Last Summer with Maizon. Spelling - ed or – ing Endings map fit begin pilot mapped fitting beginning piloting Rule- double the final consonant before adding – ed or – ing when a 1 syllable word ends with one vowel and one consonant Pilot piloting
Spelling -ed or –ing Endings
map fit begin pilot
mapped fitting beginning piloting
Rule- double the final consonant before adding –ed
or –ing when a 1 syllable word ends with one vowel and one consonant
Rule- when a two syllable word ends with a stressed syllable (begin) the final consonant is doubled before adding –ed or –ing (no change to pilot)
Practice Book Page 220 for Homework
How do you evaluate a piece of literature?
How do you make inferences in order to understand things that the author does not state directly?
Inferencing- details from story + personal experiences
Teacher Read Aloud
“The Very Last First” by Jan Andrews
How does Eva seem to feel about going under the ice? How do you know
Why does Eva cut a hole about 2 feet square in the ice?
Why would Eva be sad at having completed her first trip under the ice
You just listened to a story about a young girl that went mussel diving for the very first time.
Writing Prompt- Think of something that you were excited about doing for the first time. Write 2-3 paragraphs detailing what you did for the first time. Write with expression.
Vocabulary- define each term in you Language Arts journal
daydreaming- thinking in a dreamy way, often about things one wishes would come true.
Desolate- having few or no inhabitants; deserted
Express- to put into words; to communicate
Previous- occurring before something else in time or order.
Relieve- to aid;to help
Stoop- a small porch or staircase leading to the entrance of a house or building
Building Background-Life in the City
Introduce Evaluating pg 276-277
Read Pages 278-284
Comprehension #1-6 in class.
Read Pages 285-291
Comp Questions #7-12
HW: PB #216