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"The Tale of the Hummingbird" Instructional Video
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Please watch this video to learn about the genre of myth.

"The Tale of the Hummingbird" Audio Video
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This video will read the story “The Tale of the Hummingbird” to you as you follow along in your text.

Hummingbirds Ultra Slow Motion - Amazing Facts

Please watch this short video about the hummingbird before reading “The Tale of the Hummingbird.”   Notice how the hummingbird is attracted to the color red.  If you buy a hummingbird feeder, it will be red in some way!  This is very important to our myth “The Tale of the Hummingbird” in our textbook on pages 205-206!   In the spring, I will often have hummingbirds in my backyard.  They seem to be attracted to a bright pink flower that blooms in my flowerbed.  They are so fun to watch!  Have you ever seen a hummingbird?

How to Find the Theme of a Story

We will be discussing the theme of “The Tale of the Hummingbird.”  Please watch this video explaining how to find the theme of a story using the Cinderella story as an example.

"Black Cowboy, Wild Horses" Instructional Video
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This video will introduce you to the biography “Black Cowboy, Wild Horses.”

Simile and Metaphor: What's the Difference? by M. Sawyer

After reading the biography “Black Cowboys, Wild Horses,”  you will be asked to answer some questions on page 222 over the author’s craft of using figurative language such as similes, metaphors, and personification.  This video will explain the meanings of similes and metaphors.

Personification

After reading the biography “Black Cowboys, Wild Horses,”  you will be asked to answer some questions on page 222 over the author’s craft of using figurative language such as similes, metaphors, and personification.  This video will explain the meaning of personification.

"That's Not Progress!" Instructional Video
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Please watch this video for an introduction to the argumentative text “That’s Not Progress!”

"Feathered Friend" Instructional Video
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Please watch this video to review science fiction and theme!  You will love this story!!

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