Click or Clunk? Use your mental model. In each little story, there is a mistake. This mistake will make that sentence CLUN...
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Making mental models

  1. 1. Click or Clunk? Use your mental model. In each little story, there is a mistake. This mistake will make that sentence CLUNK! Circle the mistake. In the box, write a better word or sentence. At the Bakery “Good morning, Mrs. Richards,” Better word or said the baker. “What would you sentence:________________________ like?” “I’d like three cupcakes, please,” Why:_____________________________ Mrs. Richards answered. “Each with ____________________________________ chocolate icing. And I’d also like to order a birthday cake to pick up next ____________________________________ week.” ____________________________________ “Of course,” said the baker. He pulled out a four-wheeler so that he ____________________________________ could write down the information. “What kind of cake would you like? Playing SoccerBetter word orsentence:_______________________ Kenzie was getting ready for her first soccer game. She put on her uniform, shin guards,Why:_____________________________ and cleats. Then she pulled her long hair back into a ponytail.____________________________________ “I can’t wait to play!” she said to her mom. “Let’s go!”____________________________________ “I have to find my car keys,” Mom said. The park was a short drive away from their house.____________________________________ Kenzie’s team played on the outdoor field. Kenzie looked out the window. Snow was____________________________________ gently falling, blanketing the ground in white. “Hurry up!” she told her mom. “The game starts in 10 minutes.” E. Kissner 2012

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