Vocabulary Logs, Practice Activities, and Word Lists Supplement to Dynamic Vocabulary Instruction



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Word Pairs - Example




Word Pair

Same


Opposite

Go Together

No Relation


desert - nomad














nomad - wanderer















nomad - settler















desert – city















caravan - travel















desert - arid













desert - humid















desert – rain forest















Biome - environment














Stahl & Kapinus, 2001

Lesson 1: Ecosystems Quick Words




DEFINITION

MATCH

VOCABULARY WORD

1. matter needed by plants and animals so they can live

D

A. bacteria

2. all things that exist, including our solar system and beyond

M

B. requirements

3. very tiny single-celled organisms

A

C scientists

4. the end of or dying out of a type of plant or animal

H

D. nutrients


5. a living community of organisms and their physical environment

L

E. predator

6. finally

O

F. fungus

7. an animal that hunts or kills another for food

E

G. climate

8. actions or influences on each other

K

H. extinction

9 living things; including all plants and animals

J

I. protists

10. people with expert knowledge of science

C

J. organisms

11. very humid or having to do with the tropics

N

K. interactions

12. the pattern of weather conditions in an area or region

G

L. ecosystem

13. usually single-celled organisms that have both plant and animal characteristics.

I

M. universe

14. things that are needed or depended on


B

N. tropical

15. a plant-like organism without leaves, flowers, or green coloring

F

O. eventually

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Lesson 1: Ecosystems Quick Words




DEFINITION

MATCH

VOCABULARY WORD

1. matter needed by plants and animals so they can live




A. bacteria

2. all things that exist, including our solar system and beyond




B. requirements

3. very tiny single-celled organisms




C scientists

4. the end of or dying out of a type of plant or animal




D. nutrients

5. a living community of organisms and their physical environment




E. predator

6. finally




F. fungus

7. an animal that hunts or kills another for food




G. climate

8. actions or influences on each other




H. extinction

9 living things; including all plants and animals




I. protists

10. people with expert knowledge of science




J. organisms

11. very humid or having to do with the tropics




K. interactions

12. the pattern of weather conditions in an area or region




L. ecosystem

13. usually single-celled organisms that have both plant and animal characteristics.




M. universe

14. things that are needed or depended on




N. tropical

15. a plant-like organism without leaves, flowers, or green coloring




O. eventually


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