Personal Dictionary Project (PDP) One of your assignments will be to keep track of your own new vocabulary. As you read, keep track of new words; you will compile this list, adding new words every week. The words may come from your textbook, newspaper or magazine articles, or your outside reading book, but you must cite their location. The requirement is 50 words—each entry is worth two points, for a total of 100. The following is an example of what your entries must look like. If you do not follow directions, you will lose points. placid (plas’ id) adj. calm (Original sentence) “Crying, whistling, calling, they skimmed the placid sea and left the shore.” (Source) “The Birds.” DuMaurier, Daphne. Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes: Gold Level: 51. (synonyms; antonyms) mild, tranquil; choppy, rough (your own sentence) Your sentences will be written in class on the day they are due. I will collect PDPs February 13 and April 25. Extra credit entries (15) will be accepted March 21.