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    Prep words for do af, parts of speech with teacher guided practice and 12 questions, cartoon writing prompt Prep words for do af, parts of speech with teacher guided practice and 12 questions, cartoon writing prompt Presentation Transcript

    • Bellringer Come in, sit down, and get started. Don’t make me tell you what to do. Here’s a little conversation that took place in class. Who’s right? Explain in a few sentences. Susie, rose is a noun, right? 4. The word rose is a _________. Noun Verb Pronoun Conjunction Adjective Adverb Preposition Interjection No, I mean rose like the flower, you know, rose. Noun, isn’t it? Are you sure? Man, I don’t get this English stuff. I’m going to say it’s a noun. Nope, it’s a verb. It’s a verb, bonehead. Past tense of rise. Am I sure? Who’s the ‘A’ student here, me or you? You’re a bonehead.
    • Mr. Bartlett’s English Class Control Yourself. Cooperate with Me. Continue the March.
    • Mr. Bartlett’s English Class Control Yourself. Cooperate with Me. Continue the March.
    • Mr. Bartlett’s English Class Control Yourself. Cooperate with Me. Continue the March.
    • Mr. Bartlett’s English Class Control Yourself. Cooperate with Me. Continue the March.
    • Mr. Bartlett’s English Class Control Yourself. Cooperate with Me. Continue the March.
    • What Are We Doing Today?
    • What Are We Doing Today?  We will review vocabulary for our next major reading
    • What Are We Doing Today?  We will review vocabulary for our next major reading  We will do some grammar work: Parts of Speech
    • What Are We Doing Today?  We will review vocabulary for our next major reading  We will do some grammar work: Parts of Speech  We will do some writing from a prompt, 100 words only
    • What Are We Doing Today?  We will review vocabulary for our next major reading  We will do some grammar work: Parts of Speech  We will do some writing from a prompt, 100 words only  Cool? That’s all I plan to do for today
    • What Are We Doing Today?  We will review vocabulary for our next major reading  We will do some grammar work: Parts of Speech  We will do some writing from a prompt, 100 words only  Cool? That’s all I plan to do for today  Not cool? Then I’ve got some sentence worksheets for you
    • Let’s start with some words and definitions. (You’ll need a fresh sheet of paper or two.)
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Belfry – A tower or steeple housing bells, especially one that is part of a church. 80
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Blackout curtains – heavy curtains put over windows to keep light inside from being visible outside. 80
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Skylight – A window set into a roof or ceiling. 60
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. 60 Threadbare – clothes or cloth that are shabby, old, or in poor condition.
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Rucksack – A bag with shoulder straps that allow it to be carried on a person’s back. 80
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Barrel organ – a mechanical musical instrument that is played by turning a handle. 80
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Rubbish – waste material; litter or trash. 60
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Emigrate – To leave one country and become a citizen of another. 60
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Plus fours – pants that are very baggy to the knees and then tight at the ankles. 80
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Conspicuous – Standing out so as to be clearly visible. 60
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Green Police – Secret police that were in charge of internal security in Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945. 80
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Mercurial – Used to describe a person who is subject to sudden and unpredictable changes. 80
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Curtsy – A woman or girl’s formal greeting made by bending the knees with one foot in front of the other. 80
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Ration books – A series of coupons stapled into a small booklet that are needed to buy controlled goods. 80
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. 60 Black market – An illegal traffic or trade in officially controlled or scarce goods.
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. w.c. – An abbreviation for “water closet,” which means a bathroom installed in a house. 80
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Liefje – A word in Dutch that a husband calls a wife privately, like “honey” or “dear” in English. 80
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Penknife – A small pocketknife with a blade that folds into the handle, often carried by boys and men. 80
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Star of David – A six-pointed star made from two triangles, one on top of the other, used as a Jewish symbol. 80
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Luncheon – A formal meal taken in the middle of the day. 60
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Anneke – A form of the name “Anne” used privately by members of a family. 80
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Boardinghouse – A private house that rents rooms and meals to paying guests, often for very short periods of time. 80
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. 60 Queen Wilhelmina – Queen of the Netherlands from 1890 to 1948.
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. 80 Pantomime – A form of entertainment in which street performers tell stories in gestures only, often accompanied by music.
    • Write the words and definitions that appear below. Loathe – To feel intense dislike or disgust for. 60
    • Excellent. Pass those up so I can check them. I’ll give them back to you tomorrow.
    • Parts of Speech
    • Parts of Speech  There are eight Parts of Speech. Only eight!
    • Parts of Speech  There are eight Parts of Speech. Only eight!  Every word in a sentence can be placed in one of these eight categories
    • Parts of Speech  There are eight Parts of Speech. Only eight!  Every word in a sentence can be placed in one of these eight categories  Let’s look at some sentences and practice together
    • But first, what about this?
    • But first, what about this? Susie, rose is a noun, right? 4. The word rose is a _________. Noun Verb Pronoun Conjunction Adjective Adverb Preposition Interjection No, I mean rose like the flower, you know, rose. Noun, isn’t it? Are you sure? Man, I don’t get this English stuff. I’m going to say it’s a noun. Nope, it’s a verb. It’s a verb, bonehead. Past tense of rise. Am I sure? Who’s the ‘A’ student here, me or you? You’re a bonehead.
    • 4. The word rose is a _________. Noun Verb Pronoun Conjunction Adjective Adverb Preposition Interjection
    • Neither one is right! 4. The word rose is a _________. Noun Verb Pronoun Conjunction Adjective Adverb Preposition Interjection
    • Neither one is right! My mom grew a rose in our garden. 4. The word rose is a _________. Noun Verb Pronoun Conjunction Adjective Adverb Preposition Interjection
    • Neither one is right! My mom grew a rose in our garden. 4. The word rose is a _________. Noun Verb Pronoun Conjunction Adjective Adverb Preposition Interjection
    • Neither one is right! My mom grew a rose in our garden. The balloon rose into the air. 4. The word rose is a _________. Noun Verb Pronoun Conjunction Adjective Adverb Preposition Interjection
    • Neither one is right! My mom grew a rose in our garden. The balloon rose into the air. 4. The word rose is a _________. Noun Verb Pronoun Conjunction Adjective Adverb Preposition Interjection
    • Neither one is right! My mom grew a rose in our garden. The balloon rose into the air. 4. The word rose is a _________. Noun Verb Pronoun Conjunction Adjective Adverb Preposition Interjection Words in isolation cannot be placed in a part of speech. Only when they are used do they acquire a category.
    • Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Let’s review the eight parts of speech first, shall we? Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Noun: A person, place, thing, or idea. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Verb: Shows action or state of being. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Pronoun: Takes the place of a noun. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Conjunction: Connects words and phrases together. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Adjective: Describes a noun (or pronoun). Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Adverb: Describes a verb (or adjective or another adverb) Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Preposition: Relates two words to each other (especially in time or space). Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Interjection: Word that expresses emotion, surprise, or fear. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Ricardo and Craig are arriving tomorrow. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Our team had worked hard to win the debate. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • My dog, Banjo, wants to go for a walk. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • The class is going to the museum next week. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • The workers painted the bleachers in the gym yesterday. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • My old bike is working fine since it got repaired. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • “Ouch!” said Taylor, “I hit my thumb with the hammer!” Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • My uncle looked everywhere for his keys, but didn’t find them. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • The rain interfered with our plans yesterday. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Carrie missed the announcement about the party. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • They remembered the gifts for the bride and the groom. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • The insurance man is advising us about our leaky roof. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Cynthia gave her sister a great birthday gift. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Crystal cried when she saw the dead cactus. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • The airplane taxied to the runway, but takeoff was delayed. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Dang it! The other team beat us four to nothing. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Who ate the last piece of cake? Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Our team had worked hard to win the debate. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Parts of Speech Quiz Name Quiz 28714 Girls: Identify the part of speech underlined in pink. Boys: Identify the part of speech underlined in blue.
    • 1. Ants are social insects that live in organized colonies. Noun 16 Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection Girls Boys
    • 2. Female ants are either queen ants or worker ants. Noun 16 Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection Girls Boys
    • Girls 3. Male ants mate with young queens and live short lives. Boys Noun 16 Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • Girls 4. Queens live several years and lay many batches of eggs. Boys Noun 16 Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • 5. Ants are also extremely strong and energetic. Noun 16 Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection Girls Boys
    • 6. They work hard to build large, structured nests. Noun 16 Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection Girls Boys
    • Girls 7. They use their powerful jaws to chew and carry objects. Boys Noun 16 Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection
    • 8. Ant nests often have rooms with connecting tunnels. Noun 16 Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection Girls Boys
    • 9. Communication is essential in such complex societies. Noun 16 Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection Girls Boys
    • 10. Ants have interesting ways to share information. Noun 16 Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection Girls Boys
    • 11. Their antenna are active and sensitive sense organs. Noun 16 Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection Girls Boys
    • 12. I got bit by fireants once—boy, did it ever hurt! Noun 16 Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Conjunction Preposition Interjection Girls Boys
    • Good. Pass your answer sheets forward now, please. Front row, pass them to the side.
    • “The other foot too, Mrs. Zipsky.” Imagine you are with someone who doesn’t get this cartoon. Explain to them why it’s funny. Write 200 words. 20 min
    • Mr. Bartlett’s English Class Control Yourself. Cooperate with Me. Continue the March.