# Key vocabulary of the week

MONDAY 1. Direct instruction 2. Vocabulary journal entries (word description, translation, & drawing) 3. Circle the level of word understanding in vocab journal Key vocabulary of the week Draft/Giant planet

Habitable zone Kuiper Belt Astronomical unit Speed of light Review Evolve Tide Phase

Fluctuate Solar Eclipse Key vocabulary of the week Term: dwarf star Definition: any star of average or low luminosity, mass, and size

Term: giant star Definition: a star with much larger radius and luminosity than other stars of the same surface temperature Key vocabulary of the week Term: habitable zone

Definition: a proper distance from the Sun that allows for liquid water [astronomy] Draw: Key vocabulary Term: Kuiper Belt

Definition: region of the Solar System beyond the planets Draw: Key vocabulary Term: astronomical unit Definition: the distance

from the Earth to the Sun = 93,000,000 miles Draw: Key vocabulary Term: speed of light Definition: the seed at which light travels in a

vacuum [emptiness] How long will take the Suns light to reach the Earth? Draw: = 186,000 miles/sec. = 300,000 km/sec. Meet someone who speaks your language and

Explain your definitions & drawings using your native language for these words: Draft/Giant planet Habitable zone Kuiper Belt Astronomical unit Speed of light Also, make sure that you understand/remember: Evolve

Tide Phase Fluctuate Eclipse At home 1. Study the words while thinking about the images that best describe/represent the word

TUESDAY 1. Whole class review (calling on volunteers) 2. Picture match 3. Homework: a. b. Spelling pyramid

Write 1-2 sentences using the words from the spelling pyramid + sentence frames Picture Match Step 1: Take the words out from the envelope Step 2: Read the words out loud & think about images that describe the words Step 3: Match the words & the pictures Step 4: Explain your match using the sentence starter below I chose this word because the picture shows__________

an example of something that an object that the formula for At home 1. Study the word definitions 2. Complete: a.

b. Spelling pyramid Write 1-2 sentences using the words from the spelling pyramid + sentence frames WEDNESDAY 1. Whole class review (tennis ball) 2. Sentence review

Spelling pyramid + sentence check With a partner Check each others pyramids + sentences Find 1 positive thing about your partners sentences Give 1 suggestion for improvement At home 1. Teach the words to someone else

THURSDAY 1. Card Game OR Jeopardy OR Charades 2. Homework: a. Get ready for the quiz Card Game

Setp1: The Reader takes the card and reads the word Step 2: Player #1 provides a definition, description, or an example of the target word Step 3: The team decides if the answer is correct Step 4: If the answer is correct, Player #1 keeps the card & becomes the Reader for the next Player. Step 5: Continue until there is no more cards in the set. The Player with the most card wins.

Jeopardy: Round 1 Step 1: Form 2 teams & select a Host Step 2: 1 person from each team approaches the host table Step 3: The Host reads 1 word, the player who hits the Hosts table first, gets to provide a definition. The correct definition gets the team 1 point. Step 4: Repeat Steps 2 & 3 with new players fro each team.

Jeopardy: Round 2 Step 1: Each team gets a set of 4 key words Step 2: The teams develop and write sentences with the 4 words on blank sentence strips Step 3: Each sentence that is accurate gets the team 2 points (1 pt. science + 1pt. English) The team with the most points from Rounds 1 & 2 wins. Homework:

1. Get ready for the quiz FRIDAY 1. Quiz 2. Square the level of word understanding (1- 4) Materials copyrighted by the University of Louisville. Educators are free to use these materials with the proper acknowledgement of source.

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