Braving the Snowstorm on a Dogsled
In the midst of a snowstorm with strong winds, a driver of a dogsled team is making their way along a route. Along the way, they come across a place where
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Slide2a snowstormwith strong winds
Slide3a place along aroute where people sign in
Slide5having theknowledge to do a particular task
Slide6the driver ofa dogsled team
Slide7a safe orcovered place out of bad weather
Slide8having arough, uneven surface
Slide10•The / ă / sound (short a) is usually spelled a followed by a consonant sound. p a st gr a ss c a t b a ck cr a b • The /ĕ/ sound (short e) is usually spelled e followed by a consonant sound. b e d g e t k e p t w e st l e n d
Slide11•When you hear the /ā/ sound (long a), think of the patterns a -consonant- e , ai , and ay . s a f e gr ai n gr ay p ai n t a l e t ai l • When you hear the /ē/ sound(long e), think of the patterns ee and ea . cr ea m sw ee t ea st pl ea se f ee t
Slide12Multiple Meaning PowerPoint:http://teacherweb.com/CA/Camino/Mrs Scroggins/apt5.aspx
Slide13•A statement tells something. It ends with a period (.). • A question asks something. It ends with a question mark (?). • A command tells someone to do something. It ends with a period (.). • An exclamation shows strong feeling. It ends with an exclamation point (!).
Slide14•Our school is Camino Real Elementary. statement • Look out! exclamation • Where are my keys? question • Please print your name neatly. command