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CLASS DISCUSSION. From School Spirit by Johanna Hurwitz. Preteaching presentation by Carol Harms, JSD 171, Orofino, ID Level 6, unit 3, lesson 2. When Mr. Flores hands out a flyer to his sixth-grade class announcing that the school board is considering

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CLASS

DISCUSSION

From School Spirit

by Johanna Hurwitz

Preteaching presentation by Carol Harms,

JSD 171, Orofino, ID

Level 6, unit 3, lesson 2

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When Mr. Flores hands out a flyer to

his sixth-grade class announcing that

the school board is considering

shutting down the school, the students

sit up and take notice. They point

out that their school has a history and

a place in the community

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Spurred on by Mr. Flores, they

recognize that their feelings about

the school are so strong that they

want to save it.

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Genre: Realistic Fiction

  • Characters behave as real people or animals.
  • Settings are real or could be real.
  • Events could happen in real life.
  • Conflicts are similar to those of real life.
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accompany

to go along with

These people are accompanying each other

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anonymously

not revealing one’s identity

Example: The gift was given

anonymously. No one knows

who gave it.

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continuity

a sense of continuing over time

Grandma, mom, and Susan

all bake pie the same way.

The recipe has shown

continuity.

The workers aim for continuity.

They try to make the product the

same way every time.

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incorporate

bring together, include

The florist was

able to incorporate

many flowers in

this boquet.

The cyclist found a way to

incorporate, or bring together,

his favorite colors on his bike and

uniform.

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ally

a person who joins a group out of

a common purpose

The United States was an ally of several

other countries in World War II when we

fought against the Germans and Japanese together.

We found an ally in Linda.

She worked with us to

complete the report.

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proposed intended

planned aimed

These words are synonyms.

They have similar meanings.

All these words express having a

goal or purpose.

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frostbite = _______ + ________

dragonfly = _______+ _______

silverware = ________+ _______

shipwreck = _______+ _________

Compounds words are words made

up of two or more root words. Can

you find the roots for each word?

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arduously slightly anonymously

especially

What are the roots and suffixes for these

words?

The suffix -ly usually chagnes a word into an

adjective (describes a noun) or an

adverb (describe a verb)

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The teacher was friendly, kind,

and helpful.

Which two words in this sentence are

synonyms?

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The outcome of the election

was hotly debated.

What is the compound word in this sentence?

What does debated describe in this sentence?

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Make a synonym chain: each person

adds a synonym to the list for the

following word. Try to come up

with at least ten synonyms.

Hot…...

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Making Inferences

An inference is based on

information from the story

and on personal experience

and knowledge.

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For example:

Mrs. Harms was cooking at the

stove. Suddenly she screamed,

grabbed her hand, and rushed to the

sink to put her hand in cold water.

Your information from the story is that

she screamed, grabbed her hand, put cold

water on it. Your experience and knowledge

tells you that a stove is hot, it is possible to get

burned, and that you should put cold water on burns.

You infer: She burned her hand.

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Did you know there is a

whole series of books?

  • Juvenile Series and Sequels
    • Title: Edison-Armstrong School

1 Class Clown Johanna Hurwitz

2 Teacher's Pet Johanna Hurwitz

3 Class President Johanna Hurwitz

4 School's Out Johanna Hurwitz

5 School Spirit Johanna Hurwitz

6 Starting School Johanna Hurwitz