Bible and English Mrs. DesMarais. Lesson # 59 Genre: Fairy and Folk Tales more “ ing ”. In today ’ s lesson …. 1. I can read and make words with “ ing ” . 2. I can find compound words. 3. I can identify folk and fairy tales. 4. I can describe a root word.
Bible and EnglishMrs. DesMarais
Lesson # 59
Genre: Fairy and Folk Tales
1. I can read and make words with “ing”.
2. I can find compound words.
3. I can identify folk and fairy tales.
4. I can describe a root word.
5. I can spell words and define words correctly.
I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in me should stay in darkness.
1. For many words, just add “ing”to the end of the base word.
2. For words with a silent “e”, you must drop the final “e”.
3. For short vowel words, you must double the final consonant.
Words that only need “ing”
start+ ing = starting
pick+ ing = picking
eat+ ing = eating
sleep+ ing = sleeping
Words that drop the silent “e”
make mak + ing = making
bitebit+ ing = biting
Double the last consonant
If a short vowel is next to a consonant, you will double the consonant.
run + n + ing = running
stop + p + ing= stopping
let + t + ing = letting
hit + t + ing = hitting
Put two little words together to make one new word.
bird + house = birdhouse
sun + flower = sunflower
skate + board = skateboard
back + pack = backpack
Flash Card 58
“A bull in a china shop”
A person is in the
wrong place –
awkward or clumsy
in movement or behavior.
Told in many lands, over and over,
by the old to the young.
Beginning: “Long ago and far away…”
Characters: talking animals or things
Theme: often teach a lesson. Good
or smart wins over evil or stupid.
Actions, words repeat in a pattern.
Beginning: “Once upon a time…”
Setting: a faraway or imaginary land
Characters: kings, queens, princes, princesses, villians…
Middle: Usually has magic, wishes
Ending: “…Happily ever after.”
1. pattern- set of repeating features
2. repeat- to say or do again
3. country- nation or land
4. magic- a show of power
5. evil- bad or wrong on purpose
Read and hear folktales
Watch a fairy tale
A version is a different form of the same story. Most countries have a their own version of fairy tales.
Every culture in the world has
similarities and differences.
A Venn Diagram will help us
compare and contrast the versions.
2. in your folder of activities
It is important to know the difference between what is real and what is make-believe.
Realistic means something that could really happen.
Characters: real people
Setting: real places
People, animals, or objects do
things they cannot do in real life.
Takes place in a make-believe
setting with make-believe creatures.
Add “ing” to words
Spell “tch, dge, mp”
Fantasy and realism
Folk and fairy tales