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The Strongest One Reading Street - 1-5
Transcript of The Strongest One Reading Street - 1-5
Predict and Set Your Purpose for Reading
Good readers want to understand and remember what they read. One way to do this is to predict what a story will be about and then read to see if you are correct.
Conventions - Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences
Imperative sentences - tells you something to do
Facts and Details
Facts - can be proven true or false
Mrs. Shultz is 10 years old. - False
We are in the second grade. - True
Retold by Joseph Bruchac
fragile; easily damaged
to seek information by questioning; ask
to place on show or display
In this story Little Red Ant
wants to find out who
is the strongest one in the
world. Will it be Little Red Ant?
Details - information to help the reader better understand.
(In a play stage directions are details)
This gives you a purpose or reason for reading the story. This story is a Drama what is a Drama?
Exclamatory sentences - show strong feelings or surprise
Get out your composition notebooks
and make a Facts and Details Graphic
Organizer about you!
Stop and Complete
the phonics worksheet from
Ant Fact Videos