Presentation on theme: "Pushing up the Sky By: Joseph Bruchac Genre: Play Skill: Authors Purpose Authors Purpose:"— Presentation transcript:
Pushing up the Sky By: Joseph Bruchac Genre: Play Skill: Authors Purpose Authors Purpose:
Say It! antler imagined languages narrator overhead poked
More Words to Know bumped randomly
antlers bony, branching growths on the head of a male deer, elk, or moose
imagined made a picture or idea of something in your mind
languages human speech, spoken or written
narrator the person who tells a story
overhead over the head; on high; above
poked pushed with force against someone or something
The narrator was telling the story.
Lisa can speak many different languages.
The moose had his antlers hung in the tree.
I imagined I was a fairy princess.
Grant poked me hard in the side with his finger.
The ceiling overhead was leaking water onto the floor.
Lets review our words. Watch carefully because they will flash on the screen for just a moment. We will clap as we spell the word.
Review Questions p Where did the Snohomish people live? What can the bows and arrows be made of? Why were the people not happy with the sky? What were some of the problems people were having with the sky being so close? What was the Seventh Chiefs answer to the problem?
Review Questions p What was the signal to push up together? How was the sky pushed up? What could the people see through the sky after they pushed it up?