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Journeys: Unit 2. Lesson 6: How are performances similar and different from written stories?. Spelling: Short Uu Vocabulary Suffixes, -y , - ous Target Skill: Story Structure Elements of Drama Formal and Informal Language Infer/Predict Verbs Story: Invasion from Mars .

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Journeys unit 2

Journeys: Unit 2


Lesson 6 how are performances similar and different from written stories

Lesson 6: How are performances similar and different from written stories?

  • Spelling: Short Uu

  • Vocabulary

  • Suffixes, -y , -ous

  • Target Skill: Story Structure

    • Elements of Drama

    • Formal and Informal Language

    • Infer/Predict

  • Verbs

  • Story: Invasion from Mars


Lesson 6 spelling

Lesson 6 Spelling:

  • bunchclue

  • fruittrunk

  • argueamuse

  • crumbsuit

  • crewrude

  • tunetrust

  • juicedew

  • refusestuck

  • truthrescue

  • youngbrush

Challenge: computer, mustard, tissue, customer, attitude


Lesson 6 target vocabulary

Lesson 6 Target Vocabulary

  • alarmed: frightened and surprised

  • reacted: changed as a result of making contact with something else

  • convey: to communicate

  • daring: adventurous and unafraid

  • awe: a sense of wonder

  • luminous: brightly lit

  • indescribable: hard to describe

  • extraordinary: very unusual; remarkable

  • fade: to lose brightness or color

  • conferring: discussing with others


Lesson 6 suffix

Lesson 6: Suffix

  • A suffix is an affix added to the end of the word that changes the meaning of the word

  • Suffixes –y and –ous mean like, having, to some degree, somewhat, or full of.

  • Example: The wealthy king in the fairy tale had many chests filled with gold.

    • wealthy

      • wealth means riches

      • wealthy must mean full of wealth or having lots of wealth


Grammar verbs

Grammar: Verbs

  • a VERBis a word that shows ACTION

  • an ACTION VERB is a word that tells what a person/thing is doing

    • The girl sang very loudly.

      • What did the girl do? She SANG.

  • When a subject is a singular noun or he, she, or it – add an s to most verbs

  • If the verb ends with s, sh, ch, x, or x – add an es


Grammar verbs1

Grammar: Verbs

  • Some verbs are more than one word.

    • The MAIN VERB is the most important word

    • The HELPING VERB comes before the main verb

    • Example: Ryan iswriting a science fiction story.

      • writing = main verb

      • is = helping verb


Lesson 7 how are movies a form of communication

Lesson 7: How are movies a form of communication?

  • Spelling: /oo/, /oo/

  • Vocabulary

  • Greek/Latin word parts

    • phon, photo, graph, auto, tele

  • Target Skill: Fact and Opinion

    • Punctuation

  • Verb Tenses

  • Story: Coming Distractions: Questioning Movies


Lesson 7 spelling

Lesson 7 Spelling:

  • bloombrook

  • cookbookfoolish

  • toolbush

  • shampoocrooked

  • putbooth

  • woolraccoon

  • stoolhook

  • proofgroom

  • proveroof

  • groupsoup

Challenge: bulletin, cocoon, cushion, proofread, marooned


Lesson 7 target vocabulary

Lesson 7 Target Vocabulary

  • focus – concentrate on one thing

  • target – a goal

  • entertaining - enjoyable

  • angles – directions from which things are viewed

  • jolts – sudden, strong movements

  • thrilling - exciting

  • advertise – give information to sell something

  • promote – help to grow, improve

  • generated – brought about, produced

  • critics – judges of art, movies


Lesson 7 vocab strategies

Lesson 7 Vocab Strategies

ROOT/AFFIXMEANING

phon“sound”

photo“light”

graph “write” or “recording”

auto “self”

tele “far” or “distant”


Grammar verb tenses

Grammar: Verb Tenses

  • Verb tenses tell when the action takes place

  • Present tense: shows the action is happening now

    • The girl walks the dog.

  • Past tense: shows the action has already happened

    • The girl walked the dog.

  • Future tense: shows that the action will happen

    • The girl will walk the dog.

  • A helping verb (have, has, or had) comes before the main verb and tells more about what happened in the past. The past participle of a regular verb is used by adding –ed.

    • They have watched that movie three times.


Lesson 8 how do an artist s experiences affect his or her art

Lesson 8: How do an artist’s experiences affect his or her art?

  • Spelling

  • Vocabulary

  • Figurative Language

  • Target Skill: Understanding Characters

    • Theme

    • Point of View

  • Writing: Book Report

  • Progressive Tenses

  • Story: Me and Uncle Romie


Lesson 8 spelling

Lesson 8 Spelling

  • aloudhowl

  • baldfalse

  • hawkdawn

  • southallow

  • faucetdrown

  • proudpause

  • clawfault

  • towercause

  • stalkamount

  • couplecloudier

  • Challenge: applaud, foul, browse, gnaw, doubt


Lesson 8 target vocabulary

Lesson 8 Target Vocabulary

  • glorious - wonderful

  • studio – artist’s workroom

  • concerned - worried

  • model – small copy or version

  • smeared – messy or blurred

  • ruined - destroyed

  • yanked – pulled hard

  • streak – to move quickly

  • schedule – a set time for things to happen

  • feast – large meal


Grammar progressive tenses

Grammar: Progressive Tenses

  • Progressive forms of verbs shows actions that continue over time.

    • Present Progressive – action that happens over and over in the future

      • use helping verb (form of be) AND add –ing to main vern

        • He is playing.

    • Past Progressive – happened over and over in past

      • uses ‘was’ or ‘were’ has helping verbs

        • He was working.

    • Future Progressive – action that will happen over and over in future

      • - uses WILL BE as helping verb

        • He will be reading.


Lesson 9 what are some different ways to do research

Lesson 9: What are some different ways to do research?

  • Spelling: Vowel + /r/ sound

  • Vocabulary

  • Antonyms

  • Target Skill: Conclusions and Generalizations

    • Understanding Characters

    • Humor

  • Compound/Complex Sentences

  • Story: Dear Mr. Winston


Lesson 9 spelling

Lesson 9 Spelling

  • sparksharp

  • preparerear

  • cheerspare

  • teargear

  • scarfhairy

  • scarecompare

  • repairalarm

  • earringharsh

  • scarceupstairs

  • weirdsquare

  • Challenge: weary, startle, appear, barnacle, awareness


Lesson 9 target vocabulary

Lesson 9 Target Vocabulary

  • fault – a mistake

  • borrow – use for a while

  • reference – used for information

  • fainted – passed out

  • genuine – honest, real

  • local – in a nearby area

  • apologize – say “I’m sorry”

  • proof – showing truth

  • slimy – think and slippery

  • insisted – said firmly


Grammar compound complex sentences

Grammar: Compound/Complex Sentences

  • A compound sentence has 2 simple sentences joined together

    • joined by adding a comma and a conjunction (and, but, or so)

      • Ex: Some people read books, andothers talked quietly.

  • A complex sentence is made up of a simple sentence and a dependent clause

    • Dependent Clause - subject and predicate but NOT COMPLETE SENTENCE

    • Simple sentence and clause and joined together by a subordinating conjunction: after, although, because, before, until, if, since, and while

      • Ex: The snake slithered under a rock before the sun became too hot.


Lesson 10 what does it take to be a great performer

Lesson 10: What does it take to be a great performer?

  • Spelling: More Vowel + /r/ sounds

  • Vocab

  • Pronouns

  • Target Skill: Author’s Purpose

  • Story: Jose! Born to Dance


Lesson 10 spelling

Lesson 10 Spelling

  • learnworth

  • dirtyearly

  • wornreturn

  • sorepure

  • thirstworld

  • burnsearch

  • recordworse

  • curethirteen

  • boardsport

  • coursecurrent

  • Challenge: curious, thorough, earnest, portion, foreign


Lesson 10 target vocabulary

Lesson 10 Target Vocabulary

  • debut – first public appearance

  • stubborn – determined

  • permission – allow something

  • hauling – carrying; moving

  • mournful – sad

  • towered – taller than others

  • triumph – succeed

  • discouraged – hopeless

  • toured – took a sightseeing trip

  • border – boundary


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