Lesson 13Here's what's Buzzing in Language Arts
High Frequency Words
Fiction and Nonfiction:
Students will identify the elements of a fiction story and distinguish fiction from nonfiction elements.
Plural Possessive Nouns- Show ownership by more than one person or thing.
Big Bushy Mustache
above – higher up than, or over
shoes – and outer covering for the foot
tough – strong and difficult to damage
wash – to clean with water or soap and water
wear – to be dressed in something, or to carry or have something on your body
woman – an adult female human being
young – someone who has lived for a short time
wilting – when a plant doesn’t get enough water and its leaves start to droop.
trance – someone seems to be asleep, but his or her eyes are open.
flitted – if something moved quickly from place to place without stopping for long.
route- you are going the same way to school or to the store every time.
swirling - something is moving around and around quickly.
semblance - when you make a drawing that looks like something.
distraught – the person is very, very unhappy
improvise- you make something up as you sing a song or tell a story.