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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
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…
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”
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.
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.
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.
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.
Your turn… Break down the word irresistible. Root word: Suffix: Prefix: Meaning:
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.
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?
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)
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)
Costa’s Practice: Review chapter 1 and write one question for each Costa’s level of questioning. Level 1: Level 2: Level 3:
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.