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Coyote School News Compiled by: Terry Sams PES Written and Illustrated by: Joan Sandin Meet the Author

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Summary Ramon Ernesto Ramirez developed up on a farm in the southwestern United States in the 1930\'s. His life was the same as our own in some ways. He went to class each day, he needed to do task before he could play, and he commended occasions with his family. Yet, his life was distinctive, as well. Since he lived on a farm, he gathered together and brand the cows.

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Study Skills Genre: Historical Fiction Comprehension Skill: Draw Conclusions Comprehension Strategy: Prior Knowledge Comprehension Review Skill: Setting Vocabulary: Dictionary/Glossary

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Genre : Historical Fiction Historical Fiction is set previously. It is a story in which a portion of the points of interest are truthful yet in which others are made up or are inexactly taking into account history. Search for the real subtle elements as you read. Click on Genre to take in more about various kinds and Realistic Fiction.

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Comprehension Skill Tested – Draw Conclusions TE 187A When you reach determinations, you utilize points of interest and what you definitely know not sentiments or settle on choices about characters and occasions.

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Comprehension Strategy – Prior Knowledge TE164a Background Tape – Life on a Cattle Ranch Good perusers use what they know not them comprehend what they read. They attempt to associate it to what they definitely know. They consider whether they have ever seen or experienced what they are perusing about. This comprehends the new data. How about we hone what we think about existence on a farm.

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Play Life On a Ranch People Work

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Comprehension Skill Review : Setting TE 171 Setting is the time and place in which a story happens. Now and again the setting is imperative to the parcel of a story. At different times, the setting is just foundation. Once in a while pictures demonstrate the setting , and once in a while you need to envision it. Subtle elements the writer has composed can help you see, listen, feel, and notice what it resemble to be there.

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Vocabulary Strategy Dictionary/Glossary Te 187c Some words have more than one significance. At times perusers need to check a word reference or glossary to locate the implying that bodes well for the sentence.

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Vocabulary Strategy Dictionary/Glossary Te 187c The dim, or intense, words characterized are called section words. The passage word may not coordinate the word in the determination precisely. Section words are regularly are words without endings, prefixes, or postfixes .

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Let\'s utilization a lexicon to characterize thee words from the story:

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A daily paper is a day by day or week after week distribution containing world and nearby news and different elements. Daily papers are isolated into segments . Every area concentrates on a subject, for example, neighborhood news, expressions, or games. Research/Study Skills – Newspaper/Newsletters TE 187 L

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A daily paper has a record on or close to the front page. Daily papers incorporate article pages that express feelings on current occasions. Research/Study Skills – Newspaper/Newsletters TE 187 L

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Research/Study Skills – Newspaper/Newsletters TE 187 L A pamphlet is a brief distribution from a gathering that contains news important to the gathering\'s individuals. Daily paper and bulletin articles are related to features and may incorporate outlines or photos with inscriptions .

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Fun Stuff Coyote School Site Vocabulary Cards Lesson Plan

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Question of the Week TE 162 m How would we be able to cooperate to accomplish our objective?

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Day 2 - Question of the Day What work must be done on a farm?

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Day 3 - Question of the Day How would every one of the youngsters add to Coyote News ?

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Day 4 - Question of the Day - Review What steps ought to understudies take after to create a school daily paper?

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Weekly Fluency Check - Emotion TE 187a Read so anyone might hear "A Big-City Dream" on p. 162m. Clarify that you will express Luz\'s feelings by changing your pacing and manner of speaking. Bring up perusing with feeling makes discourse all the more intriguing Read out loud Pg. 172,paragraphs 2-3. Have understudies see how your pitch and tone changes to express sentiments.

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Review Questions Why do the understudies like Miss Byers? How are Monchi and Miss Byers alike? How is Tucson not quite the same as Monchi\'s people group? Why is it troublesome for Monchi to pick between the Attendance Award and the gathering?

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Review Questions Tell something about the setting of this story in both time and place. Why does the creator use pages from the Coyote News in the story? How did Miss Byers help understudies welcome their way of life? How would you know school is imperative to the Ramirez family?

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Vocabulary - Say It goads coyote fellows roundup hollering

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More Words to Know mesquite advance persuade lively offers

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bellowing shouting out boisterously

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goads metal focuses or pointed wheels, worn on a rider\'s boot heels for encouraging a steed on

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coyote a little, wolf-like well evolved creature living in numerous parts of North America

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fellows individuals brought up in the city, particularly easterners who excursion on a farm

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roundup the demonstration of driving or uniting dairy cattle from long separations

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mesquite any of a few trees or hedges basic in southwestern US and Mexico, which regularly developed in thick bunches or bushes

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advanced brought up in rank, condition, or significance

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offers to hold out to be taken or can\'t; to will if another favors

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persuade to ensure; cause to accept; influence by contention or evidence

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fiery brimming with vitality; dynamic; incredible

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Guests on the farm are called fellows.

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Guests on the farm are called fellows .

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We ran with the cowhands on a gathering.

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We ran with the cowhands on a gathering .

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With only a touch of the goads, a steed moves quicker.

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With only a touch of the goads , a stallion moves speedier.

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A coyote was wailing out there.

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A coyote was crying out yonder.

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The cows were mooing, and the calves were bellowing.

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The dairy cattle were mooing, and the calves were bellowing .

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Edelia was elevated to Grade Two.

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Edelia was elevated to Grade Two.

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The pinata was hung between two major mesquite trees.

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The pinata was hung between two major mesquite trees.

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It is a lot of work if no one offers to offer assistance.

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It is an excess of work if no one offers to offer assistance.

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Luz was exceptionally fiery amid the ball game.

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Luz was exceptionally enthusiastic amid the ball game.

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I\'m making a decent attempt to persuade her to play with us.

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I\'m making a decent attempt to persuade her to play with us.

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Writing Assignment TE – 187b and 187j Use no less than five spelling words to keep in touch with one-sentence news releases that could show up as a slither at the base of the screen amid a network show.

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Spelling Words Irregular Plurals loa ves foot s tornado es banjo s yard s conviction s sleeve s sheep radio s moose

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Spelling Words Irregular Plurals hal ves rooftop s precipice s lea ves li ves themsel ves potato es teeth video s sheep

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CHALLENGE portfolio s ban es tissue s cal ves rope es

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This Week\'s Word Wall Words Click and sort your own words during the current week:

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Let\'s audit our Spelling words. Observe deliberately in light of the fact that they will streak on the screen for one minute. We can applaud as we spell the word, or we may very well work on perusing the words.

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recordings (video )

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teeth (tooth)

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potatoes (potato)

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themselves (themself)

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lives (life)

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leaves (leaf)

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precipices (bluff)

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parts (half)

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radios (radio)

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sleeves (sleeve)

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convictions (conviction)

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porches (yard)

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banjos (banjo)

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tornadoes (tornado)

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tomato (tomatoes)

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hoof s (foot)

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chunks (piece)

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