Review 120 Seconds.
We start when we get back. Here’s another (slightly too long) demo.
whereas, capable, ongoing, compatible, notion
1. _____ 2. _____ 3. _____ 4. _____ 5. _____
Jimmy was a 6)______ worker and his friendly personality made him 7)______ with the team, 8)_____ Joey had the 9)_____ that he was too good for the job and had 10)______ problems until he was fired.
consequence, undernourished, extract, modify.
11. _____ 12. _____ 13. _____ 14. _____
“Euphemisms II.” Translate each euphemism.
Bonus: Euthanasia is a euphemism for…
Bonus II: The prefix eu means… ________
- intentionally inaccurate statement
- monthly housing accommodation payment
- governmental revenue ($) enhancement
- encore telecast
- chronologically challenged (chron = time after the Greek god, Chronos.)
“The Pedestrian” and “The Forecast” p196.
Bonus: What does the prefix ped- mean?
“OG/Ped Quiz, 12/20.” Write the answer, not the letter.
- Why did Gran-Da try to burn the flag?
- Why did Donald turn him in?
- “Old Glory” was written in… a) 1st person b) 2nd person c) 3rd person d) 4th person
- The main conflict in “The Pedestrian” is…
- “The Pedestrian” is written in… a) 1st person b) 2nd person c) 3rd person d) 4th person
- “The Forecast” is written in… a) 1st person b) 2nd person c) 3rd person d) 4th person
- Which of the following is closest in its theme to “The Forecast”? a) The Midwife’s Apprentice b) “The Pedestrian” c) “Old Glory” d) The Outsiders e) “Nothing Gold Can Stay” f) “Motto”
- The word forecast in the poem refers to the weatherman’s forecast, but it also adds another meaning for the poem. What else is the poem forecasting?
- (2) Which character doesn’t belong with the others? Why? a) Pony b) Alyce c) Gran-Da d) Donald e) Mr. Mead
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