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1 T184 Question of The Day What events do you like to have your friends tell you about?  Name one event that a friend or relative has told you about.  What happened?  What made it interesting?

2 T184 “A Pen Pal for Max” Theme 3 Lesson 12

3 T185 Read Aloud  Genre- Fiction  Set a Purpose- Why might we read or listen to a fiction story again?  Modeling Fluency- Pay attention to phrasing and punctuation.  Listen as I carefully read the poem.

4 T185 Grandma’s Party Brenda sat in the living room. Colored streamers, balloons, glitter, and photographs surrounded her. It was the morning after grandmother’s eightieth birthday party. All she could think of was telling her friend Ernesto about it. She wished she could call him, but he had just moved out of town. So, Brenda decided to write him a letter. Dear Ernesto, Grandma’s birthday party was awesome! She loved the Big Band music. She said she felt young again. She and grandpa can still boogie-woogie. They even sang for us. They still know all the words! We had a wonderful time. You would have enjoyed it, too. I hope your new place is great! Your friend, Brenda Grandma’s Party Brenda sat in the living room. Colored streamers, balloons, glitter, and photographs surrounded her. It was the morning after grandmother’s eightieth birthday party. All she could think of was telling her friend Ernesto about it. She wished she could call him, but he had just moved out of town. So, Brenda decided to write him a letter. Dear Ernesto, Grandma’s birthday party was awesome! She loved the Big Band music. She said she felt young again. She and grandpa can still boogie-woogie. They even sang for us. They still know all the words! We had a wonderful time. You would have enjoyed it, too. I hope your new place is great! Your friend, Brenda

5 T185 Grandma’s Party Brenda smiled. She placed her letter in an envelope. It was ready to be mailed. She knew Ernesto would write back quickly. She couldn’t wait. Now, if only her mom or dad, or even her older sister, would just wake up.

6 T186 Consonant Diagraphs knowknucklegnatsign knifegnaw knowknucklegnatsign knifegnaw  Lets read each word together as a class.  What letter combinations go together to make the /n/ sound? knowknucklegnatsign knifegnaw

7 T186 Consonant Diagraphs wrigglewrongwrapwrestle wrigglewrongwrapwrestle  Lets read each word together as a class.  What letter combinations go together to make the /r/ sound? wrigglewrongwrapwrestle wrigglewrongwrapwrestle

8 T186 Consonant Diagraphs roughtoughlaughcough  Lets read each word together as a class.  What letter combinations go together to make the /f/ sound?  Remember that these letters appear at the end of the word. roughtoughlaughcough

9 T187 Spelling with Consonant Digraphs gn, wr, kn, and gh Spelling with Consonant Digraphs gn, wr, kn, and gh Use the words below to help complete each sentence. 1.No one _______ LaShanda’s middle name. 2.Turn the _________ to make the radio louder. 3.Marianna likes to _________ poetry. 4.Alma ironed the __________ from her shirt. 5.A tiny _________ bit me. 6.The _________ say’s, “No Parking.” 7.Beavers _________ on wood. 8.Calvin fell and hurt his ________. gnatknewsign knob gnawwritewrinkle knees

10 T187 Spelling with Consonant Digraphs gn, wr, kn, and gh Spelling with Consonant Digraphs gn, wr, kn, and gh Use the words below to help complete each sentence. kneel wrist cough known rough wrench knight 9. Your ______ connects your hand and arm. 10. Sandpaper is very _________. 11. The brave ________ rescued the princess. 12. Would your rather stand, sit, or ________. 13. Please hand me the _________. 14. Please cover your mouth when you ________. 15. I have _________ Danny for three years.

11 T188 Performing “A Pen Pal for Max” In groups we will perform “A Pen Pal for Max” by rereading pages Things to remember:  The characters might act and sound different in various parts.  Readers can use expression to reinforce what is happening in the text.

12 T189 Plot What is the plot of a story? A plot is the events that happen; it usually includes a problem and its solution.

13 T189 “The Sunset in My Mailbox” Listen closely as I reread “The Sunset in My Mailbox” starting on page 44. Listen closely for the problem and the solution as I reread the story. Remember that some stories can have more than one problem.

14 T189 Use the graphic organizer below to help you map the story. We will use the questions on the following slide to help us fill in the chart below. Problem Important Events Solution Plot

15 T189  Who are the characters and what is the setting in this story? Caitlin, Julien, Caitlin’s mom, the mailman; Caitlin’s house  What are the important events in the story? Caitlin receives odd gifts from her pen pal. She gets a melted juicebar, cornflakes, and a fingerprint.  Think about these events and how they cause a problem for Caitlin. What is Caitlin’s problem? Caitlin is worried how Julien will send a sunset through the mail.


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