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Ms. Derico’s Daily Assignments

August 31

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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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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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 )

(8/31): Complete vocabulary boxes for Word and P.O.S. (Part of Speech) and Definition for the following words: cylindrical (adjective)-relating to or having the form of a cylinder; fiction (noun)-#1 the class of literature comprising of imaginative narration and #2 something invented or imagined; a made up story; glimpse (noun)-a very brief, passing look, sight, or view; hunkered (verb)-to squat on one’s heels (often followed by the word down); incline (noun)-an inclined surface; slope; slant; methodical (adjective)-orderly; done in a systematic way; careful; deliberate; momentarily (adverb)-for a brief moment; briefly, instantly; pondering (verb)-to weigh carefully in the mind; consider thoughtfully; synchronized (verb)-to cause to indicate the same time; to operate, happen, or occur at the same rate and exactly together; thriller (noun)-an exciting or suspenseful play or story; often is a mystery type story. and email do now assignment.

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

(8/31): Complete vocabulary boxes for Word and P.O.S. (Part of Speech) and Definition for the following words: admonish (verb)-warn of a fault; reprove gently, but seriously; approbation (noun)-commendation; praise; official approval; arbitrary (adjective)-#1 not restrained or limiting in exercising power; ruling by absolute authority; dictatorial; despotic and #2 marked by or resulting from the unrestrained or tyrannical use of power; censure (verb)-criticize harshly; find fault with; blame; flimsy (adjective)-lacking strength or solidity; weak; inadequate; ingenious (adjective)-#1 clever; original; inventive; resourceful and #2 conceived or done in an original or clever manner; libel (verb)-injure a person’s reputation by a false statement, printed or written; give an unflattering or damaging picture of; defame resent (verb)-feel or show annoyance or indignation at (a person or act); tedious (adjective)-tiresome because of length or dullness; wearisome; boring; vain(adjective)-excessively proud of one’s looks or abilities; conceited, email do now assignment, and Complete Exercises 2.6 & 2.7 page 30.

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

(8/31): Complete Vocabulary Boxes for Word and P.O.S. (Part of Speech) and Definitions for the following words: acute (adjective)-#1 keen; penetrating; sharp and #2 serious and demanding attention; urgent; critical; conceive (verb)-take into the mind; think up; imagine; gradually (adverb)- little by little; by degrees; inquire (verb)-ask; seek information about; object (noun)-thing aimed at; purpose; aim observe (verb)-perceive by paying careful attention; see; notice; watch passion (noun)-strong, overpowering feeling, such as love, hate, fear, anger, rage, etc. profound (adjective)-#1 possessing insight (the power of seeing into a situation); discerning and #2 very deep; deep-seated; vex (verb)-bring trouble to; annoy; vulture (noun)-large, hawk-like bird of prey that feeds on dead animals and Instructional 3-2-1: List 3 things you know about the human heart, list 2 things you enjoy about reading, and list 1 thing you know about Edgar Allan Poe.

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

(8/31): Complete Vocabulary Boxes for Word and P.O.S. (Part of Speech) and Definitions for the following words: confront (verb)-face, especially in challenge, meet face to face; oppose; considerably (adverb)-greatly; much; to a large extent; depress (verb)-sadden; discourage; make gloomy; drooping (adjective)-hanging down; losing strength; becoming weak; garment (noun)-article of clothing; matter-of-fact (adjective)-sticking strictly to facts; unimaginative; concerned with the obvious and overlooking the deeper reality; necessity (noun)-very necessary thing; something that cannot be done without; need; practically (adverb)-almost; very nearly; pride (noun)-#1 self-respect; sense of one’s own worth or dignity and #2 delight or satisfaction in one’s achievements or possessions; prospective (adjective)-likely to be or become; expected probable, complete Exercise 2.2 pages 18-19 and Exercise 2.3 page 19.

 

 

 

 

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