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Maslowski,

Tomassi, White

Apples
I can use my understanding of spelling patterns to
spelling words with the prefixes: re-, dis-, un-.

I can use prepositions and prepositional phrases to
create imagery in my writing.
1. unused,
2. refresh,
3. displease,
4. replace,
5. unpaid,
6. restart,
7. disorder,
8. unplanned
9. distrust,
10. rewind,
11. untrue,
12. unload,
13. recall,
14. dislike,
15. uneven

Following the test, you will be given a dictation
sentence that includes a complex sentence

Vocabulary: W1: Acquire, unfortunate, coerce,
boasted, beamed. W2: glared, ceased, declared,
devised, resourceful

Week of: April 13 to 24th

Blueberries
I can use my understanding of spelling patterns to
spelling words with the prefixes: re-, dis-, un-.

I can use prepositions and prepositional phrases to
create imagery in my writing.
1. unused,
2. refresh,
3. displease,
4. replace,
5. unpaid,
6. restart,
7. disorder,
8. unplanned
9. distrust,
10. rewind,
11. untrue,
12. unload,
13. recall,
14. dislike,
15. uneven
16. rebuild,
17. redo,
18. uncover,
19. untidy,
20. discolor

Following the test, you will be given a dictation
sentence that includes a complex sentence.

Vocabulary: W1: Acquire, unfortunate, coerce, boasted,
beamed. W2: glared, ceased, declared, devised,
resourceful

Oranges
I can use my understanding of spelling patterns to
spelling words with the prefixes: re-, dis-, un-.

I can use prepositions and prepositional phrases to
create imagery in my writing.
1. unfinished
2. unfortunately
3. unexpected
4. unbelievable
5. unceasing
6. unbroken
7. unrequited
8. unchanged
9. discontinuing
10. disappoint
11. distant
12. distract
13. dissolve
14. disrobe
15. disrupt
16. Discomfort
17. Renewable
18. Reliable
19. Responsible
20. required

Following the test, you will be given a dictation
sentence that includes a complex sentence..

Vocabulary:
W1: Acquire, unfortunate, coerce, boasted, beamed.
W2: glared, ceased, declared, devised, resourceful