I information A cavities L sees ones S ones Watt I Like ABA u En h h to Gillis Watt I Hate ABA u En h o t Gillis I did mom Boar DSL vocabulary ar y Im oppressions A bout The Subject A ND Everything M o SST m me or able A cavities P satirical s Suggestions R commendations Pop Ill RTF in Eng h Sea t works Ex. ms Ass segments Quo sizes s trend And Weakness sees the S Reflection teacher Reflection TOSS object Per s Anal Pr fool lee SST Grading out put Roles in Life Paraphrasing Conjunctions 7 ages of m Text Types The Day of destiny Figure of Speech Beowulf and Greened M h Pos at Why do we need math?Because it puts us on a narrow path. To most, Math Just causes you stress, But that’s not the case. Its a workers base, Math is in every place. Math doesn’t have a realistic face, But when it is used, It leaves a remarkable trace! M h art M h So g The Mystery Number If you don’t know all the numbers When you write an expression, A letter can stand for the missing information. The variable-it’s the mystery number.
Nine dogs in the waiting room at the vet’s. You know some information: (Nine! ) But in through the door come some cats. (Meow! ) How many cats? That’s the variable-c for cats.
So how can you write the number of pets In the waiting room now? It’s nine plus c, Because you don’t know the value of CHOW many cats? Chorus c is the unknown, unknown; It’s the missing information, the variable. It’s the mystery number. If you don’t know all the numbers information variable! It’s the variable! But if you know the values of the other numbers, You can find the value of the variable. Use a letter to stand for it in your equation, And then do the math to find the Dry. Bogs has eighteen treats. (Sit, Rover! ) He gives the treats to some dogs.
(Woof! ) Each dog gets two treats, with none leftYou know some information: Eighteen treats, two treats each. But how many dogs? That’s the variable, d for dogs. You can do the math and it works out fine. 18 divided by 2 equals d, So how many dogs get treats? (Nine.
) d is the unknown, unknown; When you write an equation, information variable! It’s the unknown, unknown, The variable! Mystery number. It’s the variable! Conjunctions (Fireworks) Do you ever feel Like your so confused You’ve got two separate thoughts And don’t know what to do And these separate thoughts You hope you can combine If they were put together Then they would sound Just rightThat your words need to link There has to be some way So Just step back relax and think Do you know that there’s A way to do all this Its not hard to do You Just goat apply your mind And things will be fine Just find a way to make things combine Conjunctions will connect your words You don’t have to be a nerd To know words like so, but and for You could even use and yet and or Now you’ve got some words Or a phrase or two You want hook them up Conjunctions will help you Just choose the right connector Like and, but or nor Show your sentences What you have in store He wasn’t ready yetBut he thought he was The conjunction in that sentence Would be but because It takes two clauses and Puts them together so Choose choose choose The right conjunction you should use use use So tell me watch waiting for “It’s My Life”- Bon Jove This anti a song for the broken-hearted No silent prayer for the faith-departed I anti goanna be Just a face in the crowd You’re goanna hear my voice When I shout it out loud [Chorus:] It’s my life It’s now or never I anti goanna live forever I Just want to live while I’m alive (It’s my life) My heart is like an open highway Like Frankie said I did it my wayI Just want live while I’m alive This is for the ones who stood their ground For Tommy and Gina who never backed down Tomorrow’s getting harder make no mistake Luck anti even lucky Got to make your own breaks And it’s now or never ‘Cause it’s my life Better stand tall when they’re calling you out Don’t bend, don’t break, baby, don’t back ‘Cause I anti goanna live forever ‘Cause it’s my life! Blowing in the Wind – Bob Dylan How many roads must a man walk down Before you call him a man? Yes, ‘n’ how many seas must a white dove sail Before she sleeps in the sand?Yes, ‘n’ how many times must the cannon alls fly Before they’re forever banned? The answer, my friend, is blowing’ in the wind The answer is blowing’ in the wind How many years can a mountain exist Before it’s washed to the sea? Yes, ‘n’ how many years can some people exist Before they’re allowed to be free? Head Pretending he Just doesn’t see? How many times must a man look up Before he can see the sky? Yes, ‘n’ how many ears must one man have Before he can hear people cry? Yes, ‘n’ how many deaths will it take till he knows That too many people have died? Even though it sometimes makes you swell up in wrath.