The Perfect Pet PowerPoint

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THE PERFECT PET
OBJECTIVES
TODAY WE WILL….
• Analyze Story Structure
• Identify the problem and solution in a plot
• Use academic language: problem, solution
VOCABULARY REVIEW
• Perfect
• Nothing wrong with something
• Challenge
• Task that requires extra effort
• Healthy
• Not sick
• Satisfy
• Make someone happy
• Manage
• You are able to do something even if it is not easy
• Scratch
• Cut or scrape
• Appetite
• Feeling of wanting to eat
STRATEGY:
Analyze Story Structure
• Story structure is the way a writer shows
the characters, setting, and plot (events) in
a story.
• Identifying the elements (parts) in a story
and how they fit together helps you
understand what is happening.
SKILL: Problem and Solution
• The problem in a story is what the main
character wants to do, find out, or change
• The story ends when the character finds a
solution, or a way to solve the problem.
PREVIEW & PREDICT
When I say “Go”, take 1 minute to preview the
illustrations.
Ask yourself:
 Will this story be funny?
Why or why not?
On your index card, write your predictions. After we
listen to the selection, we will see if your questions
were answered.
FOCUS QUESTION
• Read to find out…
–How does Elizabeth solve her
problem?
NOW…you will read along as we
listen to….
THE PERFECT PET
Let’s Check our Predictions!
• Share with your criss-cross/shoulder partner
your questions. Were they answered?
• Did you find out how Elizabeth solves her
problem?
TOMORROW WE WILL…
Use our “Problem and Solution Chart” to answer the
Comprehension Check questions on page 141.
SOMETHING TO THINK
ABOUT….
If you could choose any pet in a pet store,
which one would you choose. Why?
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