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Title: Monday, November 16, 2015

Monday, November 16, 2015
  • Corrections capitalization, using the right
    word, subject-verb agreement
  • Goats milk are easier to digest then Cows milk,
    so it is often used for baby food.

Using the Right Word Then or Than
  • Rule The word then usually relates to time. It
    is most commonly used as an adverb. It has the
    following meanings subsequently or afterwards,
    as a consequence or in that case, at that time or
    that time.
  • The word than introduces a comparison.
    It is most often seen with comparatives and words
    like more, less and fewer.

Today We Will
  • Bellwork Rule
  • Complete any incomplete tests from Fri
  • Read the Giver
  • Giver handouts - complete

Tuesday, November 18, 2014
  • Corrections commas in a series, capitalization,
    possessive apostrophe
  • Mercury venus mars and pluto resemble our planets
    size chemical composition and density.

Commas in a Series
  • Rule Use commas to separate three or
    more words, phrases, or clauses in a series.
    A conjunction goes between the last two items
  • of the series.
  • Example
  • Words Use commas to separate three or more
    words, phrases, or clauses.
  • Phrases This morning I woke up, got dressed,
    brushed my teeth, and ate breakfast.
  • Clauses In fact, the bus was full of people who
    got dressed, who brushed their teeth, and who ate
    breakfast this morning.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014
  • Corrections verb tense, pronoun-antecedent
  • Albert Einstein discovered that the faster things
    move, the heavier it became.

Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement
  • Rule A pronoun usually refers to something
    earlier in the text (its antecedent) and must
    agree in number singular/plural with the
    thing to which it refers.
  • Example

Thursday, November 20, 2014
  • Corrections comma splice, using the right word,
    subject-verb agreement, spelling
  • The cucumber and the tomato isnt vegetables,
    there fruits.
  • Corrections double negative, reflexive pronoun,
  • A redwood tree wont never burn because its bark
    is so thick the tree protects it from fire this

There/Their (1of 2)
  • Rule There is a noun, an adverb, a pronoun, or
    an adjective, but it does not show possession.
    Only the word their (not there) shows possession.
  • Their is almost always followed by a noun. That
    is not true of the word there, which often
    stands alone as noun or pronoun.
  • Example We walked their dog for them while they
    were on vacation.
  • May I please sit there?

Reflexive Pronoun (2 of 2)
  • Rule When the subject and the object in a
    sentence refer to the same person or thing we use
    a reflexive pronoun. If you are using you in the
    plural, the reflexive pronoun is yourselves.

Subject Pronouns Reflexive Pronouns
I Myself
You Yourself
He Himself
She Herself
It Itself
We Ourselves
You (pl) Yourselves
They Themselves
Friday, November 21, 2014
  • Journal 15 Black Friday, the day after
    Thanksgiving, is a day that many stores have big
    sales and offer significant savings. Do you and
    your family take part in Black Friday events?
    How do you feel about this event?