Title: Because of Winn-Dixie Author: Kate DiCamillo Genre: Realistic Fiction .


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Central issue: What encounters unite assorted individuals?. Title: In light of Winn-Dixie Creator: Kate DiCamillo Classification: Reasonable Fiction. Survey Recreations. Story Sort Vocabulary Words: Arcade Amusements Study Stack Spelling City: Spelling Words Spelling City: Vocabulary. Little Gathering
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Unavoidable issue: What encounters unite assorted individuals? Title: Because of Winn-Dixie Author: Kate DiCamillo Genre: Realistic Fiction

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Review Games Story Sort Vocabulary Words: Arcade Games Study Stack Spelling City: Spelling Words Spelling City: Vocabulary

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Small Group Timer

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Spelling Words Short Vowels VCCV

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Vocabulary Words More Words to Know terrific commemoration particular constructive prideful chose comprised forsaken consideration benevolence understanding Vocabulary Words

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Big Question: What encounters unite different individuals? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

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Monday

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Today we will find out about: Build Concepts Sequence Summarize Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Model Tone of Voice Grammar: Declarative and Interrogative Sentences Spelling: Short Vowels VCCV Diversity

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Tone of Voice Fluency

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Fluency: Tone of Voice Listen as I read " Child of the Silent Night ." As I read, see how I will utilize the ascent and fall of my voice to show where the story incorporates questions and where it is loaded with feeling. Be prepared to answer inquiries after I wrap up.

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Fluency: Tone of Voice When did Laura\' guardians realiz e Laura had lost her sight and hearing? What were the means in Laura\'s recoup? Portray them all together.

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Concept Vocabulary a ttention – care and keenness consideration – treatment that does great as opposed to mischief; delicacy understanding - cognizance Next Slide

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Concept Vocabulary (To add data to the realistic coordinator, tap on end appear, sort in your new data, and spare your progressions.)

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Build Concept Vocabulary: consideration, benevolence, understanding Diversity

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Sequence & Summarize Turn to pages 18 - 19.

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Prior Knowledge Come up with the greatest number of things as you can about moving to another place. Moving to a New Place

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Vocabulary Words

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Vocabulary Words fantastic – great; great remembrance – peopling to recollect a man, thing, or occasion impossible to miss – abnormal; irregular positive – without uncertainty; beyond any doubt prideful – excessively glad for oneself reviews – brings back to mind; chose – selecting; picking

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Vocabulary Words

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More Words to Know comprised – was comprised of forsaken – without companions Next Slide

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m emorial

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Grammar Declarative and Interrogative Sentences

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m y canine bella is a genuine rascul My puppy Bella is a genuine blackguard. d oes stray canines make great pets Do stray pooches make great pets?

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Declarative and Interrogative Sentences "Are all of you right?" "That is my canine." The main sentence is an interrogative sentence . It poses a question and closures with a question mark . The second sentence is an explanatory sentence . It tells something and. closes with a period. Both sentences are straightforward sentences.

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Declarative and Interrogative Sentences A sentence is a gathering of words that communicates an entire thought. A sentence starts with a capital letter . A sentence that tells something is a definitive sentence . A revelatory sentence closes with a period .

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Declarative and Interrogative Sentences A sentence that poses a question is an interrogative sentence . An interrogative sentences closes with a question mark . Decisive Sentence: The library is loaded with fascinating books. Interrogative Sentence: what number of these books have you perused?

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Declarative & Interrogative Sentences Decide if each sentence is revelatory or interrogative. A man who works in a library is a custodian. explanatory Are pets permits in the library? interrogative The administrator requesting that we be tranquil. definitive

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Declarative & Interrogative Sentences Decide if each sentence is revelatory or interrogative. Hetty cherishes books about travel. explanatory Can I get my work done at this table? interrogative

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Declarative & Interrogative Sentences Decide the right end accentuation check for each sentence. Who is your most loved creator Who is your most loved creator? Do you incline toward photos or drawings in a book Do you lean toward photos or drawings in a book?

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Declarative & Interrogative Sentences Decide the right end accentuation stamp for each sentence. Our town library has a kids\' segment Our town library has a youngsters\' segment . At the point when a pigeon flew into the library, everybody chuckled When a pigeon flew into the library, everybody snickered.

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Declarative & Interrogative Sentences Decide the right end accentuation check for each sentence. Where do I discover the maps and word references Where do I discover the maps and lexicons?

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Spelling Words Short Vowels VCCV

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Tuesday

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Today we will find out about: Word Structure Sequence Summarize Author\'s Purpose Vocabulary Fluency: Choral Reading Grammar: Declarative and Interrogative Sentences Spelling: Short Vowels VCCV Time for Social Studies: European Influence Diversity

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Vocabulary Strategy: Suffixes Turn to pages 20 - 21.

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Because of Winn-Dixie Turn to pages 22 - 27.

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Choral Reading Fluency

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Fluency: Choral Reading Turn to page 28, passages 3-6. As I read, see how my tone changes amid discourse to coordinate the way individuals talk. Presently we will hone together as a class by doing three choral readings of the sections.

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Grammar Declarative and Interrogative Sentences

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i showing my puppy to rol over I am showing my pooch to move over. d ogs can figure out how to help daze individuals. Or, then again works with the police Dogs can figure out how to help dazzle individuals or function with the police.

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Declarative and Interrogative Sentences A definitive sentence is an announcement that tells about something. It closes with a period. An interrogative sentence poses a question. It closes with a question mark. Bot h sorts of sentences start with capital letters and can be basic , compou nd , or complex .

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Spelling Words Short Vowels VCCV

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Wednesday

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Today we will find out about: Summarize Word Structure Author\'s Purpose Vocabulary Fluency: Tone of Voice Grammar: Declarative and Interrogative Sentences Spelling: Short Vowels VCCV Time for Social Studies: Geography of the Southeast Space Exploration

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Because of Winn-Dixie Turn to pages 28 - 34.

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Tone of Voice Fluency

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Fluency: Tone of Voice Turn to page 33, last two sections. As I read, see how I bring up my voice for issues and stress certain words, as not by any means . Presently we will hone together as a class by doing three choral readings.

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Grammar Declarative and Interrogative Sentences

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o ur class contemplate in the library each tuesday Our class thinks about in the library each Tuesday. w e read discreetly for an our, we can read any book we like We read unobtrusively for 60 minutes. We can read any book we like.

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Declarative and Interrogative Sentences A definitive sentence is an announcement that tells about something. It closes with a period. An interrogative sentence poses a question. It closes with a question mark. Bot h sorts of sentences start with capital letters and can be basic , compou nd , or complex .

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Declarative and Interrogative Sentences Using various types of sentences can make composing energizing. Utilizing interrogative sentences is one approach to keep perusers intrigued. Continuously survey what you have written to check whether you can enhance it by including interrogative sentences.

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Spelling Words Short Vowels VCCV

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Thursday

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Today we will find out about: Expository Nonfiction/Text Features Reading Across Texts Content-Area Vocabulary Fluency: Partner Reading Grammar: Declarative and Interrogative Sentences Spelling: Short Vowels VCCV Time for Social Studies: Research Map Facts

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Fast Facts: Black Beats Turn to pages 36-39.

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Partner Reading Fluency

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Fluency: Partner Reading Turn to page 33, last two sections. Perused these passages with an accomplice three circumstances. Utilize manner of speaking to demonstrate Opal\'s sentiments about Amanda, and after that offer each other criticism.

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Grammar Declarative and Interrogative Sentences

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a bear is an expansive mamal A bear is a huge well evolved creature. g rizzly bears is greater then mountain bears Grizzly bears are greater than wild bears.

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Declarative and Interrogative Sentences A decisive sentence is an announcement that tells about something. It closes with a period. An interrogative sentence poses a question. It closes with a question mark. Bot h sorts of sentences start with capital letters and can be basic , compou nd , or

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