BellringersA Wrinkle in Time Vocab. 2 February13-17
Monday, February 13 1. aloft -adverb–up high, upward 2. apprehension- noun– fear of what may be coming 3. curtsy- verb or noun – bow down as a show of respect 4. extinguish- verb – to put out; destroy 5. nondescript- adjective– hard to describe; having no outstanding features
Monday, February 13 –PRE-AP 1. aloft- adv. –up high, upward 2. apprehension-n. – fear of what may be coming 3. curtsy-n. or v. – bow down as a show of respect 4. extinguish-v. – to put out; destroy 5. nondescript-adj. – hard to describe; having no outstanding features 6. structure- The framework or organization of a literary work. Types include: fiction –chapter division, drama – acts, poetry –stanza 7. style- Each writer’s distinctive use of language. 8. suspense- Elements that make the reader uncertain or tense about the outcome.
Tuesday, February 14 6. reverberate –verb- to echo back; resound 7. summit –noun- highest point of a mountain 8. tentative –adj.- hesitant; not certain 9. triumphant – adj.-victorious; winning and proud 10. void –noun- empty space; nothingness
Tuesday, February 14- Pre-AP 9. reverberate –v- to echo back; resound 10. summit –n- highest point of a mountain 11. tentative –adj.- hesitant; not certain 12. triumphant – adj.-victorious; winning and proud 13. void –n- empty space; nothingness 14. symbol- Any object, person, place, or action that has both a meaning in itself and that stands for something larger than itself. Ex: A crown is a symbol of a king’s status and authority. 15. synecdoche - A form of a metaphor where part is used to represent the whole. Ex: Bob got a new set of wheels.
Wednesday, February 15 Match the synonyms to the vocabulary words. up, airborne, flying ______________ uncertain, cautious, hesitant ___________ smother, put out, quench _____________ ordinary, unremarkable, plain ____________
Thursday, February 16 Complete the sentence with the correct vocabulary word. Remember to write out the entire sentence. All of Queen Elizabeth’s guests made sure to __________ as she entered the room. The hikers took a picture after they reached the _________ of the mountain. I looked into the empty chip bag and saw a_________. Everything was eaten!
Thursday Checklist Turn in Bellwork and Homework Vocabulary Quiz Finish reading Chapter 4. Complete Study Guide for 3 and 4. Illustrations of planet Uriel.
Thursday, February 16 Match the synonyms (words that mean the same thing) to the vocabulary words. • worry, fear, nervousness ____________ • victorious, successful, proud__________ • ordinary, unremarkable, plain ____________