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1 Big Question: How can gardens enrich our lives? Title: The GardenerAuthor: Sarah StewartIllustrator: David SmallGenre: Realistic Fiction

2 Small Group Timer

3 Spelling Words lets hed youll cant Id youd havent hasnt shed theyll whens wed theyd wasnt didnt shouldve wouldve couldve neednt youve

4 Vocabulary Words More Words to Know beauty blooming bulbs doze humor recognizing showers sprouting adore catalogues survived encouraging preparations soup kitchen

5 Big Question: How can gardens enrich our lives? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

6 Monday Question of the Day How can gardens enrich our lives?

7 Today we will learn about: Build Concepts Cause and Effect Story Structure Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Expression/Intonation Action and Linking Verbs Contractions Science: Gardens Enriching Lives

8 MONDAY Fluency: Expression/Intonation

9 Fluency: Expression/Intonation Listen as I read Eat Your Vegetables. As I read, notice how I use my tone of voice to show expression and excitement. Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

10 Fluency: Expression/Intonation What experience made Dusty want to grow vegetables for people in need? What was one effect of Dustys hard work?

11 Build Concepts encouraging, preparations, soup kitchen Work Helping Others Rewards Gardens Enriching Lives

12 CAUSE /EFFECT STORY STRUCTURE Pages

13 PRIOR KNOWLEDGE THINK OF AS MANY THINGS ARE YOU CAN ABOUT GARDENING. Gardening

14 Vocabulary: Word Rating Chart WordKnowHave SeenDont Know beauty blooming bulbs doze humor recognizing showers sprouting

15 Vocabulary Words beauty – the quality that pleases both the mind and the senses in art or nature blooming – having flowers; opening into flowersblooming bulbs – round, underground parts from which certain plants growbulbs

16 Vocabulary Words doze – to sleep lightly doze humor – the ability to see or show the funny side of things recognizing – identifying showers – rain that lasts only a short timeshowers sprouting – producing new leaves, shoots, or buds; beginning to growsprouting

17 Other Vocabulary Words adore – to love and admire someone greatly catalogues – listscatalogues survived – continued to live; existed

18 Other Vocabulary Words encouraging – trait of giving someone courage or confidence preparations – things done to get ready soup kitchen – a place where meals are offered free of charge to people who need themsoup kitchen Next slide

19 blooming

20 bulbs

21 doze

22 showers

23 sprouting

24 catalogues

25 soup kitchen soup kitchen

26 MONDAY Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs

27 wasnt that a colorfull garden Wasnt that a colorful garden? the tullips was red and yellow The tulips were red and yellow.

28 Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs I wrote a long poem for Uncle Jim. The secret place is ready for Uncle Jim. The verb in the first sentence is an action verb, wrote. The verb in the second sentence is a linking verb, is. It links the subject to a word in the predicate.

29 Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs A verb is a word that tells what someone or something is or does. Action verbs are words that show action. Linking verbs, such as am, is, are, was, and were, do not show action. They link a subject to a word or words in the predicate.

30 Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs Action Verb: Roses grow on bushes in the garden. Linking Verb: Each rose is a different color.

31 Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs. Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs Pick out the verbs and tell if it is an action verb or a linking verb. We see many wildflowers on our trips. see, action verb Wildflowers bloom along this path. bloom, action verb My favorites are bluebonnets. are, linking verb

32 Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs. Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs Pick out the verbs and tell if it is an action verb or a linking verb. Queen Annes Lace is a soft white flower. is, linking verb My sister loves little yellow buttercups. loves, action verb

33 Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs. Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs Pick out the verbs and tell if it is an action verb or a linking verb. Wildflowers wilt on a hot day. wilt, action verb Once I picked a fairy slipper. picked, action verb Clover is usually purple. is, linking verb

34 Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs. Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs Pick out the verbs and tell if it is an action verb or a linking verb. Dont step on those lilies. step, action verb Forests are full of violets and wildflowers. are, linking verb

35 MONDAY Spelling: Contractions

36 Spelling Words lets hed youll cant Id youd havent hasnt shed theyll whens wed theyd wasnt didnt shouldve wouldve couldve neednt youve

37 Tuesday Question of the Day Why do you think Lydia Graces grandmother wants her to finish her homework before doing anything else?

38 Today we will learn about: Word Structure Cause and Effect Draw Conclusions Vocabulary Fluency: Choral Reading Action and Linking Verbs Contractions Science: Interdependence

39 VOCABULARY STRATEGY FOR ENDINGS Pages

40 THE GARDENER Pages

41 TUESDAY Fluency: Expression/Intonation

42 Fluency: Choral Reading Turn to page 288. As I read the different parts of the letter, notice how my tone changes. We will now practice as a class, doing three choral readings of page 288.

43 TUESDAY Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs

44 the windo boxs is full of wildflowers The window boxes are full of wildflowers. theyll bloom in Summer Theyll bloom in summer.

45 Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs A verb is a word that tells what someone or something is or does. Action verbs are words that show action. Linking verbs, such as am, is, are, was, and were, do not show action. They link a subject to a word or words in the predicate.

46 TUESDAY Spelling: Contractions

47 Spelling Words lets hed youll cant Id youd havent hasnt shed theyll whens wed theyd wasnt didnt shouldve wouldve couldve neednt youve

48 Wednesday Question of the Day Why do you think Lydia Grace wants to make her uncle smile so badly?

49 Today we will learn about: Cause and Effect Story structure Word Structure Vocabulary Fluency: Expresion/Intonation Action and Linking Verbs Contractions Science: Ecosystems

50 THE GARDENER Pages

51 WEDNESDAY Fluency: Expression/Intonation

52 Fluency: Model Turn to page 292. As I read, notice how I pause at commas and how my voice changes at the exclamation point. We will now practice as a class, doing three choral readings of page 292.

53 WEDNESDAY Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs

54 There was a rain shouer last night so i havent watered the garden today There was a rain shower last night, so I havent watered the garden today. whens the sun comeing out Whens the sun coming out?

55 Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs Strong action verbs make writing vivid and lively. The vine creeps along the garden wall.

56 WEDNESDAY Spelling: Contractions

57 Spelling Words lets hed youll cant Id youd havent hasnt shed theyll whens wed theyd wasnt didnt shouldve wouldve couldve neednt youve

58 Thursday Question of the Day How can you team up with other living things (not human) to help each other and the environment?

59 Today we will learn about: Consonant Digraphs How-to Article/Text Feature Reading Across Tests Content-Area Vocabulary Fluency: Partner Reading Action and Linking Verbs Contractions Science: Horticulture

60 SCIENCE IN READING: WORMS AT WORK Pages

61 THURSDAY Fluency: Expression/Intonation

62 Fluency: Partner Reading Turn to page 292. With a partner, practice reading page 292 aloud three times. Read with proper expression and intonation. Offer each other feedback.

63 THURSDAY Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs

64 the smithss garden seem like a jungle The Smiths garden seems like a jungle. what wonderfull plants youll see What wonderful plants youll see!

65 Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs Most linking verbs are forms of the verb to be (am, is, are, was, were). However, some other verbs can be linking verbs.

66 Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs The word feel can be a linking verb: I feel happy. When feel is used as a linking verb, follow it with an adjective, not an adverb. No: I feel well. I feel badly. Yes: I feel good. I feel bad.

67 THURSDAY Spelling: Contractions

68 Spelling Words lets hed youll cant Id youd havent hasnt shed theyll whens wed theyd wasnt didnt shouldve wouldve couldve neednt youve

69 Friday Question of the Day How can gardens enrich our lives?

70 Today we will learn about: Concept Vocabulary Cause and Effect Steps in a Process Word Structure Action and Linking Verbs Contractions Card Catalog/Database Science: Gardens Enriching Lives

71 Cause and Effect A cause tells why something happened. An effect is what happened. Words such as because and so are clues that can help you figure out a cause and its effect. Sometimes a cause has more than one effect.

72 Steps in a Process When we make or do something, we almost always use steps in a process. We use steps in a process both at school and at home. For example, steps are needed to solve a math problem and also to set up a board game.

73 Steps in a Process Clue words like first, next, last, then, and begin often give the order in which the steps should be done. Sometimes the order of steps is given by using numbered or lettered lists.

74 Word Structure You can use word structure to determine the meaning of words with –s endings. List unknown words ending with –s that you encountered as you read The Gardener. Create a chart showing the unknown word, the base word, and the words meaning.

75 Context Clues WordBase WordMeaning

76 Latin Names Lydia Grace taught her new friend, Emma, the Latin names of flowers. For instance, the Latin name for violet is viola. With a partner, use reference sources to make lists of flowers and their Latin names.

77 FRIDAY Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs

78 the foxs didnt get into the garden The foxes didnt get into the garden. those yelow flours will bloom in september Those yellow flowers will bloom in September.

79 FRIDAY Spelling: Contractions

80 Spelling Words lets hed youll cant Id youd havent hasnt shed theyll whens wed theyd wasnt didnt shouldve wouldve couldve neednt youve

81 Contractions didnt - well Which two words form the first contraction? did not Which letter does the apostrophe replace? o

82 Contractions When you see a contraction, stop to figure out which two words it stands for and what it means. The word well, for example, is the shortened form of we and will. The apostrophe takes the place of the letters wi in will. It sounds like one word.

83 Contractions Contractions Tell the two words that make up the contraction. youll were theyll couldnt shes Im theyre dont Hes my brother. I didnt hear her call my name. Ill just grab my coat and then we can go.

84 Consonant Digraphs We studied consonant digraphs, or two- and three- letter consonant combinations that stand for one sound. Read this sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which words have consonant digraphs.

85 Consonant Digraphs What kind of watch does she have? what, watch, she What letters make up the consonant digraphs? What do they sound like? what, watch, she

86 Consonant Digraphs They sang into the microphone. they, the, microphone What letters make up the consonant digraphs? What do they sound like? they, the, microphone

87 Consonant Digraphs Consonant Digraphs bring shower phony marsh mother chatter machine ringer fashion phase smoothly lather The telephone kept ringing and ringing. What is the weather like today? We dropped our laundry down the chute to the basement. We picked enough cherries to bake three pies.

88 Card Catalog/Database Have you even looked up a book or a subject in the library? Did you use the card catalog? Did you use the computer database?

89 Card Catalog/Database If you are researching a particular subject, search for a book using the topic. Type in general words to describe the subject.

90 Card Catalog/Database If you know the author or book title you are looking for, search by author or title. Use the title of the book or last name of the author.

91 Card Catalog/Database The call number tells you where to look for the book. In the Dewey Decimal system, nonfiction books are arranged in numerical order. Fiction books are arranged alphabetically by the authors last name.

92 Review Games Spelling City Spelling City: Spelling Words Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words Other Vocabulary Words

93 We are now ready to take our story tests. Story test Classroom webpage, Reading Test AR Other Reading Quizzes Quiz #


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