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1 Vocabulary – Sherman Alexie

2 Step 1: Listen to the teacher say the word betray (v.)

3 Step 2: Read the word out loud 3 times betray, betray, betray

4 Step 3: Read along as the teacher reads a sentence with the word. When Janethree told Jenna’s secret, she really betrayed her trust.

5 Step 4: Read and listen to the dictionary definition Betray (verb): To hurt someone who trusts you by not giving help or by doing something morally wrong

6 Step 5: In simple words Betray means… to hurt someone who trusts you.

7 Step 6: Turn and Talk Describe how you might feel if your best friend betrayed you.

8 Step 1: Listen to the teacher say the word Grief (n.)

9 Step 2: Read the word out loud 3 times grief, grief, grief

10 Step 3: Read along as the teacher reads a sentence with the word. Jairo’s was full of grief after he heard about his dog dying.

11 Step 4: Read and listen to the dictionary definition Grief (noun): Deep sadness, caused especially by someone’s death

12 Step 5: In simple words Grief means… extreme sadness.

13 Step 6: Turn and Talk What are some things a person can do for a friend who is feeling a lot of grief?

14 Step 1: Listen to the teacher say the word mock (v.)

15 Step 2: Read the word out loud 3 times mock, mock, mock

16 Step 3: Read along as the teacher reads a sentence with the word. Jack’s feelings were hurt when the other boys mocked his glasses.

17 Step 4: Read and listen to the dictionary definition mock (verb): to laugh at or make fun of (someone or something) especially by copying an action or a way of behaving or speaking

18 Step 5: In simple words Mock means … to laugh at something in a mean way

19 Step 6: Turn and Talk

20 Step 1: Listen to the teacher say the word sacred (adj)

21 Step 2: Read the word out loud 3 times sacred, sacred, sacred

22 Step 3: Read along as the teacher reads a sentence with the word. While in India, Ms. Kamel visited many sacred temples.

23 Step 4: Read and listen to the dictionary definition sacred (adjective): Worthy of religious worship; very holy.

24 Step 5: In simple words Indispensable means … holy.

25 Step 6: Turn and Talk What are three sacred symbols that you learned about in Global last year? (ex: cross, ॐ )

26 Notice! Sacred is a Spanish cognate.

27 Step 1: Listen to the teacher say the word spontaneous (adj.)

28 Step 2: Read the word out loud 3 times spontaneous, spontaneous, spontaneous

29 Step 3: Read along as the teacher reads a sentence with the word. Raquel didn’t know what she was going to do on Saturday, but at the last minute, she and her friends made a spontaneous plan to go apple picking.

30 Step 4: Read and listen to the dictionary definition spontaneous (adjective): done or said in a natural and often sudden way and without a lot of thought or planning

31 Step 5: In simple words Spontaneous means … last-minute or without a plan.

32 Step 6:Turn and Talk Describe a time when you have done something spontaneous.

33 Notice! Spontaneous is a Spanish cognate.

34 Vocabulary – Sonia Sotomayor

35 Step 1: Listen to the teacher say the word Coincidence (n.)

36 Step 2: Read the word out loud 3 times coincidence, coincidence, coincidence

37 Step 3: Read along as the teacher reads a sentence with the word. Alexis and John didn’t mean to show up to the library at the same time; it was just a coincidence.

38 Step 4: Read and listen to the dictionary definition coincidence (noun): a situation in which events happen at the same time in a way that is not planned or expected

39 Step 5: In simple words Coincidence means … A situation that happens by chance.

40 Step 6:Turn and Talk

41 Step 1: Listen to the teacher say the word relevant (adj.)

42 Step 2: Read the word out loud 3 times relevant, relevant, relevant

43 Step 3: Read along as the teacher reads a sentence with the word. Cristopher could remember a lot of Geometry, but unfortunately, none of it was relevant to the test.

44 Step 4: Read and listen to the dictionary definition relevant (adjective): Relating to a subject in an appropriate way.

45 Step 5: In simple words Relevant means … related.

46 Step 6: Turn and Talk What topics in the news are most relevant to your life?

47 Step 1: Listen to the teacher say the word explicit (adj.)

48 Step 2: Read the word out loud 3 times explicit, explicit, explicit

49 Step 3: Read along as the teacher reads a sentence with the word. I need people to be explicit when they tell me things, otherwise I don’t understand the point.

50 Step 4: Read and listen to the dictionary definition explicit (adjective): very clear and complete : leaving no doubt about the meaning

51 Step 5: In simple words Explicit means… clear.

52 Step 6: Turn and Talk When is it most important to be explicit in your communication?

53 Step 1: Listen to the teacher say the word critical (adj.)

54 Step 2: Read the word out loud 3 times explicit, explicit, explicit

55 Step 3: Read along as the teacher reads a sentence with the word.

56 Step 4: Read and listen to the dictionary definition critical (adjective):

57 Step 5: In simple words Critical means…

58 Step 6: Turn and Talk


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