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2 What is something that you are very good at doing? How did you become good at this? One thing that I am good at is___. I became good at ___ by ___. T60

3 WWhy would we read this poem again? For enjoyment or to practice fluency II want you to Echo-Read this poem as I read it. RRemember, listen to my voice and try to sound like me as you echo-read the poem. T61

4 Be a Friend of Mine Could you, Would you, Be a friend of mine? I’d like for us To find a way To be good friends On this sunny day. We’d share some fun And games and such. Would that be too much? Yes, you could, I think you should, Be a friend of mine.

5 *Remember When one vowel is closed by two consonants, such as in the word pat, the sound is often a short vowel sound. Please read these words aloud. pat run man bad cupsat hum letget T62

6 Now let’s try some longer words! These words have two parts, or syllables. Each syllable has a vowel sound. Find the CVC pattern first and then say the rest of the word. For example: picnic The CVC pattern is pic and the second syllable is nic. The word is pic/nic (picnic)

7 Now let’s try some nonsense words! catpin migten podlum fandot setbim humpag

8 cat/pin mig/ten pod/lum fan/dot set/bim hum/pag You did it! Great Job!

9 I’m going to read part of “Ruby the Copycat” aloud. I’m going to read very carefully so I don’t make any mistakes. Sometimes reading a little slower will help me be more accurate. If I read a word wrong, I’ll reread it correctly right away. I will also pat attention to the end marks in the story so I know when to pause. TURN TO PAGE 23! t64

10  Now I want you Echo-Read page 23 with me!

11  Remember you often learn about a character by looking at the pictures and paying attention to what the character does. You can also get clues about what a character is like by reading what the character says or thinks. T65

12  Look on page 22. This is the first time Ruby enters her new classroom. What does the illustration show you about how Ruby might be feeling? She looks shy and a little nervous  Look on page 37 How does Ruby feel about hopping? How can you tell? She enjoys it. The text says that she hops in many different ways; the pictures show her smiling and looking very happy.

13  Also known as, ABC order!  One way to organize words is to put them in ABC order, or the order of letters in the alphabet. The words in the dictionary appear in ABC order so that it is easier for us to find them!  Other items that are in ABC order: Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, and Phone book t66-67

14  Tell me your ABCs.  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q U R S T U V W X Y and Z!  It’s a good idea to think about whether the word you are going to look up is in the beginning, middle, or the end of the alphabet so you can look at the beginning, middle, or end of the book. T66


16  Where would I find the word zoo?: beginning, middle, or end  Where would I find the word lane?: beginning, middle, or end Which word would come first great or blue? Which word would come after blue?: Aim or Can?

17  Using the second letter! When you want to look up several entries that all have the same first letter, you have to look at the second letter in each word. Get out your notebook and write these words down. Underline the second letter in each word and then tell me if you would find it in the beginning, middle, or end of the encyclopedia. SnailSkunk Shark ScorpionSnake

18  Where do these words go? Pleasant Coincidence Modeled Loyal Gushed Recited What about these words? You might even have to take a look at the third letter! Tortoise Turtle Tiger Toad T67

19 IIt is nonfiction because it presents facts and information about things that are real! TTurn to page 42!! LLets read these pages! T68/69

20  What does mock mean? Why do you think the mockingbird has that name? To copy; Because it can “mock” or imitate, other creatures.  What is the main idea of The Singing Marvel? The mockingbird can copy any sound.  How can you tell “The singing Marvel” is nonfiction? It has factual information about mockingbirds. T68 and T69

21  Turn to page 44!  Read number 1, 2, and 3.  What connections can we make?  Text-Text, Text-Self, or Text-World T70

22  Trudged: Would a person have trudged through long grass? If you ran quickly, would you have trudged?  Gushed: If someone gushed during a speech, what might their speech have been about? What might cause a parent to gush?  Coincidence: Would it be a coincidence if two people in your family had the same last name? Would it be a coincidence if you and your best friend had the same birthday? T72-73

23  Pleasant: Would a bully be a pleasant person to be around? What kind of person would be pleasant?  Modeled: What could be modeled, a new coat or a new car? Have you ever modeled a new outfit?  Murmured: Would an important announcement be murmured? Would a secret be murmured? T72-73

24  Loyal: Would a loyal friend be someone you could trust? How would a loyal friend behave?  Recited: What is recited every day at school? What else might a student recite?  Frustrated: Why can waiting sometimes make you frustrated? What might make you feel frustrated, drawing a picture or running in a race?  Imitated: If you wore new blue shoes and next day your friend had new blue shoes, would you think he or she had imitated you? When would you be pleased to have someone imitate you? T72-73

25  Correct these sentences in your language section!  5. do you know his name.  6. many points did she score.  7. the writer spoke to the whole class T74-75 D Did she score many points ? ^ ? T.

26 Did Ruby raise her hand? Casey plays sports. The first is a question because it asks something and ends with a question mark. The second sentence is a statement because it tells something.

27  You can often change a statement to a question.  These are great question words to memorize! Who, What, When, How, Where, Can, Do, and Why. Lets revise the this sentence into a question. Casey plays sports. What sports does Casey play? Does Casey play sports? T74-75

28  Complete this questions in your notebook now!  __ sits next to you?__ are you?  __ time is it?__ is the test?  __ I try?__ are you smiling?  __ you be there? __ you do your homework? T 74

29 Who sits next to you? Where/how are you? What time is it? When/Where is the test? Can I try? Why are you smiling? Can/Will you be there? Did/Can you do your homework? T74-75

30 RRemember a descriptive paragraph uses words that help readers see, hear, feel, smell, and sometimes taste what is happening. It also includes plenty of details. TTurn to page 23! Let’s look at this descriptive writing. T75

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