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Lesson 12 Lesson 12 Presentation Transcript

  • Lesson 12 Ultimate Field Trip
  • Word Attack
  • Word Attack
    • “ Re-” prefix means “again”
      • Reenter – enter again
      • Remake – make again
      • Refried -
      • Replay -
      • Repaint -
      • Reassemble -
  • Word Attack
    • “ Un-” prefix means “not”
      • Untold – not told
      • Unable – not able
      • Unwise -
      • Uninformed -
  • Word Attack
    • “ Non-” prefix means “not”
      • Nonexistent – does not exist
      • Nonproductive – not productive
      • Nondairy -
  • This Week’s Goal
    • I will read and recognize compare and contrast features of a text by completing a Venn Diagram
  • Lesson 12 Vocabulary Review
    • The Ultimate Field Trip 3: Wading Into Marine Biology
  • 1.Change your behavior to fit a new situation
    • ADJUST
  • 2.People or animals that live in a place.
    • RESIDENTS
  • 3. Examples of things scientists collect in order to study
    • SPECIMENS
                                          
  • 4. To jerk suddenly
    • RECOIL
  • 5.Something that is annoying, but not important
    • PESKY
  • 6.Something that is inside a person, an object, or a place.
    • INTERNAL
  • 7. Scattered pieces of something that has been destroyed
    • DEBRIS
  • This Week’s Goal
    • I will read and recognize compare and contrast features of a text by completing a Venn Diagram
  • Read the paragraph and fill in a Venn Diagram Land Snails Sea Snails Both
  • Compare and Contrast
    • Land snails and sea snails look similar. Both types of snails have spiral shells that protect their soft bodies.
  • Compare and Contrast
    • However, land snails have lungs instead of gills, which let them breathe air.
  • Compare and Contrast
    • Sea snails and land snails both need moisture to survive.
  • Compare and Contrast
    • Land snails produce mucus that keeps them from drying out, but sea snails get the moisture they need from the ocean.
  • Read the paragraph and fill in a Venn Diagram Land Snails Sea Snails Both
  • We will now read this week’s story in StoryTown, pg. 304 and complete Practice Book pg. 68 .