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Day 4 Genre: Fable Vocabulary Strategy: Word Structure Comprehension Skill: Sequence Comprehension Strategy: Summarize. Question of the day:. What is the difference between what we need and what we want? . If you expect success, you will get it. .

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Day 4

Genre: Fable

Vocabulary Strategy: Word Structure

Comprehension Skill: Sequence

Comprehension Strategy: Summarize

question of the day
Question of the day:

What is the difference between what we need and what we want?

if you expect success you will get it
If you expect success, you will get it.
  • We studied short vowel sounds in VC/CV words.
  • Read this sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which words havethe VC/CV pattern.
  • Divide each word into syllables.
  • Do the vowels in the first syllables stand for long or short sounds?
their mission was to take supplies to the space station
Their mission was to take supplies to the space station.
  • We studied short vowel sounds in VC/CV words.
  • Read this sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which words havethe VC/CV pattern.
  • Divide each word into syllables.
  • Do the vowels in the first syllables stand for long or short sounds?
let s read these words
Let’s read these words!

challenge number picnic mellow lesson basket sudden shallow signal written plenty shudder

let s read these sentences
Let’s read these sentences!
  • As soon as we heard thunder, we took shelter in the house.
  • The contest winner will get a nice prize.
  • Rabbits are a common sight in our yard.
  • I just cannot find that lost mitten.
fluency
Fluency
  • Partner Reading
  • With your Partner practice reading aloud p. 50, three times. You should read at an appropriate rate and offer each other feedback.
day 4 grammar objectives
Day 4 Grammar Objectives
  • Define and identify the subject of a sentence.
  • Define and identify the predicate of a sentence.
  • Use subjects and predicates correctly in writing.
  • Become familiar with subject and predicate assessment on high-stakes tests.
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Now the man bring carpets too sell.
  • Now the man brings carpets to sell.
  • A carpenter make things out of would.
  • A carpenter makes things out of wood.
standardized test prep
STANDARDIZED TEST PREP
  • Test Tip
  • A test may ask you to identify the subject of a sentence. The subject may include more than one person, place, or thing. Be sure to include the complete subject.
  • Jay and I can hike.
  • Subject: Jay and I
subjects predicates
Subjects/Predicates
  • The subject is the part of the sentence that tells whom or what the sentence is about.
  • The predicate is the part of the sentence that tells what the subject is or does.
spelling day 4
Spelling Day 4
  • Objective: Spell plurals by adding -s or -es to most words.
review plurals s es
REVIEW PLURALS -s, -es
  • Create a matching game. Write the plural spelling words on the left side of the paper. Then write the singular form of each word in a different order on the right side of the paper. Next, exchange lists with a partner. Finally, match up the singular and plural forms of the words.
spelling strategy
Spelling Strategy
  • Problem Endings
  • The last letter of a singular word determines how the plural of the word is formed. You need to pay attention to the last letter of singular words to help spell plurals correctly.
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11. parties

12. bunches

13. crashes

14. supplies

15. pencils

Challenge Words

16. accidents

17. libraries

18. mysteries

19. carpenters

20. merchants

1. pennies

2. inches

3. plants

4. families

5. bodies

6. glasses

7. wishes

8. pockets

9. lists

10. copies