DLR Week 9
6th - 8th grade
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Moral Science, Performing Arts, Philosophy
DLR Week 9
Screenshot your score then turn it in to Google Classroom. Hopefully you can practice as many times as you like until you reach a solid understanding of the material. :)
Mixing up words in English is a common thing we do. Which word is correct? First, copy and paste this link in a new tab: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGxuWWGo8AY
Which word should Marty McFly be using? If you are unsure, use my best friend, the dictionary. The link should start playing on YouTube.
Copy and paste: https://literarydevices.net/metaphor/
Read then think. Re-read and rethink if you need to. :) Sloths unite. Slow and steady wins the race.
Metaphors are magical when writing, singing, expressing oneself!
Which sentences show us a metaphor?
Concrete VS. Abstract Nouns. Say what? Watch this short clip, then answer the question. Which words below are examples of abstract nouns?
Which words are concrete nouns?
Which sentences use a simile?
Prepositions tell us where things are. Watch this short video (attached).
Which sentences show prepositions used correctly?
Ah, Alliteration. Watch this clip, then check the sentences below that show us alliteration.
Adverbs! Watch here, then check the boxes that show adverbs used properly.
Homophones! Ugh! Watch the video, then check the boxes that show homophones below.
Helping (auxiliary verbs) Verbs. Watch this short clip, then check the boxes that use helping verbs correctly.
Adjectives! Watch the cringe-y video first, then check the boxes that show adjectives being used correctly.
Diagramming sentences. What? Subject? Predicate? Help! Watch the video, then check the boxes that are correct.
Watch this 5 min. video for a little more about diagramming sentences. Then check the boxes that explain/show a properly diagrammed sentence.
Choose a synonym for the word: nice. Use a thesaurus if you need help. I love thesauruses.
Choose an antonym for the word: said
You know I dig analogies. Click here for a gentle refresher.
Choose the sentence that shows us an analogy.
Zac Efron and Jon Cena felt exasperated after all of the fans screamed at them.
What can we infer the word exasperated means?
Jimmy John Jones wandered through the park. He wondered about the meaning of life. Aisha reminded Jimmy that life is all about the journey, not the destination. Do these sentences about Jimmy and Aisha use the words: wandered and wondered correctly?