSING STATEMENT that sums up what your most persuasive reasons are. This statement will be delivered by one person only and must be two minutes, maximum.
Jury- you must narrow down your questions to FIVE clear questions for each side and decide on one person to question the defense and one to question the prosecution.
2. The Jury will discuss their conclusions and visit with the judge. No more than TEN minutes. Other members of the class will continue to work on their detective stories and videos. Finally, a decision will be reached and announced.
3. Everyone will fill out a reflection on the experience of the mock trial.
November 12, 2014
"Admiration is the daughter of ignorance."
Now, how can we distinguish between INDEPENDENT and SUBORDINATE clauses?
I NEED SOMEONE ARTISTIC TO MAKE A FEW NEW WODS CARDS FOR THE BOARD!!
This week's WODS are:
Your task: Write a WODS story using all TEN of the WODS since the last quiz: Dapper, Abscond, Maneuver, Frantic, Curtail, Dejected, Affluent, Hermit, Digress, Heirloom. Also, use the following words chosen by your classmates:
In your WODS story, include at least FIVE independent clauses. Underline them ONCE. Include at least FIVE subordinate clauses. Underline them TWICE.