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DOL level 4 week 30. Analogy rain : drop – snow: _______ 2. : - : 1. yesterday morning i brang my tennis shoes to school at 800 AM 2. and last week the corn growed at least a inch. flake. Pledge. Fluency. 6 min. reading solution.

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Dol level 4 week 30

DOL level 4 week 30

  • Analogy

  • rain : drop – snow: _______

    2. : - :

    1. yesterday morning i brang my tennis shoes to school at 800 AM

    2. and last week the corn growed at least a inch

flake


Dol level 4 week 30

Pledge


Fluency

Fluency

6 min. reading solution


Objectives day 1

Objectives day 1

Students will

recognize homophones.

Study Greek roots in words


Word structure day 1

Word Structure day 1

est

sad

poor

angry

quick

quickest

saddest

poorest

est

est

angriest

est

Line 1

earliest

est

worst

best

hungriest

est

hungry

early

Line 2

fierce

mild

active

Line 3

lazy

to

apart

part

Line 4

id

solid

sol

hol

low

hollow

together

ther


Word structure day 2

Line 2

earliest

est

worst

best

hungriest

est

early

hungry

Word Structure day 2

The words on this line are superlative adjectives or adverbs.

Two of the words are irregular superlatives. Which ones?

best, worst

Name the original adverb or adjectives that these superlative forms are based on.

Best: good or well

Worst: bad for adjective, or badly for adverb.


Building background

Building Background

  • What is a drought?

  • What happens to plants during a drought?

  • What happens to the soil?

  • Think about the previous lesson, “Immigrant Children,” which dealt with many people who came to the United States to set up farms.

  • How do you think their farms fared during the severe drought of the 1930s?

  • What do you think would happen if massive windstorms swept across dry, dusty land suffering from a drought?


Background information

Background Information

  • The word drought comes from an Old English word that means “to dry up.”

  • There were many droughts throughout our country’s history – in the 1730s, 1820s, and 1960, but none of them lasted as long or was as severe as the 1930s drought.

  • About two and a half million people left the Great Plains during the Dust Bowl periods. But three out of four farms in the Dust Bowl region decided to stay on their farms instead of moving.

  • The drought finally ended In the fall of 1939, when it rained for two days. In the 1940s, rainfall returned to normal levels, and farmers once again were able to grow an abundance of crops.


Vocabulary lesson 4

Vocabulary lesson 4

borders

locals

demand

Utah and Idaho border on each other.

We are all locals of Taylorsville

The demand is so large they can charge more money for it.

plural for border: An artificial line where one country or state ends and another begins.

plural for local: A person who has been living in a place for a long time.

the desire for a product or a service


Vocabulary lesson

Vocabulary lesson

era

ditches

desperate

We live in a computerized era.

Get a good education or you might have to dig ditches.

The bird is desperate for water.

plural of ditch: a long narrow pathway cut in the ground to drain water

ready to take large risks with little hope of success

a period in history; usually several years long


Dol level 4 week 30

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Purpose

Purpose

Big

Idea

How did machines get America moving?


Handing off

Handing Off

Did you grasp the following ideas:

  • The conditions that led to the Dust Bowl

  • What it was like to live under the terrible conditions of the Dust Bowl

  • Why the Great Depression made matters worse for the Dust Bowl farmers

  • Why many farmers left and where they went

  • How the migrant farmers were received in California and under what conditions they lived


Inquiry process day 2

Inquiry Process day 2

Collecting Facts and Ideas

Organize your notes in logical sequence Depending on the topic, you might want to order the information you have gathered chronologically. Or use a concept map.


Writing revising day 2

WritingRevising day 2

The way you organize information is important. You should place the paragraph that tells about your opinion at or near the end of the report so readers can first learn what the book is about, and then find out what the writer of the book review thinks of it.

Most book reviews follow the order the author of the book uses. This makes it easier for readers to follow the main events or ideas presented in the book.

Review the order of your paragraphs to make sure the way you are organized makes sense.


Objectives day 11

Objectives day 1

Students will

Learn about sentence tenses.

Learn how to correct run-on sentences and sentence fragments.

Learn about complex sentences.

Learn how to ask questions to find information.

Learn how to use an effective voice.


Grammar usage and mechanics vary sentence types day 2

Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics Vary Sentence Types Day 2

This is a sentence.

Write a sentence using a similar theme but more complex.


Spelling

Spelling


Spelling antonyms day 2

SpellingAntonyms day 2

Circle one of the words, and say it aloud. Pick a partner, who should circle the antonym and pronounce it aloud.

Continue with another set of partners.


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