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Unit 3: Discoveries Weekly Theme: The Art of Illustrating Selection 5: Title: What Do Illustrators Do? Author: Eileen Christelow. Genre: Narrative Nonfiction – a story about actual events, living things, or people Comprehension Strategy: Analyze Text Structure

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Unit 3: Discoveries Weekly Theme: The Art of IllustratingSelection 5:Title: What Do Illustrators Do?Author: Eileen Christelow


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Genre:

Narrative Nonfiction– a story about actual events, living things, or people

Comprehension Strategy:

Analyze Text Structure

Comprehension Skill:

Chronological Order


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Phonics:

decode words with /oi/

Spelling Focus:

words with –oi, -oy

coy, soil, foil, toil, coins, point, noise, loyal,

boiled, spoiled, enjoys, voice, choice,

soybean, joyful

Review Words: spoon, rude, shook

Challenge Words: noisy, checkpoint


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Key Vocabulary:

instance – an example of something

illustrate – draw a picture to explain or decorate something written

style – a particular way of doing something

textures – the ways surfaces feel when you touch them

sketches – simple drawings that are done quickly

suggestions – plans or ideas that are offered to others


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Vocabulary Skills:

Context Clues: Sentence Clues

**Use context clues in the same or in a nearby sentence to figure out the meaning of an unfamiliar word.

To figure out the meaning that fits in a sentence, look up the word in a dictionary and choose the meaning that makes sense in context.


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Word Work:

Grammar Skills:

Sentence Combining with Verbs

Join two sentences with the same subject by combining the predicates. Combine the predicates with and. Check for subject/verb agreement.

Example:

Dan draws birds. Dan paints snakes.

Dan draws birds and paints snakes.