Radio Rescue Predict and Infer Look at the title? What can you tell from these words? Look at the picture. What do you see in the picture? What prediction can you make and why? l
Vocabulary • ferocious fer/o/cious page 125 • hurricane hur/ri/cane page 125 • distress dis/tress page 125 • transmitting trans/mit/ting 126 • raise raise 128 • acknowledged ack/nowl/edged 129 • relaying re/lay/ing 129
VocabularyCan you match the meaning of these vocabulary words? • ferocious passing or sending along • hurricane to contact by radio • distress fierce, powerful • transmitting sending signals by radio or wire • raise an ocean storm with violent winds and heavy rains • acknowledged received and made a reply to • relaying serious danger or trouble
Connecting and Comparing • What other character have you read about who was ready to help out in an emergency?
Writing Good Answers Mulan Mulan was ready to help. Mulan was ready to help by going to war in her father’s place.
Writing Good Answers Axel Axel helped. Axel helped his dog get down a cliff during a bad storm.
Sequence of EventsThe High Point • Every story has a sequence of events which is the order of the story • Adventure stories often have a high point – a time when the events become very exciting. What is the high point of Radio Rescue? (Do PB page 64)