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1 The View from Saturday By: E.L. Konigsberg Growing Up Theme 3, Selection 4, Day 1 Taught By: Mr. Williams

2 Under the Rice Moon Comprehension Skill: Problem Solving/ Decision Making What is the main problem of the story? How does the swallow try to solve its problem again and again? How is the problem finally resolved?

3 commute

4 hover

5 interfering

6 permitted

7 subtle

8 volunteers

9 horizon

10 commute – To travel back and forth regularly. hover – To remain close by. interfering – Intruding in the business of other people. permitted – allowed. resettling – Moving to a new place subtle – Not obvious; hard to detect. volunteers – People who offer to do something they do not have to do, often for no pay. horizon – The place where the sky appears to meet the land. commute –T–To travel back and forth regularly. hover –T–To remain close by. interfering –I–Intruding in the business of other people. permitted –a–allowed. resettling –M–Moving to a new place subtle –N–Not obvious; hard to detect. volunteers –P–People who offer to do something they do not have to do, often for no pay. horizon –T–The place where the sky appears to meet the land. horizon

11 The View from Saturday

12 By: E.L. Konigsberg Growing Up Theme 3, Selection 4, Day 2 Taught By: Mr. Williams

13 commute – To travel back and forth regularly. hover – To remain close by. interfering – Intruding in the business of other people. permitted – allowed. resettling – Moving to a new place subtle – Not obvious; hard to detect. volunteers – People who offer to do something they do not have to do, often for no pay. horizon – The place where the sky appears to meet the land. commute –T–To travel back and forth regularly. hover –T–To remain close by. interfering –I–Intruding in the business of other people. permitted –a–allowed. resettling –M–Moving to a new place subtle –N–Not obvious; hard to detect. volunteers –P–People who offer to do something they do not have to do, often for no pay. horizon –T–The place where the sky appears to meet the land. horizon

14 The traffic will be impossible in the morning. The prefix im- means “not”. “not possible.” -im I controlled my voice so it would not quiver. The prefix con- appears in my words Prefixes are always a separate syllable. -con The turtles would be incapable of getting back home. The suffix –in means “not”. “not capable” -in

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17 With your shoulder partner, discuss questions 1-7 on page 346 of your text. You may look back in your text if you need to. When you're finished begin thinking about the following questions. What do the main character’s experiences in the story show about the challenges of growing up. Who is/are the main character or characters? What problem does the main character have? Compare the main characters challenges to the challenges you face growing up. What does the main character learn about him/herself in the story?

18 The View from Saturday By: E.L. Konigsberg Growing Up Theme 3, Selection 4, Day 3 Taught By: Mr. Williams

19 commute – To travel back and forth regularly. hover – To remain close by. interfering – Intruding in the business of other people. permitted – allowed. resettling – Moving to a new place subtle – Not obvious; hard to detect. volunteers – People who offer to do something they do not have to do, often for no pay. horizon – The place where the sky appears to meet the land. commute –T–To travel back and forth regularly. hover –T–To remain close by. interfering –I–Intruding in the business of other people. permitted –a–allowed. resettling –M–Moving to a new place subtle –N–Not obvious; hard to detect. volunteers –P–People who offer to do something they do not have to do, often for no pay. horizon –T–The place where the sky appears to meet the land. horizon

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21 Step 1 Read the Story Summery to yourself one time. Be sure to use good hand gestures to help you as you read. Step 2 Turn to your shoulder partner and partner read the story with lots of expression. Don’t forget the gestures that you have practiced. Step 3 Take turns asking and answering at least five questions each about the text. Remember to both ask and answer questions with high enthusiasm.

22 The View from Saturday By: E.L. Konigsberg Growing Up Theme 3, Selection 4, Day 4 Taught By: Mr. Williams

23 commute – To travel back and forth regularly. hover – To remain close by. interfering – Intruding in the business of other people. permitted – allowed. resettling – Moving to a new place subtle – Not obvious; hard to detect. volunteers – People who offer to do something they do not have to do, often for no pay. horizon – The place where the sky appears to meet the land. commute –T–To travel back and forth regularly. hover –T–To remain close by. interfering –I–Intruding in the business of other people. permitted –a–allowed. resettling –M–Moving to a new place subtle –N–Not obvious; hard to detect. volunteers –P–People who offer to do something they do not have to do, often for no pay. horizon –T–The place where the sky appears to meet the land. horizon

24 With your shoulder partner, read pages from your text using the skills mentions in the yellow column on the left of page 348. When you are finished discuss these questions with your partner and write your answers in complete sentences on a piece of lined paper. 3. What steps did the children of the village take to prepare the farm? 4. How did the headings help you understand the information in this article? 2. How did Brent Davies get the butterflies to lay their eggs in the villager’s farms? 1. What would have happened to the butterflies if the villagers would have cut down the trees? 5. How is the work that the characters in The View from Saturday similar to the people of Barra del Colorado?

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26 The View from Saturday By: E.L. Konigsberg Growing Up Theme 3, Selection 4, Day 5 Taught By: Mr. Williams

27 1.Make sure your name, date, and assignment are written clearly on the top left of the paper. 2.Turn your test paper to me and put your answer key in the reading basket. 3.Finish your Mountain Language. 4.Finish any other unfinished work. 1.Make sure your name, date, and assignment are written clearly on the top left of the paper. 2.Turn your test paper to me and put your answer key in the reading basket. 3.Finish your Mountain Language. 4.Finish any other unfinished work. The View from Saturday


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