Presentation on theme: "Become a Word Warrior! Set 1. Here’s your first opportunity to start working towards becoming a Word Warrior and winning awards and prizes at the end."— Presentation transcript:
Become a Word Warrior! Set 1
Here’s your first opportunity to start working towards becoming a Word Warrior and winning awards and prizes at the end of camp! Each week we’ll introduce a few warrior words and you’ll practice using them all week. On Friday you’ll do a final activity to show that you know the words from the week. There will be fun rewards for campers who increase their vocabularies and show that they know the words. If you know words then you’ll be a Jargon General! If you know words then you’ll be a Term Trooper! If you know words then you’ll be a Word Warrior!
WWhat’s It Mean?: if you abhor something you hate it or dislike it intensely. HHere’s an Example: I abhor doing chores especially washing the dishes! Shout Out : What are some things you hate or abhor ?
What’s It Mean?: A callous person or action is cruel and shows no concern for other people. Here’s an Example: The mean girls showed how callous they were when they teased and made fun of Judy even when she was crying. Can you think of a time when Someone was callous to you?
What’s It Mean?: You would say there is a myriad of items if there is a large number of something. Here’s an Example: One clear night, there was a myriad of stars in the sky. Name some items you wish you had a myriad of.
Here’s an Example: The child was lured to the store by the promise of seeing the new toys. Think About It: What are some places you might be lured into going to? What’s It Mean?: When a person is lured they are persuaded to go somewhere or do something by being offered something tempting.
Here’s an Example: When my kitty broke her arm it was protruding in the air. What’s It Mean?: If something protrudes from something, it sticks or juts out. What are some examples of some things That you may see PROTRUDING?
What type of things Vex or annoy you? What’s It Mean? If something vexes you it annoys or confuses you. Here’s an Example: I was vexed by that math problem when I couldn’t figure out how to solve it.
What’s It Mean?: Flabbergasted is when you are amazed or astonished. Here’s an Example : His mother was flabbergasted when he brought home a report card of straight A’s Discuss what might have flabbergasted this girl?
What’s It Mean?: If you are impertinent you show a bold or rude lack of respect especially to authority. The impertinent child was placed in time out when he yelled at his mother “No!” Think about it—Have you ever Been impertinent?
What’s It Mean?: A bog is a wet muddy area of land. Here’s an Example : The boy got stuck in the bog when he tried to catch the frogs that lived there. Can you think of some other namenames for a bog?
Now that you’ve seen the words for this week, make sure you work hard every day to learn what they mean! During the word warrior time of your day, you will have opportunities to learn and practice the warrior words so you can be a master word warrior. At the end of the week you will have a final activity to show what you know!