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in b-ball, the level, raised surface of wood, glass, or plastic ... which the wicker container on a ball court is attached. spilling. bouncing so as to move a ball it ...
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What Jo Did Compiled by: Terry Sams PES Written and Illustrated by: Charles R. Smith, Jr.

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Summary Imagine that you could bounce as high as a wicker container ball edge. That is precisely what Joanna Marie, or Jo, could do. Jo makes new companions when she flaunts her ability amid a b-ball game in which she is the main young lady .

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Study Skills Genre: Fiction Comprehension Skill: Cause and Effect Comprehension Strategy: Prior Knowledge Comprehension Review Skill: Draw Conclusions Vocabulary: Prefixes and Suffixes

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Genre : Fiction frequently has characters and occasions that appear to be genuine. Attempt to picture this story occurring where you live, with individuals you know.

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Comprehension Skill Tested – Cause and Effect Te112 An impact is something that happens . A cause clarifies why it happens. Composing may incorporate piece of information words, for example, on the grounds that, to, in this way, and accordingly to connection circumstances and end results. On the off chance that these words are missing, perusers need to consider circumstances and end results connections all alone.

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Comprehension Strategy – Prior Knowledge TE144a 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 rehearse what we think about b-ball.

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Comprehension Strategy – Prior Knowledge TE144a

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Comprehension Skill Review – Draw Conclusions TE 153 When you reach determinations, you utilize subtle elements and what you definitely know not assessments or settle on choices about characters and occasions.

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Vocabulary Strategy Suffixes - capable and Prefixes - un Suffixes and prefixes have their own particular implications. The prefix - un signifies "the inverse of ________" or "not_____", as in despondent.

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Vocabulary Strategy Suffixes - capable and Prefixes - un The addition –able signifies "ready to be ____ed," as in agreeable. The addition –less signifies "without _____," as in effortless. You can utilize postfixes as prefixes to help you make sense of the implications of words.

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Question of the Week TE 142 m How would we be able to figure out how to welcome the gifts of others?

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Day 2 - Question of the Day Do you think Jo would have had an opportunity to flaunt her ability in the event that she hadn\'t worn her cap?

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Day 3 - Question of the Day – How does the what do the other b-ball players consider Jo\'s ability?

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Day 4 - Question of the Day - Review How does the speaker in "Quick Break" feel about himself?

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Weekly Fluency Check - Rhythmic Patterns of Language TE 161a Read so anyone might hear "The Circuit" on p. 142m. Have understudies take note of your cadenced example, which push critical and inwardly charged words and makes dialog sound like regular discussion. Clarify that you additionally change the pace of the words and the tone of your voice to coordinate the connection.

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Research/Study Skill – Charts and Tables TE 161 L Charts show data outwardly. Records, graphs, and tables are a wide range of diagrams .

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Research/Study Skill – Charts and Tables TE 161 L Tables are an exceptional sort of outline that show data in lines and sections. Lines list data on a level plane, or over. Sections list data vertically, or here and there.

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Research/Study Skill – Charts and Tables TE 161 L A solitary box in a table is known as a cell . Most graphs or tables have a title that tells what the diagram or table appears. We can hone this utilizing word preparing programming like MS Word.

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Review Questions What does Joanna do to T.J\'s. bounce shot? Why does he respond the way he does? Why do the young men request that Joanna take care of business? Why do you think she shrouded the way that she was a young lady?

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Review Questions What is the topic or "huge thought" of this story? Which kid changes his disposition the most about Joanna? What are some ways it changed? Why does T.J. advise her to abandon her cap at home toward the end of the story?

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Vocabulary - Say It wondered amazing confused swatted fouled loop pullover edge

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More Words to Know backboard spilling dunk acknowledge learn anxious

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mind boggling unbelievable; difficult to consider as genuine or genuine

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swatted hit pointedly or savagely

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dumbfounded not ready to talk

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edge an edge, outskirt, or edge close by anything

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wondered was loaded with miracle; was shocked

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pullover a shirt that is pulled over the head, made of a delicate, sewed material

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circle a ring or round level band

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fouled in games, made an uncalled for play against

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backboard in b-ball, the level, hoisted surface of wood, glass, or plastic on which the bushel on a b-ball court is secured

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spilling moving a ball by ricocheting it

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dunk to shoot a b-ball by jumping, so that the hands are over the edge, and tossing the ball down through the mesh

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apprehensive effectively energized or resentful, eager; uneasy

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acknowledge to get with loving and endorsement

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figure out how to end up capable by study or practice

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I was so anxious and terrified I failed.

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I was so anxious and terrified I failed.

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We have to acknowledge each different as we are and be caring.

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We have to acknowledge each different as we are and be benevolent.

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How might you want to figure out how to play?

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How might you want to figure out how to play?

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He was mind blowing under the wicker bin!

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He was mind boggling under the bushel!

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The ball skiped off the edge.

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The ball skiped off the edge .

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Max swatted the ball away and kept it out of the wicker container.

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Max swatted the ball away and kept it out of the wicker container.

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I have dependably wondered about the way he can take care of business.

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I have dependably wondered about the way he can make a move.

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Her execution this evening left me dumbfounded.

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Her execution today evening time left me astounded .

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He was fouled by the other player and did not make his wicker bin.

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He was fouled by the other player and did not make his wicker container.

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He was ricocheting the ball down the court toward the other group\'s band.

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He was bobbing the ball down the court toward the other group\'s band .

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Lots of young men need to wear Peyton Manning\'s shirt number.

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Lots of young men need to wear Peyton Manning\'s shirt number.

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Writing Assignment TE 161g Think of something you adore doing. Compose a ballad utilizing metaphorical dialect, about what it feels like when you are doing this action.

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Spelling Words including –s and - es jackass s batteri es pack es memori es colleague s counti es scratch es delay s daisi es hobbi es

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Spelling Words Adding –s and - es sandwich es ensemble s compani es month s occasion s charge es suppli es play s companion s monkey s

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CHALLENGE eyelash es rescue vehicle s trophi es secretari es inventori 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 survey our Spelling words. Observe precisely 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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donkeys

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batteries (battery)

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clusters

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recollections (memory)

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fellow team members

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regions (district)

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scratches

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delays

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daisies (daisy)

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interests (side interest)

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sandwiches

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outfits

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months

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occasions

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charges

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supplies (supply)

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plays

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companions

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monkeys

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organizations (organization)

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GREAT JOB!

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