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TODAY YOU NEED: YOUR BINDER LOOSE LEAF PAPER 3 NOTE CARDS PEN/PENCIL HIGHLIGHTER VERB NOTES SSR LOG COSTA’S QUESTIONS NOTES September 7 th.

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1 TODAY YOU NEED: YOUR BINDER LOOSE LEAF PAPER 3 NOTE CARDS PEN/PENCIL HIGHLIGHTER VERB NOTES SSR LOG COSTA’S QUESTIONS NOTES September 7 th

2 Bell Ringer 8 minute write… Don’t stop writing! Select one of these beginnings and write a paragraph in which you express your feelings on the topic. 1. On Saturdays, I like to… 2. If I had my own car, I’d… 3. I feel best when people… 4. I wish I like to listen to…

3 Today we will… Increase our understanding of verbs and how verbs function in sentences. Discuss Morphology—the breaking down of words into roots and affixes. Learn 3 Latin Roots Increase our understanding of Costa’s levels of questioning. Review Chapter 1 of A Child Called “It”  Independent vocabulary  Inference questions  Costa’s questions Begin Chapter 2 of A Child Called “It”

4 Verbs…Transitive & Intransitive Both are ACTION verbs.  Visible action—dig, measure, yell, play  Mental action—wonder, hope, believe, think Transitive  Angie played baseball. (played what? Baseball--object)  Danny played well. (played what? no answer--object)  Note: well describes HOW Danny played; not what he played.

5 Verbs…Transitive & Intransitive Step 1: Find the subject Step 2: Identify the verb phrase Step 3: Find the main verb. Step 4: Determine the object. Step 5: Choose  Object = transitive  No object = intransitive Hansel and Gretel wandered through the forest. The teacher carefully considered the question. Grandma always gives me a treat.

6 Your turn… 1. David wrote an excellent essay. 2. The plane glided to a stop 3. Darin wished for a career in music 4. We planted marigolds all around the garden. 5. Last night our family talked about our vacation.

7 Morphology Morphology is the breaking down of words into their simplest parts. Unbelievable (3 parts) Un + believe + able Root word: BELIEVE—to think something is true ABLE is a suffix that indicates an adjective Believable means something is realistic. UN is a prefix that means NOT. If something is unbelievable, it is not realistic.

8 Your turn… Break down the word irresistible. Root word: Suffix: Prefix: Meaning:

9 Latin Roots—3 note cards BENE WELL; GOOD FEMA offers benefits to victims of Hurricane Irene. FAC, FIC, FACT, FECT, FY TO DO; TO MAKE The Hershey factory in Pennsylvania makes chocolate. LOQUI, LOCUT TO SPEAK I knew she had grown up in the mountains because of her colloquial expressions.

10 Costas Level 1 (copy these notes) Level One is basic input / gathering information. Questions can’t (usually) be broken down into simpler questions. Example: When was the war of 1812?

11 Costas Level 2 (copy these notes) Level Two: processing information Compares two or more similar questions Example: Compare and contrast apples and oranges.  Describe an apple (level 1)  Describe an orange (level 1)

12 Costas Level 3 (copy these notes) Level 3: creating new ideas Compares two or more unlike questions. Can have multiple answers. Example: Argue that penguins behave well.  How do penguins behave? (level 1)  Distinguish good and bad behavior. (level 2)

13 Costa’s Practice: Review chapter 1 and write one question for each Costa’s level of questioning. Level 1: Level 2: Level 3:

14 A Child Called “It”—Chapter 1 Questions Level 1: What did David have for lunch every day? Level 2: Compare the nurse’s and the mother’s treatment of David. Level 3: Determine whether or not the principal made the right decision.


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