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Vocabulary Unit 1 week 4

Vocabulary Unit 1 week 4

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Tutorial

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Assessment

In the classroom we will write an essay using the new vocabulary correctly.

Objective

Students will be able to acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words an phrases.

Source: CCSS

Directions

Read through each vocabulary, definition, and example sentence. The look up each word on an online dictionary. Note the part of speech and compare the definations.

Passionate

If you are passionate about baseball, you have or show a strong feeling about it.

Cal is passionate about protecting all animals from harm.

Source: McGraw-Hill reading Wonders

Patents

Patents are paper that give a person or company the right to make, use, or sell new inventions for a certain number of years.

Inventors who have patents fro their inventions can make money from them.

Source: McGraw-Hill reading Wonders

Envisioned

When she envisioned the school year, she imagined good things would happen in her future.

As Sara stared at the map, she invisioned traveling all over the world.

Source: McGraw-Hill reading Wonders

Enthusiastically

If you respond enthusiastically, you act in a way that shows great interest or excitement.

Fans cheered enthusiastically when their team won.

Source: McGraw-Hill reading Wonders

Devices

Devices are things that are made or invented for a particular purpose.

Many people use electronic devices every day to tell time, read, and communicate.

Source: McGraw-Hill reading Wonders

Claimed

If you claimed the prize, you declared it as your own.

After her flight landed, Marika happly claimed her suitcase.

Source: McGraw-Hill reading Wonders

Captivated

When you are captivated, you are influenced by charm, art, or skill.

Josh was captivated by the action movie in 3-D.

Source: McGraw-Hill reading Wonders

Breakthrough

A breakthrough is an important advance.

Tyler had been rying to think of a project idea when he finally had a breakthrough.

Source: McGraw-Hill reading Wonders