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WEEK ONE Bellringers A Wrinkle in Time Vocab. 1. Monday, March 25 1. agility- noun- ability to move with quickness and ease 2. antagonistic-adj- acting.

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1 WEEK ONE Bellringers A Wrinkle in Time Vocab. 1

2 Monday, March agility- noun- ability to move with quickness and ease 2. antagonistic-adj- acting against or being in opposition to: hostile 3. bellow- noun, verb- loud cry; roar; shout 4. dilapidated- adj- falling apart; run down and almost unusable 5. hurricane- noun- A violent tropical storm with swirling winds and rain.

3 Monday, March 25 Pre-AP 1. agility- noun- ability to move with quickness and ease 2. antagonistic-adj- acting against or being in opposition to: hostile 3. bellow- noun, verb- loud cry; roar; shout 4. dilapidated- adj- falling apart; run down and almost unusable 5. hurricane- noun- A violent tropical storm with swirling winds and rain. 6. decipher-verb- make out what something says or work out meaning of something 7. ephemeral- adj- short lived or lasting for only a short period of time

4 Tuesday, March inadvertent-adj- unintentional; happening without intention or by accident, not on purpose. 7. indicate- verb- To show or say; to point out; to show meaning. 8. indignant-adj- Angered at something unjust or wrong. 9. isolate-verb- Set apart from others. 10. odd-adj- Does not fit in with others; left over

5 Tuesday, March 26 Pre-AP 8. inadvertent-adj- unintentional; happening without intention or by accident, not on purpose. 9. indicate- verb- To show or say; to point out; to show meaning. 10. indignant-adj- Angered at something unjust or wrong. 11. isolate-verb- Set apart from others. 12. odd-adj- Does not fit in with others; left over 13. preliminaries-adj/noun- coming before something in preparation or an introductory or preparatory activity 14. gesture- n- a motion of the limbs or body 15. confidingly- comfortingly; seeking or giving confidence

6 Wednesday, March 27 Match the synonyms (words that mean the same thing) to the vocabulary words. 1. nimbleness, rapidity, quickness, ____________ 2. rundown, decaying, ruined, ___________ 3. angry, offended, upset, __________________

7 Wednesday, March 27 Pre-AP Match the synonyms (words that mean the same thing) to the vocabulary words. 1. nimbleness, rapidity, quickness, ____________ 2. rundown, decaying, ruined, ___________ 3. angry, offended, upset, __________________ Write the sentence and underline the vocab. word. 4. "It might also help if Meg's handwriting were legible," Mrs. Murry said. "With a good deal of difficulty I can usually decipher it...

8 Thursday, March 28 Match the synonyms (words that mean the same thing) to the vocabulary words. 1. aggressive, hostile, unfriendly, ____________ 2. storm, typhoon, tropical tornado, __________ 3. separate, detach, cut off, _________________

9 Thursday, March 28 Pre-AP Match the synonyms (words that mean the same thing) to the vocabulary words. 1. aggressive, hostile, unfriendly, ____________ 2. storm, typhoon, tropical tornado, __________ 3. separate, detach, cut off, _________________ Write the sentence and underline the vocab. word: 4. Mrs. Which, despite her looks and ephemeral broomstick, was someone in whom one could put complete trust.

10 Friday, March 29 Complete the sentence with the correct vocabulary word. Remember to write out the entire sentence. 1. We could hear the cheerleaders loudly ________ our team name on the sidelines. 2. Do you think that it is _______ that February 29 th only happens every four years? I think it is strange. 3. The teacher made sure to ________ where we should write our names on the test form.

11 Friday, March 29 Pre-AP Complete the sentence with the correct vocabulary word. Remember to write out the entire sentence. 1. We could hear the cheerleaders loudly ________ our team name on the sidelines. 2. Do you think that it is _______ that February 29 th only happens every four years? I think it is strange. 3. The teacher made sure to ________ where we should write our names on the test form. 4. Charles Wallace began to speak, suddenly, with none of the usual baby ___________ using entire sentences.


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