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Conventions - Reading Street - Unit 5

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Unit 5 - Resources - What are resources and why are they important to us?

 

The View From Saturday - Week 1

How can different generations be resources?

 

contractions - a shortened form of 2 words. An apostrophe is used to show 1 or more letters have been left 

                     out

negatives - words that mean no, not, (no, not, never, none, nothing)

 

 

Harvesting Hope - Week 2

How can we combine our resources to make change?

 

Adjectives - a word that describes a noun or pronoun

 

Articles - special adjectives: a, an, the

 

 

The River That Went to the Sky - Week 3

How can stories be use to explain the workings of nature?

 

Demonstrative Adjectives - this, that, these, those - They describe which one or which ones

                                           These adjectives can replace a noun

 

Demonstrative Pronouns - this, that, these, those - point out or indicate specific people

 

 

Gold - Week 4

How do we decide the value of different resources?

 

Comparative Adjectives - Used to compare 2 people, places, things, or groups

 

Superlative Adjectives - Used to compare 3 or more people, places, things, or groups

 

small               smaller                    smallest

precious          more precious          most precious

 

 

Greensburg Goes Green - Week 5

How are people rethinking Earth's resources?

 

Adverb - tells how, when, or where something happens

 

Comparative Adverbs - compare 2 actions (add -er to most adverbs)

 

Superlative Adverbs - compare 3 or more actions (add -est to many adverbs. If an adverb ends in -ly, add

                                  more or most instead of -er or -est)

 

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