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Ms. Kidwell English 6. Lesson #16: prefix/suffix Fables , Writing Process: Rough Draft. Prefixes &. Suffixes. Warm Up :. Prebooked Write the prefix and suffix Write the root word Write the definition using the root Use the word in a sentence Make a new word with the root. pre book ed.

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Ms. KidwellEnglish 6

Lesson #16: prefix/suffix

Fables, Writing Process: Rough Draft


Prefixes &

Suffixes


Warm Up:

Prebooked

  • Write the prefix and suffix

  • Write the root word

  • Write the definition using the root

  • Use the word in a sentence

  • Make a new word with the root


prebooked

  • pre- and –ed suffix

  • book

  • To put on the books before

  • The travel agent prebooked the airline tickets to get a lower price.

  • Books, booking, booked


Grammar

and Parts of Speech


Adjectives describe:

Which one

(that, this)


Adjectives describe:

How many

(ten, three)


Adjectives describe:

What kind

(old, young, tall, short)


1. Adjective choices: wet, green, floppy, many

The dog had a ___ nose and _____ ears.

2. Adjective choices: tall, cold, dry, yellow

The sunflowers in my backyard are ___ and ______.

3. Adjective choices: five, delicious, shiny, busy

I found a ____ quarter lying outside on the __ sidewalk!


4. Adjective choices: blue, striped, sharp, frozen

The ______ tiger had _______ teeth.

5. Adjective choices: dull, salty, hot, cheesy

We all ate the _____, ______ pizza.

7. (healthy, beautiful, toasty, many)

The refrigerator was packed with_____ _____ foods.


1. Adjective choices: wet, green, floppy, many

The dog had a wet nose and floppy ears.

2. Adjective choices: tall, cold, dry, yellow

The sunflowers in my backyard are tall and yellow.

3. Adjective choices: five, delicious, shiny, busy

I found a shinny quarter lying outside on the busy sidewalk!


4. Adjective choices: blue, striped, sharp, frozen

The stripped tiger had sharpteeth.

5. Adjective choices: dull, salty, hot, cheesy

We all ate the hot, cheesy pizza.

7. (healthy, beautiful, toasty, many)

The refrigerator was packed with manyhealthy foods.


Let’s Write


Review the writing process:

1. Prewrite (make a plan for your paper)2. Rough Draft (put your thoughts in paragraphs)3. Revision (make improvements to your paper)4. Proofread (fix your mistakes in spelling, punctuation, etc..)


This week’s rough draft

You are going to write your own fable. Remember a fable is a story with animal characters that teaches a moral.


This week’s rough draft

You will need to take your prewrite as a guide for your paper. The story should go with your moral.


This week’s rough draft

As you write, think of the many examples of fables we’ve read and how they lead to the moral at the end.


This week’s rough draft

Use your creativity and originality to create your story. It should have at least 10 sentences.


STORY TIME


Remember:

Fables are stories that usually have animal characters and teach a moral or lesson at the end of the story.

Aesop was a Greek slave who wrote many fables.


The Fawn and His Mother

A YOUNG FAWN once said to his

Mother, "You are larger than a

dog, and swifter, and more used

to running, and you have your

horns as a defense; why, then, O

Mother! do the hounds frighten

you so?"


She smiled, and said: "I know full

Well, my son, that all you say is

true. I have the advantages you

mention, but when I hear even

the bark of a single dog I feel

ready to faint, and fly away as

fast as I can."


Moral:

No arguments will give courage to the coward


In other words, if you do not have a brave heart, words alone cannot give you courage.


The Fox and the Crow

A CROW having stolen a bit of meat, perched in a tree and held it in her beak. A Fox, seeing this, longed to possess the meat himself, and by a wily stratagem succeeded.


"How handsome is the Crow," he exclaimed, in the beauty of her shape and in the fairness of her complexion! Oh, if her voice were only equal to her beauty, she would deservedly be considered the Queen of Birds!"


This he said deceitfully; but the Crow, anxious to refute the reflection cast upon her voice, set up a loud caw and dropped the flesh. The Fox quickly picked it up, and thus addressed the Crow: "My good Crow, your voice is right enough, but your wit is wanting."


Moral:

Flatters are not to be trusted.


In other words, a person who has too many nice things to say may have secret reasons for saying them


Fill in the chart with 3 traits for each character


How are these stories alike and different?


Answer these questions on the fables?

Which fable did you like best? Why?

Your answer is an opinion, so there are many right answers.


Thank you and I’ll see you next time.


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