Journeys Lesson 8 Study Guide – 11/6-11/10Essential Question
What do traditional tales tell readers about life?
Drawing Conclusions · tie story details together to understand the text and figure out things the author didn’t state in the story
Commas in a Series
· When a list of three or more words is used in a sentence, use commas to separate them
o I have pencils, crayons, and markers.
o We went running, walking, and skipping.
1. harvest: the crop that is gathered during a growing season
2. separate: divide objects into smaller groups
3. ashamed: feels embarrassed or guilty about something
4. borders: dividing lines between two pieces of land
5. advice: when you tell someone what you think they should do
6. borrow: have someone's permission to use something and give it back
7. patch: small area of land where certain plants or crops grow
8. serious: care a lot about what they are saying or doing
Franklin Towne has a variety of digital resources available to help support and augment our students’ learning experience. These resources can be found on our website under Towne Tech → Digital Learning
Think Central is an online home of our RELA (Grades K-5) and Math Books (Grades K-6).
- Log on to http://www.thinkcentral.com/
- Click “Reading and Language Arts”, then click “Journeys”. Then fill in the following information:
- State: PENNSYLVANIA
- District: PHILADELPHIA CITY SCHOOL DIST
- School: FRANKLIN TOWNE ELEM CHARTER, PHILADELPHIA 19137
- Check Remember My Information so that this information only needs to be entered once**
- Username: FirstName.LastName
- Example: John Smith would be john.smith
- Password: towne
- Click “Library” to access all textbooks and workbooks, as well as extra-support activity books.
- On the right click "Reading"
- The workbook we use is called "Journeys Reader's Notebook"
- The reader is called "Journeys EBook"