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By: Betsy and Giulo Maestro Genre: Narrative Nonfiction Skill: Main Idea Authors Purpose: Inform The Story of the Statue of Liberty
Main Idea The main idea is the most important idea in a story. The small pieces of information that tell about the main idea are the supporting details.
Say It! crown liberty models symbol tablet torch unforgettable unveiled
More Words to Know pedestal riveted sculptor
unforgettable not to be forgotten
torch fiery light
tablet flat surface for writing
crown royal head covering
models small copies
symbol an object that stands for something else
The queen wore a crown on her head.
My little brother likes to put together model cars.
The artist unveiled her newest painting at the art show.
The Statue of Liberty holds a torch in her hand.
The reporter wrote down the story on the writing tablet.
Our flag stands for liberty.
That party was unforgettable.
What symbol stands for a city on the map key?
Lets review our words. Watch carefully because they will flash on the screen for just a moment. We will clap as we spell the word.
Review Questions p.
Skill: Author’s Purpose
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Retold by: Tololwa M. Mollel
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Genre: Realistic Fiction Skill: Author’s Purpose
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Genre: Realistic Fiction Skill: Draw Conclusions
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