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Unit 1 Week 3. Genre – Historical Fiction Historical Fiction is set in the past. It is a story in which some of the details are facts, but in which others

Mar 27, 2015

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Unit 1 Week 3 Slide 2 Genre Historical Fiction Historical Fiction is set in the past. It is a story in which some of the details are facts, but in which others are made up or are loosely based on history. Slide 3 Vocabulary Strategy Dictionary/Glossary Sometimes when you are reading, you may see a word whose meaning you know, but that meaning doesnt make sense in the sentence. It may be a word that has more than one meaning. You can use a dictionary or a glossary to help you. Slide 4 Comprehension Skill - Sequence Sequence means the order in which things happen. Dates, times, and clue words such as first, then, next, and last can help you understand the order of events. Sometimes two or more events happen at the same time. Words such as meanwhile and during can show this. Slide 5 Comprehension Strategy Graphic Organizers Using a graphic organizer can help you understand what you read. Some of these are webs, charts, and diagrams. Slide 6 Vocabulary Bewildered Amazed Longed Still Sculptures Homeland Towering Slide 7 Bewildered Confused Slide 8 Amazed Surprised; awe-surprised Slide 9 Longed Wanted Slide 10 Still Calm Slide 11 Sculptures Statues Slide 12 Homeland Native Country Slide 13 Towering High Slide 14 Why was the authors grandfather amazed at the sights in North America? He met people of different colors. It was very different from his home. The war had destroyed many cities. Slide 15 Which detail suggests that the authors grandfather liked his journey through North America? He never thought of going home. He wore a new kind of clothes. He did not see land for three weeks. Slide 16 Which of the following events happened first in the story? The authors grandmother had a baby girl. The authors grandfather traveled in America. The authors mother moved to Japan with her family. Slide 17 Why was the village NOT a good place to raise a daughter who had grown up in San Francisco? The village was not as safe as the city. The village was too small and quiet. His daughter did not have any friends in the village. Slide 18 When did Grandfather return to live in his childhood village for the last time? After the war Before he left Japan Before he lived in San Francisco Slide 19 Why did the authors grandfather raise songbirds? To reduce his homesickness To sell to world travelers To keep him company Slide 20 When did the author write this story? Before his grandfather returned to Japan While his grandfather lived in California After his grandfather passed away Slide 21 Which of the following happened last ? The authors grandfather traveled to North America The author had a child of his own The author missed his old friends Slide 22 How might this story be different if the author had never traveled to California? He would not understand his grandfather as well as he does. Slide 23 In what way is the authors homesickness like his grandfathers homesickness? They both miss the country they have left behind. Slide 24 What is the main idea of this story? The author, like his grandfather, loves two countries.