I’ve attached the list of SAT words. You need to select 5 words and create a slideshow to present to the class outlining the words. The slides NEED to include the following:
- The word itself
- The definition
- The root of the word (Where did it come from?)
- Suffixes and prefixes.
- Synonym(s) and antonym(s)SAT Vocab Words
This assignment is worth 25 points. (5 vocab words x 5 requirements on the slides)
Calendar subject to change.
This is the agenda for the month of November. If you miss a day of reading, the entire audiobook of Night is available on YouTube for you to listen to at home, or you can stay after school ANY DAY with Ms. Mapp to read/listen at school.
The assignments on USA Test Prep will be clearly labeled for each day, and will be recorded in the gradebook.
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Password: lunch number
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- Powwow-a North American Indian ceremony involving feasting, singing, and dancing
- Decrepit-worn out or ruined because of age or neglect; ragged, frail, weak
- Contemplating- thinking, pondering, wondering
- Anglophile- someone who is fond of or greatly admires England or Britain
- Anorexic- someone who refuses to eat; suffers from anorexia
- Bulimic- someone who makes themselves vomit after overeating or binging
- Eccentric- behavior or attitude that is slightly off, strange, unconventional, peculiar
- Egomaniac-Someone who is severely self-centered or egotistical
- Tautology-a phrase or expression in which the same thing is said twice in different words; redundant. (Ex: let’s all work together, everyone as a team. She was a dark-headed brunette)
Monday 10/23- Complete Webquest
Tuesday 10/24- Learning Stations- Intro to Night.
Wednesday 10/25- Begin Identity Boxes
Thursday 10/26- Finish Identity Boxes, Novel vocabulary
Friday 10/27- Genius Hour- Ipads- Work on final presentation. Make-up Shark Tank presentations.
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