Phew! We made it!
Debrief Test #17.
Prep sheet for Test #17. Reload to get the latest version.
KBAR: ___/15 Vocab H/W: ____/20 Vocab Practices: ___/14 ___/14
Other Extra Credit: Periods 1 and 5 get +3 for vocab relay, Periods 2 and 6 get +2. +2 for 10/10 on AW’s Monday.
Tomorrow’s (Yes, tomorrow!) Test: V + V + HD + Sneetches.
No KBAR tomorrow night! Your chart should show three (3) complete lines tomorrow!
Special Offer to those who will be reading in January! You may record your performance on video and send it to me over the break. Then when it’s your turn, I will simply roll the video.
“Vocab, 12/18.” (13)
mesmerize, quarantine, hypochondria, pandemonium, defray, subjugate, resolute, intercede, disgruntled, wallow, pauper, *incorporate, *initiative, *acknowledge, *transport, *incidence
“The Sneetches” and “Yertle the Turtle.”
What is a satire?
What makes people treat others differently? Is there a rule we can apply to determine when it is okay to treat others differently and when it is not? Intelligence? Looks? Talents? Morals? Friendliness? The fact that they like you?
“The Sneetches” was intended by Seuss as a satire of discrimination between races and cultures, and was specifically inspired by his opposition to antisemitism.
What makes people treat others differently? So a star on your belly isn’t difference enough? What is?
Test Questions Tomorrow:
Attention! Some changes in the plan this week:
“Sentences, 12/17.” Rewrite the sentence below to better show the connection between the two parts.
Vladek’s Story Continues.
“Maus Quiz, 12/17. Collaborative. Each person in the group MUST contribute at least one answer to the group. Everyone in the group should have the same answers. The group’s score is that of the lowest score in the group.
Copy homework into planner. If you haven’t 120’ed, you will this week!
transport (v): to carry (someone or something) from one place to another
initiative (n): 1) the energy and desire that is needed to do something 2) a plan or program that is intended to solve a problem
incorporate (v): to include (something) as part of something else
incidence (n): how often something happens
acknowledge (v): 1) to admit 2) to express thanks or appreciation for
Debrief Test #16. Hmmm.
Timeline of events.