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Get Ready to Read

Get Ready to Read

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Get Ready to Read

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  1. Get Ready to Read • How can stories from the past influence our imagination? • How is Sancho’s ability to envision the quest different from Don Quixote’s? • Do you think Don Quixote’s heroism is only something he dreamt up in his mind, or do you think it’s real?

  2. Get Ready to Read Amazing Words Bewitched – under a spell, in a trance or daze, or transformed by magic Why do you think bewitched has come to have a second, everyday meaning of charmed or fascinated? Do you know other stories about someone being bewitched? Sorcerers – people believed to practice magic The legend told of sorcerers and wizards. How did sorcerers play a role in medieval life?

  3. Get Ready to Read • Expository Text • What are textbooks used for? • What are some parts of textbooks? • What parts of a textbook would be considered a textbook entry?

  4. Read and Comprehend Read Feudalism on pages 350-351. What do the colored words indicate? How would you describe the real-life job of being a knight in feudal society? What questions about feudalism can be answered by studying the triangle diagram on page 351?

  5. Read and Comprehend Fluency Practice

  6. Read and Comprehend Vocabulary Prefixes re- and mis- After the house burned down, they decided to rebuild it. It is cruel to mistreat an animal. Use prefixes to determine the meaning of rebuild and mistreat

  7. Language Arts Modifiers Use the worksheet to practice modifiers.

  8. Language Arts Spelling Practice Let’s Play Sparkle

  9. Language Arts • Writing – Parody • Revise and Edit • Clarify places where ideas are missing, misleading or unnecessary • Look for opportunities to add vivid sensory details • Be sure you have chosen distinct language, style, and story elements from the original story you are parodying