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Today I will use a variety of strategies to develop and expand my reading, writing, and speaking vocabulary.




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Sublist 1 Group 1


Monday's Words of the Week Exercise:

In your vocabulary notebook, draw a frayer model for each of the 10 words of the week (see example below), writing 1) the word in the center oval, 2) the definition, 3) a picture of the word, 4) a synonym, and 5) an antonym. Then review and justify your word work with Mrs. Hartwig.


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Tuesday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from yesterday and 2) complete Exercise 1a and 3) complete Exercise 1b

until you reach 100%



Thursday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 1c and 3) complete Exercise 1d until you reach 100%



Friday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 1e until you reach 100% and 3) in your vocabulary notebook, compose a short, cohesive paragraph using some form of all 10 words.





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Monday's Words of the Week Exercise:

In your vocabulary notebook, make a vocabulary flip/flap for each of the 10 words of the week (see example below), folding the right side of your paper (still in your notebook) in toward the left side (the spiral side). Then draw 10 boxes and cut each box so it can flip open as shown below. For each word box, write 1) one word on the top of each box, 2) the definition on the inside bottom of each, and 3) a synonym for the word on the back side of the flap. Then review and justify your word work with Mrs. Hartwig.

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Tuesday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from yesterday and 2) complete Exercise 2a and 3) complete Exercise 2b until you reach 100%


Thursday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 2c and 3) complete Exercise 2d until you reach 100%


Friday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 2e until you reach 100% and 3) in your vocabulary notebook, compose a short, cohesive paragraph using some form of all 10 words.



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Sublist 1 Group 3


Monday's Words of the Week Exercise:

In your vocabulary notebook, write the definition of each word and draw a picture with a descriptive sentence that shows your understanding of the meaning of the word (see example below). Review & justify your word work with Mrs. Hartwig.

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Tuesday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from yesterday and 2) complete Exercise 3a and 3) complete Exercise 3b until you reach 100%.



Thursday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 3c and 3) complete Exercise 3d until you reach 100%.


Friday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 3e until you reach 100% and 3) in your vocabulary notebook, compose a short, cohesive paragraph using some form of all 10 words.




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Sublist 1 Group 4



Monday's Words of the Week Exercise:

In your vocabulary notebook, draw a frayer model for each of the 10 words of the week (see example in Sublist 1 Group 1), writing 1) the word in the center oval, 2) the definition, 3) a picture of the word, 4) a synonym, and 5) an antonym. Then review & justify your word work with Mrs. Hartwig.



Tuesday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from yesterday and 2) complete Exercise 4aand 3) complete Exercise 4b until you reach 100%




Thursday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 4c and 3) complete Exercise 4d until you reach 100%




Friday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 4e until you reach 100% and 3) in your vocabulary notebook, compose a short, cohesive paragraph using some form of all 10 words.




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Monday's Words of the Week Exercise:

In your vocabulary notebook, make a vocabulary flip/flap for each of the 10 words of the week (see example in Sublist 1 Group 2), folding the right side of your paper (still in your notebook) in toward the left side (the spiral side). Then draw 10 boxes and cut each box so it can flip open as shown below. For each word box, write 1) one word on the top of each box, 2) the definition on the inside bottom of each, and 3) a synonym for the word on the back side of the flap. Then review & justify your word work with Mrs. Hartwig.



Tuesday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from yesterday and 2) complete Exercise 5a and 3) complete Exercise 5b until you reach 100%



Thursday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 5c and 3) complete Exercise 5d until you reach 100%


Friday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 5e

e until you reach 100% and 3) in your vocabulary notebook, compose a short, cohesive paragraph using some form of all 10 words.





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Sublist 1 Group 6



Monday's Words of the Week Exercise:

In your vocabulary notebook, write the definition of each word and draw a picture with a descriptive sentence that shows your understanding of the meaning of the word (see example in Sublist 1 Group 3). Review & justify your word work with Mrs. Hartwig.



Tuesday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from yesterday and 2) complete Exercise 6a and 3) complete Exercise 6b until you reach 100%.




Thursday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 6c and 3) complete Exercise 6d until you reach 100%



Friday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 6e until you reach 100% and 3) in your vocabulary notebook, compose a short, cohesive paragraph using some form of all 10 words.



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Monday's Words of the Week Exercise:

In your vocabulary notebook, draw a frayer model for each of the 10 words of the week (see example in Sublist 1 Group 1), writing 1) the word in the center oval, 2) the definition, 3) a picture of the word, 4) a synonym, and 5) an antonym. Then review & justify your word work with Mrs. Hartwig.



Tuesday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from yesterday and 2) complete Exercise 1aand 3) complete Exercise 1b until you reach 100%




Thursday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 1c and 3) complete Exercise 1d until you reach 100%




Friday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 1e until you reach 100% and 3) in your vocabulary notebook, compose a short, cohesive paragraph using some form of all 10 words.



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Sublist 2 Group 2





Monday's Words of the Week Exercise:

In your vocabulary notebook, make a vocabulary flip/flap for each of the 10 words of the week (see example in Sublist 1 Group 2), folding the right side of your paper (still in your notebook) in toward the left side (the spiral side). Then draw 10 boxes and cut each box so it can flip open as shown below. For each word box, write 1) one word on the top of each box, 2) the definition on the inside bottom of each, and 3) a synonym for the word on the back side of the flap. Then review & justify your word work with Mrs. Hartwig.




Tuesday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from yesterday and 2) complete Exercise 2a and 3) complete Exercise 2b until you reach 100%




Thursday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 2c and 3) complete Exercise 2d until you reach 100%



Friday's Words of the Week Exercises:

1) Review your word work from Monday, 2) complete Exercise 2e until you reach 100% and 3) in your vocabulary notebook, compose a short, cohesive paragraph using some form of all 10 words.