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  1. Tier 2 Vocabulary

  2. contempt (noun) a feeling that someone or something is not worthy of respect or approval Example: The daughter felt contempt towards her mom after she embarrassed her in front of all her friends. Because he was stung by a bee, Jake feels ________ for all bees. dignity contempt What would make you feel contempt? _________ _________ flowers a bully teacher a bad tasting food the weather

  3. constraints (noun) something that limits or restricts someone or something Example: The student dealt with many constraints when working in his non-cooperative group. Road signs place ____________ on how fast you can drive. derision constraints Think about your experiences when working in groups. What constraints have you encountered? _______________________ _________________________ kids goofing around the weather only one person does the work not sharing work not enough information

  4. conscientious (adjective) being very careful about doing what you are supposed to do Example: The conscientious student was always prepared for class, was sure to double-check her work and worked hard to achieve her high scores. For his job interview, he was a _____________ dresser. contempt conscientious Create two synonyms and two antonyms for the word conscientious. synonyms: ___________ __________ antonyms: ___________ __________ indifferent careful particular careless

  5. derision (noun) the feeling people express when they criticize or laugh at something in an insulting Example: When the student mad an error, some other students snickered with derision. You should praise me for my actions rather than laugh in _________. discrimination derision Viewing the image to the right, explain how this is an example of derision. _______________________________________________________ The smaller man is laughing at the other person. The smaller man is helping the other man.

  6. Complete the sentences with the words below. The ____________ worker rechecked the calculations before sending the report. When the player missed making the basket, the other team laughed in __________. He felt _________ towards his friend when he shared their secret. My parents put _____________ on where I can go after school. contempt constraints conscientious derision

  7. Vocabulary Quiz Directions: Match the definition to the vocab word. something that limits or restricts someone or something contempt the feeling people express when they criticize or laugh at something in an insulting way constraints a feeling that someone or something is not worthy of respect or approval conscientious derision being very careful about doing what you are supposed to do