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Concept (fiction), 36 words, Level A (Grade K)
What makes something scary? In Scary, Not Scary the clever illustrations and parallel story structure provide students with a look at how one word can represent something both scary or not scary depending on the context. Use this story to teach students how to compare and contrast information and how to identify declarative sentences. The use of high frequency words and repetitive text will support early emergent readers.
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Connect to prior knowledge to understand text
Compare and Contrast : Compare and contrast information
Initial and Final Blends : Identify initial consonant tr-blends
Consonants : Discriminate initial consonant Nn
Grammar and Mechanics
Declarative Sentences : Recognize and use declarative sentences
High-Frequency Words : Identify and use the high-frequency word not
Think, Collaborate, Discuss
Promote higher-order thinking for small groups or whole class
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