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    • Rules of the Game: 1. Everyone will participate. This is YOUR review for tomorrow’s test. Even if it’s not your turn you should be thinking of the correct answer. 2. Questions will be answered by whoever’s turn it is. Final Jeopardy will be answered by the group. 3. Ms. McKinnon keeps track of points and has the final say for each answer. If you choose to argue you will be excused from the game.
    • THIS IS
    • With Your Host...
    • Revising Paragraphs/ Writing OR Narrative R, P, & S Misc. Sentences Process Editing? Writing 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500
    • What is the topic sentence? A 100
    • The topic sentence in a paragraph lets the audience know the main ideas. A 100
    • What is the concluding sentence? A 200
    • The concluding sentence in the paragraph restates the topic sentence and wraps up the paragraph A 200
    • What is the body (or development) of the paragraph? A 300
    • The body or development of a paragraph supports the topic sentence and provides details. A 300
    • How many sentences should be in a paragraph? A 400
    • The paragraph needs as many sentences that are needed. (Minimum of 5) A 400
    • What are three ways to describe a BAD topic sentence? A 500
    • Possible Answers: 1. The topic sentence presents more than one topic. 2. The topic sentence uses vague words. 3. The topic sentence does not give strong direction to the paragraph. A 500
    • What happens during the first step of the writing process? B 100
    • Possible Answers: The topic is chosen, brainstorming occurs, and thoughts are organized. B 100
    • What happens during the fifth step of the writing process? B 200
    • The paper is displayed for others to see, it is written in your best handwriting, and illustrations are added. B 200
    • During what step do you focus on content rather than GUMS? B 300
    • Drafting B 300
    • What are some ways to organize your thoughts? B 400
    • Jot list Venn diagram Story map Web Outline B 400
    • What does ARMS stand for? B 500
    • ADD REMOVE MOVE AROUND SUBSTITUTE B 500
    • During which stage would you add vivid words or a thesaurus? C 100
    • Revising. C 100
    • During which stage would you add transition words, details, or imagery? C 200
    • Revising. C 200
    • During which stage would you read the paper backwards to find misspelled words? C 300
    • Editing. C 300
    • DAILY Place A Wager DOUBLE C 400
    • During which stage would you make sure you indented? C 400
    • Editing. C 400
    • During which stage would you check for GUMS? C 500
    • Editing. C 500
    • What are personal narratives about? D 100
    • A personal narrative tells about an event or experience you’ve had D 100
    • What are the three parts to a personal narrative? D 200
    • Personal Narrative have a beginning, middle, and end. D 200
    • What point of view are personal narratives told from? D 300
    • Personal narrative are told from the first person POV. Ex. I, me, my, myself, we D 300
    • What is included at the beginning to attract the reader’s attention? D 400
    • The grabber or hook catches the reader’s attention right away. D 400
    • How should the grabber make the reader feel? D 500
    • The grabber should make the reader feel curiosity, anger, worry, sorrow, excitement, fear, etc. D 500
    • Pre- E 100
    • Before E 100
    • Post- E 200
    • After E 200
    • Log E 300
    • Idea, word, speech, study, reason E 300
    • Cycl E 400
    • circle E 400
    • -ness E 500
    • State of E 500
    • What tools can you use to prepare for your test on Wednesday? F 100
    • Notes, Class Website, PowerPoints, EQ Log F 100
    • How can you protect yourself from the flu?? F 200
    • 1. Wash hands! 2. Use Germ-X. 3. Cough into your elbow. 4. Keep hands away from your face. F 200
    • What holiday did we stay out of school for yesterday? F 300
    • Labor Day! F 300
    • What kind of graph shows change over time? F 400
    • Line Graph F 400
    • What are the three types of government? F 500
    • Autocracy, Oligarchy, Democracy F 500
    • The Final Jeopardy Category is: Knucklehead Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
    • What are the names of Jon’s brothers? Click on screen to continue
    • Jim, Tom, Gregg, Brian, Jeff Click on screen to continue
    • Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT