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The Dollar (Books for Young Learners)

by Nathan Zimelman

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A boy finds a dollar and ponders how to spend it to please his
The friends in the cover illustration look happy, but Archie looks
rather surprised. I wonder why.
I wonder how he got the dollar and what he might do with it.
I wonder what each is saying.
Let’s look at the illustration on the title page. No dollar and no
friends. I wonder what has happened now.
■ Realistic fiction recount
■ Third person
■ Past tense
■ Illustrated thought bubbles
■ Some dialogue
■ Detailed writing
■ Range of sentence structures
■ Attention to text to cope with variety of sentence structures
■ Predicting and confirming through syntactic and phonological
■ Identifying chunks of meaning to aid fluent reading
■ Understanding structure of a recount
  Melanie1 | Mar 1, 2010 |
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