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:
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 4-5 2.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