Presentation on theme: "C A Date: _______I can find examples on pages: 123 Objective: I will be able to distinguish between fact and opinion. Key Words: Fact, Opinion Notes/examples:"— Presentation transcript:
C A Date: _______I can find examples on pages: 123 Objective: I will be able to distinguish between fact and opinion. Key Words: Fact, Opinion Notes/examples: Distinguishing between facts & opinions can help you better understand the important ideas in a text. FACT = a statement that can be proved to be true OPINION = a statement that tells a thought, feeling, or belief. LET’S TRY IT!
Target Strategy – Read the first three paragraphs on page 128. Which pieces of information might be included in a summary of Christopher’s interest in art? BELL RINGER: Reading & Responding
Target Skill: Fact & Opinion – Walter thinks that Christopher’s mother encouraged his drawing talent. Fact or Opinion? – Christopher has illustrated several of his father’s books. Fact or Opinion? BELL RINGER: Reading & Responding
C A Date: _______I can find examples on pages: 138-139 Objective: I will be able to identify & correctly use singular and plural nouns. Key Words: Singular/plural Notes/examples: SINGULAR NOUNS = name one person, place, thing, or idea PLURAL NOUNS = name MORE than one person, place, thing, or idea
PLURAL NOUNS Most plural nouns are formed by adding s or es ADD –es to singular nouns ending in s, ss, x, ch, or sh Add –ies to singular nouns ending with a consonant + y (drop the y, add ies) Add s for nouns ending with a vowel + y Irregular nouns don’t follow these rules (ex: feet, children, people, maze, etc.)