H10 A - Week 8

Monday, February 4

  • vocab warm-up:
    • 9. evince, v. – show clearly; disclose
    • 10. invincible, adj. – incapable of being conquered
    • 11. vanquish, v. – to over come in battle; to conquer

FRACT (FRAG): break

    • 12. fraction, n. – part of a whole
  • questions about
    • Winthrop?
    • Bradstreet?
    • Taylor?
    • quiz on these guys tomorrow
  • Steinbeck notes!
  • What did you see in Chapters 1 & 2?
  • Study questions for Ch. 3


Tuesday, February 5

  • vocab warm-up:
    • 13. fractious, adj. – apt to break out into a passion; irritable
    • 14. fragile, adj. – easily broken; frail; delicate.
    • 15. infraction, n. – violation; breach
    • 16. refract, v. – bend (literally “break back”) a ray of light from a straight course (also a wave of heat or sound, etc.)
  • FANBOYS! (and commas)
    • notes
  • What about Chapter 3
    • Candy's dog - did you cry?
    • Curley's hand - did you not cry?
  • Notes on Literary and Cultural Criticism


Wednesday, February 6

  • vocab warm-up:
  • OMNI; all, every, everywhere
  • 17. omnibus – 1. adj. – covering many things at once (ex.: an omnibus bill in the legislature; 2. n. – a bus; a book containing many works by the same author.
  • 18. omnipotent, adj. – unlimited in power; almighty.
  • 19. omnipresent, adj. – present everywhere at the same time.
  • 20. omniscient, adj. – knowing everything.
  • Comma exercise 32-1
  • Puritan quiz
  • Discuss Ch. 4
    • character notes
  • Finish Lit/Crit notes


Thursday, February 7

  • vocab warm-up:
    • Write a caption that includes four vocab words.
    • Draw a picture to illustrate that caption.
    • Include a penguin and a hammer somewhere in the picture.
  • Grammar exercise 32-2
  • Make sure you have finished OM&M by tomorrow!
    • final quiz
    • discussion
  • finish Lit Crit notes


Friday, February 8

  • vocab warm-up:
    • Choose four words
    • write a mini-story about snow using those four words
  • OM&M final quiz
  • Write three good discussion questions
  • Get gold discussion guide
  • Book discussion
Literary and Cultural Criticism notes
Commas and FANBOYS – Section 32
Steinbeck Character Notes