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I. Lesson 9

Lesson 9

written and illustrated by Allen Say
*Access Student Book start on pg. 286
Target Vocabulary: familiar, jerky, vacant, rickety, blurry, rude, blasted, applause
Vocabulary Strategy: Using a dictionary/glossary entry
Phonics Skills: Vowel diphthongs ow, ou
Comprehnsion Skills: Cause and Effect -- tell how one event makes another happen and why
Academic Language:
-cause: the reason why something happens
-effec:t something that happens as a result of something else
Comprehension Strategy: Monitor/clarify -- as you read, find a way to clear up what doesn't make sense
Written Language:
Simple Subjects
- Subject of a sentence tells whom or what the sentence is about
- Simple Subject is the main word in the subject, often the noun
Simple Predicates
- Predicate of a sentence tells what the subject does or is. The predicate can be one word or more than one word
Simple Predicate is the main word in the predicate, often the verb
Spell words with the vowel sound in town
Tic-Tac-Toe Menu -- see attachment at bottom of page

1. clown

2. round

3. bow

4. cloud

5. power

6. crown

7. thousand

8. crowd

9. sound

10. count

11. powder

12. blouse

13. frown

14. pound

15. house

16. found

17. mountain

18. coward