Students read, The Trial of Cardigan Jones and You Be the Jury.
Vocabulary: Review long vowels and the VCe pattern, sometimes referred to as “magic e”.
Students learn about using the dictionary and a glossary.
Students review dividing words into syllables using the rules of ‘open’ and ‘closed’ syllables.
Fluency: Phrasing: good readers read words in groups instead of one at a time. We practice how to pause at punctuation marks. We use the visual cues in the online student book to help us chunk sentences together.
Essential Question: Why are courts an important part of our government?