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Summarizing rather than analyzing is a typical problem for students when they are supposed to
analyze a piece of writing or work of literature. Bland verbs, such as says and relates, tend to
lead the writer into summary. Powerful verbs and ver
f ( x)
Determine the zeros (if any) of the rational function.
The graph of the function
is shown below. Determine the domain.
Use the graph of f to sketch the graph of the function indicated below.
4. Compare the graph of the followin
The Language of Oratory (the art of public speaking)
Modified from http:/english.unitecnology.ac.nz/resources/resources/oratory.html
In order to persuade listeners, public speakers often employ techniques to appeal to pathos, logos,
and ethos. These techn
IB Biology Y1 Summer Assignment
Directions: This is a review of material you have previously learned in 9th grade Biology. It is a good
representative of the minimum of what I expect you to know coming into IB Biology. As you work on the
Section 1: History as a Laboratory (p.4-11)
1. In 4-6 bullet points, summarize the key arguments and ideas stated by McClay in this section.
[Boxes will expand as you type.]
2. Select one quote from this section that sticks out to you. Explain your reacti
For each section of
the reading, you are
to complete the
(1) Summarize the
key arguments and
ideas presented by
the author in 4-6
(2) Identify one
quote that jumps
out at you, and
reaction to the
Imagery is never used to paint a picture in the readers mind no matter who has told you that before
or where you may have read that before. Dispel that idea now.
What, then, does imagery do?
Imagery is typically used to characterize and/or create a tone f
When something is personified, its power is
The chair groaned when the teacher sat
suggesting that even the chair dreaded the event.
The chair is given the right to disapprove and bring
the entire atmosphere to a negative place
Four important comma rules to know before you complete
1. Avoiding a comma splice: A comma splice occurs when two independent clauses are joined
by nothing more than a comma. Like this:
Students fail to use a comma properly, they wan
IB Language A1junior year
Room 109 ( but 116 in the fall)
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN: Under no circumstances should you google for
information about this play Do not read Spark Notes, Monkey Notes or