- We ran out of the ingredients for the recipe, so we had to ______.
- Years of work were needed for the CIA agent to _____ himself into the terrorist organization.
- After three warnings, Joel was _____(ed) to the “naughty chair.”
- The students in the cafeteria are far from _____ when it comes to cleaning up after themselves at break and lunch.
- The annoying kids taunted the dog over the fence until he was _____(ed) enough to jump it.
- Mr. Coward does not ____ the use of phones in class.
- Which one is the allegory? a) Using animals instead of people in Maus. b) The early bird gets the worm. c) “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” d) He slept like a rock. e) B and D. f) All are allegories. g) None are allegories.
- * _____ to my instructions on the test, he wrote the letter, not the answer, and so he received no credit.
Debrief Nuremberg Article.
I. Very few Red Words: segregate, mongrel, Roma. All of them were also defined almost immediately after being used.
I. Go over Quiz.
- According to the article, how did the Nuremberg Laws affect Jews?
- What was the relationship between the Mischlinge rules and the German people?
- Look at the photograph in the section “Jews were separated from other people.” Based on the article, what does the large “J” on the passport stand for?
- Based on the article, what do we know about Betty Lowenstein’s name on her passport?
III. Which 5 facts did you highlight? It was kind of tough, because there was a lot of information. So let’s just look at the first paragraph. What should we have highlighted?
Now in one sentence, sum up the point of the article. Use the word which in your sentence.