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When we are searching for answers, whom can we ask? The Strongest One! Skills

When we are searching for answers, whom can we ask? The Strongest One! Skills

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When we are searching for answers, whom can we ask? The Strongest One! Skills

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  1. When we are searching for answers, whom can we ask?The Strongest One!Skills

  2. Today we will learn about: • amazing words • consonant digraphs, • realism and fantasy, • monitor and fix up, • high-frequency words, • ask and answer questions, • vocabulary words, and • commands and exclamations

  3. Let’s Talk About Exploration!

  4. Realism and Fantasy • There are two kinds of made-up stories—those that could really happen and those that could never happen. • A realistic story tells about something that could happen. • A fantasy is a story about something that could not happen. • Good readers look for clues that tell them whether a story could really happen or not.

  5. Grammar: Commands & Exclamations • A command is a sentence that tells someone to do something. It ends with a period. The subject of a command is you, but you is usually not shown. Pack your suitcase.

  6. Grammar: Commands & Exclamations • An exclamation is a sentence that shows surprise or strong feelings. It begins with a capital letter and ends with an exclamation mark. What a great trip this will be! I can’t wait to go!

  7. Grammar: Commands & Exclamations • bring your camera • Bring your camera. • put your jacket on • Put your jacket on. • wow, I am so excited • Wow, I am so excited!

  8. Monitor and Fix Up • You can be better readers by thinking about whether or not you understand what you read as you read it. • Paying attention to the illustrations (pictures) and to which character is talking are two ways you can help yourself understand what you are reading.

  9. Grammar: Commands & Exclamations • Sometimes a command can also be an exclamation. Stop!

  10. Grammar: Commands & Exclamations • get me a basket • Get me a basket. • that is a huge basket • That is a huge basket! • put in the food • Put in the food.

  11. Grammar: Commands & Exclamations • bring the ants • Bring the ants. • oh no, I dropped the food • Oh no, I dropped the food!

  12. Grammar: Commands & Exclamations • A command is a sentence that tells someone to do something. It ends with a period. The subject of a command is you, but you is usually not shown. • An exclamation is a sentence that shows surprise or strong feelings. It begins with a capital letter and ends with an exclamation mark.

  13. Commands & Exclamations • get the balls and gloves • Get the balls and gloves. • let’s have a good game • Let’s have a good game! • Tina threw the ball to Kevin • Tina threw the ball to Kevin. • it hit him on the arm • It hit him on the arm. • that hurt • That hurt!

  14. Synonyms • Many words mean almost the same thing. These words are called synonyms. • We just read “The Strongest One.” What are some synonyms for strong?

  15. AnteatersPage 152 - 155 • We are going to use this story to learn how to look answers to an AR test. • Read the questions and answer choices. • Look in the story to find the answers. • Choose your answer carefully.

  16. Grammar: Commands & Exclamations • A command is a sentence that tells someone to do something. It ends with a period. The subject of a command is you, but you is usually not shown. Close the door.

  17. Grammar: Commands & Exclamations • An exclamation is a sentence that shows surprise or strong feelings. It begins with a capital letter and ends with an exclamation mark. I love chocolate cake!

  18. Grammar: Commands & Exclamations • Sometimes a command can also be an exclamation. Be careful!

  19. Commands & ExclamationsCorrect each sentence. • look at that anteater • Look at that anteater. • oh, he looks so strange • Oh, he looks so strange! • find him some ants • Find him some ants. • Wow, see how long his tongue is • wow, see how long his tongue is!

  20. Speaking and Listening • There are many reasons for asking questions. • When you ask or answer a question, you should always be polite. • Answer politely. • Look at the person speaking.

  21. Wrap Up Your Week! Let’s Talk About Exploration

  22. Review Games Vocabulary & Amazing Words: • Jigword Spelling Words: • Quia Games • Spelling City High Frequency Words: • Hot Potatoes (fill-in-the-blank)