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  1. “The Tree House” Author: Lois Lowry Genre: Realistic Fiction

  2. Line 1: outside inside shiny dull beautiful ugly • Pairs of words that areantonymsor opposites. • Name some antonyms you know.

  3. outside / inside

  4. shiny / dull

  5. beautiful / ugly

  6. Line 2: open close down up wide narrow top bottom • Pairs of words that areantonymsor opposites. • Name some antonyms you know.

  7. open / close

  8. down / up

  9. wide / narrow

  10. top / bottom

  11. Line 3: board bored for four no know hole whole • Homophones: words that sound the same but are spelled differently and have different meanings. • Name other homophones. • (to/too/two, there/their/they’re, here/hear)

  12. board / bored

  13. for / four

  14. no / know

  15. hole / whole

  16. Line 4: hung rehung take retake make remake • Verbs with the prefix re-. • What does the prefix re- mean? • (again) • How does the meaning of each word change by adding the prefix?

  17. hung / rehung

  18. take / retake

  19. make / remake

  20. Line 5: trunk tree branches wood • These words are related. • How are they related? • (all related to trees) • Can you add your own words to the list? • (leaves, buds, birds, squirrels, forest)

  21. branches tree wood trunk

  22. Line 6: into with lift visit window • These words are found in the story, and review the /i/ sound.

  23. into with

  24. window

  25. lift visit

  26. Sentence 1: The boards were crooked, and the roof had holes where the pieces of wood didn’t quite meet. • Which word has a homophone? • (hole) • What would the homophone be? • (whole) • Give me a definition for each word.

  27. Sentence 2: Chrissy wondered what Leah had inside her tree house. • Can you find a word line that has words that are related to “tree house”? • (Line 5)

  28. Sentence 3: There was a little porch where you could sit with your legs dangling. • Can you identify a word that has an antonym? • (little) • Can you give its antonym? • (big)

  29. Sentence 4: You can get fresh air if you lift open a window. • Which words contain the /i/ sound spelled i ? • (if, lift, window)

  30. Oral Language

  31. L 1: outside inside shiny dull beautiful ugly L 2: open close down up wide narrow top bottom L 3: board bored for four no know hole whole L 4: hung rehung take retake make remake L 5: trunk tree branches wood L 6: into with lift visit window • Choose a word and only call out the line and the position of the word. (example, “Line 1, Word 3”= shiny) • on dark happy asleep big soft say an antonym for each of these words.