Tomorrow’s Test: NVA, Vocab (inc. SAWs), Plot (open notebook), Outsiders. “NVA, 9/14.” (9 to find.) For a brief moment, Jimmy stupidly thought he could fly like a graceful bird across the blue sky.   “Vocab, 9/14.” * = SAW.    _____ _____ _____ fear : panic :: ask : _____ Johnny persisted ____(ly) in asking… Read More

Tomorrow’s Test: Vocab, Verbs + Adjectives, Outsiders, Library, Husker Du. Checking SMYKs. “Verbs, 9/7.” Copy and finish #1, based on the video. For #2-#4, write the words that are used as verbs. A verb is a word that shows… “I am wet!” she cried, with a frown on her face. Millie felt scared as she… Read More

RED ALERT: I have noticed Learner’s Dictionary sentences turning up as Show Me YOU Knows. UhUhUh!!! THIS IS A PLAGIARISM! IT ENDS NOW. Tomorrow’s Test: Adjectives, Vocabulary, Outsiders, Classwork, Husker Du? “Adjectives, 8/31.” Copy the word and say whether it is an adjective or not. The running we do in PE is easy. I like… Read More

Checking: Show Me You Knows and KBARR. “Adjectives, 8/30.” (5p) Copy the underlined word and say whether it is an adjective or not. A savvy Kal-El  knew just what to do. (Solo Bonus: who is Kal El?) The running criminal was finally tackled. The running criminal was finally tackled. “He liked fights, blondes, and for some unfathomable reason, school.” “He liked fights, blondes, and for some unfathomable… Read More

I will reading/checking KBARR while you do adjectives and vocab. “Adjectives, 8/29.” (5p) Copy the underlined word in each sentence and write “adj.” or “not adjective.” (Bonus Opportunity: If it’s not an adjective, say what it is!) With his silly attitude, he fits the role of the jester perfectly. With his silly attitude, he fits the role of… Read More