October 10, 2017 Question: What are the three uses for apostrophes? “Apostrophes, 10/10.” Copy only the bold-faced, underlined part. Write the correct form of the word for each blank. You might have to pluralize and/or possessify. YOU get ONE S. The _____ car is equipped with laser cannons. (spy) _____ going to the store for llama cheese. (they) _____ going with them? (who) All the ____ clothing is on the second floor. (woman) We have three _____ in the class. (Jesus) “_____ all go to the lobby!” (Let) All the _____ costumes were hilarious. (lady) Try not to use too many ____ in your essay. It gets repetitive. (and) “Vocab, 10/10.” Write the vocab word. Yes, you might use words more than once. _____ _____ (Fill in the blank on the cup.) _____ _____ _____ Third period tried to ______ Mr. Coward into postponing the assignment, but Denial is not just a river in Egypt. (Bonus: What is this type of joke called?) We were a little _____ when the pilot said it was his first flight. (Not aghast.) We were ______(ed) by his mysterious-sounding voice. (2) The class was ____ that someone would be silly enough to commit a ___ like that in front of Mr. Coward. (2) Another name for detention might be “____ behavior _____(ment).” (Bonus: What’s this kind of expression called? Or give another example.) Which of this week’s SAWs means something close to the word apprehensive. Outsiders aloud to p147, then… Finish ch. 9 silently. Open your notebook, and title it, “Outsiders, Ch. 9.” Choose one of the quotes below, copy the underlined part, and respond with at least a paragraph. What does the person mean? Why is this important? Use at least one example from the book to back up whatever you say. Dally: “…Crazy for wanting Johnny to stay outa trouble, for not wantin’ him to get hard. If he’d been like me he’d never have been in this mess. If he’d got smart like me he’d never have run into that church. That’s what you get for helpin’ people. Editorials in the paper and a lot of trouble… You’d better wise up, Pony… you get tough like me and you don’t get hurt. You look out for yourself and nothin’ can touch you…” (pssst: irony.) Johnny: “Stay gold.” BONUS: Connect the two quotes! Close your notebook and continue reading ch 10. Faster Readers: Keep your mouths shut. If you finish chapter 10: Get a ch10 Quiz from the stack (salmon colored) and write the ANSWERS (not the letters) in your notebook. Then go see Mr. Coward for the Chapter 10 big question. Return to your desk and thoughtfully answer the question in your notebook under the title: “Why?” If all of the above is finished: Get an SE HInton Profile from the stack (yellow). Read it and answer the questions at the end on a separate sheet of paper. (“SE Hinton Profile.”) Put the sheet in the basket when you are finished. Work on your SMYK’s.