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Theme 5: Family Time
Author: Pat Cummings Selection 3: Carousel
Genre: Realistic Fiction Realistic characters and events come to life in a fictional plot
Comprehension Strategy: Predict/Infer to use what we have read and what we know (schema) to learn more than the author tells us.
Comprehension Skill: Making Judgments We use facts from the story, and our beliefs, to make and confirm opinions about the characters or situations.
Comprehension Skill Review: Information & Study Skills: Reference Sources: Electronic Media
Spelling Focus: The Final Sound in puppy Basic: puppy baby lucky Happy very lady funny silly many only cookie Review: Challenge: me furry be angry
Phonics review: The –le Ending in Two-Syllable Words puddle beetle giggle battle simple riddle little bottle noodle doodle
Key Vocabulary: angry- to feel very upset about something fussed- talked in an unhappy way; complained groaned- made a deep moaning sound
grumbled- talked in an angry way about Something that is not pleasing grumpily- in a grouchy way promised- said he or she would do something Other Vocabulary :
Other Vocabulary: pearly-like a pearl, especially in having a shiny surface definitely- without a doubt; surely Sighed -let out a long, loud breath, usually as a sign of being tired
Other Vocabulary : frills- something added mostly for decoration mumbled- spoke so that the words were not clear enough to be understood
tutu- a short skirt worn by a ballerina scurried- moved fast sharply- in an angry way hissed- made a long sound to show dislike delicate- easily broken or harmed Other Vocabulary
twisted- turned something around and around wobbly- moving from side to side in a shaky manner deserted- left alone by itself stretching- changing shape by growing larger or longer Other Vocabulary
tiptoed- walked on the ends of the toes mane- long heavy hair growing from the neck or shoulders of an animal trot- to run at a medium- fast pace Other Vocabulary
Vocabulary Skills: Homophones (words that sound alike but do not have the same spelling or the same meaning) hair hare tale tail
High-Frequency Words: aunt pair million
High-Frequency Review: ago believe between even field lion told
Grammar Skills: Verbs That Tell About the Past liked opened
Writing: An Information Paragraph
I Reading Books: Phonics Library: Aunt Lizzie Finds Her Cake My Brother by Patty Moynahan
Puppy Sound of y at the end of longer words. very Sound of y at the end of longer words.
carousel A merry-go-round, as one at an amusement park.
“Carousel” Vocabulary to feel very upset about something.
Theme 6: Talent Show. Selection 1: Title: The Art Lesson Author: Tomie dePaola.
Focus Education Assessing Reading: Exceeding Year 1 Expectations Year 1 Exceeding Expectations: Reading Read accurately and confidently words of.
Lesson 18, Day 2. Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. On my signal turn and talk to your partner using this stem: I.
Theme 5: Family Time (Focus on Biography) Selection 1: Title: Brothers and Sisters Author: Ellen B. Senisi.
Theme 5: Family Time Author: Patricia Polacco Selection 4: Thunder Cake.
Because of Winn-Dixie By Kate DiCamillo Illustrated by Kevin Hawkes Visit the Author 4 th Grade: Unit 1 Week 1.
You need your text book, workbook, pencil and journal. Lesson 11 Day 2.
Reading Unit 1 Review Comprehension Skills. Author’s Purpose What is this skill? Author’s purpose is the reason(s) the author has for writing. An author.
Day 2 The Bremen Town Musicians. THE BIG QUESTION... How can we work together?
You need your text book. Lesson 26 Day 2. Spelling Part A Part A 1. section 2. caution What is the same in each word? Many words end in –tion or –sion,
Wednesday January 7 th Lesson 16, Day 2. Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: How might a new child.
You need your text book. Lesson 19 Day 2 Phonics and Spelling Prefixes are word parts added to root words. What does the prefix un- mean? not
Theme 3: Better Together Weekly Theme: Creatures Old and Older Selection 3: Title: Meet the Super Croc.
Fiction Books Many Genres to Choose From. Realistic Fiction Stories are set in the real world. Contains characters who seem believable. The reader believes.
-s-es-ies Name __________________________________________ #_______ Day 3 Bremen Town Musicians Phonics.
THEME 1: Facing Challenges Fourth Grade Week 2 Day 1.
Objective: To listen attentively and respond appropriately to oral communication.
Lesson 15 Day 4 You will need your textbook, workbook, journal, and pencil.
Characters People or animals in a story. Setting Tells where and when the story takes place.
Phonics Review Base Word -er-est hot slow brave slim silly shiny Name _____________________________________ Day 4 A Froggy Fable.
WHAT IS FICTION Elements of Fiction. Fiction Fiction = “make believe” or “not true” stories Fiction can have some true facts, events, or people though.
Lesson 24 Day 4 You will need your textbook.. Phonics and Spelling The /ə/ sound often appears in the unaccented syllable in two-syllable words. Three-syllable.
Genre. I can identify different types of literature like poetry, novels, short stories, biographies, autobiographies, and dramas based on their characteristics.
Text Structure How Information Is Arranged. Fiction Text Structure Exposition Conflict Rising Action Climax Resolution Who/What/When/Where/Why leading.
UNIT 3 WEEK 3 DAY 3 Lead 21. Reinforce the Theme Page Pig Pig Gets a Job What is the name of the job in this picture? What does a builder do? How.
OAA Vocabulary!. Warm-Up 24, Theme: A topic of discussion or writing; It may be stated or implied. Also, it should be expressed in sentence.
Carl the Complainer. Blend the sounds to read the words. unzipdistrust unseendisinfect unhappydislike redo precook replaypreheat revisit preset Prefixes.
Theme 6: Talent Show Selection 3 Title: The School Mural Author: Sarah Vazquez Illustrator: Melinda Levine.
Big Question: Who lives in the grasslands? Author Author: Jennifer Schofield Genre Genre: Concept Book.
Question 1: How do family-life fiction authors hook and hold readers? The way the authors of family life fiction hook and hold the readers are they use.
Pearl & Wagner Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about some farmers. They have a problem with mice in their fields. One farmer has a smart idea.
SOME REMINDERS SENTENCES AND PARAGRAPHS. What is a sentence? A sentence is a unit of sense. A sentence must always have a finite verb. A complete sentence.
Fiction and Nonfiction Greyling My Heart is in the Highlands by Jane Yolen Review.
Genre: Realistic Fiction Author: Patricia C. McKissack Lesson 11 Day 1.
Make Believe The Genre of Fiction. Genres A genre is a kind of text A genre is a kind of text Different genre have different kinds of setting, conflicts.
Narrative Writing. Step 1: Read the prompt carefully before you begin. Writing Situation: There are many stories that talk about people getting three.
Identifying Forms of Literature. What is Genre? Genre is a French word that means “kind” or “type.” When we talk about genres of writing, we are talking.
Genres. A. fiction B. nonfiction C. poetry 1. A fairy tale is D. drama There are four main types of writing, called genres: fiction, nonfiction, poetry,
Story Elements. What do all stories have in common? How can we find story elements?
I Wanna Iguana Big Question: How do you know if a solution is a good solution?
A Train to Somewhere Genre: Historical Fiction Author’s Purpose: Inform, Express Skill: Sequence By: Eve Bunting Compiled by Terry Sams, PESTerry Sams.
Text Structures One Story-Five Ways. Okay, we know by now that when an author writes a passage or text, he or she chooses a text structure. That is the.
First Grade How can I help my child to become a better reader?
Big Question: How do friendships change? Author Author: Holly Keller Genre Genre: Animal Fantasy.
WordDay 1Day 2Day 3Day 4 knowledge plenty straying mumbled stunned merchant.
Fiction vs. Non Fiction Fiction Make believe Realistic fiction Characters are act like real people Talking animals People/Animals on different planets.
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