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  • 1. Idiom for
    the day!
    Your information IS
    INCORRECT.
    You’re barking up the wrong tree
  • 2. Picasso and the Girl with a PonytailPage 140. Lesson #1
  • 3. Reading p140
    It was a hot summer’s day in Vallauris, France. Sylvette was sitting with a few friends on the terrace in the sun.
  • 4. Reading p140
    She was so shy that she always sat by herself, but she listened to every word.
  • 5. Please choose which picture best describes the word “Shy”.
    B
    A
    C
    D
  • 6. Reading p140
    “Have you heard? Picasso is staying right here in Vallauris!”
    “It’s incredible! He’s the most famous artist in the world.”
  • 7. Reading p140
    Sylvette was very interested. Secretly, she dreamed of becoming an artist. In a suitcase under her bed was a sketchbook full of her drawings.
  • 8. Reading p140
    All her secrets were locked inside that suitcase-things no one else had ever been allowed to see.
  • 9. Reading p140
    Suddenly, Sylvette noticed something absolutely amazing. Right in front of her eyes, a beautiful picture appeared above the terrace wall.
  • 10. Comprehension Question
    1) Why was Sylvette interested to hear about Picasso?
    She was interested to hear about Picasso because, she dreamed of becoming an artist.
  • 11. Vocabulary
    Terrace: A Porch, Walkway, or Platform.
    “Sylvette was sitting with a few friends on the terrace in the sun.”
  • 12. Terrace
  • 13. Vocabulary
    Shy: Timid, Coy.
    “She was so shy that she always sat by herself.”
  • 14. Shy
  • 15. Vocabulary
    Incredible: Amazing, Marvelous.
    “It’s incredible! He’s the most famous artist in the world.”
  • 16. The Incredibles
  • 17. Vocabulary
    Suitcase: Travel bag
    “In a suitcase under her bed was a sketchbook full of her drawings.”
  • 18. Please choose which picture is of a suitcase.
    B
    A
    C
    D
  • 19. Vocabulary
    Allow: Permit (Permitted)
    “things no one else had ever been allowed to see.”
  • 20.
  • 21. Vocabulary
    Notice: Observe (Observed)
    “Suddenly, Sylvette noticed something absolutely amazing.”
  • 22. Notice
  • 23. Vocabulary
    Absolutely: Completely
    “Suddenly, Sylvette noticed something absolutely amazing.”
  • 24. Absolutely Amazing street art
  • 25. Warm Down.
    Please place the vocabulary words we studied today into the paragraph.
    Terrace, Shy, Incredible, Suitcase, Allow, Notice, Absolutely.
  • 26. I’m leaving! I packed my _________
    and decided to hit the road. I stood on the __________ of my hotel, and paused to take _________ of the ___________ beautiful sunrise.
    A ________ squirrel ran across the grass. It made me feel hungry, but I couldn’t ________ myself to stop to eat breakfast! I had to leave!
    suitcase
    terrace
    notice
    absolutely
    shy
    allow
  • 27. The End