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Spin the Wheel of Doom to see from whence this week’s warm ups will come.
“Warm Up, 2/27.” Period 1. Test 18.
- He failed the test after he ignored the warning. a) independent b) dependent c) not a clause
- The llama is a quadruped with fins for swimming. a) independent b) dependent c) not a clause
- Since Jenni ate the hot dog, she got sick. a) independent b) dependent c) not a clause
- True/False Dependent clauses usually begin with words such as and, but, or.
- When you use a dependent clause as a sentence, that mistake is called a(n) ____. a) independent clause b) run-on c) fragment d) phrase e) NOTA
“Warm Up, 2/27.” Period 2. Test 6.
- The thief __(ed) the alarm system, and was able to steal the jewels. a) defunct b) smolder c) sullen d) siege e) circumvent
- My mom said my argument was not ______(ly) ______… a) impact/valid b) potential/sufficient c) demonstrate/considerable d) sufficient/valid e) sufficient/skimpy
- The large farm owners are often accused of ____(ing) the workers who pick the crops. a) siege b) circumvent c) sullen d) reminisce e) exploit
- There are shells all over the beach, let’s collect some! a) Fragment b) Run-On c) Complete Sentence
- he ______ is usually the longest part of the story and full of ups and downs. This is where we build up the anticipation… a) climax b) inciting action c) exposition d) rising action e) climax
“Warm Up, 2/27.” Period 3. Test 5.
- belongs to them : ___ :: location : ___ a) their/they’re b) there/their c) their/there d) they’re/there
- Every time Dr. Pavlov rang a bell, he _______(ed) a response from the dog, who thought he was going to be fed. a) reluctant b) vain c) mimic d) elicit e) patronize
- nonchalant : hysterical :: gossipy : _____ a) patronize b) discrete c) discreet d) dumbfounded e) reluctant
- I love that story, I have read it three times. a) Fragment b) Run-On c) Complete Sentence
- Which quote best relates to “Richard Cory”? a) “I was wrong.” b) “…some of us watch the sunset too.” c) “I can’t stand fights.” d) “Things are rough all over.” e) “I know better now.”
“Warm Up, 2/27.” Period 6. Test 19.
- It was hard to believe that such a huge voice emanated from such a _______ girl. a) diminutive b) dilemma c) aspire d) daunt e) NOTA
- She faced a _______ about turning in her friend for cheating. a) pacifying b) daunting c) diminutive d) pragmatic e) NOTA
- Jill drove the car out to the llama’s house in the country. a) simple sentence b) fragment c) complex sentence
- You would like it if you were a bird. a) simple sentence b) fragment c) complex sentence
- Why is Vladek’s brother-in-law Wolfe not too worried about the way things are for them now? a) He has a plan for escape. b) He doesn’t believe the stories of the camps. c) He thinks the war will be over soon. d) He has plenty of money. e) NOTA
Debrief Test #24. OMG, really?
Work on Interview.
Create a Google Doc First! We will print it and copy it to your blog on Thursday!
- At least 750 words. At least 5+ paragraphs:
- Introduction: Setting. Description of scene/setting. How it was set up. Why you chose this person. Relationship to this person.
- Description of person. Show, don’t tell.
- Looks. (Details.)
- Voice and choice of words. Delivery.
- Personality. (Bitter? Enthusiastic? Happy? Lost in memories? Crabby? What?)
- Questions you asked, followed by answers and follow up.
- You may summarize their answers, but please include at least three good quotes (word for word, as close as you can get) that use the person’s actual words.
- Conclusion: Discuss what you learned, most surprising info, most interesting, change in attitude, etc.
- Come up with a creative title that sums up the interview.
- Please print it and then post it on your blog.
- Extra Credit: pics.