14. niece 15. fierce 16. lady 17. spicy 18. fancy 19. gently 20. frenzy 21. begin 22. immediate 23. convenient 24. medium 25. taxi 26. period
Idiom "crocodile tears"
fromthebeliefthatcrocodilesweptovertheirpreyto lurefurthervictims. It was often thought that crocodiles shed tears that then slide down into their mouths, moistening their food and making it easier for them to swallow. While the tears seem to be an emotional response, they are actually aiding the crocodile's eating habits.
Adage/Proverb "a chain is as strong as its weakest link"
for a team to be successful, everyone must rely on each other to do his/her best. If one person doesn't try his/her best, the team will not likely succeed.
1. Read "The Walrus and the Carpenter" by Lewis Carroll (1832-1898). This is a whimsical poem that you will enjoy. 2. Reread the poem and discuss what is occurring in each stanza. 3. Answer the questions. 4. Brain Bucket for anyone who can logically connect one of Mrs. Sullivan's stories to the poem.
1. Get the Story Times newspaper. Read the story, "The Quick Running Squash". 2. EBLI the two words written in BOLD: peculiar 3. Answer the questions on the back of the paper. 4. Use an EBLI board to summarize the story in 15 words or less. Get checked! Transfer your summary in your StoryWorks booklet.
1. Watch the video about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 2. After watching, read your copy of the UDHR and respond to which Human Right you believe is the most important. Write your eloquent answer on the back of your MAP. 3. Check your MAP for this week's RNB requirements. You must complete pages 18-25. You may find examples of what your requirements are by clicking the image of Esperanza Rising.
1. Read and discuss the article, "Pam Munoz Ryan." 2. Answer the questions using the article. 3. IF you finish the AOW, please start working on the Novelty center! It has many requirements.