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“A Mason - Dixon Memory”. Discussion, Vocabulary and Connections. In the next two minutes…. Please look over your answers from yesterday so that you are ready to discuss them without having to rely so heavily on your iPad .

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A mason dixon memory

“A Mason-Dixon Memory”

Discussion, Vocabulary and Connections


In the next two minutes

In the next two minutes…

Please look over your answers from yesterday so that you are ready to discuss them without having to rely so heavily on your iPad.

Discuss your thoughts on #3 with your proximity partner. The older person shares first.

Discuss #’s 4 & 5 with your neighbor partner. The person with more letters in their first name shares first.

Finally, discuss #’s 6 & 7 with your neighbor partner. The taller person shares first.


Vocab time

Vocab Time!

How much your write/type for this portion is completely dependent on how much people are handling this as a class.

Translation: If everyone is on task and participating, there will be very little typing/writing for this portion. But, if the same one or two people are doing all of the work, we will move to typing/writing this in your Daily File.


Predominantly

Predominantly

  • There is a PREFIX in the word. What is it? What does it mean?

  • There is a SUFFIX in the word. What is it? Anybody know what part of speech it makes a word?

  • What is the ROOT WORD of this word?

  • So, if I were to say that January weather in Minnesota is predominantly hot and sunny, would I be right?


Forfeit

Forfeit

  • Where have you heard this word?

  • What do you think it means?

  • This word can either mean to LOSE or to GIVE UP.

    • Give an example of a sentence where you might use it to “give up.”

    • Give an example of a sentence where you might use it to “lose.”


Resolve

Resolve

  • Read the following sentence: In tough situations, people can resolve to do the right things.

    • What do you think “Resolve” means?

  • Do you see a prefix in this word?

  • What does this prefix USUALLY mean?

  • If we were to use the meaning of that prefix, what would the definition of this word mean?

  • Hmm, so what does this whole slide show me about using prefixes and word parts?


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Resolve

  • Read the following sentence: In tough situations, people can resolve to do the right things.

    • What do you think “Resolve” means?

  • Do you see a prefix in this word?

  • What does this prefix USUALLY mean?

  • If we were to use the meaning of that prefix, what would the definition of this word mean?

  • Hmm, so what does this whole slide show me about using prefixes and word parts?


Erupted

Erupted

  • What is the suffix of this word?

  • What is the root word of this word?

  • In what context do you USUALLY hear this word?

  • What does it mean?

  • Write 3 sentences about something that could erupt OTHER than a volcano.


Journal and story telling

Journal and Story Telling

  • Use ONE of the following ideas:

    • Describe a time you wanted to do something but were unable to for a reason you could not control.

    • Describe a time when someone stood up for you.

    • Describe a time when you stood up for someone else.

  • Think: try to remember all of the details about what happened, how you felt, etc.

  • Write: describe the incident to me. Write for the entire time allotted. This goes in your Tri 3 Google Doc. Today is Tues, 3/18.


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