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8th grade 10 30-12


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8th grade 10 30-12

  1. 1. 10­30­12.notebook October 30, 2012 10/30/12 8th Grade Language Arts Assignments: Agenda: -Lit Circles (W) 1. Warm-up: Choosing new words -Vocabulary Packet (TH) 2. Vocabulary Unit 5 -Spelling Test (TH) 3. Grammar -The Giver ch 6-9 (T) 4. Literature 1
  2. 2. 10­30­12.notebook October 30, 2012 interdependence excruciating carnage  reprieve requisitioned ominous consciousness diminished petitioned indescribable  deliverance  nourishment interdependence  injection acquisition conspicuous unendurable  kinship transmit contentedly  collective tentatively receptacle  successor frigid prohibited ointment intimate 2
  3. 3. 10­30­12.notebook October 30, 2012 Chapter 11, Lesson 1: Periods and Other End Marks Periods: -after a declarative sentence -after almost every imperative sentence -after an indirect question -an indirect question reports what a person asked without using the persons exact words ex: Direct- The aide asked, "Which route should I take sir?" Indirect- The aide asked the general which route to take. 3
  4. 4. 10­30­12.notebook October 30, 2012 Question Marks: -after an interrogative sentence Exclamation Point: -after an exclamatory sentence -after an interjection or any other exclamatory expression EX: What! Where could they be? Quick! Search the woods for spies! 4
  5. 5. 10­30­12.notebook October 30, 2012 Other uses of periods: -common abbreviations and initials: sec. P.O. CD MN hr. -use a period after each number or letter in an outline or list Outline List Early Communication I. Visual Methods of A. Sign Language Communication B. Writing 1. Writing II. Oral 2. Speaking 3. Sign Language A. Speech B. Song 5
  6. 6. 10­30­12.notebook October 30, 2012 1. A voter asked the candidates what their priorities were 2. We won Hooray Happy Days are here again 3. The issues are sewers, schools, and sprawl 4. Mr. Thompson, the alderman, opposes any new taxes 5. Do you plan to get up and talk 6. Hey I still have the floor 7. I Issues facing the town in the next decade A Sewer extensions B School budget C Suburban sprawl D Taxes II Leaders 6
  7. 7. 10­30­12.notebook October 30, 2012 Assignment: Assignment: Level 1 ¨ Page 252 parts A and B Level 2 ¨ Page 252 part B only 7
  8. 8. 10­30­12.notebook October 30, 2012 Discussion  8
  9. 9. 10­30­12.notebook October 30, 2012 WHO HAS THE POWER Judicial  Branch Executive  Branch Legislative  Branch 9
  10. 10. 10­30­12.notebook October 30, 2012 The Receiver Committee of Elders Committee head committee members family unit head- mother/father Family unit member -son/daughter 10