2My Dog Ate My HomeworkI am going to read aloud a story about a boy who has many adventures while trying to get back his lost homework.Have you ever heard the excuse “the dog ate my homework” (usually it is a made-up excuse, but in this story it turns out to be true)
3Comprehension How does the boy first lose his homework? Who is the first person to help the boy?What happens after the boy rows out to the boat?Why does each person help the boy when he asks for help?
4Journal Activity:What might you find in a lost and found?
5Reading, writing, listening, & speaking! It’s time for . . .These are words . . .We use them for . . .Vocabularywe want to knowReading, writing, listening, & speaking!
6Vocabularydirections: lines or paths along which someone or something goes, lies, or points.
12I can summarize the important parts in my own words. Take a look at the pictures of this story and make predictions about what will happen to help you understand.
13Sequence of EventsSequence of events is the order in which story events take place.Paying attention to the sequence of events helps a reader understand a story.Key words: then, first, and next
14Event MapPB pg. 48Pages 94-95Wendell and Floyd are at the principal’s office. Then Mona enters and saysMona leans so far into the bin that only her feet are showing.A moment later,The boysThe children see a sign to the Hat Room, so they follow apassageway toThe children come to a hallway lined with doors. Finally, Mona opensone last door and findsshe wants to look in the Lost and Found for her lucky hat.Pages 96she disappears.Pages 98-99climb into the Lost and Found bin to find Mona.Pages 102a cave, a lake, a suit of armor, and a boat.Pagesthe Hat Room.
15Parts of a Dictionary TE pg. 121 G Pronunciation symbolsEntry words in alphabetical orderOther sections of a dictionaryOther forms of the entry wordMost common definition
23Sequence of EventsSequence of events is the order in which story events take place.Paying attention to the sequence of events helps a reader understand a story.Key words: then, first, and next
24Sequence of EventsPut these events in order. (Use page for help)Mona reaches into her purse for a tissue.Wendell’s tassel tickles his nose.Mona finds her lucky hat.The boys start trying on hats.Wendell picks a burgundy fez as his lucky hat.
26Inflected Endings-ed and –ing are endings that can be added to base words.They usually appear at the end of verbs (action words).The –ed ending usually means the action happened in the past.The –ing ending usually means the action is happening in the present.When a base word ends with a vowel and a consonant , double the consonant.flip=flipped=flipping
27Base WordUsing your white board write the words circling the base words.entered glancedchanging popped