The Great Gatsby, House on Mango September 8

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I can correctly use commas with interrupters.
I can score 80% or higher on retest of WFA 1.
I can apply before, during, and after reading
strategies.
I can demonstrate my comprehension of a text.
» Rule #4: Use a comma before and after an
interrupter.
˃ Use commas to set off:
+ A noun or pronoun that follows another noun or
pronoun to identify or explain
– Cheryl, the class president, is giving a speech.
+ Words used in direct address
– Ida, do you have my sneakers?
+ Parenthetical expressions
– Jackson, on the other hand, would make a great
assistant.
˃ Complete 11-20 on your worksheet.
» Review Game
» Find your match!
Wednesday
Emulate
Evanescent
Frugal
Haughty
Fortuitous
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
laudable-deserving praise
Insidious-intended to entrap or trick
Repose-peace; tranquility
Debauch-an uninhabited spree or party
Perturb-bother
Desolate-barren or laid waste
Elusive- hard to express or define
1. With a partner discuss the imagery, simile, and
metaphor you found in chapter 5.
2. Pretend your partner didn’t read chapter 5.
Illustrate, list a top 10???, etc a summary of
chapter 5. Make sure that you thoroughly
explain.
3. You only have 10 minutes!!! WORK!!!
1. Read chapter 6.
2. Complete chapter 6 vocabulary.
3. At the end of chapter 5, Nick says, “It was the
hour of a profound human change, and
excitement was generating in the air.” What
happens in Chapter 6 to fulfill Nick’s
prediction?
» We will take our WFA #2.
» Write your answers on your paper and then put
them into your clickers.
» WFA #2 is testing the SAME standards as
WFA#1. Since we are testing the same
standards, IF you score higher on WFA #2, your
WFA #1 score will be replaced.
» Pre-reading #8 question: What inspires you
most in life? What do you see your future
holding for you? What obstacles might stand in
your way? In what ways will you attempt to
overcome them and achieve your future
desires?
Read pages 103-110
1.Did you enjoy the book? Why/Why not?
2.What did you learn about the theme (identity)?
3.What did you learn about literary devices?
» Choose a topic from your list.
» Include the following literary devices within
your writing:
˃ Repetition, hyperbole
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Writing #7 - symbol
Writing #8 - metaphor, simile
Writing #9 - imagery
Writing #10 - repetition
» You will need to finish any missing or unfinished
work.
˃ This includes:
+ the map- 5 buildings/features with a quote and page number
+ Writing project entries

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