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Students will be able to identify and distinguish between the various types of literary irony. 

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Students will be able to define and make texttoself, texttoworld, and texttotext connections while reading. 

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Students will be able to identify instances of dialect and jargon in text and in their own lives. 

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Students will be able to use proper diction by distinguishing between homophones, contractions, possessives, and easily confused words. 

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Use and apply the exponent laws for multiplying and dividing with powers. 

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Write both terminating and repeating decimals as fractions. Write fractions as decimals. 

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Students will be able to define and identify types of plot conflict, including character vs. character, character vs. self, character vs. nature, and character vs. society. 

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Find the volume of a rectangular prism. Solve contextual problems. Find the largest and smallest volume for a piece of luggage. 

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Multiply a mixed number by a mixed number; multiply a whole number by a mixed number. Apply to solve contextual problems. 

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Dividing integers, mixed numbers and fractions by fractions and mixed numbers. Solve word problems involving mixed numbers and fractions. 

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Investigating the interior and exterior angles of polygons. Derive the formula for finding the sum of the interior angles of a polygon. Use this to find the interior angles of a regular polygon. Find the sum of the exterior angles of a polygon. 

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Talk about the summer. 

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Students will be able to define and identify predicate nouns, 

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Find the percent of a number and apply in reallife scenarios. 

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Students will be able to explain the differences between the four primary points of view and identify the point of view in a text. 

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Students will learn about the history of Valentine's Day and play a game with famous couples. 

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