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Pushing Up the Sky By: Joseph BruchacGenre: Play Uses a cast of characters.
Words to know Antlers Imagined Narrator Overhead Poked Languages
More Words to Know Bumped – hit yourself against something hard Randomly – in no particular order
Antlers Bony, branching growths on the head of a male deer, elk, or moose
Imagined Made a picture or idea of something in your mind
Languages Human speech, spoken or written
Narrator The person who tells a story
Overhead Over the head; on high; above
Poked Pushed with force against someone or something
The on the moose were so big I couldn’t believe he could hold his head up!
The beach was much more beautiful than she in her mind.
There are many differentspoken around the world.
The told the story about the king and the queen.
The plane was so loud I couldn’t hear my friend talking.
She my arm so hard that I had a bruise the next day.
Let’s listen to our story!
Vocabulary A B C’s Let’s put our words in ABC order!Imagined Languages Antlers Narrator Overhead Poked Antlers Imagined Languages Narrator Overhead Poked
Spelling Words This week, our spelling words begin with a prefix. A prefix is added to the beginning of a word.
Unit 21 Body Language.
Skill: Author’s Purpose
Habits of the mind.
WHY SUN AND MOON LIVE IN THE SKY CHARACTERS NARRATOR MOON SUN WATER.
Unit 2: Following Characters Into Meaning
PUSHING UP THE SKY By Joseph Bruchac Illustrations by Stefano Vitale.
See it, know it, understand it, use it.. Point of view is the angle from which the story is told. To figure out point of view, first ask yourself,
PERSONAL NARRATIVE WRITING SHOW VS. TELL. Give your reader a picture with your words Rather than TELL your reader what someone or something looks like,
Big Question: How do people explain nature in order to understand it?
Identifying point of view. Identify the narrative point of view in a story.
Learning Styles What does it mean for me?.
…and why do you need to know? K-W-L Write paragraph about how you learn best. This can be school related, but it can also be about something you’ve.
Plays. DEFINITION a dramatic performance usually performed on a stage.
Unit 3 week 2 By Joseph Bruchac Illustrated by Teresa Flavin
Introduction to Poetry
Vocabulary Punctuation Study Guide. GLOSSARY: A glossary is a list of words and their meanings in alphabetical order.
In sleep he _______to me, In dreams he ______. That _______ which calls to me And speaks my _______. And do I _______ again? For now I _______ The Phantom.
VOCABULARY WORDS Quiz – Friday, Sep. 5, dishonest not being honest or fair Trisha was dishonest when she lied about taking the last cookie.
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