Wednesday 11/8: Transitions, Vocab + Relay, Alyce

Tomorrow’s Test (already?): Transitions, Vocabulary, RBC Remote, TMA. Checking KBAR Summaries. “Transitions, 11/8.” (9p) furthermore, first, in fact, until then, consequently, in contrast, second, then, however, but, nevertheless  (3) ______, I will boil the water. ______, I will brew the tea, and ____, I will serve it. I know Pedro quite well. _____, Pedro happens to be my […]

Tuesday, 11/7: CRAAP, Vocab, RBC, Alyce

The CRAAP Test. Currency – Relevance – Authority – Accuracy – Purpose “CRAAP, 11/6.” As I display each web page, talk over with your group what links I should click to try to determine the main purpose of the website. As I click the links, talk over with your group what the purpose of the website is: –Advocacy – to sway opinion, to […]

Tuesday, 10/24: SS, Vocab, TMA

“Warm Up 10/24” I saw five _____ in Las Vegas!  a) Elvi  b) Elvis’s  c) Elvis’  d) Elvises  e) NOTA _____ are not allowed…  a) Students  b) Students’  c) Student’s  d) NOTA …in the ___ lounge.  a) teacher’s  b) teachers’  c) teachers’s  d) NOTA “Sentence Scramble, 10/24.” her bread and onion Beetle was too excited to […]

Thursday, 10/19: Sentence Scramble, KoS, Vocab + Relay, TMA

Tomorrow’s Test: Vocab, KoS, Husker Du, TMA, Sentence Scramble. “Sentence Scramble, 10/19.” the soggy sack to the bag and found tangled in she crept up the scrawny, scruffy, orange cat   “KoS, 10/19” Will you tell me what a llama looks like  a) Declarative  b) Interrogative  c) Imperative   d) Exclamatory The llama is a quadruped […]

Wednesday, 10/18: Sentence Scramble, KoS, Vocab, TMA

“Sentence Scramble, 10/18.” for the warm rotting for she hoped for nothing tonight she settled and expected nothing of a dung heap where she dreamed of nothing (page 2)   A declarative (D) sentence makes a statement. It ends with a period. An interrogative (INT) sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark. An imperative (IMP) sentence tells or […]

Tuesday, 10/17: KoS, Vocab, TMA

“Kinds of Sentences, 10/17.” A declarative (D) sentence makes a statement. It ends with a period. An interrogative (INT) sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark. An imperative (IMP) sentence tells or asks someone to do something. It usually ends with a period. An exclamatory (E) sentence shows STRONG feeling. It always ends with an exclamation point. An interrogative sentence […]