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  2. 2. + 7:20-7:30 DO NOW 9:56- 10:06 1:10- 1:16 1. Im- is a prefix meaning “not.” Imprudent means “not prudent. What does immature mean? 2. Un- is a prefix meaning “not.” Use un- to give these words the opposite meaning, and then define them: necessary, able.  Example: Kind. Unkind. Rude or not nice. 3. Chester has had a prolonged interest in football; he has been a Saints fan for his entire life.  In the above sentence, prolonged most likely means: a. Extended b. Short c. Faint d. Insignificant 4. Blanca has surmounted many challenges in order to learn English.  Make an educated guess about the definition of surmounted.
  3. 3. + 7:30-7:45 PROLONGED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: extended  Part of Speech:  Synonyms:  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  4. 4. + 7:30-7:45 PROLONGED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: extended  Part of Speech: used as an adjective, but can also be a verb  Synonyms:  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  5. 5. + 7:30-7:45 PROLONGED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: extended  Part of Speech: used as an adjective, but can also be a verb  Synonyms: drawn out, lengthened  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  6. 6. + 7:30-7:45 PROLONGED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: extended  Part of Speech: used as an adjective, but can also be a verb  Synonyms: drawn out, lengthened  Antonyms: shorten, abbreviate  Sentence:
  7. 7. + 7:30-7:45 PROLONGED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: extended  Part of Speech: used as an adjective, but can also be a verb  Synonyms: drawn out, lengthened  Antonyms: shorten, abbreviate  Sentence: Zaroff’s whole life was one prolonged hunt.
  8. 8. + 7:30-7:45 PROLONGED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: extended  Part of Speech: used as an adjective, but can also be a verb  Synonyms: drawn out, lengthened  Antonyms: shorten, abbreviate  Sentence: Zaroff’s whole life was one prolonged hunt.  How will you remember it?
  9. 9. + 7:30-7:45 IMPRUDENT 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: unwise  Part of Speech:  Synonyms:  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  10. 10. + 7:30-7:45 IMPRUDENT 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: unwise  Part of Speech: adjective  Synonyms:  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  11. 11. + 7:30-7:45 IMPRUDENT 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: unwise  Part of Speech: adjective  Synonyms: carless, irresponsible  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  12. 12. + 7:30-7:45 IMPRUDENT 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: unwise  Part of Speech: adjective  Synonyms: carless, irresponsible  Antonyms: careful, cautious  Sentence:
  13. 13. + 7:30-7:45 IMPRUDENT 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: unwise  Part of Speech: adjective  Synonyms: carless, irresponsible  Antonyms: careful, cautious  Sentence: After the revolution in Russia, Zaroff left the country, for it was imprudent for an officer of the czar to stay there.
  14. 14. + 7:30-7:45 IMPRUDENT 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: unwise  Part of Speech: adjective  Synonyms: carless, irresponsible  Antonyms: careful, cautious  Sentence: After the revolution in Russia, Zaroff left the country, for it was imprudent for an officer of the czar to stay there.  How will you remember it?
  15. 15. + 7:30-7:45 SURMOUNTED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: overcame  Part of Speech:  Synonyms:  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  16. 16. + 7:30-7:45 SURMOUNTED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: overcame  Part of Speech: verb  Synonyms:  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  17. 17. + 7:30-7:45 SURMOUNTED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: overcame  Part of Speech: verb  Synonyms: exceeded, rose above  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  18. 18. + 7:30-7:45 SURMOUNTED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: overcame  Part of Speech: verb  Synonyms: exceeded, rose above  Antonyms: gave in, surrendered  Sentence: The general smiled the quiet smile of one who has faced an obstacle and surmounted it with success.
  19. 19. + 7:30-7:45 SURMOUNTED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: overcame  Part of Speech: verb  Synonyms: exceeded, rose above  Antonyms: gave in, surrendered  Sentence: The general smiled the quiet smile of one who has faced an obstacle and surmounted it with success.  How will you remember it?
  20. 20. + 7:30-7:45 UNRUFFLED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: calm, not disturbed  Part of Speech:  Synonyms:  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  21. 21. + 7:30-7:45 UNRUFFLED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: calm, not disturbed  Part of Speech: adjective  Synonyms:  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  22. 22. + 7:30-7:45 UNRUFFLED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: calm, not disturbed  Part of Speech: adjective  Synonyms: collected, cool, composed  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  23. 23. + 7:30-7:45 UNRUFFLED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: calm, not disturbed  Part of Speech: adjective  Synonyms: collected, cool, composed  Antonyms: frantic, nervous  Sentence:
  24. 24. + 7:30-7:45 UNRUFFLED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: calm, not disturbed  Part of Speech: adjective  Synonyms: collected, cool, composed  Antonyms: frantic, nervous  Sentence: Zaroff appeared unruffled, even when Rainsford called him a murderer.
  25. 25. + 7:30-7:45 UNRUFFLED 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: calm, not disturbed  Part of Speech: adjective  Synonyms: collected, cool, composed  Antonyms: frantic, nervous  Sentence: Zaroff appeared unruffled, even when Rainsford called him a murderer.  How will you remember it?
  26. 26. 7:45-7:50+ 10:21- 10:26 FORESHADOWING 1:31- 1:36  Remember, foreshadowing is the use of clues to hint at events that will occur later in the plot.  Foreshadowing can make a story more exciting by increasing suspense.
  27. 27. 7:50- 8:30 10:26- 11:06 1:36- 2:16+ “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell
  28. 28. 8:30- 8:48+ 11:06- 11:24 Character 2:16- 2:35 Psychologist Think about General Zaroff. As a psychologist, you will write a memo to psychoanalyze him. Your memo will include his name, a description of him, observations about his actions and statements, an explanation for his behavior, and quotes from the story to support your ideas. Remember, all the answers are not in the text. You will need to make inferences to explain General Zaroff’s behavior!
  29. 29. 8:48- 8:50+ 11:24- 11:26 Homework 2:34- 2:35  30 minutes of reading and 5 sentence connection to yourself, another text, or the world  Complete Character Psychologist Assignment if you didn’t already turn it in.
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