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The Illustrious Mr. Pastor

The Illustrious Mr. Pastor

 

HOMEWORK:
Friday, 
February 15,  2019
 
 
AP ENGLISH: read and annotate Winthrop by Wednesday 2/20, do ACT practice packet by Thursday, 2/21 (with key), read and annotate Emerson by Friday 2/22
  
ENGLISH II (CP): RD's  due Wednesday 2/20
 
 ENGLISH II (GEN.):  RD's due Wednesday 2/20
 
 
Spelling and Context Evaluation Words: Test 2/22
 

  1. Reticent (hesitant; shy)
  2. erroneous (mistaken)
  3. juxtapose (to contrast or compare next to)
  4. materialism
  5. solemnity (seriousness)
  6. lethargic (sluggish)
  7. Manufacture
  8. strident (harsh)
  9. meander (wandering)
  10. notoriety (famous for a bad thing)
  11. mitigate (to soothe or calm)
  12. Degenerate
  13. querulous (whining)
  14. Landscape 
  15. Equivalent
 

Vocabulary Words
 
  1. Subservient (adj.) - excessively submissive towards
  2. Catalogue (n., v.) - to list or document; a book that has a list of articles for purchase in it
  3. Incite (v.) - to get started or instigate
  4. Incumbent (adj.) - mandatory upon one to do something; the one currently in office (n.)
  5. Inherent (adj.) - natively there or natively true; innate
  6. Propriety (n.)  - mode of proper behavior and manners
  7. Epithet (n.) - label, usually an insulting one, like calling anyone from southern Ohio "just a hillbilly"
  8. Reputed (adj.) - famous for; known for
  9. Epic (n.) - you email me for bonus
 
  
Word Parts
PREFIXES
1. MAN (hand) - manufacture: make by hand
2.  MELAN (black) - melanoma: black spot
3. META (beyond) - metaphysical: beyond the phsysical realm; paranormal; supernatural
4. NEO (new) - neoclassical: new intererest in classical studies and art and architecture and writing, oh my
 
ROOTS
5.  PEL/PULS (push): compulsion - being forced
6.  PEND (hang, weigh): pending - hanging in the balance
7.  PHIL/PHILO (like, lover of): philosopher - lover of wisdom
8. POLIS (city): metropolis - big city 
 
SUFFIXES
 6.ORY (relating to): auditory - relating to hearing
7.  OSE (full of): morose- full of morbid imagery of death and decay

 

 

 

 

Class Resources
Eng II College Prep Blizzard Bags 1-3
DO NOT START ANY OF THESE UNTIL YOU SEE SOMETHING HERE THAT SAYS "OKAY, TIME TO START AND COMPLETE BLIZZARD BAG #___."
Eng II General Blizzard Bags 1-3
DO NOT START ANY OF THESE UNTIL YOU SEE SOMETHING HERE THAT SAYS "OKAY, TIME TO START AND COMPLETE BLIZZARD BAG #___."
AP Blizzard Bags 1-3
DO NOT START ANY OF THESE UNTIL YOU SEE SOMETHING HERE THAT SAYS "OKAY, TIME TO START AND COMPLETE BLIZZARD BAG #___."
Project Files
List of Weekly Spelling, Vocabulary, Word Parts
This is a complete list of your WEEKLY spelling and vocabulary words. Of course, this may be subject to alteration depending on snow days, but here's the whole list so you can always know what your weekly words are! See the next file for your weekly word parts.
Schedule

The Illustrious Mr. Pastor's Schedule

Period 1 7:45-8:40 AP Language / Composition

Period 2 8:44-9:35 AP Language / Composition

Period 3 9:39-10:30 English II College Prep

Period 4 10:34-11:25 English II College Prep

Period 5 11:29-12:19 English II College General

LUNCH 12:19-12:50 Seek me in the cafetorium or in my room if you have questions

Period 6 12:54-1:46 English II General

Period 7 1:50-2:45 Planning / Student Assistance (Tutoring) Period

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