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1 Title: The Story of the Statue of Liberty Author: Betsy Maestro Genre: Narrative Nonfiction

2 Small Group Timer

3 The Story of the Statue of Liberty The Story of the Statue of Liberty Spelling Words few school true goose fruit cookie cushion noodle bookmark balloon suit chew glue Tuesday bushel bamboo mildew soothe barefoot renewal

4 The Story of the Statue of Liberty Vocabulary Words More Words to Know crown liberty model symbol tablet torch unforgettable unveiled pedestal riveted sculptor initials patriotic recruiting

5 Big Question: What does the Statue of Liberty mean to Americans? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

6 Monday Question of the Day What does the Statue of Liberty mean to Americans?

7 Today we will learn about: Build Concepts Main Idea Text Structure Build Background Lesson Vocabulary Fluency: Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate and Expression Grammar: Capital Letters Spelling: Vowel Sounds in tooth & cook American Symbols

8 Fluency: Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate and Expression Monday

9 Fluency: Model Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate, Intonation Listen as I read Uncle Sam to you. While I read, notice that I use an appropriate rate and use my voice to show expression. Be ready to answer questions after the story.

10 Fluency: Model Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate, Intonation In a word or two, who is this selection about? What is the most important idea about this topic? What is one detail that tells more about the main idea?

11 Build Concept Vocabulary: Build Concept Vocabulary: initials, patriotic, recruiting Origin What Its Used For Why It Is Inspiring American Symbols

12 Turn to page 284. Main Idea and Details

13 Prior Knowledge: Take 2 or 3 minutes to think about the Statue of Liberty. 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.

14 Vocabulary: Word Rating Chart WordKnowHave SeenDont Know crown liberty models symbol tablet torch unforgettable unveiled

15 Vocabulary Words crown – a head covering of precious metal worn by a royal person, such as a queen or king crown liberty – freedom models – small copies of somethingmodels symbol – an object, diagram, icon, or so on, that stands for or represents something elsesymbol

16 Vocabulary Words tablet – a small, flat surface with something written on it tablet torch – a long stick with material that burns at one end of ittorch unforgettable – so good or so wonderful that you cannot forget it unveiled – removed a veil from; uncovered; revealedunveiled

17 More Vocabulary Words pedestal – a base on which a column or a statue stands pedestal riveted – fastened something with metal boltsriveted sculptor – an artist who makes things by cutting or shaping themsculptor initials – the first letter of words patriotic – having or showing love and loyal support for your countrypatriotic recruiting – getting people to joinrecruiting Next slide

18 crown

19 symbols

20 models

21 tablet

22 torch

23 unveiled

24 pedestal

25 riveted

26 sculptor

27 patriotic

28 recruiting

29 Grammar: Capital Letters Monday

30 the classes visits the washington monument on tuesday The classes visit the Washington Monument on Tuesday. is the statue of liberty or the washington monument biggest Is the Statue of Liberty or the Washington Monument bigger?

31 Grammar: Capital Letters Every year, on the Fourth of July, the United States of America celebrates its independence. Because Fourth of July is the name of a holiday and United States of America is the name of a country, the first word and all important words are capitalized.

32 Grammar: Capital Letters Use capital letters for proper nouns. Proper nouns include days of the week, months of the year, and holidays. Incorrect: The fourth thursday in november is thanksgiving. Correct: The fourth Thursday in November is Thanksgiving.

33 Grammar: Capital Letters Titles for people and abbreviations of the titles should be capitalized when they are used with a persons name. Do not capitalize titles when they are used by themselves. Incorrect: My Grandpa visits on hanukkah and independence day. Correct: My grandpa visits on Hanukkah and Independence Day.

34 Grammar: Capital Letters Grammar: Capital Letters Find the words that need to be capitalized. Today mr. chang said Americans have many symbols of freedom. Today Mr. Chang said Americans have many symbols of freedom. We eat special cakes at easter. We eat special cakes at Easter.

35 Grammar: Capital Letters Grammar: Capital Letters Find the words that need to be capitalized. Americans can display flags on any day from january to december. Americans can display flags on any day from January to December. One monday in july I spotted a bald eagle. One Monday in July I spotted a bald eagle.

36 Grammar: Capital Letters Grammar: Capital Letters Find the words that need to be capitalized. Bald eagles are also a symbol of freedom in the united states. Bald eagles are also a symbol of freedom in the United States Last august my family visited mount rushmore. Last August my family visited Mount Rushmore.

37 Grammar: Capital Letters Grammar: Capital Letters Find the words that need to be capitalized. In the summer, a ceremony is held there each night from monday through sunday. In the summer, a ceremony is held there each night from Monday through Sunday.

38 Spelling: Vowel sounds in tooth and cook Monday

39 The Story of the Statue of Liberty The Story of the Statue of Liberty Spelling Words few school true goose fruit cookie cushion noodle bookmark balloon suit chew glue Tuesday bushel bamboo mildew soothe barefoot renewal

40 Tuesday Question of the Day What did Bartholdi want the Statue of Liberty to symbolize?

41 Today we will learn about: Word Structure: Prefixes Main Idea Text Structure Cause/Effect Vocabulary Fluency: Choral Reading Grammar: Capital Letters Spelling: Vowel sounds in tooth & cook Time for Social Studies: Location Skills Cultures American Symbols

42 Turn to page 286. Vocabulary Strategy for Prefixes

43 Pages

44 Fluency: Choral Reading Tuesday

45 Fluency: Choral Reading Turn to page 293. As I read, notice how I read without skipping or changing any words. We will now read the page together three times.

46 Grammar: Capital Letters Capital Letters Tuesday

47 maria and her daughter came to the united states in november Maria and her daughter came to the United States in November. the statue of liberty greated maria and she The Statue of Liberty greeted Maria and her.

48 Grammar: Capital Letters Days of the week, months of the year, and holidays begin with a capital letter. Titles for people and abbreviations of the titles should be capitalized when they are used with a persons name but not when they are used by themselves.

49 Grammar: Capital Letters Incorrect: Incorrect: Last october aunt Rosie and my Uncle gave a party for halloween. Correct: Correct: Last October Aunt Rosie and my uncle gave a party for Halloween. Incorrect: Incorrect: Does mothers day come earlier than memorial day? Correct: Correct: Does Mothers Day come earlier than Memorial Day?

50 Spelling: Vowel sounds in tooth and cook Tuesday

51 The Story of the Statue of Liberty The Story of the Statue of Liberty Spelling Words few school true goose fruit cookie cushion noodle bookmark balloon suit chew glue Tuesday bushel bamboo mildew soothe barefoot renewal

52 Wednesday Question of the Day What does the statue symbolize for many immigrants?

53 Today we will learn about: Text Structure Word Structure Vocabulary Fluency: Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate and Expression Grammar: Capital Letters Spelling: Vowel sounds in tooth and cook Artists and Monuments American Symbols

54 Pages

55 Fluency: Choral Reading Wednesday

56 Fluency: Choral Reading Turn to page 295. As I read, notice how I pause at the dash and how my voice changes at the exclamation point. We will now read the page together three times.

57 Grammar: Capital Letters Capital Letters Wednesday

58 didnt you climb to the top of the statue on toosday Didnt you climb to the top of the statue on Tuesday? you cant go to the top anymore but you can go inside the base You cant go to the top anymore, but you can go inside the base.

59 Grammar: Capital Letters Days of the week, months of the year, and holidays begin with a capital letter. Titles for people and abbreviations of the titles should be capitalized when they are used with a persons name but not when they are used by themselves.

60 Grammar: Capital Letters Using proper nouns can make writing more specific. General: We spent the holiday at the statue. Specific: We spent the Fourth of July at the Statue of Liberty.

61 Spelling: Vowel sounds in tooth and cook Wednesday

62 The Story of the Statue of Liberty The Story of the Statue of Liberty Spelling Words few school true goose fruit cookie cushion noodle bookmark balloon suit chew glue Tuesday bushel bamboo mildew soothe barefoot renewal

63 Thursday Question of the Day How would you feel coming to the United States to live if you were from another country?

64 Today we will learn about: Suffixes –y, -ish, -hood, -ment Textbook/Text Features Reading Across Texts Content-Area Vocabulary Fluency: Paired Reading Grammar: Capital Letters Spelling: Vowel sounds in tooth and cook Artists and Monuments

65 Pages

66 Fluency: Paired Reading Thursday

67 Fluency: Paired Reading Turn to page 297. Read this page three times with a partner. Read with expression and accuracy. Give each other feedback.

68 Grammar: Capital Letters Capital Letters Thursday

69 fue people had saw the statue of libery until 1886 Few people had seen the Statue of Liberty until the statues torch shines over every one. The statues torch shines over everyone.

70 Grammar: Capital Letters You may be asked to identify which words should be capitalized in a sentence. Remember that days of the week, months of the year, and holidays should be capitalized.

71 Grammar: Capital Letters Titles for people and abbreviations of the titles should be capitalized when they are used with a persons name. They should not be capitalized when they are used by themselves.

72 Grammar: Capital Letters Incorrect: My aunt came on Thursday for thanksgiving with uncle Rob. Correct: My aunt came on Thursday for Thanksgiving with Uncle Rob.

73 Spelling: Vowel sounds in tooth and cook Thursday

74 The Story of the Statue of Liberty The Story of the Statue of Liberty Spelling Words few school true goose fruit cookie cushion noodle bookmark balloon suit chew glue Tuesday bushel bamboo mildew soothe barefoot renewal

75 Friday Question of the Day What does the Statue of Liberty mean to Americans?

76 Today we will learn about: Build Concept Vocabulary Main Idea Steps in a Process Word Structure: Prefixes Grammar: Capital letters Spelling: Vowel sounds in tooth and cook Time Line American Symbols

77 Main Idea The main idea is the big idea, or most important idea of a paragraph or selection. The small pieces of information that tell about the main idea are the supporting details. Look for keywords in the text, such as who, what, when, why, and when to get details and the main idea.

78 Steps in a Process When you tell the steps in a process, you tell the order of steps to finish something or the steps in which something happens. Think about what is being made and how it should look after each step.

79 Steps in a Process Look for clue words, such as first, next, and then. If there are diagrams or illustrations, match them to the written steps.

80 Building the Statue of Liberty FirstThenAt last

81 Word Structure You can use word structure and prefixes to help determine the meaning of unfamiliar words. List any words with prefixes you found in The Story of the Statue of Liberty in the chart to help find the meaning of it.

82 Word Structure WordBase + PrefixMeaning

83 Sculpture Words model mold skeleton cast statue figure framework marble

84 Grammar: Capital Letters Capital Letters Friday

85 when the statue of liberty was finaly presented, president grover cleveland gave a speech When the Statue of Liberty was finally presented, President Grover Cleveland gave a speech. mr. and mrs. adams watched fireworks expload in the harbor Mr. and Mrs. Adams watched fireworks explode in the harbor.

86 Grammar: Capital Letters Days of the week, months of the year, and holidays begin with a capital letter. Titles for people and abbreviations of the titles should be capitalized when they are used with a persons name but not when they are used by themselves.

87 Spelling: Vowel sounds in tooth and cook Friday

88 The Story of the Statue of Liberty The Story of the Statue of Liberty Spelling Words few school true goose fruit cookie cushion noodle bookmark balloon suit chew glue Tuesday bushel bamboo mildew soothe barefoot renewal

89 Vowels in tooth, cook Many sounds can be spelled in different ways. cook, tooth, put, blew, true, suit How many vowels do you see in the word cook? How many vowel sounds do you hear? What vowel sound do you hear in cook? Which letters stand for that sound? Now lets see what makes the vowel sound in the other words.

90 Vowels in tooth, cook Vowels in tooth, cook What letters make the oo sound in each word? nuisance notebook ambush shrewdly woody mildew untrue bamboo Look at the big kangaroo! The stories in the newspaper were untrue. Drew put blueberries on his cereal. Fruit juice is a good, healthy drink.

91 Suffixes: -y, -ish, -hood, -ment We studied the suffixes –y, -ish, -hood, and –ment. Read the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which words have suffixes.

92 Suffixes: -y, -ish, -hood, -ment The bright sun gave the fluffy cloud a yellowish glow. What is the suffix in fluffy? What is the base word? What is the suffix in yellowish? What is the base word?

93 Suffixes:-y, -ish, -hood, -ment sisterhood guilty improvement babyish government speedy chilly selfish fiftyish pavement motherhood astonishment

94 Suffixes:-y, -ish, -hood, -ment The new mother looks forward to parenthood with excitement. I thought his statement was very childish. We watched the tricky magician in amazement. The children love to play outside on snowy, windy days.

95 Review Games Spelling City: Spelling Words Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words Other Vocabulary Words AAA Spelling

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


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