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Spelling Words        (featuring short a & i)•Flag               •Sat•Fin                •List•Ran                •Sit•Has...
Challenge Words     (Featuring Short a & i)•Picnic•Plastic•Rabbit•Fabric•Napkin
Look at the poem on the next slide. Can you findall the short a & i words?
Dad fed the snack to the cats      That is a fat cat!The cats nap on Dad’s back. I hope the cats do not slip!  The cats ca...
Dad fed the snack to the cats      That is a fat cat!The cats nap on Dad’s back. I hope the cats do not slip!  The cats ca...
Vocabulary• Ignore      • Challenge• Dangerous   • Underestimate• Style       • Proficient• Passion     • Heed
Ignore•To refuse to pay attention to something
Dangerous•Likely to cause harm or injury
Style•A certain way of doing something
Passion•Energy and strong feelings
Challenge•To ask someone to be in a contest
Underestimate•To think something will be easier than it really is
Proficient•To be very good at something
Heed•To listen to warning and use it to help you do something
Why do you think MarcBrown wrote this story?A.To tell about different kinds  of reading races.B.To tell a fun story about ...
Author’s Purpose•Marc Brown wrote this story to entertain you. This is a story you will    read and enjoy.
Genre •This story is fiction.Fiction books are made-          up.
Comprehension Strategy• When you read a fiction storysuch as “Arthur’s Reading Race,” pay attention to the characters’acti...
Social StudiesA bank is a business   where money is      kept. Bank      customers   deposit, or put    in, money for  saf...
Robust Vocabulary   in Context
D.W. accepted Arthur’s _______ to          read ten words.•Challenge•Underestimated•Proficient•Heed
Arthur _______ D.W.’s talents.•Challenge•Underestimated•Proficient•Heed
Arthur became a ______ reader by        reading all the time.•Challenge•Underestimate•Proficient•Heed
Arthur did not ______ the warning on        the “Wet Paint” sign.•Challenge•Underestimate•Proficient•Heed
Heed or Ignore?• Wear a jacket on a cold day.• Never put ketchup on your  hotdog.• Keep your ice cream in the oven?• Read ...
Challenge or Proficient?• Catching a ball• Tying a shoe• Doing a handstand• Eating an apple• Jumping rope 50 times in a row
Dangerous or Safe?• Walking across the street• Playing on train tracks• Picking up a stray animal• Borrowing a pencil
High Frequency Words
ALREADY
EIGHT
POLICE
PROVE
SIGN
BUY
EAT
KNOW
MONEY
READ
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Arthur's reading race[1]

  1. 1. Spelling Words (featuring short a & i)•Flag •Sat•Fin •List•Ran •Sit•Has •Bag•Fill •Win
  2. 2. Challenge Words (Featuring Short a & i)•Picnic•Plastic•Rabbit•Fabric•Napkin
  3. 3. Look at the poem on the next slide. Can you findall the short a & i words?
  4. 4. Dad fed the snack to the cats That is a fat cat!The cats nap on Dad’s back. I hope the cats do not slip! The cats can lick the milk. The cats lick my chin.
  5. 5. Dad fed the snack to the cats That is a fat cat!The cats nap on Dad’s back. I hope the cats do not slip! The cats can lick the milk. The cats lick my chin.
  6. 6. Vocabulary• Ignore • Challenge• Dangerous • Underestimate• Style • Proficient• Passion • Heed
  7. 7. Ignore•To refuse to pay attention to something
  8. 8. Dangerous•Likely to cause harm or injury
  9. 9. Style•A certain way of doing something
  10. 10. Passion•Energy and strong feelings
  11. 11. Challenge•To ask someone to be in a contest
  12. 12. Underestimate•To think something will be easier than it really is
  13. 13. Proficient•To be very good at something
  14. 14. Heed•To listen to warning and use it to help you do something
  15. 15. Why do you think MarcBrown wrote this story?A.To tell about different kinds of reading races.B.To tell a fun story about Arthur.C.To explain why Reading is important.
  16. 16. Author’s Purpose•Marc Brown wrote this story to entertain you. This is a story you will read and enjoy.
  17. 17. Genre •This story is fiction.Fiction books are made- up.
  18. 18. Comprehension Strategy• When you read a fiction storysuch as “Arthur’s Reading Race,” pay attention to the characters’actions and the important things that happen in the beginning, middle, and end.
  19. 19. Social StudiesA bank is a business where money is kept. Bank customers deposit, or put in, money for safekeeping. The bank is the safestplace to save money. How do you save money?
  20. 20. Robust Vocabulary in Context
  21. 21. D.W. accepted Arthur’s _______ to read ten words.•Challenge•Underestimated•Proficient•Heed
  22. 22. Arthur _______ D.W.’s talents.•Challenge•Underestimated•Proficient•Heed
  23. 23. Arthur became a ______ reader by reading all the time.•Challenge•Underestimate•Proficient•Heed
  24. 24. Arthur did not ______ the warning on the “Wet Paint” sign.•Challenge•Underestimate•Proficient•Heed
  25. 25. Heed or Ignore?• Wear a jacket on a cold day.• Never put ketchup on your hotdog.• Keep your ice cream in the oven?• Read the directions for the test.
  26. 26. Challenge or Proficient?• Catching a ball• Tying a shoe• Doing a handstand• Eating an apple• Jumping rope 50 times in a row
  27. 27. Dangerous or Safe?• Walking across the street• Playing on train tracks• Picking up a stray animal• Borrowing a pencil
  28. 28. High Frequency Words
  29. 29. ALREADY
  30. 30. EIGHT
  31. 31. POLICE
  32. 32. PROVE
  33. 33. SIGN
  34. 34. BUY
  35. 35. EAT
  36. 36. KNOW
  37. 37. MONEY
  38. 38. READ

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