Jamaica Louise James Lesson 11 Day 4
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  • 1. Lesson 11 Day 4
  • 2.
    • What do you like about painting pictures?
      • What makes painting different from drawing with crayons or pencils?
      • Why do we often wear special clothes when painting pictures?
      • Tell about some ways you like to use a brush when you paint a picture.
    • I like painting pictures because_______
    • Daily Proofreading
      • sam and I will go to a movie on friday.
      • Sam and I will go to a movie on Friday.
  • 3. A dot, a blot, a smidge, a smear, And just a little squiggle here. . . A dab, a dash, a splish, a splat, That’s how Patrick paints a cat! Robin Bernard
  • 4. High Frequency Words Word Wall worry question picture bought draw especially sure minute
  • 5. Syllable Pattern VCCV vowels a e i o u consonants all the letters that are not vowels When a word has a vccv pattern divide the word between the consonants.
  • 6. VCCV Pattern pencil v c c number v c c v v
  • 7.  
  • 8.
    • bath
    • shadow
    • sandwich
    • starfish
    • matchbox
    • shape
    • such
    • show
    9. each 10. wish 11. then 12. bathtub 13. lunch 14. chop 15. catch
  • 9.   Author’s Purpose    
    • Authors write for different purposes , or reasons:
    • *Sometimes they write to tell a story that readers will enjoy.
    • *Sometimes they write to teach facts about real things . *Sometimes they write to tell what they think or feel about
    • something .
    • To find an author’s purpose , think about the kind of writing.
    • at the chart.
    • Can you think of an example you have read for each purpose?
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  • 10.
    • bought
    • draw
    • especially
    • minute
    • picture
    • question
    • sure
    • worry
  • 11.
    • filthy – If something is very dirty, it is filthy.
    • fellow – You use fellow to describe a person who has something in common with you.
    • executive – When someone is a boss in charge of a business, that person is called an executive.
    • beautifying – When you are making something nicer or more beautiful than it was, you are beautifying it.
    • renowned – If you are renowned, you are famous for something.
    • kin – Your kin are all of your family members and relatives.
    • original – When something is original, it is the first of its kind.
    • adorn – When you adorn something, you decorate it and make it beautiful.
  • 12.
    • filthy, beautifying
      • a teddy bear that has been dragged through the mud
      • a birthday gift wrapped with paper and ribbons
      • a grassy field littered with trash
    • executive
      • “I’ll make a decision on that by the end of the day.”
      • “Could I stay home tomorrow?”
      • “My plan will increase our business and please our customers.”
      • Please schedule a meeting on that for this afternoon.
  • 13.
    • adorn, original
      • a birthday cake
      • a sweatshirt
      • a pair of gym shoes
      • a bicycle
  • 14.
    • An abbreviation is a short way to write a word.
    • Most abbreviations end with a period.
    • Abbreviations for proper nouns begin with capital letters.
    • Abbreviations are pronounced as if they were written out.
    • Mrs. Jackson Mon. Apr. 19
    • Dr. Hodges Thurs. Dec. 8
  • 15.
    • A personal narrative tells a true story about something that happened in your life.
    • Use the words I, me, we, and us.
    • Tell about your thoughts and feelings.
    • Use capital letters and periods in abbreviated titles such as Mr. and Dr.