Monday, 3/29 (Periods 1,2,3) – Tuesday, 3/30 (Periods 5,6)

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ZOOMERS IN CHAT: Word count for 3/23-3/30

“Warm Up, 3/29 (3/30) – Noun, Verb, Adjective (NVA).” (In notebook)
List the Nouns, Verbs, and Adjectives in the following sentence. (9 Total to find.)

For a brief moment, Jimmy stupidly thought pigs flew like graceful birds across the sky.


Go over Homework: KBARR, Vocab (No SMYK’s), 600, 120 Intro. VACAY is coming!

I save grades TODAY for the 3rd quarter!

Debrief Test #14B – Retakes (<11) will be available after 3pm.

Reading Beyond the Classroom – Medicine Label. Click for Full Size. Live Action People can go grab a physical copy (p374). DO NOT WRITE IN THE BOOK!

  • Title in Notebook: “RBC – Medicine, 3/29 (3/30)”
  • Read the directions and the bottle label.
  • Where it says to circle, you write the letter (A-D) of the section of the label that gives that info.
  • Do 1-6 in your notebook.

Here’s a PDF Version.  rbc-medicine

“RBC 1 Quiz. 3/29 (3/30).”  IN NOTEBOOK. Write the answer not the letter!

  1. The medicine is labeled for use in all these cases, except…  a) flu.  b) common cold  c) aches and pains  d) headache  e) It is labeled for all these.
  2. For up to how many days can this medicine be taken for a headache?  a) 1  b) 3  c) 10  d) 14  e) It doesn’t say.
  3. This is an OTC drug, as opposed to a prescription one. What does OTC mean? 
  4. This drug can be used to reduce swelling.  a) True  b) False
  5. Who should not take the tablets at all?
  6. Since this is an OTC drug, it can be considered completely safe.  a) True  b) False
  7. As it is used on the label, what does the word Indications [A] mean?


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