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  1. AGENDA • Reader’s Notebook PAST DUE • Maria Foran’s essay chosen for the Clean Water Commission Essay • DGP- Diagram • All Personal Recipe Projects are PAST due. • SSR-20-You should have #10 reflection completed. • This week you will be brainstorming your topic for your fictional narrative…..be thinking about your topic.

  2. DGP • Capitalization, Punctuation and Conjugation [your friends left their skateboards at my house] REGULAR Present Past Future PERFECT Present Perfect Past Perfect Future Perfect

  3. DGP- Conjugation • Which tense uses a helping verb?? • What are those helping verbs? • What is a linking verb? • Use this DGP sentence to write an example of a separate sentence with an action verb, a helping verb, a linking verb

  4. Three types of verbs • Your friends left their skateboards at my house. • Your friends have left their skateboards at my house. • Your friends are forgetful. • Linking verbs link the subject to a PN or a PA • Harold Syntax= predicate nominative • predicate adjective • Present-Am, is , are • Past-Was, were • Future-Will be

  5. Diagram • your friends left their skateboards at my house

  6. Pre-write Fictional Narrative • Write three story starter ideas on the back of your rubric. • Complete the characterization of 3 characters. • Protagonist= person the story was written about. • Antagonist= person/element causing conflict in the story. • The third character is author’s choice.

  7. Characterization Dialogue Thoughts

  8. Tuesday 9/14 • DGP Week 6 • Turn in your Reader’s Notebook. • How does dialogue help develop my story? • How do I punctuate dialogue? • What are the two main parts of dialogue? • Now, create a short dialogue, 3-4 lines, then: • Create a Cornell Notes Sheet.

  9. Formal vs. Informal language

  10. Craft a dialogue • Work in your table group. • Decide on a dialect/ education level for an informal character. Now select a formal character. Create a 4-5 line dialogue between one formal and one informal speaker. • Remember to give us a short exposition before the dialogue. • Use all three types of EXPRESSIONS

  11. DGP Table Tutorial • POS • your friends left their skateboards at my house • Sentence Parts • Write Perfect Tenses on back!!!

  12. DGP Table Tutorial • Work together as a table group. • Who feels confident about the process? Why? • Choose the least confident to be the recorder. • Write at least three questions about the process/sentence.

  13. Gallery Walk • Each table group will have a question. • Students will discuss the elements of the question . • Students will write examples, elements, and ideas or further questions on the poster. Use your table group color.

  14. Gallery Walk Questions • 1. How will I engage the reader with my fictional narrative? • 2.What are the steps of the writing process? • 3. How can I make my introduction more interesting? • 4. How will I create an organized structure, and what might it look like? • 5. What kinds of figurative language or writing elements will I apply to my story? • 6. What strategies can I use to develop tone? Give an example or three. • 7. What kinds of words or usage would be considered “DEAD WORDS”?