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Let's Start Our Day! September 11, 2013

Start-of-the-Day presentation, September 11, 2013
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Dwight Young

on 12 September 2013

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Let's Start Our Day!
Take out your whiteboards and markers
Daily Language Practice
Complete this analogy.

addition : + :: subtraction :: ___________________
Problem of the Day
Use context clues to determine the meaning of the highlighted words below.

We could not see the sun because it was overcast. ___________________

The noisy kids were told to vacate the movie theater. _______________
Correct these sentences:

dr rhodes said that my stomachache was from eating to many candy bars

watch out for that bus
Wipe off your whiteboards
and put them away

Stand up quietly and face the flag
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands,
one nation under God,
indivisible,
with liberty and justice for all.
My country, 'tis of Thee,
Sweet Land of Liberty
Of thee I sing;
Land where my fathers died,
Land of the pilgrims' pride,
From every mountain side
Let Freedom ring.
Hail, hail to old Purdue
All hail to our old gold and black!
Hail, hail to old Purdue!
Our friendship may she never lack.
Ever grateful, ever true,
Thus we raise our song anew
Of the days we’ve spent with you,
All hail our own Purdue.
Let's review our class rules
Active Listening
Active Listening
Eyes on the speaker!
Active Listening
Hands free and clear!
Active Listening
Zip it!
Lock it!
Put it in your pocket!
Active Listening
Ears listening and brain thinking about what is being said!
Academic Vocabulary
Subject: tells who or what a sentence is about
Predicate: tells what the subject does or is
http://www.flocabulary.com/subject-and-predicate/
Academic Vocabulary
1. Trace--to outline
12 Powerful Words
2. Analyze--to break it down
3. Infer--read between the lines
4. Evaluate--to judge
5. Formulate--build and create
6. Describe--tell all about it
7. Support--back it up
8. Explain--to tell why [or how]
9. Summarize--the short version
10. Compare--things are alike
11. Contrast--things are different
12. Predict--think about the future
Academic Vocabulary
region: large area of land with common features
geography: the surface features of a place
California Regions
Desert region
Coast region
Valley region
Mountain region
Wanjohi had 15 coins. He lost 8 coins through a hole in his pocket. He found 5 of those coins. How many coins are still missing? How many coins does he have now?
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