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Spelling and Phonics 1. postwar- after war 2. preschool- before school 3. costar- star with 4. Postscript- after writing 5. preview- before viewing 6. postgraduate- after graduating college Grammar and Usage 1. were 2. must 3.will 4.must may, must, am, could, had, will, would did, were, should, can, shall Spelling (/ū/ /ur/) 1.con/fuse 2.Jur/y 3. In/jure 4. A/muse/ment 5. Is/sue 6. Re/fuse or ref/use Geography 1. Parallels or lines of latitudes 2. Meridians or lines of longitude Prefixes/Suffixes/Roots 1. Gastroscope 2. Visionary 3. Evidence 4. visor Vocab Glide * The basketball player lunged toward the hoop. Writer's Secret Commonly Confused Words 1. Among 2. Among 3. Between Poetry Spelling and Grammar 1 Daily RevUps Week 5
Spelling and Phonics 1.semicircle 2.Multicolored 3. antiwar 4.hemisphere 5. Multimillion 6. Antislavery Grammar and Usage 1. Am 2. could or will or shall 3. Will Spelling (/ū/ /ur/) 1. Dis/con/tin/ue 2. Use/less 3. Dis/pute 4. U/nion 5. Hu/man 6. Cur/i/ous 7. Fu/ture Geography 1. There is an intersecting pattern formed by the lines of latitude and longitude. 2. Yes, there is a grid of lines of latitude and longitude. Prefixes/Suffixes/Roots adventure (exciting experience) venture (go) convinced (persuaded) Vocab a. * Playing a competitive sport, exercising, climbing a hill, pedaling a bike, watching a scary movie, being frightened by someone Writer's Secret Commonly Confused Words 1. angry with 2. mad 3. mad 4. Angry Poetry Spelling and Grammar 2 Daily RevUps Week 5
Spelling and Phonics 1. un- not or opposite of 2. re- again 3. pre- before 4. dis- not or opposite of 5. mis- bad or wrong 6. in- not 7. mid- middle or between Grammar and Usage 1. I had bacon, tomatoes, turkey, onions, and cucumbers in my salad. 2. If you go to the mall, would you buy me a CD? 3. Keisha, would you please come over her? 4. Yes, I should have thought of that before. Spelling (/ū/ /ur/) 1. Cap/ture 2. Val/u/able 3. Sta/tue 4. In/sure 5. Val/ue Geography 1. New South Wales, South Australia, and Western Australia 2. Tasmania Prefixes/Suffixes/Roots videotape (visual recording) visualize (see) invincible (unconquerable) victory (win) Vocab Stumble, rock, teeter, shake * earthquake, bumping it Writer's Secret Commonly Confused Words 1.Mad 2. angry with 3. Madness 4.Mad 5.Mad 6.Mad Poetry Spelling and Grammar 3 Daily RevUps Week 5
Spelling and Phonics 1. bi- 2 2. tri- 3 3. inter- between 4. sub- under 5. trans- across or over 6. post- after 7. il- not Grammar and Usage 1. My grandfather, who was a captain on a fishing boat, loves the ocean. 2. I like your bright, shiny bracelet. 3. The frog jumped onto the lily pad, and it caught a fly. 4. Jerry, toss the ball to Pat next time. Spelling (/ū/ /ur/) 1. Hu/mor 2. Fig/ure 3. Re/fu/sal 4. Use 5. In/jur/i/ous Geography 1. Darwin; ~12°S latitude and 131°E longitude 2. Canberra; ~36°S latitude and 149°E longitude Prefixes/Suffixes/Roots 1. contract- pull together 2. contractor- supplier 3. detract- pull away 4. distracted- unfocused Vocab Grope * hug Writer's Secret Commonly Confused Words 1. Antebellum 2. Antipoverty 3. Antigun 4. Antisocial PoetrySpelling and Grammar 4 Daily RevUps Week 5
Spelling and Phonics 1. co- with or together 2. anti- against 3. semi- half 4. hemi- half 5. multi- many or much 6. ir- not Grammar and Usage 1. sounded; music; terrific 2. feel; oranges; soft 3. am; I; surprised 4. seems; substitute; strict Spelling (/ū/ /ur/) 1.In/sur/ance 2. Dis/put/ed 3. Hu/mor/ist 4. Cap/tur/ed 5. Con/fu/sion Geography 1. Timor Sea; absolute location 2. Australia is south of the equator and east of the prime meridian Prefixes/Suffixes/Roots 1. protracted- extended or lengthened 2. retract- take back 3. traction- grip or pull 4. tractor- a machine for pulling 5. extract- take out Vocab b. plod * trudge Writer's Secret Commonly Confused Words 1. Apprised 2. Appraised 3.Appraising 4. Apprise 5. Appraise Poetry Grammar and Usage 1. My favorite book, the one that you lent to me, is lost. 2. I don’t like that slimy thing on my plate. 3. Well, maybe I should bring the clothes inside. 4. Mr. Kim, may we please go outside for recess? 5 Daily RevUps Week 5
6 6 Extensions Vocabulary Geography Give the coordinates: a)Adelaide: 35°S, 138°E b)Hobart: 43°S, 147°E c)Brisbane: 28°S, 153°E d)Melbourne: 38°S, 145°E e)Canberra: 36°S, 149°E f)Perth: 32°S, 115°E g)Darwin: 12°S, 131°E h)Sydney: 34°S, 151°E Who or whatWhere, when, why LungeTigerWhy: To attack prey ThrobHeadacheWhen it pounds painfully TotterA babyWhen it learns to walk GropeA person in the dark Why: fumbling for a light switch PlodHikersWhere: in a grassy or muddy field
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