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image ° imagine Use the transparency for week 13 and te suggestions on page 6 0 imagination ¢ imaginary iduce he words fr ech tay image Show students pictures in a book. Ask: What images do (noun) A picture of aperson you see in this book? Explain that images, pictures of or thing. The painting shows ‘people or things, help illustrace a story, an ad, or an an image of a horse racing article. They explain something more about the words. pay across a desert. ‘Then say: Now close your eyes and make a picture in your 1 (noun) A picture of mind. It has red petals and a long green stem. It smells very something in the mind. When sweet. Tell students to open their eyes. Ask: What image | think of summer, the image did you see in your mind? Then conduct the first activity of the beach comes to for Day 1 on page 59. Have students complete the Day 1 my mind, activities on their own, in pairs, of as a group. imagine Say: When authors write stories, ehey sometimes imagine (verb) To picture things that don’t really happen. Can you think of any something in your mind. examples of this from stories you know? Encourage students pay ‘Sometimes | imagine to use the word imagined in their responses. (e.g., “In 2 ina am an astronaut the story —, the author imagined that —.”) Then on Mars. conduct the first activity for Day 2 on page 59. Have students complete the Day 2 activities on their own, in pairs, or as a group. agination Display or mention a fantasy book thar your students (noun) The talent to picture know well, such as Dogeilla by Dav Pilkey, Jumanji ‘things in the mind, Ramon’s by Chris Van Allsburg, or the Harry Potter series by stories show what @ good J. K. Rowling. Ask: How did the author use his or her EAM ievietion he hes dmagination to create this story? How do you use your imagination when you write tories o pretend? Then conduct the first activity for Day 3 on page 60. Have students complete the Day 3 activities on their own, in pairs, or as a group. aginary Ask: Is (Cinderella, Mickey Mouse, Peter Pan, etc.) real (adj.) Not teal. An elf is or imaginary person? What other imaginary people or an imaginary creature. animals have you seen in cartoons or movies or read about "a in books? What makes them imaginary? Then conduct the first activity for Day 4 on page 60. Have students complete the Day 4 activities on their own, in pairs, of as a group. ee Have students complete page 61. Call on students to read 5 aloud their answers to the writing activity. 38 Daily Academic Vocabulary * EMC 2758 « © Evan-Moor Corp. Name EXEL nese & 1. How would you complete this sentence? Say it aloud. | could make an image of ______ using __. 2. Which one makes images? Circle your answer. a. acamera ©. apiece of paper b. a box d. acarton 3. What image comes to mind when you notice good smells from the kitchen? Circle your answer. a. doing homework ¢. going to bed b. washing clothes d. something yummy 1. How would you complete this sentence? Say it aloud. I like to imagine that__. 2. Which one tells what the word imagine means? Circle your answer. a. to know something is true b. to write about something ©. to sing a song about something d. to picture what something might be like 3. Which sentence uses imagine correctly? Circle your answer. a. My camera imagines what you look like. . His new computer can imagine what's in my head. b, c. | like to imagine what | could do with a million dollars. d. | have a new imagine. (© Evan-Moor Corp. * EMC 2758 « Daily Academic Vocabulary Daily Academic Vocabulary WEEK 13 0 sone Daily OA, Academic ay i [EE] imagination ey Vocabulary 1. How would you complete this sentence? Say it aloud. The best thing about having an imagination is _. 2. When would an imagination be the most useful? Circle your answer. a. when telling the facts about something b. when writing a make-believe story c. when following directions for a science experiment d. when taking a spelling test 3. Which sentence uses imagination correctly? Circle your answer. a. | will find the imagination in the drawer. b. Robbie imaginations it. c. An imagination was inside the book. d. When it thunders, my imagination sees giants fighting in the sky. [EE imaginary 1. How would you complete this sentence? Say it aloud. | would like to visit an imaginary place where 2. Which animal is imaginary? Circle your answer. 8 b, c. @ 3.Which one means the opposite of imaginary? Circle your answer. a. real c. made up b. make-believe d. doesn't exist in real life oo WEEK 13 Daily Academic Vocabulary * EMC 2758 * © Evan-Mooc Corp.