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  1. Reading Skills Interactive Power Point to learn about reading skills

  2. Click on what you would like to practice • Cause and Effect • Main Idea • Details • Prefix, Suffix, Root • Author’s Purpose • Sequencing • Compare and Contrast • Predictions • Inferring &Drawing Conclusions • Context Clues • Multiple-Meaning Words • Fact and Opinion

  3. Cause And Effect • Definition • The cause is why something happens • The effect is what happens as a result • Examples • I ran down the hall, so I lost my recess. • It was cold out, so I had to dress warmly. • I tripped and fell because there was a rock in my way. Cause Effect Next

  4. PRACTICE!!Tim was walking to school one day and found a small key in the school parking lot. Tim took the key inside and gave it to his teacher. She smiled at him and said “Thank you for returning my car key!” Tim felt happy that he helped his teacher for the rest of the day. • What caused Tim’s teacher to smile? • A. He felt happy for the rest of the day • B. He walked to school • C. He found her keys • D. He came to school • What effect did doing a good deed have on Tim? • A. He was sad • B. He was mad • C. He was happy • D. He was scared Hint! Why was Tim’s teacher happy with him? Hint! How did Tim feel after giving his teacher the keys? Next

  5. PRACTICE!!Tim was walking to school one day and found a small key in the school parking lot. Tim took the key inside and gave it to his teacher. She smiled at him and said “Thank you for returning my car key!” Tim felt happy that he helped his teacher for the rest of the day. • What caused Tim’s teacher to smile? • A. He felt happy for the rest of the day • B. He walked to school • C. He found her keys • D. He came to school • What effect did doing a good deed have on Tim? • A. He was sad • B. He was mad • C. He was happy • D. He was scared The reason that this is the best answer is that the reason that the teacher smiled is because Tim found her keys The reason that this is the best answer is because Tim gave his teacher the car keys and that made her happy Next

  6. Quiz Time!Sal’s tooth hurt all day through school. When she was riding the bus she hit her head off of the seat and her tooth flew out. That night she put her tooth under her pillow and the tooth fairy left her a dime. • What caused Sal’s tooth to fall out? • A. It was hurting • B. The tooth fairy gave her a dime • C. The dime was under Sal’s pillow • D. Sal hit her head on a bus seat • Click on your answer!

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  9. Quiz Time!!!I had a great time at Grandpa’s! I thought it was going to be very boring, but then Grandpa told me stories about back when he was a boy. I really liked the stories and listened to them all the time. Grandpa told me one every night before I went to bed. I am glad I gave Grandpa a chance instead of being stubborn. • What was the effect of the narrator giving Grandpa a chance? • A. The person was bored at Grandpa’s house • B. The person was mad that Grandpa only told stories about his childhood • C. The person had fun listening to Grandpa’s stories • D. The person was sad at night when grandpa told him stories

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  12. Main Idea • The main idea of a story or paragraph is what the paragraph or story is about. • The main idea is usually the first sentence in a paragraph, but sometimes the main idea is not said at all. • Examples • Koalas eat eucalyptus leaves. They can eat more than 10 pounds a day! They spend most of their lives eating eucalyptus leaves. • Think: What is this paragraph about? • The main idea is Koalas eat eucalyptus leaves. Next

  13. More Examples • Sometime s the main idea is not written in the paragraph. • Squid live in the dark abyss of the ocean where there is no light at all. Because there is no light, some squid light up. This is called an adaptation that the squid has. Adaptations help animals stay alive. The way squid light up help them find food. • Think about what the paragraph here is about. The main idea should be what the paragraph is about. • The main idea is: Squid have adaptations to help them live Next

  14. Practice! Chameleons use camouflage to hunt. They change colors to blend in with their surroundings to disguise that they are hunting for food. The flies that they hunt do not even notice the chameleons sneaking up on them thanks to their camouflage. Quickly the chameleon uses its sticky tongue to catch the flies. • What is the main idea of this paragraph? • A. They change colors to blend in with their surroundings. • B. Chameleons use camouflage to hunt • C. The flies they are hunting do not even notice the chameleons sneaking up on them • D. Quickly the chameleon uses its sticky tongue to catch the flies • What would be a good title for this passage? • A. Chameleons use their tongues to hunt • B. The flies never notice • C. Chameleons changing • D. Chameleons use Camouflage Hint! What is this paragraph about? Hint! Think about the main idea! Next

  15. Practice! Chameleons use camouflage to hunt. They change colors to blend in with their surroundings to disguise that they are hunting for food. The flies that they hunt do not even notice the chameleons sneaking up on them thanks to their camouflage. Quickly the chameleon uses its sticky tongue to catch the flies. • What is the main idea of this paragraph? • A. They change colors to blend in with their surroundings. • B. Chameleons use camouflage to hunt • C. The flies they are hunting do not even notice the chameleons sneaking up on them • D. Quickly the chameleon uses its sticky tongue to catch the flies • What would be a good title for this passage? • A. Chameleons use their tongues to hunt • B. The flies never notice • C. Chameleons changing • D. Chameleons use Camouflage The reason that this is the best answer is because answer B is what the paragraph is about This is the best answer because it describes what the paragraph is about Next

  16. Quiz Time!Mary did not like school in her new town at all. Kids made fun of her accent and bright blonde hair. Every one thought she was a freak because she didn’t wear the same clothes as them. • What is the main idea of this story? • A. Every one thought she was a freak • B. Mary did not like school in her new town at all • C. They made fun of her blonde hair • D. Kids made fun of her accent • Click on your answer!

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  19. Quiz Time!Spiders are feared by most people in the United States. Spiders have eight legs and appear scary to some people. Some spiders are harmful to people if they are bitten. But spiders are helpful to people too. They catch and eat pesky flies. • What would be the best new title for the paragraph? • A. Spiders are Scary • B. Most feared animal on the planet • C. Fly eaters • D. Helpful and Harmful Spiders • Click on your answer!

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  22. Details • The details give information that support to the main idea. • Details usually answer questions like where, when, how, and why? • Example: • Chameleons use camouflage to hunt. They change colors to blend in with their surroundings to disguise that they are hunting for food. The flies that they hunt do not even notice the chameleons sneaking up on them thanks to their camouflage. Quickly the chameleon uses its sticky tongue to catch the flies. Details Next

  23. Practice!Old cars are a treasure to some people. Old, or antique cars are sold for large amounts of money because they are worth more to people. People go to shows to show off their antique cars. Many people like antique cars because of their old- fashioned style and radios. Some people pay extra money to keep their car clean. • Which detail best supports the main idea that Old cars are a treasure to some people? • A. People go to shows to show off their antique cars • B. Some people pay extra money to keep their cars clean • C. Many people like the old fashioned radio • D. Antique cars are sold for large amounts of money because they are worth more to people • Which detail does NOT support the main idea? • A. People like the radios • B. People pay extra to keep their cars clean • C. People go to shows to show off their antique cars • D. Old, or antique cars are sold for a lot of money because they are worth more to people Hint! Think of what the main idea means Hint! Think of what doesn’t have to be in the paragraph and still make sense Next

  24. Practice!Old cars are a treasure to some people. Old, or antique cars are sold for large amounts of money because they are worth more to people. People go to shows to show off their antique cars. Many people like antique cars because of their old- fashioned style and radios. Some people pay extra money to keep their car clean. • Which detail best supports the main idea? • A. People go to shows to show off their antique cars • B. Some people pay extra money to keep their cars clean • C. Many people like the old fashioned radio • D. Antique cars are sold for large amounts of money because they are worth more to people • Which detail does NOT support the main idea? • A. People like the radios • B. People pay extra to keep their cars clean • C. People go to shows to show off their antique cars • D. Old, or antique cars are sold for a lot of money because they are worth more to people This is the best answer because answer D says things that go with the main idea This is the best answer because the sentence about people liking the radios does not talk about how people treasure old cars Next

  25. Details QuizPhones are good inventions. Phones are very helpful to people all over the world by letting people talk to each other from far away. Phones started out being only in homes but over the years, people have made cell phones. Cell phones are good because your can talk where ever you go. Cell phones are also good for emergencies. • Which detail best supports the main idea that Phones are good inventions? • A. Phones are very helpful to people all over the world by letting people talk to each other from far away • B. Phones started out being only in homes but over the years, people have made cell phones • C. Cell phones are good because your can talk where ever you go • D. Cell phones are also good for emergencies

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  28. Details Quiz!Abraham Lincoln was a good president. He fought against slavery and led America to victory in the Civil War. He was reelected president because people liked him so much. Some people did not like him though because he was ending slavery. • Which detail does NOT support the main idea that Abraham Lincoln was a good president? • A. He fought against slavery • B. He led America to victory in the Civil War • C. Some people did not like him because he was ending slavery • D. He was reelected president people like him so much

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  31. Prefixes, suffixes, and roots Next

  32. Prefixes, Suffixes and Roots • A prefix is added to the BEGINNNINGof a root word • A suffix is added to the ENDING of a root word • The root word is the basic part of the word, without the prefixes or suffixes • The prefix or suffix changes the meaning of the root word Next

  33. Examples Next

  34. Practice!Sally was making a poster for her art class. She was working very hard on it to make it look perfect. She was using washable markers in case she got some on her clothes. When she was all finished she walked outside. The rain was pouring down on her poster and Sally ran as fast as she could. When she saw that most of the poster was washed away she thought the poster was hopeless. Sally’s art teacher understood and she still got credit for the poster. Sally overjoyed that the art teacher still gave her credit. • What does the suffix –able on the word washable tell you? • A. The markers can be washed off • B. the markers can’t be washed off • C. The markers are smelly • D. The markers are made for drawing on posters • What does the prefix Over- mean in overjoyed? • A. kind of happy • B. Not happy • C. Very Happy • D. Excited Hint! Think of what the word able means by its self. Hint! Put the word over and joy together and combine what they both mean Next

  35. Practice!Sally was making a poster for her art class. She was working very hard on it to make it look perfect. She was using washable markers in case she got some on her clothes. When she was all finished she walked outside. The rain was pouring down on her poster and Sally ran as fast as she could. When she saw that most of the poster was washed away she thought the poster was hopeless. Sally’s art teacher understood and she still got credit for the poster. Sally overjoyed that the art teacher still gave her credit. • What does the suffix –able on the word washable tell you? • A. The markers can be washed off • B. the markers can’t be washed off • C. The markers are smelly • D. The markers are made for drawing on posters • What does the prefix Over- mean in overjoyed? • A. kind of happy • B. Not happy • C. Very Happy • D. Excited This is the best answer because able means to do something. This is the answer because over means a lot and joy means happy. Next

  36. Prefix, Suffix, and Roots QuizBob was a duck. Bob lived in a pond with other ducks. The other ducks did not like Bob because he was very lazy. Other ducks would walk past Bob’s nest and comment on how untidy it was. Bob was upset at this and decided to clean his nest. • What does the prefix on the word untidy tell you? • A. the nest was clean • B. the nest was not clean • C. the nest was smelly • D. the nest was ugly

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  39. Quiz Time!!Princess Diana of England was a very popular princess. Most people in England adored her. She was very quiet and beautiful. Sadly, she lived a short life when she died in a car accident. Thousands of people were in despair. • What does the suffix on the word sadly mean? • A. not sad • B. sad again • C. the act of being sad • D. able to be sad

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  42. Fact and Opinion • Facts tell you things that are happening or have happened and can be proved. • Opinions tell how you feel and personal thoughts. Opinions can’t be proved and usually use key words like I think, should, must, and in my opinion. Next

  43. Examples • Opinions tell how you feel: • I think it’s a good idea to build a park. • You cant prove that it’s a good idea to build a park because not everyone may think that. • Facts tell things that are always true: • Independence Day is on July 4th. • You can prove that July 4th is Independence Day. Next

  44. Practice!Diamonds are the hardest thing on Earth. Nothing can scratch diamonds. Diamonds are sometimes put in drills and other tools because they are so hard. People also love diamonds because they are beautiful. Diamonds are expensive because they are very valuable and hard to get. • Which is an opinion in the story? • A. Diamonds are the hardest thing on Earth • B. People love diamonds because they are beautiful. • C. Diamonds are sometimes put in drills • D. Nothing can scratch diamonds. • Which is a fact in the story? • A. People love diamonds because they are beautiful • B. Diamonds are hard to get • C. Diamonds are valuable • D. Diamonds are the hardest thing on Earth Hint! Which choice is a personal thought. Hint! Which choice can be proven? Next

  45. Practice!Diamonds are the hardest thing on Earth. Nothing can scratch diamonds. Diamonds are sometimes put in drills and other tools because they are so hard. People also love diamonds because they are beautiful. Diamonds are expensive because they are very valuable and hard to get. • Which is an opinion in the story? • A. Diamonds are the hardest thing on Earth • B. People love diamonds because they are beautiful. • C. Diamonds are sometimes put in drills • D. Nothing can scratch diamonds. • Which is a fact in the story? • A. People love diamonds because they are beautiful • B. Diamonds are hard to get • C. Diamonds are valuable • D. Diamonds are the hardest thing on Earth This is the best answer because some people might not think that diamonds are beautiful This is the best answer because it is true and can be proven that diamonds are the hardest thing on Earth Next

  46. Fact and Opinion Quiz! Fruits and vegetables are an important part of a balanced diet. Fruits are good for you and help you get minerals that are essential to helping you grow. Vegetables are healthy and help you get lots of vitamins. Fruits and veggies can be grown at home to be extra tasty! • Which is an opinion? • A. Fruits and vegetables are an important part of a balanced diet • B. Fruits help you get essential minerals • C. Fruits and veggies can be grown at home to be extra tasty! • D. Vegetables help you get vitamins

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  49. Quiz Time!!Hawaii is an island in the Pacific ocean that is a state in America. Hawaiian people have traditional feasts all the time. They make a delicious food called poi. Poi is made of chopped up taro leaf. The Hawaiians make a tasty dessert out of hibiscus nectar and ice. They put the sweet nectar an ice like a slushy. • Which is a fact? • A. The Hawaiians make a tasty dessert out of hibiscus nectar • B. Poi is made of chopped up taro leaf • C. They make a delicious food called poi • D. They put the sweet nectar on the ice like a slushy

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