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  • 1. The Daring Nellie Bly
    Lesson 4
  • 2. Objective
    I will be able to use inferences to write the character’s motive into a T-chart.
    Create this T-chart in your notes section
  • 3. Objective
    The motive is the reason why someone does something.
    For example, what is your motive for doing your homework?
    Answer to your partner
  • 4. Objective
    To figure out someone’s motive, we look at a few different things. Here are the clues (inferences) we can use to figure out motive:
  • 5. Objective – Character Motive
    Character’s Actions– what is this person doing? How are they acting?
    Try it! What are 2 things that Chang did to get his mother’s wok back? Write it in your chart.
  • 6. Objective – Character Motive
    Character’s Traits – what is this person like? How would you describe them?
    Try it! Use 3 adjectives to describe Chang from last week’s story.Write it in your chart.
  • 7. Objective – Character Motive
    There are a few other things you can look at to find the motive as well.
    The character’s thoughts.
    The character’s words.
    Write one in your chart.
  • 8. Objective – Character Motive
    Now use those inferences to figure out Chang’s motive for getting his mother a new wok.
    Write it in your chart.
    Be ready to share!
    Chang’s motive is…..
  • 9. Objective – Character Motive
    You got it!!
    Now let’s get ready to learn some new vocabulary words!
  • 10. ECCENTRIC
    A PERSON WHO HAS HABITS OR OPINIONS THAT SEEM ODD TO OTHER PEOPLE
    Synonyms: odd, irregular
    Look at you partner and describe someone you may have meet who may looks eccentric.
  • 11. RELENTED
    A PERSON WHO HAS AGREED TO SOMETHING HE OR SHE ONCE REFUSED
    Synonym: concede, cave in, surrender
    “No, No, No.” “Ok, Fine.”
    “Fine, I’ll do it.
    Tell your partner a time you relented to do something.
  • 12. FAZE
    BOTHER OR CONFUSE
    Synonym: annoy, discomfort
    “Huh?”
  • 13. INFURIATED
    TO FEEL EXTREMELY ANGRY
    Synonym: mad, furious
    Look at your partner and make a face of a furious person.
  • 14. DISHEARTENED
    FEEL DISAPPOINTED AND LESS HOPEFUL
    Synonym: crushed, depressed
    “Why me?”
    Can you think of a time when you felt disheartened? Tell you partner about that time.
  • 15. IMPASSABLE
    A ROAD OR PATH THAT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO TRAVEL ON
    Synonym: blocked, obstructed
  • 16. CRUSADED
    A PERSON WHO WORKED HARD TO MAKE A CHANGE BASED ON HIS/HER BELIEFS
    Synonym: stand for, lobby
    Martin Luther King, Jr.
    Joan of Arc
  • 17. Objective – Character Motive
    Great work!
    Now lets get ready to read. Look for the biography Nellie Bly in your table of contents.
    Turn to that page.
  • 18. Objective – Character Motive
    Now open your Practice Book to page 19 where we will fill in information on Nellie Bly.