Course: Reading Grade Level(s): 7th Grade Date of last revision: March 15, 2012 Wildly Important Goal (Power Standard): VOCABULARY/WORD STUDY Workshop 1: Synonyms/Antonyms Workshop 4: Using a dictionary, Multiple meaning words Workshop 8: Context clues, Noun endings State Standards Met (include DOK if on the Table of Specs): 7.1.5 a, b, c, d, e Essential knowledge for that goal: How will we know when each student has Synonyms/Antonyms learned? ID synonyms & antonyms in reading & writing Determine meaning of new words using Workshop wrap-up test synonyms and antonyms Wkshp 4 rbook exercises Using a dictionary rskills exercises Use guide words to find words & word meaning in rskills test a dictionary NESA practice test Multiple meaning words Determine intended meaning of multiple meaning words Express word meaning using knowledge of multiple-meaning words Wkshp 8 Context clues Determine meanings of new words using context clues. Express word meanings using knowledge of context clues. Noun endings ID and form the noun endings of common words What types of activities will be used to help meet that goal? How will we respond to students who have difficulty? How will we enrich and extend for proficient students? Course: Reading Grade Level(s): 7th Grade Date of last revision: March 15, 2012 Instructional Activities. How will we teach this goal?