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Day 29 VCR 5 Quiz Close Reading 4 Indirect Objectives Analyze organizational text elements and their purposein nonfiction . Show how the organization of a text affects main idea Display an understanding of vocabulary Understand and Identify Direct Objects and indirectobjects in sentences 1 VCR 6 Flashcards. Warm Up VCR 5 quiz VCR 6 intro Indirect Object notes Indirect Object Direct object activity Closed Reading groups. ClosureInstructions Find the subjects verbs and direct objects in the followingsentences 1 The students of these lessons have studied subjects and verbs .2 The hungry man ate cake pie and rolls continually 3 John wants a bicycle and a wagon for Christmas 4 Everyone at the party enjoyed the hamburgers hot dogs and drinks VCR 5 Quiz Clear your desks and get your laptops . No talking or looking at another s When finished work on VCR 6 Direct Objects Sheet 2a Mark all prepositional phrases and infinitive phrases b Underline verb 2x and subject 1x .c Circle and label the DO 1 Rafael is making a costume for the Halloween party 2 Jack did you catch a trout at Pine Lake last week 3 The inspector noticed mud on the driver s boot 4 Some people took cameras to the air show .5 Jen gave a framed picture to her cousin for his birthday 6 Josh tied the knot much too tightly 7 Put those bottles in the recycling bin 8 Our uncle sent tickets for the play at the community center 9 Karen offered her extra umbrella to me .10 The mechanic inspected the brakes after the accident Indirect ObjectsIndirect Objects Must follow an action verb Must come before a direct object. How to Find 1 Eliminate all prepositional phrases andinfinitive phrases 2 Ask who or what after the verb3 Circle and label the DO. may be compound4 Ask if anyone or anything receives theDO If so that someone or something is the A noun or a pronoun Tells to whom or to what or for whom.or for what the action of the verb issubj action verb direct obj Andy brought a flower subj action verb indirect obj direct obj Andy brought me a. A noun or a pronoun Tells to whom or to what or for whom or for what theaction of the verb is done subject action verb indirect object direct objectSarah showed the class her new glasses .Sarah showed her new glasses to whom Jeff gave Caroline a chess set Jeff gave a chess set to whom Please Note If there is an indirect object .there must be a direct object However you can have adirect object without anindirect object ONLY ACTION VERBS HAVE.INDIRECT OBJECTS and DIRECTLinking verbs do NOT haveindirect objects or directLinking verb Zachary was a silly boy Action verb Zachary saw a silly boy . Examples You gave me a dollar Aunt Susan knit us socks and sweaters Ibaked my guests cookies and brewed them Jesse gave a black eye to his sister . Direct Objects Sheet 2a Mark all prepositional phrases and infinitive phrases b Underline verb 2x and subject 1x c Circle and label the DO 1 Rafael is making a costume for the Halloween party .2 Jack did you catch a trout at Pine Lake last week 3 The inspector noticed mud on the driver s boot 4 Some people took cameras to the air show 5 Jen gave a framed picture to her cousin for his birthday 6 Josh tied the knot much too tightly .7 Put those bottles in the recycling bin 8 Our uncle sent tickets for the play at the community center 9 Karen offered her extra umbrella to me 10 The mechanic inspected the brakes after the accident 1 Lisa made her boyfriend a homemade card for his birthday .2 Sawyer gave his brother a dollar for a candy bar 3 Sylvia wrote her teacher a letter of appreciation 4 I stole my brother s money from this wallet and gave him Monopoly money in its place 5 Prehistoric animals have left us messages about ancient times 6 At museums tour guides show visitors huge skeletons of dinosaurs .7 These skeletons offer the world evidence of ancient life 8 Fossils provide scientists with even better specimens for study 9 Natives of the North gave a museum a frozen Mammoth 10 Fossils give us information about ancient changes in climate 11 Fossil footprints have given experts a great deal of information .12 Study of some footprints can tell an observer the size of the dinosaur 13 The museum charges people 20 to see various fossils 14 I asked Grandpa many questions about his past 15 On the soccer field the player gave the ball a strong kick 16 The farmer fed his pigs mush .17 Janice told Lynn a secret 18 Tom ordered us pizzas for the tailgate party 19 The boss gave his staff a lecture about office safety 20 The principal gave the freshman class a special treat 21 Santa brought the naughty children coal for their stockings .22 Deborah ordered her mom flowers for her birthday 23 The groom gave the bride a big smooch at the end of the wedding 24 I left the man a message about my broken washing machine 25 The chef cooked his sous chefs a new recipe to try 26 Thad passed Ronald a note during class .27 The professor assigned the students a twenty page paper 28 Rick bought Royanne a valentine Group Practice Close Reading Week 4Get into groups of 4 Assign one member of the group to get your reading packets.Use your answer sheets to discuss the answers Use your rationale in your discussions You must have oneWhen you establish a group answer write it in the groupanswer portion of the answer sheet You have 15 min to complete . Close Reading Objectives Week FiveBeyond standard annotation requirements please complete the following Editor pp 85 871 Highlight the sentence that most contributes to the central idea 2 Highlight the thesis statement Re state the thesis in the margin .3 Highlight the author s use of appeal Identify the type of appeal in the margins 4 Highlight diction used specifically to appeal to the reader s emotion Summarize the likely effectsof this diction in the margins 5 Is this thesis statement re stated in the conclusion If so highlight it and draw a line connecting itto the thesis statement.6 Compose a statement evaluating this letter s effectiveness Cite textual evidence to support your Closure 3 2 1 Write 3 things you have learned aboutorganizational structures today . 2 examples of indirect objects 1 question you still have regarding today s5. Prehistoric animals have left us messages about ancient times. 6. At museums, tour guides show visitors huge skeletons of dinosaurs. 7. These skeletons offer the world evidence of ancient life. 8. Fossils provide scientists with even better specimens for study. 9. Natives of the North gave a museum a frozen Mammoth. 10.