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Test review and nellie bly

  1. 1. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 9/24/12 7th Grade Language Arts Agenda: 1. Warm-up: Spelling Pre-Test 2. Spelling/Vocabulary Assignments: 3. Grammar -Grammar Test (TH) 4. Literature -Lit Circles (TH) -Vocabulary Packet (F) -Read 30 minutes 1
  2. 2. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Chapter 1, Lesson 10- Fragments and Run-Ons Sentence Fragment- part of a sentence that is written as if it were a complete sentence. Ex: The Rungus people in Malaysia. Fix: Run-on- two or more sentences written as though they were a single sentence. Ex: The longhouse roof is made of palm leaves, the walls are made of tree bark. Fix: 2
  3. 3. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 3
  4. 4. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 s ed ce F u e n e nt p!! S ‐u F ix 4
  5. 5. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 2 The goal of this activity is to practice correcting  fused sentences. A fused sentence consists of two complete ideas  that are joined without the correct punctuation. example: We had fun today we played a new  game. (incorrect) 5
  6. 6. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 3 Here are three ways to correct a fused sentence: • Make two complete sentences( period + capital)   (We had fun today. We played a new game.) • Use a semicolon (We had fun today; we played a new game.) • Use a comma and a conjunction (must have both) (We had fun today, since we played a new game.) 6
  7. 7. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 How to play: 4 In teams of two, you must fix the fused sentence.  The  teams who fix the sentences correctly in the least  amount of time will win. 1) Press the timer to start the time. 2) Drag any items in the box to correctly fix the fused  sentence. ( You may write in any other conjunctions  or punctuation you feel you need.) 3) Press the timer to stop the time. 4)  The teacher will record the times; the class will  decide whether the sentence has been fixed correctly  ( teacher is the final judge). 7
  8. 8. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 . Skiing is a great sport it is best when we have lots of  snow. ; but , since or and because so 8
  9. 9. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 The girl crashed her hang glider , and . she survived without any serious injuries but or so because since ; 9
  10. 10. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 My husband is a great football player ,and he also knits a great sweater. ; since . or but because so 10
  11. 11. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 . Wearing shorts in November is weird  the environment is really changing. , ; since or but and because so 11
  12. 12. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 o l aga in , and  scho  m issed he w F loyd ill n ev er p ass  since at t his  but so rate ; . because or . 12
  13. 13. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 5 I dislike all kinds of dogs. I dont mind monkeys . ; or but and , because so 13
  14. 14. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 I dont take many risks; I like to stay safe . because and or but , since so 14
  15. 15. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Billy Bob Joe too k h is dog for a walk   . us. m o pota ue  hipp d a bl cou ntere n T hey e but ; and , or since because so 15
  16. 16. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Spiderman is my favorite superhero and , he can swing from building to  building. since . or but because ; so 16
  17. 17. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 and Where were you last night , I waited all evening  ; since . ? or but because so 17
  18. 18. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Janices purple and green hat is freaky the stripes make me dizzy ; , since . and or but because so 18
  19. 19. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Complete sentences must have two  things: Subject Verb 19
  20. 20. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Pull a sentence from the left.  Identify  the subject and verb.  Check your work by  dragging the sentence into the box below. You  can throw away the sentence when you are  done with it.  Then he lowers his hand. Subject: he       Verb: lowers You just cross paths now and then. Pull Subject: You  Verb: cross 20
  21. 21. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Find the noun and verb in each sentence.   Drag it to the appropriate column. up the street. At first his eyes. back to shut the door. Subject (Noun) Verb (Action) Mrs. Zinkoff looks shades He reaches 21
  22. 22. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Complements  Grade: 7 Subject:Language Arts  Date: 9/24/12 22
  23. 23. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 1 Which verbs are Multiple answer linking verbs? A were B links C being D doing 23
  24. 24. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 2 Linking verbs True or False True False     show action. 24
  25. 25. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 This sentence contains a predicate 3 adjective: True or False TrueTonights meteor shower is the   last  one for this year. False 25
  26. 26. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 This sentence contains a predicate 4 adjective: True or False TrueThe weather during this years   state fair was hot and humid. False   26
  27. 27. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 This sentence contains a predicate 5 noun: In 1921 the Nobel Peace Prize was True or False True   awarded to Albert Einstein. False   27
  28. 28. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 This sentence contains a predicate 6 noun: True or False TrueIn his early childhood, Marshall   acted like such a clown. False   28
  29. 29. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Fill in the blank with a 7 predicate noun: Multiple choice Harold is ______. A my friend B hard working C quite social D a bit tired 29
  30. 30. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Fill in the blanks with a predicate 8 adjective: Multiple choice Santas elves were____and wanted to show off their agility to the visitors at their workshop. A good entertainers B very proud C smiling D hard workers 30
  31. 31. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 What follows the verb in this 9 sentence? Multiple choice Forks, spoons, and knives are common implements with which to eat a meal. A predicate noun B predicate adjective C linking verb D subject noun 31
  32. 32. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Read the sentence on the pull tab. 10 What follows the verb in Multiple choice this sentence ? A predicate noun B predicate adjective C other D subject nouns Pull A favorite childhood comic strip of  mine, featuring Archie and Jughead,  is making a comeback with todays  young readers. 32
  33. 33. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 READING A BIOGRAPHY • Define biography • Features of biographies • Why do people read biographies? • Biographies you have read? • People you would like to read about? 33
  34. 34. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Set a Purpose: Two Key Questions- 1. 2. 34
  35. 35. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Two goals of biographers: 1. 2. 35
  36. 36. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Preview: Title of Biography- Author- What did you learn from pictures, table of contents, or front and back covers?- Reading Strategy: Cause and Effect 36
  37. 37. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 How are biographies organized? 1. 2. 3. 4. 37
  38. 38. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Connect: Whenever you read a biography, think about your impression of the person described. Ask yourself... 1. 2. 3. 38
  39. 39. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Pause and Reflect: Go back to your reading purpose. Have you gotten the information you need? Ask your self questions like these about what you learned. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 39
  40. 40. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Remember: What is a good rereading strategy and why? What are other reading strategies can be helpful in reading a biography? 1.4. 2.5. 3. 40
  41. 41. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 • Find three other people to work with (groups of four). You may not work with someone who sits at your table. Some groups might be less than four. • Talk about your knowledge web and add details from other students. 41
  42. 42. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Knowledge Web Family Early Years Personality Problems or Conflicts Motivation/Ambition Nellie Bly Accomplishments Appearance 42
  43. 43. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 • Find three other people to work with (groups of four). You may not work with someone you were just working with. • Talk about your Responding to the Selection and add details from other students. 43
  44. 44. Test review and Nellie Bly 9­24­12.notebook September 25, 2012 Nellie Bly 44

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