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By: Jacqueline Woodson

Growing Up

Theme 3, Selection 2, Day 1

Taught By: Mrs. Williams


Genre


Peak Experience


Daydreaming

v.  To think in a dreamy way, often about things one wishes would come true. Because Cho was daydreaming, he did not hear my question.   


Desolate

adj.  Having few or no inhabitants; deserted. The car ran out of gas on a desolate stretch of highway. 


Express

v.  To put into words; to communicate. Toddlers express their feelings through words, noises, and actions.


Previous

adj.  Occurring before something else in time or order.

The professor had explained the rule in a previous lecture.


Relieve

v.  To aid, to help.

A cool washcloth might relieve the pain of your headache.


Stoop

n.  A small porch, staircase, or platform leading to the entrance of a house or building. Our family sits on the stoop of our building on warm nights. 


Illegible

adj.  not able to be read. The students writing was illegible, so he got a “F” on the paper.


Double-Dutch

n.  A jump rope game that uses two jump ropes.

The kids were playing double-dutch at recess.


Key City Life Vocabulary

  • daydreaming

    • Thinking in a dreamy way, often about what you wish will come true.

  • desolate

    • Having few or no inhabitance, deserted.

  • express

    • To put into words; communicate.

  • previous

    • Occurring before something else.

  • relieve

    • To aid; to help.

  • stoop

    • A small porch or staircase leading to the entrance of a house or building.

  • illegible

    • Not able to be read.

  • double-dutch

    • A jump rope game that uses two ropes.


PB p. 216

Last Summer …


By: Jacqueline Woodson

Growing Up

Theme 3, Selection 2, Day 2

Taught By: Mrs. Williams


Key City Life Vocabulary

  • daydreaming

    • Thinking in a dreamy way, often about what you wish will come true.

  • desolate

    • Having few or no inhabitance, deserted.

  • express

    • To put into words; communicate.

  • previous

    • Occurring before something else.

  • relieve

    • To aid; to help.

  • stoop

    • A small porch or staircase leading to the entrance of a house or building.

  • illegible

    • Not able to be read.

  • double-dutch

    • A jump rope game that uses two ropes.


Extreme Partner Reading


By: Jacqueline Woodson

Growing Up

Theme 3, Selection 2, Day 3

Taught By: Mrs. Williams


Key City Life Vocabulary

  • daydreaming

    • Thinking in a dreamy way, often about what you wish will come true.

  • desolate

    • Having few or no inhabitance, deserted.

  • express

    • To put into words; communicate.

  • previous

    • Occurring before something else.

  • relieve

    • To aid; to help.

  • stoop

    • A small porch or staircase leading to the entrance of a house or building.

  • illegible

    • Not able to be read.

  • double-dutch

    • A jump rope game that uses two ropes.


Types of Fiction


Coach pgs. 27-30


Skill Bridge (Genre) pgs. 8-11


By: Jacqueline Woodson

Growing Up

Theme 3, Selection 2, Day 4

Taught By: Mrs. Williams


Key City Life Vocabulary

  • daydreaming

    • Thinking in a dreamy way, often about what you wish will come true.

  • desolate

    • Having few or no inhabitance, deserted.

  • express

    • To put into words; communicate.

  • previous

    • Occurring before something else.

  • relieve

    • To aid; to help.

  • stoop

    • A small porch or staircase leading to the entrance of a house or building.

  • illegible

    • Not able to be read.

  • double-dutch

    • A jump rope game that uses two ropes.


Coach (Theme) pgs. 78-81


Skill Bridge (Theme) pgs. 60-63


Poetic Power

  • With your shoulder partner, read pages 294-297 from your text using the skills mentions in the yellow column on the left of page 294. When you are finished discuss these questions with your partner and write your answers in complete sentences on a piece of lined paper.

1. What important qualities does Nikki Giovanni think a poet should have?

3. Why do you think she wrote a book about the Harlem Renaissance especially for young readers?

4. How do Nikki Geovanni’s feelings about poetry compare to those of Margaret?

2. Why does Nikki Geovanni find people to be the most interesting topic for her writing?


Last Summer With Maizon :

Story Frames


By: Jacqueline Woodson

Growing Up

Theme 3, Selection 2, Day 5

Taught By: Mr. Williams


Weekly Skills Test

  • Make sure your name, date, and assignment are written clearly on the top left of the paper.

  • Turn your test paper to me and put your answer key in the reading basket.

  • Finish your Mountain Language.

  • Finish any other unfinished work.


Word Sort


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