Key vocabulary of the week

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.

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • WORKING ABROAD Di Francis Senior RCN Officer South

    WORKING ABROAD Di Francis Senior RCN Officer South

    NMC Revalidation. International Council of Nurses - www.icn.ch. NMC can provide a verification certificate if required costs £34. Also further useful info on NMC website, such as obtaining a transcript of training. The process may involve passing an examination or...
  • SEXTO MANDAMIENTO: No cometerás adulterio Métodos de ...

    SEXTO MANDAMIENTO: No cometerás adulterio Métodos de ...

    Es ilícita la FIV para producir embriones sobre los que hacer el DGP.. Es ilícita sea la eventual distrucción, sea su crioconservación.. No cura, sino que selecciona a quien no tiene enfermedades y descarta a quien las posee. . «El...
  • Regional Groundwater Flowpath Mapping in West Texas

    Regional Groundwater Flowpath Mapping in West Texas

    Regional Groundwater Flowpath in Trans-Pecos, West Texas Thandar Phyu CE 394K-GIS in Water Resources 12/05/2000 Outline Introduction Isotopes 87Sr/86Sr Procedure Summary and Further Work Acknowledgement Location - Trans-Pecos DEM 87Sr/86Sr Used as a flowpath tracer Sr isotopes no significant fractionation...
  • A Framework for Understanding Poverty, by Ruby Payne Chapters 7-9

    A Framework for Understanding Poverty, by Ruby Payne Chapters 7-9

    Century Gothic MS Pゴシック Arial Wingdings Network 1_Network Microsoft Word Document A Framework for Understanding Poverty, by Ruby Payne Chapters 7-9 Chapter 7: Discipline Discipline Structure and Choice in Discipline Behavior Analysis The Language of Negotiation Three Voices The Child...
  • Risk Perception, Disease Reporting, and Cooperation with Emergency

    Risk Perception, Disease Reporting, and Cooperation with Emergency

    - Peter Sandman. References. Slovic et al., 2004. Risk as analysis and risk as feelings: some thoughts about affect, reason, risk and rationality. Risk Analysis 24:2, 311-322. Dobbie and Brown, 2014. A framework for understanding risk perception, explored from the...
  • BA in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness

    BA in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness

    BA in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs ... HSEP 101 Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness POLI 103 U. S. Government POLI/INTL 105 International Relations HSEP 301/CRJS 367/POLI 367 Terrorism HSEP 302...
  • ENERGETICS - MrsPage.com

    ENERGETICS - MrsPage.com

    Applying Specific Heat. 40.0 grams of an unknown metal is heated to 91.3 C and then plunged into 100.0g of water at 21.3 C.The water and the metal reach a common temperature of 28.4 C. Given that the specific heat...
  • Introduction to Geographic Information Systems Spring 2013 (INF

    Introduction to Geographic Information Systems Spring 2013 (INF

    Geocoding. Process of creating geometric representations for locations (e.g., points) from descriptions of locations (e.g., street addresses) Uses a computer program that employs code tables to standardize address components called a geocoding engine