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LEAD21 Unit 5: Now and Then Week 4 Day 4
Extend the Theme Theme Question: How do communities change, and how do they stay the same? Focus Question: How have new ideas changes communities? Lets take a closer look at our focus question. I know about a bus that becomes a boat! I once saw people on a bus who were on a tour of the city. Then it turned into a boat and went into the water. This helps people travel through the city more easily. What can you use or do because someone invented it?
Lets review the meaning of the words in the chart. Extend Theme Vocabulary Theme Vocabulary lifesettlesuburbvillage historyfutureamazing
Determine Important Information -When we use this strategy, we think about which ideas are most important to remember. -Lets look at pg. 6 and use multiple strategies to remember information. Multiple Strategies ImportantStrategy That Helps the Past in the titleVisualize- me as a baby I want to determine what information is important. The words the Past in the title tell me that the text has information about the past. That information is the most important. Visualizing can help me understand the important ideas. The author mentions yesterday and the day before. Visualizing what I was like when I was a baby helps me understand the past.
Use Text Structure PagesQuestionText Structure 13 The author shows the sequence of events from the past to today. Once signals information about the past. Today signals information how the city is now How did the new ideas of Jane Addams and Casimiro Barela change their communities? 26 Why were the inventions in the time line important in Portland and other communities? Text structure is how an author puts ideas in order. One structure is sequence, or time period.
Phonics brow___frow___tow___ pow___crow___how___ rou___fou___prou___ lou___sou___mou___ Lets see if we can add the correct letter or letters to complete the words below. d, er, l, n, nd, th
mis-re-un- Use the prefixes below to create as many words as you can!
Spelling 1.We _______ about our classmates. 2.People _____ in their community. 3.A shape can be a ___________. 4.Where is a brush for my ____________? 5.Following rules in a game is ___________ play. 6.I like to sit in a big, soft _________. 7.We _________ cool clothes in summer. 8.A _________ chased a rabbit. 9.Sometimes people are _________ in the dark. 10. I wonder _____________ the book is.
Fluency : Books of the Future Newspaper article
When writers prepare their writing to be published, they make a neat, clean copy that includes any revisions or edits they have made to their work. They also include a title and their name. They space their lines neatly so that the text is easy to read. Publishing