Short Vowels; ea/e/ Character & Setting



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Character & Setting

Predict

Sentences

Voice

Long Vowels CVCe

Main Idea & Details

Text Structure

Subjects

Word Choice

Consonant Blends

Monitor & Fix Up

Predicate

Inflected Endings

Statements &

Questions

Conventions

Consonant Digraphs

Realism & Fantasy

Commands &

Exclamations


Bossy R: ar, or, ore

Sequence

Nouns

Organization/

Paragraphs

Contractions

Prior Knowledge

Proper Nouns

Bossy R: er, ir, ur

Summarize

Singular-Plural

Plurals: -s. –es, -ies

Author’s Purpose

Story Structure

Plural Nouns

Long A: a, ai, ay

Draw Conclusions

Visualize

Possessive Nouns

Focus/Ideas

Long E: e, ee, ea, y

Verbs

Long O: o, oa, ow


Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns

Compound Words

Cause & Effect

Verb Tenses

Long I: i, ie, igh, y

Theme & Plot

Word Choice

Comparative Ending

Linking Verbs

Syllables C + le

Compare & Contrast

Adjectives

Vowels: oo, u

Fact & Opinion

Ask Questions

Dipthongs: ow, ou

Graphic Organizers

Dipthongs: oi, oy

Adverbs: where

Vowels oo, ue, ew, ui

Adverbs: how

Suffixes: ly, ful, er, or

Pronouns


Prefixes: un, re, pre, dis

Silent Consonants

Plot & Theme

Pronouns I & me

ph, gh /f/

aw, au, augh, al

Capital Letters

Quotation Marks

Syllables: -tion, -ture

Use Commas

Suffixes: -ness, -less

Compound

Sentences


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SF%20Reading%20Street -> Second Grade 2014 Edition Unit 1: Tara and Tiree
SF%20Reading%20Street -> Week 11: Pearl & Wagner Phonics: Long e: e, ee, ea, y Comprehension
SF%20Reading%20Street -> Hobbies Written by: Dennis Michaels Illustrated by: Tom Hurst Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -or
SF%20Reading%20Street -> Our Reading Party Written by: Melissa Stephens Illustrated by: Bob Atkinson Long e: e, ee, ea, y
SF%20Reading%20Street -> Directions: After reading the story, complete three activities to complete a tic-tac-toe. Mark your choices with X’s or O’s and staple your completed work together. Vocabulary




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