Thursday, June 9, 2016

Vocabulary Assesment

WALT - I can use my growing wide range of academic and content-specific vocabulary to understand texts.

This is my Reading assesment for Vocabulary.

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Void: an empty space or vacuum.

Fluorescent: able to give off visible light after being exposed to a source of heat, light, or other form of energy

Vulnerable: able to be hurt or injured

Interconnected: to connect or cause to be connected one to the other or others.

Seldom: not often; rarely.

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Example/Non Example
Is a void messy? Why or why not?
No Because it is a empty space.
Which color is the most fluorescent at night? Why?
Yellow because it is a really bright colour.
Why are elderly people more vulnerable than children? Why?
Because elderly people’s bones are older and they can’t get away from danger in a hurry.
Which is more interconnected; a vine or a dandeloin? Why?
A vine because they can grow in all different directions.
Which is more seldom; the Olympics or an election in NZ? Why?
Olympics Because they are every 4 years and a election is every 3 years.

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Word Associations
The plants in the garden are die during a frost
There were lots of different paths that joined each other
I made a shot from halfway while facing backwards.
We are still exploring  outer space.
I can find my key ring easily in the dark.

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Word Relationships

How might each pair of words be connected?
You can be vulnerable when in light because everyone else can see.
A void is connected with random things.

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Extended Writing
Think of a time when you felt as though you were in a void or when you saw something that happens seldom. Write a paragraph about this.
Seldom: On Tuesday Jack W, Jack M, Finn and Myself were playing basketball at lunch time, and when I dribbled up the court I got just past halfway and then I threw the ball over my right shoulder and the ball hit the backboard and went in.

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