BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS AND COMMA REVIEW 18 MARCH 2013 MISS RICE.

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This I Believe Presentations and Comma ReviewsBrighton Beach Memoirs and Comma Review18 March 2013Miss RiceWarm-UpAdd commas where needed in the following sentence:My mom said Go back to bed because school is cancelled and I reacted by screaming in pure bliss. *Take out comma HW*Take out reading comprehension questionsAgendaSuffixesVocab. Unit 5CommasBrighton Beach MemoirsENG. 10 Objectives 3/18To make personal connections to new vocabulary words.To review and practice comma rules.To review Brighton Beach reading comprehension questions.To analyze drama through close reading.Suffixesly-characteristic of-adverbsment-action or process, enjoyment/commitment/attainment -noun ness-state of/condition of-nounVocab. Unit 5All your vocab. words this week are words you can use to describe tone Who remembers what tone is?Write this down!AmbivalentSynonyms: Unsure, undecidedAntonyms: Certain, sureApatheticSynonyms: Indifferent, uncaringAntonyms: Caring, invested, spirited, interestedCandidSynonyms: Honest, openAntonyms: DishonestContemptuousSynonyms: Disapproving, despicableAntonyms: RespectfulCynicalSynonyms: Skeptical, mocking, untrustingAntonyms: Trusting, realDidacticSynonyms: Instructive, informative, educationalAntonyms: Unhelpful, mindlessEarnestSynonyms: HeartfeltAntonyms: Insincere, fakeMalevolentSynonyms: HatefulAntonyms: KindMaliciousSynonyms: Wicked, spitefulAntonyms: ConsiderateMelancholySynonyms: Sad, depressed, gloomyAntonyms: Happy, energizedPensiveSynonyms: Thinking, thoughtfulAntonyms: Thoughtless, irrationalSentimentalSynonyms: Emotional, sappyAntonyms: UnemotionalStraightforwardSynonyms: UpfrontAntonyms: IndirectVocab. Unit 5 HWDue Thursday, 3/21Use 6 of your vocabulary words to describe 6 different books, television shows, movies, or newspaper articles.Saturday Night LiveSNL is a show that is very cynical because the actors and writers make fun of famous people, society, and everything else that they can. For example, all of the stock characters in the show make fun of a trait that is undesirable in society. Debbie Downer makes fun of all the negative people in our world who think the worst of every situation and always complain. By having this character be overly negative, viewers see how ridiculous it is to be an actual Debbie Downer. SNL definitely mocks society and is cynical.Vocab. Unit 5 PictionaryDraw a cartoon depicting one of the vocabulary words and let the class guess which one it is!Warm-UpAdd commas where needed in the following sentence:My mom said, Go back to bed because school is cancelled, and I reacted by screaming in pure bliss. Comma WorksheetFor HW tonight, you will be grading your own comma worksheetMark your paper for how many questions you got right out of the total. This will not be the grade your receive for doing the HW. You will get points for this HW based on completion. Use a different color pen to grade this worksheet.Ill answer any questions before the quiz tomorrow.Comma Quiz Format7 sentences that you will need to:Add commas to correctly Identify which rule applies (word bank)Comma ReviewYou will have 3 sentences for each review question.These sentences will be labeled A, B, and C.Only one option is correct. Turn your triangle to the letter that corresponds with the correct sentence or answer.Comma ReviewA. In addition we learned about dinosaurs.B. In addition, we learned about dinosaurs.C. In addition we, learned about dinosaurs.BComma ReviewA. Using commas in complex sentences.B. Using commas to set off transitional expressions.C. Using commas after introductory elements.CComma ReviewA. Please send my mail on Tuesday, March 3, 2013, with expedited delivery.B. Please send my mail on Tuesday, March 3, 2013 with expedited delivery.C. Please send my mail on Tuesday March 3, 2013, with expedited delivery.AComma ReviewA. Using commas to set off interjections, direct addresses, and tag questions.B. Using commas with dates, addresses, and titles.C. Using commas to separate items in a list.BComma ReviewA. We had been out for, say, 45 minutes when he called dont you think?B. We had been out for say 45 minutes when he called, dont you think?C. We had been out for, say, 45 minutes when he called, dont you think?CComma ReviewA. Using commas to set off interjections, direct addresses, and tag questions.B. Using commas with quotations.C. Using commas in complex sentences.AComma ReviewA. All I know is, said Mrs. Mohap that dogs are the best!B. All I know is said Mrs. Mohap, that dogs are the best!C. All I know is, said Mrs. Mohap, that dogs are the best!CComma ReviewUsing commas with quotations.B. Using commas to set off transitional expressions.C. Using commas after introductory elements.AComma ReviewI love to eat grapes, go on picnics, and laugh a lot.B. I love to eat grapes go on picnics, and laugh a lot.C. I love to eat grapes go on picnics and laugh a lot.AComma ReviewUsing commas to set off transitional expressions.B. Using commas to separate items in a list.C. Using commas in complex sentences.BComma ReviewI am so happy, I love visiting her.B. I am so happy; I love visiting her.C. I am so happy I love visiting her.BComma ReviewUsing commas to set off transitional expressions.B. Using after introductory elements.C. Using commas in complex sentences.CComma ReviewBullying is, incidentally, an example of unacceptable behavior.Bullying is incidentally an example of unacceptable behavior.Bullying is, incidentally an example of unacceptable behavior.AComma ReviewUsing commas with quotations.B. Using commas to set off transitional expressions.C. Using commas after introductory elements.BHomeworkCorrect comma worksheet in pen and study comma rulesDue Thursday, 3/21Use 6 of your vocabulary words to describe 6 different books, television shows, movies, or newspaper articles.Brighton Beach MemoirsReview reading comprehension questionsWhich ones did you struggle with?1, 2, 10, 11, 12, 19, 20, 25ReadLets jump back into the story!Exit SlipWhat is the tone of the play so far? *Use one of your vocabulary words to answer this question and explain your response based on 2 specific examples from the playHomeworkCorrect comma worksheet in pen and study comma rulesDue Thursday, 3/21Use 6 of your vocabulary words to describe 6 different books, television shows, movies, or newspaper articles.

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