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1Learning ObjectiveToday, we will interpret words with multiple meanings.multiple means more than one.Interpret means to figure outCFU: What are we going to do today?(draw three sticks randomly and call names)What are we going to interpret today?(Pair share)
2Activate (or provide) Prior Knowledge Activate Prior Knowledge:Read the following two sentences aloud.A key on the piano is stuck.I lost my key to the front door.CFU“On your whiteboard:Write the word you see in both sentences.Which sentence means: a key on an instrument 1 or 2?Which sentence means something that opens a door?You already know that some words can have the same spelling but different meanings. Today, we will call these words multiple meaning words and interpret what they mean.”
3Concept Development Concept “Multiple meaning words are words that share the same spelling, but have different meaning. You can use the sentence context to interpret the meaning of the word.”Context means the other words in the sentence.Example:A fallen log blocked the entrance.The captain kept a log of his adventures.To make a pot, you let the soft clay dry overnight until it is hard.It is hard to ride a bike up a hill.Non-example:My mom bought a dress on sale.The sail on the boat was filled with air.CFU: What are multiple meaning words? What do multiple meaning words share? How can you find the difference between their meanings in the sentence? Which is a group of multiple meaning words log/log or sail/sale?
4ImportanceIt is important to interpret the meaning of multiple meaning words so we can understand what we read and hear.“I was reading a book and it said A nail can stick a tire and cause it to go flat. I thought stick meant a long, thin piece of wood. I didn’t understand this and thought that the person who wrote the book was wrong. Then, I remembered that stick is a multiple meaning word and it can also mean to cling to. When I read the sentence again it made sense A nail can stick a tire and cause it to go flat. That sentence makes sense.”CFU: Does anyone else have another reason why it is important? Call on only non volunteers. Why is it important to interpret the meaning of words with multiple meanings? You can give me my reason or your own.
5Skill Development (MAKE SURE EVERY STUDENT HAS A COPY OF THESE STEPS and/or THEY ARE WRITTEN ON THE BOARD! Read a step and model a step. Then, read a step and have students complete the step with the teacher)Read every sentence carefully paying attention to the underlined words.Use the context of the sentences to find the meaning.Rewrite each sentence in your own words or draw a picture.Compare the example to what you wrote or drew.Eliminate wrong answers. Just to be sure, or if you still aren’t sure. This should be your final step before bubbling your answer.
6Guided PracticeStep 1 Read every sentence carefully paying special attention got the underlined word.Step 2 Using the sentence context, write a synonym or draw a picture of the underlined word.Step 3 Compare the example to each synonym or picture to see which word means the same.Step 4 Eliminate the wrong answers. Then circle the right answer.1. In which sentence does the word lying mean the SAME as it is used in the sentence below?"Sure," replied Janet. She was lying on the bench looking like a sleeping lizard.AShe could tell that he was lying about the broken window.BWe are known for never lying.CThe boy was lying on the grass.DThe teacher could always tell when his students were lying.2. In which sentence does the word link mean the SAME as it is used in the sentence below?The tunnel was the only link between the two sides of the city.AOne weak link in the bracelet broke.BA camel is an important link to survival in the desert.CThe bridge is the main link from the island to the mainland.DThe clues link the criminal to the crime.
7ClosureClosure:“Multiple meaning words are words that share the same spelling, but have different meaning. You can use the sentence context to interpret the meaning of the word.”Place the book on the shelf.In which sentence below does the word place mean the same thing as in the sentence above?A. O Meet me at Brian’s place.B. O Which place was the most fun?C. O Andrea held my place in line.D. O Did you place the cup on the desk?What are words with multiple meanings?CFU: call on three non-volunteers.Why is it important to interpret multiple meaning words?
8Independent PracticeUse the steps to answer the practice questions you will receive on your worksheet.Good Job! I believe in you! You can get Advanced!!!
9Independent PracticeStep 1 Read every sentence carefully paying special attention got the underlined word.Step 2 Using the sentence context, write a synonym or draw a picture of the underlined word.Step 3 Compare the example to each synonym or picture to see which word means the same.Step 4 Eliminate the wrong answers. Then circle the right answer.1. In which sentence does the word back mean the SAME thing as in the sentence below?The back of the room is noisy.A We will go back to the lake soon.B Milk is in the back of the store.C Can you back up a little?D Allen hurt his back swimming.2. In which sentence does the word turn mean the SAME thing as in the sentence below?Whose turn is it?A Joey made a left turn.B Turn the television on, please.C Remember to turn the page.D My turn comes after Jane’s.3. In which sentence does the word iron mean the SAME thing as in the sentence below?Did you find the iron pot?A The iron horseshoe is strong.B Lisa needs to iron her dress.C Iron out your differences.O Did you plug in the iron?