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7:50- 8:30                         10:26- 11:06                         1:36- 2:16+    “The Most Dangerous Game”    by Ric...
+    Daily Quiz!
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Day 4 MDG

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Day 4 MDG

  1. 1. + 7:20-7:30 DO NOW 9:56- 10:06 1:10- 1:16 1. Invariably, someone will sing 2 Chains during third period. What does invariably most likely mean? 2. The nice weather is a diverting distraction from homework on the weekend. What does diverting most likely mean? a. Sticking out b. Unwise c. Becoming more distant d. Entertaining
  2. 2. + 7:30-7:45 INVARIABLY 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: always; without changing  Part of Speech:  Synonyms:  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  3. 3. + 7:30-7:45 INVARIABLY 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: always; without changing  Part of Speech: adverb  Synonyms:  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  4. 4. + 7:30-7:45 INVARIABLY 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: always; without changing  Part of Speech: adverb  Synonyms: regularly, consistently  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  5. 5. + 7:30-7:45 INVARIABLY 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: always; without changing  Part of Speech: adverb  Synonyms: regularly, consistently  Antonyms: occasionally, erratically  Sentence:
  6. 6. + 7:30-7:45 INVARIABLY 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: always; without changing  Part of Speech: adverb  Synonyms: regularly, consistently  Antonyms: occasionally, erratically  Sentence: Zaroff said that his captives invariably choose the hunt.
  7. 7. + 7:30-7:45 INVARIABLY 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: always; without changing  Part of Speech: adverb  Synonyms: regularly, consistently  Antonyms: occasionally, erratically  Sentence: Zaroff said that his captives invariably choose the hunt.  How will you remember it?
  8. 8. + 7:30-7:45 DIVERTING 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: entertaining  Part of Speech:  Synonyms:  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  9. 9. + 7:30-7:45 DIVERTING 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: entertaining  Part of Speech: adjective  Synonyms:  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  10. 10. + 7:30-7:45 DIVERTING 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: entertaining  Part of Speech: adjective  Synonyms: distracting, amusing  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  11. 11. + 7:30-7:45 DIVERTING 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: entertaining  Part of Speech: adjective  Synonyms: distracting, amusing  Antonyms:  Sentence:
  12. 12. + 7:30-7:45 DIVERTING 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: entertaining  Part of Speech: adjective  Synonyms: distracting, amusing  Antonyms: boring, tiring  Sentence: The deadly hunt was a diverting game to Zaroff.
  13. 13. + 7:30-7:45 DIVERTING 10:06- 10:21 1:16- 1:31  Definition: entertaining  Part of Speech: adjective  Synonyms: distracting, amusing  Antonyms:  Sentence: The deadly hunt was a diverting game to Zaroff.  How will you remember it?
  14. 14. + Flash-Forward  Flash-forward is a literary device authors use to interrupt the present action of the story and shift it into the future.  Sometimes authors use flash-forward to create dramatic irony. The reader knows what will happen in the future, but the characters don’t.  Other time, the author uses flash-forward to keep the action going and suspense levels high.
  15. 15. 7:50- 8:30 10:26- 11:06 1:36- 2:16+ “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell
  16. 16. + Daily Quiz!
  17. 17. 8:30- 8:48+ 11:06- 11:24 Comparing Rainsford and 2:16- 2:35 Zaroff’s Attitudes Toward “the Game” Three Actions and Three Pieces of Dialogue Explanation Ms. Popp will model proper format

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