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Warm Up. What does the word elevate mean in the following sentence? The magician made the chair elevate in the air without using his hands. elephant move exit g o up Explain why you think so. Adventures in Writing.

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warm up
Warm Up
  • What does the word elevatemean in the following sentence?

The magician made the chair elevate in the air without using his hands.

  • elephant
  • move
  • exit
  • go up

Explain why you think so.

adventures in writing
Adventures in Writing
  • Page 10 – Write a descriptive paragraph about a bad day that you had. Give two details about this bad day. Tell what important lesson you learned from this bad day. Make sure you include the important parts of a paragraph. You will share your paragraph with the class at the end of the day!
scoring guide
Scoring Guide
  • 40 points – Description of a bad day
  • 20 points – Two details about this bad day
  • 20 points – Lesson learned from the bad day
  • 20 points – Parts of a paragraph (opening sentence, body, closing sentence)
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Have you ever had a bad day? I have! It happened when I was in the 7th grade at Nobel Middle School. I entered a race called the 10K. I was a pretty fast runner and I thought I could win. The race took place in some hills by my school. When the race started, I felt really confident and I was in the lead. However, I started noticing that some people were catching up, so I decided to take a short cut. The short cut was a steep slope down the side of the hill. Everything was fine until I lost my balance. I started tumbling down the rocky hill. I felt like it would never end! Finally, I came to a crashing stop. It was bad! I was so embarrassed and on top of that, I was all cut up. My face, my hands, my arms, my hips, and my legs were all bloody and scraped. Luckily, one nice kid who I didn’t even know helped me up. I limped over to the adult that was supervising and she walked me over to the emergency van. They told me that I was too hurt to continue the race. I was so upset. They drove me back to school in the van and I was put in last place. I was very disappointed because I was in the lead! That day I learned that it’s not a good idea to take short cuts. From that day on, whenever I run, I stay on the path, no matter what place I’m in. I hope I never have a bad day like that again!

scoring guide1
Scoring Guide
  • 40 points – Description of a bad day
  • 20 points – Two details about this bad day
  • 20 points – Lesson learned from the bad day
  • 20 points – Parts of a paragraph (opening sentence, body, closing sentence)