6th IIX Unit 1 Lesson 3 by dFbSGbF

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									   MY BROTHER
      Martin
     I HAVE
    A DREAM
                  Word Analysis
The Big Idea:

We will read aloud fluently and accurately, and with
appropriate pacing, intonation, and expression
• Today we will read and analyze
  words from the selections
My Brother Martin and I Have a Dream.
              Lesson 3 Words

hope      despair   straight    crooked

shared    entered   belonged    avoided

expel     exhale    extrovert   exterior

liberty   liberal   liberate    liberation
                 Day One
              Review Antonyms

You have learned that:
Antonyms are words that mean the
 opposite, or nearly the opposite.
hope      despair     straight       crooked

Brainstorm more antonyms for the word:
straight
Brainstorm more antonyms for the word: hope
               Review suffix

You have learned that:
A suffix is added to the end of a word.
The suffix -ed shows action in the past
tense.

shared     entered    belonged      avoided
                   Try it!
•   Think, Pair, Share!
•   Person One:
•   Use one of the words below in a sentence:
•   enter       belong     avoid        share
•   Person Two:
•   Change the sentence to the past tense by
    adding the suffix –ed.
                   Review
hope     despair    straight   crooked

shared   entered    belonged   avoided
              Lesson 3 Words

hope      despair   straight    crooked

shared    entered   belonged    avoided

expel     exhale    extrovert   exterior

liberty   liberal   liberate    liberation
                     Day Two
             You have learned that:
  • A prefix is added to the beginning of a word

  • The prefix ex- means “out”


expel       exhale        extrovert          exterior




 Note: You can’t remove the prefix and still make
 sense of the “root” of these words!
             Try it!
 expel exhale extrovert exterior
1. Which word describes someone who is
   outgoing?
2. Which word describes the outside of a
   surface?
3. Which word means when you breathe
   outward?
4. Which word means when someone
   forces someone or something out?
The house’s exterior was falling
apart.




* Extend the sentence to explain why…
Words with the Latin root “liber”
liber means free

liberty   liberal   liberate liberation
        “liber” means free
Liberty: The quality or state of being free

Liberal: Generous or openhanded

Liberation: The act of being free, or
  setting at liberty.

Liberate: To free someone or something
               Try it!
   Match the word to the sentence.
liberty     liberal    liberate liberation

1. When we adopted our dog, we got to
____________________ him from the pound.
2. Many immigrants come to America, the sweet
land of _______________, for the freedom this
country offers.
3. Before the dance, I used a ____________
amount of gel to style my hair.
4. My father went to war so that persecuted Jewish
citizens of Germany might receive ____________.
           Lesson 3 Words
hope      despair   straight    crooked

shared    entered   belonged    avoided

expel     exhale    extrovert   exterior

liberty   liberal   liberate    liberation
                Day Three
                Sentence 1
John was amazed that he had read such a
  long book in such a short time, and quickly
  left for the library to pick up another by the
  same author.
              Sentence 2

To impress her movie-loving friends, Rita
 expanded her movie collection by liberally
 purchasing every film she could find.
hope despair straight crooked
                 Practice!
Person 1: Create a sentence using one of
 the words above.

Person 2: Create a sentence with the
 opposite meaning by using an antonym of
 the word your partner chose.
                   -ed
• Brainstorm several words that the ending
  –ed can be added to.

• How does this ending change the meaning
  of the words?

• Use one of the words in a complete
  sentence.
           Lesson 3 Words
hope      despair   straight    crooked

shared    entered   belonged    avoided

expel     exhale    extrovert   exterior

liberty   liberal   liberate    liberation
               Day Four
           Think-Pair-Share
Person One: Use the word extrovert in a
 sentence.
Person Two: Use the antonym for extrovert
 in a sentence.

Person Two: Use the word exterior in a
 sentence.
Person One: Use the antonym for exterior
 in a sentence.
           Lesson 4 Words
hope      despair   straight    crooked

shared    entered   belonged    avoided

expel     exhale    extrovert   exterior

liberty   liberal   liberate    liberation
                  Day Five
                  Review
Antonyms are words that mean the
 opposite, or nearly the opposite.

The suffix -ed shows action in the past tense.


The prefix ex- means “out”.

The Latin root liber means free.
             CST practice
1. In Latin, the phrase liber means
   a. old
   b. free
   c. a type of measurement
   d. crazy
2. Read the sentence in the box
  He will librate the animal from its cage.

  What is the correct way to spell the
   underlined word?
  a.liborate
  b.leborate
  c.liberate
  d.Leave as is.
3. Read this excerpt from the “I
Have a Dream” speech.
With this faith we will be able to hew out of
 the mountain of despair a stone of hope.

Which sentence best describes the
relationship between the underlined words?
a. Despair and hope are synonyms.
b. Despair adds to the meaning of hope.
c. Despair and hope are opposite in meaning.
d. Despair is a specific type of hope.

								
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