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    • Underline the complete subject once and the complete predicate twice.1. My best friend lives down the street.2. My brother’s girlfriend is a nurse.3. How do you know the answer?4. After school my tutor comes over.
    • Underline the complete subject once and the complete predicate twice.1. My best friend lives down the street.2. My brother’s girlfriend is a nurse.3. How do you know the answer?4. After school my math tutor comes over.
    • Underline the complete subject once and the complete predicate twice.1. My best friend lives down the street.2. My brother’s girlfriend is a nurse.3. How do you know the answer?4. After school my math tutor comes over.
    • Short Story and NovelsShort Stories… Novels…• Usually are about a single • Have several ideas and idea or theme themes• Are usually not in chapters • Much longer• Can be read in one sitting • Are told in chapters and take much longer to read
    • All fiction has certain elements…• Plot• Character• Setting• Theme
    • PlotIs the framework ormap of the story.It is build around aconflict.
    • CharacterEvery novel isbuilt aroundmain and minorcharacters whomove the storyforward. Everycharacter haspersonality traitsthat definethem.
    • SettingIs the time andplace a story takesplace. By time, itcould be the timeof day and time inhistory as well…
    • ThemeIs the meaningor moral of thestory. Whatmessage is theauthor tryingto get across?What is thelesson?
    • Possible Spelling Activities• Create a word search• Write a story that includes at least 10 of the words• Write ten sentences with two spelling words in each sentence.• Rainbow words (write the words with different colors for each letter)• Ladder words (spell the word a letter at a time…ex. a ad ada adag adage)• Write the words in alphabetical order, three times each• Create a Hangman for 10 of your words and play with a family member• Take a practice spelling test