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Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type
Transcript of Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type
Animal and Human
Click, Clack, Moo
To get the meaning of
To bring or come together in one place
Not able or willing to wait
Not possible or able to happen
To accept as true or real
Something that is difficult to deal with or understand
To ask firmly or to require
Full of great anger, or raging
What is making an inference?
You can use a graphic organizer like this
Use the clues from the story to try and figure out what the author wants you to know.
Let's try it out!
What inferences did the detective make?
Take notes on your paper
What story clues did you find?
What do you think the conclusion is?
Animals help people do things every day. Let's look at a few examples.
How can people and animals help each other?
Now, fill in the graphic organizer for the story.
What do the words and illustrations in the story tell you about the characters?
Read the last page of the story again. Why doesn't Duck return the typewriter?
What do you think other animals on the farm might want from Farmer Brown?
What do you think the smartest animals are?
Write a Letter
Connect to Science
A compound sentence is just two simple sentences connected with a conjunction.
Let's take a look!
think of a topic is your opinion. When writing, make sure your opinion and goals are clear to your reader
How are Click, Clack, Moo
Talk About Smart Animals
the same a different?
Think about the letter the cows wrote. Write your own letter asking an adult family member for something. Be sure to include commas in your greeting and closing.
With a partner, make a list of things from Click, Clack, Moo that animals in Talk About Smart Animals probably cannot do. Tell the class what your partners ideas were.
Simple Sentence 1
Simple Sentence 2
The man likes pizza.
The man likes corn.
The man likes pizza and corn.
We added our conjunction
The Mathematical Look at Compounds
The man likes pizza. The Man likes corn.
The man likes
So, they can be written once instead of repeating.
The object is different in each sentence
So, these parts will be connected with the conjunction.
pizza and corn.
Let's try it again!
The woman eats bread.
The woman eats jam.
Cross out the repeating part.
The woman eats
Add the different part together using a conjunction
bread and jam.
Don't forget your letter format!
Write a letter!
Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type
The subject and verb are the same in each sentence
More about Compounds
Don't forget the conjunctions
Some more examples of compounds
Tell me the conjunction used in each.
1. She did not cheat on the test, for it was not the right thing to do.
2. I am trying to study, yet I still want to play video games.
3. There was no ice cream in the freezer, nor did they have money to buy more.
4. I really like playing video games, but I should be studying instead.
5. Should we start class now, or should we wait for everyone to get here?
Some compounds have two different ideas connected
Now you try!