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The Last Dragon!. By: Susan Miho Nunes Problem Solvers Theme 4, Selection 3, Day 1 Taught By: Mr. Williams. Drawing Conclusions. The Frog. Decoding Prefixes: pre-, com-, & con-. B efore. With. With. characters. crest. fierce. homage. scales. teeming. Key Chinatown Vocabulary.

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The Last Dragon!

By: Susan Miho Nunes

Problem Solvers

Theme 4, Selection 3, Day 1

Taught By: Mr. Williams




Decoding Prefixes: pre-, com-, & con-

  • Before

  • With

  • With








Key Chinatown Vocabulary

  • autumn

    • The season after summer

  • draft

    • A flow of air

  • etched

    • Made a design by cutting lines

  • frost

    • Very thin covering of ice

  • mercury

    • Silvery, toxic, white metal used in thermometers

  • peculiar

    • Unusual, strange, odd, or bizarre

  • thermometer

    • An instrument that measures temperature

  • timid

    • Easily frightened, shy


Heat Wave

  • Brace Map

  • While reading the story use practice book p. 39 to chart the various conclusions you make throughout the story and the details you use to find them. Make sure to write in complete sentences.

  • While you are reading begin thinking about other possible conclusions readers might draw from these details.

  • When you finish, use the information you have charted to create a Brace Map on a clean sheet of paper.

  • When finished go back and reread this week’s selection in order to improve reading fluency.


The Last Dragon!

By: Susan Miho Nunes

Problem Solvers

Theme 4, Selection 3, Day 2

Taught By: Mr. Williams








Key Chinatown Vocabulary

  • autumn

    • The season after summer

  • draft

    • A flow of air

  • etched

    • Made a design by cutting lines

  • frost

    • Very thin covering of ice

  • mercury

    • Silvery, toxic, white metal used in thermometers

  • peculiar

    • Unusual, strange, odd, or bizarre

  • thermometer

    • An instrument that measures temperature

  • timid

    • Easily frightened, shy


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