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Unit 4 Treasures 3rd Grade

Unit 4 Treasures 3rd Grade

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  • Unit 4: Determination Weekly Theme: What’s Cooking? Selection 1: Title: Cook-A-Doodle-Doo! Author: Janet Stevens and Susan Stevens Crummel
    • Genre:
    • Humorous Fiction – a made-up story written to make the reader laugh.
    • Comprehension Strategy:
    • Make Inferences and
    • Analyze
    • Comprehension Skill:
    • Compare Characters
    • Phonics:
    • decode words with /ô/
    • Spelling Focus:
    • words with aw, au, al, ough
    • yawn, taught, salt, lawn, halls, hauls, hawks,
    • squawk, bought, bawls, drawing, caused,
    • paused, crawled, coughing
    • Review Words: joyful, coins, spoiled
    • Challenge Words: walrus, autumn
    • Key Vocabulary:
    • magnificent – wonderful; very beautiful
    • masterpiece – a great work; a very good example of something
    • ingredient – one of the parts of a mixture
    • recipes – lists of ingredients and directions for making food
    • tasty – having a good flavor
    • Vocabulary Skills:
    • Idioms
    • ** An expression whose meaning is different from the meaning of each separate word
    • Sometimes you can use the dictionary to help you figure out what idioms mean.
    • Ex.: “on cloud nine” means very happy
    • Word Work:
    • Grammar Skills:
    • Verbs Be, Do, and Have
    • Am , is , and are are present-tense forms of the verb be .
    • Do and does are present-tense forms of the verb do .
    • Have and has are present-tense forms of the verb have .