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P. Lesson 16

Lesson 16

by Megan McDonald --- illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds
*Access Student Book 2 start on pg. 10
Target Vocabulary: recycle, project, dripping, carton, complicated,global, rubbish, hardly, shade, pollution
Vocabulary Strategy: Context clues
Phonics Skills: Words with air, ear, are
Comprehnsion Skills: Author's purpose -- use text details to tell why an author writes a book
Comprehension Strategy: Monitor/clarify -- as you read, find a way to clear up what doesn't make sense
Written Language:
    Adjectives are words that describe, or tell about, a noun.
-Some adjectives tell what kind. An Adjective that tells what kind, usually comes before the noun it describes.
    We went for a long walk. (What kind of walk?)
-Some adjectives tell how many. An adjective that tells how many comes before the noun it describes.
    She saw three birds in a nest. (How many birds?)
-The adjectives this and that tell "which one."
    You should recycle that can. (Which can?)
Vowel + /r/ sounds in air and fear

1. air

2. wear

3. chair

4. stairs

5. bare

6. bear

7. hair

8. care

9. pear

10. pair

11. share

12. near

13. ear

14. beard

15. buy

16. year

17. earring

18. compare