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Monday 9.21.15

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Amy Swanson

on 21 September 2015

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Do Now: topic
This week's topic for the do now will be
GRATITUDE
.

Gratitude is the noun that represents the state of being grateful, or thankful, for something.

Take a moment now to write what you already think about gratitude. If you can't think of anything, write my definition down.
DO NOW
Remember:
Copy the quote (Monday bubble) completely and accurately, including the author's name.
Respond in a way that engages the specific language or meaning of the quote.
Article of the Week
Here it is! Your THIRD Article of the Week!

Let's follow the steps in our strategy:

1. Pre-read the questions.
2. Annotate with purpose.
3. Use annotation and re-reading to answer questions correctly using evidence from the text.
Greek and Latin Roots
Lesson 2
You will quizzed on this lesson on Friday, 9/25!

HYPER- SUPER-SUPR-SUR

These prefixes all mean:

ABOVE, OVER, MORE
Monday 9.21.15
As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.
-John F. Kennedy
And now, it's GRAMMAR TIME!
In order to understand the grammatical concepts we will cover this year, you need a baseline understanding of the parts of speech.

This week, we will review those parts of speech so that we all share a baseline knowledge. Here goes! Today we will cover NOUNS and VERBS.
ACHIEVE 3000
In order to use this program, we need to establish a reading level within it.

Please go to portal.achieve3000.com

We will come around with your username and password.

When finished, you should write work on your Article of the Week, or read.
OBJECTIVES
Analyze a quote on a given topic.
Annotate meaningfully and use annotation to answer questions.
Draw connections between Greek and Latin Roots and related words.
Establish reading level in Achieve 3000.
Exemplify literary devices and story elements using a model text.
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