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Unit 1, Fundamentals - Edge: All About Me
Transcript of Unit 1, Fundamentals - Edge: All About Me
personal and personality descriptions
Listening and Speaking:
Engage in classroom discussion
Understand a speaker's message
Essential Question: Who am I?
On your white board, answer the following questions in a complete sentence.
Are you a young man or a young woman?
Are you a son, daughter, brother, or sister?
What kind of person are you? Proverb 1: The child of a snake is also a snake.
Sometimes people are like their parents, but sometimes they are not.
Do you think the proverb is true? Tell your partner:
two ways that you are like your parents:
(My parents and I both _______.)
two ways that you are different from your parents:
(My parents are _____ but I am ______.) Proverb 2: Be friends with good people and you will become a good person. Tell your partner:
two ways that you are like your friends:
(My friends and I are _______.)
two ways that you are different from your friends:
(My friends are _____ but I am ______.) Which proverb is MORE true for you?
Proverb 1 or proverb 2?
Why? In most cultures, there are common first names. Is your name a common first name in the Dominican Republic?
It is a common first name in Puerto Rico?
Is it a common first name in Russia?
Is it a common first name in the United States? Where do you think
these people come from? Maybe she is from...
Maybe he is from... Where do first names come from? Let's think about our reading strategies.
Essential Question: Who am I ? What is our focus?
What is your connection?
Prediction: What are we going to find out when we read "First Names?"
What can you visualize?
How can we organize the information?
All About Me Purpose: To learn about the first names of people. Do the girls have the same color hair?
Do the girls wear the same clothes?
Do they have different faces? Since 1953, Atlantic tropical storms have been named from lists originated by the National Hurricane Center. The original name lists featured only women's names. In 1979, men's names were introduced and they alternate with the women's names. Six lists are used in rotation. The 2009 list will be used again in 2015.
The only time that there is a change in the list is if a storm is so deadly or costly that the future use of its name on a different storm would be inappropriate for reasons of sensitivity. If that occurs the offending name is taken off the list and another name is selected to replace it.
Several names have been changed since the lists were created. For example, on the 2007 list (which will be used again in 2013), Dorian has replaced Dean, Fernand has replaced Felix, and Nestor has replaced Noel. What does your name mean?
Jose What does your name mean?
Stephany Taina is a change from Christiana -- this name means Christ's follower. Lesley means Holly Garden Johana Its source is Yochana, a Hebrew name meaning "God's grace." Ana: Its source is Channah, a Hebrew name meaning "Favored grace." Jose: Its source is Yosef, a Hebrew name meaning "The Lord's addition (to the family)." Two names I couldn't find:
Yency and Yojary. Alejandro: Its source is Alexandros, a Greek name meaning "Protector of men." Felix: Its source is Felix, a Latin name meaning "Happy." Javier: Its source is Etcheberria, a Basque name meaning "New house." Magdelin: Its source is a Hebrew expression meaning "Person from Magdala." Stephany: Its source is Stephanos, a Greek name meaning "Crown or garland." Ruderkis: Its source is Hrodwulf, an Ancient Germanic name meaning "Famed wolf."