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conjunctions (with literature integration:Lady Chang by Marjorie Clark) conjunctions (with literature integration:Lady Chang by Marjorie Clark) Presentation Transcript

  • Vocabulary words 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Trash; Pile of Rubbish dump Sigh -A long breath Harshly - In a cruel manner Delicate; precious; Intricate sensitive Vain - Arrogant Tangled -Twisted
  • Marjorie Clark     Former athlete of the U.S National Marathon team Fought on 2 Olympics and brought 2 gold medals. Retired in her 40’s. Spent most of her time authoring childrens books and woman empowerment.
  • The Lady Chang Marjorie Clark
  • When Lady Chang first arrived in the City of Canton, She have nothing but the clothes she is wearing, the jewelries in her hands and her little son, Ko. Everything else were swept away by
  • Lady Chang had one thing more. Her own brave spirit. She know that she must now devote herself to the future with Ko.
  • She sold her gold and Jade ring and bought a small house large enough for the both of them, in a poor part of the city near the rubbish dumps.
  • Ko grew up to be a bright child and her mother tried to support him through weaving and embroidering cloth in the market.
  • Years passed and Lady Chang realized the child’s need of an ideal and nicer environment .So she sold their home near the rubbish dump and her gold and sapphire ring for a home near the
  • As Ko grew up,she realized Ko’s intelligence. So she once again sold her home in the market and her pearl and silver ring for a home near the university.
  • Soon Ko’ s teachers speak highly of him but unfortunately, too much intelligence made him vain and arrogant.
  • One time, Ko returned from school and saw a very intricate piece of cloth of gold, silver and scarlet. He thinks that it is the most beautiful piece of cloth he has seen in his entire life…
  • Days passed and Ko returned from school angrily. He harshly threw his books on the table and said he had already finished with schooling and do not want to pursue anymore...
  • Lady Chang tried her best to convince his son. However , Ko already made up his mind.
  • Lady Chang did not argue but instead ripped off her embroidery on the weaving loom. Ko was full of terror of what she has done.
  • Ko said that the weaving could have been the most beautiful piece of cloth but now nothing but a twisted rag on the floor. But Lady Chang replied, “My son could have been a great man too if only he finished his studies. Now he would be a little higher than peasants.
  • As Lady Chang started to cry, Ko was able to realize his mistake . He picked up his books and promised to finish his studies.
  • Times passed and Ko indeed became a wise and great man known all over China.
  • Let us take a view of Lady Chang who did not hesitate to destroy her most beautiful work to teach his son a valuable lesson of humility…
  • What could you say about the story?
  • Who are the Characters of the story?
  • Let us familiarize ourselves with the characters of the story...
  • Describe the plot of the story...
  • What is the Moral lesson of the story?
  • Ko Love Lady Chan g
  • Words Conjunctions Words
  • Conjunctions
  • What are Conjunctions?  Conjunctions are words that connects words, phrases and clauses. These may be divided into three kinds which are…  Coordinating conjunctions  Correlative conjunctions  Subordinating conjunctions
  • Coordinating Conjunctions  Conjunctions that connects words of same type or order. Conjunctions in this type are easily identified as FANBOYS. F-or O-r A-nd Y-et N-or S-o B-ut
  • Correlative Conjunctions  Correlative Conjunctions are conjunctions that come in pairs. Its examples are:  Not only-but (also)  Either-or  Neither-nor  Both-and  Whether-or
  • Subordinating Conjunctions  Connects a main clause and a subordinate clause. It also introduces a subordinate clause. Most conjunctions are under this type of conjunctions.
  • sentences then classify it as Coordinating, Correlative or Subordinating conjunctions. (10 pts.) 1. I will sell my Jade ring and I will buy a small house. 2. Neither her husband nor their servants survived the great flood. 3. Lady Chang felt very happy when Ko returned to his studies. 4. Lady Chang worked hard but Ko never appreciated it.
  • 5. Little Ko grew fast and was a great joy to her. B. For the whole class: Write a letter showing appreciation and love for your parents.
  • Assign: Present the letter of appreciation you made for your parents. Be sure to get their replies on your letter.
  • So long… Farewell… Prepared by: Sir Christian L. Chua