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Anansi Goes Fishing Reading Street U3W3

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Transcript of Anansi Goes Fishing Reading Street U3W3

Anansi Goes Fishing
retold by
Eric A. Kimmel

Unit 3 Week 3
Genre: Folk Tale

A folk tale is a story that
was told long ago and was
passed along orally. It often
has a trickster character or a
character that tries to get
something by tricking, or
fooling, another character.

Question of the Week:

How can creative thinking
solve a problem?
In
Anansi Goes Fishing
we will
read about how Anansi the spider
is tricked by Turtle.

Compound Words

CCSS RF 2.3
Know and apply grade-level phonics
and word analysis skills in decoding
words.

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

CCSS RF 2.4d
Use knowledge of the meaning
of individual words to predict
the meaning of compound words.


A
compound word
is a word made
up of two or more shorter words.
The meaning of the
compound
word
often comes from the
meanings of the separate words.

foot + ball = football
sail + boat = sailboat
head + band = headband
pan + cakes = pancakes
sand + box = sandbox
hand + shake = handshake
mail + box = mailbox
sun + rise = sunrise
tea + pot = teapot
river + bank = riverbank
basket + ball = basketball
drive + way = driveway
bath + tub = bathtub
back + yard = backyard
Spelling Words

CCSS RF 2.3
Know and apply grade-level phonics and
word analysis skills in decoding words.

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

CCSS L 2.4d
Use knowledge of the meaning of
individual words to predict the meaning of
compound words.

basketball someone weekend
something birthday riverbank
bathtub backyard driveway
bedtime raindrop mailbox


been believe
Vocabulary Words

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

been
to stay or wait
believe
to think something
is real or true
caught
to take hold or trap someone
or something
finally
at the end; at last
this day
today
tomorrow
the day after today
whatever
anything that
Amazing Words

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

Antonyms

CCSS L 2.5
Demonstrate understanding of word
relationships and nuances in word
meanings.


An antonym is a word that
means the opposite of
another word.

slow
fast
stop
go
large
small
full
empty
consume
eat something or use
it all up
prey
an animal that is hunted
by another animal for food
shrewd
very clever or very smart
boast
brag; speak too well
of yourself
gloat
brag; think about something with
pleasure in a selfish way
snicker
laugh in a mean way
contentment
a feeling of being
pleased or satisfied
cure
to make something or
someone well
incident
something that happens
Compare and Contrast

CCSS RL 2.2
Recount stories, including fables and folk
tales, and determine their central message,
lesson, or moral.

CCSS RL 2.9
Compare and contrast stories.



When we tell how things are alike, we

compare
. When we tell how things
are different, we
contrast
.


Good readers use what they have
read and what they know about real
life to
compare
and
contrast
.

We can use a graphic organizer
called a
Venn Diagram
to help
us
compare
and
contrast
.

Summarize


CCSS RL 2.7
Use information gained from
the illustrations and words in
a print or digital text to
demonstrate understanding
of its characters, setting, or
plot.



When readers want to understand or
remember what they read, they look
for the most important things that
happen and use them to retell the
story. In a
summary
, readers use
their own words. A
summary
is no
more than a few sentences.



When you
summarize
, think
about the
somebody wanted
but so then diagram
.

Verbs for Past, Present, Future

CCSS L 2.1
Demonstrate command of the conventions
of standard English grammar and usage
when writing or speaking.



Verbs
can tell when action happens.
Some verbs tell what happens
now
in the
present
. Some
verbs
tell what
happened in the
past
. Some
verbs
tell what will happen in the
future
.


PRESENT PAST FUTURE


walks walked will walk
bakes baked will bake
paints painted will paint


Today Sally
paints
a picture.
The verb
paints
tells about
now
. It
ends with
-s
.

Yesterday Sally
painted
a picture.
The verb
painted
tells about the
past
.
It ends with
-ed
.

Tomorrow Sally
will paint
a picture.
The verb
will paint
tells about the

future
. It begins with
will
.



What is the verb? Tell if it is past,
present, or future.


The boy runs on the playground.
I will sing tomorrow.
The dog barked at the cat.
John swings on the swing.
The children will paint pictures.
The bear growled at the people.
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