Idiom instructions--You need to find an idiom and illustrate its literal meaning. If you don’t remember what an idiom is, you will need to look it up. It must be in color and be neat and have the idiom written on the front and a picture of a literal interpretation. There is an example right there -------->. You also must write the definition of “idiom” on the back along with an explanation of what that idiom actually means.
Unit 1 (annotating text, Paraphrasing, MAAM-constructed response, Archetypes, Comma Review)
Lost in Space Activity
Personal collage (remember the grammar requirements).
The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant
Words with a past--mythology vocabulary
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Verbs--click here to go to videos that will help if you're having trouble.
Techniques for Quoting Literature
The Possibility of Evil
Subordinate Clauses--click here to go to videos that will help if you're having trouble.
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How to Summarize/Paraphrase
The Pit and the Pendulum
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Click image to read text (scroll down document to page 9)
Click here to watch video introducing denotation and connotation
Click here to submit your persuasive article summary.
Click here to see video on how to do in-text documentation
Click here to access a checklist of requirements for the research project
Spanish versions of text
Semester grade predictor
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