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2nd quarter english 5 week 2 days 2 & 3

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  1. 1. English 5 Week 2, Day 2 Argel Joseph Z. Cochico Teacher
  2. 2. Find Out and Learn Read the words orally. 1. strange 6. compass 2. alternate 7. animate 3. articulate 8. dairy 4. magnetic 9. worthwhile 5. entrepreneur 10. lawyer
  3. 3. * How can we define the following words? What can we use to define these words? Questions: 1. Does each word only have one definition? 2. Is the given meaning precise? 3. What other methods can we use to give meanings to words?
  4. 4. Read and Learn A word’s denotation is its dictionary definition. But a word can also evoke certain thoughts and feelings. The thoughts and feelings associated with a certain word are called the connotation of the word. Words with the same denotation can have different connotations. Connotations can be positive, negative or neutral.
  5. 5. Common Connotations  A dog connotes shamelessness or an ugly face.  A dove implies peace or gentility.  Home suggests family, comfort and security.  Politician has a negative connotation of wickedness and insincerity while statesperson connotes sincerity.  Mom and Dad when used in place of mother and father connote loving parents.
  6. 6. Try and Learn Directions: Each pair of phrases includes synonyms with different connotations. Put a + sign on the blank with a positive connotation, and a – sign on the blank with a negative connotation. 1. a strong reek __________ a strong aroma __________ 2. a charismatic leader ___________ a pushy leader ________________
  7. 7. 3. thoughtful response calculated response 4. ratty clothes casual clothes 5. easy-going attitude lazy attitude
  8. 8. Do and Learn Using your dictionary, copy the words below and its meaning on your notebook. 1. suppose 6. capillary 2. menu 7. essential 3. autumn 8. August 4. flavor 9. denotation 5. artery 10. connotation
  9. 9. Remember In giving precise information on a given topic, we may do the following: 1. We must have a reliable source which is verifiable. This means that the information that we get must be true and real, not made up or unsure. 2. We must have supporting information.
  10. 10. Connotations and denotations are two principal methods of describing the meaning of words. Connotations refer to the wide array of positive and negative associations that most naturally carry them while denotation is the precise, literal definition of a word that might be found in a dictionary.
  11. 11. English 5 Week 2, Day 3 Argel Joseph Z. Cochico Teacher
  12. 12. ReadandLearn The Storm The rain began early in the morning. The sky was full of dark purple clouds. Thunder began as a soft rumble and became louder and louder. Lightning crashed every few minutes, making the sky a brilliant white.
  13. 13. What is the main idea? Circle the correct answer. A. The farms needed the rain. B. The thunder hurt the people’s ears. C. Lightning made the sky bright. D. The storm was very strong.
  14. 14. Write three details in the story in the boxes. A B C
  15. 15. FindOutandLearn Saturday at the Carnival James and his sister, Anna, went to the carnival on Saturday. They rode the merry- round, the roller coaster and the Ferris wheel. James ate popcorn and a hot dog. Anna lemonade and ate an apple. They saw many exciting shows. They were tired when they went home.
  16. 16. What is the main idea? Circle the correct answer. A. James and Anna were hungry. B. James and Anna did many things at the carnival. C. The merry-go-round was broken. D. The carnival was on Saturday.
  17. 17. Write three details in the story in the boxes. A B C
  18. 18. DoandLearn Read the article below and answer the questions below on your notebook. There are eight planets in the Solar System, and each one is very different. Planets in the Solar System (http://www.k12reader.com/worksheet/find-the- main-idea-planets/view/)
  19. 19. Some planets, like Jupiter and Saturn are very large. Others, like Mercury and Mars are smaller. Jupiter has moons that are larger than Mercury. The planets also have different atmospheres. Uranus, Jupiter and Saturn have atmospheres of hydrogen and helium. The atmosphere on Venus is made up of carbon dioxide. Earth has a nitrogen and oxygen atmosphere. Neptune’s atmosphere is mostly hydrogen. The planets also have different temperatures. Uranus is the coldest and Venus is the hottest.
  20. 20. Write the main idea of the paragraph in your own words. 1. ________________________________________ Write three supporting ideas to the main idea. 2.______________________________________ 3. ______________________________________ 4. ______________________________________
  21. 21. What is the key sentence in the article? 5. ____________________________________

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