Flag of the day: Page 15 – Massachusetts
American Indian (NOT a person from India)
The Indian is holding an arrow in his left hand and bow in his right hand.
Word of the Day Level II: Fragile – frag·ile – [fraj-uh l] – /ˈfrædʒ əl/
[British fraj-ahyl] – /ˈfrædʒ aɪl/
Discussion: What is fragile and what things can be fragile?
Review – English Textbook Level One – Page 45: Beginning Sounds Ll and Jj (Pictures)
Lulu – (Capital L because LULU is a name) – Lulu (Kennedy-Cairns)
Lick – [lik] – /lɪk/ – Verb
to pass the tongue over the surface of, as to moisten, taste, or eat:
to lick a postage stamp; to lick an ice-cream cone.
Jilly – (Capital J because JILLY is a name) – (Jillian Michaels)
Jolly – [jol-ee] – /ˈdʒɒli/ – Adjective, jol·li·er, jol·li·est.
cheerfully festive or convivial: a jolly party.
joyous; happy: Christmas is a jolly season.
Jilly is a nickname / pet name, short for Jillian / Jill, explain this to the students.
Such as Mike is short for Michael, Jenny is short for Jennifer, Angel is short Angelica.
Pet Names/Nicknames are such as teacher calling a student MONKEY.
- Have the students read the mini-stories for letter Ll and Jj.
- Other words that begin with Ll and Jj, should be written in their textbook.
|Words that begin with Ll|
|Words that begin with Jj|
No Homework Given