Yesterday we began reading Act III in The Crucible. This is set in the courtroom where John Proctor, Giles Corey, and Francis Nurse are trying to convince the Judge Hawthorne that their wives are not witches. Read it if you haven't already.
Today you had a quiz on Act II. But, don't worry; I am still concerned with the brush strokes. So you had to answer questions in brush stroke form.
As a reminder:
ABSOLUTE - Noun __ing, noun __ing
**Sample: Teeth chattering, fingers freezing, Miss White came in from the cold.
APPOSITIVE - Rename noun
**Miss White, the greatest teacher in room 235, came in from the cold.
PARTICIPLE - __ing phrase OR __ing, __ing, __ing,
**Thinking about hot chocolate, Miss White came in from the cold.
ADJECTIVES-OUT-OF-ORDER - Noun, adjective and adjective
**Miss White, frozen and weak, came in from the cold.
ACTIVE VERB - Use action!
**Miss White stomped in from the cold.
STUDY THEM!!!!! USE THEM!!!! YOU WILL SEE THEM ALL YEAR LONG!!!!!