American Born Chinese-Ch. 4-6 Review Lesson Part 2

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American Born Chinese-Ch. 4-6 Review Lesson Part 2

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  1. Slide 1

    • Vocabulary Review
    • Sentence example from ABC:
    • “He locked himself deep down in the inner bowels of his royal chamber, where he studied kung-fu more fervently than ever.”
    • Vocab Word
    • Part of Speech
    • Definition
    • Synonym
    • Antonym
    • Fervent
    • pg. 56 of ABC
    • Adjective
    • Intensely passionate; having or displaying intense passion.
    • Enthusiastic
    • Apathetic
  2. Slide 2

    • Vocabulary Review
    • Sentence example from ABC:
    • “The Great Sage flew with as much fury as he could muster.”
    • Vocab Word
    • Part of Speech
    • Definition
    • Synonym
    • Antonym
    • Muster
    • pg. 71 of ABC
    • Verb
    • To achieve a feeling, attitude or reaction.
    • To gather together.
    • Summon up; collect
    • Scatter; disperse
  3. Slide 3

    • Remember
    • The Monkey King has been punished by the great Tze-Yo-Tzuh for his actions at the end of Chapter 4.
    • Jin finally got a date with Amelia at the end of Chapter 5.
    • Danny is feeling depressed because of Melanie’s rejection at the end of Chapter 6.
    • We need to begin thinking about how each ofthese characters’ experiences relate to thetheme of identity.
    • Practice using our vocabulary terms:
    • Fervent
    • Muster
    • What is the connection between the Monkey King, Jin, and Danny?
  4. Slide 4

    • Review ObjectivesCan You Do It?
    • Review Chapters 4-6 of ABC.
    • Discuss characterization and the theme of identity.
    • Review vocabulary from Chapters 4-6.
  5. Slide 5

    • Practice using your vocabulary words in sentences and begin making predictions about what you think will happen next to each character!
    • Dig Deeper
  6. Slide 6

    • We’ll finish up American Born Chinese and find out what happens to each character!
    • What’s Next?