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1 Big Question: How can different generations be resources? Author: E.L. Konigsburg Genre: Humorous Fiction

2 Small Group Small Group Timer Timer

3 Review Games Story Sort Story Sort VocabularyWords Vocabulary Words: Arcade Games Arcade Games Study Stack Study Stack Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Spelling Words Spelling City: Spelling Words

4 Spelling Words Suffixes –ate, -ive,-ship

5 activate negative friendship objective representative attractive creative membership partnership compassionate fortunate considerate secretive scholarship restrictive affectionate cooperative originate township relationship alienate affirmative dictatorship championship rehabilitate

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7 Vocabulary Words corsages rabbi superstitious background judge native Vocabulary WordsMore Words to Know

8 Monday Question of the Day How can different generations be resources?

9 Today we will learn about: Build Concepts Plot Predict Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Characterization/Dialogue Grammar: Contractions and Negatives Spelling: Suffixes –ate, -ive, -ship Family Relationships

10 Fluency Characterization/Dialogue

11 Fluency: Characterization/Dialogue Listen as I read Walk Two Moons. As I read, notice how I change the pitch, volume, and accent of my voice to indicate the different characters. Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

12 Fluency: Characterization/Dialogue What is the conflict in the story? How is it resolved? What do you think about Salamancas mothers rejection of the term Native American?

13 Concept Vocabulary

14 (To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.)

15 Build Concept Vocabulary Build Concept Vocabulary background, judge, native History Interactions Family Relationships

16 Plot, Predict Turn to Page 536 – 537.

17 Prior Knowledge What happens to people in our culture when they get old? K (What do you know?) W (What would you like to learn?) L (What did you learn?)

18 Prior Knowledge This weeks audio explains how to write a thank-you note. After we listen, we will discuss what you learned. Do you agree with everything you heard? Why or why not?

19 Vocabulary Words

20 – accustomed – usual, customary decline – process of losing power, strength, beauty, health, etc; growing worse former – earlier; past presence – condition of being present in a place unaccompanied – alone

21 More Words to Know corsages – small bouquets of flowers, worn on the shoulder of a womans clothes or on her wrist corsages rabbi – teacher of the Jewish law and religion; leader of a Jewish congregationrabbi

22 More Words to Know superstitious – having belief or practice based on ignorant fear or mistaken reverence ( Next Slide )

23 corsages

24 rabbi

25 Grammar Contractions and Negatives

26 grandma write the most createve poems Grandma writes the most creative poems. they is a very affectionite couple They are a very affectionate couple.

27 Contractions and Negatives Mrs. Potter bought a new dress and flew down for the wedding, but we didnt fly down together. Didnt is a contraction. It is formed from the words did and not. The apostrophe shows where the letter o in not has been left out.

28 Contractions and Negatives A contraction is a shortened form of two words. An apostrophe is used to show where one or more letters have been left out. Some contractions are made by combining pronouns and verbs: we + have = weve.

29 Contractions and Negatives Other contractions are formed by joining a verb and not: should + not = shouldnt; could + have= couldve. Wont and cant are formed in special ways (can + not = cant; will + not = wont)

30 Contractions and Negatives Negatives are words that meanno or not: no, not, never, none, nothing. Contractions with nt are negatives too. To make a negative statement, use only one negative word.

31 Contractions and Negatives No: Dont never use the wrong zip code. Yes: Dont ever use the wrong zip code. Use positive words instead of negative ones in a sentence with not.

32 Contractions and Negatives NegativePositive nobody anybody, somebody no one anyone, someone none any, all, some nothing anything, something nowhere anywhere, somewhere never ever, always

33 Contractions and Negatives What is the contraction for each pair of words? does not doesnt I have Ive they are theyre has not hasnt they are theyre I have Ive

34 Contractions and Negatives What is the contraction for each pair of words? has not hasnt does not doesnt should have shouldve we will well can not cant

35 Contractions and Negatives Choose the word in ( ) that correctly completes each sentence. The invitation didnt have (no, any) mistakes. any Nothing should (ever, never) go wrong at a wedding. ever

36 Spelling Words Suffixes –ate, -ive,-ship

37 activate negative friendship objective representative attractive creative membership partnership compassionate fortunate considerate secretive scholarship restrictive affectionate cooperative originate township relationship alienate affirmative dictatorship championship rehabilitate

38 Tuesday Question of the Day Why does Noah object to writing a B&B letter?

39 Today we will learn about: Context Clues for Antonyms Plot Predict Cause and Effect Vocabulary Fluency: Echo Reading Grammar: Contractions and Negatives Spelling: Suffixes -ate, -ive, -ship Social Studies: Writing Implements Family Relationships

40 Vocabulary Strategy: Antonyms Turn to Page

41 The View from Saturday Turn to Page

42 Fluency Echo Reading

43 Fluency: Echo Reading Turn to page 542, the opening. As I read, notice how I read Noahs voice, using pitch, tempo, accent, and rhythms of speech to model his voice. We will practice as a class doing three echo readings of these paragraphs.

44 Grammar Contractions and Negatives

45 no one never knew how sadie fell down the stares No one knew how Sadie fell down the stairs. we were fortunite the wedding cake didnt fall We were fortunate the wedding cake didnt fall.

46 Contractions and Negatives A contraction is a shortened form of two words. An apostrophe is used to show where one or more letters have been left out. Negatives are words that mean no ornot. Do not use two negatives (called a double negative) in a sentence.

47 Spelling Words Suffixes –ate, -ive,-ship

48 activate negative friendship objective representative attractive creative membership partnership compassionate fortunate considerate secretive scholarship restrictive affectionate cooperative originate township relationship alienate affirmative dictatorship championship rehabilitate

49 Wednesday Question of the Day What might have happened on the wedding day if Noah had not been there to save the situation?

50 Today we will learn about: Plot Predict Cause and Effect Vocabulary Fluency: Characterization/Dialogue Grammar: Contractions and Negatives Spelling: Suffixes –ate, –ive, -ship Social Studies: Retirement Communities Family Relationships

51 The View from Saturday Turn to Page

52 Fluency Characterization/Dialogue

53 Fluency: Characterization/Dialogue Turn to page 543, the dialogue between Noah and his mother. As I read, notice how I change my voice for different characters. Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings.

54 Grammar Contractions and Negatives

55 the couple is secreteve about them engagment The couple is secretive about their engagement. It were considerate of mrs kerchmer to provide the floweres It was considerate of Mrs. Kerchmer to provide the flowers.

56 Contractions and Negatives A contraction is a shortened form of two words. An apostrophe is used to show where one or more letters have been left out. Negatives are words that mean no ornot. Do not use two negatives (called a double negative) in a sentence.

57 Contractions and Negatives No: Sarah doesnt never write her mother. Yes: Sarah doesnt ever write her mother. Yes: Sarah never writes her mother.

58 Contractions and Negatives No: They didnt have nowhere to go. Yes: They didnt have anywhere to go. Yes: They had nowhere to go.

59 Contractions and Negatives Review something you have written to see if you can eliminate double negatives.

60 Spelling Words Suffixes –ate, -ive,-ship

61 activate negative friendship objective representative attractive creative membership partnership compassionate fortunate considerate secretive scholarship restrictive affectionate cooperative originate township relationship alienate affirmative dictatorship championship rehabilitate

62 Thursday Question of the Day How do accidents sometimes provide opportunities to solve a problem?

63 Today we will learn about: Expository Nonfiction Reading Across Texts Content-Area Vocabulary Fluency: Partner Reading Grammar: Contractions and Negatives Spelling: Suffixes –ate, –ive, -ship Science: Wacky Inventions

64 Who Thought of That Turn to Page

65 Fluency Partner Reading

66 Fluency: Partner Reading Turn to page 543, the dialogue between Noah and his mother. Read this three times with a partner. Be sure to read with proper enthusiasm and offer each other feedback.

67 Grammar Contractions and Negatives

68 did the tradition originate in south america Did the tradition originate in South America? the affectionate couple payed for the wedding themselfs The affectionate couple paid for the wedding themselves.

69 Contractions and Negatives A contraction is a shortened form of two words. An apostrophe is used to show where one or more letters have been left out. Negatives are words that mean no ornot. Do not use two negatives (called a double negative) in a sentence.

70 Contractions and Negatives Test Tip: Its is a contraction of it is. Youre is a contraction of you are. Its and youre are often confused with the possessive pronouns its and your.

71 Contractions and Negatives No: Its too bad the cake lost its top. Yes: Its too bad the cake lost its top. No: Your brave to plan youre wedding outdoors. Yes: Youre brave to plan your wedding outdoors.

72 Spelling Words Suffixes –ate, -ive,-ship

73 activate negative friendship objective representative attractive creative membership partnership compassionate fortunate considerate secretive scholarship restrictive affectionate cooperative originate township relationship alienate affirmative dictatorship championship rehabilitate

74 Friday Question of the Day How can different generations be resources?

75 Today we will learn about: Build Concept Vocabulary Plot Flashback Context Clues for Antonyms Grammar: Contractions and Negatives Spelling: Suffixes: -ate, -ive, -ship Schedule Family Relationships

76 Plot A plot includes (1) a problem or goal, (2) rising action, as a character tries to solve the problem or meet the goal, (3) a climax, when the character meets the problem or goal head on, and (4) a resolution, or outcome

77 Plot Sometimes a writer hints at an event that will happen later in the story. Such a hint is called foreshadowing. Sometimes a writer goes back in time to tell about an earlier event. The earlier event is called a flashback.

78 Flashback In a story, a flashback occurs when the narrator begins describing something that happened in his or her past. A flashback can begin at any point in a story. Flashbacks are often complete stories within a larger frame story. A flashback can have its own plot, characters, settings, and themes.

79 Antonyms Antonyms are words that have opposite meanings. If you encounter a difficult word while reading, you should look for an antonym near the word for clues to the words meaning.

80 Antonyms In the following sentences, name the antonym that helps determine the meaning of each unknown word in italics. My mother thinks that the highway exit sign was undetectable, but I noticed it right away.

81 Antonyms My grandfather always says that it takes a great deal of fortitude to overcome an obstacle, but that weakness will get you nowhere.

82 Schedule A schedule is a kind of table made of rows and columns, also called cells, that contain information. A schedule can show times, dates, and locations for traveling or transportation, or things you have to do. It can show the times and dates of events, usually in chronological order.

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84 Grammar Contractions and Negatives

85 the whether was cooprative, so the ceremony was heldout doors The weather was cooperative, so the ceremony was held outdoors. both of them is going to the wedding, and the receptoin Both of them are going to the wedding and the reception.

86 Contractions and Negatives A contraction is a shortened form of two words. An apostrophe is used to show where one or more letters have been left out. Negatives are words that mean no ornot. Do not use two negatives (called a double negative) in a sentence.

87 Spelling Words Suffixes –ate, -ive,-ship

88 activate negative friendship objective representative attractive creative membership partnership compassionate fortunate considerate secretive scholarship restrictive affectionate cooperative originate township relationship alienate affirmative dictatorship championship rehabilitate

89 Story test Classroom webpage, Reading Test AR Other Reading Quizzes Quiz #


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