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Word Pieces – Week One Preview What word best describes your personality if you: Are interested solely in your own welfare? Constantly talk about yourself? Dedicate your life to helping others? Turn your mind inward? Turn your mind outward? Hate humanity? Hate women? Lead a lonely, austere existence? Mon.
Word Pieces for Week One How to Talk about Personality Types Prefix, Root, Suffix 1.Ego 2.Alter 3.Intro- 4.Extro- 5.Verto 6.Ambi- 7.Misein 8.Anthropos 9.Gyne 10.Gamos 11.Asketes 12.Centrum Meaning 1.self, I 2.Other 3.Inside 4.Outside 5.Turn 6.Both 7.Hate 8.Humankind 9.Woman 10.Marriage 11.Monk 12.Center Mon.
Word Pieces for Week One How to Talk about Personality Types Prefix, Root, Suffix 13.Mania 14.Dexter 15.Sinister 16.Gauche 17.Droit 18.Monos 19.Bi- 20.Polys 21.Andros 22.-ist 23.-y 24.-ous 25.-ity Meaning 13.Madness 14.Right hand 15.Left hand 16.Left hand 17.Right hand 18.One 19.Two 20.Many 21.Male 22.Person who (noun suffix) 23.Practice, custom, etc. (noun suffix) 24.Adjective suffix 25.Quality, condition, etc. (noun suffix) Mon.
1.Egoist – believes in self-advancement 2.Egotist – talks about accomplishments 3.Altruist - is interested in the welfare of others 4.Introvert – turns thoughts inward 5.Extrovert – turns thoughts outward 6.Ambivert – turns thoughts both inward and outward 7.Misanthrope – hates people 8.Misogynist – hates women 9.Misogamist – hates marriage 10.Ascetic - does not pursue pleasures of the flesh Mon.
Bellringer 1.Is an egoist selfish? 2.Is modesty one of the characteristics of the egotist? 3.Is an altruist selfish? 4.Does an introvert pay much attentions to himself? 5.Does an extrovert prefer solitude to companionship? 6.Are most people ambiverts? 7.Does a misanthrope like people? 8.Does a misogynist enjoy the company of a woman? 9.Does an ascetic lead a life of luxury? 10. Does a misogamist try to avoid marriage? 1.YES 2.NO 3.NO 4.YES 5.NO 6.YES 7.NO 8.NO 9.NO 10.YES
Tuesday – Guided Practice 1.Who lives a lonely, austere life? 2.Whose interests are turned outward? 3.Who is supremely selfish? 4.Who hates people? 5.Whose interests are turned both inward and outwards? 6.Who is incredibly conceited? 7.Who is more interested in the welfare of others than in his own? 8.Who hates women? 9.Whose interests are turned inward? 10.Who hates marriage? 1.Ascetic 2.Extrovert 3.Egoist 4.Misanthrope 5.Ambivert 6.Egotist 7.Altruist 8.Misogynist 9.Introvert 10.Misogamist
Practice with Similar Words 1.Ego 2.Egocentric 3.Altruism 4.To alternate 5.To alter 6.altercation a)One who is excessively fixated on her own desires, needs, etc. b)To change c)Argument d)One’s concept of oneself e)To take one, skip one, etc. f)Philosophy of putting another’s welfare above one’s own
More Practice with Similar Words 1.Egomaniacal 2.Altruistic 3.Alternative 4.Alteration 5.Alter ego 6.Alternate (adj.) a)A change b)Other possible c)Interested in the welfare of others d)One’s other self e)A choice f)Morbidly, obsessively wrapped up in oneself
1.Is rejection usually a blow to one’s ego? 2.Are egocentric people easy to get along with? 3.Does an egomaniac have a normal personality? 4.Are egomaniacal tendencies a sign of maturity? 5.Is altruism a characteristic of selfish people? 6.Are altruistic tendencies common to egoists? 7.Is an alternate plan necessarily inferior? 8.Does an alternative allow you some freedom of choice? 9.Does alteration imply keeping things the same? 10.Does excitable people often engage in altercations? 11.Is your alter ego usually quite similar to yourself? 1.YES 2.NO 3.NO 4.NO 5.NO 6.NO 7.NO 8.YES 9.NO 10.YES 11.YES Bellringer - Wednesday
Wednesday – Guided Practice 1.one’s other self 2.To change 3.A heated dispute 4.Excessively, morbidly obsessed with one’s own needs, desires, or ambitions 5.Unselfish; more interested in the welfare of others than in one’s own 6.Utterly involved with oneself; self-centered 7.A choice 8.One who substitutes for another 1.Alter ego 2.Alter 3.Altercation 4.Egomaniacal 5.Altruistic 6.Egocentric 7.Alternative 8.alternate
Various Forms of Words PersonPractice, etc.Adjective 1.Misanthrope or misanthropist 2.Misogynist 3.Gynecologist 4.Monogamist 5.Bigamist 6.Polygamist 7.Polygynist 8.Polyandrist 9.Philanthropist 10.anthropologist 1.Misanthropy 2.Misogyny 3.Gynecology 4.Monogamy 5.Bigamy 6.Polygamy 7.Polygyny 8.Polyandry 9.Philanthropy 10.anthropology 1.Misanthropic 2.Misogynous or misogynistic 3.Gynecological 4.Monogamous 5.Bigamous 6.Polygamous 7.Polygynous 8.Polyandrous 9.Philanthropic 10.Anthropological -ist = person -y = practice, attitude, etc. -ic or –ous = adjective
Wednesday – Guided Practice 1.Ambidextrous 2.Dexterous 3.Sinister 4.Gauche 5.Misanthropic a)evil, threatening b)Hating mankind c)Skillful d)Awkward e)Capable of using both hands with equal skill
1.Anthropology 2.Gynecology 3.Monogamy 4.Bigamy 5.Misogyny a)System of only one marriage b)Hatred of women c)Illegal plurality of marriages d)Study of human development e)Study of female ailments Wednesday – Guided Practice
1.Polygamy 2.Misogamy 3.Asceticism 4.Philanthropy 5.adroitness a)Devotion to a lonely and austere life b)Skill, cleverness c)Custom in which one man has many wives d)Love of mankind e)Hatred of marriage Wednesday – Guided Practice
1.Polygynist 2.Polyandrist 3.Anthropologist 4.Gynecologist 5.Philanthropist a)Student of the development of mankind b)One who engages in charitable works c)Male with a plurality of wives d)Women’s doctor e)Female with a plurality of husbands Wednesday – Guided Practice
Bellringer - Thursday 1.Can ambidextrous people use either the left of right hand equally well? 2.Should a surgeon be manually dexterous? 3.Is a sinister-looking person frightening? 4.Is gaucherie a social asset? 5.Is an adroit speaker likely to be a successful lawyer? 6.Is a student of anthropology interested in primitive tribes? 7.Does a gynecologist have more male than female patients? 8.Is monogamy the custom in Western countries? 9.Is a misogamist likely to show tendencies toward polygamy? 10.Is a bigamist breaking the law? 11.Is a philanthropist generally altruistic? 12.Does a misanthropist enjoy human relationships? 13.Does a misogynist enjoy female companionships? 14.Are unmarried people necessarily misogamous? 15.Are bachelors necessarily misogynous? 16.Is asceticism compatible with luxurious living and the pursuit of pleasure? 17.Does a polyandrist have more than one husband? 1.YES 2.YES 3.YES 4.NO 5.YES 6.YES 7.NO 8.YES 9.NO 10.YES 11.YES 12.NO 13.NO 14.NO 15.NO 16.NO 17.YES
Thursday – Quiz Review 1.Philosophy of living austerely 2.Hatred of women 3.Hatred of marriage 4.Hatred of humankind 5.Skillful 6.Awkward 7.Evil, threatening 8.Describing hatred of women 9.Skill 10.Pertaining to hatred of marriage 11.Pertaining to hatred of mankind 12.Social custom of plural marriage 13.Unlawful state of having more than one spouse 14.Doctor specializing in female disorders 15.Custom of one marriage at a time 16.One who hates the human race 17.Able to use both hands with equal skill 18.Study of humankind 19.One who loves humankind 20.Skill in the use of both hands 1.Asceticism 2.Misogyny 3.Misogamy 4.Misanthropy 5.Dexterous 6.Gauche 7.Sinister 8.Misogynous or misogynistic 9.Adroitness 10.Misogamous 11.Mistanthrophic 12.Polygamy/polyandry/polygyny 13.Bigamy 14.Gynecologist 15.Monogamy 16.Misanthropist/misanthrope 17.Ambidextrous 18.anthropolology 19.Philanthropist 20.ambidexterity
Teacher Planning Mon: teacher gives roots and meaning, students come up with words they know, teacher goes over slide 1, slides 4-5 Tues: BR slide 6, whole class slides 7-9 Wed: BR slide 11, whole class slides 11-16 Thurs: BR slide 17, whole class slide 18, Fri: quiz