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D. Lesson 4

Lesson 4

by Eve Bunting --- illustrated by C.F. Payne
*Access Student Book start on pg. 110
Target Vocabulary: balancing, tide, crew, disappears, foggy, stretch, excitement, cling
Vocabulary Strategy: Base words and endings -s, -es, -ed, -ing
Phonics Skills: Words with long o spelled oa, ow
Comprehnsion Skills: Compare and contrast -- tell how details and ideas are alike or different
Comprehension Strategy: Infer/predict -- use clues to figure out more about the selection
Written Language:
Common and Proper Nouns:
  -A word that names a person, a place, or a thing is a noun.
       ex. My mom helped to build a new road.
            The work lasted one year.
  -A noun that names any person, place, or thing is called a common noun. A noun that names a particular person, place, or thing is called a proper noun.
  -Proper nouns begin with capital letters. A proper noun may have more than one word. Begin each important word in a proper noun with a capital letter.
        ex. His daughter Audrey visited him at his job in England.
Long o
Tic-Tac-Toe Menu -- see attachment at bottom of page

1. load

2. open

3. told

4. yellow

5. soak

6. shadow

7. foam

8. follow

9. glow

10. sold

11. window

12. coach

13. almost

14. throat

15. cold

16. most

17. tomorrow

18. sailboats