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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 town day 4

Boom TownDay 4

Written by Sonia Levitin

Illustrated by John Sandford

Skill: Realism and Fantasy

Genre: Historical Fiction

Author’s Purpose:

question of the day
Question of the Day
  • How might things you sell help both you and your community?
did you invite pam to visit us
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?

decode longer words
Decode Longer Words

remote divide misplace

precede assume arose

behave revise ignite

conclude arrive advice

read the words in context
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.
fluency
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.
grammar day 4

GrammarDay 4

Objectives:

Define and identify sentences.

Distinguish between sentences and

fragments.

Use sentences in writing.

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The settlers bilt a school and stores

The settlers built a school and stores.

  • They gived all the streats names.

They gave all the streets names.

test tip
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.
spelling day 4

SpellingDay 4

Objective:

Spell VCCV words, which usually

have short vowel sounds.

make a sign
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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