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  • Reading Street Common Core 2013

    {4th Grade}

    Focus Board Posters

    Unit 1 Week 3: On the Banks

    of Plum Creek

  • Question of the Week:

    Why do we want to explore

    new places?

  • Que

    stio

    n of

    the

    Wee

    k:

    Why

    do

    we

    wan

    t to

    exp

    lore

    ne

    w p

    lace

    s?

  • Amazing Words: route coast

    desert valleys

    landscape sights

    landmarks enormous

    magnificent navigate

  • Spelling Words: (Words with Long e and o)

    sweet each three least

    freedom below throat float foam flown

    greet season croak

    shallow eagle

    indeed rainbow grown

    seaweed hollow

  • Challenge Words:

    Halloween speedometer underneath

    seacoast cocoa

  • Selection Vocab. badger

    bank bristled jointed

    patched ruffled rushes

  • Literary Elements {Character, Setting, Plot}

    Characters: people in the

    story

    Setting: where & when the story

    takes place

    Plot: the sequence of events

  • Background Knowledge:

    what a reader already knows about a given

    topic, gathered from personal

    experience.

  • Historical Fiction:

    is realistic fiction that takes place

    in the past.

    Fictional characters are

    placed in a historically

    factual setting.

  • Word Analysis: {Word Ending -ing}

    The affix ing can be added to verbs to form

    nouns or ad jectives.

    ex) bark+ -ing = barking

  • Vocabulary Skill: {Multiple-Meaning Words}

    Some words have more than one meaning. If the

    meaning you know does not make

    sense, look up the word in the

    dictionary & try each meaning in the

    sentence.

  • Literary Term: {Foreshadowing}

    Hints & clues about what will happen later in the

    story are called

    foreshadowing.

  • Convention: {Subjects & Predicates}

    The sub ject tells whom or what the sentence is

    about. The pred icate tells what the subject does.

    complete subject = all the words in the subject

    complete predicate = all the words in the

    predicate

    The girls went to the creek.

  • Writing: {Parody}

    a written work that imitates the style of

    another author or written work, using humor or

    exaggeration.

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    ys

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