DOL level 4 week 7. Analogy solid: liquid – freeze : _________ ice : glacier – water: ________ 1. has brians friend ate a orange for lunch 2. the students knowed there multiplication facts good. melt. river. Pledge. Fluency. 6 min. reading solution. Objectives. Students will
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1. has brians friend ate a orange for lunch
2. the students knowed there multiplication facts good
6 min. reading solution
Root word, suffixed –ly and-ness
Prefixed re-, un-, and en-
Spelling changes with suffixes;
Suffixed –y, -ful, and -less
Verb endings –ed and –ing;
noun-pluralizing ending –s/-es
. Compound word
The tiger pursued its prey.
The cat sat idly on the porch.
not doing anything
I can’t cover enough ground fast enough to catch it.
to travel over
concealed (k nsēld’)
“I would give anything to be delivered from this mess!”.
The trees were concealed by the mist.
to save (past tense)
to hide (past tense)
He shuddered at the thoughts of being alone in the woods at night.
to shake with horror (past tense)
My dog is gnawing on his bone.
This obviously would not be easy.
in a way that is easy to see
circumstances (sûrk mstants’z)
Under the circumstances, they made a great team.
the way things are at the moment
nudged (nujd )
Cheri nudged Jasmine with her elbow.
A star plunged from its place in the sky and disappeared from sight.
to push slightly
She could not get over how brilliant the stars looked once they left the city..
concerned (k nsûrnd’)
I’m really concerned about our new business.
“What’s so funny?” Miguel asked tensely.
feeling emotional strain
She will strive to be a good dancer.
to work to get something
Have you seen a hippopotamus?
How does it look?
How does it sound
Tone: Use a happy voice for the first ending
Use a sad voice for the second ending
Use an amused voice for the third ending.
Close your eyes as you read and picture in your minds what the hippo is doing.
Rhythm and Language: Sing-songy
What effect did the made-up language have on the poem?
Illustrations: How does the hippo look with wings attached to it? How does this illustration add to the poem’s feeling of silliess? Look at the hippo’s facial expression. How do you think he is feeling?
Creating an ad serves a real purpose.
Brainstorm ideas for a product or service to sell.
If customer x buys this product.
Then he or she will have whiter teeth