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I added slides to Kristie McCormick's ppt. I also used slides created by Agatha Lee.

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  • STORY TOWN LESSON 9 DAY 2 Click, Clack, Moo
  • Question of the Day
    • Would you miss milk if cows stopped making it? Tell why.
      • What foods taste best with milk?
      • How would our meals be different if we did not have milk? How would they be the same?
      • What would you drink if you couldn’t have milk?
    • I would _____ milk because ______.
    Daily Proofreading
    • I meet new peoples every Day.
    • I meet new peoples every Day.
  • The gentle cow is good and kind. All day she chews with quiet mind. She eats and eats the green, green grass, And thin I drink it in a glass.   Mary Morris Duane
  • High Frequency Words Word Wall ago fair accept clear though half
  • oa ow
  • Spelling Words
  • Read Words in Context
    • Ivan put on his coat to play in the snow .
    • Each pet has its own bowl of food.
    • I wonder if my boat will float .
    • Will a low bush grow by the front door?
    • You can soak the load of dirty clothes before washing.
  • High Frequency words
    • believe
    • Do you believe the story about a hen baking bread.
    • impossible
    • It is impossible to be in two places at the same time.
    • enough
    • Use enough glue so the paper will stick to the box.
  • High Frequency words
    • brought
    • Nick brought an apple for everyone in the class.
    • understand
    • Jill can read and understand Spanish.
    • arrived
    • Qing arrived at school early today.
    • quite
    • Rose is quite happy with the story she wrote.
  • High – Frequency Words
    • believe
    • brought
    • early
    • enough
    • impossible
    • quite
    • understand
  • Plot
  • Build Robust Vocabulary
    • request – When you request something, you ask for it.
    • negotiate – When you negotiate, you talk, and offer to give up one thing in exchange for another, in hopes of reaching an agreement.
    • compromise – When each side in an argument gives up part of what it wants, the sides have made a compromise.
    • improve – When you make something better, you improve it.
  • request
      • The cows request electric blankets.
  • request When you request something, you ask for it.
  • request
  • request Would you request help - from your teacher from your pet? or
  • request When you ask for it.
  • negotiate
    • The cows and Farmer Brown negotiate to reach an agreement.
    I want milk! I want an electric blanket!
  • negotiate When you negotiate , you talk, and offer to give up one thing in exchange for another, in hopes of reaching an agreement.
  • negotiate
  • negotiate Would you negotiate with your parents to stay up later or to play outside?
  • negotiate
    • When you talk and offer to give up one thing in exchange for another, in hopes of reaching an agreement. ( bargain )
  • compromise
    • The cows and Farmer Brown compromise by trading the typewriter for the blankets.
  • compromise When each side in an argument gives up part of what it wants, then the sides have made a compromise .
  • compromise
  • compromise Would you make a compromise over trading your favorite toy or settling an argument with a friend?
  • compromise
    • When each side in an argument gives up part of what it wants. ( settle )
    $10 Will you take $5? No, but I’ll take $7. $7
  • improve
    • The ducks want Farmer Brown to improve their lives, too.
  • improve Improve means to make something better.
  • improve
  • improve Would you improve your bedroom by throwing everything on the floor or by repainting it?
  • improve
    • When you make something better
  • Writing