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Nils I. Palsson! October 18, 2013! Literacy Across the Curriculum! Dominican University, Ukiah!

To learn the vocabulary words essential for this unit of study and for our development as intelligent readers and learners.!

Students will correctly use and apply the weeks academic and content vacabulary words, writing and dening each in their vocabulary notebooks and correctly writing a sentence for each.!

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Vocabulary Selection! ! Academic (Tier 2) Vocabulary! ! ! etymology, twenty-rst century! ! ! emphasize, modify! ! ! signify, designate! ! ! proclaim, declare! ! Content (Tier 3) Vocabulary! ! ! emancipation, abolish! ! ! jurisdiction, habeas corpus! ! ! amendment, repudiate!

Each student will dene vocabulary words in notebook and write one sentence for each.! Students will complete cloze activity !

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Sequence --! -Students prepared to take notes in Vocab Notebook! -Teacher pronounces, writes, spells, denes, and speaks example of word, while students take notes. Also included are synonyms and paet of speech. Students may participate thoughtfully. Meaningful example or anchors given to facilitate memory.! -We all speak the word together.! -Pair-share activity. Speak the word in a sentence. (For etymology identify a word from our vocab and a word in life that youre curious to know the etymology of...)! -Students write word in vocab notebook, and also dene, identify part of speech, and use in a written sentence.!

-Cloze activity on board; students copy the sentence as exit pass!

Also:! *Review and reinforce CSSR method for learning unknown words! *Briey introduce students to Index in the back of their history textbook (bilingual!)! *Discuss smart reading and importance of word structure and etymology! *Appropriate Use of Technology: authorized use of smart phones at appropriate times, to dene terms, get word etymology, and check facts.!

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Guided Practice! Students practice speaking vocabulry words in sentences together and discuss in class forum. During pair-shares, teacher circulates to assess and guide.! Independent Practice! Students write sentences for each word in Vocabulary Notebook and complete cloze activity independently! Checks for Understanding! Teacher monitors students during pair-sharing and questions students socratically during class forum. Cloze activity as class exit pass as well as student Vocab Notebook entries also provide opportunities to check for understanding.! Evidence of Student Learning! -Quick pair share for each word, while teacher circulates to check for understanding! -Cloze activity to be completed accurately by each student as exit pass for the class! -Vocab notebook checked off weekly during quiz; easy way for students to earn points.!

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etymology (n.) !

the study of the true meaning of words

late 14c., ethimolegia "facts of the origin and development of a word," from Old French et(h)imologie (14c., Modern French tymologie), from Latin etymologia, from Greek etymologia, properly "study of the true sense (of a word)," from etymon "true sense" (neuter of etymos "true, real, actual," related to eteos "true") + -logia "study of, a speaking of" (see -logy).

emphasis (n.) !
give special importance or prominence to (something) in speaking or writing.

1570s, from Latin emphasis, from Greek emphasis "significance, indirect meaning," from emphainein "to present, show, indicate," from en "in" (see en- (2)) + phainein "to show" (see phantasm). In Greek and Latin, it developed a sense of "extra stress" given to a word or phrase in speech as a clue that it implies something more than literal meaning.

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jurisdiction (n.) !
the official power to make legal decisions and judgments.

early 14c. "administration of justice" (attested from mid-13c. in Anglo-Latin), from Old French juridiccion (13c.) and directly from Latin iurisdictionem (nominative iurisdictio) "administration of justice, jurisdiction," from ius (genitive iuris; see jurist) "right, law" + dictio "a saying" (see diction). Meaning "extent or range of administrative power" is from late 14c. Related: Jurisdictional.

habeas corpus (n.) !


a writ requiring a person under arrest to be brought before a judge or into court, esp. to secure the person's release unless lawful grounds are shown for their detention.

writ requiring a person to be brought before a court, mid-15c., Latin, literally "(you should) have the person," in phrase habeas corpus ad subjiciendum "produce or have the person to be subjected to (examination)," opening words of writs in 14c. AngloFrench documents to require a person to be brought before a court or judge, especially to determine if that person is being legally detained. From habeas, second person singular present subjunctive of habere "to have, to hold" (see habit) + corpus "person," literally "body" (see corporeal). In reference to more than one person, habeas corpora.

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Cloze Activity!
President __________ __________ suspended the legal right known as ___________ _________ during the American Civil War. The detainees in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba are also being denied this right. ! When Lincoln issued the ___________ ___________, it did not free a single slave. It only applied to slaves in the rebelling states, and these states were not under Lincolns _____________.! In his public statements, Lincoln ____________ that his chief goal was to preserve the union, not to free slaves.! If we study the _____________ of words, we get a better understanding of their true meaning.