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READING LEVEL 3 | Teacher manual

  • Text
  • Correctly
  • Paragraph
  • Vocabulary
  • Violin
  • Scrap
  • Cities
  • Zebra
  • Skunk
  • Monkeys
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Teacher manual Reading level 3 Fast ForWord

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Twisted Pictures Subject Infinitival Clause Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 To catch the ball is what the cat really likes to do. To catch the ball is what the dog really likes to do. To read is what the cat really likes to do. To skateboard is what the dog really likes to do. To eat cake is what the zebra really likes to do. To eat cake is what the cow really likes to do. To eat a sandwich is what the zebra really likes to do. To eat a sandwich is what the cow really likes to do. To swim is what the dog really likes to do. To swim is what the snake really likes to do. To fish is what the dog really likes to do. To fish is what the chicken really likes to do. To sit in the shade is what the pig really likes to do. To sit in the shade is what the dog really likes to do. To eat watermelon is what the pig really likes to do. To eat watermelon is what the dog really likes to do. To capture the crawfish is what the dog really wants to do. To capture the crawfish is what the cat really wants to do. To jump in the ocean is what the dog really wants to do. To fish is what the cat really wants to do. To satisfy his thirst is what the skunk really likes to do. To satisfy his hunger is what the skunk really likes to do. To satisfy his thirst is what the monkey really likes to do. To satisfy his curiosity is what the skunk really likes to do. To catch the cloth is what the skillful zebra really likes to do. To catch the Frisbee is what the skillful zebra really likes to do. To catch the cloth is what the skillful pig really likes to do. To catch the ball is what the skillful pig really likes to do. To delight the crowd is what the dancing cow really likes to do. To delight the crowd is what the dancing horse likes to do. To pester the crowd is what the dancing cow really likes to do. To pester the crowd is what the dancing horse really likes to do. To startle the drummer is what the sneaky chicken holding the gong is hoping to do. To relax with a soda is what the sneaky chicken holding the gong is hoping to do. To startle the sneaky chicken is what the drummer holding a soda is hoping to do. To calm the sneaky chicken is what the drummer holding the gong is hoping to do. To organize the relaxed musicians is what the angry cat really wants to do. To play his guitar is what the happy pig really wants to do. To organize the relaxed musicians is what the angry skunk really wants to do. To sit on the couch is what the angry cat really wants to do. To repeat her prize-winning performance is what the raccoon wants to do. To repeat his prize-winning performance is what the pig really wants to do. To put up a banner is what the pig really wants to do. To scrap her violin is what the raccoon really wants to do. To combine the sounds of different musical instruments is what the creative raccoon really likes to do. To combine the sounds of different musical instruments is what the creative skunk really likes to do. To enjoy the performance of the street musician is what the pleased raccoon really likes to do. To play a dirty old fiddle is what the creative skunk really likes to do. Fast ForWord Reading Level 3 | 65

Book Monkeys GOAL ➤ To build paragraph comprehension skills. OBJECTIVES ➤ Read for literal meaning, cause and effect relationships and inferential comprehension. ➤ Improve working memory. ➤ Improve vocabulary skills. SKILLS Cognitive Skills Memory — Hold in working memory the gist of the paragraph, as well as important details, to answer the questions correctly, and read and comprehend longer, more complicated texts. Reading/Language Arts Skills ➤ Literal comprehension — Recall facts from the paragraph, such as the main point. ➤ Causative comprehension — Build cause and effect relationships. ➤ Inferential comprehension — Work with various hypotheses needed to be formed in order to understand the text. ➤ Vocabulary — Develop advanced vocabulary 1 to 3 grade levels above the vocabulary level appearing in longer paragraphs; build automatic word recognition. Fast ForWord Reading Level 3 | 67