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Hottest, Coldest, Highest, Deepest. By Steve Jenkins. Day 2. Rate vocabulary words with your partner. Can you pronounce it ? Can you give the definition ? Can you use it in a sentence ?. Hottest, Coldest, Highest, Deepest. Reading Goal-Text Features - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Hottest, Coldest, Highest, DeepestBy Steve Jenkins

  • Day 2Rate vocabulary words with your partnerCan you pronounce it ?Can you give the definition ?Can you use it in a sentence ?

  • Hottest, Coldest, Highest, DeepestReading Goal-Text Features

    Team Cooperation Goal-Everyone participates


  • mightierstronger

    The elephant is mightier than the mouse.

  • formedmade

    In class, we formed a mountain out of clay.

  • combinedPut together

    We combined the flour and eggs to bake chocolate cupcakes.

  • peakTop

    The hikers placed a flag at the peak of Mt. Everest.

  • everyEach

    Please stack every book onto the bookshelf, Julie said.

  • receives Gets

    The class with the best attendance receives a special trophy.

  • Vocabulary Vault

  • Team TalkDay 2-Page 14How is Mount Everest the highest mountain but not the tallest mountain?

    2. Look at the bar graph on page 46. This bar graph shows-

  • Team Talk-continued 3. Do any animals live in the coldest place on the planet? How can you tell?

    4. Which Hawaiian island has the most rainy days in a year?

  • Partner ReadingPartner Read- Page 45-47Summarize and retell

  • Team DiscussionClarify words with your teamDiscuss team talk questions 1 & 2Answer #s 3 & 4 in your journals

  • Class DiscussionWhat were some of the words your team clarified?