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  1. Little by Little Written by Jean Little Illustrated by Allen Garns genre autobiography a person’s story of his or her own life

  2. Question of the Day How do you think Jean Little’s experience at school might have affected her feelings about other people who don’t fit in? In your notebook! Do not answer the question right away. Think about it for a minute, then write your answer. Be prepared to share and discuss.

  3. Fact and Opinion

  4. Fact and Opinion Jean has trouble reading Miss Marr is a nice teacher It was impossible for Shirley to be Jean’s friend Shirley was from England Miss Marr had polio Shirley had a magic about her Miss Marr asked Shirley to help Jean Jean thought Miss Marr liked her Jean was sure she would be the only student to get all of the math problems wrong Jean cheated on her mental arithmetic test

  5. Fact and Opinion

  6. Fact and Opinion

  7. Fact and Opinion

  8. Spelling Words Lesson 22 VCCV Words

  9. VCCV Words VCCV Vowel-Consonant-Consonant-Vowel In most VCCV words the syllable break occurs between the two consonants in the middle of the word Accent my be on the first or second syllable of the word

  10. Spelling Words Lesson 22VCCV Words pretty service thunder blanket effort fellow subject perhaps attack entire chimney tunnel effect suspended challenge pretzel survive pillow hunger college

  11. SyllablesVCCV Words

  12. Vocabulary • polio • immobility • despised • dismay • decipher • astonished

  13. Vocabulary • polio • an infectious disease most common in children and young adults, caused by a virus and often followed by paralysis • immobility • the condition of not being able to move or of being motionless • despised • disliked or scorned

  14. Vocabulary • dismay • a feeling of disappointment, uneasiness, and confusion • decipher • to be able to read something, such as handwriting • astonished • surprised very much, amazed

  15. Present Tense • The tense of the verb tells the time of the action • past • present • future • subject-verb agreement • singular subject or plural subject • changes the verb for present tense

  16. Present tense

  17. Present tense

  18. Present tense

  19. Present Tense • Example 1 – add -s to the verb • Miss Marr shows Jean a special desk. • Example 2 – add –es to the verb • She passes out the books. • Example 3 – Change consonant-y to I • Shirley Russell copies the words on the board. • Example 3 – Plural subject/leave the verb alone • The seats flip up when you slide out of them.