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Transcript of Wednesday 11.18.15
Read the quote. Copy the quote completely and accurately, including the author. Respond in a way that engages the specific language or meaning of the quote.
Review the words and prepare to answer questions on the back.
Let's review adverb clauses by combining sentences into single sentences that contain an adverb clause.
Some Terms to Review
- a comparison of two things employing either the word "like" or "as."
"The snow was as fluffy as a pillow."
- using human traits to describe an inanimate object
"The tires screeched as a the car pulled away."
- when the expectations the reader has are violated.
For example, when the smartest character in the story turns out to be cheating on tests.
- words to describe what kind of person the character is. NOT feeling words.
Tangerine: Reading Guide
You may work alone or choose a partner. Your task is to use the information on the previous slide as well as your understanding of the text so far (through page 33) to respond in complete sentences to the questions on the guide.
Where text evidence is required, include a page number.
Flipped: Read and Respond
Now, your task is to read the section entitled "The Sycamore Tree" and do the following on lined paper:
1. Find a simile or metaphor in the chapter. Write it down with a page number.
2. Identify a character trait to describe Juli. Create a multiple choice question that asks: Which quote best supports that she is ____(your trait you have assigned her in the blank space). Make all the answers plausible, but make one quote THE BEST. This will help us practice.
3. Make at least one text-to-self, at least one text-to-text, and at least one text-to-world connection. These should NOT BE LAME. Make genuine, useful connections, please.
"Charity is injurious unless it helps the recipient to become independent of it."
John D. Rockefeller
What is the best sentence you can write using both WODs and employing an adverb clause? Here's mine:
"Although Angela may have appeared calm as she deftly maneuvered around the field of live land mines, inside she was frantic.