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Unit5wk1 part1  becauseof winndixie week1 vocabulary intro Unit5wk1 part1 becauseof winndixie week1 vocabulary intro Presentation Transcript

  • Because of Winn Dixie
    Vocabulary Introduction
    Unit 5, Week 1
  • Selecting- choosing
    When you are selecting,you are choosing.
    Our committee was in charge of selecting games for field day.
    What are some things you have been in charge of selecting?
  • Positive- certain, sure
    To be positive is to be certain.
    We were positive that the tracks in the snow could only have been made by a bear.
    What is another definition for the word positive?
  • Snuffled- sniffed usually loudly
    If you snuffled, you breathed loudly, maybe because you had a cold.
    I could hear the dog as he snuffled along the trail in the woods.
    What is another occasion when someone may have snuffled?
  • Consisted- made up (of)
    If something consisted of different things, it was made up of, or contained, those things.
    The hearty meal consisted of soup, salad, a half of sandwich, and an apple.
    What does a typical day for you consist of?
  • Peculiar- not usual
    Something that is peculiar is strange or unusual.
    We thought it was peculiar that no one was carrying an umbrella, even though it was raining.
    What is an antonym of peculiar?
  • Advanced- beyond the beginning level
    Anything advanced is fully developed or past the beginning.
    After playing for years, Josh signed up for advanced tennis lessons.
    Beginning
    Level
    Advanced
    What other things could be advanced?