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Satchel Paige Day 3
How do we face personal challenges?
Lets add the word ambition to our concept map under important traits. Lets add the word strive under how people overcome challenges. What did they strive for? Strive for change Strive to improve
Amazing Words vigor- someone with vigor has a lot of physical and mental energy Yesterday we learned that Satchel Paige had real vigor, going from town to town and playing game after game. devotion- a strong feeling or loyalty and affection My parents show their devotion toward me in the way that they take care of me.
Amazing Words Teach your partners what the amazing words mean
Let’s Read Find two facts on page 126. Share with your partner. Dates and numbers are often clues that a statement is a fact. Let’s read the story…
Confidence- firm belief in yourself Fastball- a pitch thrown at high speed with very little curve Teach your partner what these words mean.
Mocking- describes something done in a way that laughs at or makes fun of someone Outfield-part of the baseball field beyond the bases Teach your partner what these words mean
Unique- something that is only one of a kind or is rare or remarkable Weakness- a weak point or slight fault Windup- a swinging movement of the arms while twisting the body just before pitching the ball Teach your partner what these words mean.
Combine these phrases: I wore my Cubs hat I carried a pennant (and) Fans rose to their feet The team took the field (when)
Adding –ed, -ing Add –ing to get Spell it: Getting Add –ed to decide Spell it: Decided Add –ed to stop Spell it: stopped