Subject Object Possessive Possesive Reflexive or Intenssive
Pronouns Pronouns Adjectives Pronouns Pronouns
I me my mine myself
you you your yours yourself
he him his his himself
she her her hers herself
it it its its itself
we us our ours ourselves
you (all) you (all) your (all of) yours (all of) yourselves
they them their theirs themselves
There are not such words as "hisself" and "theirselves"!!!
Week of November 5-9, 2018
Remember that classes may work at varying rates and therefore may not be on the exact same lesson at the exact same time.
Journal Entry #14
1. micro- = small, tiny
2. mega- = large, huge
3. hyper- = over, above, excessively
Planner Entry: H.W. is due Friday, 11/09/18.
Classwork: Copy entry 2.5 from pages R36 and R37 in your textbook into your journal.
Read the lesson on page 92 in the textbook together.
Discuss the proper use of reflexive/intensive pronouns.
Complete #1-#5 at the bottom of page 92 on notebook paper. Head properly, grade, and turn in for a grade.
Copy and following terms and meanings from the textbook:
Page R.61- Argument
Page R. 63- Claim
Page R. 65- Evidence
Wednesday, 11/07/18 (Periods 1,3,5) or Thursday, 11/058/18 (Periods 2,4,6)
Read "Wild Animals Aren't Pets" and "Let People Own Exotic Animals" in your textbook.
Complete selection test for the two articles- Multiple-choice, open-book, #'s 1-10, add page numbers.