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Unit 3 Lesson 11 Day 1: Click, Clack Moo Cows That Type
Transcript of Unit 3 Lesson 11 Day 1: Click, Clack Moo Cows That Type
Why does a cow have to wear a bell?
I will draw conclusions from details and clues in the story.
I will describe how the author’s choice of words add meaning to a story.
Don't Play Cards With a Dog in the Room!
Because their "horns" don't work! Get it?!
How can details and clues in the story help me to draw conclusions?
Why is drawing conclusions important to readers?
Target Vocabulary Words
Problem-something that needs to be solved or fixed
Impossible-cannot be done
Believe-to think that something is true or real
Understand-to know something
Impatient-not wanting to wait; wanting to do something now
Gathered-picked or scooped something up
Demand-to insist on
Preview the Topic
Animal and Human Interactions pg. 373
Click, Clack, Moo
Cows That Type
by Doreen Cronin
Read and Comprehend
Target Skill: Conclusions
Conclusions in "Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type," the author does not tell you everything she wants you to know. You must use story clues from words and pictures to figure out what the author does not say. This is called drawing conclusions.
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