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DOL level 4 week 10. Analogy true : untrue – sense : __________ 2. _____ 1. ms winkler will learn you to red and sing songs to 2. jack aint going to go fishing with jason and i. nonsense. :. -. :. Pledge. Fluency. 6 min. reading solution.

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dol level 4 week 10
DOL level 4 week 10
  • Analogy
  • true : untrue – sense : __________

2. _____

1. ms winkler will learn you to red and sing songs to

2. jack aint going to go fishing with jason and i






6 min. reading solution

objectives day 1
Objectives day 1

Students will

Understand that Latin roots plus aaffixes are used to form English words.

  • Learn that affixes add to or change the meanings of root words.
word structure day 1
Word Structure day 1

Line 1

Line 2

Line 3

Line 4

word structure day 11
Word Structure day 1
  • The words in this line share the Latin root act, which means “do”.
  • What does the suffix –or and the prefix en- means?
  • Suffix –or means “one who?
  • Prefix en- means “to cause to be”

Skills Practice 1 pg. 77-78

Line 1

word structure day 12
Word Structure day 1
  • The words in this line contain Latin roots
  • Scribe is a Latin root that means “to write”.
  • Transcribe means “to copy something.”
  • Describe means “to explain.”
  • Subscribe means “to promise to give money regularly”
  • Scribble means ‘to write messily.

Line 4

vocabulary lesson 2



She decided to release the fish.

He would eventually get better.

Vocabulary lesson 2

To let loose

Sooner or later



Coal and oil are types of fuels.

He could run a long time because of his energy.

Something that gives energy as it is burned or eaten

The power to do work

vocabulary lesson 2 page 150



She stored her sewing stuff in the closet

The soldier got transferred to Iraq.

Vocabulary lesson 2page 150

Past tense of transfer: to move from one place to another

Put away for future use



The bottle contains liquid vitamins.

The eagle began to soar above the trees.

Present tense of contain: to hold

To fly high

developing oral language
Developing Oral Language

The lid to the gas tank was not removable.

  • Identify the word with the prefix, suffix, and the Latin root.
  • Decode the meaning of the word based on your knowledge of each word part.


developing oral language1
Developing Oral Language

The girl could not memorize her lines.

  • Identify the word with the Latin root and a suffix.
  • Think of other words you can form using the suffix –ize, which means “to make.”


developing oral language2
Developing Oral Language

The inventor liked to use natural items in her products.

  • Try to identify the words with suffixes.
  • Think of other words that have these suffixes in them.

Inventor, liked

writing describing how to do something
WritingDescribing How to Do Something

Remember to use transition words.

Keep each step in sequential order.


Students will

  • Learn about the different types of sentences.
  • Learn about the use of quotation marks and punctuation.
  • Learn how to use colons and semicolons.
  • Learn how to summarize and organize information.
  • Learn how to listen for information
grammar summarizing and organizing information
GrammarSummarizing and Organizing Information

What is the selection “Energy Makes Things Happen” about?

By pointing out what the story is about, you are summarizing.

A summary contains only main ideas and important details to organize and remember information,

What kinds of energy are there?

What are fuels?

How do they work?

How is energy connected to the sun?

Where does energy go?