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Please have the following things on your desk: 1. Reading journals and books

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  1. Please have the following things on your desk: • 1. Reading journals and books • 2. A pen or pencil • 3. Assignment pad • Homework: • Keep up with your reading and journals. Two new journals are due tomorrow. • Agenda: • Vocabulary strategies • New vocabulary • Intro to The Diary of Anne Frank

  2. The Diary of Anne Frank By Anne Frank Dramatized by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett

  3. Vocabulary Strategies Do I see clues in the context of the sentence or passage? Do I know the word in any other form? Do I know any other words with the same root or affix? Do I know this word or part of this word in another language?

  4. Malcontents Example from the text: “Most Germans felt that they were being unfairly signaled out and blamed for a war which had multiple causes. . . The National Socialist German Worker’s Party , led by Adolf Hitler, grew as it attracted all sorts of malcontents.” - “A Short History of Nazi Germany”

  5. Vocabulary Strategies Look for clues in the context of the sentence or passage. Do I know the word in any other form? Do I know any other words with the same root or affix? Do I know this word or part of this word in another language?

  6. Malcontents “Most Germans felt that they were being unfairly signaled out and blamed for a war which had multiple causes. . . The National Socialist German Worker’s Party , led by Adolf Hitler, grew as it attracted all sorts of malcontents.” - “A Short History of Nazi Germany”

  7. Appalled Example from the text: Dussel: I think some day he’ll be caught and then he’ll make a bargain with the Green Police. . . If they let him off, he’ll tell them where some Jews are hiding. (He goes off into the bedroom. There is a second of appalled silence.)

  8. Vocabulary Strategies Look for clues in the context of the sentence or passage. Do I know the word in any other form? Do I know any other words with the same root or affix? Do I know this word or part of this word in another language?

  9. Appalled Example from the text: Dussel: I think some day he’ll be caught and then he’ll make a bargain with the Green Police. . . If they let him off, he’ll tell them where some Jews are hiding. (He goes off into the bedroom. There is a second of appalled silence.)

  10. Appalled Part of speech: adjective Definition: horrified; shocked Example from the text: (He goes off into the bedroom. There is a second of appalled silence.)

  11. Conspicuous Example from the text: (The yellow Star of David is conspicuous on all of their clothes.)

  12. Conspicuous Part of speech: adjective Definition: easy to notice; obvious Example from the text: (The yellow Star of David is conspicuous on all of their clothes.)

  13. Disgruntled Example from the text: Mrs. Frank: Wake up, everyone! Miep is here! (Anne quickly puts her diary away Margot sits up, pulling the blanket around her shoulders. Mr. Dussel sits on the edge of his bed, listening, disgruntled.)

  14. Disgruntled Part of speech: adjective Definition: displeased and irritated Example from the text: (Mr. Dussel sits on the edge of his bed, listening, disgruntled.)

  15. Foreboding Example from the text: Margot: (With sudden foreboding). What’s happened? Something’s happened! Hasn’t it, Mr. Kraler?

  16. Foreboding Part of speech: noun Definition: a feeling that something, especially bad or harmful, is about to happen Example from the text: Margot: (With sudden foreboding). What’s happened? Something’s happened! Hasn’t it, Mr. Kraler?

  17. Inarticulate Example from the text: (Peter is furious, inarticulate. He starts toward Dussel as if to hit him.)

  18. Inarticulate Part of speech: adjective Definition: speechless; unable to speak effectively or understandably Example from the text: (Peter is furious, inarticulate. He starts toward Dussel as if to hit him.)

  19. Jubilation Example from the text: Mr. Frank: I’m afraid, Anne, we shouldn’t sing that song tonight. It’s a song of jubilation, of rejoicing. One is apt to become too enthusiastic.

  20. Jubilation Part of speech: noun Definition: rejoicing; a celebration or expression of joy Example from the text: Mr. Frank: I’m afraid, Anne, we shouldn’t sing that song tonight. It’s a song of jubilation, of rejoicing. One is apt to become too enthusiastic.

  21. Loathe Example from the text: Anne: Mother is unbearable. She insists on treating me like a baby, which I loathe.

  22. Loathe Part of speech: verb Definition: to hate; to dislike someone or something greatly Example from the text: Anne: Mother is unbearable. She insists on treating me like a baby, which I loathe.

  23. Oppression Example from the text: Mr. Frank: We light kindle this Hanukkah light to celebrate the great and wonderful deeds of the Maccabees…they fought against indifference, against tyranny and oppression.

  24. Oppression Part of speech: noun Definition: the act of keeping someone down through harsh and unjust use of power; the feeling of being heavily weighed down (mentally or physically) Example from the text: Mr. Frank: We light kindle this Hanukkah light to celebrate the great and wonderful deeds of the Maccabees…they fought against indifference, against tyranny and oppression.

  25. Ostentatiously Example from the text: (Peter is coming from his bedroom, ostentatiously holding a bulge in his coat as if her were holding his cat, and dangling Anne’s present before it).

  26. Ostentatiously Part of speech: adverb Definition: with great show or exaggeration Example from the text: (Peter is coming from his bedroom, ostentatiously holding a bulge in his coat as if her were holding his cat, and dangling Anne’s present before it).

  27. Pandemonium Example from the text: (Peter grabs a frying pan and parades around the room, beating on it. . .Anne and Margot follow him, singing, weaving in and out among the excited grownups. While this pandemonium is going on Mrs. Frank tries to make herself heard above the excitement.)

  28. Pandemonium Part of speech: noun Definition: wild confusion and noise; an uproar Example from the text: (Peter grabs a frying pan and parades around the room, beating on it. . .Anne and Margot follow him, singing, weaving in and out among the excited grownups. While this pandemonium is going on Mrs. Frank tries to make herself heard above the excitement.)

  29. Remorse Example from the text: (They are startled to hear a loud sob from behind them. It is Mrs. Frank, stricken with remorse. She is sitting on the other side of the room.)

  30. Remorse Part of speech: noun Definition: a bitter regret or guilt after having done wrong Example from the text: (They are startled to hear a loud sob from behind them. It is Mrs. Frank, stricken with remorse. She is sitting on the other side of the room.)

  31. Vile Example from the text: Anne: Isn’t algebra vile, Pim! Mr. Frank: Vile!

  32. Vile Part of speech: adjective Definition: disgusting; hateful; unpleasant Example from the text: Anne: Isn’t algebra vile, Pim! Mr. Frank: Vile!

  33. Wallow Example from the text: Anne: Mr. Dussel wants to get back to his dentist’s drill…for myself, there are so many things…to ride a bike again…to laugh till my belly aches…to have a hot tub filled to overflowing and wallow in it for hours.

  34. Wallow Part of speech: verb Definition: to indulge in or take great pleasure and delight in Example from the text: Anne: Mr. Dussel wants to get back to his dentist’s drill…for myself, there are so many things…to ride a bike again…to laugh till my belly aches…to have a hot tub filled to overflowing and wallow in it for hours.

  35. Zeal Example from the text: Mr. Frank: “We kindle this Hanukkah light to celebrate the great and wonderful deeds wrought through the zeal with which God filled the hearts of the heroic Maccabees.”

  36. Zeal Part of speech: noun Definition: great enthusiasm; a devotion to a cause, and ideal, or a goal Example from the text: Mr. Frank: “We kindle this Hanukkah light to celebrate the great and wonderful deeds wrought through the zeal with which God filled the hearts of the heroic Maccabees.”