Sunday, May 31, 2015

Revised Proust Personality Questionnaire

Proust Personality Questionnaire | Modern Proust Personality Survey Questionnaire

The Proust Questionnaire is a questionnaire about one's personality. Its name and modern popularity as a form of interview is owed to the responses given by the French writer Marcel Proust.


Confessions questions Confidences questions
What is your greatest talent
What talent would you like to have
What is your greatest fear
What from your past do you dwell on
What are your best virtues
What your life should be focused on
What can you do if you choose to do
What you worry about
What you need to let go
The principal aspect of my personality
What are your favorite qualities in a man. The quality that I desire in a man.
What are your favorite qualities in a woman. The quality that I desire in a woman.
What are your primary distinguishing characteristics The quality that I desire others to appreciate in me
What do you appreciate the most in your friends What I appreciate most about my friends.
What is your main imperfection My main imperfection that I need to change
What is your favorite occupation My dream occupation.
What is your idea of happiness My dream of happiness.
What is your idea of misery. What would be my greatest misfortune?
Who would you be If not yourself? What I should like to be.
Where would you like to live? The country where I should like to live.
Your favorite color and flower. My passions
Who is your favorite leader My political beliefs
What person failed you the most? My personal imperfection in my relationships are rooted in past failures
Who are your favorite prose authors. My favorite teacher.
Who are your favorite poets. My favorite philosopher.
Who are your favorite heroes in fiction. My alter-ego and cathartic dreams.
Who are your favorite heroines in fiction. My alter-ego and cathartic dreams
Who are your favorite painters and composers. My aesthetic preferences


My favorite painters.
Who are your heroes in real life. My mentors and exemplars that I use to measure myself
Your favorite heroines in real life. My mentors and exemplars that I use to measure myself
What characters in history do you most dislike. My inspiration and moral and political beliefs
Who is your favorite heroines in World history My inspiration and moral and political beliefs
Your favorite food and drink.

Your favorite names. My future offspring names
What I hate the most. What I hate most of all.
What World history characters I hate the most Historical figures that I despise the most.
What reforms I admire the most The reforms which I admire the most.
What natural talent I'd like to be gifted with The gift of nature that I would like to have.
How I want to be remembered when I die How I want to be remembered
What is your present state of mind. My present state of mind.
What faults do I have the most tolerance for? Faults for which I have the most indulgence.
Your favorites quote. My motto’s for life.

Saturday, May 30, 2015

Spelling Tips for Dyslexic Students

How to Teach Spelling: Students with Dyslexia and Dysgraphia

Are you teaching spelling wrong and giving spelling test the wrong
way? Many teachers have given up on spelling test or just assign the words in the reading program and give the end of week test. Spelling takes three skills all working together, and if you're not teaching the three skills to your struggling students they will never have success.

1. Sequencing and memory 
2. Fine motor skills for writing
3. Language processing


I was a very poor speller due in part severe dyslexia and dysgraphia.



As an LD student, I had three big problems with spelling. First, making the actual
word look correct, "is the sequence of letters correct?", "do the letters have the correct orientation, I hate p,d,q, b?", "is there enough letters?", and I had no muscle memory to help me make them legible. Visually I was word blind, and I could not envision what the word look like in my mind. Most of the prep for spelling test was the opposite of what most students should be doing.

My tips for teaching spelling success.
  1. Teach spelling as an auditory lesson, this strengthens and speeds learning.
  2. Spell words on the child's back, as they say, the letters aloud. Have students say the word and use it in  a kid friendly sentence. 
  3. Chunk every word using syllabification and use, see it, say it, and spell it in the air. Clap out the syllables in the words. 
  4. Create a word sorting game with alphabet letters. Give students all the letters in a word scrambled and have them put them in the correct sequence as fast as they can. 
  5. Create memorable mnemonic devices for all irregular spelled words.
  6. Practice spelling test without paper and pencil all week using only auditory study methods and games.
  7. Play spelling sparkle.
  8. Work on the multiple meaning of words.
  9. Have students read aloud the words daily to build fluency.
  10. Have students make kid friendly sentences with a reading partner. 
  11. Teaching students cursive helps with fine motor development and muscle memory.
My Grade 1 & 2 Eclectic Phonetic Speller  Bassed on the McGuffey Spellers Grade 1 Lessons! You will be shocked at the level expected in 1850! 

Friday, May 29, 2015

Grade 1 and 2 Summer Phonics Review

Grade 1 & 2 Eclectic Phonetic Speller  Bassed on the McGuffey Speller Grade 1 Lessons! You will be shocked at the level expected in 1850!

Grade 1 and 2 Summer Phonics Review
Lesson 1 Week 1.
SHORT SOUNDS OF VOWELS.
Short Sound of A.
cat
gap
ban
cap
am
an
bad
bag
can
map
as
mad
gag
fan
nap
at
pad
hag
pan
rap
ax
sad
lag
ran
hap
rat
gad
tag
tan
jam
sat
sap
fag
van
ham
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Abbreviation, Adjective, Alliteration, Answer, Antonym, Anthology, Atlas, Capitalized, and Characters

Math Academic Vocabulary
Addition, Associative, Centimeters, Chart, Circle, Coins, Column, Cube, Difference, Digits, Divide

HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
accelerate, achieve, adjacent, alternative, analyze, and approach | compare, contrast, opinion, fact, cause, effect

Lesson 2 Week 2.
SHORT SOUNDS OF VOWELS.
Short Sound of E.
den
net
sell
tent
bed
led
ken
pet
nest
rent
red
men
set
zest
sent
wed
wen
yet
test
went
beg
jet
text
pest
felt
leg
let
fell
rest
pelt
hen
met
bell
jest
melt
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary

Choose, Character, Compare, Complete, Compound word, Consonant, Contrast, Correctly, and Culture

Math Academic Vocabulary

Estimate, Faces, Fill in blank, Fractions, (half, quarter, three quarter) , Graph, Greatest, Inches, Largest, and Length

HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas

approximate, arbitrary, assert, assess, assign, and assume
| infer, drawing conclusion, inference, and predict

Lesson 3 Week 3.
SHORT SOUNDS OF VOWELS.
Short Sound of I.
if
rid
him
sin
jig
it
lid
rim
tin
rig
is
sip
fix
dig
bib
bit
tip
six
fig
jib
hit
nip
din
big
rib
sit
lip
pin
pig
fib
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Dictionary, Diphthong, Discuss, Draw, Ending, Explain, Fact, Fiction, and List

Math Academic Vocabulary
Linear pattern, Mode, Multiplication, Number sentence, Order, Perimeter, Place value, and Plane

HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas


authorize, automatic, chapter, compensate, complex,

complicate | sequence, chronological, summary, summarize


Lesson 4 Week 4.
SHORT SOUNDS OF VOWELS.
Short Sound of O.
on
cob
nod
box
dot
ox
job
pod
hop
jot
got
rob
rod
mop
lot
cot
sob
log
sop
pot
jot
cod
hog
pop
rot
lot
nod
dog
top
not
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Mainly about, Noun, Organize, Paragraph, Part of speech, Period, Phonics, Plot, Plural, and Possessive

Math Academic Vocabulary
Polygon, Product, Pyramid, Range, Rectangle, Rectangular prism, and Remainders

HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas

comply, component, comprehend, conceive, concentrate, and concept | compare, contrast, opinion, fact, cause, effect


Lesson 5 Week 5.
SHORT SOUNDS OF VOWELS.
Short Sound of U.
up
mud
rum
rut
gush
us
dug
sum
hung
dust
cub
mug
bun
bung
must
hub
pug
dun
lung
rust
rub
tug
run
sung
gust
bud
jug
sun
hulk
drum
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Prefix, Pronoun, Punctuate, Question, Read, Rhyme, Rhythm, Sequence, and Suffix

Math Academic Vocabulary
Shapes, Sign, Smallest, Solid (geometry shape), Sphere, Solution, Subtraction and Sum

HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas

conclude, consequence, consist, constant, construct, and consult | compare, contrast, opinion, fact, cause, effect


Lesson 6 Week 6.
REVIEW OF SHORT SOUNDS OF VOWELS.
man
lap
pat
tap
had
fin
get
ten
wet
peg
fit
dim
mix
hid
his
hot
rot
fob
dot
con
rug
hum
fun
hut
cut
had
fun
hug
gum
flog
den
fog
dip
nag
dram
did
tub
fog
bet
help
sod
hog
sum
pen
lift
lad
bet
did
cog
rush
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Persona, Pronoun, Punctuate, Question, Read, Rhyme, Rhythm, Sequence, Simile, and Setting
Math Academic Vocabulary
Tens, Time, Times (multiplication), Total, Triangle, Units (standard and nonstandard), Value, and Whole numbers
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas

context, contrast, contribute, convert, create, criterion (standard) | infer, drawing conclusion, inference, and predict

Lesson 7 Week 7.
Long Sound of A.
date
jade
came
cage
bane
late
fade
dame
page
lace
mate
rate
same
sage
wake
Long Sound of E.
me
we
she
heed
weed
fee
jeer
feed
deed
deep
feel
leer
meek
keep
peep
seek
veer
beef
reel
weep
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Satire, Singular, Sound, Step, Story, Suffix, Syllables, Synonym, and Table of Contents
Math Academic Vocabulary
Add, Chart, Coins, Congruent, Count, Estimate, Fill in (blank values), Graph, and Group
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas

crucial, data, define, definite, demonstrate, and designate
| compare, contrast, opinion, fact, cause, effect

Lesson 8 Week 8.
Long Sound of I.
pile
dike
fire
life
bide
file
like
tire
rife
hide
mile
pike
sire
wife
ride
Long Sound of O.
code
dolt
bone
hope
dote
node
jolt
cone
pope
note
bode
molt
hone
rope
vote
rove
bolt
tone
cope
hold
Long Sound of U.
lure
cube
mute
lune
huge
cure
tube
duke
dune
pule
pure
lute
jute
use
cue
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Thesaurus, Title, Verb, Vowel, What, When, Where, Which, Who, Why, and Write
Math Academic Vocabulary
Graph, Group, Larger, Length, Ones, Order, Origin, Pattern, Place value, and Shorter
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
Deduce (infer), design, devise, devote, dimension, and distinct
| sequence, chronological, summary, summarize
Lesson 9 Week 9.
Short Sounds of Vowels.
crab
bled
chip
shot
bump
grab
fled
ship
blot
lump
drab
sled
whip
spot
pump
slab
sped
slip
plot
jump
stab
then
drip
trot
hump
brag
bent
spit
clog
bulk
cram
best
crib
frog
just
clan
hemp
gift
plod
plug
clad
king
stop
shut
vest
dash
west
grit
clod
hush
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Authors View Point, Author, Category, Change, Character, Circle, Compare, Create, and Declarative sentence
Math Academic Vocabulary
Addition, Angle, Approximate, Area, Associative, Chart, Calculate, and Conversion
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas

Distort, element (part), emphasize, empirical (true), ensure, and effect | infer, drawing conclusion, inference, and predict

Lesson 10 Week 10.
Various Vowel Sounds.
bard
deal
tank
dell
ill
card
veal
rank
tell
bill
hard
meal
sank
well
fill
bark
neat
hank
yell
rill
dark
heat
dank
belt
hill
dint
bang
dime
rave
cull
hint
fang
lime
gave
dull
lint
gang
tine
lave
gull
mint
hang
fine
pave
hull
tint
rang
mine
save
mull
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Describe, Draw, Exclamatory sentence, Focus, How, Listen Actively, Look at Text Features, and Make Meaning
Math Academic Vocabulary
Addition, Associative, Centimeters, Chart, Circle, Coins, Commutative, Cube, Difference, Digits, Division
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas

environment, equate, equivalent, establish, evaluate, and evident | compare, contrast, opinion, fact, cause, effect

Lesson 11 Week 11.
Long Sounds of Vowels.
blaze
sneer
drive
globe
dean
craze
creed
tribe
drone
bean
shape
steep
brine
stone
bead
state
sleek
spire
probe
beam
crape
fleet
bride
shore
lean
fume
smite
blame
clear
mope
muse
flame
drear
mold
spite
fluke
quite
slate
blear
tore
flume
whine
spade
spear
robe
dune
spine
rate
smear
poke
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Abbreviation, Adjective, Alliteration, Anthology, Answer, Antonym, Atlas, Capitalized, and Characters
Math Academic Vocabulary
Addition, Associative, Centimeters, Chart, Circle, Coins, Commutative, Cube, Difference, Digits, Division
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas

expand, expose, external, feasible, fluctuate, and focus
| sequence, chronological, summary, summarize
Lesson 12 Week 12.
Various Sounds of Vowels.
clasp
small
cramp
bring
loan
grasp
stall
stamp
cling
coast
flask
fall
grand
sling
toast
graft
wall
stand
swing
roast
craft
squall
lamp
thing
roach
book
boon
stork
wad
pod
good
spoon
horse
was
rob
took
bloom
snort
wash
rock
foot
broom
short
wast
soft
hook
stool
north
what
lost
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary

Choose, Compare, Complete, Compound word, Consonant, Contrast, Correctly, and Culture
Math Academic Vocabulary

Estimate, Faces, Fill in blank, Fractions, Graph, Greatest, Inches, Largest, and Length
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
formulate, function, generate, guarantee, hypothesis, and identify | infer, drawing conclusion, inference, and predict
Lesson 13 Week 13.
Long Sounds of Vowels under the Accent.
fa'tal
le'gal
lo'cal
cu'bit
na'tal
re'gal
fo'cal
du'el
Pay'Pal
re'al
vo'cal
hu'man
pa'ging
pe'nal
o'ral
u'nit
ba'by
ta'per
o'val
du'ly
la'dy
di'al
to'tal
fu'ry
la'zy
tri'al
bo'ny
ju'ry
ma'ze
fi'nal
po'ny
pu'ny
na'vy
vi'tal
go'ry
pu'pil
ra'cy
ri'val
ro'sy
hu'mid
sa'fety
vi'al
po'sy
tu'be
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Dictionary, Diphthong, Discuss, Draw, Ending, Explain, Fact, Fiction, and List
Math Academic Vocabulary
Linear pattern, Mode, Multiplication, Number sentence, Order, Perimeter, Place value, and Plane
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
ignore, illustrate, impact, implicit, imply, and indicate | infer, drawing conclusion, inference, and predict
Lesson 14 Week 14.
Short Sounds of Vowels under the Accent.
Aut'um
el'der
civ'il
cul'prit
al'to
hec'tic
dit'ty
clum'sy
can'ister
helm'et
gid'dy
dul'cet
mar'ry
fen'nel
fil'ly
fun'nel
ral'ly
ken'nel
sil'ly
gul'ly
nap'kin
bel'fry
liv'id
buck'et
hap'py
ed'dy
lim'it
gus'set
pan'try
en'try
lim'ber
sul'len
ham'mer
en'vy
riv'et
sum'mon
fa'mine
lin'en
hur'ry
test'y
tab'let
self 'ish
mul'tiple
bal'let
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Mainly, Noun, Organize, Paragraph, Part of speech, Phonics, Plot, and Plural
Math Academic Vocabulary
Polygon, Product, Pyramid, Range, Rectangle, Rectangular prism, and Remainders
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas

individual, inhibit, initial, innovation, intense, and interpret | infer, drawing conclusion, inference, and predict
Lesson 15 Week 15.
Various Sounds of A.
care
fast
camp
war
charm
mare
mast
chart
damp
warp
share
cask
lard
hand
warm
spare
mask
arm
land
ward
snare
past
yard
sand
warn
game
scar
lake
waft
fray
lame
spar
tale
raft
play
name
star
gale
chaff
gray
fame
garb
cape
aft
stay
tame
barb
shame
staff
bray
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Prefix, Pronoun, Punctuate, Question, Read, Rhyme, Rhythm, and Sequence
Math Academic Vocabulary
Shapes, Sign, Smallest, Solid (geometry shape), Sphere, Solution, Subtraction and Sum
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas


intuitive, involve, isolate, attraction, magnitude,

andmajor | compare, contrast, opinion, fact, cause, effect


Lesson 16 Week 16.
Various Sounds of A.
dan'ger
am'ber
lard'er
clat'ter
man'ager
mar'gin
flat'ter
ban'ter
quak'er
ban'ner
ar'dent
lat'ter
quar'ter
hand'y
ar'my
mat'ter
draw'er
man'age
art'ist
pat'ter
wa'ger
can'cer
har'vest
tat'ter
fa'vor
pan'der
par'ty
rag'ged
fla'vor
tam'per
tar'dy
rack'et
sa'vor
plan'et
ar'dor
van'ish
ma'jor
ham'per
car'pet
gal'lant
ca'per
stam'mer
gar'ment
pat'tern
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Pronoun, Punctuate, Question, Read, Rhyme, Rhythm, Sequence, Simile, and Setting
Math Academic Vocabulary
Time, Times (multiplication), Total, Triangle, Units (standard and nonstandard), Value, and Whole numbers
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas

Compare, contrast, opinion, fact, cause, effect, infer, | sequence, chronological, summary, summarize
Lesson 17 Week 17.
Long Sound of A.
date
jade
came
cage
bane
late
fade
dame
page
lace
mate
rate
same
sage
wake
Long Sound of E.
me
we
she
heed
weed
fee
jeer
feed
deed
deep
feel
leer
meek
keep
peep
seek
veer
beef
reel
weep
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Singular, Sound, Step, Story, Suffix, Syllables, Synonym, and Table of Contents
Math Academic Vocabulary
Add, Chart, Congruent, Coins, Count, Estimate, Fill in (blank values), Graph, and Group
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas

crucial, data, define, definite, demonstrate, and designate
| compare, contrast, opinion, fact, cause, effect


Lesson 18 Week 18.
Various Sounds of E.
sheep
ce'dar
bet'ter
cler'gy
creep
fe'ver
fet'ter
fer'vor
sleep
tre'mor
let'ter
her'mit
sweep
ge'nus
en'ter
mer'cy
speed
se'cret
ev'er
sen'timent
breeze
re'bus
nev'er
ser'pent
teeth
se'quel
sev'er
mer'chant
sneeze
se'quence
dex'ter
ver'bal
breed
he'ro
mem'ber
ver'dict
bleed
ze'ro
plen'ty
per'son
freed
ser'vant
ven'om
fer'ment
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Thesaurus, Title, Verb, Vowel, What, When, Where, Which, Who, Why, and Write
Math Academic Vocabulary
Graph, Group, Larger, Length, Order, Origin, Place value, and Shorter
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas

notion, obtain, obvious, occur, passive, period, perspective, and pertinent | infer, drawing conclusion, inference, and predict
Lesson 19 Week 19.
Various Sounds of I.
bird
bri'er
bib'ber
thir'ty
birch
ci'der
bit'ter
thirst'y
chirp
mi'ser
dif 'fer
third'ly
flirt
spi'der
din'ner
birch'en
girl
vi'per
frit'ter
chirp'er
shirt
cli'ent
lit'ter
girl'ish
squirm
gi'ant
riv'er
glid'er
squirt
i'tem
shiv'er
stir'less
third
i'cy
sil'ver
first'ly
girt
spi'ral
in'ner
birth'day
gird
i'vy
liv'er
mirth'ful
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Author, Category, Change, Character, Circle, Compare, Create, and Declarative sentence
Math Academic Vocabulary
Addition, Angle, Approximate, Area, Associative, Chart, Commutative, Conversion
HOT Academic Vocabulary
Distort, element (part), emphasize, empirical (true), ensure, and effect | sequence, chronological, summary, summarize
Lesson 20 Week 20.
Various Sounds of O.
bro'ker
col'ony
cont'our
worst
clo'ver
ton'ic
coas'tal
come
drov'er
top'ic
or'gan
love
gro'cer
mor'al
sor'did
dove
o'ver
com'ma
tor'pid
shoot
o'dor
dog'ged
form'al
moon
so'lar
doc'tor
for'ty
moose
po'lar
cop'per
lord'ly
tooth
pok'er
fod'der
morn'ing
gorge
home'ly
fos'ter
orb'it
most
po'em
pon'der
mor'tal
prop
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Describe, Draw, Exclamatory sentence, Focus, How, Listen, Look at pictures, and Match
Math Academic Vocabulary
Addition, Associative, Centimeters, Chart, Circle, Coins, Commutative, Cube, Difference, Digits, Division
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
phase, phenomena, portion, portion, potential, precede, and precise, | infer, drawing conclusion, inference, and predict
Lesson 21 Week 21.
Various Sounds of U.
hu'mor
but'ter
mur'der
pru'dent
ju'ror
mut'ter
mur'mur
fru'gal
tu'mor
rud'der
tur'ban
tru'ly
stu'por
shut'ter
tur'nip
tru'ant
tu'tor
suf 'fer
tur'key
cru'et
cu'rate
sup'per
pur'port
bru'in
lu'cid
mum'my
curl'y
dru'id
stu'dent
mus'ket
fur'ry
ru'in
stu'pid
num'ber
fur'nish
ru'by
lu'nar
nut'meg
cur'vet
bru'tal
tu'mult
stut'ter
bur'den
grun'ge
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Abbreviation, Adjective, Alliteration, Answer, Antonym, Anthology, Atlas, Capitalized, and Characters
Math Academic Vocabulary
Addend, Addition, Associative, Centimeters, Chart, Circle, Coins, Column, Cube, Difference, Digits, Divide
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
accelerate, achieve, adjacent, alternative, analyze, and approach | compare, contrast, opinion, fact, cause, effect

Lesson 22 Week 22.
Various Sounds of the Vowels.
June
furl
husk
from
halt
dupe
hurl
musk
pomp
malt
tune
turn
rusk
romp
salt
flute
churn
stung
long
waltz
plume
hurt
pluck
song
swan
glue
curl
drunk
strong
wasp
droop
deck
chill
for
sheath
gloom
neck
drill
corn
shell
loop
next
quill pen
fork
shown
hoof
text
skill
form
shout
roof
desk
spill
sort
shrub
proof
nest
frill
torch
shrug
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Choose, Character, Compare, Complete, Compound word, Consonant, Contrast, Correctly, and Culture
Math Academic Vocabulary
Estimate, Faces, Fill in blank, Fractions, (half, quarter, three quarter) , Graph, Greatest, Inches, Largest, and Length
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
approximate, arbitrary, assert, assess, assign, and assume
| infer, drawing conclusion, inference, and predict

Lesson 23 Week 23.
Words Accented on the last Syllable.
a wake'
be hest'
be hind'
re cede'
be came'
be set'
be side'
con crete'
be have'
ca det'
be tide'
com pete'
be take'
de fend'
de rive'
se crete'
e late'
de pend'
re cite'
con cede'
per vade'
re pel'
re tire'
con vene'
for sake'
at tend'
re vile'
im pede'
a bate'
con sent'
re mise'
re plete'
cre ate'
im pend'
re vive'
un seen'
es tate'
im pel'
con nive'
su preme'
re late'
com pel'
ex cite'
re lease'
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Dictionary, Diphthong, Discuss, Draw, Ending, Explain, Fact, Fiction, and List
Math Academic Vocabulary
Linear pattern, Mean, Mode, Multiplication, Number sentence, Order, Perimeter, Place value, and Plane
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas


authorize, automatic, chapter, compensate, complex,

complicate | sequence, chronological, summary, summarize
Lesson 24 Week 24.
Words Accented on the last Syllable.
be rate'
a bode'
ex pire'
a cute'
a pace'
a lone'
con fide'
a buse'
re bate'
a tone'
con fine'
con fuse'
de bate'
af ford'
con spire'
de duce'
de face'
ca jole'
po lite'
de lude'
de fame'
de pose'
re cline'
ma ture'
se date'
com pose'
re fine'
pol lute'
col late'
en force'
re pine'
pro cure'
re gale'
en robe'
re quire'
re buke'
em pale'
ex plore'
re spire'
re duce'
en gage'
ex pose'
u nite'
se clude'
en rage'
im port'
en twine'
se cure'
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Mainly about, Noun, Organize, Paragraph, Part of speech, Period, Phonics, Plot, Plural, and Possessive
Math Academic Vocabulary
Polygon, Product, Pyramid, Range, Rectangle, Rectangular prism, and Remainders
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
comply, component, comprehend, conceive, concentrate, and concept | compare, contrast, opinion, fact, cause, effect
Lesson 25 Week 25.
blade
plash
bream
dress
twine
glade
clash
cream
swim
blind
grade
crash
dream
spend
grind
shade
smash
gleam
speck
spike
trade
trash
steam
fresh
smile
skate
slash
stream
whelp
while
brisk
drove
blush
cheap
carve
quilt
grove
flush
peach
farce
filth
stove
slush
teach
parse
pinch
clove
brush
reach
barge
flinch
smote
crush
bleach
large
mince
store
thrush
glean
snarl
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Prefix, Pronoun, Punctuate, Question, Read, Rhyme, Rhythm, Sequence, and Suffix
Math Academic Vocabulary
Shapes, Sign, Smallest, Solid (geometry shape), Sphere, Solution, Subtraction and Sum
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
conclude, consequence, consist, constant, construct, and consult | compare, contrast, opinion, fact, cause, effect
Lesson 26 Week 26.
ab'laze
rec'ord
pit'y
col'ter
ab'bot
check'er
dis'tant
fo'cus
atom
ed'it
din'gy
glo'ry
ash'es
lev'el
diz'zy
lo'cust
cap'tor
meth'od
fin'ish
mo'ment
car'rot
splen'did
gim'let
po'tent
cav'il
ves'per
spir'it
co'gent
ehap'ter
west'ern
tim'id
do'tage
chat'tel
bed'lam
pig'gin
no'ted
fath'om
des'pot
tin'sel
stor'age
gal'lon
ren'der
tip'pet
sto'ry
gal'lop
tem'pest
wit'ness
pro'test
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Persona, Pronoun, Punctuate, Question, Read, Rhyme, Rhythm, Sequence, Simile, and Setting
Math Academic Vocabulary
Tens, Time, Times (multiplication), Total, Triangle, Units (standard and nonstandard), Value, and Whole numbers
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
context, contrast, contribute, convert, create, criterion (standard) | infer, drawing conclusion, inference, and predict
Lesson 27 Week 27.
shake
chose
march
pine
oil
snake
prose
parch
wild
toil
baste
those
starch
mild
coil
haste
froze
larch
tile
foil
taste
force
lark
slide
soil
paste
porch
stark
glide
travail
bunch
broth
prism
spent
boy
hunch
cloth
sixth
fence
coy
lunch
froth
stint
hence
joy
punch
moth
smith
cents
joy
plump
botch
hoist
hence
toy
stump
stock
midst
whence
supply
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Satire, Singular, Sound, Step, Story, Suffix, Syllables, Synonym, and Table of Contents
Math Academic Vocabulary
Add, Chart, Coins, Congruent, Count, Estimate, Fill in (blank values), Graph, and Group
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas

crucial, data, define, definite, demonstrate, and design
| compare, contrast, opinion, fact, cause, effect
Lesson 28 Week 28.
free
clip
shelf
quest
shine
spin
hate
chide
flax
wore
shad
tape
fringe
still
think
band
race
clock
trim
marsh
pack
mire
cheek
door
booth
bath
kite
full
clung
flinch
dock
bank
frock
loft
spray
gold
fell
troop
pulp
join
pipe
pink
glass
grape
friz
club
hilt
lurk
pose
brow
shop
last
cloud
zest
grace
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Thesaurus, Title, Verb, Vowel, What, When, Where, Which, Who, Why, and Write
Math Academic Vocabulary
Graph, Group, Larger, Length, Ones, Order, Origin, Pattern, Place value, and Shorter
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas

presume, prime, principle, proceed, publish, and

pursue, | sequence, chronological, summary, summarize


Lesson 29 Week 29.
Words in which the final e is silent.
ca'ble
nee'dle
rab'ble
bub'ble
fa'ble
Bi'ble
sam'ple
bun'dle
ga'ble
ti'tle
sim'ple
crum'ble
sa'ble
ri'fle
tem'ple
muf 'fle
sta'ble
no'ble
dim'ple
muz'zle
cra'dle
fick'le
fid'dle
pud'dle
la'dle
am'ple
kin'dle
ruf 'fle
ma'ple
ap'ple
lit'tle
tum'ble
sta'ple
baffle
bot'tle
pur'ple
bee'tle
bat'tle
cob'ble
cir'cle
fee'ble
cat'tle
fond'le
sad'dle
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Authors View Point, Author, Category, Change, Character, Circle, Compare, Create, and Declarative sentence
Math Academic Vocabulary
Addition, Angle, Approximate, Area, Associative, Chart, Calculate, and Conversion
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
Distort, element (part), emphasize, empirical (true), ensure, and effect | infer, drawing conclusion, inference, and predict
Lesson 30 Week 30.
an'gel
ab'sent
bish'op
blun'der
ba'sis
ac'rid
big'ot
blus'ter
ca'ter
blank'et
bil'let
cus'tom
fla'grant
clas'sic
blis'ter
cut'ler
fra'grant
crag'gy
cin'der
cut'ter
has'ty
dam'sel
crick'et
sum'mer
ha'tred
dan'dy
fif 'ty
sun'der
la'bel
fab'ric
fil'let
shud'der
pa'tent
fam'ish
lim'pid
thun'der
sa'cred
fran'tic
pil'fer
tum'bler
state'ment
lath'er
pil'lar
ul'cer
va'cate
lav'ish
print'er
un'der
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Describe, Draw, Exclamatory sentence, Focus, How, Listen Actively, Look at Text Features, and Make Meaning
Math Academic Vocabulary
Addition, Associative, Centimeters, Chart, Circle, Coins, Commutative, Cube, Difference, Digits, Division
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
environment, equate, equivalent, establish, evaluate, and evident | compare, contrast, opinion, fact, cause, effect
Lesson 31 Week 31.
Sounds of ai, ou, ow, and ea,
paid
bound
cow
cheat
head
grain
found
how
treat
dead
staid
ground
town
beast
stead
waif
hound
growl
bleat
tread
rail
mound
clown
preach
dread
flail
pound
frown
speak
thread
quail
round
crown
streak
sweat
snail
sound
drown
feast
death
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Abbreviation, Adjective, Alliteration, Anthology, Answer, Antonym, Atlas, Capitalized, and Characters
Math Academic Vocabulary
Addition, Associative, Centimeters, Chart, Circle, Coins, Commutative, Cube, Difference, Digits, Division
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas

expand, expose, external, feasible, fluctuate, and focus
| sequence, chronological, summary, summarize


Lesson 32 Week 32.
Disyllable with short Sounds of Vowels.
ad'age
fren'zy
bick'er
blos'som
bal'last
emp'ty
crit'ic
cot'ton
bant'er
gen'try
dig'it
com'ic
can'to
mer'it
flim'sy
drop'sy
ras'cal
men'tal
flip'pant
flor'id
las'so
sher'iff
frig'id
frol'ic
an'tic
ten'dril
in'fant
gos'pel
sad'ness
vel'lum
in'gress
gos'sip
sal'ver
vel'vet
in'mate
hor'rid
sand'y
nec'tar
in'quest
jol'ly
mag'got
ves'try
in'sect
rock'et
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Choose, Compare, Complete, Compound word, Consonant, Contrast, Correctly, and Culture
Math Academic Vocabulary
Estimate, Faces, Fill in blank, Fractions, Graph, Greatest, Inches, Largest, and Length
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
formulate, function, generate, guarantee, hypothesis, and identify | infer, drawing conclusion, inference, and predict
Lesson 33 Week 33.
Polysyllable with short Sounds of the Vowels.
bal'co ny
del'i cate
lib'er ate
bar'o ny
des'o late
lim'i tate
cav'i ty
Min'i mize
im'mo late
fac'ul ty
dev'as tate
in'di cate
grav'i ty
em'u late
in'ti mate
mal'a dy
hes'i tate
in'du rate
van'i ty
med'i tate
in'vo cate
am'pu tate
pet'ri fy
ir'ri tate
ab'so lute
plen'i tude
lit'i gate
al'ti tude
rec'ti tude
mil'i tate
am'bu lance
res'o lute
stip'u late
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Dictionary, Diphthong, Discuss, Draw, Ending, Explain, Fact, Fiction, and List
Math Academic Vocabulary
Linear pattern, Mode, Multiplication, Number sentence, Order, Perimeter, Place value, and Plane
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
random, range, react, region, require, and respective
| infer, drawing conclusion, inference, and predict
Lesson 34 Week 34.
prime
swine
straw
crawl
brawn
snore
gloss
flank
brick
charge
crow
quench
green
tinge
shark
Scotch
chest
goose
brand
thrift
space
prow
twist
flange
crank
wealth
slice
twain
limp
screw
throb
thrice
chess
flake
soon
flesh
finch
flash
flaw
twelve
flung
clean
loaf
scale
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Mainly, Noun, Organize, Paragraph, Part of speech, Phonics, Plot, and Plural
Math Academic Vocabulary
Polygon, Product, Pyramid, Range, Rectangle, Rectangular prism, and Remainders
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
restrict, reverse, role, section, segment, select,
individual, inhibit, initial, innovation, intense, and interpret | infer, drawing conclusion, inference, and predict
Lesson 35 Week 35.
Long Sounds of I and U, and short Sounds of E and I.
a bide'
ac cuse'
con tend'
ad mit'
a like'
im pure'
con tent'
ad dict'
a live'
im pute'
in tend'
as sist'
a rise'
as sume'
in tent'
com mit'
de cide'
com mute'
dis sect'
con sist'
de file'
com mune'
de ject'
de pict'
de fine'
com pute'
de test'
dis till'
de ride'
con clude'
de tect'
emit'
de sire'
con fute'
in spect'
en list'
di vide'
dis pute'
ob ject'
en rich'
di vine'
en dure'
re spect'
for bid
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Prefix, Pronoun, Punctuate, Question, Read, Rhyme, Rhythm, and Sequence
Math Academic Vocabulary
Shapes, Sign, Smallest, Solid (geometry shape), Sphere, Solution, Subtraction and Sum
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
Sequence, series, shift, signify, similar, simultaneous

intuitive, involve, isolate, attraction, magnitude,

andmajor | compare, contrast, opinion, fact, cause, effect
Lesson 36 Week 36.
Sounds of igh, oa, shr, and thr.
neighbor
load
coax
shrank
thrash
thigh
oats
hoax
shrewd
threat
fight
boat
oath
shrift
throng
light
oak
coach
shrike
thrive
flight
foal
float
shrunk
thrust
fright
goat
poach
thrill
throat
tight
soap
hoarse
three
shred
ELA Reading Academic Vocabulary
Pronoun, Punctuate, Question, Read, Rhyme, Rhythm, Sequence, Simile, and Setting
Math Academic Vocabulary
Time, Times (multiplication), Total, Triangle, Units (standard and nonstandard), Value, and Whole numbers
HOT Academic Vocabulary | Discussion Ideas
sophisticated, species, specify, stable, statistic, status,

Compare, contrast, opinion, fact, cause, effect, and infer | sequence, chronological, summary, summarize