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trudged If you walked slowly as though your feet were stuck in mud, you trudged Can you think of a word that means the opposite of “trudge”?
gushed When you were excited about something and talked a lot about it, you gushed Can you remember a time when you gushed about something exciting?
frustrated When you try and try to do something and cannot, then you might feel frustrated
imitated If you copied what someone did or said, you imitated him or her Why might a younger brother, sister or friend “imitate” you?
pleasant Something that is pleasant is enjoyable and makes you happy Can you think of a sound that might be described as “pleasant”?
coincidence When the same things happen at the same time, it usually is a coincidence Would it be a coincidence if you wore the same outfit to school as your best friend?
modeled If you modeled something, you showed it so other people could see it What do you think it means to be a “model” citizen?
loyal Someone who is loyal sticks by you in good times and bad
recited If you recited a poem, you memorized it and then spoke it aloud About how long might it take to memorize a poem in order to recite it?
murmured If you murmured something, you said it softly so people could hardly hear it Is it polite to murmur under your breath after your mom or dad yells at you?
Theme 1 – Lesson 1 Robust Vocabulary Ruby the Copycat By: Peggy Rathmann.
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Lesson 1 Day 2 You will need a pencil, paper, and your reading book.
Lesson 1 Day 5.
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Let’s Meet Maddie Ray! This is Maddie Maddie lives with her mom and dad in Shawnee. She has a sister and brother. Their names are Regan (16) and Jared.
Lesson 1 Day 4. Question Of the Day What would you do to teach someone a skill? One skill I can teach someone is______. T76.
Lesson 1 Day 1 You will need a pencil, paper, your reading book.
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Find the Commentary Sonia starts hanging out with the Latin Kings gang. I believe she was really dumb. In a way I understand her though because she wanted.
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Erik Morales per: 1. What is this section about? This section is about suicide. Suicide is something you can prevent. You decide if you want it or not,
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Learning styles Information found from CareerCollegeReadiness/Curriculum/NavGr1 0LessonsRGRev pdf.
The World is full of all kinds of People! And no one is exactly alike! THAT IS FANTASTIC !
Penguin Chick By Betty Tatham. fierce Something that is fierce is very strong or violent. The fierce wind blew a tree down. What word means the opposite.
When I wake up Christmas morning I love it. I always used to go next door because my mammaw lived beside us and I went and got her to some over. I miss.
“On Saturday”. asserted If you asserted something, you said in a strong way what you believe.
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Author: Unknown Illustrator: Mr. Krokos. A boy had a very bad temper. When he was angry he would say mean things. After the boy said something really.
Communication Skills with Friends & Family
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First Day Jitters Vocabulary Review. downstairs The girl walked downstairs to get the mail.
Sad Movies Sad movies always make me _______. He said he had to work, so I went to the show _______. They turned down the lights and turned the projector.
Alienation. What do you think alienation means? Its not an alien.
Play Date. I am having a play date. A play date means that my friend [Friend’s name] is coming over to my house to play with me! Play dates are so much.
Tips to Make your Writing Exciting!. Elaboration To give your writing more expression through various methods. We will discuss some of these methods as.
Pictures When you look at this picture, what do you think is happening? If you were here, what noises and sounds would you hear? How do you think.
Friendships & Relationships
Ah, Music! *Robust Vocabulary* Created By: Agatha Lee January 2009.
Integrating skills writing. Lead-in Read aloud or recite the poem you have chosen. Are you interested in English poems now?
Anxiety Disorders and Phobic Disorders Dimone Backus Period:1.
“Little Rabbit’s Tale”. rapidily If you are moving rapidly, you are moving very fast.
Responses to Charlie Baylee Wisley ABR Professor Cramar CI 616 July 10 th, 2015.
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CONNECTING WITH OTHERS. Connecting with others SUPPORTING A FRIEND Helping yourself Identify trusted friends and adults who may be able to support you.
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