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Tara and Tiree Reading Street U2W1

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Tara and Tiree, Fearless Friends
by Andrew Clements
Unit 2 Week 1
Genre:

Literary Nonfiction
Literary nonfiction shares information
about real characters, places, or events in the form of a story. Literary nonfiction tells about a true event or a series of events like a story.
Question of the Week:

How can we help each other in
dangerous situations?
This week we will read a story about a man and his two dogs.
r-controlled vowels ar, or, ore, oar
CCSS RF 2.3
Know and apply grade-level phonics
and word analysis skills in decoding
words.
In this picture we see an artist. There
is an
r-controlled vowel
in artist. It is
spelled
ar
.
In this picture we see an orchestra.
There is an
r-controlled vowel
in
orchestra. It is spelled with
or
.
In this picture we see the score. There
is an
r-controlled vowel
in score. It
is spelled
ore
.
In this picture we see a keyboard.
There is an
r-controlled vowel
in
keyboard. It is spelled with
oar
.
This week we will learn to
read and spell words with
r-controlled vowels.
l
ar
ge

st
or
m

r
oar

c
ore


ar
m

b
oar
d
h
or
se
g
ar
den
c
or
n

b
oar

st
ore

b
ar
n
sh
ore

st
or
k


Vocabulary Words

CCSS RF 2.3f
Recognize and read grade-appropriate
irregularly spelled words.

break


fall apart


family

a group of people related
to each other
heard
hear yesterday
listen
hear every word
once
one time
pull
tug, yank

Amazing Words

CCSS L 2.6
Use words and phrases acquired through conversations,
reading and being read to, and responding to texts.

courageous


brave

hazard
something dangerous
rescue
save from danger
avalanche
when a lot of snow suddenly slides
down a mountain
instinct
an ability an animal is born with that
makes it act in a certain way
skittish
nervous and easily
upset
blustery
when the wind blows hard and
makes a lot of noise
fast-paced
happening very quickly
Spelling Words
CCSS RF 2.3

Know and apply grade-level phonics and word
analysis skills in decoding words.

hard born before
smart horse more
farm porch chore
part corn score

pull break
Cause and Effect
CCSS RL 2.1

Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where,
when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding
of key details in a text.
When an author tells
what happened
or

why it happened
, the author is using
cause

and
effect
. Sometimes authors use clue
words such as
so
and
because
to help
readers figure out
what happened
and
why
.
Whenever something happens
There always is a reason.
You must ask why it happened
To understand the cause.

Cause and effect (clap, clap)
Cause and effect (clap, clap)
Cause and effect, cause and effect,
Cause and effect (clap, clap).

The cause makes something happen.
It really gets things snapping.
Just ask yourself what happened
To understand the effect.

Cause and effect (clap, clap)
Cause and effect (clap, clap)
Cause and effect, cause and effect,
Cause and effect.
Summarize
CCSS RL 2.1

Ask and answer such questions as who, what,
where, when, why, and how to demonstrate
understanding of key details in a text.
When readers want to understand or remember
what they read, they use the most important
parts to retell the selection. When we

summarize
we use our own words to retell the
most important ideas or events of what we read.
A
summary
is no more than a few sentences.
When you
summarize
, think about the

somebody wanted but so then diagram
.
Common Nouns
CCSS L 2.1
Demonstrate command of the conventions
of standard English grammar and usage
when writing or speaking.

CCSS L 2.1a
Use collective nouns.

CCSS L 2.1b
Form and use frequently occurring
irregular plural nouns.


A
noun
is a word that names a
person
,
a
place
, an
animal
, or a
thing
. A

common noun
names any
person
,
place
,


animal
, or
thing
.
Father, yard, bird, and book are
common nouns.
Some
common nouns
, such as group,
family, herd, and band, name groups.
These
common nouns
are called

collective nouns
.
Here is a list of common nouns. Does
each noun name a person, place,
animal, or thing?


man lake dog
ice nurse school
rabbit book teacher
restaurant cat hat
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