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Vocabulary Words in Ch. 14-END WarilyIntentlyTantalize BrusqueWitheringStrident CausticSmuggleIdeal LatticedConcealedDin HastilyDevastatingAmid DeprivationInsolentlyExecute Taut
What is another word for pulled or drawn tight?
What is another word for overwhelmingly painful or agonizing?
What is another word for cautiously?
What is another word for surrounded by?
What is another word for hidden?
What is another word for in an insulting manner?
What is another word for firmly fixed; concentrated?
What is another word for making light of?
What is another word for constructed or furnished with a decorative motif that resembles a patterned framework?
What is another word for to excite another by exposing something desirable while keeping it out of reach?
What is another word for the absence, loss, or withholding of something needed?
What is another word for abrupt and curt in manner or speech?
What is another word for loud, harsh, grating, or shrill?
What is another word for to put to death?
What is another word for harsh or corrosive in tone?
What is another word for a loud, harsh, or strident noise?
What is another word for done or made too quickly to be accurate or wise?
What is another word for an honorable or worthy principle or aim?
What is another word for to import or export secretly and illegally?
The War with Grandpa Vocabulary Ch Vocabulary in The War with Grandpa Ch ObnoxiousAnnoyed StubbornConfusion TruceGreed KinMeander Single-MindedMussed.
George Washingtons Socks Vocabulary Ch Vocabulary in George Washingtons Socks Ch. 1-7 BayonetContraption ExhilarationFormidable MusketsRescue SmirkSurvival.
Whats the difference between the two?. What is WEATHER? Conditions in our atmosphere at a given time What are some examples of WEATHER that you can think.
Making a Public Speech. Features of your Speech Make sure you use persuasive language… for example Emotive language (use strong adjectives best, most.
Friends Friends give us the courage to lift the blinds on our hearts, to open up and show what we generally keep hidden from the rest of the world.
Goal Setting. Goals Something that you want and are willing to work for. Something that you want and are willing to work for. Why set goals? Why set goals?
Be Good to Yourself. Trust yourself You know what you want and need.
Using the same pattern of words to show that two or more ideas have the same level of importance.
Divisibility and Mental Math Lesson 3-1. Vocabulary A number is divisible by another number if it can be divided into and result in a remainder of 0.
Using reasons and evidence to support arguments. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to… RI.5.8 Explain how an author uses reasons and evidence.
Prompts to Support the Use of Strategies To support the control of early reading behaviors: – Read it with your finger. – Did you have enough (or too many)
If something consisted of several things, it was made up of those things. If you wanted to find out what tasty soup consisted of, what should you ask.
GET IT WHILE IT´S HOT !!. Partnership O An associate who works with others toward a common goal. O To reach a desired end, you must first have a clear.
Team 3 Avid Strategies Organized Binders Daily Assignment Logs Weekly Learning Logs Classroom Note Sheet Weekly Binder Checks.
Whats the caption for this picture? Word word word word word word word word word word word word word word word word word word word word word word word.
Are You Listless? Make a List! Frank DiBartolomeo.
Trustworthiness To act in a manner that makes one worthy of confidence and trust LG/LS © Susan Kovalik & Associates 2004Created by Jennifer Pokon.
TRANSLATIONS AIM: To understand translation vectors and translate shapes accurately.
The War with Grandpa Vocabulary Ch Vocabulary in The War with Grandpa Ch DiabolicalSilence EmbarrassingMystified GuiltyOrdinary ApplaudedGrudge.
FLAG John Agard. SYMBOL OF THE FLAG The Flag is present throughout all of war. Symbolises bravery, patriotism, and the country theyre fighting for. Just.
Vocabulary Words in Ch. 5-9 RelocateStartlingRuefully AppliquedUrgencyDeftly ContentedlyTimidlyTentatively MassiveMurmurSpecter Suspicious Distorted Exasperation.
Vocabulary Match-up Click on the vocabulary word that matches the meaning. (not just in the box) Something that is not known by many people secret clue.
Recognizing the Basic Patterns of Organization How does the author of the book or article organize his writing?
Time Pressure!!! Dont Put up with It!!!! D. Games & kids… D. Games & kids…
Healthy choices SEN Knowing and Growing. What is a healthy choice? A healthy choice is something that is good for us.
Lets Learn Understand the Problem: What makes a strong team? Find out about a team that worked together to accomplish something important. Write about.
Word Ladder Kindergarten Unit 5 Week 1. Teacher Directions Have the students spell the words on dry-erase boards or paper. You can keep a recording of.
What are historical interpretations? An introduction to dealing with historical interpretations.
Horace, Morris, but Mostly Dolores Vocabulary and Amazing Words Second Grade Reading.
Story Broad How I am going to create my Video.....
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