Lessons for Slang

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  • Slang Ain't the Thang! - … plain copy. 5. If necessary, prepare examples of the vocabulary slang, formal, informal, repetition, alliteration, metaphor, imagery, analogy, compare and contrast … . 4. Write the following words on the board or chart: slang, formal, informal, repetition, alliteration, metaphor, imagery, analogy, compare and contrast … file) to point out examples of repetition, analogy, informal language, slang or dialect, etc. Make the point that her speech was …
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  • Uniforms vs. Fashion: Want to Take a Side? - … a transparency to record some student examples of clichs and slang when you remind students they are inappropriate. 11. Have some … facts, anecdote, description, questions, quotes). Previous lessons have covered cliches, slang, and complete sentences. 1. Have on display a poster of … position. 7. Review other criteria on checklist (no clichs, no slang, and complete sentences). 8. Suggest students use at least five …
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  • African American English - … syntactical structure, and may incorporate slang vocabulary but is much more than simply the use of slang. AAE has a grammatical system … language varieties are. They stress that AAE is not simply slang or lazy English. This exercise will be more effective when … engages teens with activities that teach the evolution of teen slang throughout pop culture. Print: Bailey, Guy, Natalie Maynor, and Patricia …
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  • The Big Mo - … , www.cogsci.princeton.edu/cgi-bin/webwn) Big mo (slang): Momentum. Buzz (slang): 1) Excited interest or attention. 2) Rumor; gossip: the latest buzz from Hollywood. A slang term for word-of-mouth advertising. Chain letter: A letter … ) A marvel; a remarkable or outstanding person; a paragon. Swag (slang): 1) Valuable goods. 2) A thief's booty. 3) Free …
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  • States Research Project - … make the writing interesting and lively. * fresh, original expression; if slang is used, it is for a reason and works very … the writing more interesting and lively. * fresh, clear expression; if slang is used, it is for a reason and works well … the writing more interesting and lively. * expression that works; however, slang, if used, does not always seem to match the purpose … are rarely interesting. * expression that seems ordinary and general; any slang is used for a reason and is effective. * words that …
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  • Anatomy & Physiology - Lesson 1 - … for body parts related to sexuality. Acknowledge that there are slang words, but that for this activity we are trying to … Afraid someone will laugh If a student uses a slang word, acknowledge the slang word and then introduce the correct terminology. E … people have questions about masturbation. • Why do we sometimes use slang for body parts related to sexuality? To hide embarrassment • What …
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  • Report on Research/Thesis Statement - … to narrow the topic from “African American English” to “Harlem Slang”). Allow five to seven minutes for this activity. 3. Present … . For example, if their topic is “Harlem Slang,” their message might be, “Harlem Slang has a rich history in literature and cultural … will present some answers to the question of how Harlem slang has influenced music, literature, and other art forms”). After all …
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  • Everyman in Everyday Language - … it is acceptable to use informal language and sprinkles of slang as long as the message is clear to readers. 9 … it is acceptable to use informal language and sprinkles of slang as long as the message is clear to readers. 9 … it is acceptable to use informal language and sprinkles of slang as long as the message is clear to readers. 9 … it is acceptable to use informal language and sprinkles of slang as long as the message is clear to readers.9 …
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  • The Civil War: Up Close and Personal - I Have a Story to Tell - … helps students analyze the Huff diary, introduces them to period slang terms, and provides then with the basic knowledge needed to … . 3. Explain to students that an exceptional diary will include slang, drawings (see the lesson "Look out my Window. What do … , and understanding of the material. Complete entries should also include slang terms and at least one illustration (see the lesson "Look …
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  • Not Just a Man's War: Women in the American Civil War 1861-65 - … be special words the soldiers speak. I also enjoy learning "slang words" or words made up, even though they aren't … sites with Civil War information: SOLDIER'S VOCABULARY MEDICAL VOCABULARY SLANG WORDS 2. Choose 10 words from the above sites. 3 … explain special words used during this war including medicine words, slang or soldier's vocabulary o circle the 10 new Civil …
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