Day 16 AIM: How can I understand what my students are saying?

Do Now: Study the following terms and use each in a unique sentence of your creation. Examples are provided below.

Beastin’: (BEEST-in) verb To act in an unreasonable or generally unfair manner: Five pages of reading? Mista, you mad beasin’!

Grimy: (GRIM-y) adjective A generally distasteful or abhorrent thing: You’re making me sign the late book? But I’m only three minutes late. Miss, that’s mad grimy.

OD: (Oh-D) acronym “Over-doing” A colloquial reference to an act or action that is overtly excessive: (Scenario: Teacher hands out a ten page test booklet. Students glumly look at the booklet and mutter, almost simultaneously): “OD’

Wack: (wak) adjective Something considered uninspired and/or in bad taste: No music, crowded-ass space, and no babies? Damn, that party was wack!

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