Saturday, September 15, 2018

This Week in MzT's Class 9/16-9/20

This week we are concentrating on Grammar and Vocabulary with some Sentence Combining thrown in.

Grades 9. 10, 11, 12

Parts of Speech (Grammar Lesson) - Noun, Verb, Pronoun, Adjective, Adverb, Conjunction, and More


M. English Grammar Guidebook Packet

Parts of Speech (Grammar Lesson) - Noun, Verb, Pronoun, Adjective, Adverb, Conjunction, and More


Section 1 Parts of Speech, Prepositional Phrases, Correct Usage Study Guide
HW pages 1-6.

T. Section 2 Usage Connected with Prepositions
    Section 3 Punctuation of Prepositional Phrases, Correct Usage
    Section 4 Developing Sentences by Adding Prepositional Phrases, Word Study
HW pages 7-12.

W.

Prepositional Phrases


 Introduce Vocabulary Words.
1. incessant- continual
2. inevitable- unavoidable
3. catastrophe- disaster
4.  intricate- complicated
5. fascinating- captivating
6. opportune- favorable
7. (to) discriminate- to differentiate
8.opportune- favorable
9. (to) contrive- to devise
10. (to) facilitate- to make easier
11. placid- calm
12. turbulent- tumultuous

For Further Progress
1. enervating- stimulating
2. dilapidated- Partially ruined from neglect
3. ovation- acclamation of popularity
4. (to) extricate- to disentangle
5. casualty- accident
6. versatile- able to do many things well
7. reticence- reserve in speech
8. insipid- uninteresting

Th Station Rotation
Review Vocabulary list, using Thesaurus.com for synonyms
HW study for test

F Test
Usage
Vocabulary





Grades 7 and 8
Grammar Book and Words Introduced Into Early English

M.

Where did English come from? - Claire Bowern


Review Section of Chapter One
Introduced Words from Early English Language Development
Wordlist
Celtic
Latin
Anglo-Saxon
Norman
HW Study Latin roots

T Review Words from Early English Language Development

HW Study French roots

W Practice matching

Th Practice Test for Root Words

HW Study Root Words for Test


F Test on Words from Early English Language Development

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