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All old and new students who have paid but not registered for a forum account yet need to email the following information as soon as possible to DrJoeWriting@gmail.com 1. The student's YY class nickname (which should not be changed)2. The student's YY number3. The student's grade level4. Your email used to receive class PPT and MP3 (the two emails can be the same) 5. Your forum username (which must be the same as your YY class nickname)

DrJoeWriting.Com

Forum ID Registration

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Once we get the above information of yours, we will email you a temporary password.

Please

immediately log in to

our new forum

http

://drjoewriting.com/forum1/?q=forum

with your username and temporary password. After you log in, you can find a link called "My account" on top of the page. Click the "My account" link and you will get to your account info page. On your account info page, click the "Edit" tab so you can change your password

.

Then you can start posting your homework assignments or free writings on our new forum.

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When you post your homework in the forum, please also copy and paste the original homework instruction (which includes title, word limit, due date, etc.). This will make the editing and commenting easier.

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Dr. Joe’s Writing-Reading Classes I Write, I Read, I Love.Nov. 20, 2015

Dr. Joe Copyright

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Please don’t share class recording and slides with other people.

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Please post your homework assignments, questions and comments on the forum. When you post your writing on the forum, make your title like this: “Grade Number - Writing Title.” For example, you are in grade 2 and the title is “I Like Books.” Then you type “Grade 2 – I Like Books” in the title area.

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To make our class better, we will have in-class reading and ask-and-answer exercises. The students will be randomly chosen to answer questions and join discussions. This will make the students stay alert during the class time. So don’t play games or websurf in the class—you might get caught off guard!

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I. Recommended Author and Book

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Daniel Handler (born February 28, 1970) is an American writer and journalist. He is best known for his work under the pen name Lemony Snicket. He is best known for his children’s series, A Series of Unfortunate Events.

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Today’s Book The Dark by Lemony Snicket Illustrated by Jon KlassenHardcover: 40 pagesPublisher: Little Brown Books for Young Readers (April 2, 2013)Age Range: 6-8

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Overview of

The Dark

Laszlo

, a solemn boy in blue pajamas, is scared of the dark, and it's easy to see why. He lives in a house with

a

creaky roof, smooth, cold windows, and several sets of stairs

.

The floors are bare, the halls are empty, and the windows are

uncurtained

. And the dark in his house is not just any dark—it has a will of its own.

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The City Mouse and the Country Mouse

Once a little mouse who lived in the countryinvited a little Mouse from the city to visit him.  When the little City Mouse sat down to dinner he was surprised to find that the Country Mouse had nothing to eat except barley and grain. "Really," he said, "you do not live well at all; you should see how I live! I have all sorts of fine things to eat every day.  You must come to visit me and see how nice it is to live in the city."  The little Country Mouse was glad to do this, and after a while he went to the city to visit his friend.

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The very first place that the City Mouse took the Country Mouse to see was the kitchen cupboard of the house where he lived.  

There, on the lowest shelf, behind some stone jars, stood a big paper bag of brown sugar.  

The little City Mouse gnawed a hole in the bag and invited his friend to nibble for himself.

 

 

The two little mice nibbled and nibbled, and the Country Mouse thought he had never tasted anything so delicious in his life. 

He

was just thinking how lucky the City Mouse was, when suddenly the door opened with a bang, and in came the cook to get some flour

.

"

Run!" whispered the City Mouse. And they ran as fast as they could to the little hole where they had come in.  

The

little Country Mouse was shaking all over when they got safely away, but the little City Mouse said, "That is nothing; she will soon go away and then we can go back."

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After the cook had gone away and shut the door they stole softly back,

and this time the City Mouse had something new to show.He took the little Country Mouse into a corner on the top shelf,where a big jar of dried prunes stood open.  After much tugging and pulling they got a large dried prune out of the jar and on to the shelf and began to nibble at it.  This was even better than the brown sugar.  The little Country Mouse liked the taste so much that he could hardlynibble fast enough. But all at once, in the midst of their eating, there came a scratching at the door and a sharp, loud MEOW!  

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"What is that?" said the Country Mouse. The City Mouse just whispered, "Sh!" and ran as fast as he could to the hole.  

The Country Mouse ran after, you may be sure, as fast as HE could.  

As

soon as they were out of danger the City Mouse said, "That was the old Cat; she is the best mouser in town,--if she

gets

you, you are lost."

   

 

"This is very terrible," said the little Country Mouse; "let us not go back to the cupboard again."

"No," said the City Mouse, "I will take you to the cellar; there is something

special

there

.“

STORY TO BE CONTINUED NEXT CLASS

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II. Quiz Time

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Dr. Joe Copyright

Rules:

After each question, the answer will be disclosed. Every

multiple-choice

question has

only one correct answer

. For the

fill-in-blank

question, please write one word for the blank.

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Question

1:

When something happens

‘out of the blue’ it happens with no _______.

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Question

1:

When something happens ‘out of the blue’ it happens with

no

warning

.

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Question 2:

If you have a ‘change of heart’ you have changed

your mind or

_______.

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Question 2:

If you have a ‘change of heart’ you have changed your mind

or

opinion

.

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Question

3:

A person who is outside of their normal

environment is sometimes referred to as a _________.

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Question 3:

A person who is outside of their normal environment is sometimes referred to as a

fish out of water

.

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Question 4:

A plan to do something

wrong is called a ________.

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Question 4:

A plan to do something wrong is called

a

scheme.

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Question 5

:

A

person or animal

that you spend a lot of time with is your _________.

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Question 5:

A person or animal that you spend a lot of time with is

your

companion

.

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Dr. Joe Copyright

What is your score? What do they mean?

1. 5/5 (all five answers are correct): Great!

2. 4/5 (four answers are correct): Good!

3.

3/5

(three

answers are correct):

Use a

little more care to review!

4. 2/5 or 1/5 or 0/5 (less than three answers

are correct): Use more care to review!

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IV. Idioms and Phrases

Each student writes one sentence using the newly learned idiom.

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1. Be in hot water

Be in trouble.

If you don’t get your homework finished, you will be in hot water.

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2. Let the cat out of the bag

To reveal a secret

Tom let the cat out of the bag when he told Amy about the surprise party.

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3

. It cost an arm and a leg

It was expensive.

His new bike cost an arm and a leg.

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IV. New Words

Each student writes one sentence using the newly learned word.

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1. Solemn (adjective) Not cheerful or smiling; serious.Tim’s expression was solemn.

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2. Creaky (adjective)

Making a harsh, high-pitched sound when being moved or pressure or weight is applied.

I climbed the creaky stairs slowly.

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3

. Nibble (verb)

To chew in small bites.

The rabbit nibbled on a piece of lettuce.

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4

. Gnaw (verb)

Bite at something persistently.

The dog gnawed on the bone for hours.

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Homework

Dr. Joe Copyright

1. Review

and read out loud the teaching materials at least

ten minutes at home every day. Ask parents to help. Be ready for the quiz next time.

Please note

reviewing is the very important homework

.

2.Write

a paragraph talking about a fear you have (100 words).

Due Nov. 27, 2017 on the forum.

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