Flowers for Algernon - Moore Public Schools

Flowers for Algernon - Moore Public Schools

Flowers for Algernon Bellwork- Week 1 Monday, August 24 1 Write the definitions: 1. acquire: (verb) to get 2. related: (verb)had something to do with 3. psychology: (noun) the study of the mind. The prefix psyche means mind. 4. glory- (noun) praise or honor 5. tangible- (adjective) able to be seen, touched, or felt 6. independent clause- a group of words with a subject and verb that can stand alone as a

sentence. Always bring Monday, August 24 your library book! Write the definitions: 7. cowered- (verb) moved away in fear 8. obscure (verb) to hide 9. stimulus (noun) something that causes a response 10. invariably- (adverb) constantly; always 11. psychologist- (noun) a person who studies the mind. 12. run-on sentence- two independent clauses that run together without correct punctuation or conjunctions

Monday After Media Center Visit Dude, its reading time! Complete one TCJ while you read. That means choose and copy a meaningful quote from your novel on the left side, and respond with an example or anecdote in at least three sentences on the right side. Remember: Use quotation marks in the page number. Correct Format: Authors name (Last, First.) Title of Book. City of Publication: Publisher,

Year of Publication. Source Type. Tuesday, August 25 1 Short response: In complete sentences, give your opinion on the ethics of Charlies operation. Is it right to have the doctors choose what is best for Charlie? Why or why not? Tuesday, August 25 2 Write out the synonyms and the vocabulary word that relates.

1. Perceptible, Concrete, Real: _________________ 2. Obtain, Get, Attain: _________________ 3. Motivation, Incitement, Spur: _________________ Dude, its reading time! Complete one TCJ while you read. That means choose and copy a meaningful quote from your novel on the left side, and respond with and example or anecdote in at least three sentences on the right side. Remember: Use quotation marks in the page number. Correct

Format: Authors name (Last, First.) Title of Book. City of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Source Type. Wednesday, August 26 1 Write out the complete sentence and add the correct vocabulary word. 1. ___________ it rains after I wash my car. 2. Since I drink coffee every day, I am _________ running to the store for more.

Wednesday, August 26 2 Charlie sees being smart as being able to read and write good. In your opinion, what does it mean to be intelligent? Respond to the question with three+ sentences with examples from your own life. Dude, its reading time! Complete one TCJ while you read. That means choose and copy a meaningful quote from your novel on the left side, and respond with and example or anecdote in at least three sentences on the right side.

Remember: Use quotation marks in the page number. Correct Format: Authors name (Last, First.) Title of Book. City of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Source Type. Thursday, August 27th 1 Write each sentence and complete it with the correct vocabulary word. 1. Both of the doctors involved in Charlies experiment want the ___________ that comes with success.

2. Charlies goal is to ___________ more knowledge. 3. The mouse Algernon __________ in the corner of his cage out of fear. Thursday, August 28th PREAP Write each sentence and complete it with the correct vocabulary word. 1. Both of the doctors involved in Charlies experiment want the ___________ that comes with success. 2. Charlies goal is to ___________ more knowledge. 3. The mouse Algernon __________ in the

corner of his cage when scared. Thursday, August 27 2 Characterization: Describe what Charlie is like at this point in the story. Use details from the text. 1. Charlies Words: 2. Charlies Thoughts: 3. Charlies Actions: 4. Others Words about Him: Dude, its reading time!

Complete one TCJ while you read. That means choose and copy a meaningful quote from your novel on the left side, and respond with and example or anecdote in at least three sentences on the right side. Remember: Use quotation marks in the page number. Correct Format: Authors name (Last, First.) Title of Book. City of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Source Type. Friday, August 28th 1

Write each sentence and complete it with the correct vocabulary word. 1. The scientist used cheese as a _______________ to get the mouse to run the maze. 2. Ms. Kinnian and the doctors have a ___________ goal to help Charlie learn. 3. Charlie does not try to ____________ his lack of intelligence. Dude, its reading time! Complete one TCJ while you read. That means choose and copy a meaningful quote from your novel on the left side, and respond with and example or anecdote in at least three sentences on the right side.

Remember: Use quotation marks in the page number. Correct Format: Authors name (Last, First.) Title of Book. City of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Source Type. Friday, August 28th PREAP Write each sentence and complete it with the correct vocabulary word. 1. The scientist used cheese as a _______________ to get the mouse to run the maze. 2. Ms. Kinnian and the doctors have a

___________ goal to help Charlie learn. 3. Charlie does not try to ____________ his lack of intelligence. Friday, August 28 2 Write out the synonyms and the vocabulary word that relates. 1. Unclear, Vague, Murky: _______________ 2. Cringed, Recoiled, Fled: _______________ 3. Always, Constantly, Regularly:___________ EXTRA Write out the synonyms and the vocabulary

word that relates. 1. Credit, Praise, Honor: _______________ 2. Connected, Associated, Linked: __________ 3. Study, Education, Schooling: ___________

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