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  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 1 image. 1. One word in the selection is guaranteed . Say it with me: guaranteed . Guaranteed means “promised.” When something has been guaranteed, you know it will happen. You don’t have to worry or think about it. 2. En español, to guarantee quiere decir “garantizar, prometer, asegurar.” Si algo está garantizado, sabes que va a pasar. No te preocupa. 3. To guarantee in English and garantizar in Spanish are cognates. They sound almost the same and mean the same thing in both languages. 4. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word guaranteed . (Point to the sunrise in the photo.) Isn’t this a beautiful sunrise? Every day we are guaranteed that the sun will rise.   PARTNER TALK 5. Think about this morning when you woke up. Maybe you were up early enough to watch the sunrise. Or, you saw the light from the sun coming into your room. Tell your partner how you felt because you knew the sunrise was guaranteed. 6. Turn to your partner and talk about other things that are guaranteed. Tell how it makes you feel to know that these things are guaranteed. Discuss how life might be different if these things were not guaranteed. Use the word guaranteed in your response. (Examples include: the sunset, the tides at the ocean) 7. Now let’s say guaranteed together three more times: guaranteed , guaranteed , guaranteed .
  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 1 image. 1. One word in the selection is guaranteed . Say it with me: guaranteed . Guaranteed means “promised.” When something has been guaranteed, you know it will happen. You don’t have to worry or think about it. 2. En español, to guarantee quiere decir “garantizar, prometer, asegurar.” Si algo está garantizado, sabes que va a pasar. No te preocupa. 3. To guarantee in English and garantizar in Spanish are cognates. They sound almost the same and mean the same thing in both languages. 4. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word guaranteed . (Point to the sunrise in the photo.) Isn’t this a beautiful sunrise? Every day we are guaranteed that the sun will rise.   PARTNER TALK 5. Think about this morning when you woke up. Maybe you were up early enough to watch the sunrise. Or, you saw the light from the sun coming into your room. Tell your partner how you felt because you knew the sunrise was guaranteed. 6. Turn to your partner and talk about other things that are guaranteed. Tell how it makes you feel to know that these things are guaranteed. Discuss how life might be different if these things were not guaranteed. Use the word guaranteed in your response. (Examples include: the sunset, the tides at the ocean) 7. Now let’s say guaranteed together three more times: guaranteed , guaranteed , guaranteed .
  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 2 image. 1. Another word in the selection is supervise . Say it with me: supervise . To supervise means “to be in charge of others and to watch their work.” When a person supervises you, he or she checks your work. The supervisor makes sure that you do a good job, and helps you if you need it. You have to know a lot to supervise others. 2. En español, to supervise quiere decir “estar a cargo de otros y observar su trabajo, vigilar, supervisar.” Si alguien te está supervisando, revisa tu trabajo. El supervisor se asegura de que hayas hecho tu trabajo bien y te ayuda si lo necesitas. Tienes que saber mucho para poder supervisar a otros. 3. To supervise in English and supervisar in Spanish are cognates. They sound almost the same and mean the same thing in both languages.   PARTNER TALK 4. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word supervise . (Point to the man who is closest to the machine in the photo.) This man is the boss or the supervisor. His job is to supervise the worker. He is checking what the worker did and explaining how to finish a part of the job. The worker listens and follows directions. 5. As your teacher, I supervise your work and help you do things correctly. Talk with your partner about people that supervise others in their jobs. Share your ideas with the class. 6. Think of an activity that you might supervise. Tell us why you are a good person to supervise this activity. Draw a picture to illustrate how you would supervise this activity. 7. Now let’s say supervise together three more times: supervise , supervise , supervise .
  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 2 image. 1. Another word in the selection is supervise . Say it with me: supervise . To supervise means “to be in charge of others and to watch their work.” When a person supervises you, he or she checks your work. The supervisor makes sure that you do a good job, and helps you if you need it. You have to know a lot to supervise others. 2. En español, to supervise quiere decir “estar a cargo de otros y observar su trabajo, vigilar, supervisar.” Si alguien te está supervisando, revisa tu trabajo. El supervisor se asegura de que hayas hecho tu trabajo bien y te ayuda si lo necesitas. Tienes que saber mucho para poder supervisar a otros. 3. To supervise in English and supervisar in Spanish are cognates. They sound almost the same and mean the same thing in both languages.   PARTNER TALK 4. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word supervise . (Point to the man who is closest to the machine in the photo.) This man is the boss or the supervisor. His job is to supervise the worker. He is checking what the worker did and explaining how to finish a part of the job. The worker listens and follows directions. 5. As your teacher, I supervise your work and help you do things correctly. Talk with your partner about people that supervise others in their jobs. Share your ideas with the class. 6. Think of an activity that you might supervise. Tell us why you are a good person to supervise this activity. Draw a picture to illustrate how you would supervise this activity. 7. Now let’s say supervise together three more times: supervise , supervise , supervise .
  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 3 image. 1. Another word in the selection is frustrated . Say it with me: frustrated . When you are frustrated you are unhappy because you can’t do or finish something. You might feel helpless, angry, or discouraged if you are frustrated about something. I get frustrated when I have to drive in traffic. 2. En español, frustrated quiere decir “sentirse insatisfecho por no poder hacer o completar algo, frustrado.” Una persona que está frustrada se siente incapaz, impotente, enojada o desanimada. Me siento frustrado cuando manejo en un embotellamiento de carros. 3. Frustrated in English and frustrado in Spanish are cognates. They sound almost the same and mean the same thing in both languages.   MOVEMENT 4. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word frustrated . (Point to the woman in the photo.) This woman’s car won’t start and she does not know why. She does not know how to fix the car. She’s so frustrated! Her expression and the way she holds her hands show how frustrated she is. 5. Let’s all show what happened that caused the woman to become frustrated. Let’s drive the car. Oh no, the car stopped! Let’s get out and open the hood. We don’t know what’s wrong. We can’t figure out how to fix it. Let’s use our face and hands to look frustrated. Let’s tense up our shoulders. 6. Think of a time when you were frustrated. Tell us why you were frustrated and show us how you looked and acted. 7. Now let’s say frustrated together three more times: frustrated , frustrated , frustrated .
  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 3 image. 1. Another word in the selection is frustrated . Say it with me: frustrated . When you are frustrated you are unhappy because you can’t do or finish something. You might feel helpless, angry, or discouraged if you are frustrated about something. I get frustrated when I have to drive in traffic. 2. En español, frustrated quiere decir “sentirse insatisfecho por no poder hacer o completar algo, frustrado.” Una persona que está frustrada se siente incapaz, impotente, enojada o desanimada. Me siento frustrado cuando manejo en un embotellamiento de carros. 3. Frustrated in English and frustrado in Spanish are cognates. They sound almost the same and mean the same thing in both languages.   MOVEMENT 4. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word frustrated . (Point to the woman in the photo.) This woman’s car won’t start and she does not know why. She does not know how to fix the car. She’s so frustrated! Her expression and the way she holds her hands show how frustrated she is. 5. Let’s all show what happened that caused the woman to become frustrated. Let’s drive the car. Oh no, the car stopped! Let’s get out and open the hood. We don’t know what’s wrong. We can’t figure out how to fix it. Let’s use our face and hands to look frustrated. Let’s tense up our shoulders. 6. Think of a time when you were frustrated. Tell us why you were frustrated and show us how you looked and acted. 7. Now let’s say frustrated together three more times: frustrated , frustrated , frustrated .
  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 4 image. 1. Another word in the selection is coordination . Say it with me: coordination . Coordination is the ability to balance and move different parts of your body at the same time. When you have good coordination, you can move without tripping. Good coordination helps dancers, athletes, and jugglers perform. 2. En español, coordination quiere decir “la habilidad de equilibrarse y de mover distintas partes del cuerpo a la vez, coordinación.” Cuando tienes buena coordinación, te mueves sin tropezar. La buena coordinación ayuda a los bailarines, atletas y acróbatas a desempeñarse. 3. Coordination in English and coordinación in Spanish are cognates. They sound almost the same and mean the same thing in both languages.   MOVEMENT 4. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word coordination . (Point to the girl in the photo.) This gymnast has excellent coordination. She uses muscles in many parts of her body to balance on the beam. She won’t fall off because her coordination is so good. 5. Let’s demonstrate some activities that require good coordination. Let’s see if we can do them. (Have students demonstrate actions such as touching their noses with their eyes closed while standing on one foot.) Wow! These actions require a lot of good coordination! 6. Think of a way to demonstrate poor coordination. Show us, and we’ll copy your actions. 7. Now let’s say coordination together three more times: coordination , coordination , coordination .
  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 4 image. 1. Another word in the selection is coordination . Say it with me: coordination . Coordination is the ability to balance and move different parts of your body at the same time. When you have good coordination, you can move without tripping. Good coordination helps dancers, athletes, and jugglers perform. 2. En español, coordination quiere decir “la habilidad de equilibrarse y de mover distintas partes del cuerpo a la vez, coordinación.” Cuando tienes buena coordinación, te mueves sin tropezar. La buena coordinación ayuda a los bailarines, atletas y acróbatas a desempeñarse. 3. Coordination in English and coordinación in Spanish are cognates. They sound almost the same and mean the same thing in both languages.   MOVEMENT 4. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word coordination . (Point to the girl in the photo.) This gymnast has excellent coordination. She uses muscles in many parts of her body to balance on the beam. She won’t fall off because her coordination is so good. 5. Let’s demonstrate some activities that require good coordination. Let’s see if we can do them. (Have students demonstrate actions such as touching their noses with their eyes closed while standing on one foot.) Wow! These actions require a lot of good coordination! 6. Think of a way to demonstrate poor coordination. Show us, and we’ll copy your actions. 7. Now let’s say coordination together three more times: coordination , coordination , coordination .
  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 5 image. 1. Another word in the selection is ease . Say it with me: ease . When you do something with ease you do it with little effort. You look comfortable, not stiff. You feel very relaxed. Since I’ve been riding a bike since I was five, I can do it with ease, without any trouble. 2. En español, ease quiere decir “facilidad.” Cuando haces algo con facilidad, lo haces con poco esfuerzo. Te ves cómodo, no tieso; te sientes relajado. Como sé montar en bicicleta desde que tengo cinco años, lo hago con facilidad y sin problemas.   MOVEMENT 3. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word ease . (Point to the girl in the photo.) This girl swings with ease on her tree swing. Her shoulders look relaxed and she is smiling. She holds onto the rope, but she does not grip it tightly like she is afraid of falling off. Her ease makes swinging look like a lot of fun. 4. Let’s all show how the girl swings with ease. Pretend to hold onto the rope lightly, not too tight. Smile and look relaxed. Sway gently back and forth. You look like you are at ease. 5. What is something that you do with ease? Do you sing, dance, or tell stories? Do you move with ease when you use inline skates or ice skates? Show us how you move and work with ease. 6. Now let’s say ease together three more times: ease , ease , ease .
  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 5 image. 1. Another word in the selection is ease . Say it with me: ease . When you do something with ease you do it with little effort. You look comfortable, not stiff. You feel very relaxed. Since I’ve been riding a bike since I was five, I can do it with ease, without any trouble. 2. En español, ease quiere decir “facilidad.” Cuando haces algo con facilidad, lo haces con poco esfuerzo. Te ves cómodo, no tieso; te sientes relajado. Como sé montar en bicicleta desde que tengo cinco años, lo hago con facilidad y sin problemas.   MOVEMENT 3. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word ease . (Point to the girl in the photo.) This girl swings with ease on her tree swing. Her shoulders look relaxed and she is smiling. She holds onto the rope, but she does not grip it tightly like she is afraid of falling off. Her ease makes swinging look like a lot of fun. 4. Let’s all show how the girl swings with ease. Pretend to hold onto the rope lightly, not too tight. Smile and look relaxed. Sway gently back and forth. You look like you are at ease. 5. What is something that you do with ease? Do you sing, dance, or tell stories? Do you move with ease when you use inline skates or ice skates? Show us how you move and work with ease. 6. Now let’s say ease together three more times: ease , ease , ease .
  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 6 image.   1. Another word in the selection is scenery . Say it with me: scenery . When you are looking at a beautiful view of nature, you call it scenery. You might drive to the mountains to look at the trees and flowers. You might drive to the beach to look at the sand and the ocean. Looking at pretty scenery makes you feel happy. 2. En español, scenery quiere decir “una vista bonita de la naturaleza, un paisaje.” Tal vez tomes un paseo a las montañas a ver los árboles y las flores. Tal vez vayas a la playa a mirar la arena y el mar. Estos hermosos paisajes te hacen sentir feliz.   PARTNER TALK 3. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word scenery . (Point to the photo.) Isn’t this natural scenery beautiful? You can imagine walking in the woods with the leaves crunching under your feet while you listen to the gurgling sound of the stream. You can feel the slippery, moss-covered rocks under your feet. 4. Describe the scenery in this picture to your partner. Include a lot of details about how things look, how you think they would feel, the smells you might experience, and the sounds you might hear. 5. Tell your partner about a place you have visited or read about that has beautiful scenery. Describe the scenery. Explain why you like this place. Tell how looking at the scenery makes you feel. 6. Now let’s say scenery together three more times: scenery , scenery , scenery .
  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 6 image.   1. Another word in the selection is scenery . Say it with me: scenery . When you are looking at a beautiful view of nature, you call it scenery. You might drive to the mountains to look at the trees and flowers. You might drive to the beach to look at the sand and the ocean. Looking at pretty scenery makes you feel happy. 2. En español, scenery quiere decir “una vista bonita de la naturaleza, un paisaje.” Tal vez tomes un paseo a las montañas a ver los árboles y las flores. Tal vez vayas a la playa a mirar la arena y el mar. Estos hermosos paisajes te hacen sentir feliz.   PARTNER TALK 3. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word scenery . (Point to the photo.) Isn’t this natural scenery beautiful? You can imagine walking in the woods with the leaves crunching under your feet while you listen to the gurgling sound of the stream. You can feel the slippery, moss-covered rocks under your feet. 4. Describe the scenery in this picture to your partner. Include a lot of details about how things look, how you think they would feel, the smells you might experience, and the sounds you might hear. 5. Tell your partner about a place you have visited or read about that has beautiful scenery. Describe the scenery. Explain why you like this place. Tell how looking at the scenery makes you feel. 6. Now let’s say scenery together three more times: scenery , scenery , scenery .
  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 7 image. 1. Another word in the selection is bundle . Say it with me: bundle . A bundle is a stack of things all tied or wrapped up together. When you put things in a bundle, it’s easier to keep track of them and to prevent them from falling all over the place. You usually tie a bundle with string or put a rubber band around it. 2. En español, bundle quiere decir “un grupo de cosas atadas o envueltas juntas, un fardo.” Atar cosas en un fardo ayuda a organizarlas y a prevenir que se caigan. Normalmente un fardo se ata con una tira o cuerda, o con una banda elástica.   PARTNER TALK 3. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word bundle . (Point to the bundles of newspapers in the photo.) The girl is holding two big bundles of newspapers. To make each bundle, she stacked the papers on top of each other, then tied them with string. See how neat and tidy the bundles are? She can carry both bundles of papers to the recycling bin without having them blow away. 4. Suppose this girl didn’t put all of the newspapers into bundles. What might happen if it got windy? How would she carry them to the recycling bin? Tell your partner why it’s best to put papers into bundles. 5. What other things can be put into a bundle? Talk with your partner and see how many things you can think of. Share your ideas with another group. 6. Now let’s say bundle together three more times: bundle , bundle , bundle .
  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 7 image. 1. Another word in the selection is bundle . Say it with me: bundle . A bundle is a stack of things all tied or wrapped up together. When you put things in a bundle, it’s easier to keep track of them and to prevent them from falling all over the place. You usually tie a bundle with string or put a rubber band around it. 2. En español, bundle quiere decir “un grupo de cosas atadas o envueltas juntas, un fardo.” Atar cosas en un fardo ayuda a organizarlas y a prevenir que se caigan. Normalmente un fardo se ata con una tira o cuerda, o con una banda elástica.   PARTNER TALK 3. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word bundle . (Point to the bundles of newspapers in the photo.) The girl is holding two big bundles of newspapers. To make each bundle, she stacked the papers on top of each other, then tied them with string. See how neat and tidy the bundles are? She can carry both bundles of papers to the recycling bin without having them blow away. 4. Suppose this girl didn’t put all of the newspapers into bundles. What might happen if it got windy? How would she carry them to the recycling bin? Tell your partner why it’s best to put papers into bundles. 5. What other things can be put into a bundle? Talk with your partner and see how many things you can think of. Share your ideas with another group. 6. Now let’s say bundle together three more times: bundle , bundle , bundle .
  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 8 image. 1. Another word in the selection is fused . Say it with me: fused . Things that are fused are very strongly attached to each other. Things might be fused with glue or cement. In nature, trees or plants might fuse when they grow very close together. When things are fused it’s very hard or even impossible to pull them apart. 2. En español, to fuse quiere decir “sujetar o unir dos cosas fuertemente, fusionar.” Se pueden fusionar cosas con goma o cemento. En la naturaleza, algunos árboles o plantas se fusionan si crecen muy cerca. Es difícil y hasta imposible separar dos cosas que han sido fusionadas. 3. To fuse in English and fusionar in Spanish are cognates. They sound almost the same and mean the same thing in both languages.   MOVEMENT 4. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word fused . (Point to the mushrooms in the photo.) These two mushrooms grew very close to each other. The tops and stems fused together. You can see where they are attached. You would have to cut between the fused mushrooms to get them apart. 5. Use your fingers and show what the mushrooms look like when they are fused together. Have your partner try to pull your fingers apart. They can’t do it because your fingers are closed tight together, like the mushrooms. 6. Now show us what the mushrooms look like when they are separate, or not fused. Have your partner try to pull your fingers apart. It’s easy to do because your fingers are loose, not fused. 7. Now let’s say fused together three more times: fused , fused , fused .
  • TEACHER TALK Point to the Word 8 image. 1. Another word in the selection is fused . Say it with me: fused . Things that are fused are very strongly attached to each other. Things might be fused with glue or cement. In nature, trees or plants might fuse when they grow very close together. When things are fused it’s very hard or even impossible to pull them apart. 2. En español, to fuse quiere decir “sujetar o unir dos cosas fuertemente, fusionar.” Se pueden fusionar cosas con goma o cemento. En la naturaleza, algunos árboles o plantas se fusionan si crecen muy cerca. Es difícil y hasta imposible separar dos cosas que han sido fusionadas. 3. To fuse in English and fusionar in Spanish are cognates. They sound almost the same and mean the same thing in both languages.   MOVEMENT 4. Now let’s look at a picture that demonstrates the word fused . (Point to the mushrooms in the photo.) These two mushrooms grew very close to each other. The tops and stems fused together. You can see where they are attached. You would have to cut between the fused mushrooms to get them apart. 5. Use your fingers and show what the mushrooms look like when they are fused together. Have your partner try to pull your fingers apart. They can’t do it because your fingers are closed tight together, like the mushrooms. 6. Now show us what the mushrooms look like when they are separate, or not fused. Have your partner try to pull your fingers apart. It’s easy to do because your fingers are loose, not fused. 7. Now let’s say fused together three more times: fused , fused , fused .

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  • Vocabulary 4.5
  • Vocabulary Assignment:•Complete an Own the Word page foreach vocabulary word.•Make sure and do your BEST work.•Make sure and fill out each box on yourOwn the Word page for each word.•Don’t forget your two sentences! 
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● guaranteed
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● guaranteed Guaranteed means “promised.” When something has been guaranteed, you know it will happen. You don’t have to worry or think about it.
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● supervise
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● superviseTo supervise means “to be in charge of others and to watch their work.”When a person supervises you, he or she checks your work. Thesupervisor makes sure that you do a good job, and helps you if youneed it. You have to know a lot to supervise others.
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● frustrated
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● frustrated When you are frustrated you are unhappy because you can’t do or finish something. You might feel helpless, angry, or discouraged if you are frustrated about something. I get frustrated when I have to drive in traffic.
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● coordination
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● coordinationCoordination is the ability to balance and move different partsof your body at the same time. When you have goodcoordination, you can move without tripping. Good coordinationhelps dancers, athletes, and jugglers perform.
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● ease
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● easeWhen you do something with ease you do it with little effort.You look comfortable, not stiff. You feel very relaxed. SinceI’ve been riding a bike since I was five, I can do it with ease,without any trouble.
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● scenery
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● sceneryWhen you are looking at a beautiful view of nature, you call it scenery.You might drive to the mountains to look at the trees and flowers. Youmight drive to the beach to look at the sand and the ocean. Looking atpretty scenery makes you feel happy.
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● bundle
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● bundle A bundle is a stack of things all tied or wrapped up together.When you put things in a bundle, it’s easier to keep track ofthem and to prevent them from falling all over the place. Youusually tie a bundle with string or put a rubber band around it.
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● fused
  • Key Words Unit 4 Week 5 ● fusedThings that are fused are very strongly attached to each other. Thingsmight be fused with glue or cement. In nature, trees or plants might fusewhen they grow very close together. When things are fused it’s very hardor even impossible to pull them apart.