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Objectives. At the end of the lesson I will.. Understand how contractions are formed. Understand the Latin root invent Understand the suffix –able Review long vowel sounds. Daedalus and Icarus Word Study. The following are contractions:

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objectives
Objectives
  • At the end of the lesson I will..
  • Understand how contractions are formed.
  • Understand the Latin root invent
  • Understand the suffix –able
  • Review long vowel sounds
daedalus and icarus word study
Daedalus and Icarus Word Study

The following are contractions:

Words that are formed when two words are combined and one or more letters are removed and replaced with an apostrophe.

it’s = it + is

can + not

can’t =

I’ve =

I + have

we + will

we’ll =

Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

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The following words all have the suffix

-able, which means,

“capable of or fit for.”

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readable

comfortable

recyclable

laughable

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The following words all have the

long /e/ or /o/ sound

When 2 Vowels go walking, the 1st one does the talking.

least

floating

freedom

groaned

Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

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The following words all come from the same Latin root word, invent, which means

“to come upon”, or “to find.”

invent

invented

invention

inventive

Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

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Which word has a long e sound?

A raccoon is a forest creature.

creature

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Which word in the sentence is a contraction?

I’ve been making a gingerbread house.

I’ve

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How does the root word invent change when the suffix -ion is added?

Daedalus worked by candlelight on his greatest invention of all.

Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

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Which word in the sentence

has the suffix –able?

Name other words with the suffix –able.

It was a comfortable prison.

comfortable

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daedalus and icarus vocabulary
Daedalus and IcarusVocabulary

comfortable

overlapping

plunged

hurtled

Open Court 4th Grade Unit 1 Risks and Consequences

Lesson 7 Daedalus and Icarus Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

comfortable use context clues
comfortable “use context clues”

It was a comfortable prison,

but it was a prison, even so.

Kelly enjoyed resting in her comfortable chair after a long, tiring day.

comfortable- pleasant: easy to live in

Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

overlapping use context clues
overlapping “use context clues”

Daedalus studied the clever overlapping of the bird’s feathers.

With his scarf overlapping

his collar, Cesar was warm and cozy.

overlapping- covering part of something

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plunged “use context clues”

His wings folded, and he plunged down.

The branch broke from the tree and the girl plunged down to the ground.

plunged- dived or fell suddenly

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hurtled “use context clues”

He hurtled head first into the glittering sea.

Its mighty engines roaring, the rocket hurtled into space.

hurtled- moved

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vocabulary review
Vocabulary Review
  • comfortable- pleasant: easy to live in
  • overlapping- covering part of something
  • plunged- dived or fell suddenly
  • hurtled- moved
vocabulary quiz
Vocabulary Quiz
  • _____pleasant: easy to live in
  • ______covering part of something
  • _____dived or fell suddenly
  • _____ moved

comfortable

overlapping

plunged

hurtled

background knowledge
Background Knowledge
  • Some myths attempt to explain how the world works. Other myths discuss the adventures and mistakes of heroes and other interesting characters. The characters are often larger than life, with abilities so special that they are unreal. “Daedalus and Icarus” is an example of this type of myth.
  • Daedalus was a famous architect and inventor. He built for King Minos a maze so complex that no one could escape it.
  • To keep Daedalus from revealing the secret– he imprisoned Daedalus and his son.
literary element
Literary Element
  • A myth may explain why something in nature happens or looks the way it does—for example; why there are seasons.
  • A myth may imaginatively explain why people behave in a certain way– for example, why they believe that those who are hospitable will be rewarded
  • Characters in myth may include gods and goddesses as well as humans.