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Debbie Church

Snow Day, Wednesday, February 20, 2019

6th Grade

Spelling – Have your parents give and grade your spelling pretest. Please bring it to turn in on Friday.

Grammar – Read pages 206 - 210. Look over pg. 206 – no written work. Do A & B pg. 208. Do C pg. 209. Do A & B pgs. 210-211. 

 

7th Grade

Spelling – Have your parents give and grade your spelling pretest. Please bring it to turn in on Friday. Remember to bring your spelling homework as well.

Grammar – Study for grammar quizzes to be taken on Friday.

Quiz 16 – 3 sentences – circle all adjectives except articles – 8 pts. – pgs. 136-138; 5 sentences – identify the underlined word as N, Pro, or Adj – 5 pts. – pg. 139; Bonus – 1 sentence to diagram – pg. 143.

Quiz 17 – Adj phrases – 3 sentences – circle the phrase and draw an arrow to the noun or pronoun it modifies – 9 pts. - pgs. 144-146; Adj clauses – 3 sentences – circle the clause and draw an arrow to the noun or pronoun it modifies – 9 pts. - pgs. 148-150; Adj usage – 3 sentences – write the letter of the correct word choice – pgs. 153-155; Bonus – 1 sentence to diagram – pgs. 147 & 150.

 

8th Grade

Spelling – Have your parents give and grade your spelling pretest. Please bring it to turn in on Friday. Remember to bring your spelling homework as well.

Grammar – Study for grammar quizzes to be taken on Friday.

Quiz 17 – 3 sentences – circle all adjectives except articles – 6 pts. – pgs. 166-168; 5 sentences – identify the italicized word as N, Pro, or Adj – 5 pts. – pg. 169; Bonus – 2 sentences to diagram – pg. 173.

Quiz 18 – Adj phrases – 4 sentences – circle the phrase and draw an arrow to the noun or pronoun it modifies – 12 pts. – pgs. 174-175; Adj clauses – circle the clause and draw an arrow to the noun or pronoun it modifies – 12 pts. – pg. 177; Bonus – 2 sentences to diagram – pgs. 176 & 179.

Quiz 19 – 10 sentences – 10 pts. – write the letter of the correct word choice – pgs. 182-184.

 

 

9th Grade

Spelling – Have your parents give and grade your spelling pretest. Please bring it to turn in on Friday. Study for matching test to be taken on Friday.

Grammar – Read pgs. 227, 229, 230. Do A & B pgs. 227-228. Do A & B pg. 229. Do A, B, C, D pgs. 230-231.

 

10th Grade

Spelling – Have your parents give and grade your spelling pretest. Please bring it to turn in on Friday. Study for matching test to be taken on Friday.

Grammar – Study for test to be taken on Friday.

Definitions:  short answer

            Which verbal is used only as an adjective? – pg 227

            What are articles? – pg 227

            What type of verb do subject complements always follow? – pg 230

            What are adjective clauses introduced by? – pg 236

Define the comparative degree. – pg 242

Parts of Speech:  11 points - you will identify each underlined word within the paragraph as verb, noun, pronoun, or adjective – pg 229

Uses in the Sentence:  6 sentences - identify each italicized word as subject, direct object, indirect object, predicate nominative, or predicate adjective

Remember: action verbs = DO or IO; linking verbs = PN or PA – pg 246

Clauses:  6 sentences - identify each italicized clause as noun or adjective -- remember if  you can identify the clause as a DO, etc. it is a noun clause; adjective clauses modify nouns or pronouns only-- pgs 140 and 236

Phrases:  4 sentences, 8 pts - first identify the phrase as PREP, INF, PART, or GER. 

            Then tell whether it is used as an adjective or noun -- remember that gerunds and participials start with -ing words and infinitives start with to + verb

pgs 134, 137, 233-4

Multiple Choice:  4 sentences - multiple choice – pgs 242-243

            Review: this vs. these; those vs. them; degrees; fewer vs. less

Adjective Usage: 3 sentences – If the sentence contains a misplaced or dangling modifier, write I. If the modifier is properly used, write C. – pg 240

Diagraming: Bonus – 1 sentence

            Review all diagramming pages

A very short test -- total 43 points, therefore every point is important!

Published Wednesday, February 20, 2019 5:33 AM by Debbie Church

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