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Lesson 29 Day 1 The Planets By Gail Gibbons. Question of the Day What have you seen in the nighttime sky? I have watched _________ in the nighttime sky.

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1 Lesson 29 Day 1 The Planets By Gail Gibbons

2 Question of the Day What have you seen in the nighttime sky? I have watched _________ in the nighttime sky. T290

3 Todays Read Aloud What is the purpose for reading a story? for enjoyment to find out about a character to practice reading Today, in addition to enjoying the story, you will listen and make predictions. T291

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5 Why does Toby peer into the evening sky? to count the stars and to try to spot the planets Do you think Toby actually will make sure he eats before he dreams? probably not Why do you think this? because this is just something he says; because people really cannot plan their dreams. T291 Transparency R195

6 Prefixes: bi-, non-, over- A prefix is a word part added to the beginning of another word to form a new word with its own meaning. nonstop oversize biweekly Recognizing prefixes can help you figure out the meanings of words. I know that the prefix non- means not or without, so nonstop means without a stop. What about oversize? over means more than or above so oversize must mean above the size biweekly bi means two or twice so biweekly mean twice a week T292

7 Prefixes: bi-, non-, over- What is the prefix? overfeed Whats the prefix? bimonthly You Try!!!! a. feed b. over over Can you tell your partner the meaning? To feed to much. a. ly b. bi bi Can you tell your partner the meaning? Twice a month T292

8 Prefixes: bi-, non-, over- What is the prefix? nonelectric Whats the prefix? bicycle You Try!!!! a. tic b. non non Can you tell your partner the meaning? Not electric. a. cle b. bi bi Can you tell your partner the meaning? Cycle with two wheels T292

9 Prefixes: bi-, non-, over- What is the prefix? nonprofit Whats the prefix? overdressed You Try!!!! a. fit b. non non Can you tell your partner the meaning? No profits. a. over b. ed over Can you tell your partner the meaning? Dressed up too much. T292

10 Spelling Pretest overnight bicycle nonstop overdue overlook biweekly overflow nonsense oversee overhead nonfiction overcoat nonfat overdone biplane T293 Spelling Pretest

11 Make Predictions Turn to page 380. Good readers first look for clues in the words and pictures on the page. Next they combine theses clues with what they know from real life. Then they continue reading to see if their predictions are correct. If their predictions are incorrect or if there is new information, good readers change their predictions or make new ones. Focus Skill T294

12 Make Predictions Good readers often can use a title to predict what a selection will be about. From the title, I know that this selection will have to do with space travel to Saturn. I am not sure exactly where beyond is. But using what I already know helps me predict that the journey also will be to places farther away than Saturn. When I read the first sentence, I see that I am correct. Focus Skill T294 What I knowWhat I Want to Know What I Learned

13 Make Predictions Lets read page 381. Use the information you read to predict what future space missions will do. Practice book page 246. Focus Skill T295 What I knowWhat I Want to Know What I Learned Saturn is a planet. How far away is Saturn? Saturn has several moons..

14 Todays Read Aloud Today you will be listening to a nonfiction selection that describes objects seen in space. What do you know about what we see in space? Genre: Expository Nonfiction Look! Up in the Sky! is expository nonfiction that gives information about a topic. When you listen to expository nonfiction, you should listen to gain information. Listening Comprehension T296

15 Think ! From the title, I know that this selection has to do with objects seen in the sky. I expect to learn facts about objects seen in the nighttime sky such as the moon and the stars.

16 Make Predictions Good readers make predictions based on picture or word clues along with what they already know as they read. Good readers also revise their predictions when they find new information. As I read I am going to stop and let you make predictions. Focus Skill T294

17 Name different lights that can be seen in the sky. stars planets galaxies star clusters nebulas, comets meteors airplanes satellites T 296

18 Expository Nonfiction How can you tell that a selection is expository nonfiction? explains something has facts and details often has nonfiction features authors purpose is to inform T296

19 distinct When there are several similar but separate objects, the objects, the objects are said to be distinct. Stars are distinct, twinkly, unmoving points of light. The word is… distinct What is the word? distinct Would something that is distinct be easy or hard to see? T297

20 slightly When something happens slightly, you can barely tell it happened. If the fuzzy object changes position slightly from day to day, it could be a comet. The word is.. slightly What is the word? slightly Would a flag be blown slightly by wind or by your breath? T297

21 Robust Vocabulary Objects can look distinct or not distinct, depending upon light, weather, or other conditions. What kind of weather might make objects look distinct or not distinct? Write two sentences about something that seems to move very slightly, such as the hour hand on a clock. T297

22 Grammar: Punctuation: Capitalization Every sentence begins with a capital letter. Proper nouns that name a particular person, place, or thing also begin with a capital letters. The first woman from the United States to go into space was Sally Ride. The 1 st letter is always capital letter. United States – particular place Sally Ride - name T298 LA Transparency 59

23 Each sentence has one or more errors in capitalization. star charts will help you identify stars. Star charts will help you identify stars. Our galaxy, the milky way, gets its light from stars. Our galaxy, the Milky Way, gets its light from stars. The meteor shower called the geminids happens every november. The Geminids, a meteor shower, happens every November. T298 LA Transparency 59

24 Each sentence has one or more errors in capitalization. robert burnham is the author of a book about comets. Robert Burnham is the author of a book about comets. jupiter, venus, mars, and saturn are easier to see in the night sky than the other planets. Jupiter, Venus, Mars, and Saturn are easier to see in the night sky than the other planets. T298 LA Transparency 59

25 Each sentence has one or more errors in capitalization. the Perseids, a meteor shower, occurs on earth on the twelfth day of august. The Perseids, a meteor shower, occurs on Earth on the twelfth day of August. T298 LA Transparency 59

26 Writing: Paragraph That Contrasts Identifies two things being contrasted. States the main idea. Ideas: The ideas in a paragraph that contrasts contain accurate details that support the main idea and that the sentences stay focused on the topic. T299

27 Lets use the information from the paragraph to fill out the chart. asteroidscomets T299


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