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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Narrative Nonfiction– a story about actual events, living things, or people
Analyze Text Structure
decode words with /oi/
words with –oi, -oy
coy, soil, foil, toil, coins, point, noise, loyal,
boiled, spoiled, enjoys, voice, choice,
Review Words: spoon, rude, shook
Challenge Words: noisy, checkpoint
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
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.
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.
Dan draws birds. Dan paints snakes.
Dan draws birds and paints snakes.