UNIT 1 ACADEMIC VOCABULARY ACADEMIC VOCABULARY ATTRIBUTE GRATIFYING

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UNIT 1 ACADEMIC VOCABULARY

UNIT 1 ACADEMIC VOCABULARY

ACADEMIC VOCABULARY ATTRIBUTE GRATIFYING PERSISTENT NOTABLE INSPIRE

ACADEMIC VOCABULARY ATTRIBUTE GRATIFYING PERSISTENT NOTABLE INSPIRE

RATE YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE WORD ◦ ON YOUR NOTEBOOK, RATE YOUR WORD KNOWLEDGE

RATE YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE WORD ◦ ON YOUR NOTEBOOK, RATE YOUR WORD KNOWLEDGE – FROM 1 TO 5 ◦ 1 – VERY FAMILIAR WORD ◦ 2 – SOMEWHAT FAMILIAR WORD ◦ 3 – SOME KNOWLEDGE ◦ 4 – NOT REALLY BUT A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE ◦ 5 - NOT REALLY AT ALL

PREDICT MEANING ◦ WHAT DO YOU THINK IT MEANS? ◦ WHERE HAVE YOU SEEN

PREDICT MEANING ◦ WHAT DO YOU THINK IT MEANS? ◦ WHERE HAVE YOU SEEN OR HEARD THIS WORD BEFORE? ◦ Use CONTEXT CLUES – take the word apart

Possible Definitions: ◦ TO GENERATE FEELINGS OR THOUGHTS IN SOMEONE ◦ TO ASSOCIATE A

Possible Definitions: ◦ TO GENERATE FEELINGS OR THOUGHTS IN SOMEONE ◦ TO ASSOCIATE A THING WITH SOMEONE OR SOMETHING ◦ CONTINUOUS, DETERMINED ◦ IMPORTANT, REMARKABLE, WORTHY OF ATTENTION ◦ PLEASING, SATISFYING

What word does this look like? What is going on in this picture?

What word does this look like? What is going on in this picture?

What are these symbols? What might be the meaning behind these symbols?

What are these symbols? What might be the meaning behind these symbols?

What could be going on here?

What could be going on here?

Sum up this image in ONE WORD…

Sum up this image in ONE WORD…

what kind of emotion or action is he expressing?

what kind of emotion or action is he expressing?

inspire = To generate feelings or thoughts in someone

inspire = To generate feelings or thoughts in someone

attribute =to associate a thing someone or something

attribute =to associate a thing someone or something

persistent =continuous, determined, tireless Is there another word that could also have the same

persistent =continuous, determined, tireless Is there another word that could also have the same meaning? ? Inspire

notable = outstanding, remarkable

notable = outstanding, remarkable

GRATIFYING =PLEASING, SATISFYING

GRATIFYING =PLEASING, SATISFYING

NOW… ◦How FAMILIAR do you feel about these words?

NOW… ◦How FAMILIAR do you feel about these words?

Try to create a sentence that uses as many of these words CORRECTLY in

Try to create a sentence that uses as many of these words CORRECTLY in a sentence…