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1 Big Question: When might it be hard to grant freedom? Title: Author: Illustrator: Genre: Title: Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Author and Illustrator: Susan L. Roth Genre: Realistic Fiction

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3 Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Spelling Words above another upon animal paper open family travel afraid nickel sugar circus item gallon melon character cardinal Oregon particular dinosaur

4 Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Vocabulary WordsMore Words to Know bows chilly foolish foreign narrow perches recipe fragrant gingerly sleek affectionate collar territory

5 Big Question: When might it be hard to grant freedom ? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

6 Monday Question of the Day When might it be hard to grant freedom?

7 Today we will learn about: Build Concepts Cause/Effect Graphic Organizers Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Appropriate Phrasing Grammar: Abbreviations Spelling: Schwa Animal Freedom

8 Monday Fluency: Model Appropriate Phrasing

9 Fluency: Appropriate Phrasing  Listen as I read “Elsa” to you.  While I read, notice that I group together words instead of reading word by word.  Be ready to answer questions after the story.

10 Fluency: Appropriate Phrasing  Why does the author go to a place ten miles away from Elsa?  How did the author know Elsa was hunting and eating on her own in the wild?

11 Build Concept Vocabulary: Build Concept Vocabulary: affectionate, collar, territory Captivity Difficulties in Setting Free Needs in the Wild Animal Freedom

12 Turn to page 304.

13 Prior Knowledge: Prior Knowledge: Take 2 or 3 minutes to think about what you know about birthdays and pets.

14 Vocabulary: Word Rating Chart

15 Vocabulary Words bows - bends the head and body in greeting, respect, worship, or obedience bows chilly – cold; unpleasantly cool foolish – without any sense; unwise foreign – outside your own country narrow – not wide; having little widthnarrow

16 Vocabulary Words perches - comes to rest on something; settles; sits perches recipe – a set of written directions that shows you how to fix something to eatrecipe

17 Other Vocabulary Words fragrant – having a sweet smell or odor gingerly – with extreme care or caution sleek – soft and shiny; smoothsleek affectionate – loving collar – a leather or plastic band or a metal chain for the neck of a dog or other pet animalcollar

18 Other Vocabulary Words territory – an area, such as a nesting ground, in which an animal lives, and which it defends from others of its kind territory Next slide

19 bows

20 narrow

21 perch

22 recipe

23 sleek

24 collar

25 territory

26 Monday Grammar: Abbreviations

27 did mr kangs pet fly all the way from china Did Mr. Kang’s pet fly all the way from China? most birds cant traval across the ocean Most birds can’t travel across the ocean.

28 Grammar: Abbreviations “Mr. Kang,” says Mrs. Kang, “did you forget about your three birthday wishes already?” Mr. and Mrs. are abbreviations. Each begins with a capital letter and ends with a period.

29 Grammar: Abbreviations An abbreviation is a shortened form of a word. Many abbreviations begin with a capital letter and end with a period.

30 Grammar: Abbreviations Some titles used for names of people are abbreviations. For example, Dr. is the abbreviation for Doctor. The title Miss is not abbreviated. Mr. Mark Elton Lewis Ms. Susan Wang Miss Carmen Mendoza

31 Grammar: Abbreviations An initial is the first letter of a name. It is written with a capital letter and is followed by a period. Mr. Mark E. Lewis S.B. Wang C.M.Mendoza

32 Grammar: Abbreviations The names of days and months can be abbreviated. May, June, and July are not abbreviated. Days of the Week: Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat. Months of the Year: Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

33 Grammar: Abbreviations Grammar: Abbreviations Capitalize letters and use periods correctly. ms jamie lee Ms. Jamie Lee Jan 24 Jan. 24 dr d bond Dr. D. Bond

34 Grammar: Abbreviations Grammar: Abbreviations Capitalize letters and use periods correctly. thurs aug 2 Thurs., Aug. 2 b c pepper B.C. Pepper mon dec 13 Mon., Dec. 13

35 Grammar: Abbreviations Grammar: Abbreviations Find the words that can be abbreviated in the sentences below. Doctor Sanchez showed us his new parrot. Dr. Sanchez showed us his new parrot. Mister Davidson can teach parrots to talk. Mr. Davidson can teach parrots to talk.

36 Monday Spelling: Schwa

37 Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Spelling Words above another upon animal paper open family travel afraid nickel sugar circus item gallon melon character cardinal Oregon particular dinosaur

38 Tuesday Question of the Day Why does Mr. Kang feel a connection with the hua mei?

39 Today we will learn about: Context Clues Cause/Effect Graphic Organizers Plot Vocabulary Fluency: Choral Reading Grammar: Abbreviations Spelling: Schwa Social Studies: Location Skills Animal Freedom

40 Tuesday Fluency: Choral Reading

41 Fluency: Choral Reading Turn to page 314. As I read, notice how I read entire groups of words instead of reading word-by-word. Now we will read the page together three times.

42 Turn to page 306.

43 Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Pages

44 Tuesday Grammar: Abbreviations

45 i allways look at the birds in the cage in dr. robinsons office I always look at the birds in the cage in Dr. Robinson’s office. ms. sanchez and him clean the cage dayly Ms. Sanchez and he clean the cage daily.

46 Grammar: Abbreviations Abbreviations are often used for words such as days and months and titles used with people’s names. Abbreviations for days, months, and people’s titles are capitalized and end with a period.

47 Grammar: Abbreviations Some titles used for names of people are abbreviations. For example, Dr. is the abbreviation for Doctor. The title Miss is not abbreviated. Mr. Don Lee Chang Ms. Lucy Ruiz Mrs. Maya Lewis

48 Grammar: Abbreviations An initial is the first letter of a name. It is written with a capital letter and is followed by a period. Mr. Don L. Chang L.T. Ruiz M.E. Lewis

49 Grammar: Abbreviations The names of days and months can be abbreviated. May, June, and July are not abbreviated. Days of the Week: Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat. Months of the Year: Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

50 Tuesday Spelling: Schwa

51 Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Spelling Words above another upon animal paper open family travel afraid nickel sugar circus item gallon melon character cardinal Oregon particular dinosaur

52 Wednesday Question of the Day What does Mr. Kang learn from the hua mei?

53 Today we will learn about: Cause/Effect Graphic Organizers Context Clues Theme Vocabulary Fluency: Appropriate Phrasing Grammar: Abbreviations Spelling: Schwa Social Studies: Immigration Animal Freedom

54 Wednesday Fluency: Appropriate Phrasing

55 Fluency: Appropriate Phrasing Turn to page 325. As I read, notice how I pause at commas and group words appropriately. Now we will read the page together three times.

56 Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Pages

57 Wednesday Grammar: Abbreviations

58 this bird has bright feathers and it sings a cheerful song This bird has bright feathers, and it sings a cheerful song. its musick makes me feel happy Its music makes me feel happy.

59 Grammar: Abbreviations Abbreviations are often used for words such as days and months and titles used with people’s names. Abbreviations for days, months, and people’s titles are capitalized and end with a period.

60 Grammar: Abbreviations Using abbreviations when taking notes or writing outlines saves time and space for writers. Unabbreviated: Some birds fly south in October or November. Abbreviated: Some birds fly south in Oct. or Nov.

61 Wednesday Spelling: Schwa

62 Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Spelling Words above another upon animal paper open family travel afraid nickel sugar circus item gallon melon character cardinal Oregon particular dinosaur

63 Thursday Question of the Day How are animals that live in the wild similar to pets that stay with us in our homes?

64 Today we will learn about: Vowel Sounds in “tooth” and “cook” Interview/Text Features Reading Across Texts Content-Area Vocabulary Fluency: Paired Reading Grammar: Abbreviations Spelling: Schwa Social Studies: Exotic Birds

65 Thursday Fluency: Paired Reading

66 Turn to page Read these pages with a partner three times. Read groups of words instead of word-by-word. Offer each other feedback.

67 Back to the Wild Pages

68 Thursday Grammar: Abbreviations

69 the women was affraid the bird would fly away The women were afraid the bird would fly away. the bird disappeared on feb 2 The bird disappeared on Feb. 2.

70 Grammar: Abbreviations Abbreviations are often used for words such as days and months and titles used with people’s names. Abbreviations for days, months, and people’s titles are capitalized and end with a period.

71 Grammar: Abbreviations You may be asked to identify the correct abbreviation for a word. Remember that abbreviations for words that begin with a capital letter, such as days of the week and months of the year, also begin with a capital letter. All abbreviations end with a period.

72 Grammar: Abbreviations Words: Mister Coleman’s birthday party—Saturday, January 15. Abbreviations: Mr. Coleman’s birthday party—Sat., Jan.15.

73 Thursday Spelling: Schwa

74 Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Spelling Words above another upon animal paper open family travel afraid nickel sugar circus item gallon melon character cardinal Oregon particular dinosaur

75 Friday Question of the Day When might it be hard to grant freedom?

76 Today we will learn about: Concept Vocabulary Cause/Effect Word Choice Context Clues Grammar: Abbreviations Spelling: Schwa Maps Animal Freedom

77 Cause and Effect The cause is why something happens. The effect is what happens.

78 Word Choice Authors select their words carefully. Often authors choose words that help the reader experience the way things look, sound, smell, taste, or feel. As you read, consider the author’s choice of words. Try to see images in your mind as you read.

79 Context Clues You can use antonyms as context clues to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words. List any unknown words in “Happy Birthday Mr. Kang” in the chart to help find the definition based on its antonym.

80 Word Structure WordAntonymMeaning

81 Rhyming Words Words that have the same ending sounds rhyme. Poems often use rhyming words, for example, house and mouse. Some words that rhyme have different spellings; others that are spelled the same may not rhyme.

82 Rhyming Words Notice the spelling of these rhyming pairs. ants – pants collar – dollar sleep – creep voice – choice hug - snug cage – rage glad – sad sweet - neat feather – weather cake - bake

83 Friday Grammar: Abbreviations

84 the old man feel selfesh because the bird wants its freedom The old man feels selfish because the bird wants its freedom. can the bird live out side in the Winter safely Can the bird live outside in the winter safely?

85 Friday Spelling: Schwa

86 Happy Birthday, Mr. Kang Spelling Words above another upon animal paper open family travel afraid nickel sugar circus item gallon melon character cardinal Oregon particular dinosaur

87 Schwa  At least one syllable in a multisyllabic word is accented, or stressed.  about  How many syllables do you hear in the word about?  Which syllable is accented, or stressed?  What vowel sound do you hear in the accented syllable?  What vowel do you see in the unaccented syllable?  Do you hear the long a sound?  What sound do you hear?  This is the schwa sound.

88 Schwa  When I read words that have more than one syllable, I see different vowels in the unaccented syllables, but the different vowel letters often stand for the same sound.  Vowels in the unaccented syllables usually stand for the schwa sound.  When I’m not sure how to pronounce a multisyllable word, I say the schwa sound for the vowels in the unaccented syllables.

89 Schwa  Let’s look at these words.  affect  April  occur  circus

90 Schwa Schwa Read these words and find which letters stand for the schwa sound. sister bacon along upon gadget robin metal commit We stayed in a long cabin at the bottom of a canyon. I like to put lots of lettuce in my salad. Would you like to buy a pretzel for a nickel? The garage was ablaze.

91 Vowels in tooth, cook  We studied the words with the vowel sounds in tooth and cook.

92 Vowels in tooth, cook  Read the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which words have the vowel sound in tooth.  The food was not good because we put in too little salt.  food, too

93 Vowels in tooth, cook  Raise your hand when you know which words have the vowel sound in cook.  The food was not good because we put in too little salt.  good, put

94 Vowels in tooth, cook  Read the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which words have the vowel sound in tooth.  Look at Dad’s new blue suit.  new, blue, suit  Raise your hand when you know which word has the vowel sound in cook.  Look at Dad’s new blue suit.  Look

95 Vowels in tooth, cook Vowels in tooth, cook What letters make the oo sound in each word? pushup avenue swimsuit neighborhood shampoo outgrew overdue monsoon cruiser unscrew tenderfoot cushion Sue’s suitcase is full of clothes. I felt like snoozing, but the bright moonlight kept me awake. The horses’ hoofbeats shook the ground. The ship’s crew knew that a storm was due.

96 Maps  What do you expect to find on the map of a city?  Some maps show roads. They can show all of the roads for a particular place or just the major, or main, roads.

97 Maps  A map can show important landmarks or attractions.  Maps have a legend or key that shows what symbols are used.  A scale shows the distance represented by a unit on the map.

98 Boston

99 Review Games Spelling City: Spelling Words Vocabulary Words Other Vocabulary Words

100 We are now ready to take our story tests. Story test ▫ Classroom webpage, ▫ Reading Test AR ▫ Other Reading Quizzes ▫ Quiz # 46141


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