Transcript: Lets Make a Beach Themed Word Wall The Procedure Word Wall The Advantages Types of word Walls Lets Look at Them!!! Word Walls for Reading By: Becky Benner Choose the type of word wall you want to create. Give the wall a title and post it on a wall in the classroom. Then choose what words you want to be on the wall, or let the class create words they want, and post them on the wall. If class is creating the words, they will need a book or topic to center their words around. Review the theme of the word wall, and read the words to the class. Make sure to give meanings of the words if needed. Add words to the wall as the unit goes on. WHAT IS IT? The focus of this strategy is Building Academic Vocabulary. A word wall can help with before reading, during reading, or after reading. This all depends on how the teacher is most comfortable implementing it. This strategy aligns with common Core threw the Speaking and Listening strand, along with the Language strand. A word wall is key vocabulary words for a classroom unit. These words can be displayed in many different ways around the room. Often used in elementary school, but helps with all grades. Helps read, write, and talk about subject matter. Especially helpful for ESL students. It is a great way to introduce a unit, or review a unit. Helps students engage in their language. Students will use new words in their everyday speaking and writing using the wall as a reference tool. The students can part of making the wall and feel empowered. Name Word Wall Sight Word Wall Literature Based Word Wall Seasonal Word Wall Writing Word Wall Spelling Word Wall Thematic Unit Word Wall Content Area Word Wall
Transcript: weathering: Water cycle when warm air and cold air circle around each other condensation rain precipitation clouds evaporation water vapor surface runoff stuff that can be reused like trees and recycled stuff the chemical or mechanical process by which the rock is broken down into soil word wall words convection: Renewable
Transcript: Silently reread I Am Sill The Greatest and write a short reflection on what you thought about the poem and if you think you can personally relate to it. Write down words to define: Find and Highlight Conclusively Insidious Diminshed Instilled Compromised Triumphed Increased Reread Text As we reread look for 3 examples from the text which support Ali's statement that " I have always believed in myself." I Am Still The Greatest How to research words Notebook- Word Wall How to Look up words Look up unfamiliar words alphabetically and decide which definition is appropriate, if there is more than one meaning. Read the “About this letter” feature, which introduces each letter through a Spelling Hint or other useful information about the letter. Use the phonetic spelling to pronounce the word. Learn the part of speech that matches the definition. Understand the word and its definition by seeing it in action through a sample sentence. Refer to the photographs, paying close attention to the labels, for more clarity. Final Component Hint* Highlight in a different color Write down your three in text examples and explain why they support Ali's statement.
Transcript: Word Wall By: Ally Rood Yarbrough 2 Scrib- to write Ex. Scribe- "Some of the Levites were secretaries, scribes, and gatekeepers" (2 chronicles 24:13). Noun- A person who serves as a proffesional copyist. A public clerk or writer, usually having official status. Con- together Ex. Concentration- "An expression of pain and inward concentration..." (golding 9). Noun- Exclusive attention to one object. Auto- self Ex. Automatic- "The fair boy stopped and jerked his stockings with an automatic gesture" (golding 6). Adjective- Done unconsciously or from force of habit. Ad- to, towards Ex. Adjusted- "he wiped his glasses and adjusted them on his button nose" (golding 11). Verb- to bring to a proper state or position. Viv- life Ex. vivid- "...but the vivid phantoms of his day-dream still interposed between him and piggy..." (golding 18). Adjective- Full of life. Strikinlgy bright or intense. Em- in, into Ex. Embossed- "...covered with a delicate, embossed pattern" (golding 19). Adjective- Having a molded or carved decoration on the surface so that it is raised above the surface in low relief. Ab- from, away Ex. Abdomen- "Piggy laid a hand on his jutting abdomen" (golding 19). Noun- the part of the body between the thorax and the pelvis. Re- again Ex. removed- "he bent down, removed the thorns carefully,and turned around" (golding 6). Verb- to go away. to depart. to dissapear. Par- equal Ex. part- "I saw the other part of the plane" (golding 9). Noun- a portion or division of a whole. a piece, fragment. Sol- alone Ex. Solemnly- "the fair boy said this solemnly..." (golding 6). Adjective- grave, sober, or mirthless. serious or earnest. Nav- ship, sailor Ex. naval- "a naval officer stood on the sand, looking down at ralph in wary astonishment" (golding 200). Adjective- connected with or belonging to or used in a navy. Dys- bad Ex. Dyspnea- "The patient had trouble with physical activity as he had dyspnea. (dictionary) Noun- difficult or labored respiration. Fal- decieve Ex. false- "the statement that the sky is green is false, it is actually blue." (dictionary) Adjective- arising from error. not genuine or real. Cur- care for Ex. cure- "the doctor cured the patient." (dictionary) Verb- provide a cure for, make healthy again. Potent- power Ex. omnipotent- "god is the omnipotent master." (dictionary) Adjective- having unlimited power. Cor- heart Ex. Coronary- "divorce is the equivalent of a triple coronary bypass." -mary kay blakely (dictionary) Adjective- of or pertaining to the human heart, with respect to health. Anti- against Ex. anti-climax- "...one of those men who reach such an acute limited excellence at twenty-onethat everything afterward savors of anti-climax" (fitzgerald 10). Noun- an event, conclusion, that is far less important, powerful, or striking than expected. Inter- between Ex. Intermarry- "Intermarry with us; give us your daughters and take our daughters for yourselves" (Genesis 34:9). Verb- to become connected by marriage, as two families, tribes, castes, or religions. Mal- bad, badly Ex. malice- "Is there any wickedness on my lips? can my mouth not discern malice? (job 6:30). Noun- desire to inflict injury, harm, or suffering, on another. Sanct- holy Ex. sanctuary- "then have them make a sanctuary for me, and I will dwell among them" (exodus 25:8). Noun- a sacred or holy place.
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Transcript: Willer Da Silva Vow- To promise (verb) Stem- Vow: Voice, Call Levitate- To float in midair (Verb) Stem-Lev: Light Myopia- Lack of foresight ( Noun) Stem- Myo: Muscle Intimidate- To cause scared of (Adj.) Stem- Ate: Cause. Vector- A quantity possessing both magnitude & direction (Noun) Stem- Vect: Carry Darkness- Without light (Noun) Stem- Ness: Quality. Expensive- Costing a great amount (Adj) Stem- Pen:Almost Gyroplane- An air craft powered by propeller (Noun) Stem- Gyro: Turn Morphine- A drug which eases pain (Noun) Stem- Morph: Shape Thinking- To think (Verb) Stem- Kin: Motion Diameter- A Straight line passing through a circle (Noun) Stem- Meter: Measure. Unsuspicious- with no suspicion. (Adj) Stem- Spic : See, look. Reluctantly- Not willingly (Adv) Stem- Luc: Light Vision- A sight or illusion (Noun) Stem-Sion: State Novice- One who is new (Adj) Stem- Nov: New Word Wall Opened- Having the interior accessible (Adj) Stem- Pen: Almost. Omnivore- Eating both plants and meat (noun) Stem- All. Spirit- A soul (noun) Stem-Spir: To breathe. Search- To look for. (Verb) Stem- Arch: Goverment. Hemoglobin- An element in red copuscles (noun) Stem- Hemo: blood.
Transcript: Cashier's Check Money Order- is when you make a payment order for a pre- amount of money. a credit source extended by the government, bank or individual . line of credit Word Wall By: Christen Gray when a traveler uses a check drawn up from the bank instead of taking cash on their vacation. Money Order is a check from the bank , writen up by the bank's own funds and singed by a cashier Depository Account traveler's check
Transcript: English Word Wall Project By: Joyce Kwon EC- Definition: out, away, from, fully Use: "The creature was a party of boys, marched approximately in steps in parellel lines and dressed in eccentric clothing." (Lord of the Flies pg. 18) Explaination: The word eccentric means that they are unsual, odd, and peculiar. It means that the clothing that the boys were wearing was odd and away from what others were wearing. More Examples: echo ecletic eclipse EN- Defintion: Put into, make Use: "A moment layer he was battling with the complex undergrowth that was already engulfing the scar." ( Lorf of the Files pg. 67) Explaination: The word engulfing means to surround and take in. The prefix "en" from engulfing shows the meaning of to captivate. More Example: Enamor, enclose, encompass FID- Defintion: believe and faith Use: "Total loyalty is possible only when fidelity is emptied of all concrete content." (Dictionary pg. 195) Explaination: The word fidelity means loyalty conjugal faithfulness. So The prefix "fid" shows and indicates that inorder to be a fidelity, one must give all their faith in to the other person. More Examples: fidget, fiddle Definition: shape Use: "He frowned at the black and white mess in which lay the unburnt of branches. He ried to formulate." (Lord of the Flies pg. 139) Explaination: The prefix "form" means shape and the defintion for formulate is to express in precise form, state definitely or systematically. And in the sentence the word expresses the meaning that the person is confused and is trying to figure out the solution. More Examples: format, formula FRAG- Definition: break The rock stuck Piggy a glancing blow from chin to knee; the conch exploded into a thousand white fragments and ceased to exist." (Lord of the Files Pg. 181) Explaination: The sentence contains the word fragments, it means that the object is departed, broken off, disunify and disintegrate. The word "ment" means product so if it is fragment it shows that the product is broken. More Example: fragile GEN Defintion: kind Use: "The generosity brought a spatter of applause from the boys, so that Jack grinned at them, then waved the conch for silence." (Lord of the Flies pg. 43) Explaination: The action expressed in the sentence (... brought a spatter of applause) showed and represented generosity. Because if one person did a kind action the person should recieve a applause. More Examples: generate, generally, gingerly Circum Defintion: around Use: " Percival Wemys Madison, of the Vicarage, Harcourt St. Antony, lying in the long grass, was living through circumstances in which the incantation of his address was powerless to help him." (Lord of the Flies pg. 94) More Examples: Circumnavigate circumflex, circumcision circumference circumorbital circulatory CLAM- Defintion: Shout Use: "Between the flashes of lightning the air was dark and terrible; and the boys followed him, clamorously." (Lord of the Flies pg. 151) More Example: clamour DEMO- Defintion: people Use:" Democratic is a government by the people, a form of government in which people have equal righta and privilages." (Dictionary pg. 140) Explaination: Because the goverenment is democratic and "demo" means people, the people makes up the government. More Examples: demagogue and epidemic VIT- Definition: life Use:"Behind him came the twins, worried now for a while but full of unqueschable vitality." (Lord of the Flies pg. 173) More Examples: vital, vitamins LUM- Defintion: light Use: " Piggy peered anxiously into the luminous veil that hung between him and the world." ( Lord of the flies pg. 174) MAL- Definition: bad, badly Use: "Piggy grabbed and put on the glasses. He looked malevolently at Jack. More Examples: malformaion, maladjusted, malcontent malfunction MENT- Defintion: mind Use: " Of all the boys, he was the most at home there; but today, irked by the mention of rescue, the the useless, footing mention ofresque, even the green depths of water and the shattered, golden sun held no balm. OB- Defintion: toard, against, in the way Use: "Piggy bumped into him and a twin grabbed him as he made for the oblong of plaing stars." (Lord of the Flies pg. 99) More Example: obtain PHON- Definition: sound Use: " The automobile and telephones are defeated as instruments of individualism by being applied to the needs of mass society." ( Dictionary pg 552) More Examples: phonics, phonogragh, phonetic, homophone, microphone SOCI- Defintion: to join and companion Use: "Piggy once more was the center of social dersion so that eveeyone felt cheerful and normal." (Lord of the Flies pg. 149) More Example: Sociable SPEC- Defintion: to look, see Use: "Mind my specs, "said Piggy. " If I get water on the glass I got to get out and clean. More Examples: inspect, spectacle SUF- Defintion: under, below, from, secretly, instead of Use: "They were regarding him gravly, not yet troubled by any doubts about his sifficience." ( Lord of the Flies pg. 141) TANG- definition: Touch Use: "Friendship
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