Download
aero and officer mike n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Aero and Officer Mike PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Aero and Officer Mike

Aero and Officer Mike

433 Views Download Presentation
Download Presentation

Aero and Officer Mike

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Aero and Officer Mike Robust Vocabulary Grade 3 Theme 2 Lesson 7

  2. Aero and Officer Mike Robust Vocabulary Day1 After reading pages 196 -197 and Read-Aloud anthology, Animals and Their Trainers

  3. babble • Have you ever wished you could babbleto a baboon?

  4. babble • If you babble, you say words that cannot be understood.

  5. Say the word babble

  6. babble • What will babble - a baby for a few months or an actor? • Explain.

  7. Name the word • If you say words that can not be understood, you …

  8. suspicious • The trainers became suspicious of the dolphin.

  9. suspicious • If you think someone cannot be trusted, you are suspicious of him or her.

  10. Say the word suspicious

  11. suspicious • What might make Mr. Smith suspicious – when his garbage can was tipped over every day or when his mail was delivered every day? Explain.

  12. Name the word • If you think someone can not be trusted, then you are …

  13. Practice/Apply • What would it sound like to babble? • Have you ever heard someone babble in their sleep? What did they say?

  14. Practice/Apply • What might make you suspicious of someone? • What would that person do or say to make you feel suspicious?

  15. Aero and Officer Mike Robust Vocabulary Day 2

  16. scent • A scent is the smell of something.

  17. Say the word scent

  18. scent • Is a scent something you can touch or something you can smell?

  19. wanders • A person who wanders travels without planning where he or she is going.

  20. Say the word wanders

  21. wanders • How does someone who wanders move?

  22. whined • If someone or something whined, it gave a long, high cry.

  23. Say the word whined

  24. whined • What creature or object have you heard that whined?

  25. obey • When you obey, you do what you are told to do.

  26. Say the word obey

  27. obey • What is something that you have to obey?

  28. demonstrate • When you demonstrate something you show how it works or how it is done.

  29. Say the word demonstrate

  30. demonstrate • If I demonstrate something for you, what am I doing?

  31. patrol • People patrol an area to watch over and guard it.

  32. Say the word patrol

  33. patrol • Who would you expect to patrol over a neighborhood?

  34. Expand Word Meaning • After reading pages 198 – 199.

  35. scent • Why do you think a dog can smell a scent after a person is gone?

  36. wanders • How far away can a dog see something that wanders by?

  37. whined • How could a dog hear a child who whined?

  38. obey • What commands might a dog learn to obey?

  39. demonstrate • What is a skill a dog could demonstrate?

  40. patrol • Why would a police officer want to patrol with a dog?

  41. Word Detective • Your mission this week is to look for the Robust Vocabulary Words on signs and in advertisements. • Each time you read a Robust Vocabulary Word, write it in your reading notebook. Don’t forget to tell where you found the word.

  42. After reading main selection, Aero and Officer Mike, pages 200 – 217. accompany • Aero can accompany Officer Mike anywhere he goes.

  43. accompany • When you accompany someone, you go someplace with him or her.

  44. Say the word accompany

  45. accompany • Where might children accompany their parents – to the grocery store, or to an adult-only event?

  46. Name the word • When you go some place with someone, you …. them.

  47. competent • Aero is the most competentdog I have ever seen.

  48. competent • If you are competent, you are good at what you are doing.

  49. Say the word competent

  50. competent • Who has to be especially competent– a doctor performing check ups or a garbage collector? Explain.