Standard Written English DO NOW - Agr#2
1. Did your newspaper show that cars on my street during
the night before Halloween had its tires slashed. No error.
2. A member of the Navajo tribal council are hoping that
the recent increase i
All Quiet on the Western Front Chapter 6 Assignment A
DIRECTIONS: Read pages 99-128. As you read, stop periodically to answer the twenty questions below in the
space provided on this handout. Do not just skim read from answer to answer; read the pag
An illuminating scene in Toni Morrisons Beloved that emphasizes Morrisons themes
such as race relations and slavery is the end of chapter 19 when Stamp Paid explains his jungle
theory. Stamp Paid basically explains to the readers that the Whi
Stubbornly Independent, Reluctantly Dependent
Resembling the old saying, Farther apart, closer in heart, the themes of solitude and
togetherness in the 1953 film The Band Wagon directed by Vincent Minnelli carefully and
Like Father Like Son: Odysseus and Telemachus
Epic Hero Trait Analysis
Many say that the greatest epic hero of all time is the exceptional and illustrious
Odysseus. Many believe that his strength, bravery, and perception are the exact compone
Wastewater is necessary to treat because of the potential harm that it has on the environment and
on our lives. Wastewater pollutants can negatively affect both the ecosystem and human health
due to the metals a
Thoreau manipulates language by employing literary techniques which help to support
his arguments, such as rhetorical questions, allusions, and appeal to logos. He
begins his second paragraph with the question, This American government, -what
Many people enjoy speculating about their futures or planning out their dreams. Such
ideas are discussed by every day, ordinary people in order to prepare themselves to be something
bigger and better than they already are. They recogni
Describe a place or environment where you are perfectly content. What do you do or experience there,
and why is it meaningful to you?
The sky wasnt blue and I was holding his hand. I was under the night sky and all I could
do was cry. He told me it was ok
The sky wasnt blue. Certainly not at that moment since it was 10 p.m. on this side of the
country. My curfew was in an hour and a half and here I was following a complete stranger
around the place I would be calling my home for the week. We were strolling
How all occasions do inform against me,
And spur my dull revenge! What is a man,
If his chief good and market of his time
Be but to sleep and feed? A beast, no more.
Sure, he that made us with such large discourse,
Looking before and
All Quiet on the Western Front Chapter 7A (pages 137-153)
1. What evidence is there that Himmelstoss is different, now that he is just one of the fighting soldiers, that he
wants to get on good terms with the men?
2. According to Baumer, what happen
All Quiet on the Western Front Chapter 6 Assignment B
Read pages 129-136. As you read, stop periodically to answer the questions below in the space provided
on this handout. Do not just skim read from answer to answer; read the pages of the chapter
SWE TOPIC: Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement
SUBTOPIC: Agreement in Number
Do NOT use the pronoun they to refer back to a
singular antecedent. They is always plural. (Use he or
she instead.) "Them" and "their" are also PLURAL.
2. Remember that the following
Standard Written English DO NOW
1. A large box of books and pencils (was, were) left outside
2. An exhibit of student drawings, paintings, and photos (is,
are) on display in the art gallery.
3. The buildings along the waterfront (seems
DULCE ET DECORUM EST,
by Wilfred Owen (1893-1918)
Bent double, like old beggars under sacks,
Knock-kneed, coughing like hags, we cursed through sludge,
Till on the haunting flares2 we turned our backs
And towards our distant rest began to trudge.
All Quiet on the Western Front (Last study guide) Chapters 11-12 Study Guide - May 2013
1. Influenza means flu. War does not cause disease. So explain what Baumer means when he writes,
War is the cause of death like cancer and tuberculosis, like influenza
Name_All Quiet on the Western Front Chapters 10 Study Guide
1. What assignment is the group of friends next given?
2. Where do they take cover?
3. How do Baumer and Kat react to seeing the pigs (233)? Why do you think they react like that?
4. Explain in w
All Quiet on the Western Front Chapters 9 Study Guide
1. The first section of chapter 9 shows Baumer having trouble finding his friends, but eventually finding
them. The second section involves sudden requirements that the men do a lot of polishing and cl
Name_Section_ All Quiet Chapter 8 Study Guide
1. In chapter 8, you eventually find out the training camp is next to a prison camp for what kind of
prisoners? Give several pieces of evidence that conditions are terrible in that prisoner-of-war (P.O.W.)
All Quiet on the Western Front Chapter 7B
You are receiving two copies of this because you must turn in at the end of this period what you have written
during this period. But if you do not finish this period, take home the second (blank)
All Quiet on the Western Front Chapter 7B
You are receiving two copies of this because you must turn in at the end of this period what you have written during
this period. But if you do not finish this period, take home the second (blank
All Quiet on the Western Front Chapter 7B (for Section D class)
First, read all four of the questions contained on this handout.
Then, as you read pages 154-185, when you find possible support for any of these four topics, list them in th
Praseodymium & Neodymium Written Part
Praseodymium and neodymium belong to the inner-transitions family. Both elements
along with the other elements in its family are shiny and bright. They are also rare earth metals
that are not found in nat