Tier Two Words & Quizlet Study Link 1/13-1/17/2020

Monday
respite– a temporary delay (noun)
retort– a quick or sharp reply (noun)

Tuesday
revere– to have great respect for (verb)
rivalry– competition with others (noun)

Wednesday
romp– to play in a rough, noisy way (verb)
rummage– to search in a messy way (verb)

Thursday
saturate– to soak completely (verb)
savor– to enjoy the taste, smell, or moment of something (verb)

Quizlet

https://quizlet.com/259798786/tier-two-words-week-18-flash-cards/

Happy New Year 2020: Language Arts 1/6-1/10

Welcome back students and parents. I hope everyone is refreshed and motivated for the new year, 2020.
This week in Language arts, students will be working on the following:

Monday- Students wrote long term and short term personal/academic goals for the new year and semester. The class discussed the importance of setting goals and working toward them.

Tuesday- There was a mini lesson on the literary concept of tone/mood in writing. Students learned how to define the concepts and identify them in a selection of argumentative writing in preparation for writing their own argumentative essay.

Wednesday-Thursday- Students analyzed the tone used by two different authors writing from two different sides of an argument.

Friday- Tier Two Quiz, journal prompt check & reading.

Tier Two Words & Study Link 1/6-1/10

Monday
ravenous-greedy; very hungry; eager for satisfaction (adj.)
refute-to prove incorrect (v.)

Tuesday
relentless– steady; constant (adj)
relish– to enjoy with pleasure (verb)

Wednesday
reluctant– doubtful about or unwilling (adj)
remorse– regret due to guilt for deeds in the past (noun)

Thursday
reprimand– to criticize or scold strongly for bad behavior (verb)
resilience– ability to recover from misfortune (noun)

Quizlet

https://quizlet.com/113225475/tier-two-words-week-17-flash-cards/

Tier Two Words 12/2- 12/7

Monday
prudence– good judgment; common sense (noun)
pungent-having a sour or bitter smell or taste (adj)

Tuesday
quest– adventurous search in an attempt to achieve a goal (noun)
rapport– a friendly relationship (noun)

Wednesday
rapt-deeply interested (adj)
reconcile-to settle by agreement; to make friendly again (verb)

Thursday
refuge– a safe place; protection from danger (noun)
regalia– special fine or decorative clothing (noun)

Quizlet

https://quizlet.com/108901902/tier-two-words-week-sixteen-flash-cards/

Tier Two Words for week 11/18-11/22

Monday
pliant-easily molded or shaped (adj)
poignant-very emotionally touching (adj)

Tuesday
precarious– dangerously unstable, not secure (adj)
prevail– to triumph over difficult conditions; to be successful (verb)

Wednesday
prodigious– amazing; incredibly huge (adj)
profound– deeply felt (adj)

Thursday
proliferate-to grow or increase rapidly (verb)
prosperity-success; a state of being well off or having good fortune (noun)

Quizlet

Tier Two Words 10/28-11/1

Monday
melancholy– gloomy; sad (adj)
melodramatic– marked by exaggerated emotions (adj)

Tuesday
merit– a quality worthy of reward or honor (noun)
meticulous– very careful or too careful about small details (adj)

Wednesday
morbid– unusually focused on the gloomy or gruesome (adj)
mortify– to cause to feel extreme embarrassment or shame (verb)

Thursday
nonchalant– having a cool, casual, and confident manner (adj)
novel– new and different (adj)

Quizlet

Language arts This Week 10/21-10/25

Monday- Students will review Subjects & predicates and apply it to their understanding of identifying fragments, run-ons & sentences. Homework sheet will be assigned

Tuesday- Students will examine sentence structure and take notes and commence the myth Phaethon and complete a myth analysis sheet.

Wednesday- Complete the Myth assignment on Phaethon with assigned task and commence embedded assessment #2, writing a myth to explain a natural phenomenon.
Thursday- Review sentence structure understanding using Kahoot

Friday- Test on sentence Structure, fragments & run-ons and Tier two words.

Tier Two Words & Study Link 10/21-10/25

Monday
jubilant– extremely joyful (adj)
lament– to regret deeply or mourn (verb)

Tuesday
lavish– excessive in cost or quantity (adj)
literal– meaning exactly what is said (adj)

Wednesday
loiter– to stay in an area and do nothing (verb)
malevolent-having evil intentions (adj)

Thursday
meager– lacking in quality or quantity (adj)
mediate -to work with opposing sides to settle or resolve a disagreement (verb)

Quizlet

https://quizlet.com/238068110/tier-two-words-vocabulary-week-eleven-flash-cards/