American Born Chinese-Ch. 7-9 Review Lesson Part 3

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American Born Chinese-Ch. 7-9 Review Lesson Part 3

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  1. Slide 1

    • Vocabulary Review
    • Sentence example from ABC:
    • “The third was Jiang Tao, whose sermons were of such eloquence that even the bamboo wept in repentance.”
    • Vocab Word
    • Part of Speech
    • Definition
    • Synonym
    • Antonym
    • Repentance
    • pg. 134 of ABC
    • Noun
    • (noun form of repent)
    • Sincere regret or remorse about something bad or wrong that one has done.
    • Guilt
    • Apathy
  2. Slide 2

    • Vocabulary Review
    • Sentence example from ABC:
    • “I am sovereign ruler of Flower Fruit Mountain! Master of twelve major disciplines of kung-fu. Come closer so I can beat you for your impudence.”
    • Vocab Word
    • Part of Speech
    • Definition
    • Synonym
    • Antonym
    • Impudence
    • pg. 144 of ABC
    • Noun
    • (noun form of impudent)
    • The act of not showing proper respect to someone
    • Rudeness
    • Courteous
  3. Slide 3

    • Vocabulary Review
    • Sentence example from ABC:
    • “Ah so! Cousin Da-nee no risten, now must suffer unmitigated fury of spicy Szechuan dragon!”
    • Vocab Word
    • Part of Speech
    • Definition
    • Synonym
    • Antonym
    • Unmitigated
    • pg. 206of ABC
    • Adjective
    • Absolute; complete
    • Total
    • Incomplete
  4. Slide 4

    • Vocabulary Review
    • Sentence example from ABC:
    • “Yes, Tze-Yo-Tzuh considers them the pinnacle of his creation.”
    • Vocab Word
    • Part of Speech
    • Definition
    • Synonym
    • Antonym
    • Pinnacle
    • pg. 218of ABC
    • Noun
    • The most successful point. In terms of a mountain, the peak, the highest point.
    • High point
    • Low point
  5. Slide 5

    • We’ve determined the true identity of each character and need to determine theme, or overall lesson, that the author wants us to learn from each character’s story.
    • Practice using these vocabulary terms:
    • Repentance
    • Impudence
    • Unmitigated
    • Pinnacle
    • Remember
    • What is the author trying to teach us by telling each of these stories?
  6. Slide 6

    • Review ObjectivesCan You Do It?
    • Review Chapters 7-9 of ABC
    • Discuss and analyze characters, plot, and theme
    • Review vocabulary from Chapters 7-9
  7. Slide 7

    • Practice using your vocabulary words in sentences and begin thinking about the overall theme of American Born Chinese.
    • Dig Deeper
  8. Slide 8

    • We’ll complete the final project and exam for American Born Chinese!
    • What’s Next?