Unit :4 Week:4 Cycling Main story: Major Taylor champion cyclist
Genre • Biographical Sketch- Tells the story of a specific period of a person’s life written by another person.
Strategy • Make Inferences and Analyze • -Makin inferences is using story clues and prior knowledge to make logical decisions about story events and characters’ actions that are not directly stated.
Skill • Fact and Opinion • -You should think about what you have read in order to determine if the statement can be proved true (a fact), or if it is a statement of personal belief (an opinion).
Spectators: Definition : people who observe . The spectators cheered for their team.
Demonstration: Definition:something that provides clearly in explaining or showing of. sentance: It’s a thrill when scientists prove a new theory in a demonstration.
Prominent: Definition: well known or important. Sentence: Mr. Ellis and Mr. Talbot are prominent community leaders.
Luxury: Something that adds to someone’s comfort or pleasure but is not really necessary. A yacht is a luxury that most of us cannot afford.
Prevail: Sentence: Colds still prevail in our school in the winter. Definition: To be greater in power or influence.
Maneuvered Definition: Swiveled away from something. Sentence: Jackson maneuvered away from the dog.
Collective: Definition: relating to, or done by a group of people or things; united. The book was written through a collective effort.
Adept Sentence: Bonnie is adept on the balance beam in gymnastics. Definition: Highly skilled; expert This power point was done by: Madyson Pomeroy
Selection Words • Crackerjack: of exceptional quality or ability • Velodrome: from the French, a track designed for c ycling