Lesson 8. Day 1. Words with VCCV: Different Medial Consonants. Discuss the meanings of the words. Being able to divide words into syllables can help you hear consonant and vowel sounds, which can help you spell words correctly. Listening Comprehension. Genre – expository g ives facts
According to the author, what part of the body does a computer act like? Why does the author make this comparison?
The human brain because both the brain and computers process information.
In what ways did ENIAC need improvement?
It was big, weighed a lot, and needed a huge amount of energy.
How did silicon chips transform computers into the devices we know today?
Silicon chips made it possible for computers to be much smaller than they had been before.
You may have to stop to summarize after every paragraph, at the end of each page, or at the end of a section of text, depending on how difficult the text is.
You can summarize text in your heads or jot down you summary on a sheet of paper to help you understand what you read.
Little Red decided to make chicken soup for Granny.
Little Red’s mother took her shopping and dropped her at the bus shop.
Which would you find slick – a robot that does homework or a new kind of pizza? Why?
Which job would require you to be nimble – a ballet dancer or a computer programmer? Why?
How impressed would you be if your best friend won a race against someone in the eighth grade?
What would you prefer to cease – loud music early in the morning or your favorite television show? Why?
What animals do you know of that once lived on Earth but do not exist anymore?
Which animal would you call fierce – a lion or a snail? Why?
“Three Little Cyberpigs”
“The Three Little Pigs Revisited”
Pigs run from wolf.
Wolf chases pigs.