SFA Monday. Vocabulary. Can you pronounce it Do know the definition Can you use it in a sentence. Title: So You Want to Be President? Reading Goal: Drawing conclusions Team Cooperation Goal: Complete tasks Genre : Expository Non-Fiction Author: Judith St. George.
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Title: So You Want to Be President? Reading Goal: Drawing conclusionsTeam Cooperation Goal: Complete tasksGenre: Expository Non-FictionAuthor: Judith St. George
My Mom told me not to run in flip flops but I did anyway.
When we guess what is going to happen, we are drawing a conclusion.
We draw conclusions based on clues.
To look at clues to figure out what is going on in the story.
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On her way home from school, Marcia saw a dog. The dog had no collar and looked dirty and hungry. She felt sorry for the dog and wondered if she could help it. As she got closer to the dog, she thought about maybe petting it and trying to take it home so her mother could call somebody about picking it up. When she got close to the dog, however, the hair on the dog’s back stood up. She could hear the dog growling very quietly in the back of its throat. Marcia knew that sometimes dogs were suspicious of strangers, and she thought for a second about trying to make friends with the dog by giving it some of the crackers she had in her backpack. But the dog showed her its teeth and barked loudly. It was not wagging its tail or making any sign that it wanted Marcia to come closer. Marcia decided she would tell her mother to call the dog catcher when she got home.
Pages TE p. 328
TE P. 365
Let’s preview the questions on page 93 of your treasure hunt.
Treasure hunt page 83
Discuss with your table first.
Treasure Hunt Page 73
Pg 72-74, paragraphs 1-6