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B. Lesson 2

Lesson 2

The Trial of Cardigan Jones    FANTASY
written and illustrated by Tim Egan
*Access Student Book start on pg. 42
Target Vocabulary: convinced, trail, jury, guilty, pointed, honest, murmur, stand
Vocabulary Strategy: Compound words
Phonics Skills: Words with long a, e, i, o, u; words with the VCe pattern
Comprehnsion Skills: Conclusions -- use details to figure out ideas that the author doesn't state
Comprehension Strategy: Infer/predict: -- use clues to figure out more about the selection
Written Language:
Types of Sentences: Every sentence begins with a capital letter. There are four kinds of sentences; statements, questions, commands, and exclamation.
Statements and Questions:
  -A sentence that tells something is a statement. It ends with a period. It is also called a declarative sentence.
  -A sentence that asks something is a question. It ends with a question mark. It is also called an interragative sentence.
        Statement/Declarative: Moose are tall.
        Question/Interrogative: What are the tallest mammals?
Brain Pop- 6 Traits of Writing - a photostory
V-C-e Words (Magic e)
Tic-Tac-Toe Menu -- see attachment at bottom of page

1. spoke

2. mile

3. save

4. excuse

5. cone

6. invite

7. cube

8. price

9. erase

10. ripe

11. broke

12. flame

13. life

14. rule

15. these

16. those

17. surprise

18. decide