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  • Acknowledgments

    Complete Curriculums K-12 curriculum has been team-developed by a consortium of teachers, administrators, educational and subject matter specialists, graphic artists and editors.

    In a collaborative environment, each professional participant contributed to ensuring the quality, integrity and effectiveness of each Compete Curriculum resource was commensurate with the required educational benchmarks and contemporary standards Complete Curriculum had set forth at the onset of this publishing program.

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  • Lesson 1Putting Words TogetherObjective: The student will be introduced to:Spelling: Compound words; New Spelling words:basketball sidewalk somethingplayground cardboard everyonesunshine bedroom eyebrowbutterfly y myself weekendbroomstick skateboard doorbellWriting: Journal writing in 3 different notebooks for specific skills assignments:Reading, Writing, and Spelling and Vocabulary; Cursive writing.

    Lesson 2Magic in BooksObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Reading: Apply prior knowledge to reading. Use prior knowledge by becomingfamiliar with book structure and layout before reading.Writing: Continue to practice cursive handwriting.Spelling: Have the student continue to study the Spelling words.basketball sidewalk somethingplayground cardboard everyonesunshine bedroom eyebrowbutterfly y myself weekendbroomstick skateboard doorbell

    Lesson 3Narrowing Our TopicObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Spelling: Connect frequently used compound words.basketball sidewalk somethingplayground cardboard everyonesunshine bedroom eyebrowbutterfly y myself weekendbroomstick skateboard doorbellWriting: Narrow down writing topics.

    Lesson 4Thrilling Use of WordsObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Reading: Self-monitor comprehension when reading by automatically applyingreading strategies.Writing: Spelling word practice; synonyms.Spelling: Recognize basic sight words and common nouns. Correctly spell

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  • frequently encountered words.basketball sidewalk somethingplayground cardboard everyonesunshine bedroom eyebrowbutterfly y myself weekendbroomstick skateboard doorbellLiterary Selections: The Great Trash Pick-Up (Placed in Lesson 2)

    Lesson 5Nicely NarrowedObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Writing: Use compound words correctly. Use a variety of prewriting strategies.Spelling: Study spelling words.basketball sidewalk somethingplayground cardboard everyonesunshine bedroom eyebrowbutterfly y myself weekendbroomstick skateboard doorbell

    Lesson 6FluencyObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Reading: Read for fluency.Writing: Drafting summaries.Spelling: Continue to review Spelling words.basketball sidewalk somethingplayground cardboard everyonesunshine bedroom eyebrowbutterfly myself weekendbroomstick skateboard doorbell

    Lesson 7Nicely TaperedObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Writing: Prewriting strategies.Grammar: Use compound words correctly.Spelling: Continue to review Spelling words.basketball sidewalk somethingplayground cardboard everyonesunshine bedroom eyebrowbutterfly y myself weekendbroomstick skateboard doorbell

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  • Lesson 8Cleaning it UpObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment covering the following words:basketball sidewalk somethingplayground cardboard everyonesunshine bedroom eyebrowbutterfly y myself weekendbroomstick skateboard doorbellReading: Self-monitor comprehension when reading; Apply reading strategies.

    Lesson 9Making a PointObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Writing: Use compound words correctly; Use a variety of prewriting strategies.

    Lesson 10Subjects and PredicatesObjective: The student will practice or learn the following:Spelling: New spelling words.baby today goingtogether ring seedsandals bucket windowshoulders sunflower unearthedexamined treasures determinedWriting: Identify subjects and predicates in the context of writing.

    Lesson 11Going on an AdventureObjective: The student will practice the following:Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words.Reading: Recognize basic sight words and common nouns. Self-monitorcomprehension when reading by automatically applying reading strategies.Writing: Continue practicing cursive handwriting.

    Lesson 12Proof is in the PuddingObjective: The student will be introduced to and practice the following:Spelling: Studying the Spelling words.Writing: Identifying subjects and predicates in the context of writing; revise draftsbased on specific oral and written responses to writing; proofread and edit writing.

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  • Lesson 13Escape with a BookObjective: The student will be introduced to and learn to do the following:Spelling: Recognize basic sight words and common nouns; correctly spellfrequently encountered words; Review new Spelling words presented inLesson 12.Reading: Self-monitor comprehension when reading by automatically applyingreading strategies.

    Lesson 14Diamond in the RoughObjective: The student will be introduced to and practice the following:Spelling: Classify words by alphabetization.Writing: Use outlining to pre-draft writing.

    Lesson 15Finding New ThingsObjective: The student will practice the following:Spelling: Edit Spelling words for correctness.Reading: Self-monitoring reading comprehension by automatically applyingreading strategies.Writing: Continue to practice cursive handwriting.

    Lesson 16Easy EditingObjective: The student will be introduced to and practice the following:Grammar: Review sentence subjects.Writing: Proofread and edit writing using appropriate resources; revisedrafts based on specific c oral and written responses to her writing.

    Lesson 17Mapping out New TerritoryObjective: The student will complete the following:Spelling: Spelling Assessment.baby today goingtogether ring seedsandals bucket windowshoulders sunflower unearthedexamined treasures determinedReading: Comprehension Worksheet.

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  • Lesson 18Rev Up WritingObjective: The student will be introduced to and practice the following:Spelling: New spelling words.Writing: Writing sentences containing subjects and predicates; proofread andedit writing using appropriate resources, such as a dictionary. Revise draftsbased on specific oral and written responses to his writing.

    Lesson 19Creepy SpidersObjective: The student will continue working with the new Spelling words and reviewnouns in the context of a new Progressive Reader introduced in Lesson 22.

    Lesson 20Hair Raising BooksObjective: The student will practice the following:Spelling: Correctly spelling frequently encountered words.Reading: Recognizing basic sight words and common nouns; self-monitorcomprehension when reading by automatically applying reading strategies.

    Lesson 21Weird WritingObjective: The student will practice the following:Spelling: Writing and using the Lesson 20 Spelling words.Writing: Proofread and edit writing using appropriate resources. Revise draftsbased on specific oral and written responses to his writing; use nouns in thecontext of writing.Lesson 22Eerie CreaturesObjective: The student will be introduced to:Spelling: Basic sight words and common nouns; correctly spell frequentlyencountered words.Reading: Read an informational text; self-monitor comprehension when readingby automatically applying reading strategies.

    Lesson 23Writing about SpidersObjective: The student will be introduced to and practice the following:Spelling: Spelling words.Grammar: Identifying nouns in a sentence.Writing: Proofread and edit writing using appropriate resources; revise draftsbased on specific oral and written responses to writing.

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  • Lesson 24Peculiar ReadingsObjective: The student will practice:Spelling: Recognizing basic sight words and common nouns as well ascorrectly spell frequently encountered words.Reading: Self-monitoring comprehension when reading by automaticallyapplying reading strategies.Writing: Write an informational piece that demonstrates the understanding ofcentral ideas and supporting details.

    Lesson 25Naughty Baby SpidersObjective: The student will practice the following:Spelling: Using Spelling words in a sentence.Writing: Correctly use nouns in the context of writing; proofread and edit writingusing appropriate resources; revise drafts based on specific oral andwritten responses.

    Lesson 26Spider AssessmentObjective: The student will accomplish the following:Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment.Reading: Complete a Spiders Reading Comprehension Assessment.

    Lesson 27Stringing Together a WebObjective: The student will practice and accomplish the following:Grammar: Complete a Grammar Assessment gauging his understanding of thegrammar lessons.Writing: Proofreading and editing; revise drafts based on specific oral andwritten responses to writing.

    Lesson 28Proper TermsObjective: The student will be introduced to and practice the following:Spelling: New Spelling words.Writing: Identifying proper nouns in a sentence; recognizing the differencebetween a proper and common noun.

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  • Lesson 29Correct NounsObjective: The student will be introduced to and practice the following:Spelling: Studying Spelling wordsReading: Short fiction

    Lesson 30Vivacious Vivid DetailsObjective: The student will be introduced to and practice the following:Writing: Writing a short story using sensory description.

    Lesson 31Wild BatsObjective: The student will practice the following:Spelling: Spelling several common words and use them in sentences.Vocabulary: Using a dictionary.Reading: Self-monitor comprehension when reading by automatically applyingreading strategies.

    Lesson 32Writing the RoomObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Writing: Use nouns properly in writing; exhibit personal style and voice toenhance writing.

    Lesson 33Passionate About ReadingObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Spelling: Identify and correct misspelled words.Reading: Read for fluency.Grammar: Identify synonyms.

    Lesson 34Flamboyant DetailsObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Spelling: Studying Spelling words:name woods existenceanimals creatures longfrolicked friends fromdifferent fuzzy strollingstomped ifGrammar: Use and identify proper nouns.

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  • Writing: Insert sensory details into writing.

    Lesson 35Batty WordsObjective: The student will practice or accomplish the following:Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment on the following words:name woods existenceanimals creatures longfrolicked friends fromdifferent fuzzy strollingstomped ifReading: Complete a Reading Comprehension Assessment.Grammar: Learn how to find and identify synonyms for common words.Lesson 36Goofy GrammarObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Grammar: Identify proper nouns.Writing: Use vivid details to enhance writing.

    Lesson 37Number of NounsObjective: The student will practice properly using plural nouns in writing.Materials Needed: Paper, Pencil, Blue Crayon, Red Crayon, Written Work fromLesson 36 (Writing Notebook)

    Lesson 38Pursuing MeaningObjective: The student will be introduced to and gain familiarity with:Spelling: Homophones; New Spelling words:your youre onewon sell cellcash cache discusseddisgust night knightherd heardReading: New reading strategies to aid comprehension.

    Lesson 39More Than One NounObjective: The student will practice the following:Spelling: Studying Spelling words:your youre onewon sell cell

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  • cash cache discusseddisgust night knightherd heardGrammar: Working with plural nouns.Writing: Recognizing an authors purpose for writing.

    Lesson 40Are You Ready to Question?Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Spelling: Research definitions; alphabetize.your youre onewon sell cellcash cache discusseddisgust night knightherd heardReading: Apply effective reading techniques.Grammar: Identify homophones.

    Lesson 41Writing a MessageObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Grammar: Use plural nouns in writing.Writing: Write a folktale.

    Lesson 42Writing ConnectionObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Spelling: Correctly spell frequently encountered words.Reading: Make judgments based on character traits and decisions.Grammar: Identify homophones.

    Lesson 43Something of ValueObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Grammar: Make singular nouns plural.Writing: Proofread and edit writing.

    Lesson 44Quest for the BestObjective: The student will practice or accomplish the following:Spelling: Complete the Spelling Assessment on the following words:you youre one

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  • won sell cellcash cache discusseddisgust night knightherd heardReading: Identifying character traits, feelings and expressions.Writing: Becoming familiar with correct and incorrect homophone usage.

    Lesson 45StorytellingObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Reading: Read with inflection, pacing, and expression.Grammar: Change singular nouns to plural nouns.

    Lesson 46Controlling NounsObjective: The student will practice or learn to:Grammar: Use an apostrophe to show ownership.Writing: Express possessive nouns in writing.

    Lesson 47Voyage to the New LandObjective: The student will practice or learn the following:Spelling: New Spelling words.farmed fished waterdraw far longliked learned lovedpremature telescope multilingualunhappy impossible peacefulGrammar: Identifying and using prefixes.Writing: Using pre-reading strategies, like KWL charts, to help activateprior knowledge.

    Lesson 48Grammar with OwnershipObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Grammar: Using possessive nouns correctly.Writing: Conduct research for an informational writing assignment.

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  • Lesson 49Search for KnowledgeObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Grammar: Identify prefixes and their meanings.Reading: Read non-fiction; Find the main idea of a text while reading.

    Lesson 50Being an OwnerObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Grammar: Use and identify possessive nouns.Writing: Write a non-fiction essay.

    Lesson 51Plowing through the PagesObjective: The student will practice the following:Reading: Reading for comprehension.Grammar: Finding synonyms for frequently encountered words.

    Lesson 52Repairing WritingObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Spelling: Studying Spelling words:farmed fished waterdraw far longliked learned lovedpremature telescope multilingualunhappy impossibleGrammar: Understand and use possessive nouns.Writing: Proofread and edit writing using a dictionary; Revise drafts based onspecific oral and written responses to his writing.

    Lesson 53Rummage through TextObjective: The student will learn or demonstrate ability to:Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment of the following words:farmed fished waterdraw far longliked learned lovedpremature telescope multilingualunhappy impossibleReading: Identify main ideas within a text.Grammar: Identify and properly use suffixes.

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  • Lesson 54Questioning WritingObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Reading: Read an informative text; Question a text to improve it.Grammar: Accurately complete exercises with possessive nouns.Writing: Use the technique of questioning to help improve writing.

    Lesson 55Learning from HistoryObjective: The student will reinforce reading comprehension skills by answeringspecific questions pertaining to an informational reading.Materials Needed: Pencil, Paper, Reading Notebook, Writing NotebookLiterary Selection: Men in History: Martin Luther King, Jr.

    Lesson 56Reading about HistoryObjective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to:Spelling: Correctly spell frequently encountered words:born woman womenmen man strugglehistory she hedoor home housegot holdReading: Read and understand informational text; demonstrate understandingby answering comprehension questions.

    Lesson 57The Man who Lived in a Log CabinObjective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to:Reading: Read an informative article; Demonstrate understanding by answeringcomprehension questions.

    Lesson 58Men Who Shaped HistoryObjective: The student will practice or learn to do the following:Spelling: Correctly spell frequently encountered words:born woman womenmen man strugglehistory she hedoor home housegot holdReading: Read informational text; demonstrate understanding by answeringcomprehension questions.

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  • Lesson 59Women Who Shaped HistoryObjective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to:Reading: Read informational texts.Writing: Demonstrate reading comprehension through written responses totopical questions.

    Lesson 60Influencing HistoryObjective: The student will demonstrate the ability to:Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment on the following words:born woman womenmen man strugglehistory she hedoor home housegot holdReading: Read and comprehend an informational text.Lesson 61 Bringing Fairy Tales to Life Objective: The student will be introduced and learn to: Spelling: Write and define new Spelling words. amphibian thinking dozing jumping looking astonished running growling emotions shining sleeping rudely squeezing plucking fall Reading: Recognize the characteristics of a fairly tale. Grammar: Write verbs in the present tense using -ing.Writing: Identify, spell, and use present tense verbs.

    Lesson 62 Once Upon a Time Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Write sentences using Spelling words: amphibian jumping running shining squeezing thinking looking growling sleeping plucking dozing astonished emotions rudely fall Reading: Understand elements of a story. Grammar: Use linking and showing verbs. Writing: Identify and mimic fairy tales.

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  • Lesson 63 Boot the Letter E Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Determine definitions for words using context. amphibian jumping running shining squeezing thinking looking growling sleeping plucking dozing astonished emotions rudely fall Reading: Self-monitor comprehension when reading by automatically applying reading strategies. Writing: Identify, use, and spell present tense verbs.

    Lesson 64 Lifting a Fairy Tale Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Write spelling words in sentences. amphibian jumping running shining squeezing thinking looking growling sleeping plucking dozing astonished emotions rudely fall Grammar: Identify linking verbs in common sentences. Writing: Use a Graphic Organizer to create a fairy tale.

    Lesson 65 Comparing Snow White and Leo Objective: The student will do the following: Spelling: Continue to study Spelling words: amphibian jumping running shining squeezing thinking looking growling sleeping plucking dozing astonished emotions rudely fall Reading: Self-monitor comprehension when reading by automatically applying reading strategies; compare and contrast stories. Grammar: Demonstrate understanding of the third rule of present tense verbs.

    Lesson 66 Linking Snow White with the Seven Dwarfs Objective: The student will learn to do the following: Spelling: Continue to study Spelling words: amphibian jumping running shining squeezing thinking looking growling sleeping plucking dozing astonished emotions rudely fall Grammar: Identify linking verbs in a sentence. Writing: Use conferencing as an editing technique.

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  • Lesson 67 Sleeping Froggies Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment covering the following words: amphibian jumping runningshining squeezing thinking looking growling sleeping plucking dozing astonished emotions rudely fall Reading: Compare and contrast fairy tales.

    Lesson 68 Peculiar Publishing Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Grammar: Use linking verbs in the context of writing. Writing: Create and publish a book with key literary elements common to fairy tales.

    Lesson 69 Laughter really is the Best Medicine Objective: The student will develop the ability to: Spelling: Learn new Spelling words: caught wore did saw stuck had took was danced frozen wanted kept flunked went Reading: Complete pre-reading strategies; Recognize patterns of organization to help understand meaning.

    Lesson 70 Writing for Laughs Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Study spelling words: caught wore did saw stuck had took was danced frozen wanted kept flunked went Grammar: Use past tense verbs in the context of writing. Writing: Use the internet, books and magazines to research jokes and riddles.

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  • Lesson 71 Cracking Jokes Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Correctly spell frequently encountered past tense verbs: caught wore did saw stuck had took was danced frozen wanted kept flunked went Reading: Self-monitor comprehension when reading by automatically applying reading strategies.

    Lesson 72 Making Jokes a Thing of the Past Objective: The student will gain or practice the ability to: Spelling: Write Spelling words and use them in a sentence. caught wore did saw stuck had took was danced frozen wanted kept flunked went Grammar: Identify and use past tense verbs. Writing: Identify past tense verbs while writing and automatically recognize basic sight words and past tense verbs.

    Lesson 73 Belly Jiggling Laughter Objective: The student will practice or learn to: Spelling: Study Spelling words: caught wore did saw stuck had took was danced frozen wanted kept flunked went Reading: Read aloud with fluency, pace, and appropriate intonation and vocal patterns to emphasize key ideas and areas of importance.

    Lesson 74 Walk with Ed Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Study the Spelling words: caught wore did saw stuck had took was danced

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  • frozen wanted kept flunked went Grammar: Identify past tense verbs. Writing: Proofread and edit writing using appropriate resources like the dictionary and spell check; Revise drafts based on specific oral and written responses to writing; Fluently and legibly write the cursive alphabet.

    Lesson 75 Stand Up and Lets Joke Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Accurately complete a Spelling Assessment of the following words: caught wore did do saw stuck had took was danced frozen wanted kept flunked went Reading: Read with fluency. Writing: Properly use past tense verbs in writing.

    Lesson 76 Perfect Parrots Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Recognize vowel patterns within these frequently encountered words: bird molt tail warm bored sore keep parrot boss advanced placement glide gracefully feathers flightReading: Find, preview, and define difficult Vocabulary words.

    Lesson 77 Gliding into Commas Objective: The student will be introduced and learn to: Spelling: Write and define Spelling words: bird molt tail warm bored soar keep parrot boss advanced placement glide gracefully feathers flight Writing: Recognize and write sentences that correctly place commas within items in a series

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  • Lesson 78 Reading for Real Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. bird molt tail warm bored soar keep parrot boss advanced placement glide gracefully feathers flight Reading: Identify an authors purpose for writing.

    Lesson 79 Flying High With Commas Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Continue to practice Spelling words: bird molt tail warm bored soar keep parrot boss advanced placement glide gracefully feathers flight Grammar: Identify and use correct punctuation including commas for a series. Writing: Write information on a topic that includes clear, focused, ideas in a sensible order, and sufficient supporting details.

    Lesson 80 Precise Parrot Assessment Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Successfully complete a Spelling Assessment on the following words: bird molt tail warm bored soar keep parrot boss advanced placement glide gracefully feathers flight Reading: Form an opinion about a text and draw a logical conclusion about a topic.

    Lesson 81 Louisianan Hot Objective: The student will accomplish the following: Spelling: Write out a new list of Spelling words:. if hot money street laugh live stuffed bear food need make like better cold watch Reading: Recognize dialect in conversational voices in stories when read aloud.

    Lesson 82 Yes, I Love Skits! Objective: The student will do the following: Spelling: Continue to study Spelling words:

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  • if not live stuffed laugh food street bear like need make cold better money watch Grammar: Use commas after names, and after the words, yes, no, and well. Writing: Write a skit using commas correctly throughout.

    Lesson 83 Cajun Excerpts Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. if hot live street laugh food stuffed bear like need make cold better money watch Reading: Use reading strategies to form judgments about characters.

    Lesson 84 Design a Web Page Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Write and define Spelling words.

    if not live stuffed laugh food street bear like need make cold better money watch

    Reading: Use commas in a series. Writing: Design a web page and use commas correctly throughout.

    Lesson 85 Hot, Hot, Hot! Objective: The student will successfully: Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment if not live stuffed laugh food street bear like need make cold better money watch Reading: Identify story elements such as main character, problem and solution; retell a story from beginning to end.

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  • Lesson 86 Grasping Folk Literature Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Study a new Spelling word list. done tree corn shall bell day cat way hill letter wind summer ring grass winter Reading: Identify theme as a moral Lesson in folktales and fables.

    Lesson 87 A Mouses Plea Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Write and define Spelling words. done tree corn shall bell day cat way hill letter wind summer ring grass winter Writing: Write a letter complete with date, salutation, body, closing, and signature with correctly placed commas.

    Lesson 88 Wolves and Goats Dont Mix Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. done tree corn shall bell day cat way hill letter wind summer ring grass winter Reading: Identify themes as moral Lessons in folktales and fables.

    Lesson 89 Writing Connection Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Continue to study Spelling words: done tree corn shall bell day cat way hillletter wind summer ring grass winter tree

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  • Writing: Write a friendly letter complete with date, salutations, body, closing, and signature; Place commas in the body of a letter correctly.

    Lesson 90 Grasping Folk Literature Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment covering the following words: done tree corn shall bell day cat way hill letter wind summer ring grass winter Reading: Identify themes as moral Lessons in folktales and fables.

    Lesson 91 Greek Mythology Objective: The student will review and be introduced to: Spelling: Frequently encountered words. flower sun try bed gold fail garden drink pail morning grow trail water hot sail Reading: Common characteristics of mythology.

    Lesson 92 Important Writing Tools Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Correctly spell the Spelling words. flower sun try bed gold fail garden drink pail morning grow trail water hot sail Writing: Recognize the four types of sentences declarative, imperative, interrogative, exclamatory; use the correct punctuation for each sentence type

    Lesson 93 Charting Golden Ideas Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Write and define Spelling words. flower sun try bed gold fail garden drink pail morning grow trail

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  • water hot sail Reading: Create and understand the purpose of a Concept Chart for organizing key points and ideas from a story.

    Lesson 94 Letter to a King Objective: The student will practice or learn to: Spelling: Write Spelling words in sentences. flower sun try bed gold fail garden drink pail morning grow trail water hot sail Grammar: Identify and use four different kinds of punctuation. Writing: Write a letter and identify different types of sentences

    Lesson 95 Elaboration and Personalization Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Correctly spell frequently encountered words. flower sun try bed gold fail garden drink pail morning grow trail water hot sail Reading: Personalize and expand a Concept Web to organize and remember main ideas and themes.

    Lesson 96 The Final Touch Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. flower sun try bed gold fail garden drink pail morning grow trail water hot sail Reading: Extract main ideas from a reading.

    Lesson 97 One Smart Fish Objective: The student will be introduced to and learn to: Spelling: Spell new words. fish fight game dish sheep same

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  • swish peep lame night keep stick sight beep pick

    Lesson 98 Brainstorming Lessons Objective: The student will practice or learn to: Spelling: Write and define Spelling words. fish fight game dish sheep same swish peep lame night keep stick sight beep pick Grammar: Demonstrate understanding and use of complete declarative, imperative, interrogative, and exclamatory sentences in writing and speaking. Writing: Write a fable

    Lesson 99 The Trickster Tale Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Recognize word families; Spell frequently encountered words and write them in sentences. fish fight game dish sheep same swish peep lame night keep stick sight beep pick Reading: Identify common characteristics of a fable.

    Lesson 100 Morals and Principles Objective: The student will continue writing an original fable with a moral or lesson (Begun in Lesson 98).

    Lesson 101 Comparing is Easy! Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment. fish fight game dish sheep same swish peep lame night keep stick sight beep pick Reading: Compare and contrast stories.

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  • Lesson 102 Bragging Bear Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Correctly spell, say, and write, ea vowel patterns. flea creak reach ahead teacher beat dream leaf speak meat leaps beak Reading: Recognize different patterns of organization.

    Lesson 103 When a Skunk Helped Objective: The student will review, or gain the ability to: Spelling: Write and define Spelling words. flea creak reach ahead teacher beat dream leaf speak meat leaps beakReading: Narration, first and third person, transition words Grammar: Identify adjectives. Writing: Write a narrative paragraph in the third person.

    Lesson 104 Swimming Like a Duck Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Identify misspelled words in a paragraph. flea creak reach ahead teacher beat dream leaf speak meat leaps beak Grammar: Differentiate between first and third person narration.

    Lesson 105 The Best Day! Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Write Spelling words in sentences. flea creak reach ahead teacher beat dream leaf speak meat leaps beak Reading: Read and comprehend a short story. Grammar: Identify adjectives. Writing: Write a narrative paragraph in the first person.

    Lesson 106 Show What You Know Objective: The student will display understanding of first and third person in narration and gain mastery of spelling the frequently encountered Spelling words. Spelling Words: flea creak reach ahead teacher beat dream leaf speak meat leaps beak Literary Selection: The Day I Became an Equal (Placed in Lesson 105)

    Lesson 107 Time and Order Objective: The student will practice, review or learn to: Reading: Recognize different patterns of organization. Spelling: Spell a new list of words.

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  • can fade not cane pin note bit pine cop bite kite cope fad kit time Literary Selection: PB&J

    Lesson 108 Creating a Sequence Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Write Spelling words in sentences; practice the rules of silent ecan cane bit bite fad fade pin pine kite kit not note cop cope time Reading: Recognize and understand Time Order writing Writing: Organize a sequential Time Order writing.

    Lesson 109 Bath Time Fun Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Categorize Spelling words; review rules of the silent e.can fade not cane pin note bit pine cop bite kite cope fad kit time Reading: Recognize sequencing within Time Order writing.

    Lesson 110 Celebrating Sequence Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Practice Spelling words; learn the rules of silent e. can fade not cane pin note bit pine cop bite kite cope fad kit time Reading: Read and understand a Time Order text. Writing: Organize and create a sequential Time Order writing.

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  • Lesson 111 Lets Make a Snowman Objective: The student will do the following: Spelling: Take a Spelling Assessment. can fade not cane pin note bit pine cop bite kite cope fad kit time Reading: Recognize elements of Time Order writing.

    Lesson 112 Historical Tales Objective: The student will be introduced to or learn to: Spelling: Become familiar with a new list of Spelling words. bird farm horse rain boat father man snow box girl men stick children ground morning Reading: Historical fiction.

    Lesson 113 Verbs that AgreeObjective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Write and define Spelling words. bird father men boat girl morning box ground rain children horse snow farm man stick Grammar: Identify incorrect subject/ verb agreement.

    Lesson 114 Realistic Fiction Objective: The student will be introduced and learn to: Spelling: Write Spelling words and use them in sentences. bird father men boat girl morning box ground rain children horse snow farm man stick Reading: Identify story elements of Realistic Fiction.

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  • Lesson 115 Writing in a Real Way Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Writing Spelling words. bird rain ground horse box morning snow children man girl boat stick farm men father Grammar: Identify correct subject verb agreement. Writing: Write a Realistic Fiction story.

    Lesson 116 Solving Realistic Problems Objective: The student will demonstrate the ability to: Spelling: Correctly spell Spelling words. bird morning boat box rain snow stick girl ground children farm father horse man men Reading: List the main characters, solution, problem, and setting within Realistic Fiction.

    Lesson 117 Sunshine Poetry Objective: The student will learn to: Spelling: Become familiar with a new list of Spelling words. bird girl toy birthday garden light boat robin myself box rain own sun top only Reading: Identify themes within poetry.

    Lesson 118 Windy Days Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Write and define Spelling words. bird girl toy sun box birthday garden light top rain boat robin myself only own Reading: Read and interpret poetry. Grammar: Identify adjectives within a sentence.

    Lesson 119 Going to War with Love Objective: The student will gain or practice the ability to: Spelling: Write Spelling words and use them in sentences. bird girl toy box top birthday garden light sun own boat robin myself rain only Reading: Read and interpret poetry.

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  • Grammar: Identify adjectives within a sentence.

    Lesson 120 Natural Lyrics Objective: The student will accomplish the following: Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment. bird girl toy box top birthday garden light sun own boat robin myself rain only Reading: Understand and interpret lyrics.

    Lesson 121 Quoting Geppetto Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Learn a new list of spelling words. deer cheer steer dear ear fear gear hear clear near rear spear tear year peer Writing: Use quotations in written dialogue; Recognize signal words that call out dialogue.

    Lesson 122 Stop and Think Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Spell and define frequently encountered words. deer cheer steer dear ear fear gear hear clear near rear spear tear year peer Reading: Identify main ideas within writing using the Stop, Think, and Write method.

    Lesson 123 Framing Text Objective: The student will be introduced and learn to: Spelling: Write Spelling words in sentences. deer cheer steer dear ear fear gear hear clear near rear spear tear year peer Grammar: Identify text that should be within quotation marks.

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  • Lesson 124 Pinocchio Has Troubles Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. deer cheer steer dear ear fear gear hear clear near rear spear tear year peer Reading: Describe the main idea of longer texts using the Stop, Think, and Write method.

    Lesson 125 Quick Quotation Marks Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. deer cheer steer dear ear fear gear hear clear near rear spear tear year peer Grammar: Identify text that should be within quotation marks.

    Lesson 126 Pinocchio Meets his Match Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Correctly spell Spelling words. deer cheer steer dear ear fear gear hear clear near rear spear tear year peer Reading: Organize thoughts about a text by using the Stop, Think, and Write method.

    Lesson 127 Wacky Numbers in Writing Objective: The student will be introduced and learn to: Spelling: New Spelling words. five eight seven six ten dollar twenty thirty forty fifty sixty seventy two three four Writing: Express numbers within writing.

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  • Lesson 128 Reading in a Grocery Store Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. five eight seven six ten dollar twenty thirty forty fifty sixty seventy two three four Reading: Identify numerical words in a text.

    Lesson 129 The Necessity of Numbers Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Write Spelling words in sentences. five eight seven six ten dollar twenty thirty forty fifty sixty seventy two three

    Lesson 130 Skimming through Text Objective: The student will practice or learn to do the following: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered number words. five eight seven six ten dollar twenty thirty forty fifty sixty seventy two three four Reading: Skim a text to find answers.

    Lesson 131 Lessons in Numbers Objective: The student will practice or accomplish the following: Spelling: Prepare for a Spelling Assessment. five eight seven six ten dollar twenty thirty forty fifty sixty seventy two three four Writing: Write numbers out in words.

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  • Lesson 132 Comprehension and Skimming Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment. five eight seven six ten dollar twenty thirty forty fifty sixty seventy two three four Reading: Skim for answers in a text.

    Lesson 133 Campers Quotations Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Learn a new Spelling word list. father ground tent bring carry cut fall drink hurt much myself never only own small Grammar: Correctly use quotation marks.

    Lesson 134 What Does That Mean? Objective: The student will practice: Spelling: Spelling frequently encountered words. father ground tent bring carry cut fall drink hurt much myself never only own small Reading: Using the dictionary to find the meaning of unknown words.

    Lesson 135 Telling a Story Objective: The student will be introduced and learn to: Spelling: Write Spelling words in sentences. father ground tent bring carry cut fall drink hurt much myself never only own small Reading: Review and understand a story. Writing: Brainstorm ideas for writing a story.

    Lesson 136 Finding the Unfamiliar Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. father ground tent

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  • bring carry cut fall drink hurt much myself never only own small Reading: Increase Vocabulary while reading a story.

    Lesson 137 Quotes within Writing Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Review spelling words. father ground tent bring carry cut fall drink hurt much myself never only own small Grammar: Use quotations within writing. Writing: Write a short story.

    Lesson 138 Postcards from Camp Objective: The student will learn and review how to do the following: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. father ground tent bring carry cut fall drink hurt much myself never only own small Reading: Read and understand a short story.

    Lesson 139 Tricky Pigs and Adjectives Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. unwrap unhappy disable mislead misspell subway submarine preview postdate rewrite retake tripod tricycle exit extract Grammar: Identify adjectives within writing.

    Lesson 140 The Wolf and Three Pigs Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. unwrap unhappy disable

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  • mislead misspell subway submarine preview postdate rewrite retake tripodtricycle exit extract Grammar: Identify prefixes. Reading: Highlight common features within a fairy tale.

    Lesson 141 Creative Fairy Tales Objective: The student will gain or practice the ability to: Spelling: Define Spelling words. unwrap unhappy disable mislead misspell subway submarine preview postdate rewrite retake tripod tricycle exit extract Reading: Identify characteristics of fairy tales. Grammar: Identify and write descriptive adjectives. Writing: Brainstorm ideas for an original fairy tale.

    Lesson 142 Pigs in Fairy Tales Objective: In this Lesson, the student will show the ability to: Spelling: Understand the meaning of common prefixes; Identify root words unwrap unhappy disable mislead misspell subway submarine preview postdate rewrite retake tripod tricycle exit extract Reading: Identify common traits of fairy tales; recognize an Accumulation Fairy Tale.

    Lesson 143 Descriptive Fairy Tales Objective: The student will be introduced and learn to: Spelling: Write Spelling words in sentences. unwrap unhappy disable mislead misspell subway submarine preview postdate rewrite retake tripod tricycle exit extract Grammar: Identify and write descriptive adjectives. Writing: Write a fairy tale.

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  • Lesson 144 Chain Reaction Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment. unwrap unhappy disable mislead misspell subway submarine preview postdatedrewrite retake tripod tricycle exit extract Reading: Identify cause and effect relationships. Materials Needed: Paper, Pencil, Reading Notebook Literary Selections: The Old Woman and Her Pig (Placed in Lesson 142) and The Story of the Three Little Pigs (Placed in Lesson 140)

    Lesson 145 Finding Contractions Objective: The student will be introduced and learn to: Spelling: Understand new Spelling words. cant dont wont youll Im isnt couldnt lets doesnt shouldnt hell arent shell havent didnt Grammar: Use contractions in writing.

    Lesson 146 Analyzing Jack and his Thoughts Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Identify and use contractions. cant dont wont youll Im isnt couldnt lets doesnt shouldnt hell arent shell havent didnt Reading: Understand and analyze characters.

    Lesson 147 Making Contractions Objective: In this Lesson, the student will become fluent in: Spelling: Using Spelling words in sentences. cant dont wont youll Im isnt couldnt lets doesnt shouldnt hell arent shell havent didnt

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  • Grammar: Using contractions in writing.

    Lesson 148 Jack and the Giant Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Identify and use contractions. cant dont wont youll Im isnt couldnt lets doesnt shouldnt hell arent shell havent didnt Reading: Analyze characters and identify problems in a story.

    Lesson 149 Contraction Match-Up Objective: The student will show the ability to: Spelling: Study spelling words. cant dont wont youll Im isnt couldnt lets doesnt shouldnt hell arent shell havent didnt Grammar: Identify and understand contractions.

    Lesson 150 Jack Solves a Problem Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment. cant dont wont youll Im isnt couldnt lets doesnt shouldnt hell arent shell havent didnt Reading: Analyze a story. Writing: Write a new ending and solve a problem within a story.

    Lesson 151 Searching for the Same Objective: The student will practice or learn to: Spelling: Become fluent with new Spelling words. boy farm farmer father bread street watch night thing start never much bring grow

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  • Grammar: Understand and identify synonyms.

    Lesson 152 Pleasing Everyone Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. boy farm farmer father bread street watch night thing start never much bring grow Reading: Identify and write about the main idea of the story. Writing: Journal about a text.

    Lesson 153 Synonyms in Writing Objective: The student will practice: Spelling: Writing Spelling words in sentences. boy farm farmer father bread street watch night thing start never much bring grow Writing: Using descriptive words to make stories and characters more interesting.

    Lesson 154 Getting to the Core Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. boy farm farmer father bread street watch night thing start never much bring grow Reading: Mentally visualize stories. Writing: Journal about a text.

    Lesson 155 Hunting for Synonyms Objective: The student will learn to: Spelling: Practice spelling words. boy farm farmer father bread street watch night thing start never much

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  • bring grow Grammar: Use and understand synonyms.

    Lesson 156 Visualizing New Data Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment. boy farm farmer father bread street watch night thing start never much bring grow Reading: Identify and write about the main idea of a story.

    Lesson 157 Figurative Language Objective: The student will practice: Spelling: Learning new Spelling words. apple ball bear chair chicken children kitty horse squirrel snow milk table leg picture good-bye Reading: Writing similes and metaphors.

    Lesson 158 Reading Fiction and Nonfiction Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Practice and define Spelling words. Reading: Identify nonfiction narratives.

    Lesson 159 Comparisons: Similes and Metaphors Objective: The student will practice or learn to: Spelling: Write Spelling words in sentences. apple ball bear chair chicken children kitty horse squirrel snow milk table leg picture good-bye Reading: Identify similes and metaphors in a text.

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  • Lesson 160 Real Life and Fiction Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. apple ball bear chair chicken children kitty horse squirrel snow milk table leg picture good-bye Reading: Analyze the main character of a story.

    Lesson 161 Writing Similes and Metaphors Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Practice spelling words. apple ball bear chair chicken children kitty horse squirrel snow milk table leg picture good-bye Writing: Write similes and metaphors.

    Lesson 162 Nice Narratives Objective: The student will practice or learn to: Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment. apple ball bear chair chicken children kitty horse squirrel snow milk table leg picture good-bye Reading: Read and comprehend grade level narratives.

    Lesson 163 Giving Life to Objects Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Learn a new list of spelling words. frog prince princess king well water ball golden roll hand head eye crown fell carry Writing: Identify and use personification within writing.

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  • Lesson 164 Personification in Reading Objective: The student will be introduced and learn to: Spelling: Write and define Spelling words. frog prince princess king well water ball golden roll hand head eye crown fell carry Reading: Recognize personification within a text.

    Lesson 165 Breathing Life into Writing Objective: The student will practice or learn to: Spelling: Write Spelling words and use them in sentences. frog prince princess king well water ball golden roll hand head eye crown fell carry Writing: Journal about special talents and use personification in writing.

    Lesson 166 Rats Galore Objective: The student will be introduced and learn to: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. frog prince princess king well water ball golden roll hand head eye crown fell carry Reading: Identify personification within a text.

    Lesson 167 Listing and Personification Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Practice spelling words. frog prince princess king well water ball golden roll hand head eye crown fell carry Writing: Write sentences using personification.

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  • Lesson 168 Perfect Pig Portrayal Objective: The student will practice or learn to: Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment. frog prince princess king well water ball golden roll hand head eye crown fell carry Reading: Identify personification in poems and other literary styles.

    Lesson 169 I Like Subject Pronouns Objective: The student will be introduced and learn to: Spelling: Understand a new list of spelling words. character compare contrast main idea plot setting chores duck ugly link flax paper song home school Grammar: Identify pronouns within sentences.

    Lesson 170 The Duck who was a Swan Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Identify meaning and spelling of common literary terms. character compare contrast main idea plot setting chores duck ugly link flax paper song home school Reading: Identify antagonists and protagonists within stories.

    Lesson 171 Pronouns Must Agree Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Write Spelling words and use them in sentences. character compare contrast main idea plot setting chores duck ugly link flax paper song home school Grammar: Use correct verb and subject pronoun agreement.

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  • Lesson 172 The Little Flax PlantObjective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Identify the meaning and spelling of common literary terms. character compare contrast main idea plot setting chores duck ugly link flax paper song home school Reading: Identify antagonists and protagonists within stories.

    Lesson 173 You Are the Object of My Affection Objective: The student will be introduced and learn to: Spelling: Practice spelling frequently encountered words. character compare contrast main idea plot setting chores duck ugly link flax paper song home school Grammar: Identify and use object pronouns.

    Lesson 174 Discovering the Hero Objective: The student will be introduced and learn to: Spelling: Complete a Spelling Assessment. character compare contrast main idea plot setting chores duck ugly link flax paper song home school Reading: Identify antagonists and protagonists within stories.

    Lesson 175 I and Me When Do We Use Thee? Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Learn a new list of spelling words. deer bear brown jam blue jay honey field mouse black berry fox snow party sleep Grammar: Use the pronouns I and me correctly.

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  • Lesson 176 Sleeping Bears Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. deer bear brown jam blue jay honey field mouse black berry fox snow party sleep Reading: Use the title of a story to make predictions about the story.

    Lesson 177 Theyre Over There! Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Write Spelling words in sentences. deer bear brown jam blue jay honey field mouse black berry fox snow party sleep Grammar: Use the words there, their, and theyre properly.

    Lesson 178 Bears at Breakfast Objective: The student will be introduced and learn to: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. deer bear brown jam blue jay honey field mouse black berry fox snow party sleep Reading: Make predictions about a story based on the storys title.

    Lesson 179 Assessment Taking Objective: The student will gain or reinforce the ability to: Spelling: Write Spelling words five times each. deer bear brownjam blue jay honey field mouse black berry fox snow party sleep Grammar: Complete a multiple choice Assessment on recent grammar Lessons.

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  • Lesson 180 Prediction of Father and Son Objective: The student will reinforce or gain the ability to: Spelling: Spell frequently encountered words. deer bear brown jam blue jay honey field mouse black berry fox snow party sleep Reading: Make predictions about a story based on the title.

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  • Third Grade Language Arts Common Core Alignment

    CompleteCurriculumLesson

    KeyIdeasandDetails

    RL.3.1.Askandanswerquestionstodemonstrateunderstandingofatext, 2,8,11,13,17,38,42,69,71,85,86,88,89,90,93,95,96,demonstrateunderstandingofatext,referringexplicitlytothetextasthebasisfortheanswers.

    2,8,11,13,17,38,42,69,71,85,86,88,89,90,93,95,96,97,101,106,114,116,122,124,126,128,130,132,138,142,144,148,154,156,168,170,172,174,178,180

    RL.3.2.Recountstories,includingfables,folktales,andmythsfromdiversecultures;determinethecentralmessage,lesson,ormoralandexplainh i i d h h k d il i 6 31 40 42 44 61 62 63 65 66 85 86 87 88 89 90 91howitisconveyedthroughkeydetailsinthetext.

    6,31,40,42,44,61,62,63,65,66,85,86,87,88,89,90,91,93,95,97,99,101,140,142,172,174,178,180

    RL.3.3.Describecharactersinastory(e.g.,theirtraits,motivations,orfeelings)andexplainhowtheiractionscontributetothesequenceofevents. 8,17,42,83,89,96,116,126,146,148,156,170contributetothesequenceofevents. 8,17,42,83,89,96,116,126,146,148,156,170

    CraftandStructure

    RL.3.4.Determinethemeaningofwordsandphrasesastheyareusedinatext,distinguishing literal from nonliteraldistinguishingliteralfromnonliterallanguage. 89,RL.3.5.Refertopartsofstories,dramas,andpoemswhenwritingorspeakingaboutatext,usingtermssuchaschapter,scene,andstanza;describehoweachsuccessivepartbuildsonearliersections. 83RL.3.6.Distinguishtheirownpointofviewfromthatofthenarratororthoseofthecharacters. 35,91

    IntegrationofKnowledgeandIdeas

    RL.3.7.Explainhowspecificaspectsofatextsillustrationscontributetowhatisconveyedbythewordsinastory(e.g.,createmood,emphasizeaspectsofa, p pcharacterorsetting). 106,128,135RL.3.8.(Notapplicabletoliterature)

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  • RL.3.9.Compareandcontrastthethemes,settings,andplotsofstorieswrittenbythesameauthoraboutthesameorsimilarcharacters(e.g.,inbooksfromaseries). 101,172

    RangeofReadingandComplexityofText

    RL.3.10.Bytheendoftheyear,readand2,4,6,8,11,12,15,17,29,31,37,40,42,44,45,61,63,65,67,69,71,81,83,86,87,89,90,91,97,99,102,103,104,RL.3.10.Bytheendoftheyear,readand

    comprehendliterature,includingstories,dramas,andpoetry,atthehighendofthegrades23textcomplexitybandindependentlyandproficiently.

    ,67,69,71,81,83,86,87,89,90,91,97,99,102,103,104,105,112,114,116,117,118,119,120,122,124,126,128,130,132,134,136,138,140,142,144,146,147,150,152,154,155,156,158,160,162,164,166,168,169,170,172,174,176,178,180

    KeyIdeasandDetails

    RI.3.1.Askandanswerquestionstodemonstrateunderstandingofatext,referringexplicitlytothetextasthebasisfortheanswers. 22,26,35,49,53,55,56,57,60,78,109,111

    RI.3.2.Determinethemainideaofatext;recountthekeydetailsandexplainhowtheysupportthemainidea. 49,55,80RI.3.3.Describetherelationshipbetweenaseriesofhistoricalevents,scientific ideas or concepts or steps inscientificideasorconcepts,orstepsintechnicalproceduresinatext,usinglanguagethatpertainstotime,sequence,andcause/effect. 59

    CraftandStructure

    RI.3.4.Determinethemeaningofgeneralacademicanddomainspecificwordsandphrasesinatextrelevanttoagrade3topicorsubjectarea . 53,55,78

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  • RI.3.5.Usetextfeaturesandsearchtools(e.g.,keywords,sidebars,hyperlinks)tolocateinformationrelevanttoagiventopicefficiently. 29,35,42,97

    RI.3.6.Distinguishtheirownpointofview from that of the author of a text 55 80viewfromthatoftheauthorofatext. 55,80

    IntegrationofKnowledgeandIdeas

    RI.3.7.Useinformationgainedfromillustrations(e.g.,maps,photographs)andthewordsinatexttodemonstrateunderstandingofthetext(e.g.,where,when,why,andhowkeyeventsoccur). 22,RI.3.8.Describethelogicalconnectionb i l dbetweenparticularsentencesandparagraphsinatext(e.g.,comparison,cause/effect,first/second/thirdinasequence). 109,111RI.3.9.Compareandcontrastthemostimportantpointsandkeydetailspresentedintwotextsonthesamepresentedintwotextsonthesametopic. 49,55

    RangeofReadingandLevelofTextComplexityComplexity

    RI.3.10.Bytheendoftheyear,readandcomprehendinformationaltexts,includinghistory/socialstudies,science,andtechnicaltexts,atthehighendof

    2,4,6,8,11,12,15,17,29,31,37,40,42,44,45,61,63,65,67,69,71,81,83,86,87,89,90,91,97,99,102,103,104,105,112,114,116,117,118,119,120,122,124,126,128,130,132,134,136,138,140,142,144,146,147,150,g

    thegrades23textcomplexitybandindependentlyandproficiently

    152,154,155,156,158,160,162,164,166,168,169,170,172,174,176,178,180

    PhonicsandWordRecognitionRecognition

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  • RF.3.3.Knowandapplygradelevelphonicsandwordanalysisskillsindecodingwords. 13,22,29,38,53,61,76,99,107,108,122,134,140,142Identifyandknowthemeaningofthemostcommonprefixesandderivationalsuffixes. 20,53,61,140,142Decode words with common LatinDecodewordswithcommonLatinsuffixes. 22,Decodemultisyllablewords. 1,76,140,155Readgradeappropriateirregularlyspelledwords. 6,13,22,38,n76,81

    FluencyFluency

    RF.3.4.Readwithsufficientaccuracyandfluencytosupportcomprehension. 6,13,22,29,33,38,45,73Readgradeleveltextwithpurposeandunderstanding. 6,22.29,33,45,73understanding. 6,22.29,33,45,73Readgradelevelproseandpoetryorallywithaccuracy,appropriaterate,andexpression. 117,118,119

    Usecontexttoconfirmorselfcorrectwordrecognitionandunderstanding,

    di 15 33rereadingasnecessary. 15,33

    TextTypesandPurposes

    W.3.1.Writeopinionpiecesontopicsortexts,supportingapointofviewwithreasons. 12,55,80Introducethetopicortexttheyarewritingabout,stateanopinion,andcreateanorganizationalstructurethatlistsreasons. 80Providereasonsthatsupporttheopinion. 12,55,80

    Uselinkingwordsandphrases(e.g.,because ,therefore ,since ,for example )to connect opinion and reasons 12 55toconnectopinionandreasons. 12,55

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  • Provideaconcludingstatementorsection. 80,

    W.3.2.Writeinformative/explanatorytextstoexamineatopicandconveyideasandinformationclearly. 7,15,21,23,24,50,51,54,57,58,59,79,108,110Introduce a topic and group relatedIntroduceatopicandgrouprelatedinformationtogether;includeillustrationswhenusefultoaidingcomprehension. 21,23,24,50,79Developthetopicwithfacts,definitions,anddetails. 14,21,23,24,50,51,54,59,79Uselinkingwordsandphrases(e.g.,g p ( g ,also ,another ,and ,more ,but )toconnectideaswithincategoriesofinformation. 21,23,50Provideaconcludingstatementorsection. 7,9,21,23,24,79

    W 3 3 Write narratives to develop realW.3.3.Writenarrativestodeveloprealorimaginedexperiencesoreventsusingeffectivetechnique,descriptivedetails,andcleareventsequences. 30,32,34,36,41,64,68,100,115,135,137,143,150,152

    Establishasituationandintroduceanarratorand/orcharacters;organizeannarratorand/orcharacters;organizeaneventsequencethatunfoldsnaturally. 82,135

    Usedialogueanddescriptionsofactions,thoughts,andfeelingstodevelopexperiencesandeventsorshowtheresponseofcharacterstosituations. 30,64,68,100,135,137U t l d d h tUsetemporalwordsandphrasestosignaleventorder. 64,135Provideasenseofclosure. 30,68

    ProductionandProductionandDistributionofWriting

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  • W.3.4.Withguidanceandsupportfromadults,producewritinginwhichthedevelopmentandorganizationareappropriatetotaskandpurpose.(Gradespecificexpectationsforwritingtypesare defined in standards 1 3 above ) 16 21 23 32 34 36 50 54 55 59 68 75 79 82 89 137aredefinedinstandards13above.) 16,21,23,32,34,36,50,54,55,59,68,75,79,82,89,137W.3.5.Withguidanceandsupportfrompeersandadults,developandstrengthenwritingasneededbyplanning,revising,andediting. 16,17,23,25,27,37,43,52,66,74,89

    W.3.6.Withguidanceandsupportfromg ppadults,usetechnologytoproduceandpublishwriting(usingkeyboardingskills)aswellastointeractandcollaboratewithothers. 68,84

    ResearchtoBuildandPresentKnowledge

    W.3.7.Conductshortresearchprojectsthatbuildknowledgeaboutatopic. 21,57,79,84W.3.8.RecallinformationfromW.3.8.Recallinformationfromexperiencesorgatherinformationfromprintanddigitalsources;takebriefnotesonsourcesandsortevidenceintoprovidedcategories. 21,47,48,57,58,59,60,70,79,84W.3.9.(Beginsingrade4)

    RangeofWriting

    W.3.10.Writeroutinelyoverextendedtimeframes(timeforresearch,reflection,andrevision)andshorter 3,5,9,12,13,14,16,16,21,23,24,25,27,30,32,34,41,5timeframes(asinglesittingoradayortwo)forarangeofdisciplinespecifictasks,purposes,andaudiences.

    1,52,54,55,57,58,59,64,68,72,79,80,82,83,87,89,94,98,100,103,105,108,110,115,131,135,137,138,141,143,150,152,153,154,159,161,163,165,176

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  • ComprehensionandCollaboration

    SL.3.1.Engageeffectivelyinarangeofcollaborative discussions (one on one incollaborativediscussions(oneonone,ingroups,andteacherled)withdiversepartnersongrade3topicsandtexts ,buildingonothersideasandexpressingtheirownclearly. 29,54,80,

    Cometodiscussionsprepared,havingCometodiscussionsprepared,havingreadorstudiedrequiredmaterial;explicitlydrawonthatpreparationandotherinformationknownaboutthetopictoexploreideasunderdiscussion. 44,54,80,

    Followagreeduponrulesfordiscussions( i i h fl i f l(e.g.,gainingthefloorinrespectfulways,listeningtootherswithcare,speakingoneatatimeaboutthetopicsandtextsunderdiscussion). 2,29

    Askquestionstocheckunderstandingofinformationpresented,stayontopic,informationpresented,stayontopic,andlinktheircommentstotheremarksofothers. 54,80,

    Explaintheirownideasandunderstandinginlightofthediscussion. 29,54,80,

    SL.3.2.Determinethemainideasandsupportingdetailsofatextreadaloudorinformationpresentedindiversemediaandformats,includingvisually,quantitatively,andorally. 44,

    SL 3 3 Ask and answer questions aboutSL.3.3.Askandanswerquestionsaboutinformationfromaspeaker,offeringappropriateelaborationanddetail. 76,140

    PresentationofKnowledgeandIdeas

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  • SL.3.4.Reportonatopicortext,tellastory,orrecountanexperiencewithappropriatefactsandrelevant,descriptivedetails,speakingclearlyatanunderstandablepace. 44,54,75,

    SL 3 5 Create engaging audio recordingsSL.3.5.Createengagingaudiorecordingsofstoriesorpoemsthatdemonstratefluidreadingatanunderstandablepace;addvisualdisplayswhenappropriatetoemphasizeorenhancecertainfactsordetails. 73,SL.3.6.Speakincompletesentencesp pwhenappropriatetotaskandsituationinordertoproviderequesteddetailorclarification. 44,54,75,

    ConventionsofStandardEnglish

    L.3.1.DemonstratecommandoftheconventionsofstandardEnglishgrammarandusagewhenwritingorspeaking.

    6,21,23,25,27,29,30,32,34,36,37,41,45,50,54,55,58,59,64,64,66,68,69,75,77,79,80,82,83,87,92,94,98,100,127,129,131,143,145,147,149,150,153speaking. 100,127,129,131,143,145,147,149,150,153

    Explainthefunctionofnouns,pronouns,verbs,adjectives,andadverbsingeneralandtheirfunctionsinparticularsentences.

    10,12,14,16,17,19,21,23,24,25,28,32,36,37,62,63,65,66,70,103,105,118,119,139,141,167,169,173,175,179

    Formanduseregularandirregularpluralnouns. 37,39,41,43,45

    Useabstractnouns(e.g.,childhood ). 28,Formanduseregularandirregularverbs. 63,64,65,68

    Formandusethesimple(e.g.,Iwalked;I walk; I will walk ) verb tenses 71 72 74Iwalk;Iwillwalk )verbtenses. 71,72,74Ensuresubjectverbandpronounantecedentagreement.* 68,113,1115,171,179

    Formandusecomparativeandsuperlativeadjectivesandadverbs,andchoosebetweenthemdependingonwhatistobemodified. 30,141

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  • Usecoordinatingandsubordinatingconjunctions. 24,64,77Producesimple,compound,andcomplexsentences. 65,L.3.2.DemonstratecommandoftheconventionsofstandardEnglishcapitalization punctuation and spelling 23 25 41 45 55 58 59 64 65 66 68 69 75 77 79 82 8capitalization,punctuation,andspellingwhenwriting.

    23,25,41,45,55,58,59,64,65,66,68,69,75,77,79,82,84,87,94,98,100,127,129,131,145,147,150,153,155

    Capitalizeappropriatewordsintitles. 25,Usecommasinaddresses. 82,84Usecommasandquotationmarksindialogue. 121,123,125,133,137g , , , ,Formandusepossessives. 46,48,50,52,54

    Useconventionalspellingforhighfrequencyandotherstudiedwordsandforaddingsuffixestobasewords(e.g.,sitting,smiled,cries,happiness ).

    1,3,4,5,7,8,10,11,12,13,16,17,19,22,24,25,26,28,29,33,35,38,44,47,53,56,58,60,61,62,64,65,67,69,71,73,74,75,77,78,79,80,81,83,85,86,87,88,90,91,92,94,95,9699,101108

    Use spelling patterns and generalizationsUsespellingpatternsandgeneralizations(e.g.,wordfamilies,positionbasedspellings,syllablepatterns,endingrules,meaningfulwordparts )inwritingwords. 61,63,65,74,94,97,99,102,107110,122,140,142

    Consultreferencematerials,includingConsultreferencematerials,includingbeginningdictionaries,asneededtocheckandcorrectspellings. 17,19,22,29,31,40,58,61,72,81

    KnowledgeofLanguage

    L.3.3.Useknowledgeoflanguageanditsconventionswhenwriting,speaking,reading,orlistening.

    6,21,23,30,51,58,64,68,69,77,80,82,84,87,92,143,149,150

    Choosewordsandphrasesforeffect.* 30

    RecognizeandobservedifferencesbetweentheconventionsofspokenandwrittenstandardEnglish. 70,81

    VocabularyAcquisitiond UandUse

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  • L.3.4.Determineorclarifythemeaningofunknownandmultiplemeaningwordandphrasesbasedongrade3readingandcontent,choosingflexiblyfromarangeofstrategies. 22,177

    Usesentencelevelcontextasacluetothemeaningofawordorphrase. 29,Determinethemeaningofthenewwordformedwhenaknownaffixisaddedtoaknownword(e.g.,agreeable/disagreeable,g / g ,comfortable/uncomfortable,care/careless,heat/preheat ). 20,47,49,53,140

    Useaknownrootwordasacluetothemeaningofanunknownwordwiththesameroot(e.g.,company,companion ). 47,49Use glossaries or beginning dictionariesUseglossariesorbeginningdictionaries,bothprintanddigital,todetermineorclarifytheprecisemeaningofkeywordsandphrases.

    29,31,40,61,72,76,77,81,87,92,98,103,107,113,118,125,134,136,137,141,178

    L.3.5.Demonstrateunderstandingoffigurativelanguage,wordrelationshipsfigurativelanguage,wordrelationshipsandnuancesinwordmeanings. 15,151,157,159,161,162,163,165,166,167,168

    Distinguishtheliteralandnonliteralmeaningsofwordsandphrasesincontext(e.g.,takesteps ). 157,

    Id tif l lif ti b tIdentifyreallifeconnectionsbetweenwordsandtheiruse(e.g.,describepeoplewhoarefriendly orhelpful ).

    Distinguishshadesofmeaningamongrelatedwordsthatdescribestatesofmindordegreesofcertainty(e.g.,knew,mindordegreesofcertainty(e.g.,knew,believed,suspected,heard,wondered ). 15,24,51

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  • L.3.6.Acquireanduseaccuratelygradeappropriateconversational,generalacademic,anddomainspecificwordsandphrases,includingthosethatsignalspatialandtemporalrelationships(e.g.,After dinner that night we went lookingAfterdinnerthatnightwewentlookingforthem ). 30,38,55,76

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  • STUDENT MANUAL LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON 178-1

    Lesson 178Bears at Breakfast

    Begin this Lesson by reviewing your following list of Spelling words.

    Now, write each of your Spelling words in your Spelling and Vocabulary Notebook. Then, write a definition for each word. Use a dictionary, but write the definition in words you understand. You will remember them better if you use your own words.

    Reading: Today, you will be reading a short story. Before you read, try to predict what the story is going to be about just by looking at the title. When you use prediction before you read, it helps you to understand the story better.

    The title of todays story is Three Bears Come to Breakfast. Before reading the story, complete Part I of the Before and After Reading Worksheet. Then, read the story Three Bears Come to Breakfast. When you havefinished the story, complete Part II of the Before and After Reading Worksheet.

    Lesson Wrap-Up: What did you predict the story Three Bears Come to Breakfast would be about? Where your predictions correct?

    Spelling Words:

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  • STUDENT MANUAL LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON 178-2

    Before and After Reading Worksheet

    Name_______________________________________________________

    Part I: Directions: Before reading the story Three Bears Come to Breakfast, answer the following questions about what you think the story will be like just based on the title.

    I predict the story will be about

    I predict that the main character will

    Now, begin reading the story, Three Bears Come to Breakfast.

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  • STUDENT MANUAL LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON 178-3

    Name_______________________________________________________

    Part II: Directions: After reading the story, complete the sentences below about what the whole text was actually about. When you have completed the sentences, compare them to your predictions.

    The story was really about

    The main character really did.

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  • PROGRESSIVE READER THREE BEARS COME TO BREAKFAST

    Three Bears Come to Breakfast

    Frances Margaret FoxSAMPLE

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  • PROGRESSIVE READER THREE BEARS COME TO BREAKFAST

    Pg 1

    From the day when the Three Bears discovered the Enchanted

    Land where bears may walk without fear of harm, and may

    safely poke their noses into any mans tent if they choose, from

    that day, Little Bear pleaded to go back.

    Then let us be off, exclaimed Father Bear at last. Let us be

    off on a holiday journey, Mother Bear. Come, son, close the

    door of our little house and away we go!

    And away they went. Little Bear was so happy when the three

    jolly companions finally reached the Enchanted Land that he

    went to bed at sunset so that he might be up early in the

    morning to explore a

    country where rocks were

    painted in all colors of the

    rainbow, where springs

    of hot water bubbled

    through the earth, and

    where crystal-clear

    waterfalls filled his little

    heart with wonder.

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  • PROGRESSIVE READER THREE BEARS COME TO BREAKFAST

    Pg 2

    Sure enough, Little Bear awoke in the early dawn, gave his

    father a friendly poke in the side, gave his mothers nose a

    friendly tweak, and thus merrily the day began.

    Let us take a walk before breakfast, suggested Little Bear.

    Very well, agreed Father Bear, and let us catch fish for

    breakfast in a mountain stream!

    And we shall cook the fish in the first hot spring along the

    way, added Mother Bear.

    On through the glorious dawn went the Three Bears, crooning

    an old song and joyfully sniffing the air, when suddenly they

    came upon a sleeping camp, where the tents of the campers

    formed a big circle. In the center of the circle were the ashes

    of a campfire, and not far away was a cook stove standing

    near a covered wagon. On that stove was a kettle. Over to that

    kettle pranced Little Bear. He lifted the cover and peeped

    in. The kettle was full of something Little Bear had never seen

    before. Over walked Father Bear, over walked Mother Bear.

    They peeped in the kettle and shook their heads.

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    Pg 3

    It is something the cook forgot to put

    away! remarked Father

    Bear in pompous tones.

    You may taste of it if

    you wish, Son Bear,

    said his mother.

    Into the kettle went Little

    Bears paw, and out it came filled with soft, brown, juicy fruit.

    He ate it, and it was good so good he ate more and more.

    Father Bear ate the fruit, Mother Bear ate the fruit.

    What is it? they said one to another. But although they

    could not answer the question, they liked that fruit so well

    they ate and ate until they ate it all up. They even forgot

    their manners and smacked their lips. Suddenly there was

    a noise in one of the tents, and out popped the cooks wife,

    calling, Oh, the bears are eating our prunes! Oh, the bears

    are eating our prunes! Shoo! Shoo! Shoo! They were eating

    our prunes!

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    Pg 4

    So we were eating prunes! exclaimed Mother Bear, and

    away went the Three Bears, laughing.

    And prunes are good! piped up Little Bear, in his shrill,

    shrill voice.

    But Daddy Bear pranced through the forest singing: Oh, let

    us sing some new, new tunes! All about her prunes, prunes,

    prunes! And Prunes, prunes, prunes, the Three Bears

    sang all that merry day. Prunes, prunes, prunes, prunes we

    had for breakfast!

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  • STUDENT MANUAL LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON 179-1

    Lesson 179Assessment Taking

    To begin this Lesson, review your following list of Spelling words.

    Now, practice your Spelling words by writing them five times each in your Spelling and Vocabulary Notebook.

    Grammar: Today, you will learn about taking multiple-choice Assessments. This type of Assessment requires you to choose from a variety of answers. These answers are given using the choices of A, B, C, and D.

    It is