2 Deft- quick and skillful Eerily- inspiring fearForlorn- appearing sad or lonely because desertedGaunt- thin and bonyImpulsively- act on impulse rather than careful thoughtRelent- to become more lenientUnscathed- not harmedWheedling- to persuade by flatteryIntricacy- being complex, not simple
3 Vocabulary- match word to definition DeftEerilyForlornGauntImpulsivelyRelentUnscathedWheedlingIntricacyQuick and skillfulTo become more lenientBeing complex, not simpleTo persuade by flatteryThin and bonyInspiring fearAppearing sad or lonelyNot harmedAct without careful thought
5 Alliance- a formal union between 2 nations Belligerently- inclined to fightDisheartening- to lose courage or hopeDote- to show excessive love or fondnessFervor- intensity of emotionFrond- leaf of a fern or palm treeIncomprehensible- difficult to understandMaimed- disabled (by loss of a limb)Ominous- a sign of troubleStrident- loud, harsh, grating, or shrillWarily- on guard or watchfulWistfully- full of wishful yearning
6 Vocabulary- match word to definition AllianceBelligerentlyDishearteningDoteFervorFrondIncomprehensibleMaimedOminousStridentWarilyWistfullyA sign of troubleInclined to fightIntensity of emotionDisabled (by loss of limb)Full of wishful yearningLoud, harsh, grating, shrillFormal union between 2 nationsDifficult to understandOn guard or watchfulTo lose courage or hopeLeaf of a fern or palm treeTo show excessive love or fondness
7 Character-on-a-Plate Divide the paper plate into 8 equal sectionsNumber each triangle on the inside of the plate (1-8)Triangle 1: Character’s NameTriangle 2: Physical descriptionTriangle 3: Inner qualitiesTriangle 4: Action- list at least 3 important actions performedTriangle 5: Talk- copy dialogue directly from the text between the character and anotherTriangle 6: Impact- explain the effect the character had on anotherTriangle 7: Figurative Language- create a simile or metaphor to describe characterTriangle 8: Personal Opinion- tell what you think about your character. Do you admire or dislike your character? Why?On the back of the plate, draw a picture of what you think your character looks like
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