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  1. Grammar Bytes 9th 1. After the marathon, Yolanda soaked her __________ sore feet in a bucket of warm water. 2. Jessica agreed to jalapeno slices on her burrito. She regretted this decision __________ hours later as she chewed antacid tablets to relieve her heartburn. 3. If you really want the answers to Dr. Hirta’s calculus homework, bring a jelly donut __________ Kristine, the smartest student in the class.

  2. Grammar Bytes 9th 4. The party next door—with its laughter, shouting, and music—was __________ loud, so Lisa banged on her neighbors’ door to complain. 5. As we were walking __________ the library, we met Benjamin and Maria, who tempted us away from research with the promise of a hot cheese and pepperoni pizza. 6. The slice of pizza was still __________ hot to eat, but Benjamin couldn’t resist, blistering his mouth with the first painful bite.

  3. Grammar Bytes 10th 7. to have: The whole red ant colony, including the queen and all of her drones, __________ swarmed over Tommy's feet, stinging his ankles. 8. to make: Fifteen gallons of chocolate milk __________ Herbert the elephant a happy pachyderm. 9. to hope: Everyone on the roller coaster, including Martha and Angie, __________ that the hot dogs, onion rings, funnel cake, and cotton candy will stay down during the twisting ride to come.

  4. Grammar Bytes 10th 10. to bother: Neither Fred's ratty clothes nor his sullen attitude __________ Esmeralda, who lets Fred pick up the check every time they dine out. 11. to hug: That pair of jeans __________ the curves of Hannah’s body as nicely as tinfoil on a baked potato. 12. to annoy: Neither the coughing muffler nor the squeaky brakes __________ Ruth as much as the broken radio in her old car.

  5. Short Story Elements

  6. Short Story Vocab • Plot • Exposition Falling action • Rising action Denouement • Climax • Setting • Conflict (types) (internal/external) • Mood • Tone

  7. Short Story Vocab • Author’s purpose • Character • Static Dynamic • Flat Round Foil • Protagonist Antagonist • Indirect/Direct Characterization • Imagery • Genre

  8. Short Story Vocab • Theme • Foreshadowing • Flashback • Diction • Dialect • Syntax • Motivation • Symbol

  9. Short Story Vocab • Irony • Dramatic • Verbal • Situational • Point of View • 1st person • 3rd person limited/ 3rd person omniscient • Unreliable narrator

  10. Journals (Pick 2: 1 para per) • When you form impressions or opinions about people you first meet, what kinds of things do you consider: their looks, clothing, where they are, what they are doing, etc? • What do you think people consider about you when they first meet you and form an impression? • How would you answer the question Who are you? • Is there a symbol: sign, picture, article of clothing, etc., that you believe represents your identity? Would people who know you recognize that symbol as identifying you?

  11. Prediction Questions We will be reading the story “On the Sidewalk Bleeding.” Before you begin reading answer the following questions: 1) What do you think has happened? 2) What do you believe will happen at the end of the story?