INTEGRATED UNITS #7

Reading Strategies and Literary Elements, Grade 9, North Carolina Department of Instruction

Part 4:  Focus Lesson:   FLASHBACK


VOCABULARY

PEOPLE

Cornelia
speakers
audience
Bonnie
best friend
fast friends
drama teacher – Mrs. Norland
president
secretary
impostor / imposter
different person
kid
leader
follower
her----

ACTIONS

breathed
try
remain
glanced out
glanced over
raced
feel / felt
rehearsed
drained
clutched
hurt
sitting
was running (elections)
looked
crossed
meet / met
speak out
picked
to play / to act
remember
whispering
learned
responded
had got / had gotten
prompted
came up with
invent
realized
tended to view
straightened
smiled
filled

HOW -- QUALITIES

deeply
focused
packed
repeatedly
hard
instinctively
as usual
brave
perfectly calm
neatly
clearly
relaxed
thunderous
alert
altogether
vivacious
bolder
happier
freer

AMOUNT

2 more
turn
each time
first time

TIME

back then
at the end
soon
no longer

GROUPS

Senior student council

PLACE

auditorium
in front of
down
at her side

EVENTS

elections
speech -- words
memory
sixth grade
class play
lead role
performance
applause
whatever happened

OBJECTS

mirror
index cards
seats
lines (play)
posters
slogans

EMOTIONS EXPRESSIONS
courage I wish I had
gawky in fact
shy in charge of recruiting
afraid just do your best
habit backwards and forwards
admire
sense of calm

BODY PARTS

heart
head
knuckles
legs
face
back

 


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