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  • Scrambled Sentences!Please Unscramble these sentences
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  • Ti swa a thossmmeruaydnilvlaarsiu, enrfac.
    It was a hot summers day in Vallauris France.
  • 2) tteelyvSswarvyetineeertsd. yesecrltheseedamrdfoimnbgcoenatstari.
    Sylvette was very interested.
    Secretly, she dreamed of becoming an artist.
  • 3) henWI ma rgayn I ekamrynagsptnigina
    When I am angry I make angry paintings.
  • 4) yTrotmmeeerbrnhwe eon odor sseloc, theanor odor penso
    Try to remember when one door closes, another door opens.
  • 5) issoPcabangeseagnihcrroughhtitsbdnaseepic no a labte
    Picasso began searching through bits and pieces on a table.
  • 6) allEevnuytteetvsylvidadmecabe a lewlnonkwtitsarseehflr.
    Eventually Sylvette David became a well known artist herself.
  • Please scramble a sentence
    from the textbook, and
    write it on the board.
    (five points for writing a question, five
    points for the correct answer!)
    Now it’s your turn !
  • Idiom of the Day.
    Let’s paint the town
    Red!
    Let’s have a good
    time!
  • Picasso and the Girl with a PonytailPage 144. Lesson #5
  • Reading p144
    After the summer, Sylvette began to paint as bravely as Picasso had taught her to.
  • Reading p144
    When the picture Picasso had given to her was sold, she was able to buy a real studio:
  • Which picture did Sylvette
    sell to
    buy her studio?
    B
    C
    A
    D
  • Reading p144
    a place where her dream of becoming an artist could come true.
  • Reading p144
    Running up the stairs, Sylvette turned the key-and opened the door…
    Eventually Sylvette David became a well-known artist herself.
  • Comprehension Question
    What influence do you think Picasso had on Sylvette’slife?
    (Your own opinion)
  • Vocabulary
    Eventually: At some point in time. At the end.
    “Eventually, Sylvette David became a well-known artist herself.”
  • Eventually
    You?
  • You are born.
  • Eventually you go to Elementary school.
  • Eventually you finish Elementary school, and you go to middle school.
  • You will finish Middle school, and eventually you attend High school.
  • You may decide to go to University after High School.
  • Where you might meet someone, and eventually get married.
  • Eventually you will need to get a job.
  • You might have a baby, and it all begins again…Eventually!
  • Vocabulary
    Well-known: Widely Known.
    “Eventually, Sylvette David became a well-known artist herself.”
  • Please tell me who these well known people are!
  • Vocabulary
    Come true: To make progress. Advance.
    “Her dream of becoming an artist could come true.”
  • May your dreams come true!
  • Vocabulary
    Run up the stairs.
    “Running up the stairs, Sylvette turned the key-and opened the door...”
  • Walking up a long staircase.
  • Can you remember the nine “Well-known” people? In order please!
  • The End