Now, you are going to read a paragraph about a science topic. While you are reading, pay attention to the details and to any inferences that you might be drawing while you read. Then, you will answer the questions. Does anyone have any questions? Feedback: Say: Who would like to share their answers?
Allow the students to share and go over the answers. Why or why not? Main: Say: A fairytale is a story written for children that has magic or imaginary beings and lands. Fairytales are meant to be entertaining.
All fairytales have certain elements that are the same. One of the characters in the fairytale is usually royalty, such as a prince, princess, king or queen. One of the characters is usually poor or from a poor working family. Another element of a fairytale is that something magical happens. There might be a spell cast, animals talking or fairies, trolls or elves. Fairytales have a problem that needs to be solved. Generally, it takes three tries to solve the problem. Numbers or patterns are also common in fairytales. Now, you are going to read two fairytales.
While you are reading them, think about how they are the same and how they are different. Think about the different elements of a fairytale and which elements they have. Then, you will fill in the table. What aspects of the fairy tales are the same? Group these sentences into one sentence: He ate dinner. Then he headed out to see Phil.
Phil was at his house. If you finish quickly, group these sentences into one sentence: Hector put on his shirt. Hector slung the guitar over his shoulder. The guitar belonged to him. Hector was surprised at how well he had turned out.
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Rowanne was surprised at how well he had turned out. Ungroup this sentence from Cris Cross: As if to welcome them, a half-dozen lights on tall poles flickered to life. If you finish, ungroup this sentence from Criss Cross: Because his burden of garbage was large and precarious, he could not look down at the path and had to go by the feel of dirt under his sneakers. When the web is finished, the spider waits for insects to fly into its web.
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Pop is up! Group these sentences into one sentence: Jack walks to the store. Jack walks to the school. Ungroup this sentence: Pop jumped on the bed and on the couch. There once was a baby koala so soft and round that everyone who saw her loved her. There once was a baby koala so soft and round that everyone who saw her loved her Lesson 1 What do you notice about these sentences?
It is my first morning of high school. I have seven new notebooks, a skirt I hate, and a stomachache. Try to have your items in a series tell us about your character. It is my first day of high school. I have… It is my first day of swimming.
I have… It is my first day at camp. I have… Items in a list need commas.
These lessons can be used throughout the year to replace Daily Oral Language or error-based editing strategies with a more effective method for improving student writing. Prentice Hall Writing Coach. The Book Whisperer.