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Sophomore English A

****Assigned 1/22****

Grammar test on the day of your period's final.

Finish Comma Review 1.21.

Study: notes, handouts, worksheets, quizzes, tests.

****Assigned 1/21****

Study grammar for at least 15 min. 

Relax.

 

****Assigned 1/17****

~Finish the grammar handout "Practice for Comma Rules One and Two" (It's a new one, not yesterday's)

I recommend doing four a day (Sat., Sun. and Mon.).

****Assigned 1/16****

~Finish the handout "Practice for Comma Rules #1 & #2". 

****Assigned 1/15****

Spend about fifteen minutes reviewing grammar.

Try exploring the following two sites and find some lessons and practice quizzes to work with.

http://lessons.englishgrammar101.com/EnglishGrammar101/Foreword.aspx

http://www.dailygrammar.com/archive.html#Subject

 

 

****Assigned 1/14****

Spend about fifteen minutes reviewing grammar.

Try exploring the following two sites and find some lessons and practice quizzes to work with.

http://lessons.englishgrammar101.com/EnglishGrammar101/Foreword.aspx

http://www.dailygrammar.com/archive.html#Subject

 

 

****Assigned 1/13****

Spend about fifteen minutes reviewing grammar.

Try exploring the following two sites and find some lessons and practice quizzes to work with. 

http://lessons.englishgrammar101.com/EnglishGrammar101/Foreword.aspx

http://www.dailygrammar.com/archive.html#Subject

****Assigned 1/10****

 

~Type up a 300 (+) word version of your little kid story. (Remember that it should sound like a little kid talking.)

~Submit it to turnitin.com by 11:59 PM, Sunday.

~Bring a print copy to class on Monday.

 

 

 

****Assigned 1/8****

Homework for after your block period:

Finish Grammar Review 1.89 DG by Friday. We'll go over it before the quiz.

Grammar Quiz on Friday:  transitive, intransitive, linking, auxiliary, subject, indirect object, direct object, predicate adjectives, predicate nouns, object of prepositions, prepositional phrase, dependent clause, & independent clauses and passive voice.

I'll post the parameters for the Little Kid Story after Friday's classes, but it will be due at 11:59pm on Sunday.

****Assigned 1/7****

Before your block period finish Grammar Review 1.7 xHeck Yeah!

Grammar Quiz on Friday:  transitive, intransitive, linking, auxiliary, subject, indirect object, direct object, predicate adjectives, predicate nouns, object of prepositions, prepositional phrase, dependent clause, & independent clauses and passive voice.

Remember that you can study with me during SMART periods on Wed. or Thurs.

****Assigned 12/19****

Finish "Grammar Review 12.17xYeeHaw!" 

Remember Friday's grammar quiz.

****Assigned 12/17****

Finish 9-16 on "Grammar Review 12.17xYeeHaw!" following the instructions I gave you in class. 

(Because of the block schedule different periods recieved different instructions.)

Remember Friday's grammar quiz.

 

****Assigned 12/16****

Turnitin appears to be down, so you need a print copy (handwritten okay) of the following assignment by the beginning of class.

In the following sentences, identify: trans, intrans, aux, link, sub, do, io, pa, pn, prep phrases (prep, and op), dependent clauses, and independent clauses.

1. Before lunch, Wendy and Albert made alphabet soup with To Kill a Mockingbird.

 


2. When our favorite singing iguana lost his voice, he fell into a short depression until he discovered hopscotch.

 

 

 

****Assigned 12/13****

In preparation for next week's sustained grammar focus, study grammar in three ten minute chunks this weekend.

Can you label all the various items in these sentences?

Sentence for chunk one:

In the mornings, our waking teachers will always begin their days with a yawn and a stretch.

 

Sentence for chunk two:

We would not be wizards if we didn't have these cool wands. 

 

Sentence for chunck three:

I want to run into that snowdrift and to pretend that I am Frosty. 

 

 

 

 

****Assigned 12/12****

We will finish the film, notes and discussion tomorrow. Take some time this evening to relax. 

****Assigned 12/10****

Congratulations on finishing your Of Mice & Men Test. 

Take some time this evening to relax.

 

****Assigned 12/9****

Test tomorrow. Here's the study guide:

Of Mice & Men Test Study Guide

Format:
1. One prompt: either a comparison of the speech with the novel, or a comparison of "Catching Monkeys" and the novel

2. Thirty minutes

3. Eight sentences maximum per answer

4. Graded according to the “Short Answer Rubric”

5. Be prepared to use three main examples, one of which will be provided with the prompt.


What to Bring:
1. Book to turn in

2. A pen—blue or black ink only, erasable pen okay, correcto tape okay, cross-outs okay.


How to Study
1. Review the “Short Essay Rubric” and the Lord of the Flies sample response. Notice the structure and the different kinds of examples used.

2. Brainstorm various claim statements for each possible prompt.

3. For each claim, brainstorm ways to use the different characters, symbols, scenes and important quotations to help explain your claim. (Commit the most useful scenes and quotations to memory, but don't spend a lot of time doing this. Spending time on good claims and outlines is probably more important.)

4. Make a practice prompt, set a timer for thirty minutes and write a practice response. This will really help you with your pacing, allowing you to figure out how much time you want to use for brainstorming, organizing and editing. (Do this a couple of times?)


During the Test
1. Break the prompt down carefully.

2. Brainstorm different claim statements; make them very specific. Be certain you address each component of the prompt.

3. Diagram or outline answers on the scratch paper, plugging in various examples.

4. Also use the scratch paper to try out phrasings.

5. Avoid writing out an entire answer on the scratch paper and transferring it—usually takes too long.

6. Feel free to use a dictionary and/or a thesaurus—maybe double space to leave room for editing.

7. Pay attention to your pacing.

 

 

****Assigned 12/6****

Of Mice & Men test next Tuesday.

Here's today's homework. Below the assignment is a typed version of "Catching Monkeys".

Make a mini-outline for
each possible prompt.

One for the way that
the speech is reflected
in the novel.

One for the way that
the novel and the story
have similar morals.

Include:
~Claim
~Three example/explanation sets

Submit to turnitin.com by 11:59pm Sunday.


Example:

Claim: Roger represents the kids'
descent into anarchy.

1. He calls for the election,
upholding democratic values

2. He throws stones at, but doesn't hit Henry.
He is no longer democratic, but isn't full savage.

3. He rolls the rock on to Piggy & challenges Jack;
he is now anarchic and savage.

 

Catching Monkeys

Far, far away and a long, long time ago there was a planet. On this planet there were monkeys, golfers, pumpkins and banana trees.

The monkeys were land monkeys, which meant that while they couldn't climb trees, they were extremely fast. But, because they couldn't climb trees, they had to eat pumpkins, though they really wanted the bananas.

Now, you might think that could have just waited for the bananas to fall, but these bananas had a toxicity that built up when they were bruised. The slightest bump could make them deadly, so even if the monkeys tried catch the bananas, they would become poisonous. 

The golfers, on the other hand, could climb trees and pick bananas. They could also eat pumpkins. But what they really wanted to eat were the monkeys. You see, the had lived and played golf on this planet for so many generations that everyone had become equally skilled, and all their tournaments always ended in everybody tying with everyone else. In their frustration they reasoned that whoever managed to eat animal protein, would get the extra energy needed to actually beat everyone else.

Things had been going on like this for centuries, until one day something unusual happened. A group of monkeys had been standing around staring longingly up a banana tree, when a golfer came walking through the forest. The monkeys immediately ran and hid. The golfer, who had just finished tying for the regional championship, was contemplating the eternal stalemate and wondering how he might be the first to catch a monkey, when, out of frustration, he swung his club at a nearby pumpkin, and is club stuck into the top like a ax burying itself into a stump. And, seeing his club sticking into the pumpkin gave him an idea.

Making sure that the monkeys—who he had seen hiding—were watching, he carefully cut a hole in the top of the pumpkin with his nine iron. Then he scooped out the inside as though preparing to carve a jack-o-lantern. With the monkeys curiously watching his every move, he climbed the banana tree and ever so gently, picked a banana, and, exaggerating every movement so that the monkeys could tell exactly what he was doing, he placed the banana inside the pumpkin. Then he made a big show of walking off through the forest, but actually he hid behind a particularly large pumpkin and waited.

The monkeys could barely contain their excitement, knowing that a banana was so close, but they were also very suspicious. They waited, and waited, and waited, until one could bear it no longer. Very cautiously, with the others watching with mixed hope and jealousy, he crept up to the pumpkin, put his hand through the hole and picked the banana up. But the hole in the top of the pumpkin was too small for him to actually take the banana out. No matter which way he turned his hand or adjusted his grip on the banana, it was impossible to remove, and he couldn't squeeze the banana for fear of making it poisonous. The watching monkeys began making soft and panicked hooting noises as he turned his hand this way and that in desperation. Suddenly the golfer appeared and WHAM! with a well-practiced swing of his nine iron,  became the first golfer to taste animal protein, and the first golfer to win a tournament.

****Assigned 12/5****

Spend fifteen minutes studying the grammatical structure of sentences 6-8 on the sample short answer response (five minutes per sentence). There's a 75% chance that you'll have a quiz tomorrow. Think about everything that we've studied so far, verbs--prepositional phrases.

Of Mice & Men test next Tuesday.

****Assigned 12/4****

~Read something of your choice--not for school--for at least sixteen minutes. 

~Of Mice & Men Test next Tuesday: 85% chance. 

 

 

****Assigned 12/3****

Relax.

 

****Assigned 12/2****

~Write down three prepositional phrases you hear or read (not from grammar handouts) between 3pm and 10 pm this evening. 

~Submit them to turnitin.com by 11:59pm tonight.

****Assigned 11/27****


Type a 150(+) word free write
explaining what was one of the
most important sections of
Of Mice & Men for you.
(Explain what and why.)

Do not write about any
of the killings or deaths.
The goal here is to explore things
that are important thematically,
not important for plot reasons.

Submit this to turnitin.com
by 11:59pm Sunday.

Bring a print copy to class.

 

 

 

****Assigned 11/26****

~Relax.

 

****Assigned 11/25****

Read the sixth chapter of Of Mice & Men by Tuesday's class.

Be ready for a quiz. You may use your own handwritten notes if you have them.

 

****Assigned 11/22****

Read the fifth chapter of Of Mice & Men by Monday's class.

Be ready for a quiz. You may use your own handwritten notes if you have them.

 

****Assigned 11/21****

Read the fourth chapter of Of Mice & Men by Friday's class.

Be ready for a quiz. You may use your own handwritten notes if you have them.

 

****Assigned 11/20****

Read the fourth chapter of Of Mice & Men by Friday's class.

Be ready for a quiz. You may use your own handwritten notes if you have them.

 

 

 

****Assigned 11/19****

Read the third chapter of Of Mice & Men by Wednesday's class.

Be ready for a quiz. You may use your own handwritten notes if you have them.

 

 

 

****Assigned 11/18****

Read the third chapter of Of Mice & Men by Wednesday's class

Be ready for a quiz. You may use your own handwritten notes if you have them.

 

****Assigned 11/15****

Read chapter two of Of Mice & Men;
take notes on the important
events, statements and descriptions.

Pay particular attention to hands and
what they symbolize.

Be ready for a quiz on the important
events, statements and descriptions.

If you have your own handwritten
notes you may use them on the quiz.

 

 

 

 

****Assigned 11/14****

Type a 150+ word free write explaining
the ways the ideas in Steinbeck's Nobel
acceptance speech are reflected by the events in the
first chapter of Of Mice & Men.

Submit this to turnitin.com
by 11:59pm on Thursday.

Bring a copy to class Friday.

 

****Assigned 11/12****

~Relax for at least 600 seconds. 

 

****Assigned 11/8****

Congrats on finishing the test today! Take some time to relax this weekend.

 

****Assigned 11/7****

~Test on Friday: trans, intrans, link, aux, sub, do, io,op, pn, pa, active & passive. (See after links.)

                 If you want some grammar practice you could scroll around...

                                ...here: http://lessons.englishgrammar101.com/EnglishGrammar101/Module1/Overview1.aspx

                                ...or Here: http://www.dailygrammar.com/archive.html#Subject

Know how to identify:
~trans
~intrans
~link
~aux
~sub
~do
~io
~op
~pa
~pn
~active
~passive

~Know the reasons for choosing to write in the passive.
~Be able to determine why a sentence is better in passive or active.
~Know and be able to explain why passive can be problematic.
~Be able to recast either way.

Study:
~Notes, and handouts.
~The worksheets.
~The past quizzes.

 

 

****Assigned 11/6****

~Finish "Grammar Rewiew 11.6 PST"

~Test on Friday: trans, intrans, link, aux, sub, do, io,op, pn, pa, active & passive.

                 If you want some grammar practice you could scroll around...

                                ...here: http://lessons.englishgrammar101.com/EnglishGrammar101/Module1/Overview1.aspx

                                ...or Here: http://www.dailygrammar.com/archive.html#Subject

 

 

****Assigned 11/5****

~Test on Friday: trans, intrans, link, aux, sub, do, io,op, pn, pa, active & passive.

~Relax. 

                 If you want some grammar practice you could scroll around...

                                ...here: http://lessons.englishgrammar101.com/EnglishGrammar101/Module1/Overview1.aspx

                                ...or Here: http://www.dailygrammar.com/archive.html#Subject

 

 

****Assigned 11/4****

~Finish "Grammar Review 11.4"

~Test on Wednesday: trans, intrans, link, aux, sub, do, io,op, pn, pa, active & passive.

~You can find links to grammar help on this site's home page: http://www.vashonsd.org/teacherweb/rees

 

****Assigned 11/1****

Relax.

Maybe study for your grammar midterm (which will be this Wed.) if you wish. 

 

****Assigned 10/31****

Enjoy Halloween!

 

Note: Grammar Midterm next Wed, 11/6.

 

****Assigned 10/30****

UPDATE: Grammar Midterm next Wed, 11/6.

****Assigned 10/29****

Relax. Bring printed copies of both of your responses to Of Mice & Men​ to your block period.

****Assignments for Thursday, 10/24 through Monday, 10/28****

Thursday Evening

Relax, if you're done with your essay. If not, see 10/22 for deadline for Free Lates.

Friday's Assignment

In class read the first chapter of Of Mice & Men.

Pay attention to the way
the events develop a conflict
between the themes
of freedom and responsibility.

Write a 150+ word free write
in which you explore how the
conflict of freedom vs. responsibility

At home type and submit this to turnitin by 11:59pm Sunday.

Monday's Assignment

In class read pages 17-29 Of Mice & Men.

Pay attention to the way
the events develop conflicts
between various characters.

Write a 150+ word free write
in which you exploring the various
conflicts developed.
Consider:
~Who are they characters involved?
~What are they in conflict about?
~What themes seem to be at the
center of the conflicts?

At home type and submit this to turnitin by 11:59pm Monday.

****Assigned 10/23****

The final draft of your Persuasive Essay is due to turnitin.com by tomorrow morning at nine.

Remember that you MUST ALSO have a print copy at the beginning of class to make the deadline on time. 

See yesterday's entry for the full list of final requirements.

****Assigned 10/22****

Spend at least thirty minutes revising and editing your essay. Use the Writing Rubric and the other handouts to guide your revision

The final will be due to turnitin.com this Thursday by 9:00am. See next.

Persuasive Essay Final Draft Requirements

1. Write to somebody that you know, persuading them to do something that will affect your daily life.

2. The final draft should be between 1000 and 1500 words. I deduct five percent from the final grade for every one hundred words under the minimum, and two percent for every 100 over the maximum.

3. The final should be double-space and 12 point. Use Times New Roman, Palatino or Garamond. I deduct two percent from the final grade for not double-spacing, and two percent for not following the font requirements.

4. Submit your final to Turnitin.com by 9:00am  on Thursday, 10/24. Essays not submitted to Turnitin.com will not receive credit.

5. A printed copy is due at the beginning of class on Thursday, 10/24.

6. This is a major assignment, so both parts are due by their deadlines, even if you have an excused absence. I deduct twenty percent from the final grade for each day they are late. (See Free Late at #7.)

7. You may use your Free Late if you need to, in which case the final is due to Turnitin.com by 7:45am on Friday, 10/25 and a print copy is due at the beginning of your class also on Friday.

8. The essay will be graded using the four-part Writing Rubric covering the essay's components, ideas, style and conventions.

****Assigned 10/21****

Spend at least thirty minutes revising, expanding, reorganizing the ideas of your essay.

The final will be due to turnitin.com this Thursday by 9:00am. More about this due date tomorrow. 

 

****Assigned 10/18****

Finish the transition assignment. The instructions and an example are on the back of the first page of the transtition handout. 

Remember to submit it by 11:59pm Sunday.

You must have a print copy at the beginning of class to get full credit. 

 

****Assigned 10/17****

UPDATE: The Persuasive Essay will not be due Sunday/Monday. We've got more work to do before they are ready. 

Prepare for Friday's quiz: Study the two handouts "Recognizing Auxiliary verbs and Verb Phrases" & "Grammar Reivew 10.15"

Want more practice with verbs? Follow the link below and click on the quizzes on the left. 

http://lessons.englishgrammar101.com/EnglishGrammar101/Module1/Overview1.aspx

 

****Assigned 10/16****

Brief grammar quiz on Friday. Study the two handouts "Recognizing Auxiliary verbs and Verb Phrases" & "Grammar Reivew 10.15"

Also, there's a 83% chance that the final draft of your persuasive essay will be due this coming Sunday at 11:59pm. Plan your time accordingly.

****Assigned 10/15****

Finish, type and submit your Persuasive Draft Reflection by 11:59 tonight. 

Bring a print copy to your block period.

Remember also to bring your draft (typed, double-spaced, 12 pt.) and your outline to class also.

Study for Friday's brief grammar quiz--trans, intrans, link, aux, sub, io, do, op, pn, pa.

 

****Assigned 10/14****

Copy and paste all the parts of your essay on to a single document (lead, claim, MoP', conclusion) and submit it to turnitin.com by 11:59pm tonight. 

Remember to bring a 12 point, double-spaced print copy to class Tuesday. 

You may want to spend some time tinkering with your draft a bit before you submit and print. Take care of all the issues that you know about already, so your classmates can help you find the issues that you aren't seeing. 

****Assigned 10/10****

Type the conclusion for your essay.

It should be at least 150 words long. 

Submit it to turnitin.com by 11:59pm on Sunday.

Bring a print copy to class on Monday.

****Assigned 10/8****

Type your second method of proof paragraph.

It should be at least 200 words.

Submit it by 11:59pm.

Bring a print copy for interactive notes tomorrow.

 

 

****Assigned 10/7****

Type up the first method of proof paragraph that you wrote in class today.

Make revisions and edits as you see fit.

It should be roughly 200 words.

Submit it by 11:59pm.

Bring a print copy for interactive notes tomorrow.

****Assigned 10/4****

Relax.

****Assigned 10/3****

Finish Grammar Review 10.2-3 and notice that the final sentence (#7) also tells you which other worksheets to review for Friday's quiz.

Here are two sites where you can practice--though both will require you to poke around a bit to pick the skill you want to reinforce.

http://lessons.englishgrammar101.com/EnglishGrammar101/Module1/Overview1.aspx

http://www.dailygrammar.com/archive.html#Subject

 

****Assigned 10/1****

Relax & study for Friday's quiz on identifying transitive and intransitive verbs, linking verbs, subject, direct objects, indirect objects, objects of prepositions, predicate adjectives and predicate nominatives. 

Here are two sites where you can practice--though both will require you to poke around a bit to pick the skill you want to reinforce.

http://lessons.englishgrammar101.com/EnglishGrammar101/Module1/Overview1.aspx

http://www.dailygrammar.com/archive.html#Subject

 

****Assigned 9/30****

Type a 100+ theiss/claim paragraph for your Persuasive Essay.

Submit it to http://www.turnitin.com by 11:59 PM on Monday.

Bring a print copy to class for peer conferencing.

See today's packet for ideas, techniques and examples.

Also...

There is a grammar quiz this Friday, and there will be no study time during our SMART periods, so make an appointment with me if you want to go over the material at lunch Tues-Thurs.

 

****Assigned 9/27****

Type a 150+ lead paragraph for your Persuasive Essay.

Submit it to http://www.turnitin.com by 11:59 PM on Sunday.

Bring a print copy to class for peer conferencing. 

See today's packet for ideas, techniques and examples. 

 

****Assigned 9/25****

Relax.

 

****Assigned 9/24****

On the typed outline for your persuasive essay, label two concessions and two rebuttals in the right margin. For each label, provide a sentence explaining the concession and the rebuttal.

In the left margin, label one spot where ethos is a focus, a spot where logos is the focus and a spot where pathos is the focus. Provide a sentence of explanation for each.

See the handout for the instructions and a detail example. 

****Assigned 9/23****

If you are caught up, relax.

If you need to catch up, do so.

 

****Assigned 9/20****

A Working Outline

Make a working outline for your persuasive essay.
Include:
a. your thesis;
b. at least three methods of proof;
c. at least three pieces of evidence for each method of proof.

Submit this to http://www.turnitin.com by 11:59 pm

Sunday, and have a print copy at the

beginning of class.

****Assigned 9/19****

 

Planning Your Essay: Brainstorming for Appeals

Remember to refer to the web diagrams for the
appeals as you do this assignment.

1. Pathos—The Emotional Appeal
Type a fifty word free write exploring how you will appeal
to your reader's emotions.
~Which emotions will you be appealing to? How?
~What images will you construct in their mind?
~In what ways will you get them to empathize with you?

2. Logos—The Logical Appeal
Type a fifty word free write exploring how you will use
logic to persuade your reader.
~What cause and effect relationships will you show?
~What convincing pieces of evidence will you use?
~What facts and statistics will you provide?

3. Ethos—The Appeal to Credibility
Type a fifty word free write exploring how you will prove
yourself to be a credible, trustworthy person.
~In what ways will you build your credibility?
~How have past events shown you to be a trustworthy person?
~How will you address past things that have undermined your credibility?

Submit this to http://www.turnitin.com by 11:59 pm
Thursday
, and have a print copy at the
beginning of class.

 

 

 

****Assigned 9/17****

Chill.

****Assigned 9/16****

~Study for tomorrow's grammar quiz.

~Know the questions to ask, in  order, and why they are asked.

~Be able to apply the questions to identify transitive and intransitive verbs, subjects, direct objects, indirect objects and objects of prepositions.

~Remember that the sentences will either come directly from the homework sheet due last Friday (corrected in class today) or be modeled from them.

~There will also probably be a group sentence from today's class. 

 

****Assigned 9/13****

Note: The grammar quiz (see 9/12 below) has been moved to Tuesday.

Planning Your Essay Strategy


1. Type at least fifty words exploring
which parts of the issue you can concede
to your audience. Head this section
“Concessions”.

2. Type at least fifty words exploring
which parts of their point of view you
will need to refute. Head this section
“Refutations”.

3. Type at least fifty words exploring
the benefits your audience will receive
by honoring your request. Head this
section “For Them”.


Submit this to http://www.turnitin.com by 11:59 pm
Sunday, and have a print copy at the
beginning of class.

****Assigned 9/12****

Finish the handout "Identifying Verbs, Subject, Direct Objects & Indirect Objects" by class on Friday. Remember that there are two sides. 

On Monday will have our first grammar quiz. Some of the sentences will come directly off of the above handout. 

 

****Assigned 9/11****

Make two web digrams for your persuasive essay.

1. What reasons support your persuasive argument? Why should it happen?

2. What reasons oppose your persuasive argument? Why might your audience think it should not happen?

Each should have at least four MOP bubbles and 17 evidence bubbles. See today's handouts for samples.

 

****Assigned 9/10****

Type up four brand new sentences, modeled on 1-4 (second half of the page) on today's handout & starring your character.

Number them 1-4.

Submit them to turnitin.com by 11:59 tonight.

Be certain to model them exactly on the ones on the handout, but to use different words.

Bring a typed or handwritten copy to class tomorrow. 

 

 

****Assigned 9/9****

Pick a topic for your essay.

Consider:

~Do you want it?

~Do you have a chance at getting it?

~Does it merit four weeks of planning and 1,000 words of writing?

 

****Assigned 9/6****

Relax and enjoy your weekend. 

****Assigned 9/5****

~Pick a topic for a practice persuasive essay.
(You will have the opportunity to change topics later if you wish.)
~Type a 300 word draft.
~Don't worry too much about spelling, punctuation, etc.
This is mostly about getting ideas down and practicing persuasion.
~Submit your 300 word draft to http://www.turnitin.com by 11:59 tonight.
~Bring a print copy to class tomorrow.

 

 

****Assigned 9/4****

~Think about possible topics for your persuasive essay.

 

****Assigned 9/3****

~Relax for thirty minutes this evening. 

 

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