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A presentation to introduce the vocabulary, strategy and skill for the 5th grade Macmillon/McGraw-Hill story "Miss Alaineus" by Debra Frasier.

A presentation to introduce the vocabulary, strategy and skill for the 5th grade Macmillon/McGraw-Hill story "Miss Alaineus" by Debra Frasier.

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  • 1. Miss Alaineus
    Vocabulary
  • 2. Slumped
    A person isslumped in his chair if he slides down.
  • 3. soggy
    Soggy is how something feels when it is full of water.
  • 4. Strands
    strands are threads or similar items that can be twisted together.
  • 5. Capable
    Capable means you have the skill or power to do something well.
  • 6. categories
    categories are groups or classes of things.
  • 7. Gigantic
    Something gigantic is larger than other things.
  • 8. Credit
    Credit is something given by teachers for extra work.
  • 9. Luminous
    Something luminous is very bright and shiny.
  • 10. Miss Alaineus
    Strategy and Skill
  • 11. Focus Strategy
    Analyze Story Structure
  • 12. Story Structure looks at howthe author has organized the events of the plot using story elements such as…
  • 13. Character
    The combination of qualities or features that distinguishes one person, group, or thing from another.
  • 14. And…
  • 15. Setting
    The context and environment in which something is set.
  • 16. …As Well as Literary elements such as…
  • 17. Flashback
    A transition (in literary or theatrical works or films) to an earlier event or scene that interrupts the normal chronological development of the story
  • 18. and…
  • 19. Foreshadowing
    Foreshadowing is a literary technique used by many different authors to provide clues for the reader to be able to predict what might occur later on in the story.
  • 20. Understanding how the
    events of a story are
    organized can help
    readers better
    understand and
    remember what thet are
    reading.
  • 21. Focus skill
    Character and Plot
  • 22. The Plotis the series of events that give a story a …
    beginning---Middle---End
  • 23. Parts of a plot
    Beginning (exposition)
    Middle
    Rising action
    Conflict
    climax
    End
    Falling action
    Resolution
  • 24. Plot
    Climax
    Falling Action
    conflict
    Resolution
    Rising action
    beginning
  • 25. A CHARACTERIS WHO THE STORY IS ABOUT.
  • 26. CHARACTER
    AMajor characteris the character the story is about.
    The Minor characters are the other characters in a story.
    Sage
    Mrs. Page Forrest
  • 27. Good readers
    Identify the problem the character faces and how he or she tries to solve it.
  • 28. Good readers
    Look for examples of Foreshadowing or hints about what will happen next.
  • 29. Good readers
    Look for examples of Flashbacks or a return to events that took place before the story events.