Welcome to UnVilleProject - A Place Where You Always Know Where You Are NOT

Welcome to UnVilleProject - A Place Where You Always Know Where You Are NOT
Welcome to UnVilleProject - A Place Where You Always Know Where You Are NOT
Welcome to UnVilleProject - A Place Where You Always Know Where You Are NOT
Welcome to UnVilleProject - A Place Where You Always Know Where You Are NOT
Welcome to UnVilleProject - A Place Where You Always Know Where You Are NOT
Welcome to UnVilleProject - A Place Where You Always Know Where You Are NOT
Welcome to UnVilleProject - A Place Where You Always Know Where You Are NOT
Welcome to UnVilleProject - A Place Where You Always Know Where You Are NOT
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Knowing about prefixes is very useful in understanding and spelling some words - especially long words. Here in “Un-Ville”, knowing what “Un-“ means is the only way that you can Live, Work and Play here. The two (2) common prefixes used in “Un-Ville” are un- and dis-, both meaning not, or the opposite of.

To receive your “Official Un-Ville” Residency Card, you will need to include the elements and requirements listed below in the form of a Survival Guide.

1) Create a Town Summary that should include:
At least three paragraphs with each having at least 4-5 sentences long
Use 3rd Person Point of View, Passive Voice
Be sure to include the town’s unique dialect and in your writing.
Include at least 5 Transitional Words

2) “Interview” and include at least three (3) Statements from Town Residents
Use 1st Person Point of View, Active Voice
Be sure to include correct “conversational dialogue
Include at least 5 Transitional Words

3) Create at least ten (10) Town Laws that has to include at least one (1) “nonsense” word in each Law using a combination of a prefix, suffix and a root word. Bold and underline the “nonsense” word. (example - nonsense word: biocredography, prefix: bio-, root: cred, suffix: -graphy; word meaning: a believable book about someone’s life.
At least five (5) of the Town Laws should include either the prefix “un-“ and/or “dis-“
Include a table for “Un-Ville” Town Potential Residents to correctly decipher the Town Laws (see example below)
Include an “Under Construction” Sentence Structure Bubble Map for at least five (5) of the Town Laws (refer to the Sentence Structure Thinking Map Lesson PowerPoint)

4) Create an “Un-Ville” Town Map and Scavenger Hunt for potential residents to locate the Town Key (can be similar to the “Prepositional Phrase Treasure Hunt” Map and Questions).
Include at least ten (10) town locations and name them
Include a brief description of what can be done at these locations
Include at least ten (10) Scavenger Hunt questions with the last question leading to the Town Key.

5) Create a “Un-Ville” Town Resident Application that has town related questions and the name change that the potential resident would like to change their name to (example: Original Name: Eric Cartman, Official “Un-Ville” Name: Disequic Uncapitable). Application questions should include:
Include three (3) abbreviation type questions
Include three (3) analogy type questions
Include three (3) questions where the applicant will need to correctly revise and edit a sentence
One (1) question type of your choice
Total Pages
4 pages
Answer Key
Included with rubric
Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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