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Autobiography

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  1. Autobiography Objective: I can correctly use vocabulary words in my reading, speaking, and writing.

  2. Childhood

  3. Childhood • The woman remembered running through the meadow in her childhood.

  4. Childhood • Child-hood (noun) • The time or condition of being a child.

  5. Now, I understand what Eloise Greenfield’s life was like. Insights

  6. Now, I understand what Eloise Greenfield’s life was like. Insights • After reading Langston Terrace, the girl had more insights about the author.

  7. Now, I understand what Eloise Greenfield’s life was like. Insights • In-sights (noun) • Perceptions of the true nature of something.

  8. Memories

  9. Memories • The mother put all of her memories about her first daughter into the baby book.

  10. Memories • Mem-or-ies (noun) • Things remembered from the past.

  11. Original

  12. Original • The Mona Lisa on the left is the original painting.

  13. Original • Or-i-gi-nal (noun) • Being the source from which a copy or translation is made.

  14. Piece

  15. Piece • The artist stood next to his piece of art for the museum.

  16. Piece • Piece (noun) • A work of literature, art, or music.

  17. Present http://www.swgfl.org.uk/linkout.asp?redirect=http://www.wmnet.org.uk/wmnet/custom/files_uploaded/uploaded_resources/503/clock.swf

  18. Present • The clock always shows the present time.

  19. Present • Pres-ent (noun) • Being or happening now; current