KBlogs (haha): four due tomorrow.
If you went old-school: Please transfer to your blog by Monday
If your link works, you don't need to send me any more e-mails!
Tomorrow's Test: Vocabulary review and Outsiders.
Warm Up. Write the word. All of these are on the test tomorrow!
- Every time Dr. Pavlov rang a bell, he _______(ed) a response from
the dog, who thought he was going to be fed. a) illicit b)
vain c) mimic d) elicit e) patronize
- Please be _____ when someone tells you a secret. a) discrete b) discreet c) mimic d) vain e) illicit
- S. E. Hinton says that she didn't have the ____ to be a
teacher. a) patronize b) elicit c) hysterical
d) stamina e) mimic
- flashback : reveals :: _____ : foreshadows a)
exploit b) grimace c) premonition d) delirious e)
- Rich, handsome, and royal, Richard Cory was described as
"______(ly) slim." a) reminisce b) premonition c)
imperial d) exploit e) circumvent
- We sat there, _____ in his fascinating shipwreck tale. a)
banished b) disdained c) engrossed d)
aplombed e) concocted
tried to ______ all thoughts of him from her mind; she was
completely done with him. a) disdain b) engross c) banish d)
exhilarate e) adversary
- The class's relief was ____ when Mr. Coward canceled the test. A
giant sigh escaped from every student. (Then they woke
up.) a) enhance b) nondescript c)
apprehensive d) intrigue e) palpable
- compelling : boring :: cordial : ___ a)
abundant b) diligent c) haggle d) dire e) aloof
Grab your tablet and open the draft of your essay on Blogger.
I will coming by to read and comment and suggest.
Final Drafts go live on Tuesday afternoon!
- Finish ch. 9 silently.
- Go to blogger.com, open your blog, and start a new post on your blog.
- Choose one of the quotes below and respond with at least a
paragraph. Use an example from the book to back up whatever you say.
Give your post an appropriate and creative title.
If you haven't yet sent me your blog url, do so now. Otherwise I can't grade your responses!
- 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!
Get a chapter 9 Quiz from the stack. Write the answers in your notebook. Do not write on the sheet.
Return the sheet to the pile and continue reading ch 10.
When you are finished with chapter 10, go to blogger.com, open your blog, and start a new post on your blog.
Choose one of the questions below and answer it using at least
one example from the book. You don't have to copy the question, but
your answer should make the question obvious. Give your post an
appropriate and creative title. It should be at least a paragraph long.
If you are finished with all of the above, work on your essay. Add pictures (list links at the bottom) revise, use the rubric to see if you have included everything. PROOFREAD! SPELLCHECK!
- Was Dally gallant?
- Why does Dally's death seem sadder than Johnny's?