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The Strongest One Reading Street U1W5

Reading Street Unit 1 Week 5
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Cheryl Jacobs

on 10 December 2013

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Transcript of The Strongest One Reading Street U1W5

Consonant Digraphs
Consonant digraphs are 2 or 3 consonants that stand for a single sound.
Spelling Words
that wish
patch itch
when what
math them
shape whale
chase bunch

gone often
Vocabulary Words
Amazing Words
Year 5
Genre: Drama

Drama is a story that is written to be acted out for others.

Question of the Week:
How does exploration help us find answers?
ch
air
wa
tch
sh
ark
ma
th
wh
ale
gone
left; went
learn
to gain knowledge or understanding
often
many times; frequently
pieces
little bits torn or broken from a thing
though
in spite of something
together
in one group
very
extremely
sturdy
strong and solid
delicate
thin and easily broken; fragile
inquire
to ask questions; to try to
find out about something
exhibit
something set up for people
to look at to get information
resist
work against something
stun
to shock; to surprise
genius
a person who is very smart
satisfaction
when you feel pleased and contented with something
Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences
An
imperative sentence
is a sentence that tells someone to do something. It is also called a
command
. The subject of a
command
is you, but you is usually not shown.
An
imperative sentence
or a
command
begins with a
capital letter
and ends with a
period
.
Examples:
Do your homework.
Eat your vegetables.
An
exclamatory sentence
is a sentence that shows surprise or strong feeling. It is also called an
exclamation
.
An
exclamatory sentence
or an
exclamation
begins with a capital letter and ends with an exclamation point.
Examples:
I love my new present!
I'm so excited to see you!
The Strongest One
retold by Joseph Bruchac

Unit 1 Week 5
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