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Snowman at Night By Caralyn Buehner
A:B: mitten lay on his face carrot lay on the ground and his buttons had fallen. The Snowman looked a fright because his… C:D: scarf blew in the wind.arms drooped down and his hat had slipped.
D: His hat had slipped and his arms drooped down
A:B: over the bridge.to the store. Where did the snowman go after sliding down the hill? C:D: behind the school.into the park.
D: Into the park
A:B: name tagscups of ice-cold cocoa What did the snowman mothers make for the snowman C:D: hats and mittensplates of star shaped cookies
B: cups of ice-cold cocoa
A:B: lost their charcoal eyes. started melting from the cocoa. The snowmen bumped into each other and fell down after they… C:D: acted like clowns.slid too fast.
C: acted like clowns
A:B: sleddingskating What was the biggest thrill of all for the snowmen? C:D: skiingsnowmobiling
A:B: happyangry What was the overall mood of the story? C:D: sadnone of the above
A:B: gratefulupset They line up in their places, each one anxious for his turn in the snowman races. What does the term Anxious mean in this sentence? C:D: nervousscared
A:B: to inform youto persuade you to do something What is the authors purpose for writing this story? C:D: to entertain youto express an idea or feeling
C: to entertain
A:B: footballbaseball What type of game did the snowmen play? C:D: hockeysoccer
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If you look outside and see it snowing.. ….. Then youre going to want to go outside…
How to Build a Snowman.
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Author’s Purpose Practice
Making Inferences. How does she feel? How do you know?
Why does an author write a story?
Guess the Covered Word Developed by: Joanne Whitley.
Author’s Purpose and Point of View. What are our learning goals? To understand and identify the different purposes of texts. To distinguish between non-fiction.
Author’s Purpose and Point of View
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Picture Sentences Look at the picture. Choose the correct sentence.
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Run-on Sentences. Students will: Identify, correct, and punctuate run-on sentences. Proofread for run-on sentences.
Author’s Purpose Author – person who wrote the story Purpose – the reason the author wrote the story.
Unit 3 week 2 By Joseph Bruchac Illustrated by Teresa Flavin
AFFIX AFFIX: one or more letters attached to a word to create a different form of the word ex: preview, colorful PREFIX PREFIX: a group of letters (affix)
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