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1Boom Town When would hard work be the way to strike it rich? Big Question:Boom Town When would hard work be the way to strike it rich?Title: Boom TownAuthor: Sonia LevitinIllustrator: John SandfordGenre: Historical Fiction
9Fluency: Model Accuracy Listen as I read “Prairie Town.”Notice how I speak carefully so no words are omitted.I will adjust my reading rate to be sure to include any difficult or unfamiliar words.Be ready to answer questions after I finish.Do you think this story shows something that could have really happened?How would you describe this story—as a realistic story or as a fantasy?
10Build Concept Vocabulary: bounty, economic, population GrowthBusinessesResidentsCommunity Development
12Prior Knowledge: Take 2 or 3 minutes to think about as many things as you can about how towns grow. What do you KNOW?What would you WANT to find out?What have you LEARNED?After we read our story, we will add what we learned in the last column.
13Vocabulary Words business – work done to earn a living boom - having rapid growthbusiness – work done to earn a livingcoins – round pieces of metal used as moneyfetched – went and got somethinglaundry – a room or building where clothes are washed and ironed
14Vocabulary Wordsmending – sewing that repairs a hole or tearpick – a tool with a heavy metal bar pointed at one or both ends, having a long, wooden handleskillet – a type of frying panspell – a period of time
15Other Vocabulary Words bustle – a noisy or excited activitynuggets – small, rough pieces of valuable metal oreprospector – someone who explores or examines a region, looking for gold or other valuable resources
16Other Vocabulary Words bounty – a large supplyeconomic – having to do with the business affairs of a country or areapopulation – the number of people living in a placeNext slide
29the apple pies was for super The apple pies were for supper.can you’re sister bake piesCan your sister bake pies?
30Grammar: Sentences Gooseberries grew on the bushes near town. This group of words is a sentence.It tells a complete thought.It begins with a capital letter and ends with a period.
31Grammar: Sentences A sentence is a complete thought. It names someone or something and tells what that person or thing is or does.An incomplete sentence is called a fragment.Sentence: The girls ate strawberries.Fragment: A farmer in the big field.
32Grammar: SentencesWords in a sentence are in an order that makes sense.A sentence always begins with a capital letter and ends with a an end mark.
33Sentences Decide if each group of words is a sentence or a fragment. The bakery sells fresh bread.sentenceServing lunch at the café.fragmentThe bankers eat there each day.
34Sentences Decide if each group of words is a sentence or a fragment. At a quiet table in the corner.fragmentEveryone works hard all week.sentenceWho will clean the clothes?Washing the men’s shirts?
35Sentences Decide if each group of words is a sentence or a fragment. Sleeping in the barn.fragmentHe could build a stable.sentenceAcross the street from the store.Mr. Jay built a shoe shop.
43Fluency: Choral Reading Turn to page 18.As I read, notice that I read all of the words as written and I don’t omit or substitute any words.Now we will practice together doing three choral readings of page 18.
45soon their was more trafic in the town Soon there was more traffic in the town.does any one need knew shoesDoes any one need new shoes?
46Grammar: Sentences A sentence tells a complete thought. A sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a period, question mark, or exclamation mark.A fragment is a group of words that does not tell a complete thought.
65the settlers bilt a school and stores The settlers built a school and stores.they gived all the streats namesThey gave all the streets names.
66Grammar: Sentences Test Tips: Watch out for fragments that have an –ing word.Sentences:The boys are going to the game.The band is marching in the parade.Fragments:Going to the game.The band marching in the parade.
68Spelling Words lettuce basket winter sister monster supper subject happenlettucebasketwintersistermonstersuppersubjectlessonspellingnapkincollartrafficsuggestpuppetskilletpicnicplanetsystempumpkin
69When would hard work be the way to strike it rich? FridayQuestion of the DayWhen would hard work be the way to strike it rich?
70Today we will learn about: Concept DevelopmentRealism/FantasySettingContext CluesCompare and ContrastAnalyze a PhotoSentencesShort Vowels VCCVAdvertisement/PosterCommunity Development
71Realism and Fantasy Ask yourself, “Could this really happen?” A realistic story tells about something that could happen.A fantasy is a story about something that could never happen.
72Setting The setting is the time and place in which a story occurs. Setting can be real or imaginary.Some writers describe a setting. Other writers reveal the setting through details.
73SettingIdentify the setting by listing the time and place in which the story occurs.Use details to help understand how the writer implies elements of the setting.
74Vocabulary Strategy: Context Clues Some words have more than one meaning.You can use context clues to figure out which meaning makes sense in the sentence.If you still need help, find the meaning of the word in a dictionary.Decide which meaning is appropriate in the context of Boom Town.
76Homonyms Many words we use every day are homonyms. Look at the list on the next slide.Add words to the list.Then with a partner write a sentence using one meaning for each of the homonyms listed.
77Homonyms rich: food with lots of sugar or fat hard: solid and tough rich: having lots of moneyrich: food with lots of sugar or fathard: solid and toughhard: difficultpinch: a tiny bit (of salt)pinch: to squeeze fleshsore: angrysore: achingstore: a place that sells goodsstore: to save
81Spelling Words lettuce basket winter sister monster supper subject happenlettucebasketwintersistermonstersuppersubjectlessonspellingnapkincollartrafficsuggestpuppetskilletpicnicplanetsystempumpkin
82Short Vowels Vowels can stand for long or short sounds. dollar – dol / larWhich letters in the first syllable are consonants?Which letter is a vowel?
83Short VowelsWhen there is only one vowel at the beginning or in the middle of a word or syllable, the vowel usually stands for its short sound.sudden – sud / denDo you think the vowel in the first syllable of this word is long or short?
84Short VowelsWhen you come to a word you don’t know, divide it into syllables and sound out each syllable.sud / denThe first syllable of this word has a vowel between two consonants, so the vowel probably stands for its short sound.
85Short Vowels Find the short vowel in the first syllable. spellingpencilwinnerpollenmonsterputterbiscuittadpoleI hope the puppies act better when they grow up.Bees get pollen in the summer.We have hidden the key near the window.
86Long VowelsWe studied vowel sounds in syllables that end with silent e.Read this sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which word has a long vowel sound.Did you invite Pam to visit us?What long vowel sound do you hear in the second syllable?How do you know that i stands for its long sound?
87Long VowelsRead this sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which word has a long vowel sound.Do you want to sit beside Ken?What long vowel sound do you hear in the second syllable?How do you know that i stands for its long sound?
88Long Vowels Our grandpa gives us good advice. remotedividemisplaceprecedeassumearosebehavereviseigniteconcludearriveadviceOur grandpa gives us good advice.Austin rewrote his story in his best writing.I dislike some vegetables.Jacob’s nickname is Jake.
89Advertisement/Poster What is the purpose of an advertisement?The headline is the main part of the advertisement that catches the reader’s eye. The headline might be a photo or a catchy phrase.Most advertisements include a product shot. It might be the product by itself or a shot of the product in use.
90Advertisement/Poster Advertisements also always have body copy, or text. The copy emphasizes the value of the product or service. It tries to persuade the reader.Advertisers often use a signature that the consumer will remember. It might be a brand name or a memorable phrase.
91Spelling City: Spelling Words Vocabulary Words Other Vocabulary Words Review GamesSpelling City:Spelling WordsVocabulary WordsOther Vocabulary Words
92We are now ready to take our story tests. Classroom webpage,Reading TestAROther Reading QuizzesQuiz #