Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Elias Sifuentes, Restaurateur Open Court - Unit 2- Dollars and Sense - Lesson 3 Vocabulary benefits benefits frustrated frustrated customers customers.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Elias Sifuentes, Restaurateur Open Court - Unit 2- Dollars and Sense - Lesson 3 Vocabulary benefits benefits frustrated frustrated customers customers."— Presentation transcript:

1

2 Elias Sifuentes, Restaurateur Open Court - Unit 2- Dollars and Sense - Lesson 3 Vocabulary benefits benefits frustrated frustrated customers customers traffic traffic supervising supervising melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary

3 benefits I like the benefits. Peggy receives job benefits that include health insurance and three weeks of vacation. melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary benefits - something besides money that a worker gets for doing a job (n)

4 frustrated My partner was kind of frustrated. Adam is becoming frustrated with his homework because he has no one to help him. melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary frustrated - feeling like you can’t do anything about something

5 customers When we expanded the place, we got more customers more business. The customers waited outside the store until it opened for the huge sale. melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary customers - people who buy something customers - people who buy something

6 traffic We saw more traffic and we started putting money in our pockets. Store owners keep track of traffic that comes into their stores during the month of December. melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary traffic - the people who come in and buy something from a business

7 supervising I learned about supervising, expenses, administration. Tom will be supervising the swimmers at the beach today? melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary supervising - watching over or directing someone as they do something

8 Vocabulary Review benefits - something besides money that a worker gets for doing a job (n) frustrated - feeling like you can’t do anything about something customers - people who buy something traffic - the people who come in and buy something from a business supervising - watching over or directing someone as they do something melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary

9 Voc. Quiz _______- something besides money that a worker gets for doing a job (n) _______- feeling like you can’t do anything about something _______- people who buy something _____- the people who come in and buy something from a business _______- watching over or directing someone as they do something benefits frustrated customers trafficsupervising melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary

10 Elias Sifuentes, Restaurateur Open Court Unit 2- Dollars and Sense Word Knowledge The following words are Antonyms or Opposites rude………………friendlyfrustrated…….satisfiedpurchase………selltogether……….apartnobody…………everybody short tall melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary

11 Elias Sifuentes, Restaurateur Word Knowledge The following words have the /ng/ sound with a short vowel before it.. Englishwronghungrymorningstring melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary

12 Word Knowledge When you add the prefixes dis-, im-. and un- to a root word you make the antonym for that word properly……….improperlyprove……….disproveacceptable……….unacceptable fortunate……….unfortunate fortunate……….unfortunate tidy……….untidy tidy……….untidy melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary

13 Word Knowledge These words from the story contain the /er/ sound spelled or, or er. operatorsailorshowerpartnercustomer melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary

14 These words from the story contain the /er/ sound spelled or, or er. A telephone operator connected the caller. melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary

15 Working there frustrated me. Past Tense Change the verb to present tense. Working there __________ me. Working there frustrates me. Identify the verb tense. Past tense, present tense, or future tense melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary

16 John complained that his food was unacceptable. Past Tense Change the verb to present tense. John __________ that his food was unacceptable. John complains that his food was unacceptable. Identify the verb tense: Past tense, present tense, or future tense melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary

17 I knew very little spoken English. English I used to work for General Electric. General Electric In Mexico, I took a year of business administration in college. Mexico Identify the Proper Noun melissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.usmelissa.lape@wsd.k12.az.us Wilson Elementary


Download ppt "Elias Sifuentes, Restaurateur Open Court - Unit 2- Dollars and Sense - Lesson 3 Vocabulary benefits benefits frustrated frustrated customers customers."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google