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1 by Ari Open Court 5 th Grade Unit 1 Competition and Cooperation Lesson 5 S.O.R. Losers Neilee Nierenberg- Wilson Elementary

2 S.O.R. Losers Story Vocabulary interviewed record prediction attitude ashamed defeatist Neilee Nierenberg- Wilson Elementary

3 interviewed “ use context clues” The manager from the shoe store interviewed me for the job. I felt embarrassed when the kid from the school newspaper interviewed me. interviewed- asked questions to find out about a person or what they think Neilee Nierenberg- Wilson Elementary

4 record“ use context clues” In gym class the boys wanted to beat the record of more than 100 pull ups in 3 minutes. “No S.O.R team has ever lost all its games in one season. How do you feel about that record?” Asked the interviewer. record- a written account of the number of games the team won and lost during a season Neilee Nierenberg- Wilson Elementary

5 prediction“ use context clues” My prediction will be that I will become a teacher when I grow up. The interviewer wanted a prediction on whether we would win or lose our last game. prediction- what someone thinks will happen in the future. Neilee Nierenberg- Wilson Elementary

6 attitude “ use context clues” The teacher told me that she liked my positive attitude towards school “Your attitude is unusual, you don’t care if you win or lose,” said Ms. Appleton. attitude- how someone acts or behaves to show his or her feelings or thoughts Neilee Nierenberg- Wilson Elementary

7 ashamed “ use context clues” I felt ashamed after I made fun of the way my brother runs. The boys would be ashamed to lose the game in front of the whole school. ashamed- embarrassed, not proved Neilee Nierenberg- Wilson Elementary

8 defeatist “ use context clues” Mr. Tillman thought that Ed was encouraging a defeatist attitude in the school. defeatist- having no confidence to win Neilee Nierenberg- Wilson Elementary

9 S.O.R. Losers Vocabulary Interviewed-asked questions to find out about a person or what a person thinks Record- a written account of the number of games the team won and lost during the season Prediction- what someone thinks will happen in the future Attitude-how someone acts or behaves to show his or her feelings or thoughts Ashamed-embarrassed; not proud of Defeatist- having no confidence to win Neilee Nierenberg-Wilson Elementary

10 S.O.R. Losers- Story Vocabulary a written account of the number of games the team wins or loses what someone thinks will happen in the future having no confidence to win ______asked questions to find out a person and what they think ______embarrassed ; not proud of _____how someone acts or behaves to show their feelings interviewed Record Prediction Attitude Ashamed Defeatist Neilee Nierenberg-Wilson Elementary

11 These words are frequently misspelled loser believe caught through Give a sentence for each Neilee Nierenberg-Wilson Elementary

12 These words have a long e sound but are spelled ea treason leave defeat scream Give examples of other long e words-spelled with ea Neilee Nierenberg-Wilson Elementary

13 These words have the /ch/ sound spelled ch championship cheer chant chair Give other examples- other than at the beginning of the word Neilee Nierenberg-Wilson Elementary

14 These words contain the /u/ sound spelled u support hundred hunger supposed Neilee Nierenberg-Wilson Elementary

15 Read the sentence aloud I believe that I caught you going over the wall. Identify the frequently misspelled words Neilee Nierenberg-Wilson Elementary

16 Read the sentence aloud We will defeat your team before you leave the school. Identify words that contain long e sound spelled ea Neilee Nierenberg-Wilson Elementary

17 Identify the words containing the /ch/ sound spelled ch Read the sentence aloud At the championship, the students cheered and chanted so loudly that is was difficult to hear anything else. Neilee Nierenberg-Wilson Elementary

18 Notice the words in the sentence that contain the /u/ sound spelled u. Read the sentence aloud Cheerleaders are supposed to show support for their team by leading cheers. Neilee Nierenberg-Wilson Elementary


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