Presentation on theme: "THE RIGHT TO VOTE UNIT 3 WEEK 3 UNIT THEME: TURNING POINTS."— Presentation transcript:
THE RIGHT TO VOTE UNIT 3 WEEK 3 UNIT THEME: TURNING POINTS
REPRESENTATIVE This describes a word that means a person chosen to speak for others.
QUALIFY This word means to make or become fit or eligible for a certain kind of work.
POSTPONE This word means to delay something. Two synonyms are suspend or reschedule.
LEGISLATURE This word describes a group of people elected to make or change laws.
SATISFACTORY This word means something is good enough but not outstanding. Two synonyms are acceptable and adequate.
ATTORNEY This word describes a person who acts for another person in legal matters. Two synonyms are advocate and lawyer.
COLONEL This word means a rank of military officer.
SUBMIT This word means to give in to someone’s power. Some synonyms are yield, succumb, or surrender.
We can infer about… * character’s feelings & beliefs * character’s trait * character’s motivation * relationships * setting * theme * cause and effect * unknown words * events * author’s purpose * author’s perspective * author’s attitude & bias Making Inferences Using EVIDENCE from the text to develop new ideas which give us a deeper understanding of the text. RI.5.1 Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text. RL 5.1 Cite textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text. (Secondary Standard)
I can quote accurate information from the text to support a variety of inferences and conclusions. Making Inferences 5 th Grade