Warm Up. Write the word. Try it without any help!
- It is sometimes fun to ___ a little brother or sister's lack of
savvy. a) exploit b) grimace c) juvenile d)
delirious e) circumvent f) dispel g) disdain
- The good experience _____(ed) some of our fears about the
process. a) disdain b) engross c) adversary d)
dispel e) exhilarate f) aplomb g) wince
- As the snowfall __________(ed), we were finally able to see the road. a) disdain b) engross c) adversary d) dispel e) diminish f) banish g) elude
- She speaks French and German with equal
______. a) disdain b) concoction c)
diminishing d) engrossed e) aplomb f) cordial g) delirious
- Which word best captures the Soc's attitude toward
the greasers? a) grueling b) engrossed c)
adversary d) banish e) disdain f) delirious g) rueful
don't you get a job?" asked Steve. "What?" Two-Bit
was _____. "And ruin my rep?" a) enhanced b)
aghast c) transgress d) ebbed e) sifted f)
rueful g) juvenile
- He was so hungry, he ate the food, ________ of the mold around the edges. a) diligent b) abundant c) haggle d) cordial e) heedless f) grimace g) grueling
- I tried to act cheerful, but it was just a __. I was really depressed inside. a) wince b) facade c) rueful d) elude e) adversary f) exploit f) concoction
Blogs! OK people, that was so good, I want the rest of you to go for it.
We're moving our articles to the blog format!
If you haven't already, start a blog at blogger.com.
Chrome Beta - blogger.com - @student.slcusd.org - Start your blog!
Start a new post. Title = Title of your article.
Set the publishing date for November 4 @ 5pm.
Articles! Checking on Rough Drafts!
Final Drafts due next Tuesday, 11/4
- Chrome Beta - drive.google.com - @student.slcusd.org - open your article - desktop.
- Control A to select All. Copy and paste your entire article into your new blog post.
- Be sure to tap SAVE and NOT publish.
- Find the first fact or piece of information that you got from one
of the sources that you read. Put your cursor right before the sentence.
- How can we inform people that the next fact they read is from someone besides you?
- Examples: According to, _____ says, etc. OK. Let's insert those now.
- Make sure you do that whenver you refer to someone else's ideas/facts.
- Start reading each other's articles.
- Use the RUBRIC for your class's type of writing. Offer suggestions and praise.
- Start looking for appropriate graphics for your article.