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How Tia Lola Came to Stay. Fourth Grade Unit 6 Week 3 Kristi Goggans. Genre – Realistic Fiction. Realistic fiction is made up, but the characters and events are so lifelike that the story seems as if it must be true . Vocabulary Strategy – Context Clues.

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how tia lola came to stay

How Tia Lola Came to Stay

Fourth Grade

Unit 6 Week 3

Kristi Goggans

genre realistic fiction

Genre – Realistic Fiction

Realistic fiction is made up, but the characters and events are so lifelike that the story seems as if it must be true.

vocabulary strategy context clues

Vocabulary Strategy – Context Clues

Sometimes you can use context clues – the words and sentences around an unknown word – to help you figure out the meaning of the word.

comprehension skill character and theme

Comprehension Skill – Character and Theme

What the characters in a story do and say give clues about what they are like.

The theme is the underlying meaning of a story.

The author may state the theme or the reader has to think about the story in order to figure out the theme.

A reader must have proof from the story to support a theme.

comprehension strategy summarize

Comprehension Strategy – Summarize

As you read a story, summarize the characters’ goals and how they try to reach them. Ask yourself, “ What are the characters like as they try to reach their goals? Do they succeed? Summarizing will help you figure out the theme of the story.

vocabulary

Vocabulary

Affords

Colonel

Glint

Lurking

Palettes

Quaint

Resemblance

affords

Affords

Gives as an effect or a result; provides

colonel

Colonel

A military rank below General

glint

Glint

A gleam or a flash

lurking

Lurking

Hiding or moving about in a secret and sly manner

palettes

Palettes

Mixing board for paints

quaint

Quaint

Strange or odd in an interesting, pleasing, or amusing way

resemblance

Resemblance

Similar appearance; likeness

what is the most likely reason the author described the photographs of colonel charlebois as a boy

What is the most likely reason the author described the photographs of Colonel Charlebois as a boy?

To explain why he was unhappy

To tell about his baseball uniform

To show that he loved baseball

miguel had to write a letter to colonel charlebois because

Miguel had to write a letter to Colonel Charlebois because -

The colonel didn’t want to answer the telephone

Miguel’s family didn’t have a phone

Miguel didn’t have the colonel’s phone number

which of these events happened last in the story

Which of these events happened last in the story?

Miguel found photographs that showed the colonel as a boy

The colonel accepted an invitation from Miguel’s Tia Lola

Miguel and his team began practicing in the colonel’s field.

which of these is an important theme from the story

Which of these is an important theme from the story?

People from different backgrounds can have fun together

Sports are only enjoyed by young people and their families

Photographs show people, places, and events from the past.

at the beginning of the story how were tia lola and colonel charlebois alike

At the beginning of the story, how were Tia Lola and Colonel Charlebois alike?

They seemed to know what would happen

They enjoyed telling stories to children

They had unusual ways of doing things.

when tia lola said she planned to change a hard heart she meant that she would change

When Tia Lola said she planned to “change a hard heart” she meant that she would change -

The colonel’s mind by making him happy

Her mind and repaint the house white

Miguel’s family about moving back to New York.

which of these is an important theme from the story21

Which of these is an important theme from the story?

A person’s time is as valuable as money

A person who is kind has no friends

A person’s face is the window to their heart

which of these gave tia lola her best clue for what would probably make colonel charlebois happy

Which of these gave Tia Lola her best clue for what would probably make Colonel Charlebois happy?

The old photograph

The answering machine

The trimmed hedges