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First Day Jitters Vocabulary

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Kristen Simpson

on 19 August 2011

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Transcript of First Day Jitters Vocabulary

First Day Jitters chuckled One word in the selection is chuckled. Say it with me: chuckled. To chuckle means “to laugh.” When a person chuckles, he or she thinks something is funny or silly. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word chuckled. See how this girl chuckled. Why did she chuckle? Tell your partner what makes you chuckle. Use this sentence frame: ____________ makes me chuckle. chuckled nervous nervous Another word in the selection is nervous. Say it with me: nervous. Nervous means “not comfortable with a situation.” When a person is nervous, he or she might act shy or afraid. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word nervous. Tell me why the boy is nervous. Let’s all show what it’s like to feel nervous. Let’s hunch our shoulders, put our heads down, and look away. Let’s be very quiet. We feel shy because we’re nervous. Now let’s say nervous together three more times: nonsense Another word in the selection is nonsense. Say it with me: nonsense. Nonsense means “behavior that is silly.” When something is nonsense, it has no meaning or reason. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word nonsense. The girl is being really silly. What nonsense! nonsense Work with your partner to use the word nonsense in a sentence. Use the sentence frame: It is nonsense to ____________. Now let’s say nonsense together three more times: Now let’s say chuckled together three more times: fumbled Another word in the selection is fumbled. Say it with me: fumbled. To fumble means “to lose control of something or to drop something.” When a person fumbled a ball, he or she dropped it. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word fumbled. Tell me why how this woman fumbles. fumbled Think of a situation when you might fumble something. Tell your partner about it. Now let’s say fumbled together three more times: trudged One word in the selection is trudged. Say it with me: trudged. To trudge means “to walk with difficulty.” When a person trudges, he or she has to work hard to walk, like through sand or snow. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word trudge. How does this picture show people trudging? trudged Let’s all show what it’s like to trudge. Let’s imagine we’re walking through deep snow. It’s difficult to move through snow. Now let’s say trudged together three more times: tumbled out of drive down
the street slump down tunnel down bedroom doorway window shade kitchen bathroom
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