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Unit 6, Lesson 1

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  • 1. Lesson 1.notebook April 18, 2013 April 18, 2013 Agenda April 18, 2013 Agenda Lesson 1: Adverbs • Spelling & Vocabulary  • Spelling & Vocabulary  An adverb is a word that tells more about a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.  > Unit 15 Spelling Post Test / Unit 15 Vocabulary Pre­test  > Unit 15 Spelling Post Test / Unit 15 Vocabulary Pre­test  Our family drove slowy to the zoo.  • Grammar : Chapter 6, Lesson 1  • Literature > Hatchet  Highway safety is a very big problem.  • Literature > Hatchet  Dad always drives extremely carefully.  Homework:  An adverb can tell how, when, or where an action takes place. Notice that many  Homework:  • Hatchet Chapters 14­17 & RRL due: Monday, 4/22 adverbs end in ­ly.  • Hatchet Chapters 14­17 & RRL due: Monday, 4/22 • Independent Reading Sheet due on Thursday, 4/25 Many people waited quietly. {HOW} • Independent Reading Sheet due on Thursday, 4/24 • 4th Quarter Paragraph Reading Summary due on Monday, 5/6 • 4th Quarter Paragraph Reading Summary due on Monday, 5/6 The gates opened early. {WHEN} We waited outside for the gates to open. {WHERE} Apr 13­6:43 PM Apr 16­1:35 PM Apr 13­7:34 PM Circle the adverb in each sentence. Draw an arrow to the verb it describes. Circle the adverb in each sentence. Draw an arrow to the verb it describes. 6. Justin ran quickly to the penguins pond.  1. I happily watched the polar bears.  7. The penguins played happily. 2. A polar bear cub lurked nearby. 8. A crowd gathered nearby.  3. The bear cub looked curiously at me.  9. The penguins dove gracefully into the water.  4. Another polar bear floated lazily in the water.  10. The people clapped loudly.  5. I always enjoy watching the bears.  Apr 13­7:40 PM Apr 13­7:48 PM Apr 15­10:42 AM 1

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