Unit 4 Money Lesson 6

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Unit 4 Money Lesson 6 Uncle Jed's Barbershop By, Margaree King Mitchell

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Line 1 & 2 hair style barbershop tenant farmer robe bedclothes wreck hair hairdresser share night bed dispatch trim shop cropper outfit garments wreck Compound Words Two words set up together to frame another word. 6

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Line 3 hardware detainment outfit detain Words with the postfix - ment 4

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Line 4 isolate work discourage - tion - tion - particle isolation operation sorrow Change from verbs to things Words with addition –tion and - particle 3

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Line 5 utilized cutting scissors sparing kicked the bucket Words from the story Uncle Jed's Barbershop 5

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Sentence 1 When he was done, he would lift me up and sit me in his lap and educate me concerning the barbershop he was going to open one day and about all the favor gear that would be in it. Could you discover… Compounds words or words with an addition?

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Sentence 2 When the specialists examined me, they told my daddy that I required an operation and that it would cost three hundred dollars. Can you discover… A word with a postfix?

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Sentence 3 That was the start of the Great Depression. Could you discover… Compounds words or words with an addition?

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Sentence 4 The tailor utilized scissors for cutting the sew of the dress. Could you discover… words with a postfix?

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"Uncle Jed's Barbershop" is a warm and inspiring tale about the force of a fantasy. The story additionally outlines the way that numerous fantasies oblige cash to make them go. The topic of assurance conveys what needs be through the story. The story is chronicled fiction and the occasions are made up, yet could really happen, in actuality, amid a real day and age called the Great Depression

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The Great Depression started in this nation and spread to different nations in Europe. It was a period when banks given way and the general population lost the cash they kept there. A great many people had no cash or an approach to procure cash. Individuals needed to discover different approaches to encourage their families without cash. The Great Depression endured 10 years shape 1929-1939

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Preview and Prepare Let's perused the title, creator, and artist of the story. Peruse through the story and consider what it may show you about cash. Round out your diagrams searching for issues, hints, and wonderings

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Selection Vocabulary hardware Tools and supplies utilized for a given reason. Tenant farmers People who cultivate another person's territory and are paid with a share of yields.

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Trade one thing for another. analyze Look in detail.

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deferred Caused to hold up. coming up short Losing all its cash.

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hardware tenant farmers postponed look at coming up short trade Losing all its cash. Brought about to hold up. Look in detail. Apparatuses and supplies utilized for a reason. Exchange one thing for another. Individuals who cultivate and are paid with a share of harvests. Vocabulary Match

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Vocabulary Practice Pedro's mallet is an imperative piece of his _____________for work. In ___________ for her work, Sra earned 15 dollars. The snowstorm ___________ our flight. He had come to educate Uncle Jed concerning the bank __________. I will ___________ my outcomes to reach a determination. Daddy enlightened me regarding the times when our grandparents were __________.

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Day 2:Word Knowledge Use these words in a sentence tenant farmers detainment operation wreck misery utilized hair style robe hardware isolation barbershop bedclothes

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Selection Vocabulary gear Tools and supplies utilized for a given reason. Tenant farmers People who cultivate another person's property and are paid with a share of products.

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deferred Caused to hold up. coming up short Losing all its cash.

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Trade one thing for another. inspect Look in detail.

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hardware tenant farmers postponed analyze falling flat trade Losing all its cash. Created to hold up. Look in detail. Instruments and supplies utilized for a reason. Exchange one thing for another. Individuals who cultivate and are paid with a share of products. Vocabulary Match

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Vocabulary Practice Pedro's mallet is a vital piece of his _____________for work. In ___________ for her work, Sra earned 15 dollars. The snowstorm ___________ our flight. He had come to inform Uncle Jed regarding the bank __________. I will ___________ my outcomes to reach an inference. Daddy enlightened me concerning the times when our grandparents were __________.

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Day 2: Word Analysis Do Comp. LA Skills pg. 122-123 burger joint supper Listen to the short vowel sound in supper. Keep in mind that twofold consonants come after short vowel sounds and can be in the center or the end of a word.

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Preposition Review about crosswise over between close to Write a sentence utilizing these relational words

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Subject/Predicate Review Donna likes Chicago. S= Donna, P= likes Gordon and Daniel have new bicycles. Compound S = Gordon and Daniel, P= have

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Pronoun Review Why does Lucy like cheddar? she Harriet and William are both late. they Raymond's sister runs quick. his

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Adverb Review similar or superlative? Melissa likes to peruse the most. superlative She peruses more than Brett does. relative

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Review Subject Verb Agreement Write short sentences utilizing these words. purchase, purchases is, are has, have was, were

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Rules for Periods/Parentheses Review Where do the periods have a place in these sentences? Ms Tammy Wilkin W C Fields Washington, D C Where do the bracket have a place in this sentence? I ate every last bit of it in one nibble.

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Day 3: Word Knowledge hair style barbershop tenant farmer robe bedclothes wreck hair hairdresser share night bed deliver trim shop cropper outfit garments wreck Compound Words Two words set up together to frame another word. 6

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Line 3 gear detainment outfit detain Words with the addition - ment 4

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Line 4 isolate work discourage - tion - tion - particle isolation operation sorrow Change from verbs to things Words with postfix –tion and - particle 3

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Line 5 utilized cutting scissors sparing kicked the bucket Words from the story Uncle Jed's Barbershop 5

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Sentence 1 When he was done, he would lift me up and sit me in his lap and enlighten me concerning the barbershop he was going to open one day and about all the favor hardware that would be in it. Could you discover… Compounds words or words with an addition?

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Sentence 2 When the specialists examined me, they told my daddy that I required an operation and that it would cost three hundred dollars. Will you discover… A word with an addition?

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Sentence 3 That was the start of the Great Depression. Could you discover… Compounds words or words with a postfix?

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Sentence 4 The tailor utilized scissors for cutting the trim of the dress. Can you discover… words with a postfix?

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Selection Vocabulary gear Tools and supplies utilized for a given reason. Tenant farmers People who cultivate another person's territory and are paid with a share of harvests.

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deferred Caused to hold up. coming up short Losing all its cash.

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Trade one thing for another. inspect Look in detail.

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gear tenant farmers deferred analyze coming up short trade Losing all its cash. Brought on to hold up. Look in detail. Apparatuses and supplies utilized for a reason. Exchange one thing for another. Individuals who cultivate and are paid with a share of yields. Vocabulary Match

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Vocabulary Practice Pedro's mallet is an imperative piece of his _____________for work. In ___________ for her work, Sra earned 15 dollars. The snowstorm ___________ our flight. He had come to enlighten Uncle Jed concerning the bank __________. I will ___________ my outcomes to make an inference. Daddy informed me concerning the times when our grandparents were __________.

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Day 3: Word Analysis The letter - s is added to most words to make them plural and –es is added to words that end in ch, sh, s, ss, x, z, zz Do pg. 100-101 Spelling and Vocab. Aptitudes

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Put a triangle around the pronouns she/they Point to the subject verb assention Jennifer sits, she enjoys, she sings Put a star around the relative modifier superior to Underline the relational word in red crosswise over Circle the prepositional expression in blue opposite TJ Put periods where they have a place T.J. Underline the subjects in green Jennifer/she Circle the predicate in dark sits/sings Jennifer sits opposite T J and Steve. She gets a kick out of the chance to sing to them. She sings superior to anything they do.

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Day 4:Word Knowledge Use these words in a sentence tenant farmers detainment operation wreck gloom utilized hair style robe gear isolation barbershop bedclothes

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Selection Vocabulary hardware Tools and supplies utilized for a given reason. Tenant farmers People who cultivate another person's property and are paid with a share of yields.

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postponed Caused to hold up. coming up short Losing all its cash.

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Trade one thing for another. analyze Look in detail.

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gear tenant farmers postponed analyze coming up short trade Losing all its cash. Brought about to hold up. Look in detail. Apparatuses and supplies utilized for a reason. Exchange one thing for another. Individuals who cultivate and are paid with a share of products. Vocabulary Match

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oblivious What is the base word? What is the prefix? What does the prefix –un mean? (not, inverse of) Conscious means alert, ready to see and feel things. What do you think oblivious means?

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