The Outsiders-Lesson 5-Ch. 5-8 Vocab and Grammar

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The Outsiders-Lesson 5-Ch. 5-8 Vocab and Grammar

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  1. The Outsiders-Ch. 5-8 Vocab

    Slide 1 - The Outsiders-Ch. 5-8 Vocab

  2. Lesson Objectives

    Slide 2 - Lesson Objectives

    • Essential Question(s):Why is vocabulary important?
    • By the end of the lesson, you should be able to:
    • Apply passive and active voice to vocab words
    • Define vocab word and part of speech
    • Use vocab words in sentences
    • State Standards:
    • E08.A-V.4.1.1 Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple meaning words or phrases based on grade 8 reading and content, choosing flexibility from a range of strategies (use context; use common Greek or Latin affixes and roots).
    • E08.D.1.1.2 Form and use verbs in the active and passive voice.
    • Student Terms: Learn new vocab words and practice writing skills.
  3. Vocabulary

    Slide 3 - Vocabulary

    • Indignant
    • Subsides
    • Wistfully
    • Contempt
    • Stifled
    • Passive voice
    • Active voice
    • Noun, adjective, adverb, verb
    • Let’s review our vocab terms, class!
  4. Ch. 5-8 The Outsiders

    Slide 4 - Ch. 5-8 The Outsiders

    • 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.
    • Indignant
    • Subsides
    • Wistfully
    • Contempt
    • Stifled
  5. Know Well

    Slide 5 - Know Well

    • Know a little bit
    • Do not know
    • Indignant
    • Subsides
    • Wistfully
    • Contempt
    • Stifled
  6. Vocab Word

    Slide 6 - Vocab Word

    • Definition
    • Vocab Word
    • Definition
    • Indignant
    • [in-dig-nuh nt] adj.-
    • Expressing strong displeasure, insulting
    • Subsides
    • [suh b-sahyd] verb-
    • To sink or fall or to become less quiet or active
    • Wistfully
    • [wist-fuh lee] adv. –
    • Sadly longing for something
    • Contempt
    • [kuh n-tempt] noun-
    • A feeling of hate or disrespect
    • Stifled
    • [ap-ri-hen-siv] verb-
    • To crush or end
    • Pronunciation, Part of Speech, and Definition
  7. Below are two of your vocab words used in a sentence. However, the sentences are written in passive voice. Change each sentence to active voice.

    Slide 7 - Below are two of your vocab words used in a sentence. However, the sentences are written in passive voice. Change each sentence to active voice.

    • Active and Passive Voice
    • Passive Voice
    • I had an indignant feeling towards my mom for grounding me the day before my birthday.
    • The crowd had subsided after the opposing team scored a touchdown to tie the game.
    • Active Voice
    • My indignant feelings grew towards my mother for grounding me the day before my birthday.
    • The crowd subsided when the opposing team scored a touchdown and tied the game.
  8. Summary

    Slide 8 - Summary

    • We have 5 vocab words that we need to practice using.
    • Indignant
    • Subsides
    • Wistfully
    • Contempt
    • Stifled
    • We applied active and passive voice to our vocab words.
  9. Apply passive and active voice to vocab words

    Slide 9 - Apply passive and active voice to vocab words

    • Define vocab word and part of speech
    • Use vocab words in sentences
    • Review ObjectivesCan you do it?
  10. Dig Deeper

    Slide 10 - Dig Deeper

    • Check out the parts of speech cheat sheet on your class page!
  11. What’s Next?

    Slide 11 - What’s Next?

    • We’ll continue discussing The Outsiders and the unfolding drama and conflict.