Jeopardy Template Subject Verb Tense General Verb or Word Structure Agreement Form Sentence Fragments Run Ons 100 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 300 400 400 400 500 500 500
Sentence Fragment 1 • How he believes it affects society and what can be done to incorporate more of the “street smart” sense into schools and learning
Sentence Fragment 2 • Not only does Robinson add humor. Moreover he gives an example of how the educating system does not encourage creativity.
Sentence Fragment 3 When he was a young child, Kohl held everything against himself to not-learn Yiddish was a common language in his family, everyone but his mother spoke Yiddish fluently.
Sentence Fragment 4 • In the article Hidden Intellectualism by Gerald Graff I believe his purpose for writing the article is to point out a new learning technique and to show the difference between two types of students. Which in this case is “book smart” or “street smart”, he explains what you can gain and what you can learn from it.
Sentence Fragment 5 • Another example of a “they say” that Graff includes in his article is when he says, “We assume that it’s possible to wax intellectual about Plato, Shakespeare, the French Revolution, and nuclear fission, but not about cars, dating, fashion, sports, TV, or video games” (page 298). Showing that some may make the assumption that being intellectuals requires one to be passionate about subjects that aren’t of common interest
Run On 1 • In secondary school Tan excelled at science and math, she performed satisfactory when it came to English.
Run On 2 • A matter of fact they create these characters to fit more than one value, they tend to give the characters new adjustments to believe in girl empowerment. (Pg 36)
Run On 3 • As we grow older, our imagination seems to fade, we aren’t encouraged to use our creativity in our daily lives as much as those at a younger age.
Run On 4 Graff uses his own personal experience to relate and also prove my claim, he believes that you shouldn’t have to prove your level of intelligence although at many times you may feel you need to. Once again- be confident about restating your claim
Run On 5 In Morgan Spurlock’s television show, 30 Days; a show in which star from Supersize Me spends thirty days being immersed in new cultures and lifestyles, he spends his time in the Navajo Nation.
Subject Verb Agreement 1 Parents need to be more aware of the consequences Disney cartoons has on their children.
Subject Verb Agreement 2 • He adds, “Professors live in their head; they look upon their body as a form of transportation to their heads. ” These professors who graduate and “are on top” are not necessarily the greatest thinkers and imaginers if they don’t incorporate creative substance into their teachings. Those who stand for hours and lecture about factual and general studies isn’t interesting at all.
Subject Verb Agreement 3 • With his conclusion we then come to an understanding that not learning is the individual choosing to not learn, but are able to learn.
Subject Verb Agreement 4 (contains several errors) • In the article, "Hidden Intellectualism" By Gerald Graff, shows many interesting and shocking flaws about schools and colleges that Gerald suggest that all students needs to know
Subject Verb Agreement 5 (contains several errors) Kohl mentions how not learning isn’t easy it involves skills intellectually and socially that requires your willingness to constantly reject learning and consciously closing yourself off and limiting your experiences.
Verb Tense or Word Form 1 Clearly you can see the schools system hasn’t changed enough to make an impact that is noticeably.
Verb Tense or Word Form 2 • The author develops this idea by providing charts, tables, graphs, blocked quotes, pictures, and statics all in which indicates how foreign accents are associates with negative characters.
Verb Tense or Word Form 3 • Without these subjects, students wouldn’t be as success in problem solving as their educators would expect them to be.
Verb Tense or Word Form 4 (contains several errors) Barry had never given reading a chance, yet he had already failure, how is that possible. Must one not first try to fail
Verb Tense or Word Form 5 Based on Tan’s narrative, her mother depends on Tan when she was young.
General Structure 1 In the article, "I Won't Learn From You" by Herbert Kohl explains a variety of observation about the difference between learning and "not learning".
General Structure 2 • The primary audience in a way would seem like the street smarts because one of the main controversy in this article is how Graff describes that street smarts is seen as not being intellectual, but the primary audience are the book smarts, because Graff gives many examples from this article of how street smarts contribute more to the community than book smarts •
General Structure 3 • In Rosina Lippi Green’s Non-Fiction academic “Teaching Children how to Discriminate”, from her book called, English with an Accent (1997), claims that Disney uses characters dramatically that it becomes discriminating
General Structure 4 • I’ve had personal experiences in middle school and high school where I’ve been assigned boring reading about something that I’m not interested in such as Shakespeare and requested to write, or discuss a topic of my own choice, but because my topic wasn’t considered as intellectual as the topics that were given in class I was denied the option of choosing my own topic of choice. consider sentence length
General Structure 5 • Another example of a “they say” that Graff includes in his article is when he says, “We assume that it’s possible to wax intellectual about Plato, Shakespeare, the French Revolution, and nuclear fission, but not about cars, dating, fashion, sports, TV, or video games” (page 298). Showing that some may make the assumption that being intellectuals requires one to be passionate about subjects that aren’t of common interest