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  • Items You Need On Your Desk Today
    Planner
    Daily Language Review (DLR)
    Do Now Journal or paper
    Pen/pencil
    Cornell Notes section of your English notebook
    Your completed essay (on the left corner of your desk)
    2 Handouts, which you will receive
  • Do NowEnglish 8
    In your journal or on a separate piece of paper, answer the following question. Use complete sentences. Your response should be a minimum of 8 sentences.
    What power do children have to change the world?
    If you finish the first question, please give an example of a time/instance when children created change.
    Place your essay on the left corner of your desk for me to collect. Taylor submitted her essay via email! ;-)
    8 minutes
  • Take Out Daily Language Review
    Monday should be completed. Let’s go over it.
    Finish Tuesday for homework.
    Be sure to write this down in your planner.
  • Grammar, Usage, Mechanics
    Take out your Cornell Notes. Put this in your notes!
    EUQ: What is a complete subject and a complete predicate?
    Complete Subjects and Complete Predicates
    Predicate = verb= action, what the subject does
    Subject = person, place, thing
  • Finding Subjects and Predicates
    Put this in your notes!
    Emperor penguins live in one of the harshest environments on Earth.
    About whom is the sentence?
    Which part of the sentence tells what is going on?
  • Let’s Try Another
    Put this in your notes!
    Part 1:
    This species of penguin survives in the extreme conditions of Antarctica.
    About whom is this sentence?
    Which part of the sentence tells what happened?
  • Homework
    GUM: finish part 1. Due tomorrow
    Make sure your GUM homework and your DLR homework are both written in your planner
  • Identity Boxes
    If you have not presented your box, you will present on Friday. Please sign up on the sign up sheet before you leave class.
  • Warriors Don’t Cry Historical Background
    http://www.mscho.org/2011/08/22/getting-ready-for-warriors-dont-cry/