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Ms. Derico’s Daily Assignments

September 9

Below is the schedule of English classes that you need to attend each day.

English 8:45-9:05 (class email: English@flps.com )

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Derico’s Zoom Link

Meeting ID: 660 890 7679

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General English 9:45-10:05 (class email: generalenglish@flps.com)

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MS AB English 10:50-11:10 (class email: msabenglish@flps.com)

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Basic English 12:35-12:55 (class email: basicenglish@flps.com)

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Meeting ID: 660 890 7679

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Please call Ms. Derico’s or Ms. D.’s phone number: 954-947-0819 during Extra Help Sessions if you have any questions or concerns.

Extra Help Session 1 (1:05-1:25) 

Extra Help Session 2 (2:45-3:30)

 

Homework  Assignments

English 8:45-9:05 (class email: English@flps.com )

(9/8): Complete My Sentence Boxes and Author Who? Assignment #2-Isaac Asimov, use the Internet to locate five facts about this author. Be sure to read the information, write each fact in a complete sentence, and provide the url or website address you used to locate the five facts. Remember to use the proper heading.

(9/9): Vocabulary Boxes: Word & P.O.S. and Definition-Words: 1. acceleration (noun)-speeding up, going faster 2. clangor (noun)-a loud, harsh, noise; a ringing sound 3. conflict (noun)-a fight, battle, struggle, or problem 4. contorted (verb)-twisted in a violent manner; distorted 5. dilemma (noun)-any difficult or perplexing situation or problem 6. main idea (noun)-the most important or central thought of a paragraph or reading selection, which tells the reader what the text is about 7. manual (adjective)-done, operated, or worked by hand 8. pampering (verb)-treating with extra attention, spoiling or taking special care of 9. paralytic (adjective)-affected with or subject to paralysis. experiencing no movement, or unable to move 10. science fiction (noun)-a form of fiction that deals with what life might be like in another time or place; often set in the future or outer space and Connections Reading Book page 24: Vocabulary Practice

General English 9:45-10:05 (class email: generalenglish@flps.com )

(9/8): Complete My Sentence Boxes and Author Who? Assignment #2-Guy de Maupassant, use the Internet to locate five facts about this author. Be sure to read the information, write each fact in a complete sentence, and provide the url or website address you used to locate the five facts. Remember to use the proper heading.

(9/9): Vocabulary Boxes: Word & P.O.S. and Definition-Words: 1. adjoining (adjective)-touching or bounding at a point or line; bordering; contiguous; adjacent 2. corpulent (adjective)-having a large bulky body; stout; obese; portly 3. covet (verb)-#1 enviously desire something belonging to another person; envy #2 eagerly wish for 4. crafty (adjective)-skillful at deceiving others; cunning; sly 5. devise (verb)-form in the mind; invent; concoct; formulate 6. harvest (verb)- to gather in, as a crop; reap 7. jovial (adjective)-full of good humor; jolly; merry 8. malicious (adjective)-feeling or showing malice (ill will); spiteful; malevolent 9. obstinately (adverb)-in an obstinate (stubborn) manner; stubbornly; unyielding; doggedly 10. retain (verb)-keep possession of; hold; keep and Exercises 5.6 & 5.7 pages 94-95

MS AB English 10:50-11:10 (class email: msabenglish@flps.com )

(9/8): Complete My Sentence Boxes and Author Who? Assignment #2-Richard Connell, use the Internet to locate five facts about this author. Be sure to read the information, write each fact in a complete sentence, and provide the url or website address you used to locate the five facts. Remember to use the proper heading.

(9/9): Vocabulary Boxes: Word & P.O.S. and Definition: Words-1. abrupt (adjective)-characterized by a sharp break; sudden; hasty; unexpected 2. conserve (verb)-protect from loss or being used up; preserve 3. deliberate (adjective)-slow; not hurried; carefully thought out 4. doggedly (adverb)-stubbornly; obstinately; in an unshakeable manner 5. elevation (noun)- height; altitude; height above sea level 6. faint (adjective)-feeble; weak; barely perceptible 7. indolently (adverb)-lazily, idly 8. recede (verb)-go back; move back; withdraw 9. slender (adjective)-#1 slight; small; meager #2 long and thin; not big around 10. surface (noun)-the outside of anything; any face or side of a thing; top and Exercises 6.2 & 6.3 pages 71-72

Basic English 12:35-12:55 (class email: basicenglish@flps.com )

(9/8): Complete My Sentence Boxes and Author Who? Assignment #2-Robert Louis Stevenson, use the Internet to locate five facts about this author. Be sure to read the information, write each fact in a complete sentence, and provide the url or website address you used to locate the five facts. Remember to use the proper heading.

(9/9): Vocabulary Boxes: Word & P.O.S. and definition: Words-1. address (verb)-direct one’s words to; deliver a speech to; speak to 2. cling (verb)-hold on tightly; hold fast; adhere; stick 3. daze (verb)-stun; confuse and bewilder; stupefy 4. deform (verb)-spoil the shape or appearance of; disfigure 5. native (adjective)-#1 belonging to a person because of their birth #2 inborn; natural #3 grown or having its origin in a particular region 6. positively (adverb)-extremely; absolutely; in a positive (definite) way 7. tattered (adjective)-#1 torn to shreds; ragged #2 wearing torn and ragged clothes 8. terrified (adjective)-filled with terror (intense fear); frightened very much; alarmed 9. terror (noun)-intense fear; dread 10. withdraw (verb)-#1 draw back; go away; leave #2 take back; remove and Exercises 7.2 & 7.3 pages 88-89

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