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R2.5- Restate facts and details 2 nd grade
Today we will distinguish 1 between fantasy and realism in the story, Julius. distinguish 1 means to choose between
Look at the two pictures. Which pictures shows something that is make-believe? Talk to your partner and write it on your white board. A.B.
Fantasy is when something could not happen in real life. Characters Events A dancing banana A baby is driving a car
Realism is when something could happen in real life. A boy eating a banana A lady driving a car
When something could not happen in real life it is called _________. When something could happen in real life it is called _________.
Which shows something that is fantasy? A.)B.) A dog playing with a tennis ball A dog playing basketball I know ______ shows fantasy because ________________.
Which shows something that is realism? A.)B.) A dancing chickenA dancing baby I know ______ shows realism because ________________.
Why is this important? It will help us to understand what we read. It can help us to make better choices. We might see it on a test.
When something could not happen in real life it is called _________. When something could happen in real life it is called _________. 1.Julius sits in a chair and reads. 1.Julius makes a mess.
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WYNNE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Literary Genres. What is a genre?? Genre is just a fancy way of saying “different categories or types of books” such as fiction,
LITERARY GENRES Argyle intermediate school. WHAT IS A GENRE?? Genre is just a fancy way of saying “different categories or types of books” such as fiction,
Comprehension Skill First Grade Unit 1 Week 6 Created by Kristi Waltke
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Introduction Find out about character 1 Find out about character 2 Move the story on.
To compare and means to tell ways in which things are alike and different.
Responding to Literature Dogzilla Houghton Mifflin Grade 3 D. Crisler 2012/2013 HM Strategy Focus/Obj.: evaluate Standard: S2.C1.PO4 Comprehension Focus/Obj:
Good Morning! Today is ____________________. There are all kinds of ___________. We can play ball and go with our friends. We can take a walk, too. A friend.
What is Narrative Writing?
Eat you to in box Put the dog in the car. The cat is in the house. The big dog is in the box. I can eat bananas. You can go in the car.
Choose the right picture
Choose the right picture Choose the right word. 5.
BY:BERTON TANG JULY2, TH GRADE Literature Genres.
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October Bellringers. Disney cartoons are known for having strong color symbolism… What color is Scar? Describe. What color is Mufasa? Describe. Considering.
Describe Them! Pass the Ball Game Speak loudly and clearly!
Realism and Fantasy Comprehension Skill First Grade Unit 1 Week 5 Created by Kristi Waltke.
Fiction Books Many Genres to Choose From. Realistic Fiction Stories are set in the real world. Contains characters who seem believable. The reader believes.
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