EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK OF MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 DUDE, IT’S READING TIME! BEGIN YOUR TWO COLUMN JOURNAL. REMEMBER: USE QUOTATION MARKS IN THE PAGE NUMBER. CORRECT FORMAT: AUTHOR’S NAME (LAST, FIRST.) TITLE OF BOOK. CITY OF PUBLICATION: PUBLISHER, YEAR OF PUBLICATION. SOURCE TYPE. MONDAY, JANUARY 11TH 2016 1.CALAMITY – A SERIOUS EVENT CAUSING DISTRESS OR MISFORTUNE 2.DESPONDENCY – DEPRESSION, DEJECTION 3.DISDAIN – INTENSE DISLIKE; TO TREAT WITH SCORN, TO REJECT AS UNWORTHY 4.DISPARAGE – TO DEGRADE, TO SPEAK OF SOMEONE OR SOMETHING IN A DEROGATORY (INSULTING) MANNER 5.ENTHRALLING – CAPTIVATING, SPELLBINDING MONDAY, JANUARY 11TH 6. FATALISTIC – BELIEF THAT EVENTS ARE PREDETERMINED AND CANNOT BE ALTERED 7. GIDDY – DIZZY 8. HEARTEN – TO ENCOURAGE 9. INDUSTRIOUS – SKILLFULLY BUSY OR OCCUPIED 10. KINDLE – TO START A FIRE, TO STIR UP 11. MONOTONY – SAMENESS 12. PIQUE – RESENTMENT, IRRITATION TUESDAY, JANUARY 12TH 1. DRAW A PICTURE SHOWING CALAMITY. 2. DRAW A PICTURE SHOWING SOMETHING THAT IS ENTHRALLING . CLEARLY LABEL EACH PICTURE WITH THE WORD. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13TH 1. Mrs. Van Daan was __________________ according to her, but Anne thought she was acting like a baby. 2. Mrs. Frank began to _________________ the Van Daan family after discovering that Mr. Van Daan was stealing food. 3. Later, Mrs. Frank felt _______________ because the invasion had began and she had acted so terribly. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10 WRITE OUT THE SYNONYMS AND ADD THE VOCABULARY WORDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. fascinating, beguiling, enchanting, ___________________ instable , dizzy, light-headed, ____________________ encourage, uplift, uplift, ________________ Repetitious, tedious, droning, _______________ Resentment, Irritation, resentment, _____________________ FRIDAY, JANUARY 15TH Use at least three vocabulary words in a short story. Include the name of a character and one plot development.