The King in The Kitchen
Unit 4.3 The King in The Kitchen genre: Plays
spelling from: 6.2 - prefixes
|Words to know-definitions:
- majesty: title used in speaking to a king or queen, emperor, etc
- duke: a nobleman of the highest title, ranking just below prince
- dungeon: a dark underground room or cell to keep prisoners in
- furiously: with unrestrained energy,
- genius: a person having very great natural power of mind, a very smart person; uncommon smart
- peasant: a farmer of the working class in Europe, Asia, and Latin America
- porridge: food made of oatmeal or other grain boiled in water or milk before it thickens
Prefixes: mis, non, re
When prefixes mis, non, and re are added to the base words, the spelling of the base word does not change.
dictionary and glossary; they will also examine character and setting, author’s purpose/context clues
|Grammar tie ins:
Writing: historical fiction
RL4.4-determine the meaning of words.
RL4.7-comparing the book to a short presentation of the story
“Frog Prince: the Sequel”
“Keeping a Secret”
summarize, inference, infer,
generalizations, noting facts
Compare and contrast.