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  1. Theme 6: Talent Show

  2. Selection 3 Title: The School Mural Author: Sarah Vazquez Illustrator: Melinda Levine

  3. Genre: Realistic Fiction realistic characters and events come to life in a fictional plot.

  4. Comprehension Strategy: Question to figure out what part you did not understand.

  5. Comprehension Skill: Problem Solving Characters in stories often have problems to solve and may have to try more than just one way to solve them

  6. Comprehension Skill Review: Information and Study Skills: Chapter Titles and Headings

  7. Phonics: • Endings –ed, -ing • hoped = hope + ed • hoping= hope + ing • traded = trade + ed • trading = trade + ing

  8. Phonics review: Long i (igh, ie) Word night highlight sky fly try dry find mind eye* buy* why flight my reply fit fight sit sight fighter highlight frightful dried fries replied

  9. Spelling Focus: More Words With –ed or -ing liked hoping baked usingchasedmaking closed hidingnamed riding Review: Challenge: time teasing sleep decided

  10. Key Vocabulary: event- something that takes place; an occurrence mural- a very large painting on a wall pride- the feeling that comes when one is proud of something

  11. event- something that takes place; an occurrence

  12. mural- a very large painting on a wall

  13. pride- the feeling that comes when one is proud of something

  14. Other Vocabulary: project- a large assignment That usually takes more than one day to complete scene- something that can be seen; picture or view sketches- drawings that are completed quickly and with few details

  15. project- a large assignment That usually takes more than one day to complete

  16. scene- something that can be seen; picture or view

  17. sketches- drawings that are completed quickly and with few details

  18. Other Vocabulary: banner- a long piece of piece of cloth or paper, usually with words and/or pictures bookmark- an object placed between the pages of a book to indicate where a reader stopped reading or to mark a favorite part

  19. banner- a long piece of cloth or paper, usually with words and/or pictures

  20. bookmark- an object placed between the pages of a book to indicate where a reader stopped reading or to mark a favorite part

  21. Other Vocabulary: local- having to do with a small area such as a town or neighborhood splattered- splashed reporter- a person who gathers news and writes for a newspaper

  22. local- having to do with a small area such as a town or neighborhood

  23. splattered- splashed

  24. reporter- a person who gathers news and writes for a newspaper

  25. Other Vocabulary: hobby- something that people like to do in their free time, such as drawing, reading or playing music

  26. hobby- something that people like to do in their free time, such as drawing, reading or playing music

  27. Vocabulary Skills: Using Context

  28. High-Frequency Words: below neighbor should

  29. High-Frequency Review: alphabet board child gold heart heavy mind woman

  30. Grammar Skills: • Comparing With Adjectives • Add –er to adjectives to compare two people or things. • Add –est to compare more than two people or things.

  31. Writing: A Comparison/Contrast Paragraph Giving Examples

  32. I 􀁹 Reading Books: 65 Phonics Library: Will Holly Sing? Fright Night by Anne Walker