U6L3A2 Comma Rules #2 and #3 (NG)
Download the Comma Rules SP21.pptx presentation and the article “Oxford Comma Dispute Is Settled as Maine Drivers Get $5 Million - The New York Times.pdf” (both are in the Grammar folder on the Google drive.
Copy Rules #2 and #3 into the Grammar section of your notebook, along with the examples, and read the article to understand the importance of the final comma in items in a series.
Review comma rules #1-3 with 129 Comma Sep Basic Elements 12GE2703.pdf and 130 Comma Sep Basic Elements 12GE2704.pdf (Grammar Worksheets folder on Google drive).
U6L4A2 Participles and Participial Phrases (NG)
Worksheet: Participles and Participial Phrases A (participle-ws-2.pdf, first page)
U1L3A3 Summative Assessment (WS)
Take a look at the summative assessment for this unit so you will know what you will be expected to do at the end of the unit: Importance of Perspective Beowulf Grendel FA20.pdf.
The summative assessment for Beowulf (Importance of Perspective Beowulf Grendel FA20) is on the Google drive AND in U1L3A3 Summative Assessment.
You will complete the assignment once we have finished reading Beowulf’s battle with Grendel and Grendel’s mother.
If you wish to work collaboratively with a classmate on this project, you will need to let me know as soon as possible by filling out the Collaboration Contract at https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=-x3OL5-ROEmquMR_D8kYLUM3RZAT171EmpK7PWZ6M7tUODJVNjBWQUQwVDdSVDhEUDg5RVBOTVdTVy4u . The contract will not be valid until ALL persons working together have completed the contract. No more than three people may work together.
The final Summative Assessment will be handed in on Turnitin.com. Only ONE person per group should submit the assignment to Turnitin.com – if two people submit, Turnitin.com will say that the assignment is 100% PLAGIARIZED.
The summative assessment will be due by 11:59 PM on Tuesday, Aug. 17.
U1L3A1 Beowulf Details Chart (RF)
Begin reading “The Monster Grendel” on page 7 of the text and filling in details from the text on the Beowulf Details Chart FA20.docx (Anglo-Saxons folder on the Google drive).
Note that each detail in the chart must be accompanied by an appropriate citation, using ln. to document one line and lns. to document multiple lines. For example, to record a Sound Imagery detail, put the following in the appropriate block in the chart: “the music range/Loud in that hall” (lns. 3-4). Notice that a slash mark is used when you move from one line to the next to indicate the line break. Also notice that the capitalization must be given EXACTLY as it is in the original text.
This chart will be due by 11:59 PM on August 11.