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2 B y Mary Hoffman Illustrated by Matthew Faulkner Day 1Day 1 Day 4Day 4 Day 2Day 2 Day 5Day 5 Day 3 Vocabulary Definitions Vocabulary Sentences Additional Resources

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5 Genre: Fiction Genre: Fiction Comprehension Skill: Drawing Conclusions Comprehension Skill: Drawing Conclusions Comprehension Strategy: Answer Questions Comprehension Strategy: Answer Questions Comprehension Review: Compare Contrast Comprehension Review: Compare Contrast Vocabulary: Prefixes Vocabulary: Prefixes

6 A play has all the elements of a story-characters, setting, plot, and theme- but it doesnt look like a story because its written to be performed. As you read, think about how this play might be different as a chapter in a book.

7 Grace and her friends build a time machine powered by imagination. Using the memories of Graces grandmother and Mrs. Myerson, a neighbor, everyone has fun experiencing far-off places such as Gambia, Trinidad, and Heidelberg.

8 A Comparison tells how two or more things are alike. A Comparison tells how two or more things are alike. A Contrast tells how they are different A Contrast tells how they are different Clue words such as like or as show comparisons. Clue words such as like or as show comparisons. Clue words such as but or unlike show contrasts. Clue words such as but or unlike show contrasts.

9 What can we accomplish by using our imaginations?

10 aboard aboard vehicle vehicle atlas atlas reseats reseats awkward miracle mechanical capable chant

11 contraptionpantomimeexcursioninventionresearch

12 Do you think time travel is possible? Do you think time travel is possible? If you could make a trip to a different time, would you travel to the future or past? If you could make a trip to a different time, would you travel to the future or past? What would be the benefit of time travel? What would be the benefit of time travel? Why could traveling through different times be dangerous? Why could traveling through different times be dangerous?

13 Listen to the story.

14 When you draw conclusions, you use details and what you already know to form opinions or make decisions about characters and events. When you draw conclusions, you use details and what you already know to form opinions or make decisions about characters and events. The facts and details are small pieces of information in the story. The facts and details are small pieces of information in the story.

15 Facts and details add up to a conclusion. Facts and details add up to a conclusion. A flashback briefly pauses the present-time events of the story. A flashback briefly pauses the present-time events of the story. A flashback helps explain something that is happening now in the story. A flashback helps explain something that is happening now in the story.

16 BrazilBolivia sizes land features people

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19 1.We built a time machine. In our base ment. 2. It can goes forword or backward in time.

20 But Prudy herself found that she could barely get to her desk to feed her mice. But Prudy herself found that she could barely get to her desk to feed her mice. In this sentence, the word mice is an irregular plural noun. What is the singular form of mice?

21 mouse The singular noun, mouse, does not add -s or -es to form the plural. Instead, it has a special form: mice

22 OXOXEN SHEEP CHILDCHILDREN DEER FOOTFEET

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24 Arkansas garden sharp forward force sport apartment Florida storm partner

25 start backyard argue story corner alarm form garbage forest morning

26 carnation margarine informative snorkel departure

27 What happens when Grace and her friends use their imaginations?

28 Prefixes are letters added to the beginning of a word that change its meaning. The prefix re- means again. If you retie a knot, you tie it again. a The prefix a means on, in or at. If you are abed, you are in bed.

29 Word Add Prefix re- Sentence thinkrethink Ill rethink that question. work read visit set play

30 on board; in or on a ship, train, bus, airplane, etc.

31 device for carrying people or things, such as a car, bus, airplane, etc.

32 book of maps

33 sits again

34 not graceful or skillful in movement or shape; not easily managed

35 a wonderful happening that is contrary to, or independent of, the known laws of nature

36 like a machine; automatic; without expression

37 having fitness, power, or ability; able; efficient; competent

38 to call over and over again

39 device or gadget

40 to express by gestures

41 a short trip taken for interest or pleasure, often by a group of people together

42 something made for the first time

43 the act of hunting carefully for facts or truth

44 Read aloud Journal of a Teenage Genius on p. 188m. Explain how you use what you know about the characters to choose a voice for each one and make the dialogue more interesting.

45 Our time machine took us back in time, we lands in an ancient forest. 3. Our time machine took us back in time, we lands in an ancient forest. 4. We saw wolfes and mooses among the trees.

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61 How did using her imagination affect Mrs. Myerson?

62 1.How did grace show she was capable of taking care of Nana? 2.How were the trips to The Gambia and Trinidad alike? 3.What does this story teach about inventions? 4.How did Mrs. Myerson fell about the children?

63 1. Why do you think the author wrote this story? 2.How might Mrs. Myersons imaginary trip affect her present life? 3.Would you like to time travel? Why or why not? 4.How were the imaginary trips to Trinidad and Heidelberg alike?

64 Each new invention seemed like a mechanical miracle.

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66 The train was capable of wild speeds of up to 20 miles per hour.

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68 Each rider was thrilled when they heard, All aboard!

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70 He was clumsy and awkward as he walked across the ice.

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72 The conductor reseats us after the train started.

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74 The click of the wheels sounds like a chant.

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76 Now there is every kind of vehicle on the roads.

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78 We will look in the atlas to see what country is the farthest away.

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80 That is the most remarkable invention I have ever seen.

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82 Sometimes we have to do research to find out more information.

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84 We took an unexpected excursion last week to the mountains.

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86 What do you call that unusual contraption?

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92 5. Did you see men and woman on your visit to the distant past. 6. There were no human beings but there was huge animals.

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99 What do you think is the best way to spend a summer day with friends?

100 7. Next wel take our time machine. To visit the future. 8. What will citys of the future look like!

101 FUNBRAIN Hartcourt Game

102 Computer Reading Test Essay Questions Language Day 4 WB 31 Tri-Fold Section 4

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105 1. From the events described in this story, what could you conclude about time travel? 2. How were the imaginary trips to Trinidad and Heidelberg alike? 3. How might Mrs. Myersons imaginary trip to the past affect her present life?

106 What can we accomplish by using our imaginations?

107 All advertisements sell a product or service. Advertisements want their product or service to appear the best.

108 There are four parts to an advertisement: There are four parts to an advertisement: -photo or illustration -a headline in large type -information about the product -who makes the product or service

109 Reading WB 79-80 Language Day 5 Writing Assignment Tri-Fold Section 5 SmartBoard- Prefixes and SuffixesPrefixes and Suffixes

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113 Think of a scene in which two characters are having a conversation. They might be arguing, making a decision, or trying to solve a problem. Visualize what they look like and where the scene is taking place. Write their exact words.

114 Make your characters speech – or dialogue – sound the way people really talk. Describe important actions occurring on stage using adverbs. Organize your writing carefully. always begin with a description of the scene.

115 Vocabulary Practice Vocabulary Practice Vocabulary Practice Vocabulary Practice Reading Review Reading Review Reading Review Reading Review Prefixes and Suffixes Prefixes and Suffixes Prefixes and Suffixes Prefixes and Suffixes Answering Questions Answering Questions Answering Questions Answering Questions Compare and Contrast Compare and Contrast Compare and Contrast Compare and Contrast Compare and Contrast Game Compare and Contrast Game Compare and Contrast Game Compare and Contrast Game How to write a friendly letter How to write a friendly letter How to write a friendly letter How to write a friendly letter Timeline/Time Machine Game Timeline/Time Machine Game Timeline/Time Machine Game Timeline/Time Machine Game FUNBRAIN FUNBRAIN FUNBRAIN Hartcourt Game Quia: Plural Nouns (Regular & Irregular)Quia: Plural Nouns (Regular & Irregular)Quia: Plural Nouns (Regular & Irregular)Quia: Plural Nouns (Regular & Irregular) Quia Challenge Board: Plural NounsQuia Challenge Board: Plural NounsQuia Challenge Board: Plural NounsQuia Challenge Board: Plural Nouns BrainPop: Roots, Prefixes, & SuffixesBrainPop: Roots, Prefixes, & SuffixesBrainPop: Roots, Prefixes, & SuffixesBrainPop: Roots, Prefixes, & Suffixes Internet 4 Classrooms: PrefixesInternet 4 Classrooms: PrefixesInternet 4 Classrooms: PrefixesInternet 4 Classrooms: Prefixes TV411: What Are They Selling?TV411: What Are They Selling?TV411: What Are They Selling?TV411: What Are They Selling? Inferences Study ZoneInferences Study ZoneInferences Study ZoneInferences Study Zone Drawing Conclusions Study ZoneDrawing Conclusions Study ZoneDrawing Conclusions Study ZoneDrawing Conclusions Study Zone BrainPop: Graphic DesignBrainPop: Graphic DesignBrainPop: Graphic DesignBrainPop: Graphic Design BrainPop: DramaBrainPop: DramaBrainPop: DramaBrainPop: Drama Author's Purpose PracticeAuthor's Purpose PracticeAuthor's Purpose PracticeAuthor's Purpose Practice

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