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A Walk in the Desert Reading Street U1W4

Reading Street Unit 1 Week 4
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on 28 September 2016

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A Walk in the Desert
by Caroline Arnold
Unit 1 Week 4

Question of the Week:
What can we learn by exploring the desert?
Expository Text
Expository text tells facts about a topic.
Inflected Endings
walk
walk
s
walk
ed
walk
ing
stop
stop
s
stop
p
ed
stop
p
ing
smile
smile
s
smil
ed
smil
ing
nothing changes
double the consonant
drop the e before -ed or -ing
Vocabulary Words
animals
living things that are not
people or plants
early
at the very
beginning
eyes
part of the body
used for seeing
full
no more can fit
warm
between hot and cold
water
clear liquid that comes down from clouds
Amazing Words
arid
very dry
landform
a shape on the
surface of the land
precipitation
rain, snow, hail, or other forms of water
that come down from the clouds
dunes
sand hills piled up
by the wind
ledge
a narrow shelf
haven
a safe place
forbidding
scary or dangerous
extinct
no animals of that kind exist anymore
Spelling Words
dropped dropping
excited exciting
lifted lifting
hugged hugging
smiled smiling
talked talking

early warm
Main Idea and Details
Types of Sentences
Declarative sentences
are telling sentences. Another name for a declarative sentence is a
statement
.
Declarative sentences

begin with capital letters
and
end with periods
.
Examples of declarative sentences:
We are at school.
Dogs like to play.
Interrogative sentences
are asking sentences. Another name for an interrogative sentence is a
question
.
Interrogative sentences

begin with capital letters
and
end with question marks
.
Examples of interrogative sentences:
Do you have your homework?
Is it going to rain today?
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