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  • 1. Online Component
  • 2.  Study the Vocabulary for Chapters 1 and 2 (The Hunger Games).  You can find the complete vocabulary list on the website under “Vocabulary.” Read The St. Martin’s Guide to Writing pages 16-38  If you don’t yet have the text, you can download these pages on the website under “primary texts” and “Remembering an Event: St. Martin’s Guide.”  Answer the assigned questions in the “Analyzing Writing Strategies” section. Writing: Journal Prompt 2  In your own life, when was a time when you felt defeated? How did you regain your confidence?
  • 3.  To best learn new words, use these steps:  Make vocabulary cards by printing the word on one side of a 3x5 card and the definition on the other side.  Use the words in your writing—either in your journal entries or in your drafting.  Use the words when you speak—either in class or out of class, if the opportunity arises. Remember, there will be quizzes and tests on these words. Bring your cards to class.
  • 4. Chapter 1 Chapter 21. Entrails 1. Synonymous2. Reaping 2. Tenuous3. Apothecary4. Iridescent5. Paraffin6. Meager7. Racketeers8. Sustenance9. Tribute10. Repentance
  • 5.  This chapter features four narrative essays like those we will be writing in class. As you read, pay attention to the structure of each. In particular, notice the margin notes in the essay “Calling Home” by Jean Brandt.
  • 6.  If your last name begins with the letter A-I, answer the questions in the “Analyzing Writing Strategies” section after the Dillard essay on pages 25-26 If your last name begins with the letter J-Q, answer the questions in the “Analyzing Writing Strategies” section after the Wolff essay on page 31-32 If your last name begins with the letter R-Z, answer the questions in the “Analyzing Writing Strategies” section after the Bragg essay on page 36-37.
  • 7. In your own life, when was a time when you felt defeated? How did you regain your confidence?
  • 8. Read SMG 16-38Post #5: Analyzing Writing StrategiesPost #6 Journal 2: In your own life, when was atime when you felt defeated? How did you regain yourconfidence?Study: Vocab (chapters 1 and 2).Bring: SMG to class

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