Dr. Mr. Winston from "When I Went to the Library"
Journeys Unit 2 Lesson 9
Common Core aligned
Pg. 3-5 Vocabulary in Context – copy pages A and B back to back, fold on the solid lines and cut on the dotted lines, illustrate and write a sentence for each vocabulary word
Pg. 6 Use It! - use your vocabulary words in a paragraph/short story
Pg. 7-8 Spelling Fun! – time to get a little crazy with your spelling words – Copy pages A and B back to back -write them with your eyes closed, with your opposite hand, with curls at the end of each letter, with your favorite color, in all capitals, in all lowercase – roll the dice to see what to do – write each word 3 times
Pg. 9-11 My Comprehension Flip It! – copy pages A and B back to back – fold on the solid lines, cut on the dotted lines – fill in
Pg. 12 A letter from Mr. Winston – Will he accept Cara’s apology? How will he respond?
Pg. 13 A letter of apology – write a letter of apology to someone
Pg. 14 Respond – In your opinion who is to blame?
Pg. 15 Venn Diagram – compare Cara’s snake to another snake
Pg. 16-17 Let’s Use Commas! – a foldable book for you to practice your use of commas – for 2012 version
Pg. 18 Compound and Complex Sentences! – a foldable book for you to practice using conjunctions – for 2014 version
Pg. 19-22 Antonym Snake Box – copy pages A and B back to back – fold on the solid lines, cut out the boxes with the snakes – write antonyms on the snakes, glue them side by side, use the antonyms in sentences on the inside of the flaps – enough snakes for two students
Pg. 23-29 Snake Reports! – choose a snake to research - copy the writing boxes and the patterns, fill them out with your snake research, attach a picture to the picture box- cut out and arrange the parts to your report and glue them in place – color your snake accordingly, cut along the line, glue the tongue and head in place, carefully arrange and glue the snake on the cover of your report – see example
Pg. 30-31 – Text Details and Conclusions – write your two text details with your conclusion – color the snake and accordion fold the paper – see example – enough for two students per page
Pg. 32 Thanks and credits