Do Now Complete Monday in DLR. Please remain silent so that your classmates may thoughtfully complete their work. (5 minutes)
GUM and DLR Reminders Be sure your name, date and period is on your paper. Please put my name on their, too. Please swap papers with a neighbor. Be sure your name is on the paper you corrected. It should say, “Corrected by . . .” This way, you will receive credit for grading the paper. Some classmates lost points for not filling out the progress grid on previous DLRs. ;-(
Essential Understanding Question Cornell Notes: Left Side:What is a preposition? Right Side:A preposition is any word that describes the relationship between a noun or Pronoun and some other word or element in the sentence.
Prepositions Cornell Notes: Right Side: Prepositions are always found in prepositional phrases. Left Side: What is a prepositional phrase? Right Side: A phrase is a group of words that lacks either a subject or a predicate. Its words function as a single part of speech. Right Side: A prepositional phrase consists of a preposition and an object of the preposition. The object is usually the word immediately following the preposition. Right Side: The minimum ingredients of a prepositional phrase are a preposition and an object of a preposition. Adding adverbs and adjectives to a prepositional phrase makes it more interesting. Spicier. Jazzier.
Examples of Prepositional Phrases Above such foolishness . . . After this insanely wild and crazy birthday party . . . Up the very steep mountain . . . Under the boulder . . .
Vocabulary Virtuoso A humongous shout out to . . . James! Delmar! Lon’don! Ja’leah! Jonas! Sarah! Tara! Destynee! A perfect 10!
Vocabulary Words On Wednesday, you will be tested on these five vocabulary words from WDC. These words go on a separate page in your Cornell notes. Pristine: adj. pure; uncorrupted Spew: v. to vomit or eject from the mouth [as in words] Treacherous: adj. dangerous; hazardous; unstable Meticulous: adj. described as taking extreme caution Accentuate: v. to give influence or to mark as special
Using our words in sentences Pristine: The freshly fallen snow gave the streets a pristine look until rush hour, when everything turned to slush. Spew: The winning ticket holder was so excited that she spewed uncontrollable nonsense during her interview with the reporter. Treacherous: The hike through the treacherous mountains was arduous and frightening and that’s why I considered myself lucky to make it out alive. The photographer is meticulous about the care for her equipment and that is why it is in such great shape. The reporter accentuated the politician’s achievements and purposely left out the information about his derelict past.
Using Vocabulary in Sentences Choose a partner who sits next to you and work together to develop meaningful sentences that demonstrate each of the following words. These five sentences are your exit ticket, today! Pristine Spew Treacherous Meticulous Accentuate
Sneak Peek for Tomorrow We will complete the clarification portion of our essay. Bring: Say, Mean, Matter Sarah, Jonas, Charles and Elijah will assist! Your homework is on the website. Look for it there.