Guess the Covered Word

Guess the Covered Word

Half-Chicken Genre: Fiction Fantasy Authors Purpose: Entertain Comprehension Skill: Paraphasing By: Alma Flor Ada

Illustrated: Kim Howard Summary Born with only one wing, one leg, one eye, and half the feathers of other chickens, Half-Chicken soon

became the center of attention - and very vain! He decided to leave the ranch and pay a visit to the viceroy in Mexico City. Along the way, HalfChicken found time to be helpful to others. And when he himself needed help, his kindness was repaid.

Genre - Folk Tale Comprehension Skill: Paraphrasing Comprehension Skill Review: Predicting

Vocabulary Skill - Snynomyns Research Skill Thesaurus/Synonym Finder TE 359j

Weekly Fluency Check Read with Expression - Appropriate Phrasing TE 359d Good Stuff

ABC Spelling words Say It! farewells

tangled flung suggested uniforms vain

Say It! unique

vane vicereine viceroy weathercocks The ball plunged

into the water with a huge splash. I said my farewells. I said my farewells

He suggested a good idea. He suggested a good idea.

She got tangled in the Christmas lights.

She got tangled in the Christmas lights. The nurses

uniforms are white. The nurses uniforms are white.

She flung the book across the room when she heard the news.

She flung the book across the room when she heard the news. Lets review our words.

Watch carefully because they will flash on the screen for just a moment. We will clap as we spell the word. Spelling Words

shown shelter March kitchen chocolate anywhere

awhile short flashlight chapter pitcher

church whenever somewhere punish trash

watch catcher whatever wheat uniforms

Review questions p. 346-357 1. What was so special about the thirteenth baby chicken? How did HalfChicken feel about himself? 2. Why does Half-Chicken decide to leave the ranch?

3. Where does Half-Chicken say he is going? Review questions p. 346--357 4. Who helps Half-Chicken on his journey? How?

5. What happened to Half-Chicken when he arrived at the kitchen? GREAT JOB!

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