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Earthquake Terror. Vocabulary Toolkit Day 2. debris. Tell your partner an example of debris. Use this stem, “An example of debris could be ______.” Tell your partner what debris is not. Try to come up with three things debris isn’t using this stem, “Debris is not ____.”. devastation. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Earthquake TerrorVocabulary ToolkitDay 2

  • debrisTell your partner an example of debris. Use this stem, An example of debris could be ______.

    Tell your partner what debris is not. Try to come up with three things debris isnt using this stem, Debris is not ____.

  • devastationQuick- Write: You have one minute to make a list. When time is called compare your list with a partner. Add to your list, if possible.

    What devastation could an earthquake cause?

  • faultPalmdale lies on the San Andreas fault. What does this mean to you? Think about it, make yourself some notes, and then share with a partner.

  • impactBrainstorm with your partner as many impacts you can think of. Car crash,

  • joltSam felt a jolt when he slid down the slide. True or False? Why or why not?

    Sam felt a jolt when he tripped over a branch. True or False? Why or why not?

  • shuddered The Earth shuddered during an earthquake. True or False? Why or why not?

    The little girl shuddered thinking about crossing the street with the vicious dog across the street. True or False? Why or why not?

    The little shuddered thinking about her birthday party. True or False? Why or why not?

  • susceptibleMy friend is susceptible to getting grades because he studies every night. True or False? Why or why not?

    My friend is susceptible to getting toothaches because he brushes his teeth three times every day. True or False? Why or why not?

  • undulatingWhen the windows were closed the curtains moved in an undulating fashion. True or False? Why or why not?The breeze caused the curtains to move in an undulating fashion. True or False? Why or why not?

  • upheavalWhat happens during an upheaval? Tell your partner. How might you feel?

  • ominousThe ominous clouds made us excited for weather that was approaching. True or False? Why or why not?The ominous clouds made us worry about the approaching weather. True or False? Why or why not?

  • stiflingTell your partner about a time you felt the air was stifling. What caused it? How did you feel?

  • franticThe baby was frantic when she slept calmly. True or False? Why or why not?

    The baby was frantic when she wanted her bottle that fell. True or False? Why or why not?

  • What are the signs the author can use to help you know someone will be frantic?

    What are the signs the author can use to help you know something is ominous?

  • Partner QuizPick one word different from your partner. Create a True and a False statement for your word.Quiz your partner. Can they figure out which statement is true and which is false and WHY???