Presentation on theme: "LUCKYUNLUCKY Finding a 4-Leaf Clover Finding a penny tail’s up Finding a Penny Head’s Up A black cat walks across your path A Ladybug Lands on You Walk."— Presentation transcript:
LUCKYUNLUCKY Finding a 4-Leaf Clover Finding a penny tail’s up Finding a Penny Head’s Up A black cat walks across your path A Ladybug Lands on You Walk Under a Ladder
The Prefix Dis- Means not. Comes at the beginning of a noun, verb, adjective, or adverb to make the word negative.
1. Tom _______ of his sister smoking cigarettes. Use one of the following words with the prefix Dis- to complete the sentence. Your Turn! Disable disapproves disadvantage disappoint 2. Living in poverty puts one at a ___________. 3. The students did not want to _________ their teacher. 4. Kate had to ________her computer before she could fix it.
1. What kind of superstitions did you find in the article? 2. What happens if you knock on wood? 3. Where did the phrase “knock on wood” originate from?
1. What kind of superstitions did you find in the article? Don’t break your mirrors. Don’t walk under a ladder. The danger of a Black cat crossing your path. Knocking on wood Witches and warlocks living in the forests. Carrying a rabbit’s foot for good luck. 2. What happens if you knock on wood? You will have good luck. 3. Where did the phrase “knock on wood” originate from? Knocking on wood was supposed to keep the evil spirits from coming out to spoil a person’s good fortune.
1. Are people in Korea superstitious? Why? 2. Make a list of days, animals, or actions that are considered to be lucky or unlucky. Why? 3. Do you believe the superstitions you listed?
Reading Comprehension Exercise p. 94 Vocabulary Comprehension p. 94 Sections A and B Vocabulary Skills p. 95 Sections A, B, and C Read the passage “ Wrinkles Give Clues To Bone Condition” Answer the T/F questions and be ready to discuss at the next class.
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