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Chapter 3, Lesson 4

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Chapter 3, Lesson 4

  1. 1. Lessons 4 and 5.notebook October 12, 2012 October 12, 2012 Agenda: • Spelling & Vocabulary  > Unit 5 Spelling Pre­Test, List, & Grade • Grammar > Lesson 4  • Literature > Maniac Magee  Homework: • Independent Reading Sheet & Log #1 due  10/26 1
  2. 2. Lessons 4 and 5.notebook October 12, 2012 Lesson 4: Possessive Pronouns Possessive pronouns  are personal pronouns that  show ownership .  Singular Plural  my, mine our, ours your, yours your, yours her, hers, his, its  their, theirs  Some of my best friends live in other countries.  All our correspondence is by e­mail.  Even their old computers are online now.  *its/its your/youre their/theyre 2
  3. 3. Lessons 4 and 5.notebook October 12, 2012 Circle the correct pronoun or contraction for each sentence.  1. (Its, Its) now possible for schools throughout the world to be  linked on the internet.  2. A school can partner with a "Sister School" oversears to learb  about (its, its) land and culture.  3. If (your, youre) interested, contact the Society for  International Sister Schools.  4. (Your, Youre) school can correspond with schools in Russia,  Mexico, Korea, Ireland­­almost anywhere! 5. Your international Web pals write from (their, theyre)  computers, and you write from yours.  3

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