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Sunday, August 30

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    Summary:
    Akiak is the story of a courageous and determined dog who helps her dog-sled team win the Iditarod race.
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    Summary:
    Akiak is
    the contentstory of your page here.a courageous and determined dog who helps her dog-sled team win the Iditarod race.
    Text Structure:
    Characters: Akiak, Mick
    Setting: Alaska - between Anchorage and Nome, during the Iditarod race
    Problem: Akiak, the lead dog, hurts her paw. So, the musher, Mick, decided to take her out of the race.
    Solution: Akiak escapes the handlers, catches up to her team, and helps them find the right trail to the finish line.

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Sunday, August 23

  1. page Back to School Strategies edited What do good readers do? They THINK while they are reading. Use Phonics & Decoding to br…

    What do good readers do?
    They THINK while they are reading.
    Use Phonics & Decoding to break apart unfamiliar words into chunks that we know. Then blend the chunks together.
    Predict and Infer by using our knowledge and experiences, along with clues from the story, to think about what will happen next, or to think about why something happens in a story.
    Monitor that we are understaning what we are reading. If we are not, we Clarify by rereading, reading ahead and using illustrations.
    We Question while we are reading by asking who, what, when, where, why and how to monitor our comprehension and understand the author's purpose.
    Good readers Make Connections to their own lives, to other books, and to the world.
    Good readers EVALUATE by making judgments about how well the author wrote and how well they enjoyed the story.
    Summarize by telling the most important parts of the story quickly: the main characters, setting, problem, main events, and solution.

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Saturday, August 15

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Wednesday, August 12

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