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Sequence Stories

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Put images in the appropriate order and describe the relationship and the story between illustrations in which they appear.

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Lyrics2Learn

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Apply rhythm, rhyme, and educational concepts to language and reading with music. A fresh way to engage students with text.

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What doesn't belong?

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Pick the image that doesn't belong in the group of items.

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Reading Comprehension: A Summer Adventure

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Students will use deep level thinking skills as they answer questions about a true story from long ago.

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Context Clues

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Students will be able to use various context clues to find the meanings of unknown words.

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Story Elements

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Students will be able to identify and distinguish story elements in fictional stories.

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Character Traits

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Students will be able to make inferences about fictional characters and will be able to define and identify character traits.

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Inferences

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Understand the meaning of inferences, and how to use context clues and prior knowledge to make reasonable inferences.

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Compare and Contrast

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Students will understand how to compare and contrast within a text.

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Figurative Language

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Students will be able to use and interpret figurative language.

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Point of View

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Students will be able to identify and explain various narrative modes, including unreliable narration, stream of consciousness, and the epistolary novel.

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Cause and Effect

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Students will be able to identify and differentiate between cause and effect.

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Point of View

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Students will be able to explain the differences between the four primary points of view and identify the point of view in a text.

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Main Idea

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Students will write a paragraph that contains a topic sentence and supporting detail sentences.

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Narrative Point of View

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Students will be able to identify and distinguish between a first person, second person, third person limited, and third-person omniscient narrator.

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Idioms

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Students will be able to define common idioms and use them correctly in sentences.

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