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Unit 6: Achievements Weekly Theme: Unusual Animals Selection 2: Title: Wilbur’s Boast Author: E.B. White. Genre: Fantasy – a story about invented characters who could not exist in real life Comprehension Strategy: Monitor Comprehension Comprehension Skill:

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Unit 6:Achievements Weekly Theme:Unusual AnimalsSelection 2:Title: Wilbur’s BoastAuthor: E.B. White


Genre:

Fantasy– a story about invented characters who could not exist in real life

Comprehension Strategy:

Monitor Comprehension

Comprehension Skill:

Plot Development: Make Judgments


Phonics:

Decode Prefixes re-, un-, dis-, pre-

Spelling Focus:

untied, repay, disagree, preheat, unafraid, return, preschool, dislike, disappear, resell, precook, prepay, unbeaten, reprint, unwrap

Review Words: nickel, handle, pickle

Challenge Words: unlucky, recover


Key Vocabulary:

conversation – a talk between two or more people

interrupted – broke in and stopped something

boasting – talking with too much pride

sway – to move from side to side

scrambled – moved or climbed quickly

seized – took hold of or grabbed

rebuild – to make again or repair


Vocabulary Skills:

Word Parts: Prefixes

**Word parts added to the beginning of base words. They change the meanings of base words.

Some common prefixes are dis-, pre-, re-, and un-.


Word Work:

Grammar Skills:

Adjectives That Compare

Adjectives can be used to compare two or more nouns.

Add –er to an adjective to compare two nouns.

Add –est to compare more than two nouns.

Examples: A pig is slower than a horse.

The horse is the fastest animal on the farm.


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