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Whole Group Instruction. Week 2 Day 3. Questions to Think About. What parts of a folktale are similar in many cultures? How do storytellers help people achieve common ground?. Context Clues. Vocabulary strategies can help you determine unfamiliar words

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Whole group instruction

Whole Group Instruction

Week 2 Day 3


Questions to think about

Questions to Think About

  • What parts of a folktale are similar in many cultures?

  • How do storytellers help people achieve common ground?


Context clues

Context Clues

  • Vocabulary strategies can help you determine unfamiliar words

  • What vocabulary strategy did we cover last week?

  • Context clues will help you understand unfamiliar words


Using context clues

Using Context Clues

  • They looked pitiful! Their uniforms were torn and their boots were full of holes.

  • People of many cultures tell some version of this tale. The settings and characters differ a bit, but the story is very similar.

  • What clues help you figure out the meaning of version?


Determining author s purpose

Determining Author’s Purpose

  • An author writes to persuade, to inform, to entertain, or to express ideas or feelings.

  • An author has a main purpose but they also may have a secondary purpose.


Practice

Practice

  • I love reading folktales, legends, and myths.

  • Some folktales have a trickster who fools other characters in the story.

  • You should read this folktale about why the owl never sleeps at night.

  • Authors usually do not express their purpose for writing.

  • How would an author show their purpose for writing?


Text features

Text Features


Noun suffixes

Noun Suffixes

  • Some suffixes indicate that a word is a noun.

  • These suffixes may be added to a word to make it a noun or added to an existing noun to change that word’s meaning.


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