Extra Credit Opportunity: Go here and join in the conversation. Comment thoughtfully on all four questions. Copy/paste your comments into a Google Doc or similar and submit them with your Outsiders project. You will receive bonus credit on your project.
Prep sheet for Test #9: KoS Sheet: ___/15 (5 + 10 + Bonus)
Warm Ups: 10/17: ___/8 10/18:___/10 10/19: ___/8 10/20: ___/7 Vocabulary H/w: ___/20 Vocabulary Practices: 10/18:___/14 10/19:___/13 10/20: ___/14 Other Extra Credit:
Correct KoS pink sheet. Sorry the top got cut off. Let’s see how you do without it!
A declarative sentence makes a statement. It ends with a period.
An interrogative sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark.
An imperative sentence tells or asks someone to do something. It usually ends with a period.
An exclamatory sentence shows STRONG feeling. It always ends with an exclamation point.
“Warm Up, 10/18.” For 1-6, write the answer. For 7-10, write D, IMP, INT, or E.
An interrogative sentence is more commonly known as a _____.
True/False? An imperative sentence always ends with an exclamation point.
The subject of an imperative sentence is always ____.
A sentence like you might find in an encyclopedia entry would be called a(n) ____ sentence.
A sentence where you instruct someone to do something is called a(n) ____ sentence.
True/False? An exclamatory sentence must contain an interjection such as wow, OMG, or oh.
KBARBlogging = Make up only! If you have a KBARR score of 25/40 or less, you may replace that score by doing a regular week of KBARBlogging. If all your KBARR score are better than that, you have the week off.
Friday, 10/14. Welcome Guest Teacher!
No Clickers! If you have issues with your paperwork, I will look at them Tuesday.
If you did extra credit vocab sentences, I will look at those on Tuesday. For now just put the score you have. I will add the extra credit in myself.
Prep Sheet for Test #8: Apostrophe Warm Ups: ___/7 ___/17___/11 ___/8
SAW Warm Up: ___/8 Vocabulary Warm Ups: ___/12 ___/15 ___/12
Vocabulary Homework: ___/20 (If you did extra credit sentences, add 1 point for each sentence you wrote.)
Other Extra Credit:
What is the longest sentence in the world?
How can you make the following equation correct without changing it at all? 8 + 8 = 91
What property do 1, 2, 6, and 10 all have that no other whole number has?
How can you add 2 to 11 and get 1 as the correct answer?
How many numbers are there on a standard die?
“Hannah,” said Bob, “I can poke my head through a hole this big.” He then made a hole with his thumb and index finger. The hole was no wider than a quarter. Hannah was sure she would win the bet, but Bob poked his head through the hole he made by his thumb and index finger and won the bet. How?
What do all the words in this list have in common? Lead, Sow, Bass, Wind, Tear, Object (Not a trick. Hint: Say them all to yourself.)
“Warm Up, 10/13.” No peekee @ the Pink Sheet! Do not copy. Write the correct form of the word for each blank. You might have to pluralize and/or possessify.
She’s sure ____ going to be all right. (it)
My friend _____ goal is to become an astronaut. (Maria)
_____ bright idea was this? (who)
It was every single _____ nightmare. (student)
The llama wagged ____ tail. (it)
All the ____ clothing is on the second floor. (more than one man)
All the _____ uniforms were new. (player)
The best era for music was the ____. (70)
The candidate’s popularity ____(ed) as scandal after scandal about his opponent was uncovered.
After Mr. Shmarty lost his ring at the beach, they _____(ed) through the sand until they found it.
The new landscaping in front of the house really ______(ed) its value.
I found your story _____(ing), but ultimately unbelievable.
Genevieve’s wardrobe was rather ____ and boring until she went on the showWhat not to Wear.
I really like mystery novels because of all the adventure and _____.
As a rule, grandparents respond to _____(ing) more than parents do.
“Why don’t you get a job?” asked Steve. “What?” Two-Bit was _____. “And ruin my rep?”
In his classroom, the least ___ is met with serious consequences.
Ponyboy was _____ about appearing in juvenile court.
*** _____ 12. _____
Finish ch. 9 silently.
Grab a Chromebook and go to blogger.com, open your blog, and start a new post on your blog.
Choose one of the quotes below, copy and paste it into your post, and respond with at least a paragraph. Use at least one example from the book to back up whatever you say. Give your post an appropriate and creative title.
Dally: “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!
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 write the question, but your answer should make the question obvious. Your response should be at least a paragraph long. Give your post an appropriate and creative title.