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  • English World

    3

    Roco Galicia

    Roco Galicia

  • Dear Student:

    I wrote English World to help you

    succeed in all your school

    studies. This program will help

    you learn the English Language

    you need to study language arts,

    social studies, math and science.

    You will learn how to speak to

    family members, classmates and

    teachers in English. The activities

    will help you improve your

    English skills. Good Luck!

    Roco Galicia

  • Communities

    What are some ways that

    communities are alike and

    different?

    Reading 1: Literature and poetry. Prepare to read .

    Vocabulary in context

    Reading Strategy: Understand

    character.

    Cool Hector By Vivian Binnamin..

    Review and Practice .

    Phonics and Fluency

    Comprehension

    Grammar and Writing

    Unit 1 Wrap- Up

    The Big Question .

    Unit 1 Vocabulary to Know!

    Mini- autobiographies: Stories about communities..

  • READINGS

    UNIT

    1

    Your community is

    where you live with your

    family. It is where you

    play with your friends

    and go to school. Its the

    place where you meet

    people.

    COOL

    HECTOR

    MAKING

    FRIENDS

    1 ABC

    2

    UN

    IT REV

    IEW

  • WHAT ARE SOME

    WAYS THAT

    COMMUNITIES

    ARE ALIKE AND

    DIFFERENT?

    ?

    QUICK WRITE!!

    Look at the pictures that go with the readings. Pick one.

    Write what you think that

    reading will be about.

    Listen and Speaking:

    You will talk about what children and adults do in different

    communities.

    Writing: What do you like to do with your fami.ly?

    You will write about a special day

  • Words to know:

    1. City

    2. Neighborhood

    3. Town

    4. Village

    5. Bus driver

    6. Police Officer

    7. Mail carrier

    8. Teacher

    9. Playground

    10. Soccer field

    11. Beach

    12. Baseball field

    13. People

    3

  • Stories about

    Communities:

    The communities where

    They live are very different.

    Can you describe your

    community? What kinds of

    places are there?

    My family live in a

    suburb. The suburb is

    near big city in Ilinois. A

    suburb has many houses.

    My friends and I take the

    yellow bus to go to

    school. In the afternoon,

    we do our homework.

    Then all children play

    outside.

    My family and I live in a

    small town in Andes. The

    Andes are mountains in

    Chie. There is no school I

    my town. I go to school in

    another town. It is thirty

    miles away! The ride to

    school is long but I love

    living in the mountains.

    4

  • Cool Hector is a poem about a

    boy going around his

    neighborhood.

    1. This bike is so neat!

    2. The people are celebrating.

    3. What luck! I caught the ball!!

    4. I give my grandmother a flower.

    5. The mail carrier delivers the mail every afternoon.

    WORDS IN CONTEXT

    Hector likes to talk to people in his

    community. What do you like to do in

    your community? Why?

    PRACTICE

    5

  • By Vivian

    Binnami

    n

    Hector skips along the street. He

    thinks, This city is SO neat! To lots

    of people on his way, he says, Hola1

    Hows your day? When Hector

    walks right by the park a big, black

    dog begins to bark. Hector sees it

    catches on his first try. Hector goes

    into the store picks out an orange

    and then one more.

    He sees a pretty flower to buy.

    Hector is a really nice guy!

    Hector sees the mail truck. Oh!

    He says aloud. What luck? Ms.

    Rodriguez drops some mail,

    Hectors there. He does not fail.

    Hector likes to ride the bus, so

    he hopes the Number Ten with

    Gus. Gus lets Hector close the

    door. ( Hector did it once before)

    Hector buys something

    to eat, choosing

    something cool and

    sweet. Then he gives his

    mom the ice. Hectors

    really very NICE!

    1. Where is Hector?

    2. Who does Hector do by the park?

    3. Wow does Hector help people?

    4. How do you know Hector is nice?

    Think it over!

    6

  • Phonics:

    Short Vowels:

    The vowels are a, e, i, o , u. The other

    letters are called consonants. The

    words in the chart have short vowels:

    Can bed sit top bus

    Reading

    1

    A Word may have a short vowel when:

    The word has just one vowel.

    The word has a consonant before and after the

    vowel.

    Example: Cat Pup

    Rule Box

    7

  • Fluency:

    Read for speed and accuracy:

    You should read quickly. But never read so

    quickly than you lose your understanding.

    Read for one minute. Count the words

    you read. Study any hard words. Read

    and count again.

    PRACTICE

    Hector skips along the street. 5

    He thinks, This city is SO neat! 12

    To lots of people on his way, 19

    he says, Hola! Hows your day? - 25

    When Hector walks right by the park, 32

    a big black dog begins to bark. 39

    He catches it on his first try. 45

    Hector goes into the store, 52

    picks out a pretty flower to buy. 57

    Hectors really quite a guy! 66

    Hector sees the mail truck. 72

    8

  • Character:

    A character is a person in a story or poem. You

    can learn about characters by what they say or

    do.

    Read each sentence. Then choose the word

    that describes better what Hector is like.

    a. Helpful c. busy

    b. Busy d. friendly

    1. _____ Hector says Hola! to people.

    2. _____ Hector walks by the park, goes to a store, and rides the bus.

    3. _____ Hect0r picks up the mail.

    4. _____ Hector gives his mom the ice.

    PRACTICE

    9

  • Nouns:

    Words than name people, places and things are

    nouns.

    In the sentence below, the words in red type are

    nouns.

    Hector goes into the store, picks out an orange and

    then one more. He sees the pretty flower to buy.

    Hectors really quite a guy!

    Read the sentence with a partner. Take

    turns and write each noun.

    1. A boy rides a bike.

    2. Our friends smile and wave.

    3. A neighbor walks his dog.

    4. The school is near my house.

    PRACTICE

    10

  • Write a description

    A description tells what someone or something is like. Paz wrote a description of a park in his neighborhood..

    Choose one place in your community. Write a

    description of it. Tell what the place is like.

    1. Start with a sentence that names the

    place.

    2. Write sentences that tell about the

    place.

    The park in my neigborhood is very

    busy. My friends and I play ball.

    The little children play in the

    sandbox. The parents sit on

    benches and talk. Everyone is doing

    something.

    PRACTICE

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  • Written Oral Visual/Active Lists

    List three things you like about your community and three things you wish you could change. Do the same for a community from one of the stories.

    Conversation Talk with someone who has moved to your community from another place. Find out how the two communities are alike and different. Share what

    you learn.

    Postcards

    Make a postcard that shows the community in Cool Hector. Make a postcard that shows your community.

    ? What are some ways that communities are alike and different?

    12

  • Letters

    Write a letter to a character in one of the stories. Tell three things about your community.

    Town Song

    Write new words to Cool Hector To create the song The People in Our Town. Teach others to sing your song.

    Comic Strip

    Choose a community in another country. Find out about it. Create a comic strip that shows how children go to school or have fun in that community

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