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Lesson 27 Robust Vocabulary

2nd Grade Storytown

Leslie Dungan

on 5 May 2011

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Transcript of Lesson 27 Robust Vocabulary

native aspire create noticed literature award grand Robust Vocabulary If people can tell where you are from by the way you speak, then you speak with an accent. If you were born in a certain place, then you are a native of that place. When you aspire to do something, you try very hard to do it. When you get a special award or praise for something, you are receiving an accolade. Something that is beyond something else is farther away. When you create, you use your imagination to make something new. If you noticed something, you observed it carefully. Stories and poems are kinds of literature. When you do something that others think is very good, you may receive a prize or an award. If something is grand, it is important and wonderful. beyond English cows have good manners and a charming accent. Cinnamon comes from the bark of the native kurundu tree in Sri Lanka. Many of Gabriela Mistral's students aspire to be teachers, too. The Nobel Prize for Literature is a high accolade to receive. accent The following are some things a person native to your communtiy would probably say. Is this person a native or new in town?
Where is the library?
When is it rainy here?
I know where there's a stream.
The best soccer field is by my stream. The following are some things you may notice. Is the thing beyond the classroom or in the classroom?
a sidewalk
a tree
a chalkboard
tape accolade
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