June 2 & 3, 2011 Homework
H. Get Shakespearean
Today's Agenda Sonnet Presentations
ready the day before your
All: SAT #21 ex. 3 assigned date. Monday:
&4 Cheyenne and Tiana
H: Kyle, Tony and Sonnet Presentation
All: Review R & J for test
Presentation Tuesday, June 7th
All: SAT Lesson #21
All: Romeo and Quiz Monday, June 6
Dates to Know & Remember:
Thursday, June 2: End of Course Exam for Math: whole building on
amended schedule: you will attend 1,2,3 periods only.
Friday, June 3: periods 4,5,6 and then either Academic Assistance
if you NEED TO WORK ON PASSING ANY of your classes, or Field
Day if you pay your $10 and have your bracelet.
Monday, June 6: SAT Quiz #21
Tuesday, June 7: Romeo & Juliet Test
Thursday, June 9:THE LAST DAY TO DO ANY MAKE-UP WORK,
QUIZZES, TESTS, OR ESSAYS!
Friday, June 10: Cumulative SAT Vocabulary Final
Monday, June 13: 1st draft, your version, of the cumulative final is
Tuesday, June 14: 2nd draft, your small group’s version, of the final
Wednesday, June 15: 3rd draft, your class’s version of the final is
Thursday, June 16: FINAL EXAM! /
Friday, June 17: Grade the Final / Turn in green literature book
Lesson #21/ Exercise 3
A. document D. audition
B. auditorium E. anesthetize
C. cadence F. aesthetic
2. The word ________ literally translates to “teacher” and
an ________ student is easy to teach.
3.A _________ is a dead or fallen soldier, and medical
students practice their surgical techniques on cadavers
which are _____________.
4. List as many words as you can think of that contain
the root au.
Lesson #21 Exercise 4
1. If you continue to confute the boss in
front of other workers, you might…
2. For her meritorious
actions that saved two
lives, the lifegaurd
3. Because he was
recumbent in his
hammock, Pete did
Plan and write an essay based on the following
How would you paraphrase this description?
“It irritates me to be told how things have
Do you agree with this premise? If so, in which ways?
always been done…I defy the the tyranny
Can you think of any examples of people from
history that would agree with Barton?
--Clara Barton Let’s work together at breaking down
the quote and then the prompt.
Do you know who this is?
How could knowing about 1. What words or phrases need to be
this author help you? researched so that the meaning is
Write an essay in which you explain what
Clara Barton meant by the phrase “tyranny
of precedent.” Support or refute her view.
Support your argument with evidence from
your reading, classroom studies,
experience, and observation.
Which parts of the assignment
need to be broken down? Or
Write a one-sentence response to the
assignment. Make certain this single
sentence offers a clear statement of your
Example: Clara Barton’s advocacy of defying
precedents, or established values, is not
always an effective course of action.
Identifying Sentence Errors
1. B (they should)
2. C (“in herself” is superfluous)
3. E (no error)
4. A (remove “that”)
5. E ( no error)
1. A (he wore a new pinstripe suit)
2. A (honesty is the best policy)
3. E (for learning than adults)
4. B (We had an upright piano with a
transparent font built for a
5. D (Harold, Mimi, and I cannot be