Tomorrow’s Test: Vocab + SAWs, Gramma, TS.
Here’s a tip: Tonight, click the test link, open your Tom Sawyer book, and LOOK UP THE ANSWERS!
Here’s another tip: You can have Tom Sawyer read to you while you follow along here:
“Vocabulary, 4/11.” Once each.
- Let’s hope that tomorrow’s test scores aren’t ______(ly) low.
- You don’t have to be ______ to already know what’s going to be on tomorrow’s test.
- You don’t have to _____ it to have a copy of tomorrow’s test in advance.
- The sheriff came through, _____(ly) leading the suspected killer by the arm.
- Please do not be a _____ and cheat on tomorrow’s test.
- When we go over vocab, I am not just _____(ing), I am trying to help you get it right on the test.
- Huck thought Tom was a(n) ______ writer after he heard the oath Tom wrote.
- The movie star was at the _____ of her popularity when she died suddenly.
- Among the mothers of St. Petersburg, Huck Finn is a _____.
- The villagers thought the killer was being _____ for returning to the scene of the crime.
Gramma Relay! The class with the fastest time and fewest mistakes wins!
Stand up, line up, and count off 1-10.
noun, verb, adjective, adverb, pronoun, interjection, conjunction
- The “Mr. Morton” of the sentence.
- Answers the questions when, where, or how.
- Answers the questions which one, what kind, how many.
- A connecting word that joins words, phrases, or clauses.
- An example is the word yours.
- Always separated from the rest of the sentence by punctuation.
- Can usually be turned into an adverb by adding -ly.
- Has a past, present, and future.
- Describes adjectives and adverbs.
- What Mr. Morton does.
- What does Tom fantasize about twice in Chapter 3?
- How does Tom get revenge for the maid dumping water on him?
“The window went up, a maid–servant’s discordant voice profaned the holy calm, and a deluge of water drenched the prone martyr’s remains!
The strangling hero sprang up with a relieving snort. There was a whiz as of a missile in the air, mingled with the murmur of a curse, a sound as of shivering glass followed, and a small, vague form went over the fence and shot away in the gloom.”
Chapter 4: Movie excerpt from 1938. (14:05-18ish)
Chapter 5: Tom is bored in church.
Chapter 6: Let’s meet Huck Finn and Becky Thatcher (“The Adored Unknown”).