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Spelling Skill Sound/Spellings: 1. or, oar, and ore spell /or/ 2. are and air spell /ar/ 3. ar spells /ar/ 4. ar and oor spell /or/ (the ar spelling after consonants w and qu changes the sound of the vowels from /ar/ to /or/)
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Teacher Read Aloud: Just One of the Guys by Donna Gamache Building Background: 1. How is the game of ice hockey played? 2. How would you feel being on a team where you are the only girl or the only boy?
Comprehension Skill Story Structure The elements of a story are: the characters the setting the events that make up the plot, including the storys problem and solution
Setting a Purpose: Keep track of the story structure as you listen. 1. Who are the characters in this story? 2. What is the setting of the story? 3. What is the main problem of the story? 4. How is the problem resolved?
Genre: Realistic Fiction seems like real life characters deal with real life problems situations are true or could be true
Vocabulary Fluency How Fast Can You Read the Words? adventure dismayed terrified cautious concentrate frightened discomfort immobile stamina unsure excitementpitches
adventure an unusual or exciting experience Then he thought of Gordon and how this wasnt the time for adventure. Synonyms journey escapade
cautious careful Synonyms watchful guarded, Maybe there were times it paid to be cautious. Maybe there were places that only fools would tread.
concentrate give ones full attention to Synonyms ponder deliberate Doug pushed the thought out of his mind. Dont! he told himself as he set off again. Concentrate on the rocks.
discomfort feeling of uneasiness Doug didnt know why, but he felt a vague sense of discomfort, like some unpleasant memory tapping at the side of his head. Synonym distress anxiety
dismayed troubled, distressed He was dismayed that he was thirsty again. Synonyms saddened disappointed
excitement a state of activity or agitation He would have set out that morning with a feeling of excitement. Synonyms thrill exhilaration
made afraid frightened Synonym alarmed terrified At times it seemed to be the climb that frightened him most; other times it was worry about his brother.
unable to move immobile Immobile, Doug swallowed and tried to get a grip on his fear. Synonym stationary inert
stamina Synonym endurance resilience the power to resist fatigue He had strength, stamina.
frightened terrified If ever the fear that terrified him in high places convinced him to simply fling himself over the edge and get it over with, the boulders would be there to say no. Synonym petrified horrified
not certain unsure Synonym hesitant uncertain Hold your horses, he said, unsure of whether he wanted her with him or not.
steep slopes pitches What path there was led over scattered pitches of bedrock, across ramps of boggy tundra, then climbed some more, becoming a narrow, zigzagging passageway.
cautiousconcentratediscomfort dismayed excitementfrightenedimmobile unsurepitches A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words! adventure stamina terrified
Free Association For example: The word is school: 1.learning 2.science 3.pencils 4.reading 5.math 6.teachers 7.P.E. 8.education And on, and on, and on 1. pitches 2. stamina 3. adventure 6. discomfort 5. unsure 7. concentrate 4. frightened 8. cautious 9. excitement 10. dismayed 11. terrified 12. dismayed When I say a word, you write down any words you can think of that remind you of that word.
Vocabulary Classifying Place the following words in categories cautious discomfort excitement immobile stamina unsure pitches terrified frightened dismayed concentrate adventure Decide the names of the categories. Determine how many categories. Determine which words go in which categories. After classifying the words, write a paragraph explaining each of the categories and why certain words go in a particular category.
Synonym Search Match the vocabulary words on the left to the correct synonyms on the right. Some vocabulary words have more than one synonym. Ready, set, go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! cautious stamina discomfort unsure immobile adventure a. petrifiedf. guardedk. alarmed b. anxietyg. endurancel. deliberate c. journeyh. thrillm. inert d. stationaryi. pondern. escapade e. uncertainj. saddenedo. hesitant dismayed excitement concentrate frightened terrified
Can You Find the Context Clues ? 1.You could sense the _______________in the crowd as the game became tied. 2.The child was ___________________ when the loud thunder began. 3. Meteorologists were warning residents to be _______________ when driving in the heavy rain. 4. We were impressed with the athletes _____________ in the marathon. 5. The _______________ in the mountain made it very difficult for climbing. 6. We were packed and ready for our ________________ camping in the woods. 7. Her father was feeling a great deal of ________________ as he took her driving for the first time. 8. The guide told us it was very important to ________________ on where we were stepping as we climbed the mountain. 9. My body became _________________ when I came face to face with the bear. 10. He was ________________ if he wanted to ride the roller coaster but decided to be brave and courageous. 11. You could tell the people in the haunted house were ________________ from the screams heard outside. 12. The fan was _____________________ to learn his favorite team lost the Super Bowl. cautious discomfort excitement immobile stamina unsure pitches terrified frightened dismayed concentrate adventure slopes
Word Association Challenge 1. Which word goes with crossing the street? Why? 2. Which word goes with skiing? Why? 3. Which word goes with making a tough decision? Why? 4. Which word goes with going on a field trip? Why? 5. Which word goes with running a marathon? Why? 6. Which word goes with being in a hurricane? Why? cautious discomfort excitement immobile stamina unsure pitches terrified frightened dismayed concentrate adventure slopes
Tell Me What You Know 1. Make a list of things that may frighten you. 2. Describe an adventure you have been on. 3. How are discomfort and dismayed similar? 4. What are things you do to help you concentrate? 5. List words you may say to show a feeling of excitement?