Friday, 1/8 (Periods 5,6) – Monday, 1/11 (Periods 1,2,3)

ZoomaZoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/6580428380?pwd=SCs3NDRHcUJIbWE1SXdQVUdKUGpZdz09

Slides Link for Homies (1/11): https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/13CY_LRvIUj8XGnwPIzhmPNZbpa8XGs5b1rbaM05JpTc/edit?usp=sharing

Check in in Chat (PRIVATE):

  • Type  your best 2 SMYK’s – NOT METAMORPHOSIS.

LAST WEEK OF THE SEMESTER. Grades are pretty much what they are.

Homework Check: You’re Welcome…

You should have already sent me  your KBARR chart for 1/4-1/8!!!!

SGI for TODAY, MONDAY, 1/11:

Do your dang KBAR. 

Do the Monsters Quiz (See Below).

Anyone who needs to clear a zero, stick around at the end of class.


Sentence Scramble is Back!

“Sentence Scramble, 1/11.” Yes, several ways to do this one! Bonus: What kind of sentence is it?

  • because
  • but
  • to wash his llama
  • the llama looked worse
  • he did not
  • Mr. Johnson hired me
  • a second time
  • than it did before
  • hire me

 

“Vocab, 1/8 (1/11).”

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  1. _____ (Bonus if you can translate! Good luck with that.)
  2. (2) _____ and ______
  3. _____
  4. “Quick, Bartlett! ______ them with hope!”
  5. “It’s times like these we really need to roll up our sleeves, rally together, and find a _____.”
  6. Everybody has _______(s) that other people might find weird.
  7. Patience with the ways of nature had been ____(ed) in her by her park ranger father.
  8. The prefix of this word means across or through: _____
  9. “S’up?” is an example of  _______ language.
  10. In professional sports, the coach is often the _____for a team’s bad performance, even if it isn’t always his fault.
  11. Some people in this class have such a _____ of points that they could skip a test, take a zero, and still have an A.
  12. True/False?  The words surfeit and abundance are similar in meaning.
  13. True/False?  Shaving your head is an example of a metamorphosis.
  14. True/False?  When you are begrudging, you are enthusiastic.

“I’m Nobody”
by  Emily Dickinson

I’m Nobody! Who are you?
Are you–Nobody–too?
Then there’s a pair of us!
Don’t tell! they’d banish us–you know!

How dreary–to be–Somebody!
How public–like a Frog–
To tell your name–the livelong June–
To an admiring Bog!

IN CHAT – PUBLIC!!!!!

  1. What do you think she means by Nobody?
  2. Why would “they” banish the nobodies?
  3. What does the “admiring Bog” stand for? (A bog is a swampy area where frogs and such would live.)
  4. Does the narrator like being a nobody? How can you tell? Use a line from the poem to back up what you say.
  5. How would you feel about being famous?

Fame is a bee
It has a song–
It has a sting–
Ah, too, it has a wing.

IN CHAT PUBLIC: What do the song, the sting, and the wing represent about Fame?


On your own before next time. Monsters Quiz.

You may use the script: Monsters-are-Due-on-Maple-Street-Script.

Monsters Quiz Period 5.

Monsters Quiz Period 6

Monsters Quiz Period 1

Monsters Quiz Period 2

Monsters Quiz Period 3

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