Scroll down to the bottom and find the empty space where you type your response.
Remember to copy your work before you hit “submit.”
You only need to include an email address to submit your response.
Type a response to the article:
Summarize it briefly. Then, share some of your thoughts about the piece. What was your original reaction? What surprised you? What affected you most? Can you think of any solutions to the problems presented in the article?
Write a response that summarizes this section of the chapter. Response should be three paragraphs. Each paragraph should contain at least on quote from the text (book). Following the quote you should explain why this quote is relevant. Write it on paper to turn in.
Review sentence combining with these exercises. Do them. If you do not score at least 90–keep studying until you do.
You must earn a 100 before moving on. Do the exercise over if you need to. Read the “tips” if you get confused on any one question.
Once you finish these spelling exercises, write a reflection in the comment section of this post. Answer this:
1) What part of these two exercises was “old news” for you? 2) What was “new news” for you? In other words, what did you learn? Did anything surprise you? Please proofread your work before submitting it.
Now, open your books to respond to the next review item.
Turn to page 105. Let’s read. “The Stolen Bag of Chips.”
Take out a sheet of paper to take notes for completing a soapstone chart.
What’s it about? Everything you know about the topic. (who, what, when, where, why and how?
When and why was it written?
Who is the target audience? Who do you think they want to read or hear this text?
(convince, argue, suggest, explain, support…)
What is speaker trying to achieve? What do they want to happen after a person reads this?
Describe person who’s speaking—everything you know about her/him. Is the speaker professional? A grown up? A working-class person? A teacher?