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The Garden of Abdul Gasazi. Unusual Gardens. A Shed Full of Tigers. It’s time for . . . These are words . . . We use them for. Vocabulary. we want to know. Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!. awesome: causing a feeling of wonder, fear, and respect.

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    1. The Garden of Abdul Gasazi Unusual Gardens

    2. A Shed Full of Tigers

    3. It’s time for . . . These are words . . . We use them for . . . Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

    4. awesome: causing a feeling of wonder, fear, and respect.

    5. convinced: made to do, believe, or feel certain about something

    6. disappeared: passed out of sight; vanished

    7. discovered: found; learned

    8. incredible: too unlikely to be believed; astonishing or amazing

    9. impossible: not able to happen or exist

    10. Unusual Gardens

    11. Topiaries

    12. Monitor/Clarify • I will pause to monitor what I am reading to make sure I understand. • If I don’t understand. . . I can reread or read ahead to clarify any clues along the way.

    13. Story Structure • Characters, setting, and plot are the important elements of a story. • The setting is where and when the story takes place. • The plot is the sequence of events . It usually includes a problem (beginning) and its solution (at the end).

    14. Practice Book pg. 246

    15. Great Job!

    16. The Garden of Abdul Gasazi

    17. It’s time for . . . These are words . . . We use them for . . . Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

    18. awesome: causing a feeling of wonder, fear, and respect.

    19. convinced: made to do, believe, or feel certain about something

    20. Story Structure • Who are the main characters in this story? • Why isn’t Miss Hester a main character? • What is Alan’s problem with Fritz? • How did Alan try to solve his problem? Partner activity on Story Structure using ES Handbook.

    21. Prefixes un-, bi-, dis-, mis-, and non- • Prefixes are added to the beginning of a base word and it changes the meaning of the base word.

    22. Prefixes The garden was unusual. The duck disappeared. Miss Hester thought Alan’s story was nonsense. Alan could have used a bicycle. Fritz misbehaved.

    23. Prefixes

    24. Prefixes Decode and Define the underlined words. • discovered a bridge • a biannual event • an unlucky day • a nonfiction story • a misplaced hat • a dishonest man Practice Book pg. 250

    25. Great Job!

    26. The Garden of Abdul Gasazi

    27. It’s time for . . . These are words . . . We use them for . . . Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

    28. disappeared: passed out of sight; vanished

    29. discovered: found; learned

    30. Story Structure You will be working in groups to complete a story structure map on a picture book.

    31. PrefixesR22 Prefixes un- bi- dis- mis- non-

    32. Homophones • Homophones are words that sound alike, but are spelled differently and have different meanings. He rode his bike. The side of the road. She won a prize. He handed me a one dollar bill.

    33. Great Job!

    34. The Garden of Abdul Gasazi

    35. It’s time for . . . These are words . . . We use them for . . . Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

    36. incredible: too unlikely to be believed; astonishing or amazing

    37. impossible: not able to happen or exist

    38. Time to Play Jeopardy!