Lesson 6: Max’s Words
Genre: Humorous Fiction
Target Skill: Sequence of Events
Target Strategy: Question
Essential Question: What clues in a story help you figure out the sequence of events?
Big Idea: We communicate in many ways.
collect: To gather as a hobby or for study.
scramble: To mix together in a confused mass.
order: An arrangement of things one after the other.
sort: To arrange by class, kind, or size; classify
rapidly: Swiftly; speedily
continue: To keep on or persist in.
dart: Move or run somewhere suddenly or rapidly.
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Cursive Spelling Practice: Unit 2 Lesson 6 - Max's Words
Lesson 7: What Do Illustrators Do?
Genre: Informational Text
Target Skill: Text and Graphic Features
Target Strategy: Analyze/Evaluate
Essential Question: How do pictures help to tell a story?
imagine: to see a picture in your mind
tools: things people use to help them do a job
illustrate: to make pictures that show or explain something
scribbles: drawings or doodles, drawn in a quick or careless way
sketches: quick drawings without much detail
tracing: used to copy or trace lines
research: careful study of a subject or problem
textures: the ways that surfaces look and feel
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Lesson 8: The Harvest Birds
Target Skill: Conclusions
Target Strategy: Infer/Predict
Essential Question: What do traditional tales tell readers about life?
harvest: the ripe crops that are gathered
separate: divide into groups
ashamed: feeling guilty; sorry, or embarrassed
borders: the edges of a place
advice: ideas or suggestions about what someone should do
borrow: to use something that someone else owns and return it later
patch: a small piece of land
serious: not playful or silly; not joking
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Lesson 9: Kamishibai Man
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Target Skill: Cause and Effect
Target Strategy: Monitor/Clarify
Vocabulary Strategy: Dictionary/Glossary
Essential Question: How is a live performance different from other kinds of entertainment?
familiar: well known from being seen often
applause: clapping meant to show appreciation or enjoyment
vacant: empty or not occupied
rickety: shaky or likely to fall apart
blurry: unclear or smeared
blasted: made a sudden, loud sound
jerky: moving in sudden, uneven, or awkward ways
rude: impolite or having bad manners
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Lesson 10: Young Thomas Edison
Target Skill: Main Idea and Details
Target Strategy: Summarize
Vocabulary Strategy: Shades of Meaning
Essential Question: What important traits must an inventor have?
invention: an original device, system, or process
experiment: a test to find out or prove something
laboratory: a place where scientists work and do experiments
genius: extraordinary intellectual power, especially seen in creative ability
gadget: a small, useful machine or device
electric: powered by electricity, a form of energy caused by the motion of electrons and protons
signal: a sound, motion, or other sign that sends a message
occasional: happening from time to time
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