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Lesson 16 Day 2. Read Aloud: Listening Comprehension. Today I will read a passage from a nonfiction book about 4 young inventors Remember that nonfiction text: tells about real people, events, or situations. is meant to provide information in an interesting way.

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read aloud listening comprehension
Read Aloud: Listening Comprehension

Today I will read a passage from a nonfiction book about 4 young inventors

Remember that nonfiction text:

  • tells about real people, events, or situations.
  • is meant to provide information in an interesting way.

Listen for information as I read “Up in Smoke”

One purpose for listening is to learn what new idea the young inventors came up with.

discussion
Discussion
  • Based on what you read in the selection, is it easy or difficult to come up with an invention?
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Some words and phrases that signal

an opinion are:

should, must be,

best, worst, I think,

&I believe

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The sentence “A water bike can travel

at about six miles per hour” is a fact.

You could check it by timing the water bike with a stopwatch.

The author’s statement that the water bike is an amazing invention is an opinion. You can’t prove this.

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Would you read this paragraph more

quickly or more slowly than the first

paragraph?

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tinker

When you tinker with something, you try to fix or adjust it.

What profession is good for someone who likes to tinker?

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hoaxer

Someone who tries to trick people is a hoaxer.

Why did people think Robert Goodard was a hoaxer? Explain.

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trampled

If you trampled something, you stepped on it very hard and damaged it.

What did George Washington want horses to trample in his barn?

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forged

If you forged something together, you did it with great effort and you hope it lasts a long time.

Why would the author say that Thomas Edison forged a crew?

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perfect

To perfect something is to improve it so that it is the best it can be.

Why did perfecting mass production make Henry Ford famous? Explain.

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quest

A quest is a journey with a specific purpose.

Why is being and inventor a quest ?

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barriers

Barriers are objects or people that keep you from moving ahead.

What kind of barriers do inventors face?

lesson 16 spelling words words ending with l
Lesson 16 Spelling WordsWords Ending with /əl/
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  • animal
  • April
  • arrival
  • trample
  • bottle
  • camel
  • capital
  • couple
  • swivel
  • festival
  • gentle
  • level
  • national
  • normal
  • tremble
  • puddle
  • rebel
  • single
  • tunnel
  • Challenge Words:
  • civil
  • snorkel
  • double
  • dribble
  • original
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