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Mrs. Robinson's Language Arts Class



School:Sam Rayburn
Location:Texas
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Stingray Chaser

Free stingrays and remove harmful algae from the ocean. After removing enough debris from the stingrays, you will be asked to select the correct answer to continue.




Pinball

Vocabulary Pinball Click on the red flipper buttons to keep the ball in play. Try to hit all of the letters with the ball to spell a word. Next, choose the correct definition for the word. A correct answer gives a free ball and an incorrect takes a ball away. Hold down and release the green button to launch the ball! Try all of the lists or register to make your own!




Word Find

Play the classic Word Search and find game.




Word Scramble - Words Only

Solve the scrambled words by moving the tiles around. Use the vocabulary definition or math answers to provide you the hint you need!




Word Scramble - Problems and Definitions

Solve the scrambled words by moving the tiles around. Use the vocabulary definition or math answers to provide you the hint you need!




Hangman

Play hangman with your words. Guess letters to form words from the lists that are added by people just like you! Practice your classroom lists.




List Content

OnLevel Unit 14 Spelling

  • bashful --
  • mysterious --
  • satisfied --
  • admiration --
  • haunting --
  • sarcastic --
  • witty --
  • enthusiastic --
  • powerful --
  • uncomfortable --

OnLevel Unit 6 Spelling

  • persuade --
  • symbolism --
  • deductive --
  • independent --
  • suspense --
  • boastful --
  • glum --
  • sequence --
  • amazed --
  • flashback --

OnLevel Unit 6 Vocabulary

  • flashback -- a literary device in which the continuation of a story is interrupted by a past event
  • inductive -- a type of reasoning in which specific examples are brought together to support a generalization
  • sequence -- a following of one thing after another in time
  • symbolism -- occurs when an object, a person, or a place represents something else, such as an idea or theme
  • boastful -- to tell about oneself with extreme pride; bragging
  • fact -- something that is known to be true or real; something that has really happened and can be proven true
  • independent -- able to do things alone or without help; not ruled by another
  • persuade -- to convince someone of your point of view or opinion
  • suspense -- a feeling of curiosity, uncertainty, or even dread about what is going to happen next
  • amazed -- to be filled with surprise, shock, or wonder
  • diagram -- make a drawing of something and label its parts
  • glum -- sad, unhappy, gloomy and miserable
  • opinion -- a belief based on experience or emotion
  • shy -- timid, quiet, easily frightened
  • deductive -- a type of reasoning which begins with the discussion of general conditions that are then applied to a specific situation to draw a conclusion

OnLevel Unit 8

  • suspicious -- openly distrustful and unwilling to confide
  • tone -- the author's attitude, stated or implied, toward a subject or audience
  • proud -- a much pleased feeling arising from some act
  • positive -- to have good feelings about something or someone
  • exhausted -- used up, worn out, very tired
  • frustrated -- to feel angry, upset, or powerless in a situation
  • nervous -- to be in a state of worry or disturbance
  • greedy -- wanting more than your fair share of something
  • dishonest -- not having truthfulness or honesty
  • considerate -- thoughtful; taking other people's feelings into account
  • mood -- the feeling one gets from reading a story
  • serious -- in earnest; not fooling
  • relaxed -- become less tense, rest, or take one's ease
  • style -- the author's choice and arrangement of words and sentences in a literary work
  • impatient -- restless; not willing to wait

OnLevel Unit 9

  • tolerate -- to endure or put up with
  • coax -- gently urging or persuading someone to do something
  • GRACIOUS -- having or showing kindness, charm, or courtesy
  • PERMISSION -- to allow to do something; to say "yes" to doing something
  • soldier -- a person who serves in the army
  • SYMPATHETIC -- to understand or share another's feelings or thoughts
  • ANGRY -- to be extremely mad and upset
  • FAITHFUL -- loyal; true; worthy of trust
  • MIGRATION -- a movement from one place to another
  • SHARECROPPERS -- people who farm someone else's land and are paid with a share of the crops
  • SQUABBLE -- argue over petty things
  • CURIOUS -- eager to know or learn
  • honest -- fair and upright; truthful; not lying
  • poverty -- not having enough money for food, clothing, and housing
  • SORROW -- feeling much sadness or unhappiness

PreAP Unit 10 Spelling

  • pry --
  • consequence --
  • memento --
  • posterity --
  • rigorous --
  • initiative --
  • panorama --
  • refurbish --
  • engulf --
  • null and void --

Unit 11 Vocabulary

  • CRUEL -- without kindness, compassion, or mercy
  • DROWSY -- feeling like you didn't get enough sleep; tired
  • EXCITABLE -- easily stirred up or provoked
  • hopeless -- without hope; beyond repair or correction
  • kind -- to be nice, friendly, and helpful
  • COWARDLY -- lacking courage; ignobly timid and faint-hearted
  • DISAPPOINTED -- fail to meet the hopes or expectations of
  • EMBARRASSMENT -- to cause to feel self-conscious, uncomfortable, or ill at ease
  • hardworking -- doing a job with energy and exceptional effort
  • INDIFFERENT -- having no particular interest or concern; apathetic
  • careless -- showing an unthinking lack of consideration
  • DEPRESSED -- feeling very unhappy and sad
  • ECONOMICAL -- careful about spending money or using resources
  • happy -- to have a feeling of joy or pleasure
  • HUNGRY -- feeling a need or desire to eat food

Unit 12 Feel/Emotion-REAL

  • hopeles -- without hope or a feeling that things will not work out well
  • relieved -- to feel relief; put at ease; describes how someone feels when their worries disappear
  • uncertain -- not sure, or full of doubt
  • demanding -- to ask for urgently or forcefully; requireing a lot of effort
  • disappointed -- unhappy that something did not happen
  • gloomy -- depressing in character or appearance; sad-dark or dim
  • jealous -- to want what others have; to feel envy
  • tense -- nervous, worried, or stressed out
  • comfortable -- Something that makes life easier, better, or more enjoyable
  • desperate -- fraught with extreme danger; nearly hopeless; showing extreme need or desire, a last chance effort
  • frustrated -- feeling upset, helpless or powerless in a situation
  • intriguing -- cause to be interested or curious
  • surprised -- the act of catching someone unaware, shocked
  • deserving -- reward for your goodnes or hard work
  • excited -- happy and enthusiastic about soemthing

Unit 12 Feeling/Emotion

  • comfortable -- Something that makes life easier, better, or more enjoyable
  • desperate -- fraught with extreme danger; nearly hopeless; showing extreme need or desire, a last chance effort
  • frustrated -- feeling upset, helpless or powerless in a situation
  • deserving -- reward for your goodnes or hard work
  • excited -- happy and enthusiastic about soemthing
  • demanding -- to ask for urgently or forcefully; requireing a lot of effort
  • disappointed -- unhappy that something did not happen
  • gloomy -- depressing in character or appearance; sad-dark or dim

Unit 13 Feeling/Emotions

  • envious -- feel jealous of another's possessions
  • lazy -- disinclined to work or exertion; someone who does not want to work or do anything
  • awkward -- not elegant or graceful in expression; clumsy--unsure of yourself; not at ease socially
  • cautious -- unwilling to take risks; careful
  • enraged -- put into a rage; make violently angry--marked by extreme anger
  • frightened -- cause fear in; thrown into a state of intense fear or desperation
  • relaxed -- become less tense, rest, or take one's ease
  • ashamed -- feeling embarrassed, guilty, or sorry
  • bleak -- without much hope, cold and dreary
  • disgusted -- fill with distates; to cause feelings of sickness, dislike, or annoyance
  • fearful -- causing fear or dread or terror
  • lovestruck -- having a passionate or overwhelming feeling of love; smitten
  • amused -- entertained, caused to smile or laugh
  • bewildered -- cause to be confused emotionally; Grandfather was _____ by the cities and trafic in California.
  • disgraceful -- worthy of or causing shame, dishonor, or disfavor

Unit 13 Spell-Feel/Emotio

  • awkward --
  • disgraceful --
  • cautious --
  • bleak --
  • bewildered --
  • amused --
  • frightened --
  • enraged --
  • disgusted --
  • lazy --

Unit 14 Feeling/Emotion

  • admiration -- a feeling of delighted approval and liking; a feeling of respect and honor
  • cheerful -- being full of, or promoting, cheer; having or showing good spirits
  • haunting -- having a deeply disquieting or disturbing effect; to visit or inhabit as a ghost
  • powerful -- having the power to influence or convince; having a lot of control or importance
  • serious -- concerned with work or important batters rather than play or trivialities
  • bitter -- having a sharp, strong, unpleasant taste; to feel angry and resentful or upset
  • enthusiastic -- having or showing great excitement and interest
  • mysterious -- strange or out of the ordinary
  • satisfied -- filled with satisfaction; fill or meet a want or need
  • witty -- combining clever conception and facetious (sarcastic) expression
  • bashful -- feeling shy, especially around new people
  • dreamy -- dreamy in mood or nature; soothing, pleasing, soft, dreamy music
  • innocent -- not guilty, doing no wrong
  • sarcastic -- expressing of ridicule that wounds
  • uncomfortable -- feeling a lack of comfort; uneasy

Unit 7 Vocabulary

  • similiarity -- the way in which two or more things are the same
  • confident -- feeling sure of yourself, believing in yourself
  • difference -- the quality of being unlike or dissimilar
  • idea -- a thought or belief about something
  • reluctant -- not eager
  • thrifty -- to be careful; conserve; not wasteful
  • conceited -- being too proud of oneself; having an exaggerated sense of self-importance
  • contrast -- to tell how two ideas, things, or people are different
  • fierce -- violent or dangerous, strong, extreme
  • organization -- the state of putting elements together in an effective/logical sequence
  • theme -- the topic of main idea of a story
  • compare -- To tell how two people or things are similar or the same
  • connect -- link, fasten, join, or put together two or more pieces
  • envy -- a wish or desire to have what someone else has
  • issue -- an important matter to be handled or discussed
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