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2 Tops and Bottoms Written by: Janet Stevens Genre: Animal Fantasy Skill: Authors Purpose Compiled by Susan Mumper 3 rd grade HES

3 Home Page QOD Million $ word Comprehension Build Background Vocabulary Daily tasks 1 2 3 4 512345 Context clues Phonics Web links Review questions Singular possessive nouns Singular possessive nouns Writing prompt Antonyms Journal paper Links

4 Links Famous Storytellers Fruit and vegetables The Great plant escape Home

5 Antonyms An antonym is a word that means the opposite of a word. For example, empty is the opposite of full. As you read Farming, look for antonyms to help you understand the meanings of the vocabulary words. Record the antonyms in your journal. Home

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7 QOD When are respect and understanding important in solving a problem? What other animals, besides a bear and a hare, could the author have chosen for this story? How do you think Bear felt after Hare tricked him three times? List two or three words you could use to describe Tortoise. Home

8 Million $ Word humiliated humiliated means to lower someone's pride, dignity, or self- respect Home

9 Strategy: Predict Good readers try to predict what will happen and why. You can also predict why an author might have written something. As you read, check your prediction. Were you right?

10 Authors Purpose The authors purpose is the reason an author writes something. There are many reasons for writing: to persuade, to inform, to entertain, or to express ideas and feelings. Whisper read p. 225. Think about what the authors purpose for writing this story is. Home

11 Build Background With your group brainstorm the steps in growing a vegetable garden. You will have about five minutes for the process. Then we will share our ideas by adding some of each to our class chart. Remember it is important to place the information in the correct sequence.

12 Growing Vegetables Home

13 Words to know bottom cheated clever crops lazy partners wealth

14 More Words to know debt cornstalk

15 bottom the lowest part

16 cheated did business or played in a way that was not honest

17 clever bright; intelligent; having a quick mind

18 crops plants grown for food

19 lazy not willing to work or be active

20 partners members of a company or firm who share risks and profits of the business

21 wealth a large quantity; riches

22 No one has ever been to the bottom of the ocean.

23 The workers were lazy and did not want to work.

24 The king shared his wealth with his people.

25 The farmer sold his crops at the market.

26 She cheated on the test and was very dishonest.

27 The fox was very clever when he caught the mouse.

28 The people were partners and owned the business together.

29 Lets review our words. Watch carefully because they will flash on the screen for just a moment.

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31 cheated

32 clever

33 crops

34 lazy

35 partners

36 wealth Home

37 Daily task 1 With a partner do section 1 of your tri-fold. With your partner do your Word builder CPA. Independently do RWB p. 83-84 Independently read leveled readers and take an AR test. With your team work on 10 important sentences CPA. Independently read books from your bag of books. Home

38 Daily task 2 1. With a partner do section 2 of your tri-fold. 2. Independently read leveled readers and take an AR test. 3. Independently do the newspaper CPA. Copy the information into your journal from my example. Look through the newspaper to find nouns. Cut the nouns out of the paper and glue in your journal. You must find at least 3 singular possessive nouns. 4. Independently finish RWB p. 83-84, world builder CPA, and 10 important sentences CPA. 5. Independently read books from your bag of books. Home

39 Daily task 3 1. With a partner do section 3 of your tri-fold. 2. Independently read leveled readers and take an AR test. 3. Independently do the newspaper CPA. Copy the information into your journal from my example. Look through the newspaper to find 10 nouns. Cut the nouns out of the paper and glue in your journal. You must find at least 3 singular possessive nouns. 4. Independently complete RWB p. 83-84, Word builder CPA, and 10 important sentences CPA. 5. Independently read books from your bag of books. Home

40 Daily task 4 With a partner do section 4 of your tri-fold. With your partner read "The Hare and the Tortoise," 248–249. Independently read leveled readers and take an AR test. With your team work on your station Independently read books from your bag of books. Home

41 Daily task 5 With a partner do section 5 of your tri-fold. Independently read leveled readers and take an AR test. With your team work on your station Independently read books from your bag of books. Home

42 Web links Fruit Match What are the parts of plants? Brain Pop – Plant Growth Home

43 Vocabulary Strategy for Antonyms Context Clues Sometimes when you are reading, you come across a word you dont know. The author may give you an antonym for the word. An antonym is a word that means the opposite of a word. For example, empty is the opposite of full. Look for a word that might be an antonym. It can help you understand the meaning of a word you dont know.

44 1. Look at the words around the word you dont know. The author may have used an antonym. 2. Look for words that seem to have opposite meanings. Think about the word you know. 3. Use that word to help you figure out the meaning of its antonym. As you read Farming, look for antonyms for the vocabulary words. Home

45 Consonant Blends clever What are the first two letters of clever? What is the sound of each letter? Do we hear both sounds when we say the word clever? When I see two or three consonants at the beginning or end of a word, I try blending them together as I say the word. I say all the sounds without pausing between them. If the word sounds right, I know it begins or ends with a consonant blend.

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47 Write these words in your journal and then underline the two- or three-letter consonant blends. thrashcommentstretchy splashingtraditionstargazing dragonsquiggle

48 Read these sentences, point out words with consonant blends, and name the letters that spell the consonant blend. The stray cat climbed the tallest tree. The splendid throne glittered in the light. The principal spoke to the class. Home

49 Review Pages p.228-237 1. How are Bear and Hare different? 2. How can you tell that this story is a folktale? 3. What is Hares main problem? How does he plan to solve it? 4. What is wrong with Bears share of the crops? 5. Summarize what has happened so far. Home

50 Review Pages p.238-246 1. Why does Hare want Bear to be his business partner? 2. What has Hare done to get what he needs? What does Bear decide to do as a result of his last deal? Why? 3. How did Hares life change as a result of being partners with Bear? 4. Do Bear and Hare remain friends in the end? Home

51 COMPOUND WORDS (review) The quarterback leads the football team. We studied compound words. Read the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which words are compound words. What smaller words make up each compound word? Home

52 handlebarsschoolbooksbricklayerstarlight applesaucehandwritingchalkboardroughhouse milkshakeclipboardgrapevineloudspeaker

53 Read these sentences. Use the underlined word in a new sentence. We followed the snowplow down the road. Dad found the newspaper at the end of the driveway. We put placemats on the table instead of a tablecloth. Home

54 GREAT JOB!

55 Fix-its 1. Hares family gave Bear two or thee crops. Hares family gave Bear two or three crops. 2. Hare used his strenth in the field and Bear rested. Hare used his strength in the field, and Bear rested. Home

56 Fix-it 5. Is that Mr. Bears field. Is that Mr. Bears field? 4. They planted strawberrys on Tuesday. They planted strawberries on Tuesday. Home

57 Singular Possessive Nouns

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59 farmers corns tonights cooks Tracys vegetables dads Home

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62 Killer whales What killer whales look like: Killer whales are white and black. Male killer whales have a dorsal fin that can be 6 feet tall. Killer whales have a tail flipper called a fluke. What a killer whale eats Killer whales eat penguins. Killer whales eat other whales. Killer whales eat seals. Where do killer whales live: Killer whales live near the North Pole. Killer whales live near the South Pole. Killer whales live in icy waters. Copy this chart in jour journal. As I read listen for information that may fit into these categories and write it down. We will share after I have finished the story.

63 Killer Whales Do you know what a killer whale eats? How about what they look like? Do you know where killer whales live? I can give you all of the these answers. If you wanted to know what killer whales, also known as orcas, eat; here is your answer. Killer whales eat penguins, and seals. They have also been known to eat other whales. Orcas are beautiful. They are white and black. Killer whales have a tail fin called a fluke. Killer whales can be found in all of the oceans. They are found in the colder waters. Most orcas are found near the North and South poles. There are the answers to your biggest killer whale questions. Now you know what they eat, where they live, and what they look like. Now go find out more about the wonderful animals.

64 Yesterday we made an outline to help us organize our plan on writing about Killer whales. Lets summarize what this book said about Killer Whales. Today we will use our outlines to write a descriptive essay about killer whales.


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