Imagine It! Word Study kimono phonograph startled internment barrack sweltered ascend donned soloed enrich blistering pois...
kimono – a loose robe that is tied with a sash
phonograph – an instrument that reproduces sound from records
startled – excited by sudden surprise of alarm
internment – confined or impounded, especially during a time of war
barrack – providing temporary housing: very plain and uniform
sweltered – past tense of swelter: to suffer, sweat, or become faint from heat
ascend – to climb
donned – past tense of don: to put on
soloed – past tense of solo: to dance or perform alone
enrich – to make better by adding something
enrich – to make better by adding something
blistering – extremely intense or severe
poised – balanced or steady
agent – someone who comes representing someone else
Preparing to Read Day 1 –  Line 1 - move  watch  letters  share <ul><li>These words are multiple meaning words. For instan...
Preparing to Read Day 2 –  Line 3 – unfair  unpleasant  ungrateful  unbalance <ul><li>What does the prefix “un” mean? What...
Preparing to Read Day 3 –  average  express  interest  force <ul><li>Let’s find two meanings for each word. </li></ul>Day ...
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The Dancing Bird of Paradise

  1. 1. Imagine It! Word Study kimono phonograph startled internment barrack sweltered ascend donned soloed enrich blistering poised agent The Dancing Bird of Paradise
  2. 2. kimono – a loose robe that is tied with a sash
  3. 3. phonograph – an instrument that reproduces sound from records
  4. 4. startled – excited by sudden surprise of alarm
  5. 5. internment – confined or impounded, especially during a time of war
  6. 6. barrack – providing temporary housing: very plain and uniform
  7. 7. sweltered – past tense of swelter: to suffer, sweat, or become faint from heat
  8. 8. ascend – to climb
  9. 9. donned – past tense of don: to put on
  10. 10. soloed – past tense of solo: to dance or perform alone
  11. 11. enrich – to make better by adding something
  12. 12. enrich – to make better by adding something
  13. 13. blistering – extremely intense or severe
  14. 14. poised – balanced or steady
  15. 15. agent – someone who comes representing someone else
  16. 16. Preparing to Read Day 1 – Line 1 - move watch letters share <ul><li>These words are multiple meaning words. For instance, “share” has multiple meanings – you can have a share of something (n) or you have to share something (v) “share” has more than one meaning, but both meanings have the same origin </li></ul>Day 1 – Line 2 – blistering/sweltering grateful/appreciative let/allowed <ul><li>These words are synonyms. Let’s find an additional synonym for each of the word pairs. </li></ul>
  17. 17. Preparing to Read Day 2 – Line 3 – unfair unpleasant ungrateful unbalance <ul><li>What does the prefix “un” mean? What is the base word in each word? What are the parts of speech for each word? </li></ul>Day 2 – Line 4 – enrich encourage endear endanger <ul><li>The prefix “en” means “to put into” or “to cause to be” or “thoroughly.” Knowing this, what does each word mean? </li></ul>
  18. 18. Preparing to Read Day 3 – average express interest force <ul><li>Let’s find two meanings for each word. </li></ul>Day 4 – tiresome/tedious disaster/calamity feeble/frail <ul><li>Let’s define the word pairs. Let’s add a third synonym to the pairs. </li></ul>

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