English 4 Honors Vocab 6

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English 4 Honors Vocab 6

  1. 1. October 5, 2009<br />Ms. Barletta<br />cbarletta@dphds.org<br />www.dphdsenglish.org<br />English IV HonorsVocabulary Lesson 6<br />
  2. 2. Vocabulary Lesson 6<br />1. sectarian (adj.): narrowly confined to a particular group<br />HINT: sector <br />2. peregrination(n.): travel by walking<br />HINT: destination<br />3. accoutrement (n.): an accessory item of dress or equipment<br />HINT: Couture <br />4. contrive (v.): to plan cleverly<br />HINT: You might contrive a plan to thrive and survive. <br />5. hubris (n.): overbearing pride; arrogance<br />HINT: <br />
  3. 3. Vocabulary Lesson 6<br />6. platitude (n.): an obvious remark; a cliché<br />HINT: beatitudes; attitude<br />7. venerate (v.): to respect or revere <br />HINT: <br />8. scullion (n.): a servant for menial tasks<br />HINT: <br />9. quotidian (n.): everyday; commonplace<br />HINT: Quote<br />10. prognosticate (v.): to predict<br />HINT: Prognosis <br />
  4. 4. Vocabulary Lesson 6<br />11. antediluvian (adj.): extremely old; antiquated<br />HINT: <br />12. stringent (adj.): restrictive; imposing demanding standards<br />HINT: contingent<br />13. haughty (adj.): condescendingly proud; arrogant<br />You might know a hottie who is haughty, and therefore no longer attractive or fun to be around.<br />14. sanctimonious (adj.): showing false piety or righteousness<br />HINT: ceremony; sacred<br />15. imbroglio (n.): a difficult and embarrassing situation<br />HINT:<br />
  5. 5. Coming up this week<br />Monday, October 5th: Introduction to Vocabulary Lesson 6; review and discuss The Count of Monte Cristo Chapters 21-24Homework: Write vocabulary short story using 15/20 words; read chapters 25-28 in CMC (pgs. 198-221)<br />Tuesday, October 6th: Review and take notes on chapters 25-28; read and discuss 29-30 (pgs. 221-230)<br /> Homework: Read chapters 31-34 in CMC (pgs. 230-255)<br />Wednesday, October 7th: Review and discuss chapters 31-34 in CMCThursday, October 8th: Quiz on Chapters 25-34 in CMCHomework: Read chapters 35-38 pgs. 255-277; study for Vocabulary 6 Quiz<br />Friday, October 9th: Vocabulary Lesson 6 Quiz; review and take notes on chapters 35-38 in CMC (11:30 Dismissal) <br />

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