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Leonardo’s Horse. Day 4. Concept talk . How do artists inspire future generations?. Partner Share. Think about where you’ve seen sculptures. What have these sculptures added to the places where you’ve seen them?

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Concept talk
Concept talk

How do artists inspire future generations?


Partner share
Partner Share

  • Think about where you’ve seen sculptures. What have these sculptures added to the places where you’ve seen them?

  • Artists use tools to help them in their work. One tool that some artists, such as Norman Rockwell, use is a projector.

  • Explain how a projector can help an artist with his or her work. What can they achieve with a projector that would be difficult to achieve otherwise?


Amazing words
Amazing Words

  • Medium- a material or technique that an artist uses

  • Leonardo used many mediums to create his art.

  • Muse-to think in a dreamy way

  • I used to muse about being a player in the NFL.

  • Inspire- means to fill others with thoughts of hope

  • I hope to inspire others with my speech about doing your best.


Vocabulary
Vocabulary

  • achieved- reached or attained by effort, skill or courage

  • She achieved good grades in 5th grade.

  • architect- a person who designs buildings

  • Joseph was the architect of the new train station.

  • Teach your partner these words


Vocabulary1
Vocabulary

  • bronze- a yellowish-brown alloy of copper with up to one-third tin

  • The bronze statue glistened in the sun.

  • Cannon-a mounted gun for firing heavy projectiles; a gun, howitzer, or mortar

  • Frank fired the cannon during the battle.

  • Teach your partner these words.


Vocabulary2
Vocabulary

  • depressed- in a state of general unhappiness

  • Sarah never smiled because she was depressed about her dog.

  • fashioned- to make into a particular form

  • The chair was fashioned out of twigs.

    Teach your partner these words.


Greek and latin roots
Greek and Latin Roots

  • Vision, vista, visible- what does the root –vis mean?

  • To see

  • Inspect, retrospect, prospect- what does the root –spect mean?

  • To look, to watch


Greek and latin roots1
Greek and Latin Roots

  • Philhippic- loving horses

  • Philadelphy- love for all men as brothers

  • Philanthropist- a lover of mankind

  • What do you think the root philo means?

  • It means “love”


Principal parts of regular verbs
Principal Parts of Regular Verbs

  • The four principal parts are:

  • Present (studying)

  • Present participle (is studying)

  • Past (studied)

  • Past participle (have studied)


Spelling
Spelling

  • Compound words:

  • Blindfold

  • Postcard

  • Thumbtack

  • Earthquake

  • Homesick

  • courthouse


Daily fix it
Daily Fix it

Lets take a look at our Daily Fix it


Writing
Writing

  • Persuasive speech:

  • Clear focus

  • The argument stated in a topic sentence with strong supporting details

  • Clear persuasive language and an active voice

  • Varied sentences

  • Correct use of principal parts


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