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2 FirstSecondThirdThen After That NextLaterFinally Using time order words when describing the sequence of events in a story makes it easier to understand.

3 What is the first American sight the children see from the ship? Where do the children go after leaving the ship? What does the woman in the library reading room do when she sees the children?

4 Contractions are two words combined to form one shortened word. WouldntWouldNotIveIHaveWellWeWill

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11 borrow – To get temporary use of check out – To withdraw an item, as a book from the library eager – Excited, enthusiastic glaring – Looking at angrily lap – To lick or slurp storyteller – A person who tells stories borrow – To get temporary use of check out – To withdraw an item, as a book from the library eager – Excited, enthusiastic glaring – Looking at angrily lap – To lick or slurp storyteller – A person who tells stories

12 Frame and Arrow Maps 1.After reading each page, write down one to two of the most important events for your Frame and Arrow Map. 2.At the end of the story put all of these events in chronological order taking time to create a detailed Frame and Arrow Map. 3.Make sure that you are using time order words correctly in each of the frames on the map. 4.When finished go back and reread this weeks selection in order to improve reading fluency. Frame and Arrow Maps 1.After reading each page, write down one to two of the most important events for your Frame and Arrow Map. 2.At the end of the story put all of these events in chronological order taking time to create a detailed Frame and Arrow Map. 3.Make sure that you are using time order words correctly in each of the frames on the map. 4.When finished go back and reread this weeks selection in order to improve reading fluency.

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20 borrow – To get temporary use of check out – To withdraw an item, as a book from the library eager – Excited, enthusiastic glaring – Looking at angrily lap – To lick or slurp storyteller – A person who tells stories borrow – To get temporary use of check out – To withdraw an item, as a book from the library eager – Excited, enthusiastic glaring – Looking at angrily lap – To lick or slurp storyteller – A person who tells stories

21 With your partner, discuss questions 1-7 on page 176 of your text. You may look back in your text if you need to. When you're finished begin thinking about the following questions. 3. How are the characters lives changed by moving to the new place 1. Who is the main character in the story? 2. Where do the characters go in the story? 4. Have you ever felt like the main character did in the story when they moved to a new place?

22 Using a Frame and Arrow Map, sequence what you think at the five most important events of the story.

23 as fast slow asleep awake huge tiny fierce gentle outgoing timid forget remember male female floor celing

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26 borrow – To get temporary use of check out – To withdraw an item, as a book from the library eager – Excited, enthusiastic glaring – Looking at angrily lap – To lick or slurp storyteller – A person who tells stories borrow – To get temporary use of check out – To withdraw an item, as a book from the library eager – Excited, enthusiastic glaring – Looking at angrily lap – To lick or slurp storyteller – A person who tells stories

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28 Contractions are words that are formed by combining two words and shortening one of them. An apostrophe takes the place of the left out letters. Youre You Are Whats What Is Shouldve Should Have

29 Talk to your partner and generate as many contractions as you can from the endings used below. Try to come up with at least three. 1.nt: didnt, shouldnt, wouldnt, couldnt, dont 2.ve: shouldve, wouldve, couldve, Ive 3.s: its, hes, shes, thats, lets, whats 4.re: youre, theyre, were, 5.ll: youll, shell, hell, well, theyll, Ill Talk to your partner and generate as many contractions as you can from the endings used below. Try to come up with at least three. 1.nt: didnt, shouldnt, wouldnt, couldnt, dont 2.ve: shouldve, wouldve, couldve, Ive 3.s: its, hes, shes, thats, lets, whats 4.re: youre, theyre, were, 5.ll: youll, shell, hell, well, theyll, Ill

30 First Step: Read the story summary quietly to yourself. If you finish before time is up, read through it again. Second Step: Now that you have read through the story summary, go through it again using hand gestures as you read. If you finish before time is up, read through it again with gestures. Third Step: Turn to your partner and take turns reading the summary with lots of expression. Fourth Step: With your partner, take turns reading with passage with lots of expression and gestures. Last Step: Using your best expression, ask your partner three questions about what you have read. When you are asked, be sure to answer with intense expressions.

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38 With your partner, read pages from your text using the skills mentions in the yellow column on the left of page 178. When you are finished discuss these questions with your partner and write your answers in complete sentences on a piece of lined paper.. 5. Compare and Contrast the libraries in both of the stories this week. 3. How much older is the oldest handwritten book than the oldest mechanically printed book? 4. Imagine that Thomas visited a library books were chained to the shelves. How would his life have been different? 2. What problem did the librarians in Alexandria, Egypt Face? How did they solve it? 1. Why were the books chained in the Hereford Cathedral Library?

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40 1.Make sure your name, date, and assignment are written clearly on the top left of the paper. 2.Turn your test paper to me and put your answer key in the reading basket. 3.Finish your Mountain Language. 4.Finish any other unfinished work. 1.Make sure your name, date, and assignment are written clearly on the top left of the paper. 2.Turn your test paper to me and put your answer key in the reading basket. 3.Finish your Mountain Language. 4.Finish any other unfinished work.


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