LAFS.5.L.3.4 – Use Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word.
LAFS.5.L.3.6 – Acquire and use academic and domain-specific words and phrases.
SS.5.A.4.1 – Identify the economic, political and socio-cultural motivation for colonial settlement.
SS.5.A.4.2 – Compare characteristics of New England, Middle, and Southern colonies.
SS.5.A.4.3 – Identify significant individuals responsible for the development of the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies.
Students will determine the theme of a poem based how the poet reflects upon a topic and the details included.
Students will explain what a colonist and colony is and how colonists arrived in North America
Students will explain there are 13 colonies and describe their locations.
Students will explain why colonists came to America.
Students will describe colonial life including housing, schools, daily life, communities.
Students will describe Triangular Trade and the impact it had in colonial times.
Lesson 13 – log, logue (word), mono-, uni-(one)
Apology – statement saying you are sorry about something
Dialogue – the things said by the characters in a story, movie, or play
Epilogue – a final section or speech after the main part of a book, play, or musical composition
Eulogy – a speech that praises or honors someone who has died
Monologue – a long speech given by a character in a story, movie, or play, or by a performer
Monopoly – complete control of the entire supply of goods or of a service in a certain area or market
Monotonous – something that is boring because it is always the same
Monogamy – the state or practice of being married or partnered to only one person at a time
Unison = a process in which something is done or achieved together at the same time
Universal – done or experienced by everyone; existing or available for everyone; existing or true at all times or in all places