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  • Tanyas Reunion By: Valerie Flournoy American Stories Theme 2, Selection 2, Day 1 Taught By: Mr. Williams By: Valerie Flournoy American Stories Theme 2, Selection 2, Day 1 Taught By: Mr. Williams
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  • Making Inferences
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  • No Plans? No Problem! Comprehension Skill: Making Inferences What details tell you that LEnfant was a proud man? How did LEnfant feel about his assistants? How do you know? Why was Banneker able to remember LEnfants designs so exactly? What does this show about Bannekers skills?
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  • Decoding Root Words sign & spect What is a Root Word?signTo marksignalsignaturesignifyspectTo look atinspectspectaclesexpected
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  • arrangements
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  • gathering
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  • great-uncle
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  • homestead
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  • persisted
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  • pitches in
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  • arrangements Plans made beforehand, preparation gathering A coming together of people great-uncle A grandparents brother persisted Continued repeatedly without giving up pitches in Helps others out to get the job done homestead A house with land and buildings on it arrangements Plans made beforehand, preparation gathering A coming together of people great-uncle A grandparents brother persisted Continued repeatedly without giving up pitches in Helps others out to get the job done homestead A house with land and buildings on it Key Reunion Vocabulary
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  • Tanyas Reunion Inference Outline 1.After reading each page, use Practice Book p. 132 to compile Inferences of the selection. 2.At the end of the story use the information you have gathered to describe the structural elements on the back of your sheet. 3.Make sure you are detailing the prior knowledge used to make each inference. Remember, only you have those experiences so you must describe very well. 4.When finished go back and reread this weeks selection in order to improve reading fluency. Inference Outline 1.After reading each page, use Practice Book p. 132 to compile Inferences of the selection. 2.At the end of the story use the information you have gathered to describe the structural elements on the back of your sheet. 3.Make sure you are detailing the prior knowledge used to make each inference. Remember, only you have those experiences so you must describe very well. 4.When finished go back and reread this weeks selection in order to improve reading fluency.
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  • Tanyas Reunion By: Valerie Flournoy American Stories Theme 2, Selection 2, Day 2 Taught By: Mr. Williams By: Valerie Flournoy American Stories Theme 2, Selection 2, Day 2 Taught By: Mr. Williams
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  • arrangements
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  • gathering
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  • great-uncle
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  • homestead
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  • persisted
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  • pitches in
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  • arrangements Plans made beforehand, preparation gathering A coming together of people great-uncle A grandparents brother persisted Continued repeatedly without giving up pitches in Helps others out to get the job done homestead A house with land and buildings on it arrangements Plans made beforehand, preparation gathering A coming together of people great-uncle A grandparents brother persisted Continued repeatedly without giving up pitches in Helps others out to get the job done homestead A house with land and buildings on it Key Reunion Vocabulary
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  • Tanyas Reunion With your partner, discuss questions 1-6 on page 212 of your text. You may look back in your text if you need to. When you're finished begin thinking about the following questions. 3. How are the characters lives changed by moving to the new place 1. Who is the main character in the story? 2. Where do the characters go in the story? 4. Have you ever felt like the main character did in the story when they moved to a new place?
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  • Comprehension Strategy: Making Inferences Using a Frame and Arrow Map, sequence what you think at the five most important events of the story.
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  • Dictionary Entry Words
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  • Tanyas Reunion By: Valerie Flournoy American Stories Theme 2, Selection 2, Day 3 Taught By: Mr. Williams By: Valerie Flournoy American Stories Theme 2, Selection 2, Day 3 Taught By: Mr. Williams
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  • arrangements Plans made beforehand, preparation gathering A coming together of people great-uncle A grandparents brother persisted Continued repeatedly without giving up pitches in Helps others out to get the job done homestead A house with land and buildings on it arrangements Plans made beforehand, preparation gathering A coming together of people great-uncle A grandparents brother persisted Continued repeatedly without giving up pitches in Helps others out to get the job done homestead A house with land and buildings on it Key Reunion Vocabulary
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  • Dictionary Entry Words Some words are not used as entry words in the dictionary. Plural forms of nouns such as foxes, cousins, elephants, and pennies are not used as entry words. -ed and ing forms of verbs such as crying, studying, listened, and raised are not used as entry words. -er and est forms of adjectives such as faster, higher, biggest, and brightest are not used as entry words.
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  • Extreme Partner Reading First Step: Read the story summary quietly to yourself. If you finish before time is up, read through it again. Second Step: Now that you have read through the story summary, go through it again using hand gestures as you read. If you finish before time is up, read through it again with gestures. Third Step: Turn to your partner and take turns reading the summary with lots of expression. Fourth Step: With your partner, take turns reading with passage with lots of expression and gestures. Last Step: Using your best expression, ask your partner three questions about what you have read. When you are asked, be sure to answer with intense expressions. First Step: Read the story summary quietly to yourself. If you finish before time is up, read through it again. Second Step: Now that you have read through the story summary, go through it again using hand gestures as you read. If you finish before time is up, read through it again with gestures. Third Step: Turn to your partner and take turns reading the summary with lots of expression. Fourth Step: With your partner, take turns reading with passage with lots of expression and gestures. Last Step: Using your best expression, ask your partner three questions about what you have read. When you are asked, be sure to answer with intense expressions.
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  • Tanyas Reunion By: Valerie Flournoy American Stories Theme 2, Selection 2, Day 4 Taught By: Mr. Williams By: Valerie Flournoy American Stories Theme 2, Selection 2, Day 4 Taught By: Mr. Williams
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  • Decoding Root Words sign & spect What is a Root Word?signTo marksignalsignaturesignifyspectTo look atinspectspectaclesexpected
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  • arrangements Plans made beforehand, preparation gathering A coming together of people great-uncle A grandparents brother persisted Continued repeatedly without giving up pitches in Helps others out to get the job done homestead A house with land and buildings on it arrangements Plans made beforehand, preparation gathering A coming together of people great-uncle A grandparents brother persisted Continued repeatedly without giving up pitches in Helps others out to get the job done homestead A house with land and buildings on it Key Reunion Vocabulary
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  • Tanyas Reunion By: Valerie Flournoy American Stories Theme 2, Selection 2, Day 5 Taught By: Mr. Williams By: Valerie Flournoy American Stories Theme 2, Selection 2, Day 5 Taught By: Mr. Williams
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  • Key Reunion Vocabulary 1.Make sure your name, date, and assignment are written clearly on the top left of the paper. 2.Turn your test paper to me and put your answer key in the reading basket. 3.Finish your Mountain Language. 4.Finish any other unfinished work. 1.Make sure your name, date, and assignment are written clearly on the top left of the paper. 2.Turn your test paper to me and put your answer key in the reading basket. 3.Finish your Mountain Language. 4.Finish any other unfinished work.