11Fluency: 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.
12Fluency: Characterization/Dialogue What is the conflict in the story? How is it resolved?What do you think about Salamanca’s mother’s rejection of the term “Native American”?
13Concept Vocabulary background – heritage judge – to form an opinion about someone or somethingnative – belonging by birth to a specific nation or culture(Next Slide)
14Concept Vocabulary(To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.)
20Vocabulary Words accustomed – usual, customary decline – process of losing power, strength, beauty, health, etc; growing worseformer – earlier; pastpresence – condition of being present in a placeunaccompanied – alone
21More Words to Knowcorsages – small bouquets of flowers, worn on the shoulder of a woman’s clothes or on her wristrabbi – teacher of the Jewish law and religion; leader of a Jewish congregation
22More Words to Knowsuperstitious – having belief or practice based on ignorant fear or mistaken reverence(Next Slide)
26grandma write the most createve poems Grandma writes the most creative poems.they is a very affectionite coupleThey are a very affectionate couple.
27Contractions and Negatives “Mrs. Potter bought a new dress and flew down for the wedding, but we didn’t fly down together.Didn’t 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.
28Contractions 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 = we’ve.
29Contractions and Negatives Other contractions are formed by joining a verb and not: should + not = shouldn’t; could + have= could’ve.Won’t and can’t are formed in special ways (can + not = can’t; will + not = won’t)
30Contractions and Negatives Negatives are words that mean “no” or “not”: no, not, never, none, nothing. Contractions with n’t are negatives too.To make a negative statement, use only one negative word.
31Contractions and Negatives No: Don’t never use the wrong zip code.Yes: Don’t ever use the wrong zip code.Use positive words instead of negative ones in a sentence with not.
32Contractions and Negatives Positivenobodyanybody, somebodyno oneanyone, someonenoneany, all, somenothinganything, somethingnowhereanywhere, somewhereneverever, always
33Contractions and Negatives What is the contraction for each pair of words? does notdoesn’tI haveI’vethey arethey’rehas nothasn’tthey arethey’reI haveI’ve
34Contractions and Negatives What is the contraction for each pair of words? has nothasn’tdoes notdoesn’tshould haveshould’vewe willwe’llcan notcan’t
35Contractions and Negatives Choose the word in ( ) that correctly completes each sentence. The invitation didn’t have (no, any) mistakes.anyNothing should (ever, never) go wrong at a wedding.ever
38Why does Noah object to writing a B&B letter? TuesdayQuestion of the DayWhy does Noah object to writing a B&B letter?
39Today we will learn about: Context Clues for AntonymsPlotPredictCause and EffectVocabularyFluency: Echo ReadingGrammar: Contractions and NegativesSpelling: Suffixes -ate, -ive, -shipSocial Studies: Writing ImplementsFamily Relationships
40Vocabulary Strategy: Antonyms Turn to Page 538 - 539.
43Fluency: Echo Reading Turn to page 542, the opening. As I read, notice how I read Noah’s 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.
45no 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 fallWe were fortunate the wedding cake didn’t fall.
46Contractions 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” or “not.” Do not use two negatives (called a double negative) in a sentence.
49WednesdayQuestion of the DayWhat might have happened on the wedding day if Noah had not been there to save the situation?
50Today we will learn about: PlotPredictCause and EffectVocabularyFluency: Characterization/DialogueGrammar: Contractions and NegativesSpelling: Suffixes –ate, –ive, -shipSocial Studies: Retirement CommunitiesFamily Relationships
53Fluency: 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.
55the couple is secreteve about them engagment The couple is secretive about their engagement.It were considerate of mrs kerchmer to provide the floweresIt was considerate of Mrs. Kerchmer to provide the flowers.
56Contractions 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” or “not.” Do not use two negatives (called a double negative) in a sentence.
57Contractions and Negatives No: Sarah doesn’t never write her mother.Yes: Sarah doesn’t ever write her mother.Yes: Sarah never writes her mother.
58Contractions and Negatives No: They didn’t have nowhere to go.Yes: They didn’t have anywhere to go.Yes: They had nowhere to go.
59Contractions and Negatives Review something you have written to see if you can eliminate double negatives.
68did the tradition originate in south america the affectionate couple payed for the wedding themselfsThe affectionate couple paid for the wedding themselves.
69Contractions 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” or “not.” Do not use two negatives (called a double negative) in a sentence.
70Contractions and Negatives Test Tip: It’s is a contraction of it is. You’re is a contraction of you are.It’s and you’re are often confused with the possessive pronouns its and your.
71Contractions and Negatives No: Its too bad the cake lost it’s top.Yes: It’s too bad the cake lost its top.No: Your brave to plan you’re wedding outdoors.Yes: You’re brave to plan your wedding outdoors.
74How can different generations be resources? FridayQuestion of the DayHow can different generations be resources?
75Today we will learn about: Build Concept VocabularyPlotFlashbackContext Clues for AntonymsGrammar: Contractions and NegativesSpelling: Suffixes: -ate, -ive, -shipScheduleFamily Relationships
76PlotA 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
77PlotSometimes 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.
78FlashbackIn 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.
79AntonymsAntonyms 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 word’s meaning.
80AntonymsIn 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.
81AntonymsMy grandfather always says that it takes a great deal of fortitude to overcome an obstacle, but that weakness will get you nowhere.
82ScheduleA 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.
85the 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 receptoinBoth of them are going to the wedding and the reception.
86Contractions 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” or “not.” Do not use two negatives (called a double negative) in a sentence.