Houghton Mifflin English - 2006 Student Book - Grade 1

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  • Edition: Student
  • Format: Workbook
  • Copyright: 2006-03-31

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Table of Contents

Getting Started
Listening, Speaking, Viewing, and Writingp. 8
The Sentencep. 20
What Is a Sentence?p. 21
Naming Partp. 23
Action Partp. 25
Telling Sentencesp. 27
More Telling Sentencesp. 29
Questionsp. 31
More Questionsp. 33
Which Kind of Sentence?p. 35
Revising Strategies: Vocabulary
Question Wordsp. 37
Checkupp. 39
Writing a Class Storyp. 42
The Writing Processp. 43
Choosing a Topicp. 45
Exploring a Topicp. 47
Organizing Detailsp. 47
Draftingp. 49
Revisingp. 51
Proofreadingp. 53
Publishingp. 54
Reflectp. 56
Communication Links
Listening: Following Directionsp. 57
Viewing: Following Picture Directionsp. 58
Nouns and Pronounsp. 60
Nouns for People and Animalsp. 61
Nouns for Things and Placesp. 63
More Nounsp. 65
One and More Than Onep. 67
Special Nounsp. 69
More Special Nounsp. 71
Naming Yourself Lastp. 73
Pronounsp. 75
Revising Strategies: Vocabulary
Words That Mean the Samep. 77
Checkupp. 79
Cumulative Reviewp. 82
Writing a Personal Narrativep. 86
Writing Personal Narrative
Published Model: "A Very Special Day"p. 87
What Makes a Great Personal Narrative?p. 95
Student Modelp. 96
The Writing Processp. 97
Focus Skill
Using Detailsp. 99
Writing Promptsp. 107
Special Focus on Narrating
Writing a Friendly Letterp. 108
Communication Links
Speaking: Telling a Story About Yourselfp. 114
Listening/Speaking: Having a Discussionp. 116
Verbsp. 118
Verbsp. 119
Nouns and Verbsp. 121
Pronouns and Verbsp. 123
Verbs with edp. 125
is and arep. 127
was and werep. 129
Contractionsp. 131
Revising Strategies: Vocabulary
Words That Look the Somep. 133
Checkupp. 135
Cumulative Reviewp. 138
Writing a Storyp. 142
Writing a Story
Published Model: "A New House"p. 143
What Makes a Great Story?p. 150
Student Modelp. 151
The Writing Processp. 153
Focus Skills
Story Charactersp. 153
Beginning, Middle, Endp. 155
Writing Promptsp. 165
Special Focus on Expressing
Writing a Book Reportp. 166
Communication Link
Listening/Viewing/Media: Viewing Story Picturesp. 170
Adjectivesp. 172
Adjectives: How Things Lookp. 173
Adjectives: Taste and Smellp. 175
Adjectives: Sound and Texturep. 177
Adjectives with er and estp. 179
Revising Strategies: Vocabulary
Oppositesp. 181
Checkupp. 183
Cumulative Reviewp. 186
Writing a Descriptionp. 190
Writing a Description
Published Model: "A Winter Day"p. 191
What Makes a Great Description?p. 194
Student Modelp. 195
The Writing Processp. 196
Focus Skills
Using Your Sensesp. 197
Topic Sentencesp. 199
How Good Is Your Description?p. 200
Writing Promptsp. 207
Special Focus on Expressing
Writing a Poemp. 210
Communication Links
Listening: Listening to Poemsp. 208
Speaking/Viewing: Giving a Talkp. 214
More Capitalization and Punctuationp. 216
Writing Correct Sentencesp. 217
Exclamationsp. 219
Titles for Peoplep. 221
Book Titlesp. 223
Days of the Weekp. 225
Months of the Yearp. 227
Holidaysp. 229
Commas in Datesp. 231
Commas with Place Namesp. 233
Revising Strategies: Vocabulary
Words That Sound the Samep. 235
Checkupp. 237
Cumulative Reviewp. 240
Writing Instructionsp. 216
Writing Instructions
Published Model: "Pop-Up Flower Card"p. 247
What Makes Great Instructions?p. 253
Student Modelp. 254
The Writing Processp. 255
Focus Skills
Order Wordsp. 257
Beginnings and Endingsp. 259
How Good Are Your Instructions?p. 260
Writing Promptsp. 267
Communication Links
Speaking: Giving Instructionsp. 268
Listening/Speaking: Retelling a Spoken Messagep. 270
Listening/Viewing/Media: Comparing Mediap. 272
Special Focusp. 274
Special Focus on Expressing
Writing an E-mail Messagep. 275
Writing to Express an Opinionp. 278
Special Focus on Informing
Writing a Research Reportp. 284
Tools and Tipsp. 292
Research and Study Skills
ABC Orderp. 293
Words in a Dictionaryp. 294
Using a Dictionaryp. 295
Using the Libraryp. 296
Using Technology
Parts of a Computerp. 297
Using the Keyboardp. 298
Letter Models
A Friendly Letterp. 299
A Thank-you Letterp. 300
An Invitationp. 301
Word Finder
Tricky Words to Spellp. 302
Word Bankp. 303
Color Words
Number Words
Homophonesp. 305
Using My Picture Dictionaryp. 307
Handwriting: The Alphabetp. 317
Indexp. 319
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