SPANISH: Romeos, Lacey, Geuliettes, Cookies, Cagneys, Annabel

Spanish Quiz (Prueba Corta)
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10th

* All the information is in their notebook*
-pronunciation and letter recognition
-days of the week
-cognates

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English: Annabel Group

Homework due Wednesday September 2nd:

Part One:  Define the following literary devices:

Allegory, Alliteration, Allusion, Analogy, Anecdote, Anthropomorphism, Antithesis, Euphemism, Foreshadowing, Hyperbole, Irony, Metaphor, Oxymoron, Paradox, Personification, Simile, Symbol, Theme, Tone, Onomatopoeia

Part Two:  Find 5 different examples of literary devices in the children’s story you wrote. This will require a good understanding of each literary device mentioned above, so please make sure to define each term completely. In order to receive full credit on this part, the student must first choose 5 different examples from their story and then explain how each is an example of a particular literary device.

English: Cagney, Cookie, Geuliette, Romeo, and Lacey groups

All students in these groups received worksheet today that must be completed for homework.  The instructions are very clear and we went over the worksheet in all classes.  They are to re-write the passage correcting all contractions and possessives.  Basically, there should not be any word with an apostrophe in it.  They will need to re-phrase the sentences with possessives.

If you have any questions, please e-mail me at Amarieshipman@aol.com