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1 Cendrillon By: Robert D. San Souci That’s Amazing! Theme 3, Selection 2, Day 1 Taught By: Mr. Williams By: Robert D. San Souci That’s Amazing! Theme 3, Selection 2, Day 1 Taught By: Mr. Williams

2 Compare and Contrast Comparing and Contrasting story elements can help the reader better understand and remember information from the selection Comparing is to find similarities in story elements, characters, or events. Venn Diagrams are one way to map comparisons and contrasts. Contrasting is to find differences in story elements, characters, or events. Double Bubble are another graphic organizer used to compare and contrast.

3 The Fog Maiden’s Necklace Comprehension Skill: Compare and Contrast How is the fog maiden’s necklace different from all others? In what ways are the fog maiden and her sister alike? In what ways will the fog maiden’s life be different after giving up her neckalce?

4 Decoding Suffixes: -able

5 crossly

6 elegant

7 Godmother

8 orphan

9 peasant

10 proud

11 Key Caribbean Vocabulary crossly – In a grumpy or grouchy way elegant – Marked by good taste, graceful Godmother – A woman who acts as a sponsor at a child’s christening or baptism. orphan – A child whose parents are dead or gone peasant – A poor farm worker proud – Thinking too highly of oneself crossly – In a grumpy or grouchy way elegant – Marked by good taste, graceful Godmother – A woman who acts as a sponsor at a child’s christening or baptism. orphan – A child whose parents are dead or gone peasant – A poor farm worker proud – Thinking too highly of oneself

12 Cenderillon Double Bubble Map 1.After reading each page, use a blank sheet of paper to add to a Double Bubble Map comparing and contrasting details about Vitaline and Cenderillon from the selection. 2.Make sure to find at least 5 similarities between Vitaline and Cenderillon and at least 5 differences for each. 3.At the end of the story use practice book p. 233 to check your comprehension of the story. It is ok to go back into the text as needed for both activities? 4.When finished go back and reread this week’s selection in order to improve reading fluency. Double Bubble Map 1.After reading each page, use a blank sheet of paper to add to a Double Bubble Map comparing and contrasting details about Vitaline and Cenderillon from the selection. 2.Make sure to find at least 5 similarities between Vitaline and Cenderillon and at least 5 differences for each. 3.At the end of the story use practice book p. 233 to check your comprehension of the story. It is ok to go back into the text as needed for both activities? 4.When finished go back and reread this week’s selection in order to improve reading fluency.

13 Cendrillon By: Robert D. San Souci That’s Amazing! Theme 3, Selection 2, Day 2 Taught By: Mr. Williams By: Robert D. San Souci That’s Amazing! Theme 3, Selection 2, Day 2 Taught By: Mr. Williams

14 crossly

15 elegant

16 Godmother

17 orphan

18 peasant

19 proud

20 Key Caribbean Vocabulary crossly – In a grumpy or grouchy way elegant – Marked by good taste, graceful Godmother – A woman who acts as a sponsor at a child’s christening or baptism. orphan – A child whose parents are dead or gone peasant – A poor farm worker proud – Thinking too highly of oneself crossly – In a grumpy or grouchy way elegant – Marked by good taste, graceful Godmother – A woman who acts as a sponsor at a child’s christening or baptism. orphan – A child whose parents are dead or gone peasant – A poor farm worker proud – Thinking too highly of oneself


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