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What I'm Reading (Week of 3/23) 1. The Wild Robot by Peter Brown 2. The genre of my book is fantasy fiction or science fiction. My evidence is that all the animals in this story talk and respond like humans, and a robot named Roz learns how to function on her own without being programmed, and also talks and responds like a human. 3. The author's purpose is to entertain us. Peter Brown writes lots of children's books with the intention of teaching a lesson about ourselves, but he also wants us to laugh, wonder, and think about the possibilities of a make believe world. 4. Some of the text features found in this fiction book are illustrations, headings, italic words, bold words. 5. Summary: The Wild Robot, written by Peter Brown, is a tale of one robot's journey from being a robot monster who arrives in a crate on the edge of an unknown island, to being the friend (and mother) no one expected. Roz, our beloved robot, experiences many challenges on the island, and doesn't ever know her true purpose there. Despite this, she becomes friends with all the animals on the island and discovers that friendship and family will save her. 6. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes humor, adventure, stories involving robots. I love robots and love how Peter Brown has made his main character Roz incredibly kind and caring, which challenges what we usually think of robots as being.

Mrs. Rodriguez

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What I'm Reading At Home (Week of 3/23)

Answer the following questions about a book or article you've read at home. The book could be a real (physical) book, or an online book/article. See my example response below. * You can type your response by clicking on a note or upload your own document, OR video yourself reading from paper that you wrote your answers on. * Remember to click the green "Add Response" button in seesaw ACTIVITIES to make sure your response is recorded correctly, NOT in the class Journal. 1. Title and author (include magazine/month it was published if it's an article) 2. What genre is your book and how do you know? 3. Author's Purpose: to persuade, entertain or inform and what your evidence is. 4. List some of the text features you discovered while reading. 5. Write a summary of your reading in 3-5 sentences. 6. Would you recommend this book/article? Why or why not?

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, English Language Arts, Writing, Reading
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