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  1. Week 10 November 5th, 2013 Vocabulary Review for A Day’s Wait A Day’s Wait

  2. The plan…. • Objectives • Review • Barrio Boy • Vocabulary List B from A Day’s Wait • Vocabulary Practice • Evaluation • Listening Practice • Q & A Listening Practice Evaluation • Preview

  3. Objectives • Students will practice using context clues while developing vocabulary • Students will recall and identify key vocabulary from synonyms, definitions and antonyms • Students will practice and reinforce listening comprehension skills

  4. Review • Barrio Boy • Characters? • Narrator? • Setting? • Where? When? • What happened in the story?

  5. A Day’s Wait • absolutely adv. p 78 • frequently adv. p 73 • importance n. p 78 • influenza n. p 76 • menace n. p 71 • overcome v. p 73 • similar adj. p 73 • unnecessary adj. p 73

  6. Fill in the blanks with suitable words : 1. The --------------- explained how to build a birdhouse. 2. Ryan got himself in good -------------- for the big race. 3. The travel magazine had pictures of ---------- countries. 4.Spain is Pilar’s ---------------- country. 5. The --------------- weather spoiled our vacation. condition foreign miserable native instructions

  7. Fill in the blanks with suitable words : 1. Pollution is a ------------- to our environment because it can do a great deal of damage. 2. Katherine’s test scores this quarter are much higher, showing that she has made ----------. 3. Because their new home is in a safe neighborhood, the family feels -------------. 4. Anthony and William had ----------- T-shirts; it was hard to tell them apart. 5. We looked at the ------------ desserts and could not decide between apple pie and cheesecake. secure various progress menace similar

  8. Choose the correct meaning using context clues : 1. Brianna frequently takes the shortest way home, so she knows the route extremely well. 2. The team fought hard to overcomethe competition and win the game. rarely- happening often - always defeat - defend - play • 3. Alex has no doubt; he is absolutelycertain he aced the test . merely – somehow – completely

  9. Match words and their meanings: 1. We recognize the importanceof voting in the election 2. An umbrella is unnecessary on a sunny day. 3. Danielle thought she had influenza because she was coughing and sneezing and running a fever. A kind of illness Not needed needed High value Fun

  10. Progress Miserable Menace Various

  11. of different kind source of danger-threatening of another country alike safe defeat positive development

  12. Unscramble : Menace • 1. acenem • 2. emorevoc • 3. taveni • 4. ecurse • 5. iuvraos Overcome Native Secure Various

  13. Evaluation • Use the following words in a sentence • native • menace • overcome

  14. Listening Practice • Listen to the story A Day’s Wait • Answer the following questions • Who are the main characters? • Who is the narrator? • When and where does the story take place? • What are some of the major events in the story?

  15. Preview • In the next Literature Lesson we will Listen to the story and answer comprehension questions