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A Christmas Carol. Small Group & Whole Group Vocabulary Review. Protocol. We will be following a very similar protocol from the last word list for this group review. The biggest change is that your group will be your lit circle and you will NOT rotate which group you are for each turn.

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A Christmas Carol

Small Group & Whole Group Vocabulary Review


Protocol

  • We will be following a very similar protocol from the last word list for this group review.

  • The biggest change is that your group will be your lit circle and you will NOT rotate which group you are for each turn.

  • Example: “Group 1” will be “Group 1” the entire time.

  • Also, we will pause every couple of slides so that you can add your new sentences to your Keynote presentations.


Challenge #1:

  • Group 1: Use seething as a verb in the past tense.

  • Group 2: Use seething as an adverb.

  • Group 3: Use seething as a noun.

  • Group 4: Use the adverb form of ominous.

  • Group 5: Use the noun form of ominous.


Challenge #2:

  • Group 1: Use abyss in a sentence.

  • Group 2: Use the adjective form of beguiled.

  • Group 3: Use beguiled in the past tense.

  • Group 4: Use the noun form of beguiling.


Pause!

  • Take a few minutes and add some of these sentences to the appropriate slides.

  • MAKE SURE THAT YOU ARE USING THE WORDS CORRECTLY!


Challenge #3:

  • Group 1: Use uproarious as an adverb.

  • Group 2: Use uproariousas a noun.

  • Group 3: Use the verb form of destitute.

  • Group 4: Use the noun form of destitute.

  • Group 5: Use the word destitute as an adverb.


Challenge #4:

  • Group 1: Use the adjective form of “desolation.”

  • Group 2: Use “benevolence” as an adverb.

  • Group 3: Use “benevolence” as an adjective.

  • Group 4: Use the past tense form of the word “flaunting”.

  • Group 5: Use the noun form of “lustrous”


Pause!

  • Take a few minutes and add some of these sentences to the appropriate slides.

  • MAKE SURE THAT YOU ARE USING THE WORDS CORRECTLY!


Challenge 5:

  • Group 1: Use the adverb form of “lustrous.”

  • Group 2: Use the adverb form of “sordid.”

  • Group 3: Write “sordid” as a noun.

  • Group 4: Write “incessant” as an adverb.

  • Group 5: Write “incessant” as a noun.


Challenge #6:

  • Group 1: Write the noun form of “deftly.”

  • Group 2: Write the adjective form of “deftly.”

  • Group 3: Write the adverb form of “caustic.”

  • Group 4: Write the noun form of “ponderous.”

  • Group 5: Write the adverb form of “ponderous.”


Assignment: Parts of speech chart

  • Complete this assignment ON PAPER.

  • Create the following table.

Word

Noun

Verb

Adjective

Adverb

Ponderous

Ponderousness

Ponder

Ponderous

Ponderously


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