Part 2 Fantastic Tales The Literature You\Part 2 Fantastic Tales The Literature You'll Read
Science fiction is the art of the possible, not the art of the impossible. As soon as you deal with things that can't happen, you are writing fantasy
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Theme reviewTheme review
What is a theme? The theme of a story is usually an idea about life, life situations, and human behavior. It is not directly stated; it is inferred
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Score (25 points possible)Score (25 points possible)
Carefully read each of the definitions provided and fill in the name of the Literary Term which best fits the definition
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Open-Ended QuestionsOpen-Ended Questions
Activity: In Buddy Pairs, one team member selects a book that the other team member has not read. Then the second team member uses these questions to evaluate the student
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Kindergarten Writing PerformanceKindergarten Writing Performance
Note: The questions in bold were designed to help students learn skills necessary to meet the writing standards
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Title of Unit Learning from Lessons Grade LevelTitle of Unit Learning from Lessons Grade Level
Rl 2 Recount stories, including fables and folktales from diverse cultures, and determine their central message, lesson, or moral
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ComprehensionComprehension
There are a variety of ways to assess thinking informally – they include written, oral, artistic and dramatic means
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Stephen Decatur Middle School Summer Reading Fun Packet Grade-level selected books for required reading Summer, 2011Stephen Decatur Middle School Summer Reading Fun Packet Grade-level selected books for required reading Summer, 2011
A calendar of grade-level Study Island activities to complete at the following link
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Cross grade comparison chartCross grade comparison chart
Reading overall expectation # 1: read and demonstrate an understanding of a variety of literary, graphic and informational texts, using a range of strategies to construct meaning
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Question Sheets for casi 4 Reading PassagesQuestion Sheets for casi 4 Reading Passages
The following pages may be reproduced by the purchasing school for classroom use
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Talk about differences, and let the children write descriptive sentences/poems about some of the different color shades in the bookTalk about differences, and let the children write descriptive sentences/poems about some of the different color shades in the book
Day/Session One: Introduce cultural topics study by introducing Shades of People
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Spring break packet 2014 Grade 5 Adapted from Prince George’s County spring packet General DirectionsSpring break packet 2014 Grade 5 Adapted from Prince George’s County spring packet General Directions
Read the selection carefully so that you can do your best when answering the Multiple Choice and Brief Constructed Response (bcr) questions
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Grade 4: Module 1: Unit 2: Lesson 16 Explaining the Themes of Eagle SongGrade 4: Module 1: Unit 2: Lesson 16 Explaining the Themes of Eagle Song
I can determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text. (Rl 2)
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*For each of the questions below, ask students to support their answer with evidence from the text. Reading Literature Standards: rl2*For each of the questions below, ask students to support their answer with evidence from the text. Reading Literature Standards: rl2
RL2: Recount stories, including fables and folktales from diverse cultures, and determine their central message, lesson, or moral
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