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  1. Vocabulary Lesson 1 (Notebooks: Vocabulary Section)

  2. Goal • You will learn the meaning of these new words: • substantial • implement • ecstatic

  3. 1. substantial (adjective) • Substantial means large in amount, size, or number. Examples: • A substantialnumber of CMS students ride the bus to school. • It costs a substantialamount of money to go to college. • Professional athletes spend a substantialamount of time practicing their skills.

  4. 1. substantial (adjective) • Practice: • Is your allowance substantial? • Do you spend a substantialamount of time on the internet? • Name something you want that costs a substantialamount of money. • Related Words: • substance • substantially

  5. 1. substantial (adjective) • Substantial means large in amount, size, or number.

  6. 2. implement (verb) • If you begin to do or use something, such as a plan, you implementit. Examples: • The teachers decided to implementa new responsibility ticket policy at CMS. • President Obama plans toimplementa new national health care policy. • Many schools are implementingprograms to improve student nutrition.

  7. 2. implement (verb) • Brainstorm: • If you were in charge, what policy would you implementto improve our school? • Related Words: • implements • implementing • implemented • implementation

  8. 2. implement (verb) • If you begin to do or use something, such as a plan, you implementit.

  9. 3. ecstatic (adjective) • If someone is very happy or excited, he/she is ecstatic. • Ms. Walters was ecstaticto learn she was voted Teacher of the Year. • The eighth graders were all ecstaticabout the Michigan Adventure trip. • I would be ecstaticif I won the lottery!

  10. 3. ecstatic (adjective) • Practice: Would you be ecstaticif… • Mr. Nellis announced there would be no math tests this year? • Your locker jammed? • You hear on the radio that Corunna has a snow day? • Mrs. Robertson announced pop quiz? • Related Words: • ecstatically • ecstasy

  11. 3. ecstatic (adjective) • If someone is very happy or excited, he/she is ecstatic.

  12. Review • substantial • implement • ecstatic

  13. Vocabulary Lesson 2 (Notebooks: Vocabulary Section)

  14. Review • substantial (adjective) • Professional athletes spend a substantial amount of time practicing. • large in size or amount • implement (verb) • CMS teachers decided to implement a new responsibility ticket policy. • to begin to do or use something • ecstatic (adjective) • I would be ecstatic if I won the lottery. • very happy or excited

  15. New this week: • You will learn the meaning of these new words: • ingenious • charitable • cognizant

  16. 4. ingenious (adjective) • Ingeniousmeans very smart or clever. Examples: • This book has an ingeniousplot. • The restaurant Panera Bread came up with aningenious way to help people in need. • Sherlock Holmes was aningenious detective.

  17. 4. ingenious (adjective) • Practice: • There have been many ingeniousinventions in technology. With your partner, brainstorm as many as you can think of that you use in your life. • Related Words: • ingenuity • ingeniously • genius

  18. 4. ingenious (adjective) • Ingeniousmeans very smart or clever.

  19. 5. charitable (adjective) • Charitable means done or designed to help people in need. Examples: • The C5 Club is a charitable organization. • The owner of Panera Bread says he has always been a charitable person. • Every year CMS makes a charitable donation to the Red Cross through our canned food drive.

  20. 5. charitable (adjective) • Practice: Are the following actions charitable? • …volunteering at a soup kitchen? • …studying for your science test? • …shoveling snow for a neighbor? • …cheering on your team at a football game? • Related Words: • charity • charitably • uncharitable • uncharitably

  21. 5. charitable (adjective) • Charitable means done or designed to help people in need.

  22. 6. cognizant (adjective) • Cognizant means aware of something. Examples: • Teenagers should be cognizantof the dangers of energy drinks. • She was cognizantof the challenges of taking an AP course. • It is important to be cognizantof the needs of those around you.

  23. 6. cognizant (adjective) • Practice: What should a new sixth grader at CMS be cognizant of? Brainstorm with your partner. • Related Words: • cognizance • incognizant • cognition • recognition • cognitive

  24. 6. cognizant (adjective) • Cognizant means aware of something.

  25. Review • substantial • implement • ecstatic • ingenious • charitable • cognizant

  26. Vocabulary Lesson 3 (Notebooks: Vocabulary Section)

  27. Review • substantial • implement • ecstatic • ingenious • charitable • cognizant

  28. 7. incentive (noun) • An incentiveis something that encourages a person to do something. Examples: • For many people, the chance of getting a raise is a powerful incentive. • CR3 celebrations are an incentivefor CMS students to save their responsibility tickets. • The business offered a “buy one get one free” as an incentivefor new customers.

  29. 7. incentive (noun) • Practice: As a student, what are some incentivesfor you to get good grades? Brainstorm with your partner. • Related Words: • incentives • disincentive

  30. 7. incentive (noun) • An incentiveis something that encourages a person to do something.

  31. 8. penchant (noun) • Apenchant is a strong liking for something or a strong tendency to behave in a certain way. Examples: • Mrs. Rawlins has a penchantfor caramel lattes. • The Detroit Lions used to have a penchantfor losing. • Her penchantfor mathematics helped her become an engineer.

  32. 8. penchant (noun) • Practice: Complete the sentence with something you really like or tend to do: I have a penchantfor ______________. • Related Words: • penchants

  33. 8. penchant (noun) • A penchantis a strong liking for something or a strong tendency to behave in a certain way.

  34. 9. exacerbate (verb) • If you exacerbatea bad situation or problem, you make it worse. Examples: • When the student was in trouble, heexacerbatedthe situation by lying to Mr. Moeller. • More people buying cars only exacerbatesour air pollution. • Eating a bean burrito will likely exacerbateyour flatulence.

  35. 9. exacerbate (verb) Practice: • Would spreading rumors about your ex-best friend exacerbatethe problem? • Does facebook (or video games) exacerbateyour procrastination? • Will studying harder exacerbateyour bad grades? • Related Words: • exacerbates • exacerbating • exacerbation

  36. 9. exacerbate (verb) • If you exacerbatea bad situation or problem, you make it worse.

  37. Vocabulary Lesson 4 (Notebooks: Vocabulary Section)

  38. Review • substantial • implement • ecstatic • ingenious • charitable • cognizant • incentive • penchant • exacerbate

  39. New this week: • You will learn the meaning of these new words: • citation • seize • wary

  40. 10. citation (noun) • A citationis • an official order to appear in court, -OR- • the quoting of a book or author Examples: • My dad received a citationfor speeding. • The hunter was issued a citationfor hunting after hours. • Alexis included citationsin her history report.

  41. 10. citation (noun) Practice: • Have any of your friends or family received citationsfor driving? • Ex: “My __________ received a citationfor _________.” • Related Words: • cite • cited • citations • citatory

  42. 10. citation (noun) • A citationis • an official order to appear in court, -OR- • the quoting of a book or author

  43. 11. seize (action verb) • To seize something means to take it in a forceful or eager way. Examples: • Authorities seizedthe poacher’s weapons. • The army seizedcontrol of the city. • Seizingthe opportunity, she introduced herself to the famous film director. • Seizethe day! (Do things today instead of waiting for later)

  44. 11. seize (action verb) Practice: Yes or no? Would you be seizing something if… • You grabbed your friend’s agenda without asking? • You suddenly took the lead in the last lap of the race? • You asked Mrs. Rawlins if you could please have a Tootsie Roll? • You snatched the Tootsie Roll jar and ran out of the classroom? • Your sister asked you to pass the salt and you said no? • She took it when you weren’t looking? • Related Words: • seizing • seizes • seized • seizure

  45. 11. seize (action verb) • To seizesomething means to take it in a forceful or eager way.

  46. 12. wary (adjective) • To be warymeans to not have complete trust in someone or something. Examples: • You should be wary of any offer that promises you something for free. • The store owner kept a waryeye on the man in the trench coat. • At first, the students were wary of the new teacher.

  47. 12. wary (adjective) Partner Practice: • Using the word wary, come up with a caption for this picture: • Related Words: • warily • wariness

  48. 12. wary (adjective) • To be warymeans to not have complete trust in someone or something.

  49. Review • citation • seize • wary Quiz Friday over 1-12!

  50. Vocabulary Lesson 5 (Notebooks: Vocabulary Section)