Predicting Outcomes
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  • 1. Predicting Outcomes
  • 2. Using Pictures
  • 3. Using Context
    Val tried on a pair of shoes. They didn’t fit. She tried on another pair. They fit, but she didn’t like them. Val tried on a third pair of shoes. They fit, and she like how they looked. But the shoes were red. Val wanted blue shoes.
    Val wil ask for _____.
    A. smaller shoes
    B. bigger shoes
    C. the same shoes in blue
    D. shoes that don’t cost as much
  • 4. Using Context
    Mrs. Fox opened her letter box. Surprised, she found the letter she had sent her sister the day before. Mrs. Fox looked at it. Then she saw whey it had not gone to her sister. So Mrs. Fox…
  • 5. “No airplanes will take off today,” said the man to a woman.
    “Oh, my!” said the woman. “I must let my friend know that I will not be there today!”
    So the woman…
  • 6. The boys were playing ball in the field behind Mr. Kim’s house. The game was a tie until Jerry hit a long home run. The boys saw the ball go through Mr. Kim’s window.
    So the boys…
  • 7. Now write about it!
    Waseem and Maria went out for a walk on a cold winter day. As they approached the newly frozen lake, they saw a sign that said, CAUTION: Cracking Ice! Waseem was anxious to go skating so he ignored the sign. He skated to the middle of the frozen lake when he heard a loud CCRRRAAACCCKKK!