Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byMoses Lyons Modified over 7 years ago
Wrap Up Your Week Protecting Loved Ones Parents maternalreactioninstinctiveSiblings Older brother interveneimperativeDogssavedheroshieldingcourageousFriendstrustloyaltycaringWorkerscoordinatingfocushumanitarianrescue
Wrap Up Your Week What draws us to people and things around us and makes us care? Finish the sentence: This week I learned… 10 minutes
Wrap Up Your Week Setting: what are some clues to the setting in Old Yeller? Plot: What is the conflict in Old Yeller? What is the climax in Old Yeller What is the resolution in Old Yeller? 10 minutes
Wrap Up Your Week Synonyms: Make a list of synonyms for lunging. Spelling Review: The ending –ed changes a verb from the present to the past tense. The ending –ing makes a verb show action that is going on now. How do you know when to change the base spelling word and when not to? 10 minutes
Wrap Up Your Week Point of View: Old Yeller is told from __________ point of view. Who is Travis? How does the point of view help tell a story? How would Old Yeller be different if told from a different point of view? Write a paragraph explaining your answer. 10 minutes
Wrap Up Your Week Fluency Assessment: Read A Night in the Desert. Then answer the following questions. 1.Why is Maggie concerned about spending the night up in the hills? 2.What is the setting of the selection? 3. How does the setting influence what the characters do and the development of the plot? 20 minutes When you finish your questions, hand them in and begin working on the final draft of your inquiry project. Be sure to use blue or black ink.
Wrap Up Your Week Time for your Spelling Test! Take out a piece of paper and put your heading on it. 15 minutes
Wrap Up Your Week Kinds of Sentences: What kinds of sentences are these? What punctuation do they need? 1.Where are you going 2. Bring me the leash 3. Well, I hushed then 4.And worst of all, I could see that I’d never get there in time 5. Come away from there, Travis 5 minutes
Wrap Up Your Week Take out your personal narrative piece. Yesterday, you revised it (remodeled the piece). Today, you’ll edit it (clean it). Watch for: Spelling errors Capitalization problems Punctuation Grammar You also need to have all four kinds of sentences. Check your piece now to make sure you have them. 10 minutes
Wrap Up Your Week Final Draft: You’ll be making a final draft of your piece. Be sure to use blue or black ink and include your corrections and revisions. When you hand it in, include everything – notes, outline, rough draft, revisions, etc. 20 minutes
© 2023 SlidePlayer.com Inc.
All rights reserved.