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Transcript of Monday 10.26.15
Do Now: TOPIC
"Pity and friendship are two passions incompatible with each other."
Roots: Lesson 7
This week's prefixes are:
and THROUGH and ACROSS
Main and Helping Verbs
is a verb that consists of more than one word:
has arrived; will be visiting
is the verb is the verb that expresses the action:
is the verb that helps the main verb make its statement:
Today's Achieve 3000 article is on the first amendment write to free speech and political cartoons of the 1800s.
As you read, use the highlighting tools to note two opposing views about slavery.
Use the blue highlighter to identify facts and details about how Edward Clay felt about slavery
use the yellow highlighter to identify facts that relate to how William Lloyd Garrison felt about slavery.
Happy Birthday Luke
Remember: Copy the quote completely and accurately, including the author's name. Respond in a meaningful manner.
This week's topic is PITY. Here's a dictionary.com definition of pity:
PITY: sympathetic or kindly sorrow evoked by the suffering, distress, or misfortune of another, often leading one to give relief or aid or to show mercy:
Fill in the topic, PITY, in the upper right hand corner.
In the lower left-hand corner, fill in something that you already think/feel/believe about pity. If you're stuck, use the definition above.
Complete parts A and B on page 50.
Article of the Week
This week's Article of the Week is about DRONES.
Let's use our super-awesome strategy for approaching non-fiction texts.
1. Pre-read the questions.
2. Annotate with purpose.
3. Use annotations to answer questions using textual evidence.