Presentation on theme: "What makes you unique? What makes you unique, or different from everyone else? Name at least three things that make you special. Tell why these things."— Presentation transcript:
What makes you unique? What makes you unique, or different from everyone else? Name at least three things that make you special. Tell why these things are important
What is the purpose for reading a story again? For enjoyment or to practice reading As I read this story aloud, listen to how I pause slightly at the ends of sentences.
Turtle was swimming along among the lily pads. It was right in the middle of the pond, where the sun was warm and everything was peaceful. Suddenly something bumped into him and water splashed up into his face. “Who is that?” he called out in his little voice. “It’s just me. I’m Ellie,” came the reply. “If you’d look behind you, you’d see that I’m an elephant.” Turtle wasn’t used to finding other creatures in the pond. The truth was, it was quite a lonely pond for him. He just hadn’t really thought about how lonely he was until he heard the elephant speak to him. “Yes,” he finally said, “I can see that you are an elephant. And I’m a turtle. I swim a lot, but sometimes I sit on the rocks to warm up.”
“Well,” said Ellie, “maybe we could be friends. I visit this pond sometimes to keep cool. It’s awfully lonely here, don’t you think? Soon, Turtle and Ellie were the best of friends, swimming and playing together whenever they could. This just goes to show that, sometimes, new friends can make quite a splash.
Consonant-vowel-consonant or CVC pattern often have a short vowel sound. Read these words after I read them. yetcab run pit not
Now look closely at these words: mitten plastic traffic What Pattern do those words have VCCV mit/tenplas/tic traf/fic vc/cv vc/cv vc/cv
What are characters? What is a setting? Characters are the people and animals in a story; setting is where a story takes place
Listen for the characters and setting as I read aloud First Day Jitters Who are the characters in this story? Sarah Mr. Hartwell, Mrs. Burton What is the setting? Sarah’s house, a school How does Sarah feel about going to a new school? She is afraid/nervous How do you know this? She pulls the covers over her head, she does not want to get out of bed, and she can’t breathe.
Who is Mr. Hartwell? Sarah’s Husband What is Mr. Hartwell like? He is nice How do you know that Mr. Hartwell is nice? He helps Sarah go to school. T91
Use a different word and make a web like this: Frustrated losing Loud noises Being last in line Not being called on T92
Why might your brother have gushed after running a race? What might make someone running frustrated? Is a person who trudged when they walked likely to imitated? Why or Why not?
Would a bully be a pleasant person to be around? Why or why not? Which is a coincidence, wearing the same shoes as someone in your family or having the same last name? Which is recited, the Pledge of Allegiance or a thought inside your head? Would a loyal friend be someone you could trust? Why Which would be modeled, a new hat or a new book?
Should an important announcement be murmured? Why or why not? Would a student with a heavy backpack have trudged home or run home? Why? If someone gushed during a speech, what can you tell about the subject and the person’s feelings? Would you feel frustrated if you missed the school bus? Why or why not? When would you be happy to be imitated?
Correct these sentences in your language section! 1. ruby and Angela are friends 2. did Ruby copy Angela.
Correct these sentences in your language section! 1. Ruby and Angela are friends. 2. Did Ruby copy Angela?
A sentence is a group of words that tells a complete thought. Every sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with an end mark. A sentence uses a word order that makes sense. A statement tells something. It begins with a capital letter and ends with a period. A question asks something. It begins with a capital letter and ends with a question mark.
I want to make these words a statement, but they are in the wrong order. Please put them in the correct order. Ruby wanted a friend to have Ruby wanted to have a friend.
I want to make these words into a question, but they are in the wrong order. Please put them in the correct order. Did try she too hard Did she try too hard?
Get with a partner and take turns writing statements and questions. Then we will share our statements and questions with our class. T94
Correctly written sentences will help readers understand and appreciate their writing. Check each sentence! Make sure your words make sense! Make sure your sentences begin with a capital letter and ends with the correct end mark. When you are finished proofreading your paragraphs then we will share them. T95