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  1. October 28- November 1 Walk Two Moons 1

  2. October 28 • diabolicadj. fiendish; wicked (p. 16) • divulgev. to make known, especially something secret (p. 16) • flinchv. to draw back, as from something painful or unpleasant (p. 36) • gullibleadj. easily fooled (p. 30) • huzzainterj. used to express joy (p. 20)

  3. October 28 Pre-AP • diabolicadj. fiendish; wicked (p. 16) • divulgev. to make known, especially something secret (p. 16) • flinchv. to draw back, as from something painful or unpleasant (p. 36) • gullibleadj. easily fooled (p. 30) • huzzainterj. used to express joy (p. 20) • frame story – a plot structure that features the telling of a story within a story. The frame is the outer story. It and comes before the inner story which is the most important story. • Simile – uses like or as to compare two seemingly unlike things.

  4. October 28 • primlyadv. excessively precisely or properly (p. 17) • roostv. to perch or settle, especially for the night (p. 1) • shrapneln. fragments from an exploding shell or bomb (p. 30) • Cadaver- n- a dead body, especially one that is to be dissected • Edible- adj.- suitable for eating by human beings

  5. October 28 Pre-AP • primlyadv. excessively precisely or properly (p. 17) • roostv. to perch or settle, especially for the night (p. 1) • shrapneln. fragments from an exploding shell or bomb (p. 30) • Cadaver- n- a dead body, especially one that is to be dissected • Edible- adj.- suitable for eating by human beings • Politically correct – avoiding the use of language and eliminating practices that could offend certain groups of people.

  6. October 29 For each analogy, write out and place the correct vocabulary in the blanks • _____ : eating :: Rest : sleeping • Angry : Happy :: Sad : _____ • Fooled : mislead :: _____ : naïve

  7. October 29 • Use each of the following vocabulary words in a sentence. Go for seven words per sentence. • Diabolic • Divulged • Flinch

  8. October 30 • Use each of the following vocabulary words in a sentence. Go for seven words per sentence. • Primly • Cadaver • Edible

  9. October 30 • What can you infer from the following? Answer each with a complete sentence. Go for seven words per sentences. • Kerry flinched away from the fire. His arm was red, blisters were forming and it was very painful. • Karen was jumping up and down screaming huzza! • Mary tripped and dropped her grandmothers plate. Shrapnel flew in every direction.

  10. October 31 • Write out each of the following sentences filling in the blanks with the correct vocabulary word. • The chickens favorite _____ was high on the fence by the old oak tree. • Gina _____ sat down with her shoulders straight and smoothed out her dress. • The flower on top of the cake was completely _____.

  11. October 31 • Use all of the following words in a paragraph. Go for seven words per sentence. • Diabolic • Cadaver • Roost • Gullible • Flinch

  12. November 1 • Using three of this weeks vocabulary words that remind you of Halloween. Explain the reason for each choice in a complete sentence.

  13. November 1 • Study your vocabulary words for the week!