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1 A base word is a word part that has meaning and can stand alone. Many words can be created by adding a base word. a helping hand A base word is a word part that has meaning and can stand alone. Many words can be created by adding a base word. a helping hand Show Base Word slideshow

2 Off to Adventure! Take out your reading books and turn to pages 122 &123 Off to Adventure! Take out your reading books and turn to pages 122 &123 What adventures do the main characters have in this theme?

3 Its time for... These are words... We use them for... Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

4 ferocious: fierce, powerful

5 hurricane: an ocean born storm with violent winds and heavy rains.

6 distress: serious danger or trouble

7 transmitting: sending signals by radio or wire.

8 raise: to contact by radio

9 acknowledged: recognized or made known

10 relaying: passing or sending along

11 Read Radio Rescue

12 Predict/Infer I can use illustrations to create reasonable predictions. Predict: Think of a possibility that makes sense based on text clues and personal experiences. Take a look at the pictures of this story and make predictions about what will happen. I can use illustrations to create reasonable predictions. Predict: Think of a possibility that makes sense based on text clues and personal experiences. Take a look at the pictures of this story and make predictions about what will happen.

13 Making Inferences TE pg. 137D Authors do not always explain everything in a story. Readers sometimes have to make inferences about how characters feel or why they do certain things. Reread pgs What clues help you infer that the boy realized there was a real emergency. Read pg. 130 Make inferences about the reporters attitude toward the boy. Authors do not always explain everything in a story. Readers sometimes have to make inferences about how characters feel or why they do certain things. Reread pgs What clues help you infer that the boy realized there was a real emergency. Read pg. 130 Make inferences about the reporters attitude toward the boy.

14 You will begin the Theme Skills Test GOOD LUCK and TRY YOUR BEST!

15 A cause is an event that makes something happen. (What happened?) An effect is the event that happens as a result. (Why did it happen?) A cause is an event that makes something happen. (What happened?) An effect is the event that happens as a result. (Why did it happen?)

16 Cause-and-Effect Chart Practice Book pg. 63 Cause (Why does it happen?) Cause (Why does it happen?) Effect (What happens?) Effect (What happens?) A ferocious hurricane hits the coast of Florida. In 1926, phone lines are wiped out in parts of Florida. The narrator must contact the Coast Guard about the stranded family He sends messages over the emergency band reserved for official use. The Coast Guard receives the narrators message. The stranded family gets rescued.

17 Preparing for Tests TE pg. 136 You are going to learn strategies that will help them do well on tests. Open your reading book to pgs. 136 & 137 You are going to learn strategies that will help them do well on tests. Open your reading book to pgs. 136 & 137

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21 SyllabicationSyllabication Breaking an unfamiliar word into syllables can help in pronouncing it. Each syllable has one vowel sound. In words with a VCCV pattern, syllables are often divided between the two consonants. cactus Breaking an unfamiliar word into syllables can help in pronouncing it. Each syllable has one vowel sound. In words with a VCCV pattern, syllables are often divided between the two consonants. cactus

22 Divide these words into Syllables basket bonnet raindrop insect rooftop invent basket bonnet raindrop insect rooftop invent

23 Sequence of Events The events in a story happen in a certain order, or sequence. Signal words: first, after that, a little later, and the next day. What are the keywords on pg The events in a story happen in a certain order, or sequence. Signal words: first, after that, a little later, and the next day. What are the keywords on pg

24 When Did It Happen? Practice Book pg. 69 Read the paragraph. Order of Events Juanas clock radio turns on. The announcer reports a fire. Juana gets out of bed, dresses, and looks out the window. The announcer reports a fire. Juana hears fire engine sirens. Order Words That Provide Clues at 7 A.M. A few minutes later Within seconds Just then Moments later

25 You will begin the Theme Skills Test GOOD LUCK and TRY YOUR BEST!

26 Alphabetical Order in a Dictionary When words begin with the same letter or letters, they may be put in alphabetical order by their second or third letter. reporter rescue Alphabetize these Words exit, thunder, junk, excuse, thick, squish, title

27 Multiple-Meaning Words Some words have more than one meaning. In a dictionary, each definition is numbered. Some words have more than one meaning. In a dictionary, each definition is numbered. They gave the alarm that a storm was coming. alarm: 1. Sudden fear. 2. A warning of approaching danger. 3.A device that warns of danger by means of a sound.

28 PB pg. 71

29 Its time for... These are words... We use them for... Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

30 route: way or path

31 trot: movement that is faster than a walk and slower than a run.

32 urged: pushed onward

33 reins: straps a rider uses to guide an animal Read Midnight Ride

34 Cause (Why does it happen?) Cause (Why does it happen?) Effect (What happens?) Effect (What happens?) Sybil had no time to waste. Sybil stayed at each house just long enough to call out her message and listen for an answer. (page 132) A cold rain was falling. (page 133) Sybils teeth chattered and her fingers felt stiff on the reins. Sybil saw fires burning in Danbury. (page 133) Sybil thought about how she would feel if her own house were burning. Sybil knew that neighbors would run to tell one another. Sybil did not knock on every door. (page 134) The American soldiers surprised the British and forced them back to their ships. (page 134)

35 You are great Readers!

36 Inflected Endings –ed and –ing The ending –ed shows action that happened in the past. The ending –ing shows an action that is happening in the present. When a base word ends with e, drop the e before adding –ed or –ing. dripped from the cloak. Practice Book pg. 70 The ending –ed shows action that happened in the past. The ending –ing shows an action that is happening in the present. When a base word ends with e, drop the e before adding –ed or –ing. dripped from the cloak. Practice Book pg. 70

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38 Parts of a Dictionary Base words, compound words, abbreviations can all be entry words. Plurals of nouns, verbs with –ed or –ing endings, and adjectives and adverbs with –er or –est endings are not entry words. Base words, compound words, abbreviations can all be entry words. Plurals of nouns, verbs with –ed or –ing endings, and adjectives and adverbs with –er or –est endings are not entry words. hawks, doorbell, Mrs. Identify the entry words: sadly, little, biggest, tables, moan, peanut

39 Partner Read Sybil Ludingtons Midnight Ride


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