Shades of Meaning
Sign into Tumblebooks and play Mason Moves Away
Stop at certain pages to show examples of using shades of meaning.
Students will read along and take notes for the different versions of words - synonyms and the way the meanings change.
2 direct instruction
Teacher will suggest two examples (using blanks in sample sentences)
Students will answer from word bank which word fits best in the sentences and explain why.
3 Guided Practice
Teacher will instruct students to sign in to their OneDrive accounts and open a sway or powerpoint.
Students will open their OneDrive accounts and open a sway or powerpoint. They will create a sway or powerpoint using three different examples or shades of meaning. (Example: nibble, eat, gobble). They will save and send to Canvas to submit assignment.
Teachers will instruct students to use Puppet Pals to create a short story using precise words and specifying different shades of meaning.
Students will use the app Puppet Pals to create a short story using precise words that specify different shades of meaning, They will follow rubric and submit via Canvas for grading.