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02 27-2012 rev it up lesson 9 day 4 02 27-2012 rev it up lesson 9 day 4 Presentation Transcript

  • Bellwork!EXPLAIN YOURSELF… Quietly read passages on pages 111-112 of the REV It Up! book. Using vocabulary words, answer prompt on pg. 112
  • On this dateAuthorJohn Steinbeckwas born inSalinas, CA in1902
  • On this datePoetHenry WadsworthLongfellowwas born in Portland,ME in 1803.
  • On this dateAlicia Keyswon five Grammys forher debut solo album,“Songs in A Minor” in2002.
  • On this date Famous birthdaysConstantine the Great - 272Elizabeth Taylor - 1932Ralph Nader - 1934Chelsea Clinton - 1980
  • LA Fact of the DayIn your ownwords, what is aANALYSIS?
  • LA Fact of the DayAnalysis is breakingsomething down intoparts so that youcan understand it.
  • TheMysteriesof Life…TheGreatDepressionBRAIN POP
  • Introducing VocabularyREV IT UP BOOKS Vocabulary List Page 109
  • Rev up your vocabularyMmmaybe
  • Rev up your vocabularya teddy bear
  • Rev up your vocabularytreasured
  • Rev up your vocabularywhatever…
  • Rev up your vocabularyclear the way
  • Rev up your vocabularya good person
  • Rev up your vocabulary“Please recycle!”
  • Rev up your vocabularylack of effort
  • Rev up yourvocabularyperfectionist
  • Rev up your vocabularysharp wit
  • Wrapping Up! TBD
  • The Rainy DayThe day is cold, anddark, and drearyIt rains, and thewind is never weary;
  • The Rainy DayMy thoughts stillcling to themouldering Past,
  • The Rainy DayBut the hopes ofyouth fall thick inthe blast,And the days aredark and dreary.
  • The Rainy DayBe still, sad heart!and cease repining;Behind the clouds isthe sun still shining;
  • The Rainy DayThy fate is the commonfate of all,Into each life some rainmust fall,Some days must be darkand dreary.