3Genre: Realistic Fiction Realistic characters and events come to life in a fictional plot.
4Selection SummaryPeter is unhappy to spend a summer in Chinatown with Great Aunt-until he finds and decides to fix up a New Year’s dragon. Enlisting the aid of neighbors and shopkeepers, Peter makes many friends and brings the tattered dragon back to its former glory.
24SummarizePeter finds a new challenge when he discovers a dusty dragon costume. As you read, stop and summarize the steps he uses to solve his problem.
25Many different conclusions can be drawn from the same detail! Drawing ConclusionsWe are Active Readers!Active Readers “read between the lines” and draw conclusions about characters and events based on story details.Many different conclusions can be drawn from the same detail!
26Final /j/ and /s/ village 10. carriage 19. cabbage cottage 11. glance 20. dodgebridge 12. ridgefence 13. manage Challenge Wordsstrange 14. damage 21. fleecechance 15. since 22. fragrancetwice 16. marriage 23. homagecage 17. edge 24. fringechange 18. lodge 25. excellence
27AdjectivesAn adjective is a word that describes a noun. Adjectives can tell what kind or how many.The words a, an, and the are special adjectives called articles.Use a before a word that begins with a consonant sound.Use an before a word that begins with a vowel sound.The articles a and an refer to any person, place, or thing. The article the refers to a particular person, place, or thing.