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10 28-13 prealgebra

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10 28-13 prealgebra

  1. 1. 10­28­13 77th prealgebra.notebook October 28, 2013 10/28/13 7th Grade Language Arts Assignments: Agenda: -Punctuating Quotations (T) 1. Independent Reading 2. Grammar -Cause and effect graphic organizer #2 (T- End of the class) 3. Cause/Effect Essay -Cause and Effect Rough Draft (F 11/1) -Vocabulary Writing (F 11/1) -2 comments on reading response (F) -Grammar Test (M) 1
  2. 2. 10­28­13 77th prealgebra.notebook October 28, 2013 Chapter 11, Lesson 4- Punctuating Quotations Direct Quotations: • Use quotations at the beginning and end of a direct quotation Ex: "I can't wait to finish my homework!" exclaimed Evan. • Use commas to set off explanatory words used with direct quotations Ex: Luke agreed, "Me too!" "I dislike homework," argued Julia, "because it takes away from my personal life." "I only like reading," Zach said. • If the quotation is a question or an exclamation, place the end mark inside the closing quotations marks. Ex: "Who doesn't like homework?" asked Mrs. Slavens • If quoted words are part of a question or exclamation, place the end mark outside the closing quotation marks. Ex: Did Evan really say "I can't wait to finish my homework"? Evan did say "I can't wait to finish my homework." 2
  3. 3. 10­28­13 77th prealgebra.notebook October 28, 2013 Indirect Quotations: • Do not use quotation marks to set off an indirect quotation. Ex: Ryan said that he wants more homework. Divided Quotations: • use quotation marks to enclose both parts of a divided quotation • Do not capitalize the first word of the second part of a divided quotation unless it begins a new sentence. Ex: "Homework," Mrs. Slavens said, "is helpful for me to see how much you have learned." "Don't tests do that too?" Blake asked. "We would rather take tests everyday instead of having homework." Quotation Marks in Dialogue: • In dialogue, a new paragraph and a new set of quotation marks signal a change in speakers. Ex: Payton said, "Language Arts is my favorite class." "I agree," stated Jason. "Not me. I like History the best," said Anna. 3
  4. 4. 10­28­13 77th prealgebra.notebook October 28, 2013 Hook: (An intriguing statement to catch the reader’s attention.) __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ Opening Statement: (This is an overall statement of the topic of the paper—in this case, a brief summary of the case, juror, play, etc) __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ Thesis Statement (what you are trying to prove in your paper—in this case, identify the your juror/ state his impact on the jury proceedings): __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ 4
  5. 5. 10­28­13 77th prealgebra.notebook October 28, 2013 Topic Sentence: __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ Supporting Fact 1: __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ 5

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