Unit 5 Theme: Turning Points Making a choice can change your life. What are some important choices you have made in your life? Who are some important historical figures whose choices have changed peoples lives? Unit 5 Week 2 Weekly Theme: Smart Thinking
Talk about it: This mail carrier wont get stuck in traffic. What are some other problems he overcomes by using this vehicle? Unit 4 Week 5 Key Words Unit 5 Week 2 participat e
Participant participation To take part in an activity Describe an activity in which you like to participate. Key Words Unit 5 Week 2 ordeals Severe trials or experiences
How does an ordeal compare to a test? Key Words Unit 5 Week 2 Nourishin g nourishment Supporting health and growth Describe a nourishing meal you have
eaten. Key Words Unit 5 Week 2 Encounte r A meeting between enemies, friends, or colleagues. What is a synonym for encounter?
Key Words Unit 5 Week 2 grimaced Made a face in digust What might a grimace look like? Key Words Unit 5 Week 2
anticipate d anticipation expected Name something you have anticipated. Key Words Unit 5 Week 2 Dejectedl y Done
something in sadness or depressions Why might someone react dejectedly? Key Words Unit 5 Week 2 victorious victory Has won How is being victorious different from
being defeated? Name: ___________________ Unit 4 Week 4 Vocabulary Assessment Which of the following is accessible to most people: 1. president? Yes No 2. gold? Yes No
3. public library? Yes No Which event could be described as bewildering: 4. ancient pyramids? Yes No 5. an easy math problem? Yes No 6. a 500-piece puzzle? Yes No REWRITE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE REPLACING THE UNDERLINED WORDS WITH 7/8. When the frozen pipe ruptured, the plumber uttered
__________________________________________________________________ _ __________________________________________________________________ _ Name: ___________________ Unit 4 Week 4 Vocabulary Assessment Would a typical 2 year old be able to say: 9. tomorrow? Yes 10. mommy?
Yes 11. juice? Yes No No No Which of the following can be severed? 12. trust? Yes 13. telephone cord? 14. snow? Yes No
Yes No No REWRITE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE REPLACING THE UNDERLINED WORDS. 15./16. Getting mud in the cars interior made the father very edgy. __________________________________________________________________ _ __________________________________________________________________
Example 4.3 Differentiate Setting out parts as follows: Chain rule here See slides 15, 17, 18 to revisit differentiation of surds! Now work on simplifying the numerator (see over) To simplify this expression, we use basic fraction subtraction rules i.e....
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Linear Plot. Every short story or novel follows a linear plot, a straightforward storyline that contains all of the plot elements in chronological order.. Plot: the important series of events or actions that happen in a story.
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Establishing Norms. In PLCs norms represent protocols and commitments developed by each team to guide. members in working together. Norms help team members clarify expectations regarding how they will work together to achieve their shared goals.
MOD09GA -- RGB bands 1,4,6. Snow appears in hues of yellow. Fractional snow map, using only MOD35_L2 cloud mask. Fractional snow map, using combination of MOD35_L2 and MOD09GA land mask flags alleviate some snow/cloud confusion.
Keep long HAIR out of your face and the food so it does not pose a safety or sanitation hazard. Kitchen Safety: Sanitation: Handwashing At least 20 seconds with warm-hot water and soap. Clean- free of dirt and dust. vs....
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