You have that quote paper due on Friday.
Also, don’t forget that you have a vocabulary quiz on Friday. Here are the words for the week:
Vocabulary List 11
- Canard (n): a false piece of news
- Debauchery (n): immoral self-indulgence
- Debilitate (v): to weaken; enfeeble
- Efface (v): to erase or make illegible
- Effervescence (n): state of enthusiasm and liveliness; process of producing small bubbles of gas
- Fallible (adj): capable of making mistakes
- Fallow (adj): dormant; unused
- Garrulous (adj): extremely talkative
- Gauche (adj): lacking social grace; tactless
- Haughty (adj): arrogant
- Headstrong (adj): determined to have one’s own way; stubborn; willful
- Illusory (adj): deceptive; false; misleading
- Imbibe (v): to receive and absorb into the mind
- Jibe (v): to be in accord
- Jingoistic (adj): extremely patriotic; nationalistic
For next Friday, you need to do a quote paper. Below, there is a rubric for how I will be grading you. You need to follow it. Also, if you have two people edit, you can get extra credit.
Here is the grading sheet:
If you weren’t in class today, you need to read pages 388-393 of the “Ramayana” in the literature book. If you were in class, you do not have any homework.
If you were absent today, you need to read “The Mice that Set Elephants Free” on pages 382-385. If you were here, you do not have any homework. 🙂
If you were not in class today, you need to read “Philosophy and Spiritual Discipline” on pages 370-378.
No homework. Have a great weekend!
For today, if you missed class, you need to make sure you have read all the pages from 348-364. We have been reading them in class. Also, don’t forget to study for the vocabulary quiz.
If you weren’t in class today, read pages 348-358. If you were in class, there is no homework. 🙂
For tonight, you need to finish reading “The Aeneid”.
For tonight, you need to read half of The Aeneid in your textbook.
Also, here are the vocab words for the week. The quiz will be on Friday.
Vocabulary List 10
- Sanction (v): to give permission; approve
- Tactile (adj): concerned with the sense of touch; touchable
- Talisman (n): something believed to have magic power or bring good luck
- Uncanny (adj): mysterious, unusual
- Unconscionable (adj): unscrupulous, extreme
- Valedictory (adj): pertaining to farewell
- Valiant (adj): courageous; heroic
- Wanton (adj): reckless
- Warrant (n): authorization; written order; guarantee
- Zephyr (n): a gentle breeze; anything of light quality
- Abhor (v): to hate, to detest
- Abide (v): to endure; to remain
- Barren (adj): incapable of producing offspring; dull
- Bask (v): to lie in pleasant warmth; to enjoy a pleasant situation
- Calumniate (v): to make false statements; slander