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1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Lesson Study Skills Unit Page 1 STUDY SKILLS. Introduce study skills. Use a Quigley story to discuss study skills. 1 2 STUDY SKILLS. Introduce getting organized. Use a Quigley story to discuss the importance of organization. 3 3 STUDY SKILLS. Introduce listening. Use a Quigley story to discuss the importance of listening. 5 4 STUDY SKILLS. Introduce planning study time. Use a Quigley story to discuss the importance of using time wisely. 7 5 STUDY SKILLS. Introduce doing homework. Use a Quigley story to discuss the importance of doing homework. 9 TEACHER RESOURCE SECTION 12 Lesson Readiness Unit Page 6 GROUP 1. Introduce the meanings for the words under, over, and by. Give Group 1 Test. Check Group 1 Test GROUP 2. Introduce the meanings for the words above, below, and beside. Give Group 2 Test. Check Group 2 Test GROUP 3. Introduce the meanings for the words in, out, and on. Give Group 3 Test. Check Group 3 Test GROUP 4. Introduce the meanings for the words between, to, and around. Give Group 4 Test. Check Group 4 Test GROUP 5. Introduce the meanings for the words left, right, top, and bottom. Give Group 5 Test. Check Group 5 Test GROUP 6. Introduce sequencing a picture story. Give Group 6 Test. Check Group 6 Test. 33 Lesson Unit 1 Page 12 Introduce sentence jingle, noun jingle, complete sentence, and Group 1 vocabulary words GROUP 1. Introduce the verb jingle and concept, subject noun, question/answer flow, and Group 1 sentences. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 1 sentences. 14 GROUP 1. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 1 sentences. Give Group 1 Test. (Skills tested: Subject noun and verb.) 15 GROUP 1. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 1 sentences. Check Group 1 Test. 16 GROUP 2. Introduce Group 2 vocabulary words and the adverb jingle. Review previously taught jingles GROUP 2. Introduce Group 2 sentences and the adverb. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 2 sentences. 18 GROUP 2. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 2 sentences. Give Group 2 Test. (Skills tested: subject noun, verb, and adverb.) 19 GROUP 2. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 2 sentences. Check Group 2 Test. 20 GROUP 3. Introduce Group 3 vocabulary words and the adjective jingle. Review previously taught jingles GROUP 3. Introduce Group 3 sentences and the adjective. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 3 sentences. 22 GROUP 3. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 3 sentences. Give Group 3 Test. (Skills tested: subject noun, verb, adverb, and adjective.) 23 GROUP 3. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 3 sentences. Check Group 3 Test. 24 GROUP 4. Introduce Group 4 vocabulary words and sentences, two adjective, and kinds of sentences. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 4 sentences. 25 GROUP 4. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 4 sentences. Give Group 4 Test. (Skills tested: subject noun, verb, adverb, and two adjectives.) 26 GROUP 4. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 4 sentences. Check Group 4 Test. 27 GROUP 5. Introduce Group 5 vocabulary words and the article adjective jingle. Review previously taught jingles iii

2 Lesson Unit 1 Continued Page 28 GROUP 5. Introduce Group 5 sentences and the article adjective. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 5 sentences. 29 GROUP 5. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 5 sentences. Give Group 5 Test. (Skills tested: subject noun, verb, adverb, adjective, and article adjective.) 30 GROUP 5. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 5 sentences. Check Group 5 Test. 31 GROUP 6. Introduce Group 6 vocabulary words and sentences, complete subject, and complete predicate. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 6 sentences. 32 GROUP 6. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 6 sentences. Give Group 6 Test. (Skills tested: subject noun, verb, adverb, adjective, article adjective, and capitalization/punctuation.) 33 GROUP 6. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 6 sentences. Check Group 6 Test. 34 GROUP 7. Introduce Group 7 vocabulary words and sentences, capitalizing the first word of a sentence, and capitalizing the pronoun I. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 7 sentences. 35 GROUP 7. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 7 sentences. Give Group 7 Test. (Skills tested: subject noun, verb, adverb, adjective, article adjective, and capitalization/punctuation.) 36 GROUP 7. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 7 sentences. Check Group 7 Test. 37 GROUP 8. Introduce Group 8 vocabulary words and sentences and capitalizing the names of people. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 8 sentences. 38 GROUP 8. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 8 sentences. Give Group 8 Test. (Skills tested: subject noun, verb, adverb, adjective, article adjective, and capitalization/punctuation.) 39 GROUP 8. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 8 sentences. Check Group 8 Test. 40 GROUP 9. Introduce Group 9 vocabulary words and sentences and capitalizing days of the week and months of the year. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 9 sentences. 41 GROUP 9. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 9 sentences. Give Group 9 Test. (Skills tested: subject noun, verb, adverb, adjective, article adjective, and capitalization/punctuation.) 42 GROUP 9. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 9 sentences. Check Group 9 Test. 43 GROUP 10. Introduce Group 10 vocabulary words and sentences and capitalizing cities and states. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 10 sentences. 44 GROUP 10. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 10 sentences. Give Group 10 Test. (Skills tested: Subject noun, verb, adverb, adjective, article adjective, and capitalization/punctuation.) 45 GROUP 10. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 10 sentences. Check Group 10 Test. 46 GROUP 11. Introduce Group 11 vocabulary words and writing sentences using parts of speech labels and a word bank. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 11 sentences. 47 GROUP 11. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 11 sentences. Give Group 11 Test. (Skills tested: Subject noun, verb, adverb, adjective, article adjective, capitalization/punctuation, and writing a sentence using the word bank.) 48 GROUP 11. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 11 sentences. Check Group 11 Test. 49 GROUP 12. Introduce Group 12 vocabulary words and sentences. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 12 sentences. Give Group 12 Test. (Skills tested: : Subject noun, verb, adverb, adjective, article adjective, capitalization/punctuation, and writing a 50 GROUP 12. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 12 sentences. Check Group 12 Test iv

3 Lesson Unit 1 Continued Page 51 GROUP 13. Introduce Group 13 vocabulary words and sentences. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group sentences. Give Group 13 Test. (Skills tested: : Subject noun, verb, adverb, adjective, article adjective, capitalization/punctuation, and writing a 52 GROUP 13. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 13 sentences. Check Group 13 Test GROUP 14. Introduce synonyms and antonyms. Review previously taught jingles. Give Group 14 Test. (Skills tested: : Synonym and antonyms, capitalization/punctuation, and writing a 54 GROUP 14. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles. Check Group 14 Test PRACTICE & IMPROVED SENTENCES. Introduce practice and improved sentences and guided class writing activity for practice and improved sentences. Review previously taught jingles. Do teacher-guided group work for practice and improved sentences. 56 PRACTICE & IMPROVED SENTENCES. Introduce writing practice and improved sentences as a test. Review previously taught jingles. Do a teacher-guided test for practice and improved sentences Lesson Unit 2 Page 57 GROUP 1. Introduce preposition jingle, object of the preposition jingle, and Group 1 vocabulary words. Review previously taught jingles. 58 GROUP 1. Introduce preposition, object of the preposition, and Group 1 sentences. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 1 sentences. 59 GROUP 1. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 1 sentences. Give Group 1 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, synonyms/antonyms, and capitalization/punctuation.) 60 GROUP 1. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 1 sentences. Check Group 1 Test. 61 GROUP 2. Introduce Group 2 vocabulary words and sentences. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 2 sentences. 62 GROUP 2. Introduce prepositional phrases, building sentences using sentence labels and the parts of speech word bank, and adding prepositional phrases to the word bank. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 2 sentences. 63 GROUP 2. Introduce new synonyms and antonyms. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 2 sentences. Give Group 2 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, synonyms/antonyms, capitalization/punctuation, writing a 64 GROUP 2. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 2 sentences. Check Group 2 Test. 65 GROUP 3. Introduce Group 3 vocabulary words and sentences. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 3 sentences. 66 GROUP 3. Introduce new synonyms and antonyms. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 3 sentences. Give Group 3 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, synonyms/antonyms, capitalization/punctuation, writing a 67 GROUP 3. Introduce practice and improved sentences with prepositions. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 3 sentences. Check Group 3 Test. Do a practice and improved sentence. 68 GROUP 4. Introduce Group 4 vocabulary words and sentences and finding nouns in sentences by using an oral noun check. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 4 sentences. 69 GROUP 4. Introduce new synonyms and antonyms. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 4 sentences. Give Group 4 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, synonyms/antonyms, capitalization/punctuation, writing a 70 GROUP 4. Introduce Share Time practice and improved sentences. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 4 sentences. Check Group 4 Test. 71 GROUP 5. Introduce Group 5 vocabulary words and sentences. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 5 sentences. Do a noun check v

4 Lesson Unit 2 Continued Page 72 GROUP 5. Introduce new synonyms and antonyms. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify 156 Group 5 sentences. Give Group 5 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, synonyms/antonyms, capitalization/punctuation, writing a 73 GROUP 5. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 5 sentences. Check Group 5 Test. Do a practice and improved sentence GROUP 6. Introduce Group 6 vocabulary words and sentences and identifying nouns as singular or plural. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 6 sentences. Do a noun check. 75 GROUP 6. Introduce new synonyms and antonyms. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 6 sentences. Do a noun check and a singular/plural check. Give Group 6 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, synonyms/antonyms, singular/plural, and capitalization/punctuation.) 76 GROUP 6. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 6 sentences. Check Group 6 Test. Share Time for practice and improved sentence. 77 GROUP 7. Introduce Group 7 vocabulary words and sentences. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 7 sentences. Do a noun check and a singular/plural check. 78 GROUP 7. Introduce new synonyms and antonyms. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 7 sentences. Do a noun check and a singular/plural check. Give Group 7 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, synonyms/antonyms, singular/plural, and writing a 79 GROUP 7. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 7 sentences. Check Group 7 Test. Do a practice and improved sentence. 80 GROUP 8. Introduce Group 8 vocabulary words and sentences and common/proper nouns. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 8 sentences. Do a noun check and a singular/plural check. 81 GROUP 8. Introduce new synonyms and antonyms. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 8 sentences. Do a noun check, a singular/plural check, and a common/proper check. Give Group 8 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, synonyms/antonyms, singular/plural, common/proper, and capitalization/punctuation.) 82 GROUP 8. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 8 sentences. Check Group 8 Test. Share Time for a practice and improved sentence. 83 GROUP 9. Introduce Group 9 vocabulary words and sentences. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 9 sentences. Do a noun check, a singular/plural check, and common/proper check. 84 GROUP 9. Introduce new synonyms and antonyms. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 9 sentences. Do a noun check, a singular/plural check, and a common/proper check. Give Group 9 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, synonyms/antonyms, singular/plural, common/proper, and making a 85 GROUP 9. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 9 sentences. Check Group 9 Test. Do a practice and improved sentence. 86 GROUP 10. Introduce Group 10 vocabulary words and sentences and a/an choices. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 10 sentences. Do a noun check, a singular/plural check, and common/proper check. Give Group 10 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, a/an choices, synonyms/antonyms, singular/plural, and common/proper.) 87 GROUP 10. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 10 sentences. Check Group 10 Test. Share Time for a practice and improved sentence. 88 GROUP 11. Introduce Group 11 vocabulary words and sentences and new synonyms and antonyms. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 11 sentences. Do a noun check, a singular/plural check, and common/proper check. Give Group 11 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, a/an choices, synonyms/antonyms, singular/plural, and common/proper.) 89 GROUP 11. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 11 sentences. Check Group 11 Test. 90 GROUP 12. Introduce Group 12 vocabulary words and sentences and new synonyms and antonyms. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 12 sentences. Do a noun check, a singular/plural check, and common/proper check. Give Group 12 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, a/an choices, synonyms/antonyms, singular/plural, and common/proper.) 91 GROUP 12. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 12 sentences. Check Group 12 Test. 92 GROUP 13. Introduce paragraph, topic, and supporting/nonsupporting ideas. Review: Give Group 13 Test. (Skills tested: Identifying the topic and identifying words that do not support the topic.) vi

5 Lesson Unit 2 Continued Page 93 GROUP 14. Introduce supporting/nonsupporting sentences. Review: Check Group 13 Test. Give Group 14 Test. (Skills tested: Identifying the topic, identifying words that do not support the topic, and identifying non-supporting sentences.) 94 GROUP 15. No new skills. Review: Check Group 14 Test. Give Group 15 Test. (Skills tested: Identifying the topic, identifying words that do not support the topic, and identifying non-supporting sentences.) 95 GROUP 16. No new skills. Review: Check Group 15 Test. Give Group 16 Test. Check Group 16 Test. (Skills tested: Identifying the topic, identifying words that do not support the topic, and identifying non-supporting sentences.) 96 WRITING. Introduce the two-point expository paragraph. Give Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment #1 for students to copy on writing outline sheets. 97 WRITING. No new skills. Finish Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment # WRITING. Introduce writing a paragraph on writing paper. Copy Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment #1 on writing paper in paragraph form. 99 WRITING. No new skills. Give Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment #2 for students to put on writing outline sheets WRITING. No new skills. Copy Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment #2 on writing paper in paragraph form WRITING. No new skills. Give Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment #3 for students to put on writing outline sheets WRITING. No new skills. Copy Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment #3 on writing paper in paragraph form WRITING. Introduce how to change plural categories to singular points in a two-point paragraph. Write two-point paragraph directly on writing paper. Give Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment # Lesson Unit 3 Page 104 PRACTICE AND IMPROVED SENTENCE. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles. Do a practice and improved sentence. Share Time for practice and improved sentence. 105 PRACTICE AND IMPROVED SENTENCE. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles. Do a practice and improved sentence. Share Time for practice and improved sentence. 106 GROUPS 1-2. Introduce Group 1 & Group 2 vocabulary words and the contractions isn t and aren t. Review previously taught jingles. Give Group 1-2 Test. (Skills tested: Contractions isn t and aren t, singular/plural and common/proper.) 107 GROUPS 1-2. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles. Check Group 1-2 Test. Writing: Give Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment # GROUPS 3-4. Introduce Group 3 & Group 4 vocabulary words and the contractions wasn t and weren t. Review previously taught jingles. Give Group 3-4 Test. (Skills tested: Contractions wasn t and weren t, and capitalization/punctuation.) 109 GROUPS 3-4. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles. Check Group 3-4 Test. Writing: Finish Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment # GROUP 5. Introduce Group 5 vocabulary word, unscrambling sentences, and new synonyms and antonyms. Review previously taught jingles. Give Group 5 Test. 111 GROUP 5. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles. Check Group 5 Test. Writing: Share Time for Writing Assignment # GROUP 6. Introduce Group 6 vocabulary words and sentences and new synonyms and antonyms. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 6 sentences. Do a noun check, a singular/plural check, and a common/proper check. Give Group 6 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, unscrambling sentences, synonyms/antonyms, and topic words/sentences.) 113 GROUP 6. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 6 sentences. Check Group 6 Test. Writing: Give Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment # GROUP 7. Introduce Group 7 vocabulary words and sentences and new synonyms and antonyms. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 7 sentences. Do a noun check, a singular/plural check, and a common/proper check. Give Group 7 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, unscrambling sentences, synonyms/antonyms, and topic words/sentences.) 115 GROUP 7. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 7 sentences. Check Group 7 Test. Writing: Finish Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment # GROUP 8. Introduce Group 8 vocabulary words and sentences. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 8 sentences. Do a noun check, a singular/plural check, and a common/proper check vii

6 Lesson Unit 3 Continued Page 117 GROUP 8. Introduce contractions I m and can t. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group sentences. Give Group 8 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, contractions I m and can t, unscrambling sentences, and topic words/sentences.) 118 GROUP 8. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 8 sentences. Check Group 8 Test. Writing: Share Time for Writing Assignment # GROUP 9. Introduce Group 9 vocabulary words and sentences. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 9 sentences. Do a noun check, a singular/plural check, and a common/proper check. 120 GROUP 9. Introduce contractions don t, doesn t, and didn t. Review previously taught jingles and vocabulary words. Classify Group 9 sentences. Give Group 9 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, contractions don t, doesn t and didn t, and topic words/sentences.) 121 GROUP 9. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 9 sentences. Check Group 9 Test. Writing: Give Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment # GROUP 10. Introduce Group 10 vocabulary words and sentences. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 10 sentences. Do a noun check, a singular/plural check, and a common/proper check. Give Group 10 Test. (Skills tested: Pattern 1 sentences, unscrambling sentences, contractions, and topic words/sentences.) 123 GROUP 10. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles. Classify Group 10 sentences. Check Group 10 Test. Writing: Finish Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment #7 124 WRITING. No new skills. Share Time for Writing Assignment # Lesson Unit 4 Page 125 GROUP 1. Introduce new synonym and antonym words and identifying complete sentences and fragments. Review: 267 Give Group 1 Test. (Skills tested: Identifying simple sentences and fragments, a/an choices, synonyms/antonyms, singular/plural nouns, and common/proper nouns.) 126 GROUP 1. No new skills. Review: Check Group 1 Test. Writing: Give Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment # GROUP 2. Introduce new synonym and antonym words and matching subject parts to predicate parts. Review: Give 270 Group 2 Test. (Skills tested: Matching subject parts to predicate parts, identifying simple sentences and fragments, synonyms/antonyms, and capitalization/punctuation.) 128 GROUP 2. No new skills. Review: Check Group 2 Test. Writing: Finish Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment # GROUP 3. Introduce new synonym and antonym words and correcting sentence fragments. Review: Give Group 3 Test. 273 (Skills tested: Matching subject parts to predicate parts, identifying simple sentences and fragments, synonyms/antonyms, and making fragments into complete sentences.) 130 GROUP 3. No new skills. Review: Check Group 3 Test. Writing: Share Time for Writing Assignment # GROUP 4. Introduce new synonym and antonym words. Review: Give Group 4 Test. (Skills tested: Matching subject parts to predicate parts, identifying simple sentences and fragments, synonyms/antonyms, and making fragments into complete sentences.) 132 GROUP 4. No new skills. Review: Check Group 4 Test. Writing: Give Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment # GROUP 5. Introduce present, past, and future tense verbs. Review: Give Group 5 Test. (Skills tested: Matching subject 278 parts to predicate parts, identifying present, past, and future verb tenses, identifying simple sentences and fragments, and making fragments into complete sentences.) 134 GROUP 5. No new skills. Review: Check Group 5 Test. Writing: Finish Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment # GROUP 6. Introduce new verbs for verb tenses. Review: Give Group 6 Test. (Skills tested: Matching subject parts to 282 predicate parts, identifying present, past, and future verb tenses, identifying simple sentences and fragments, and making fragments into complete sentences.) 136 GROUP 6. No new skills. Review: Check Group 6 Test. Writing: Share Time for Writing Assignment # GROUP 7. Introduce new verbs for verb tenses. Review: Give Group 7 Test. (Skills tested: Matching subject parts to 284 predicate parts, identifying present, past, and future verb tenses, identifying simple sentences and fragments, and making fragments into complete sentences.) 138 GROUP 7. No new skills. Review: Check Group 7 Test. Writing: Give Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment # viii

7 Lesson Unit 4 Continued Page 139 GROUP 8. Introduce new verbs for verb tenses. Review: Give Group 8 Test. (Skills tested: Matching subject parts to 287 predicate parts, identifying present, past, and future verb tenses, identifying simple sentences and fragments, and making fragments into complete sentences.) 140 GROUP 8. No new skills. Review: Check Group 8 Test. Writing: Finish Expository Paragraph Writing Assignment # PRONOUNS. Introduce pronoun jingle and subject pronoun jingle. Review previously taught jingles PRONOUNS. No new skills. Review previously taught jingles. Writing: Share Time for Writing Assignment # Lesson Unit 5 Page 143 FRIENDLY LETTER. Introduce tips for writing a friendly letter and parts of a friendly letter FRIENDLY LETTER. Introduce matching the parts of a friendly letter. Review: Give Group 1 Test. (Skills tested: Parts of a 293 friendly letter.) 145 FRIENDLY LETTER. No new skills.. Review: Check Group 1 Test FRIENDLY ENVELOPE. Introduce the parts of an envelope FRIENDLY ENVELOPE. Introduce matching the parts of an envelope. Review: Give Group 2 Test. (Skills tested: Parts of an 296 envelope.) 148 FRIENDLY ENVELOPE. No new skills.. Review: Check Group 2 Test GROUP 3. Introduce matching the parts of a friendly letter and envelope. Give Group 3 Test. (Skills tested: Parts of a friendly 298 letter and parts of an envelope.) 150 GROUP 3. No new skills. Review. Check Group 3 Test GROUP 4. No new skills. Review. Give Group 4 Test. (Skills tested: Parts of a friendly letter and parts of an envelope.) GROUP 4. No new skills. Review. Check Group 4 Test GROUP 5. Introduce how to write an independent friendly letter. Review. Give Group 5 Test. (Skills tested: Friendly letter and envelope.) 154 GROUP 5. Introduce how to address an actual envelope. Review. Check Group 5 Test. Write a friendly letter and address an envelope. 155 THANK-YOU NOTE. Introduce the thank-you note. Write a thank-you note THANK-YOU NOTE. No new skills. Write a thank-you note independently ix

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