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High Frequency Words
Author’s Purpose - the students will be able to identify the reason an author wrote a story.
Personal Narrative – Tells a true story about something that happened in your life.
adjectives, comas, apostrophe
Module 3 Teacher's Vocabulary
- graphic representations
- concluding sentence
- temporal words
- proper nouns
- reference materials
Jamaica Louise James
bought – you got something by paying money for it.
draw- to make a picture with a pencil or pen.
worry – to be anxious or uneasy about
especially – more than usually; particularly. something.
minute – a unit of time equal to 60 seconds.
picture- an image of something, such as a painting, photograph, or drawing.
question – a sentence that asks something.
sure – having no doubt, certain; confident.
filthy- something is very dirty.
fellow- describes a person who has something in common with you.
executive- when someone is a boss in charge of a business.
renowed – you are famous for something.
kin – all of your family members and relatives.
original – it is the first of its kind.
adorn – you decorate something and make it beautiful.