The Hunger Games-Ch. 1-7 Vocab Lesson

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The Hunger Games-Ch. 1-7 Vocab Lesson

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  1. Essential Question(s):Why is vocabulary important?

    Slide 2 - Essential Question(s):Why is vocabulary important?

    • By the end of the lesson, you should be able to:
    • Define each vocab word and part of speech
    • Use each vocab word correctly in sentences
    • State Standards:
    • E08.A-V.4.1 Demonstrate understanding of vocabulary and figurative language in literature.
    • Student Terms: Learn and apply new vocab words to your reading and writing.
    • Lesson Objectives
  2. Vocabulary

    Slide 3 - Vocabulary

    • Preposterous
    • Condones
    • Insurmountable
    • Despicable
    • Amiable
    • Nouns, adjectives, verbs, and adverbs
    • Let’s review our vocab terms, class!
  3. The following words are words that you will encounter in Ch. 25-31 of Schooled. Categorize the words by deciding whether you know each one well, know it a little bit, or do not know it all.

    Slide 4 - The following words are words that you will encounter in Ch. 25-31 of Schooled. Categorize the words by deciding whether you know each one well, know it a little bit, or do not know it all.

    • Preposterous
    • Condones
    • Insurmountable
    • Despicable
    • Amiable
    • Ch. 1-7 The Hunger Games
  4. Know Well

    Slide 5 - Know Well

    • Know a Little Bit
    • Do Not Know
    • Preposterous
    • Condones
    • Insurmountable
    • Despicable
    • Amiable
  5. Vocab Word

    Slide 6 - Vocab Word

    • Definition
    • Vocab Word
    • Definition
    • Preposterous
    • [pri-pos-ter-uh s, -truh s] adjective-
    • Absurd, senseless, foolish
    • Condones
    • [kuh n-dohn]-verb
    • To give approval
    • Insurmountable
    • [in-ser-moun-tuh-buh l] adjective-
    • Not able to overcome
    • Despicable
    • [des-pi-kuh-buh l] -adjective
    • Disgusting, worthy of being despised or hated
    • Amiable
    • [ey-mee-uh-buh l]-adjective
    • friendly
    • Pronunciation, Part of Speech, and Definition
  6. Sentence Practice

    Slide 7 - Sentence Practice

    • Vocab Word
    • Sentence
    • Preposterous
    • My mother stated, "that is preposterous” after being charged twice for our cellphone bill.
    • Insurmountable
    • I felt like getting A’s and B’s in all of my classes was an insurmountable goal, until my teacher reminded me that with hard work anything is possible.
    • Amiable
    • My boss scheduled an amiable meeting to discuss my strengths and weaknesses as an employee.
    • Condone
    • Disrespectful behavior is not condoned in the classroom.
    • Despicable
    • Bullying others is a despicable act and those who make fun of others should be punished.
  7. We have 5 vocab words that we need to practice using this week.

    Slide 8 - We have 5 vocab words that we need to practice using this week.

    • Preposterous
    • Condones
    • Insurmountable
    • Despicable
    • Amiable
    • Summary
  8. Know Well

    Slide 9 - Know Well

    • Know a Little Bit
    • Do Not Know
    • Preposterous
    • Condones
    • Insurmountable
    • Despicable
    • Amiable
  9. Define each vocab word and part of speech

    Slide 10 - Define each vocab word and part of speech

    • Use each vocab word correctly in sentences
    • Review ObjectivesCan you do it?
  10. Come up with some of your own sentences for your vocab words!

    Slide 11 - Come up with some of your own sentences for your vocab words!

    • Dig Deeper
  11. We’ll be reading Ch. 1-7 of The Hunger Games!

    Slide 12 - We’ll be reading Ch. 1-7 of The Hunger Games!

    • May the odds be ever in your favor!
    • What’s Next?