Unit 4 Lesson 16 - Judy Moody Saves the World
(click the picture to read the story)
Written by: Megan McDonald
Illustrated by: Peter H. Reynolds
Genre: Humorous fiction
Target Skill: Author's Purpose - use text details to tell why an author writes a book
Target Strategy: Monitor/Clarify - as you read, find a way to clear up what doesn't make sense
Essential Question: Why do some authors write funny stories?
Big Idea: Our world is an amazing place!
Adjectives are words that describe, or tell about, a
-Some adjectives tell what kind. An Adjective that tells what kind, usually comes before the noun it describes.
We went for a long walk. (What kind of walk?)
-Some adjectives tell how many. An adjective that tells how many comes before the noun it describes.
She saw three birds in a nest. (How many birds?)
-The adjectives this and that tell "which one."
You should recycle that can. (Which can?)
Spelling Words and Phonics Activities for the Week
Words with air, ear, are
Guided Reading Books
The Recycling Contest
Reuse, Reduce, Recycle
Caesar's Pollution Solution