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1 Week 1 January 27 th, 2014 The Woman Who Lived with the Wolves By Chief Luther Standing Bear Vocabulary

2 The plan…. Objectives Vocabulary List Practice –Literature Booklet page 1 Preview

3 Objectives Students will practice using context clues while developing vocabulary Students will recall and identify key vocabulary from synonyms, definitions and antonyms

4 Vocabulary List A 1. Borders n. _____________________________ 2. Considered v. __________________________ 3. Odor n. _______________________________ 4. Pure adj. ______________________________ 5. Seek v. ________________________________ 6. Shaggy adj. ____________________________ 7. Territory n. ___________________________ 8. Wherever conj. _________________________

5 Vocabulary List B 1. Determined v. ___________________________ 2. Elsewhere adv. ___________________________ 3. Foothills n. ______________________________ 4. Journeyed v. _____________________________ 5. Offensive adj. ____________________________ 6. Perished v. _______________________________ 7. Throughout adv. __________________________ 8. Trespass v. _______________________________

6 Vocabulary List A 1. Borders n. dividing lines between one region or country and another 2. Considered v. believed that something was true 3. Odor n. smell 4. Pure adj. not mixed with anything else 5. Seek v. to look for or search for 6. Shaggy adj. having long, rough hair or fur 7. Territory n. an area or region of land 8. Wherever conj. In, at, or to any place

7 Vocabulary List B 1. Determined v. focused on success 2. Elsewhere adv. somewhere else 3. Foothills n. low hills at the base of a mountain 4. Journeyed v. put something into something else 5. Offensive adj. unpleasant or disagreeable 6. Perished v. died, was destroyed 7. Throughout adv. in every part, everywhere 8. Trespass v. to enter someone else’s property without permission

8 Fill in the blanks with suitable words : 1. The stray dog went it could find food. 2. Laura her teacher to be the nicest one in the school. 3. Animals shelter in a storm. 4.The buffalo in the zoo had a coat. 5. The necklace was made out of gold– not gold mixed with copper and nickel. seekpure wherever consideredshaggy

9 Fill in the blanks with suitable words : 1. Jessie looked in her locker for her gym bag, but it was The adventurer far to reach the South Pole. 3. The last of the flowers in the frost. 4. Sparrows live the United States and Europe. 5. The kids were told repeatedly not to in the old abandoned building. journeyed perished throughoutelsewhere trespass

10 Choose the correct meaning using context clues : 1. Animals seek shelter in a storm. 2.Roquefort cheese has a strong taste and strong odor. search- hide- put away taste- smell- feel 3. The smell of old garbage is offensive. lovely– pleasant – disagreeable

11 Match words and their meanings: 1. The soldier carefully crossed into enemy territory. 2. Ricardo was determined to go to college, so he studied hard to get good grades. 3. George drove past some foothills on his way to the Rocky Mountains. Low hills at the base of a mountain range An area or region of land Small Focused on success

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14 Unscramble : 1. hhtootugru 2. edyeurnoj 3. ryortrtie 4. cddeeinors 5. trnmiddeee

15 Evaluation Use the following words in a sentence – trespass – considered – throughout Open literature booklets to pages 1

16 Preview In the next Literature Lesson, we will review the vocabulary and learn about the author


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