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Spelling Words 1. join 2. boil 3. joy 4. soil 5. noise 6. boy 7. voice 8. point 9. toy 10. coin 11. destroy 12. avoid 13. annoy 14. loyal 15. enjoy
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As we read: What type of genre is the story? What is the main idea of the story? Can you find all the story elements in this story? Characters Setting Plot Problem Solution
Unit 4 Part 2 Phonics ‘oi’ ‘oy’. Rooms of the House Bathroom Bedroom Kitchen Living Room Garage Garden.
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I SPY! Linda Adams. Can you spy the main idea? The main idea, The main idea. Can you spy the main idea? The main idea of the story?
Phoneme Detectives Case: Find alternative spellings for the /oy/ sound. Start by spotting the /oy/ sounds in the text on the next page?
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Name _____________________________________________________________________ Spelling Contract Week of ________________ Complete four out of the five activities.
This week’s spelling words -oi- (voice) -oy- (joy)
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DIPHTHONGS What are diphthongs?. A combination of two vowel sounds. Sounds which consist of a movement or glide from one vowel to another.
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Unit 3 Creative Expression 1. Creative expression = you putting forth your personal ideas and opinions in a creative manner Types of creative expression-
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Spiral Review. The letters oi and oy in words may stand for the /oi/ sound. The letter y in words may stand for the /e/ or the /i/ sound.
Genre Report Realistic Fiction By JohnnyJohnny What is realistic fiction? My favorite books and authors in this genre? Interesting Fact Quiz Me! Why I.
Literature What is it?. ELEMENTS OF LITERATURE Written works having excellence in: Form Expression Ideas Widespread and Lasting Interest.
PICTURE PROMPTS. You will be provided with a picture of the setting, character, and plot for your story or essay. You should generate a list of interesting.
A narrative is a story Narrative is a type of movie A narrative is a way of structuring fictional or fictionalized stories presented in narrative films.
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UNIT 2 PERSONAL EXPRESSION English for Self Expression Sem 1 15/16.
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PHONICS OI - OY. FOIL I don´t have foil. This foil is new. I always use this foil. You never use foil in the microwave. She sometimes uses.
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Given Connections Solution
Choose TWO of the following three questions to demonstrate your understanding of the stories we have studied. (If you do all three questions, only.
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