8embarrassedSentence: I could tell my friend was embarrassed when he was called to the front of the classroom to read his story because his face got red.Definition: self-conscious and ill at ease
9embarrassedExample: When mom gives you a hug and kiss in front of your friends you might be embarrassed.Non example: If you enjoy talking in front of the class you would not be embarrassed if you had to.
10forty-five recordSentence: My grandparents talk about how they listened to forty- fives, and drove their parents crazy with the music.Definition: a small record with one musical selection on each side
11forty-five recordExample:Non example: a tape, CD, or DVD
12limelightSentence: Since Barack Obama became president he has been in the limelight.Definition: focus of public attention
13limelightExample: Miley Cyrus turned off her Twitter page, so she is in the limelightNon example: Your mom is not the limelight.
14pantomimeSentence: When I was a little boy I saw a pantomime that had a person dressed in all white including his face and hands, and pretended he was trapped in an imaginary box.Definition: theatrical acting that is done in silence
16rehearsalSentence: I didn’t want to stay for rehearsal because I felt like we had practiced enough.Definition: practice for a public performance
17rehearsal Example: after school practice for the talent show Non example: After school math class
18talentSentence: We knew Joe was a talented boy once we saw he could kick a football 55 yards.Definition: a special natural or acquired ability
19talentExample: Professional players have talent, or natural ability to play their sport. The spelling bee champion has a spelling talent.Non example: If you aren’t good at something, that is not your talent.
21fortunatelySentence: Mom happily replied, “Fortunately for me, I watched the news last night and knew it was going to rain.”Definition: luckily
22fortunatelyExample: You have an extra shirt at school when your gets ketchup on it at lunch.Non example: While driving in the car you get stopped at every red light, and that makes you late to school.Money!!
23dramaticallySentence: My classmate likes to act the vocabulary words dramatically because she says that helps her remember what they mean.Definition: in a way that is showy
24dramaticallyExample: Talking with lots of facial expressions and hand movementsNon example: Talking in a low voice with no emotion
25pharmacistSentence: My best friend studied to become a pharmacist and now she works in a hospital filling prescriptions for cancer patients.Definition: a person who fills prescriptions for a living
26pharmacistExample: CVS pharmacist who gives you your medicine and tells you about itNon example: The clerk that takes your money when you get your medicine is usually not the pharmacist.
27maneuveredSentence: After the Earthquake we had to maneuver around the fallen debris in order to get home.Definition: moved carefully around obstacles and into place
28maneuveredExample: When you walk around the chairs that nobody pushed in you are maneuvering through your classroom.Non example: Walk on a straight path
29Sentence- Making Fun!Write one sentence using the words maneuvered, limelight, and applause.Write one sentence using the words duo and forty- five records.
30Think- Pair- ShareI don’t think I haveheard of limelight before.I don’t think I have heard of cache before…What word do you think is the most interesting? Why?Was there a word that you have never heard before?