Presentation on theme: "Word of the Day Presented by Leah Doryoseph WOD: excitement The students were full of excitement waiting for the bus to take them on the trip. The trip."— Presentation transcript:
Word of the Day Presented by Leah Doryoseph
WOD: excitement The students were full of excitement waiting for the bus to take them on the trip. The trip was so exciting! Grandma was so excited when she saw us! I don’t know what excitement means. Excitement filled the air as students learned new words.
Prediction Basket Danger Grandmother Responsibility Temptation Wolf
Write your own poem Subside Stay Nature Leaf Hue Hard /harder/ hardest Gold (noun & adjective) Flower (as a verb) Dawn Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert FrostRobert Frost Nature's first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay.
Prefixes and Suffixes pre = before re = do again bi = two bio = life inter = between, among micro = small macro = big oct = eight -age = noun: activity or result -an = noun: person -en = verb: to cause to become -ic = adjective: quality, relation -ize = verb: cause -ly = adverb: in the manner of -ship = noun: status, condition
Circle Time: 1.Put kids in groups of Give each group a word 3.The first kid writes a sentence in the given form. 4.The next one writes the same word in a new sentence using a different form. 5.They go around trying to use as many forms as they can. Teacher Connection Play Reaction Mover Electricity Sex Question Friend
Photo Montage First show a picture Then add the word Repeat for a small set of related words Cycle through the pictures, adding the words Cycle through again with just the words You can use this to build compound words
Vegetables Broccoli carrots and peppers are all different kinds of vegetables.