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  1. Unit 22, Lesson 10 November 30, 2010

  2. 2. Content Mastery • Content Mastery page 30 • Spelling Posttest 2 • Directions • Listen to the sentence, write it down word for word • Circle the words your teacher says to circle

  3. Content Mastery Page 26 • Attributes • 1. eagle: ________ as ________: fur • C- wings, A- beagle • 2. table:________ as cabinet:__________ • B-legs, D- handle • 3. grapes:_______ as ________:red • A-purple, B-apple • 4. breakfast: _________ as dinner:_________ • C- morning, A-evening • 5. airplane:_________ as bicycle:_________ • B-propeller, A- pedal 3. Grading Content Masteries

  4. 3. Grading Content MasteriesContent Mastery Page 27 • 1. D • 2. C • 3. I • 4. B • 5. J • 6. F • 7. H • 8. E • 9. G • 10. A

  5. 4. Grading Content MasteriesContent Mastery Page 28 (top) • 1. I ran into an old school friend. Phrasal Verb: ran into Definition: met • 2. We puzzled over the clues in the mystery. Phrasal Verb: puzzled over Definition: pondered about • 3. Please fill out the form accurately. Phrasal Verb: fill out Definition: complete • 4. You can pick out your favorite food. Phrasal Verb: pick out Definition: choose • 5. My brother made up an excuse when he was late. Phrasal Verb: made up Definition: invented

  6. 4. Grading Content MasteriesContent Mastery Page 28 (bottom) • 6. The boy was curious about the crime. Predicate Adjective • 7. The police caught Stockton in the building. Direct Object • 8.Larry’s father was an inspector. Predicate Nominative • 9.Larry was nervous when the police arrived. Predicate Adjective • 10. The thief stole jewels from the store. Direct Object

  7. 4. Grading Content MasteriesContent Mastery Page 29 , , • 11. The building was completed on Saturday July 3 1993. • 12. Our school’s address is 25 Lincoln Road Concord PA 22222. • 13. My sister disguised herself came to the party alone and surprised everyone. • 14. We study biology math chemistry English and history • 15. Wednesday June 11 2006 was the last day of their project. , , , , , , , , , , ,

  8. 5. Instructional Text: “The Disappearing Man” • Please turn to page C5 • Describe the characters in the story • Recall the clues that helped Larry identify the thief in “The Disappearing Man” • Please turn to page 187-188 in your workbook • Underline the correct answer as we discuss the questions

  9. 5. Answer It 1. D 2. C 3. C 4. B 5. A

  10. 6. Write It: Descriptive Paragraph • To write a descriptive paragraph, you should start off with a strong topic sentence. • The topic sentence should: • Include one main idea or descriptive statement about the place or setting • Grab the reader by stating the main idea in an interesting way • Example: • The house two houses down from mine gives me the creeps.

  11. 6. Write It: Descriptive Paragraph • Take out your notebooks or a sheet of paper • Review your list of imagined details for the setting in “The Disappearing Man” from Lesson 9, and identify a main idea that unites all or most of them • Write a topic sentence that includes the main idea about the setting you have imagined for the “The Disappearing Man” • Consult your list to select details to include in your paragraphs • Write four to five additional sentences that support the main idea and give specific details about the setting • Read your descriptive paragraph to another person • Save it