Tomorrow’s Test: Vocabulary (including SAWs), FROs, Outsiders/Plot, Husker Du.
Blog of the Day: Rozy Can Read!
1.”Don’t blame me! I don’t make the laws, I just _____them!”
2. “What’s a _____, Joey?” “I knew you were going to say that!”
3. It was Ug’s discovery, but it would be____(ed) by others.
4. “Finding work may not make you happy, but it would make me _____(ly) happy.”
6. The adventurer’s ______(s) made for a great novel.
7. The school newspaper has been __ for a long while, but they hope to revive it next year.
8. Grandpa Simpson likes to ____ about his days as a young man.
9. The greasers and the Socs have agreed to a sort of _____-fire before the rumble. They have agreed not to fight until the big one.
10. The large farm owners are often accused of ____(ing) the workers who pick the crops.
11. I was _____ and bored when Mom made me go to my sister’s ballet recital.
12. The villain’s evil plot was ______(ishly) clever.
13. *** (2) He made a ______ and generous ______(ion) to the Save the Whales campaign. (There is only one answer for the first blank, not two.)
EXAMPLE 1: The dry desert soil and hardly any water. CS, RO, F? WHY?
EXAMPLE 2: Not much rain falls in the desert, some animals still live there. CS, RO, F? WHY?
“FROs Pretest, 9/29.” CS, RO, F? 10/10 = EXEMPT!
- Hide in burrows and beneath rocks.
- As I wandered too close to the fire.
- With a sword in one hand and a shield in the the other.
- Herds of fiendish llamas called dooms roam the empty countryside.
- Months may pass between attacks when they do occur, they are violent.
- There are shells all over the beach, let’s collect some!
- Is this a fragment?
- The strange life of the llama.
- Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water.
- Jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill came tumbling after.
Outsiders and Plot. Bonus Lightning Round.
After we are introduced to the characters and their situations in the 1)______, we get to the 2)______, which sets our story in motion. The 3)______ is usually the longest part of the story and full of ups and downs. This is where we build up the anticipation for the 4)_____ of the story, which is the highest point of the action in the story and steers us toward our 5)_______.