Unit 20, Lesson 7. March 7, 2011. W. A. L. T. Determine vowel digraphs with at least 80% accuracy Determine the different sound/spelling patterns of vowel digraphs at least 8 of 10 trials successfully Determine predicate nominatives in sentences at least 4 of 5 trials
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Choose two examples for each prefix. Add them on the lines below.
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Choose two examples for each root. Add them on the lines below.
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Area of dead bushes and leaves
An area that is in front of the firehouse, made with cement.
A person, or group of people that like to sit on the sideline and criticize or comment about what is happening in front of them.
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Describes a noun
Glennie and Monk appear to be good ball players. Scho shows a fair amount of moxie to insert himself into the game.
When Glennie calls out hello, Scho crosses the street to where the boys are playing catch.
Glennie asks if Scho has his glove with him, and Scho responds with a suggestion that they could throw him some easy ones.
Scho climbs into the tree and begins jouncing and singing.
He announces that he can make the boys do anything he wants.
He is trying to get the boys’ attention. He’s trying different methods to be included, even if they are negative.
They don’t respond to him. He taunts them to get their attention. Usually when someone is being ignored, he or she doesn’t keep talking.