Unit 19, Lesson 7 February 9, 2011
1. Listening for Word Parts: Prefixes • Look for prefixes: • Fore-, mid-, mis-, over- • 1. Midbrain 6. Foreman • 2. Foresee 7. Overboard • 3. Overcoat 8. Midyear • 4. Mislaid 9. Misgiving • 5. Oversleep 10. Forecast
2. Review: Prefixes • A base word is a word that can stand alone and does not have a prefix or suffix. • Prefixes and suffixes are affixes- meaningful word parts that can be added to base words. • Prefixes are added to the beginnings of words and extend or modify the words’ meanings.
2. Build It: Words with Prefixes • Use the prefixes (fore-, mid-, mis-, over-) and the base words (see, cast, land, hand, spend, use, size, step) to make new words • Divide your paper into 4 columns • Place the prefixes at the top of those columns and write the new words under the correct prefix • Example to follow
Fore- Mid- Mis- Over- Oversee Foresee Midland Miscast Overcast Forecast Midsize Overland Misspend Overhand Forehand Misuse Overspend Misstep Overcast Overuse Oversize Overstep
2. Build It: Words with Prefixes • Please turn to workbook page R70 (be sure it says PREFIXES at the top of the page) • Locate the columns • Fore-, Mid-, Mis-, Over- • Choose two examples from the previous exercise and place them into the correct columns
Fore- Mid- Mis- Provide two examples for each Syllable Types! They can be found using the previous exercise. Please ask if you REALLY REALLY need help. Workbook Page R70 Over-
2. Word Fluency • Please record your trials on page R42 • Unit 19 • Lesson 7 • 2.9.11
3. Vocabulary Focus • Please turn to workbook page C4 • Locate the highlighted words and their definitions at the bottom of the pages • Mind, subject, subject, gesture, prodigy, signify, blurred • Read and discuss the words and their definitions • Clarify the meanings in the context
3. Use the Clues • Read lines 40-47 • Look at Use the Clues A on page C5 • Follow the directions to clarify the meaning of the phrase: • Fits of fantasy
Workbook Page C5 Daydreaming, or his mind wanders away from real life
3. Use the Clues • Read lines 74-83 • Look at Use the Clues B on page C7 • Follow the directions to clarify the meaning of the phrase: • Accidently on purpose
Workbook Page C5 Makes it seem like an accident, but did it intentionally
3. Use the Clues • Read lines 203-206 • Look at Use the Clues A on page C11 • Follow the directions to clarify the meaning of the phrase: • Give someone else a break
Workbook Page C5 Allow someone else to win
3. Expression of the Day • Just between you and me • Definition: don’t tell anyone else • Example: • Just between you and me, we’re going to surprise him for his birthday.
4. Review: Nouns, Adjectives, and Verbs • Words in English have different functions, or jobs. • Nouns are words that name people, places, things, and ideas. • Adjectives are words that describe nouns or pronouns. They tell which one? what kind? or how many? • Verbs are words that describe action (wait, float) or a state of being (is, were). Verbs show time. They can be regular or irregular. • EXAMPLE • He painted the boat. Painted used as a verb • A painted boat floated on the lake. Painted as an adjective.
4. Identify It: Words in Text • Please turn to workbook page C4 • Read the directions in the margin for Identify It: Words in Text • Locate and read the first highlighted word, subject, on page C4, and its definition at the bottom of the page • Read the sentence on page C4 in which subject is highlighted • Decide if subject is being used as a noun, verb, or adjective • Write A (adjective), N (noun), or V (verb) above the words • Repeat this for only the highlighted words
V Workbook Page C4 DIRECTIONS: A
V Workbook Page C9 Workbook Page C11 N
5. Instructional Text: Raymond’s Run • Before you read • This is a fiction story (not real) • Keep in mind: we will be doing a character analysis, so be aware of the characters and highlight or underline things about them as you read • As you read (the story is on page C4 in your workbook or page 21 in your hardcover) • In the margin, there are directions and for what to do- PLEASE READ!! • Ask if you have questions
Workbook Page C4 Directions: Identify the main character and write about the main character on the lines below Underline words or phrases that describes Squeaky Draw a box around words or phrases that describe the setting
6. Spotlight on Characters • After you read the story • Character: a person, animal, or thing who takes part in the story • Trait: an attribute describing the character • Evidence from Text: examples of a character’s trait found in the text • In the Text: examples found directly from the text • Inferred: examples inferred from what was stated in the text • Explanation: explanation of how the evidence relates to the character’s trait
EXAMPLE: Squeaky caring - takes care of Raymond Handout