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An open-court fifth grade story vocabulary powerpoint

An open-court fifth grade story vocabulary powerpoint

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  • 1. Galileo
  • 2. Word Knowledge
    • observe
    • observer
    • observation
    • These words contain the root word observe which means see.
  • 3. Word Knowledge
    • carriage
    • convex
    • cut
    • constellation
    • These words have the /k/ sound spelled c before a,o or u
  • 4. Word Knowledge
    • Circle
    • Celestial
    • Cylinder
    • Cycle
    • These words demonstrate the /s/ sound spelled c before e, i or y.
  • 5. Word Knowledge
    • Wavy
    • Sailors
    • Amazed
    • Bathed
    • These words review the long /a/ sound spelled a, ai, and a_e.
  • 6.
    • The citizens in the observatory will observe the constellations.
    • A telescope has concave and convex lenses.
    Word Knowledge
  • 7. Word Knowledge
    • The moon is a celestial body that circles the earth.
    • The sailors are often amazed at the sights they see all over the world.
  • 8. Vocabulary
    • apparatus
    • A piece of equipment that has a particular use.
    “ The place was filled with gadgets he had already invented, including an apparatus for indicating temperature and another for timing the pulse of a patient.” Galileo, pg 103
  • 9. Vocabulary
    • Extraordinary:
    • unusual or amazing
    “ Five years earlier, all Padua had seen an extraordinary happening: a new star had appeared in the sky.” Galileo, pg 104
  • 10. Vocabulary
    • Constellation:
    • group of stars that form shapes in the sky.
    “ The constellation of the Pleiades, in which sharp-eyed observers could only see seven stars, became a swarm of 43.” Galileo pg. 106
  • 11. Vocabulary
    • Celestial:
    • relating to the sky
    “ The fact that the sun had spots shocked some people, who felt that a celestial object ought to be without blemish.” Galileo pg. 109
  • 12. Vocabulary
    • Interrogation:
    • questioning
    “ Interrogation began on April 12, 1633. Galileo was asked to declare that he was wrong and that the earth stood still.” Galileo pg 110
  • 13. Wands of Knowledge observe observer observation carriage convex cut constellation circle celestial cylinder cycle wavy sailors amazed bathed apparatus extraordinary interrogation

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