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									“Emerald’s Eggs”
    Lesson 10
     Day 3
  Question of the Day
• What types of resources
  would have more
  information about sea
  turtles?
            Realistic Fiction
 Characters and events are like
  real
 Takes place in a setting that is
  real or familiar
 Includes a challenge or
  problem that might happen in
  real life

Purpose of realistic fiction
 To gain knowledge about the
  topic

*As you listened while I read “Mira
   Sees the Light” , what did you
   learn about sea turtles?
                Good Readers:
                Read Fluently
                 Intonation and Phrasing:
When good readers read aloud, they
 Vary their intonation to keep the interest of their
  listeners.
 Pause between groups of words that go together.
             Good Readers:
         Reread and Summarize
Monitor your comprehension while you read. If
 something in the text is unclear, reread to help you
 better understand the information.

As you read, pause to summarize the most important
  ideas in the text.

Let’s practice these Good Reader Skills…
Turn to page 274
             Review Skill
   Author’s Purpose and Perspective
Authors have different purposes, or reasons
  for writing.
An author may also have a perspective, or
  point of view, about a topic, which is
  revealed in the text.
Clues and details in the text may reveal an
  author’s purpose and perspective.
               Review Skill
        Plot: Conflict & Resolution
• A story’s plot includes a conflict and a
  resolution.
• The conflict is a problem or challenge
  faced by the main character. The
  resolution is how the character solves the
  problem.
• Story events move the story from conflict
  to resolution.
  Prefixes, Suffixes, And Roots
• A root is the basic part of a word and
  gives the word its meaning.
• A root that can stand on its own is called a
  root word.
• A prefix is a word part that is added to the
  beginning of the root word.
• A suffix is a word part that is added to the
  end of a root.
• Turn to page 56 in your Reading Practice
  book to practice Prefixes, Suffixes, and
  Roots.
        Locating Information
•
    Some electronic Sources:
    –
        Library Database is a collection of records about
        all the books and other resources in the library.
    –
        CD ROM encyclopedia the text of an encyclopedia
        stored in a CD ROM disc
    –
        Online Magazine and newspapers have been
        especially designed to be read on a computer that
        has an internet connection
    Word Attack: VCCV patterns
    different medial consonants
• basket      (bas) (ket)
   vccv
Each consonant has its own sound

• Bother       the consonants th say
  together and make one sound.
Spelling: Words with VCCV
Different Medial Consonant

        •   service
        •   jersey
        •   mother
        •   problem
        •   subject
 Let’s Review some of the
Vocabulary words we have
 learned over the past 5
          weeks 
                     darted
• An animal that darted
  moved suddenly and
  quickly in a particular
  direction.
• If someone darted out
  of a room, was the
  person acting
  serenely? Explain.
                    jostling
• If the people in a
  crowd push or knock
  against you, they are
  jostling you.
• Would extensive
  jostling in a crowd be
  likely to cause
  consternation?
  Explain.
                 inspecting
• Someone who is
  inspecting something
  is looking at it very
  carefully.
• If you were inspecting
  a bicycle you wanted
  to buy, which parts
  would you look at?
                        slick
• If something is slick, it
  is presented in an
  attractive way.
• Which would you find
  slick-a robot that does
  homework or a new
  kind of pizza? Why?
                   nimble
• If someone is nimble,
  he or she moves
  quickly, lightly, and
  easily.
• Which job would
  require you to be
  nimble- a ballet
  dancer or a computer
  programmer? Why?
                 Bond
•
    A bond is a feeling
    or interest that
    unites two or
    more people or
    groups.
•
    What is a bond
    that you share
    with your best
    friend?
             Preserve
•
    To preserve
    something is to
    keep it from being
    harmed or
    changed.
•
    Why might you
    preserve your
    favorite
    photographs?
                untangled
• If you untangled
  something, you untied
  knots in it or
  straightened it if it
  was twisted.
• How could you
  untangle a fishing
  line?
                   solitary
To live in a solitary way is
 to be alone most of the
 time.
                  nurture
If you nurture a living
   thing, you care for it
   while it is growing and
   developing.
              Spelling Words

•   castle               •   Accent
•   handle               •   Service
•   Ruffle               •   Jersey
•   Icicle               •   Mother
•   Fable                •   Problem
•   Soccer               •   Subject
•   Appear               •   Complete
•   Hollow               •   Mattress
•   Classic              •   Purchase
•   college              •   luncheon

								
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