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  1. Pathway 2 Review Jeopardy Tuesday, November 26th, 2013

  2. Pathway 2 Topics Style, Tone, & Mood Graphic Organizers Context Clues Fact and Opinion Writing

  3. Learning Targets: Style, Tone, & Mood • I will be able to interpret and state the style, tone and mood of a reading passage through word choice by the author. • I will be able to determine how style, tone, and mood effect a story. • I will be able to define style, tone, and mood.

  4. Learning targets: Graphic Organizers I will understand and be able to describe why using graphic organizers can help with my reading comprehension. I will be able to determine which graphic organizer to use when reading different types of text. I will be able to use graphic organizers to lay out a plan for my writing.

  5. Context Clues Learning Target: Define the meaning of unknown words through context clues and the author’s use of comparison, contrast, definition, restatement, antonym/synonym and example.

  6. LEARNING TARGETS: Fact & Opinion At the end of this lesson I will be able to: • I will know the difference between fact and opinion, and I will be able to identify facts and opinions in texts.

  7. Learning Targets I can develop the topic of my writing by using evidence: appropriate facts, definitions, specific details, quotations or other information and examples.

  8. Pathway 2 Review Jeopardy

  9. Style, Tone, & Mood: 100

  10. Style, Tone, & Mood: 200

  11. Style, Tone, & Mood: 300

  12. Style, Tone, & Mood: 400

  13. Style, Tone, & Mood: 500

  14. Graphic Organizers: 100

  15. Graphic Organizers: 200

  16. Graphic Organizers: 300

  17. Graphic Organizers: 400

  18. Graphic Organizers: 500

  19. Context Clues: 100 This type of context clue has a word or phrase with the same meaning. (Example) The beach was covered with debris like paper and cans and the children picked up all the trash. A.) Antonym Clue B.) Restatement Clue C.) Synonym Clue D.) Example Clue

  20. Context Clues: 200

  21. Context Clues: 300

  22. Context Clues: 400

  23. Context Clues: 500

  24. Fact & Opinion: 100

  25. Fact & Opinion: 200

  26. Fact & Opinion: 300

  27. Fact & Opinion: 400 Which of the following contains both a fact and an opinion? • The pyramid is built from limestone blocks and is 138.8 meters high. • The king’s chamber contains a granite sarcophagus, one corner of which is broken. • Beside the pyramid of Khufu are the pyramids of the pharaohs Khafre and Menkaure, two other amazing sights. • Many people dismiss the accomplishments of the ancient world, but the pyramids are clear evidence of the genius and abilities of ancient Egypt.

  28. Fact & Opinion: 500 Define the subjective tone. A.) Includes biased words, such as awful. B.) Opinions and feelings are shared. C.) Contains unbiased/impartial informational. D.) Both choices A & B.

  29. Writing: 100 Define the word topic sentence. A.) Sentence that states the main idea of your paragraph. B.) Sentence that concludes your paragraph and summarizes main idea. C.) Provides supporting details to reinforce your main idea. D.) None of the above.

  30. Writing: 200 Define the term extended response question. A.) This type of constructed response question provides the student with a question or problem and requires the student to provide a brief answer. B.) A short answer response that requires two actions to be done. C.) This type of constructed response question will answer all parts of your question. The response may also have a well-planned beginning, middle, and end. D.) Intensive discussion to solve problems or generate ideas.

  31. Writing: 300 Define the action word describe. A.) Give the formal meaning by distinguishing it from related terms. B.) Write a detailed account or verbal picture in a logical sequence or story form. C.) Give reasons for. D.) Produce a list of words, sentences, or comments.

  32. Writing: 400 Everyday life in space is different from life on earth. Even sleeping is an adventure for astronauts. Some astronauts like to float free in the Shuttle to sleep, gently bouncing off a wall once in a while. Other astronauts sleep better if they are zipped into a sleeping bag. This feels more like sleeping in a bed on earth. There's even a little pillow they can fasten to their heads with a strap!     Astronauts have a hard time staying clean in space. There is no shower or bathtub on the Shuttle, so astronauts have to take sponge baths. They can brush their teeth the regular way, but have to be careful that toothpaste globs don't drift away. All the trash and garbage has to be brought back to earth. What is a main idea from this reading selection? A.) Everyday life in space is different from life on Earth. B.) Astronauts have a rough life while in Outer Space. C.) Being an astronaut is a fun job! D.) Astronauts have a hard time staying clean in space.

  33. Writing: 500 Define the action word criticize. A.) Give your judgment or reasoned opinion of something, illustrating its good and bad points. B.) Describe giving the details and explaining the pros and cons of the subject. C.) Write a detailed account or verbal picture in a logical sequence or story form. D.) Give the formal meaning by distinguishing it from related terms.