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Theme 5: Discoveries Weekly Theme: In the Garden Selection 4: Title: The Ugly Vegetables Author: Grace Lin . Genre: Realistic Fiction – a made up story that could happen in real life Comprehension Strategy: Summarize Comprehension Skill: Retell Events in Order. Phonics:

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Theme 5:DiscoveriesWeekly Theme:In the GardenSelection 4:Title: The Ugly VegetablesAuthor: Grace Lin


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Genre:

Realistic Fiction – a made up story that could happen in real life

Comprehension Strategy:

Summarize

Comprehension Skill:

Retell Events in Order


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Phonics:

Silent Letters

Spelling Focus:

Silent Letters

knee knife knot gnaw sign

wrist wren thumb lamb debt

HF Words: certain, field, hundred


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Key Vocabulary:

blooming–flowering, growing

prickly – covered with sharp points or thorns

muscles– tissues that move parts of the body

aroma – a pleasant smell

scent– a nice smell

trade – an exchange of one thing for another


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Vocabulary Skills:

Homophones

**Homophones are words that sound the same but have different meanings and are spelled differently.**


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Grammar Skills: Subject Verb Agreement

If the pronouns he, she, and it are in the subject part of a sentence, add –s to most verbs to from the present tense.

She weeds the garden.


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