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6th Grade Language Arts
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Week og Nov. 13-17
Due Date: 11/17/2017
Subject: Reading

Monday - "Where the Red Fern Grows"

Tuesday - Barter Theatre

Wednesday - Author's organizational pattern

Thursday - Organizational patterns

Friday - Spelling & Vocab Test

Spelling Words

Lesson 13 

1.    reader

2.    speaker

3.    layer

4.    American

5.    beaten

6.    musical

7.    rotten

8.    German

9.    Indian

10.Roman

11.explorer

12.stretcher

13.critical

14.criminal

15.political

16.original

Bonus:

Election

Vocabulary #7

1. inert – (in URT) inactive, sluggish

2. raze – (rays) to level to the ground; to tear down or demolish

3. crevice – (KREV us) a crack forming an opening

4. novelty – (NAHV ul tee) newness

5. paltry – (PAWL tree) insignificant; of little value

6. delectable – (dee LEK tuh bul) pleasant, delightful, savory, delicious

7. peril – (PEAR ill) something dangerous or risky; the condition of being in danger or at risk or harm

8. lull – (lull) temporary period of calm; lessening of noise; to cause to sleep or rest

9. douse – (DOW sus) to immerse in liquid; to drench

10. derelict – (DER uh likt) deserted, abandoned, neglected



Week og Nov. 13-17
Due Date: 11/17/2017
Subject: Reading

Monday - "Where the Red Fern Grows"

Tuesday - Barter Theatre

Wednesday - Author's organizational pattern

Thursday - Organizational patterns

Friday - Spelling & Vocab Test

Spelling Words

Lesson 13 

1.    reader

2.    speaker

3.    layer

4.    American

5.    beaten

6.    musical

7.    rotten

8.    German

9.    Indian

10.Roman

11.explorer

12.stretcher

13.critical

14.criminal

15.political

16.original

Bonus:

Election

Vocabulary #7

1. inert – (in URT) inactive, sluggish

2. raze – (rays) to level to the ground; to tear down or demolish

3. crevice – (KREV us) a crack forming an opening

4. novelty – (NAHV ul tee) newness

5. paltry – (PAWL tree) insignificant; of little value

6. delectable – (dee LEK tuh bul) pleasant, delightful, savory, delicious

7. peril – (PEAR ill) something dangerous or risky; the condition of being in danger or at risk or harm

8. lull – (lull) temporary period of calm; lessening of noise; to cause to sleep or rest

9. douse – (DOW sus) to immerse in liquid; to drench

10. derelict – (DER uh likt) deserted, abandoned, neglected



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