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Vocabulary activities A.CircleCircle B.CategoriesCategories C.HangmanHangman D.ListingListing E.DrawingDrawing
T S1 S2 S3 S4
CountryAnimalFruitVegetableCountable noun Uncountable noun Begin with the letter you hear.
_____ Clue:It stays hot even if you put it in the fridge.
kitchen bathroom library How many words do you know?
Listen and draw.
Writing activities A.RRotation B.PPicture narration C.PPicture description D.SScene description
Use the pictures to tell a story.
Describe what you see.
Speaking A.Picture descriptionPicture description B.Cumulative picture descriptionCumulative picture description C.DebateDebate D.Process descriptionProcess description
Look and speak.
Add ONE sentence to what has already been said.
Team A S1S2S3S4S5S6 Team B S1S2S3S4S5S6 for against
Narrative Articles Things we’re going to learn about:
An Introduction to Close Reading
KINDERGARTEN INVENTORY OF SKILLS AND DEVELOPMENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE Below is a twelve week schedule of all items found on the Kindergarten Inventory.
Can you tell the letter each picture begins with?
An insight into English...
Grade 2 Common Core I Can Statements… 1. Second Grade Common Core… The Next Generation Strand: Reading: Literature RL.2.1 –
The paragraph is a series of sentences developing one topic.
Week Three ELITE. Practice Read as much as you can Read out loud when you can to people around you to practice your speaking skills Pronounce all the.
Keep hands and feet to yourself. Killer statements are statements that make people feel bad. They are used to insult or put someone down.
1.Choose a genre. 2.Create a story map. 3.Write 5 paragraphs. 4. Use transition words. 1.Choose a genre. 2.Create a story map. 3.Write 5 paragraphs. 4.
Narrative Prompts Brother Trouble. Writing Situation: You are home babysitting your little brother. When you go out to get the paper, the door shuts and.
Prefix, Suffix, or RootWord: Definition:. What it Means Prefix, Suffix, Root Picture Sentence Compared to… Contrasted to… Word Meaning and Origin.
Do Now: Update your 25 Books Log and Genre Chart. Take out the Rough Draft of your personal narrative and a red pen. Please print a copy if you haven’t.
Be a Word Nerd! Vocabulary for Unit#4 Like me!. Write one word for every three lines. If you run out of space, continue onto another paper. narrator,
ATTENTION LANGUAGE LEARNERS ! THE SENIORS’ GUIDE FOR SUCCESS.
Expectations in Literacy Emma Fitzpatrick Literacy Team Member Key Leader for Key Stage One and the Early Years.
Please turn cell phones to silent and keep texting to a minimum Please keep table conversations relevant, brief and quiet to as not distract anyone.
Words Are Drab…Engage Your Students With Vocab! CAST 2011 Aimee Ayers and Jena Walters.
Every Child Ready to your library® Public Library Association Association for Library Service to Children Talkers.
Comprehension Center Activities. Comprehension Card Write 8 sentences about the story. Make some true and some false. Give them to your partner to answer.
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