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daily 08/21/2017

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    • (1)  Reading/Fluency. Students read grade-level   text with fluency and comprehension. Students are expected to adjust fluency   when reading aloud grade-level text based on the reading purpose and the nature   of the tex
    • use context (e.g., cause and effect or compare   and contrast organizational text structures) to determine or clarify the meaning   of unfamiliar or multiple meaning words;
    • (C)  complete analogies that describe part to   whole or whole to part (e.g., ink:pen as page: ____ or pen:ink as book: _____);
    • conclusions about theme   and genre in different cultural, historical, and contemporary contexts and provide   evidence from the text to support their understanding.
    • A)  infer the implicit theme of a work of fiction,   distinguishing theme from the topic;
    • stylistic elements   (e.g
    • Writing/Writing Process. Students use elements   of the writing process (planning, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing)   to compose text. Students are expected to:
    • organizational strategy (e.g., sequence of events, cause-effect, compare-contrast)   and building on ideas to create a focused, organized, and coherent piece of   writing;
    • 110.20. English Language   Arts and Reading, Grade 8, Beginning with School Year 2009-2010.

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daily 08/19/2017

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daily 08/18/2017

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daily 08/17/2017

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    • Ipsen is General Manager and Senior Vice President for the Oracle Marketing Cloud. She is responsible for leading all customer-facing aspects at Oracle Marketing Cloud including sales, account management, marketing, and customer support and services.
    • Ipsen currently sits on the Board of Directors of Monsanto since December 2010.[
    • They fall into the party’s trap, and as soon as Jon slices open the white walker, all the wights but one immediately crumble into dust. Who knows why this happens, but it is convenient for our band of heroes, who are out to capture one wight.
    • Somehow, Jon and his buddies have survived (Thoros of Myr excepted) on a barren rock in a frozen lake surrounded by an army of thousands of ice zombies long enough for a raven to get from Eastwatch to Dragonstone and for Dany to ride north with all three dragons. Worrying about space and time is pretty much a lost pursuit at this point in the season.
    • Dany melts a ton of zombies and things appear to be working out until the Night King grabs a javelin and hurls that fucker into one of the minor dragons, sending it crashing into the ice. Big Crossbow may not have been enough to stop a dragon, but the Night King just Randy Johnsons that fucker right out of the sky. It’s hard to watch as its eyes close and it slips into the lake, dead as bricks.
    • He makes it back to Eastwatch, and somehow no major characters died in that ludicrous battle.

    • Arya, now a swaggering uber-assassin, is scary as shit as she threatens to skin Sansa and forces her to play the game of faces before leaving her with a wink and the dagger.
    • Jon, whose scars are now exposed, tells Dany that he wants to bend the knee and the viewer is made to believe that they’re about to bone.

      They do not bone.

    • Instead, the episode ends with the Night King’s army corps of engineers dragging the dead dragon (pretty sure it’s Viserion) out of the lake.
    • we got a dang frost dragon on our hands, folks.
    • That is, until this year, when his security clearance was revoked.
    • For the past five years, he also worked in a day job as a civilian analyst for the Office of Naval Intelligence — until early last spring, when he lost his clearance to work with sensitive compartmented information.
    • Posobiec says that he deployed as an ONI civilian multiple times, a claim backed up by former colleagues — though, he adds, “I can’t comment on those” deployments.
    • However, analysts say much of that rapid reception was propelled by bot accounts, not real people, many of them aligned with Russia and with Wikileaks.

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daily 08/16/2017

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    • The genocidal impact of the Holocaust (the mass murder of approximately six million Jews during World War II) devastated the Ashkenazim and their culture, affecting almost every Jewish family.[28][29] It is estimated that in the 11th century Ashkenazi Jews composed only three percent of the world’s total Jewish population, while at their peak in 1931 they accounted for 92 percent of the world’s Jews. Immediately prior to the Holocaust, the number of Jews in the world stood at approximately 16.7 million.[30] Statistical figures vary for the contemporary demography of Ashkenazi Jews, oscillating between 10 million[1] and 11.2 million.[2] Sergio DellaPergola in a rough calculation of Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews, implies that Ashkenazi Jews make up less than 74% of Jews worldwide.[31] Other estimates place Ashkenazi Jews as making up about 75% of Jews worldwide.[32]
    • “Blood and soil!”, a direct translation of the Nazi slogan “blut und boden,”
    • Ashkenazi Jews in America do have white privilege.
    • Even as early as 1233, anti-Semitic drawings depicted the usurious Jew, using many of the same themes one might find in a quick Google search.
    • Anti-Semitism and Jewish privilege are, and have long been, two sides of the same coin. Even now, I feel it keenly.
    • The reasons are various; a big one, though, is that many American Jews’ families have been established here for a century or more and, over that time, Ashkenazi Jews were able to assimilate into the broader culture and “become white.”
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    • Stories of discovery and exploration take place in unforgiving environments, places where anyone can become a new person.
    • It took decades before the genre began wrestling with the question of how, exactly, the West became “empty.”
    • the colonizing frontiersmen (the Night’s Watch and the entire feudal system that supports it) and the indigenous peoples (the wildlings, or the Free Folk, depending on who you ask)
    • as if Custer and the Lakota had to team up against an army of zombies spilling out of Canada.

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    • it’s impossible to watch “Eastwatch” and not see the Western influence in Sandor Clegane’s clothes, in Beric Dondarrion’s words, in the image of (magnificent) seven men stepping beyond the border
    • The System may not embody the values it pretends to, individuals still can, and Game of Thrones find a stubborn hope in that idea of self-reinvention the same way many Westerns do.
    • Jamie, perhaps the cockiest gun in Westeros, faced down Daenerys’s flying apocalypse machine last episode and emerged broken and robbed of his will to keep fighting.
    • Davos is the rueful old cowboy to Gendry’s eager young gunslinger, reluctant to get the kid involved while also recognizing that he saved the kid for exactly the purpose of getting him involved.
    • Davos rose from the bottom to the top, a nobody from Flea Bottom who became Hand of the King out of merit and loyalty.
    • Davos never forgot where he came from, which has inspired the best decisions in terms he’s made with his unexpected political power.
    • By now, there’s no sound dramatic reason for Petyr Baelish to still be around; it seems increasingly likely that he’s going to be dead at this point in the books,
    • a smuggler, then a knight, then a Hand, now a smuggler again;
    • makes his best contribution by letting Orlando run things the way they need to be run. That’s left the former Wisconsin linebacker under Barry Alvarez and long-time collegiate defensive coordinator to take talented pieces and turn them into a productive outfit.
    • John Bonney and Josh Thompson
    • Eric Cuffee and Donovan Duvernay
    • Kobe Boyce appears destined for a redshirt year.
    • Kris Boyd or Holton Hil
    • Davante Davis
    • Chris Daniels
    • Poona Ford
    • Chris Nelson
    • Charles Omenihu and Taquon Graham
    • Malcolm Roach
    • Jamari Chisholm and Gerald Wilbon
    • D’Andre Christmas
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    • Anthony Wheeler (Mack) and Naashon Hughes
    • Malik Jefferson
    • Breckyn Hager and Jeffrey McCulloch
    • Gary Johnson
    • DeShon Elliott
    • Brandon Jones
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daily 08/15/2017

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daily 08/14/2017

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    • Does Sam own Horn Hill now?
    • Yes, it’s true that when he joined the Night’s Watch, Sam took a vow saying he would take no wife and hold no lands and father no children.
    • The show doesn’t really get into this relationship, but Jorah and Thoros fought together years ago during Balon Greyjoy’s rebellion. Together they invaded Pyke, with Thoros charging first into battle with his flaming sword and Jorah following right behind him.
    • Thoros raised Beric from the dead immediately afterward, and then Beric freed the Hound.
    • It’s speculated that Jeor joined in lieu of Jorah after Jorah was caught slaving and fled to the Free Cities.

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