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1 Author: Ginger Howard Illustrator: Larry Day Larry Day Genre Genre: Historical Fiction

2 Timer

3 Spelling Words father chapter other alphabet watch English weather catch fashion shrink pitcher flash athlete trophy nephew northern establish emphasis hyphen challenge

4 Vocabulary barrels cellar clearing pegs spoil steep fashioned halt succotash dwellings gabled stockade More Words to Know

5 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

6 Monday Question of the Day When you find yourself in a new place, what problems might you meet?

7 Today we will learn about: Build Concepts Draw Conclusions Ask Questions Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Reading Silently Plural Possessive Nouns Digraphs sh, th, ph, ch, tch Housing Problems

8 Fluency: Reading Silently

9 Fluency: Reading Silently Listen as I read Colonial Homes. As I read, notice how I self-correct if I make a mistake. If there are parts of the text that may have confusing information, I will reread it slowly and ask myself questions about it. Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

10 Fluency: Reading Silently Many of the older colonial homes are no longer standing. Why do you think that is? What generalization about colonial homes can we make after reading the selection?

11 Build Concepts Build Concepts dwellings, gabled, stockade Housing Problems Climate FeaturesProtection Homes

12 Pages

13 Prior Knowledge What do you know about colonial America? K (What do you know?) W (What would you like to learn?) L (What did you learn?)

14 Vocabulary: Word Rating Chart

15 Vocabulary Words barrels –containers with round, flat tops and bottoms and sides that curve out slightly barrels cellar – an underground room or roomscellar clearing – an open space of land in a forestclearing

16 Vocabulary Words pegs – pins or small bolts of wood or metal used to fasten parts together pegs spoil – to become bad or not good to eat steep – having a sharp slope; almost straight up and downsteep

17 Other Vocabulary Words fashioned – made; created halt – stop succotash – a mixture of cooked vegetables, particularly lima beans and cornsuccotash

18 Other Vocabulary Words dwellings – the places in which people live dwellings gabled – having a triangular section between two sloping roofsgabled stockade – a wall made of large, strong posts stuck upright in the groundstockade Next slide

19 barrels

20 cellar

21 clearing

22 pegs

23 steep

24 succotash

25 dwellings

26 gabled

27 stockade

28 Grammar Grammar:

29 the inglish settlers had the first thanksgiving The English settlers had the first Thanksgiving. the childrens toys were maid of would The childrens toys were made of wood.

30 Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns The English families houses were different in America. Families is a plural possessive noun. It is used to show that two or more people share or own something. An apostrophe is added to plural nouns that end in –s, -es, or –ies to make them possessive.

31 Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns Plural Noun: The trees grew tall in America. Singular Possessive Noun: That oak trees wood is hard. Plural Possessive Noun: All the trees wood was strong.

32 Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns Add an apostrophe to plural nouns that end in –s, -es, or –ies to make them possessive. To make plural nouns that do not end in –s, -es, or –ies possessive, add an apostrophe and an s. mens boots oxens strength

33 Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns Find the plural possessive nouns. The two towns settlers gathered to celebrate the harvest. towns The settlers tables were long boards. settlers The vegetables flavors were delicious. vegetables

34 Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns Find the plural possessive nouns. The cooks dishes smelled spicy. cooks Mens mouths watered at the smell. mens

35 Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns Spell the possessive form of the underlined plural noun. The colonies schools taught reading and arithmetic. colonies Americans roads were dusty paths. Americans Horses pulled farmers carts and wagons. farmers

36 Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns Spell the possessive form of the underlined plural noun. The horses jobs were difficult. horses Oxen size made them a better choice for the job. Oxens

37 Spelling Spelling:

38 Spelling Words father chapter other alphabet watch English weather catch fashion shrink pitcher flash athlete trophy nephew northern establish emphasis hyphen challenge

39 Tuesday Question of the Day What do you think Williams fathers house in England looked like?

40 Today we will learn about: Consonant Digraphs Context Clues Draw Conclusions Ask Questions Character Vocabulary Fluency: Reading Silently Plural Possessive Nouns Digraphs sh, th, ph, ch, tch Housing, Climate, Housing Problems

41 Pages

42 Pages

43 Fluency Fluency: Silent Reading

44 Fluency: Silent Reading Turn to page 258. As I read the first paragraph, notice how I self correct if something does not make sense to me the first time. Now practice reading page 258 silently.

45 Grammar Grammar:

46 the colonys had cold wether The colonies had cold weather. the two boyss cloths were not warm enough The two boys clothes were not warm enough.

47 Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns A plural possessive noun shows that two or more people share or own something. To make plural nouns that end in –s, -es, -ies possessive, add an apostrophe. To make plural nouns that do not end in –s, -es, or –ies possessive, add an apostrophe and an s.

48 Spelling Spelling:

49 Spelling Words father chapter other alphabet watch English weather catch fashion shrink pitcher flash athlete trophy nephew northern establish emphasis hyphen challenge

50 Wednesday Question of the Day How did the environment of New England force the colonists to change?

51 Today we will learn about: Ask Questions Context Clues Vocabulary Fluency: Reading Silently Plural Possessive Nouns Digraphs sh, th, ph, ch, tch Opportunity Cost, Housing Problems

52 Pages

53 Fluency Fluency:Model

54 Fluency: Model Turn to page 261. As I read, notice how I self correct when I read a word incorrectly. Now we will practice reading page 261 silently three times. Remember to self correct if you make a mistake.

55 Grammar Grammar:

56 the childrens school have onely one room The childrens school has only one room. The first americans fashons was very different from those of today The first Americans fashions were very different from those of today.

57 Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns Using plural possessive nouns can make writing less wordy. Wordy: The houses of the first Americans were very simple. Not Wordy: The first Americans houses were very simple.

58 Spelling Spelling:

59 Spelling Words father chapter other alphabet watch English weather catch fashion shrink pitcher flash athlete trophy nephew northern establish emphasis hyphen challenge

60 Thursday Question of the Day What solutions have we found today to build better homes for our environment?

61 Today we will learn about: Consonant Blends Expository Nonfiction/Text Features Reading Across Texts Content-Area Vocabulary Fluency: Choral Reading Plural Possessive Nouns Digraphs sh, th, ph, ch, tch Natural Resources

62 Pages

63 Fluency: Choral Reading

64 Fluency: Choral Reading Turn to page 273. We will choral read this page aloud three times.

65 Grammar Grammar:

66 his fathers house was prettyer than his house His fathers house was prettier than his house. the family was surprised by novembers sun shine The family was surprised by Novembers sunshine.

67 Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns Test Tip: Think about how a possessive noun is used in a sentence. Then decide whether it is singular or plural and place the apostrophe correctly. Plural Possessive Nouns: The houses kitchens had fireplaces. Singular Possessive Nouns: The houses kitchen had a fireplace.

68 Spelling Spelling:

69 Spelling Words father chapter other alphabet watch English weather catch fashion shrink pitcher flash athlete trophy nephew northern establish emphasis hyphen challenge

70 Friday Question of the Day When you find yourself in a new place, what problems might you meet?

71 Today we will learn about: Build Concept Vocabulary Draw Conclusions Facts and Details Context Clues Plural Possessive Nouns Digraphs sh, th, ph, ch, tch Diagram/Scale Drawings Housing Problems

72 Draw Conclusions A conclusion is a decision you reach after you think about details and facts. As you read, think about the details and facts and use what you already know to draw conclusions about characters and the things that happen.

73 Facts and Details Facts are pieces of information that can be proven true. Details are small bits of information. Identifying facts and details can help us answer questions about a selection.

74 Facts and Details Details also enable us to visualize, or see, what we are reading. Facts and details help us draw conclusions, make generalizations, compare and contrast, recognize cause and effect, and so on.

75 Context Clues You can use context clues to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words. List any unknown words you find as you read Williams House. Create a chart showing the unknown word, helpful context clues, and the definition of the word based on its content.

76 Context Clues WordContext CluesMeaning

77 House Words House words, such as chimney, refer to parts of a house or things in a house. With a partner, draw pictures of houses you would like to live in. Use reference sources to label parts of the house. Some House Words: roof cellar basement attic windows kitchen fireplace stove ceiling foyer

78 Grammar Grammar:

79 is Autumn colorfull in england Is autumn colorful in England? both the treess leaves has fallen Both the trees leaves have fallen.

80 Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns A plural possessive noun shows that two or more people share or own something. To make plural nouns that end in –s, -es, -ies possessive, add an apostrophe. To make plural nouns that do not end in –s, -es, or –ies possessive, add an apostrophe and an s.

81 Spelling Spelling:

82 Spelling Words father chapter other alphabet watch English weather catch fashion shrink pitcher flash athlete trophy nephew northern establish emphasis hyphen challenge

83 You hear all the letters in a consonant blend. You will learn about other consonant combinations that stand for a single sound. Consonant Digraphs

84 chat How many letters do you see in chat? How many sounds do you hear? Which two letters stand for one sound? Consonant Digraphs

85 chat - parachute When you see the letters ch in chat, you pronounce them as a single sound, /ch/, because ch is a consonant digraph. But when you see the same letters in the word parachute, pronounce them as /sh/. Consonant Digraphs

86 The digraph ch can stand for different sounds, /ch/ and /sh/. Also watch for the consonant digraphs sh, th, wh, ph, tch, and ng when you sound out words. shining bother white phone catch long Consonant Digraphs

87 Consonant Digraphs Consonant Digraphs Find the consonant digraphs. inchworm photograph cushion rather thimble whisper switch chaperone Thunder scares our dog, and she hides under my bed. Each boy let out a whoop of joy. I hear a little bird chirping beneath my window.

88 We studied initial and final consonant blends. Read the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which words have a consonant blend. Please straighten your desk. Please, straighten, desk What letters make up the consonant blend in each word? Consonant Blends

89 Read the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which words have a consonant blend. The children waited for the traffic light to turn green before crossing the street. child, traffic, green, crossing, street What letters make up the consonant blend in each word? Consonant Blends

90 Consonant Blends Consonant Blends Find the consonant blends. stubborn slightly threaten blend splatter cranberry myself private classify gratitude stretcher squabble I gave a present to my brother on his birthday. Practice what you preach. There are three loaves of bread in the store. The air was crisp, and frost gleamed on the grass.

91 Have you ever made a craft item or put together a model? Often diagrams are used to show how to put something together. Find diagrams in textbooks or other sources that can be used to show this. Diagram/Scale Drawing

92 A diagram can show how something is put together. A diagram can show how an objects parts relate to one another; for example, it can show how computer components are attached. Diagram/Scale Drawing

93 A diagram can show how something works. You might use a diagram to show the stages in the life of a butterfly. Sometimes you have to study a diagram in a certain orderleft to right or top to bottom. Diagram/Scale Drawing

94 Diagrams can use text, labels, arrows, and pictures to demonstrate an idea or process. Diagram/Scale Drawing

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96 Spelling City: Spelling Words Vocabulary Words More Vocabulary Words


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