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8th grade 9 7-12

  1. 1. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 9-7-12 8th Grade Language Arts Agenda 1. Warm-up: Green Language Network book page 94 part A Assi gnm ents -Rea : 2. Grammar d ch 4-5 -Lite (T) 3. Literature ratu re C -2nd ircle Inde s (W pend ) Log ent and Read Gree ing n Sh eet (F) 1
  2. 2. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 Grammar Note/Examples: Chapter 4: Lesson 1 What is a verb? -a word used to express an action, condition, or state of being Two main types -action: tells what a subject does (physical or mental) -linking: links the subject to a word in the predicate ( ) Both action and linking can use helping verbs -Helping Verbs: help the main verb express precise shades of meaning (called a verb phrase) BE CAREFUL- some verbs can act as both main verbs and helping verbs -King Kong has no chance of survival. -He has angered too many people. Come circle the verb in each sentence 2
  3. 3. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 Examples: Drag the correct verb into the ( ) and circle the main verb. 1. King Kong ( may be ) the most famous monster movie ever. Linking 2. At the start of the film, a producer (is planning ) a movie. Action 3. He and a film crew ( sail ) to Skull Island. Action 4. There they ( find ) a giant ape, Kong. Action 5. Kong ( falls ) in love with Ann, the movies star. Action 6. The producer ( takes ) Kong to New York in chains. Action 7. Kong ( escapes ) from his chains. Action climbs 8. He ( ) to the top of the Empire State Building. Action must struggle 9. There, he ( ) against fighter planes. Action 10. Kongs enemies ( win ) in the end. Action 3
  4. 4. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 Chapter 4, Lesson 2 Review Action Verbs: often accompanied by words that complete their meaning...these words are called? Direct object- a noun or pronoun that names the receiver of a verbs action.what or whom Indirect Object- tellsto what or whom or for what or whom an action is done -if the word to or for appears in the sentence, the word that follows isnot an indirect object...it is an _____________________________ -Show the stunt to us. -Show us the stunt. 4
  5. 5. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 New Stuff Transitive and Intransitive Verbs • Transitive Verb= a verb that has a direct object • Intransitive Verb= a verb that does not have a direct object -Evil Knievel cleared nineteen cars in one stunt. -His motorcycle sailed through the air. ***Sometimes an intransitive verb is followed by a word that looks like a direct object, but it is really an adverb. (remember...adverbs answer the questions where, when, how, or to what extent -Knievel crashed his motorcycle. -He crashed frequently. 5
  6. 6. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 Examples: Intransitive Transitive The mountain was named after Sir George Everest. Mount Everest straddles the border between Nepal and Tibet. The summit loomed in the distance. The mountain casts its shadow The mountain goat scrambled up the slope. over the sleepy town. They could rise at a rate of only one foot per minute. His fellow climber, Norgay, was a Sherpa from Nepal. Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay climbed Mount Everest in 1953. Hillary had been a professional beekeeper. 6
  7. 7. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 What do you already know  about gangs?  Write some  things below. 7
  8. 8. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 8
  9. 9. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 Complete the venn diagram. Label West side blue jeans and  khakis and  T­shirts Label madras good cars long hair good grades East side Mustangs poor rich Socs Greasers 9
  10. 10. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 10
  11. 11. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 greaser mi dd le br ot her Sodapop ar Curtis st v ie ome mo nds -out ha drop Drive the car to the rumble to reveal the character clues. 11
  12. 12. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 Oklahoma 1960s here press answer f or the What is the setting of  The Outsiders ? 12
  13. 13. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 student joker Keith 18 1/2 Two­Bit Drive the car to the rumble to reveal the character clues. 13
  14. 14. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 What is the point of view of the story? How do we learn about  The Outsiders ? Click on the eye for the answer. 14
  15. 15. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 ere press h wer ans for the This character gave up a college scholarship. 15
  16. 16. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 Why? Write your reasons on the pocket of Darrys jeans. 16
  17. 17. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 The person in the car  was arrested at age 10.    Now theres a real JD! Write the persons name here: Dally Roll down the window  Check to check er sw your answer. an 17
  18. 18. verbs and outsiders 9­7­12.notebook September 07, 2012 18

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