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  • Day One Day Two Day Three Day Four Day Five Word Work Word Work High Frequency Words High Frequency Words Phonics Practice Phonics Practice Additional Resources Additional Resources
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  • What kind of adventures can you have in the city?
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  • Setting Where and when the story takes place is called the setting. What is the setting for Abuela? Where does the story take place? When does it take place? Rosalba and Abuela had an adventure on a sunny day in the city.
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  • WhatWhere/When Where and when do we come together to learn? Eating supper Playing baseball In the classroom during the day. Setting What is the setting for different things we do every day?
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  • Amazing Words
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  • i can go to see you
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  • I can go to see you.
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  • Word Practice p eg
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  • l eg
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  • b ell
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  • Word Practice p et
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  • r ed
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  • t ent
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  • Word Practice m ess
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  • Word Practice t en
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  • go from here
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  • Word Practice Bengethencan redhiddidnot Keninranpen gotLen herefrom
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  • Pronouns The word I is a special little word. We use the word I to tell about ourselves.
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  • Reader
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  • How is the city the same or different from here?
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  • i go to The park
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  • I go to the park.
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  • Shared Reading Page 5 What are these people getting on? Have you ever ridden a city bus? What was it like? Pages 67 Who is the little girl with? What kinds of places can you go on a bus? Pages 89 What are Rosalba and Abuela doing? What are other people doing at the park?
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  • Shared Reading Pages 1011 What is the little girl doing in this picture? Can she really fly? Pages 1213 What is Abuela doing now? Where do you think they will fly on their adventure? Pages 1415 What are they flying over? What are some of these people doing?
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  • Shared Reading Pages 1617 What are Rosalba and Abuela doing now? Have you ever looked down from the sky? Pages 1819 Where are Rosalba and Abuela now? Who do they see? Pages 2021 What are Rosalba and Abuela looking at? What kind of fruit would you like the ship to bring?
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  • Shared Reading Pages 2223 Where are they now? Do you know which city has the Statue of Liberty? Pages 2425 Where did Rosalba and Abuela fly next? How many planes do you see at the airport? Pages 2627 What are they doing now? Why did they stop flying?
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  • Shared Reading Pages 2829 Where are Abuela and Rosalba sitting? What do you see? Pages 3031 What other things do you see in the sky? What is down below Abuela and Rosalba? Pages 3233 What are some of the people in the buildings doing? Who do they see in the window?
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  • Shared Reading Pages 3435 Where are Rosalba and Abuela? What do they see in the park? Pages 3637 What does Abuela want to do now? What is one thing Rosalba loves about Abuela? Pages 3839 Where are Abuela and Rosalba going? What kinds of things will they see on the lake? Page 40 What is it called?
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  • Word Practice be d
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  • Te d
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  • pe t
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  • bi g
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  • fe d
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  • me t
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  • te nt
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  • Word Practice can
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  • nest
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  • Word Practice you
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  • Word Practice here
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  • Word Practice do
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  • Word Practice from
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  • Word Practice five
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  • Word Practice two
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  • Word Practice three
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  • Word Practice one
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  • Word Practice there
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  • Lets Write! Abuela takes her granddaughter to fun and exciting places in the city. Where would you like to go in the city?
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  • Did you ever go on a city adventure?
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  • can You dig here
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  • Can you dig here?
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  • Realism and Fantasy A realistic story tells about something that could happen in real life. A fantasy is make-believe. Could Rosalba and her abuela fly over the city in real life? Could they land in places and sit on clouds in real life? Could the story Abuela really happen or is it make-believe?
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  • Setting What do you think you would see on a city bus? What were some of the things the girl saw in the park? What other people and things could you see in a city?
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  • Word Practice b ell
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  • Word Practice bill
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  • Word Practice b eg
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  • big
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  • g ot
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  • get
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  • t e n
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  • ta n
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  • BenMomgetset cabDadtellsspot
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  • Lets Write Poetry Humpty Dumpty Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king's horses, And all the king's men, Could not put Humpty together again.
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  • How can you get to the city?
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  • i look like abuela
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  • I look like Abuela.
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  • Summarize Sometimes we try to tell what a story is about in just a few sentences. This is called summarizing. Lets try to summarize Abuela: A girl named Rosalba and Abuela go to the park. The girl thinks of adventures they could go on. At the end they go on another adventure, a boat ride in the park.
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  • Pronouns We use the pronoun I to talk about ourselves. Answer the following questions using the pronoun I. What do you like to eat? What sports do you play?
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  • What kind of adventures can you have in the city?
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  • i have a bell
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  • I have a bell.
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  • are
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  • do
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  • one
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  • that
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  • they
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  • you
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  • of
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  • two
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  • look
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  • see
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  • she
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  • three
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  • with
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  • me
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  • for
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  • four
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  • he
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  • we
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  • my
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  • five
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  • like
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  • have
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  • is
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  • little
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  • I
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  • a
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  • the
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  • Websites: Starfall Letter Jj http://www.starfall.com/n/level-k/letter-j/load.htm?f Chicken Stacker- vowel game (a,e,i,o) http://pbskids.org/lions/games/stacker.htm http://pbskids.org/lions/games/stacker.htm US Symbols Match http://www.primarygames.com/holidays/july4/games/match_up/usa_match.htm Cooking With Abuela game http://pbskids.org/mayaandmiguel/english/games/cooking/recipe3_game.html Maya and Miguel Adventure Scrapbook game http://pbskids.org/mayaandmiguel/english/games/scrapbook/index.html Sounds Game http://www.learnenglish.org.uk/kids/phonics/index_obtree.html Dora the Explorer- color words in Spanish bingo cards http://www.nickjr.com/parenting/ages_and_stages/5/language/dora_car_c olors.jhtml Abuela activities http://arthurdorros.com/escape/activities-abuela.html

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