Presentation on theme: "Anne Miller. Author: Robert McKissack The _______writes the stories. The __________draws the pictures. Story summary: Ann doesn't think she is very good."— Presentation transcript:
Author: Robert McKissack The _______writes the stories. The __________draws the pictures. Story summary: Ann doesn't think she is very good at sports. Will she have any fun at her school's Sports Day? There's only one way to find out--she'll have to try her best! Illustrator: Joe Cepeda author illustrator
Anne Miller Robert Mckissack grew up in a family where storytelling was very important. He likes to tell stories and write them, too. Robert Mckissack loves all animals. When he was a child, he had two dogs and one cat. His favorite fruits are strawberries and bananas. He also likes to eat steak. Robert Mckissack works in the St. Louis Public Library. Robert Mckissack
Anne Miller Genre - Look for: Characters that seems like people you could meet. Activities that could have happened to you or someone you know. Realistic Fiction Realistic fiction stories are about things that could really happen.
Anne Miller Be -to have life or exist be Can he be on our team?
Anne Miller Good -opposite of bad good Good job,” said Mr. York.
Anne Miller Mr. Mr. Brown is our P.E. teacher. -title used for a man
Anne Miller Need We need to skate fast. need - to want to have
Anne Miller Our - belonging to us our He has our ball!
Anne Miller Right You are right. This is fun. right - correct
Anne Miller Saw I saw a joey playing ball! saw - did see
Anne Miller Time - an instant; hour, day, or year time It is time to play ball.
Anne Miller Try The girls will try to jump rope. try - to make an attempt
Anne Miller 1.be - to have life or exist 2. good - opposite of bad 3. Mr. - title used for a man 4. need - to want to have 5.our - belonging to us 6. right - correct 7.saw - did see 8. time - an instant; hour, day, or year 9.try - to make an attempt Vocabulary Review
Anne Miller 1.Say the words. 2.Read the sentence. 3.Fill in the blank.
Anne Miller She will ________ her best. time saw try our right good be Mr. need
Anne Miller It is ________ to go home now. Mr. good right need our try be saw time
Anne Miller He just _____ a shark. time Mr. be need our try right good saw
Anne Miller That is not the _____ way. be need our Mr. try time saw good right
Anne Miller This is ______ lunch. need Mr. right our time saw try good be
Anne Miller Dad, you _______ to pull it in. Mr. right time saw our be try good need
Anne Miller Will ___ Mort find a coin? right need saw our good Mr. time try be
Anne Miller He is a _____ hopper. need saw try good Mr. our be right time
He wants to _____ the winner! saw be try right Mr. time our need good
Anne Miller Match the words to its meaning. A. to have life or exist B. opposite of bad C. title used for a man D. to want to have E. belonging to us F. correct G. did see H.an instant; hour, day, or year I.to make an attempt 1.saw___ 2.good ___ 3.try ___ 4.right ___ 5.Mr. ___ 6.time ___ 7.our ___ 8.need ___ 9.be ___ B G I F C H E D A
Anne Miller Jan and Ann are good friends. Jan saw Ann looking sad. Mr. York said, “It’s time for our day camp.” “I don’t want to be at camp,” said Ann. “You just need to try!” said Jan. Jan is right. Ann needs to try.
Anne Miller Say the Sight Words need our time white will again an any as after
Anne Miller New words in the story: Try Your Best climb just kick more next race rope started team very Mort Ann Jan sports
Anne Miller Spelling Words 6.or 7.for 8.corn 9.cork 10.fork 1.more 2.hang 3.ring 4.two 5.from
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