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Boom Town Day 4. Written by Sonia Levitin Illustrated by John Sandford Skill: Realism and Fantasy Genre: Historical Fiction Author’s Purpose:. Question of the Day. How might things you sell help both you and your community?. Did you invite Pam to visit us?.

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Boom TownDay 4

Written by Sonia Levitin

Illustrated by John Sandford

Skill: Realism and Fantasy

Genre: Historical Fiction

Author’s Purpose:


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Question of the Day

  • How might things you sell help both you and your community?


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Did you invite Pam to visit us?

  • We studied vowel sounds in syllables that end with silent e.

  • Read this sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which word has a long vowel sound.

  • What long vowel sound do you hear in the second syllable?

  • How do you know that i stands for its long sound?

Do you want to sit beside Ken?


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Decode Longer Words

remote divide misplace

precede assume arose

behave revise ignite

conclude arrive advice


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Read the words in context

  • Our grandpa gives us good advice.

  • Austin rewrote his story in his best writing.

  • I dislike some vegetables.

  • Jacob's nickname is Jake.

  • Read the sentence. Use the underlined word in a new sentence.



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Fluency

  • Listen as I read aloud p. 21.

  • Notice how I identify and read every word correctly without omitting any words.

  • Let’s practice as a class by doing three choral readings.


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GrammarDay 4

Objectives:

Define and identify sentences.

Distinguish between sentences and

fragments.

Use sentences in writing.


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Test Tip

  • Watch out for fragments that have an -ing word.

    Sentences:

  • The boys are going to the game.

  • The band is marching in the parade.

    Fragments:

  • Going to the game.

  • The band marching in the parade.


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SpellingDay 4

Objective:

Spell VCCV words, which usually

have short vowel sounds.


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Make a Sign

  • Create a word search using our spelling words!

    Spelling StrategyProblem Parts

  • A word with a short vowel sound in the first syllable can often supply a clue that two consonants follow the short vowel. Have students pay attention to the first vowel sound to help spell words.



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