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Founders of the Children’s Rain Forest. Unit 1: Cooperation and Competition. By: Katrina Feickert Charles Mack Elementary, EGUSD. Word Knowledge. hot cold more less cheap expensive. What do these words have in common?. Can you think of any other antonyms for these words?.

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Founders of the children s rain forest l.jpg

Founders of the Children’s Rain Forest

Unit 1: Cooperation and Competition

By: Katrina Feickert Charles Mack Elementary, EGUSD


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Word Knowledge

  • hot

  • cold

  • more

  • less

  • cheap

  • expensive

What do these words have in common?

Can you think of any other antonyms for these words?


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Word Knowledge

  • oxygen

  • explained

  • expected

  • expression

What do these words have in common?

/ks/ sound spelled x. Note that this sound is always preceded by a short vowel.


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Word Knowledge

  • twitching

  • watch

  • latch

  • itch

What do these words have in common?

These words contain the /ch/ sound spelled tch. Can you think of other words?


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Word Knowledge

  • minute

  • pasture

  • rabbit

  • jungle

  • tropical

What do these words have in common?

Review of the short /a/, /o/, /i/, and /u/.


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Word Knowledge: Sentence

  • The swimmer expected to need more oxygen under water.

Identify the words with the /ks/ sound.

expected and oxygen


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Word Knowledge: Sentence

  • The fire was hot, but the air was cold.

Scorching and freezing

Identify the antonyms in this sentence. Come up with additional antonym pairs and use them in the sentence.


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Word Knowledge: Sentence

  • I watched the twitching tail of my cat.

Identify words with the /ch/ sound spelled tch.

Watched and twitched


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Word Knowledge: Sentence

  • Some scientists study in a tropical setting, like a jungle in South America.

What words contain the short /o/ and /u/ sound?

study, tropical, and jungle


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Analogies

  • Analogies are used to compare the relationships between two words.

  • hot : cold :: go : stop

    • Hot is to cold as go is to stop

  • In this case hot and cold have the same relationship as go and stop, both sets of words are antonyms.

  • More : a lot :: rabbit : _____

bunny


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Syllabication

  • ex•pens•ive

  • ox•y•gen

  • ex•plained

  • ex•pect•ed

  • trop•i•cal

  • min•ute

  • pas•ture

  • twitch•ing

  • jun•gle

  • rab•bit


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