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1 Big Question: What is the job of the President of the United States? Author: Judith St. George Genre: Expository Nonfiction

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

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7 Vocabulary Words  Constitution  howling  humble  politics  responsibility  solemnly  vain  execute  oath  priority  capital  capitol  clerks Vocabulary Words More Words to Know

8 Question of the Day What is the job of the President of the United States?

9 Today we will learn about:  Build Concepts  Main Idea  Summarize  Build Background  Vocabulary  Fluency: Stress/Emphasis  Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns  Spelling: Words with ear, ir, our, ur  U.S. Government

10 Fluency Model Stress/Emphasis

11 Fluency: Model Stress/Emphasis  Listen as I read “Welcome to Washington.”  As I read, notice how I stress important words to make it easier for listeners to understand information in the text.  Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

12 Fluency: Model Stress/Emphasis  What is the main idea of this selection?  What makes Washington, D.C., a showplace?

13 Concept Vocabulary  capital – city where the government of a country, state, or province is locatedcapital  capitol – building in which state or national lawmakers meetcapitol  clerks – people employed in an office to file papers, type letters, and so onclerks  (Next Slide) (Next Slide)

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

18 PlacesPeople U.S. Government

19 Main Idea and Details, Summarize Main Idea and Details, Summarize Turn to page

20 Prior Knowledge What do you know about U.S. Presidents? K (What do you know?) W (What would you like to learn?) L (What did you learn?)

21 Prior Knowledge  This week’s audio explores the history of the White House. After you listen, we will discuss what you found out and what surprised you most about the White House’s history.

22 Vocabulary Words

23  Constitution – the written set of fundamental principles by which the United States is governed Constitution  howling – very great  humble – not proud; modest  politics- the work of government; management of public business

24 Vocabulary Words  responsibility – the act or fact of taking care of someone or something; obligation  solemnly – seriously; earnestly; with dignity  vain – having too much pride in your looks, ability, etc.

25 More Words to Know  execute – to carry out; do  oath – a solemn promise  priority – something given attention before anything else  (Next Slide) (Next Slide)

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27 Grammar Plural Possessive Nouns

28  it would be fun to read an american presidents’jurnal  It would be fun to read an American President’s journal.  Theyre are many interesting activities at the white house  There are many interesting activities at the White House.

29 Plural Possessive Nouns  Our Presidents’ lives are very busy.  Presidents’ is a plural possessive noun. It is used to show that two or more people, places, or things share or own something. An apostrophe is added to plural nouns that end in –s, -es, or -ies to make them possessive.

30 Plural Possessive Nouns  A plural possessive noun shows that something is owned or shared by more than one person, place, or thing.  Add an apostrophe to a plural noun that ends in –s, -es, or –ies.  our Presidents’ pets  the countries’ leaders

31 Plural Possessive Nouns  Add an apostrophe and-s to a plural noun that does not end in –s, -es, or –ies.  the women’s dresses  the sheep’s fields

32 Plural Possessive Nouns What is the possessive form of each underlined plural noun?  wives clubs  wives’  lawyers cases  lawyers’  children classes  children’s

33 Plural Possessive Nouns What is the possessive form of each underlined plural noun?  leaders meetings  leaders’  guinea pigs teeth  guinea pigs’  national parks trees  national parks’

34 Plural Possessive Nouns What is the possessive form of each underlined plural noun?  mice tails  mice’s  moose hooves  moose’s  houses doors  houses’

35 Plural Possessive Nouns What is the possessive form of each underlined plural noun?  congressmen offices  congressmen’s

36 Plural Possessive Nouns What is the possessive form of each underlined noun?  Our Presidents lives have all been very different.  Presidents’  These men heights, shapes, and ages have also varied.  men’s

37 Plural Possessive Nouns What is the possessive form of each underlined noun?  Their families lives are hectic.  families’  The Roosevelt children pets included guinea pigs, mice, and rats.  children’s

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40 Question of the Day Why does the author include so many details about Presidents?

41 Today we will learn about:  Dictionary/Glossary  Main Idea  Summarize  Vocabulary  Fluency: Choral Reading  Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns  Spelling: Final Syllables –en, -an,-el,-le, -il  Social Studies: The Secret Service  The Executive Branch  U.S. Government

42 Vocabulary Strategy: Dictionary/Glossary Pages

43 So You Want to Be President? Pages

44 Fluency Choral Reading

45 Fluency: Choral Reading  Turn to page 246, paragraphs 1-3.  As I read, notice how I stress certain words for effect and sense, such as good, bad, and never.  We will practice as a class doing three choral readings of these paragraphs.

46 Grammar Plural Possessive Nouns

47  did the childrens animals ever escape in the white house  Did the children’s animals ever escape in the White House?  those mices and rats could easily disappear behind a curtin  Those mice and rats could easily disappear behind a curtain.

48 Plural Possessive Nouns  A plural possessive noun shows that two or more people, places, or things share or own something.  To make plural nouns that end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe. To make plural nouns that do not end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe and an –s.

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51 Question of the Day If you were the President, what would you like and dislike about your job?

52 Today we will learn about:  Summarize  Dictionary/Glossary  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Stress/Emphasis  Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns  Spelling: Words with ear, ir, our, ur  Social Studies: FDR’s New Deal  U.S. Government

53 So You Want to Be President? Pages

54 Fluency Model Stress/Emphasis

55 Fluency: Model Stress/Emphasis  Turn to page 250, paragraph 3.  As I read, notice which words I stress for emphasis.  Now we will practice together as a class by doing three choral readings.

56 Grammar Plural Possessive Nouns

57  which president had a bowling alley builded  Which president had a bowling alley built?  if i lived in the white house. Id go to the private movie theater every day  If I lived in the White House, I’d go to the private movie theater every day.

58 Plural Possessive Nouns  A plural possessive noun shows that two or more people, places, or things share or own something.  To make plural nouns that end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe. To make plural nouns that do not end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe and an –s.

59 Plural Possessive Nouns  Possessive nouns can make writing smoother and less wordy.  Wordy: the animals of the children  Not Wordy: the children’s animals  Review something you have written to see if you can make it less wordy by using plural possessive nouns.

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62 Question of the Day What are some important qualities that the President of the United States should have? Why?

63 Today we will learn about:  Expository Nonfiction/Text Features  Reading Across Texts  Content-Area Vocabulary  Fluency: Partner Reading  Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns  Spelling: Words with ear, ir, our, ur  Social Studies: Mount Rushmore

64 “Our National Parks” Pages

65 Fluency Partner Reading

66 Fluency: Partner Reading  Turn to page 250, paragraph 3.  Read this paragraph three times with a partner. Decide in advance which words to stress for sense and humorous effect and offer each other feedback.

67 Grammar Plural Possessive Nouns

68  our president’s entertain other countrie’s leaders in washington  Our Presidents entertain other countries’ leaders in Washington.  The presidents wives give dinner partys at the white house  The Presidents’ wives give dinner parties at the White House.

69 Plural Possessive Nouns  A plural possessive noun shows that two or more people, places, or things share or own something.  To make plural nouns that end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe. To make plural nouns that do not end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe and an –s.

70 Plural Possessive Nouns  Test Tip: One way to tell the difference between a possessive noun and a plural noun ending in –s is to ask a question beginning with whose.  For example, if you see the phrase Presidents’ pets, ask “Whose pets?” The answer is the Presidents’. If you get an answer to a question starting with whose, the word is possessive and requires an apostrophe.

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73 Question of the Day What is the job of the President of the United States?

74 Today we will learn about:  Build Concept Vocabulary  Main Idea  Expository Nonfiction  Dictionary/Glossary  Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns  Spelling: Words with ear, ir, our, ur  Time Line  U.S. Government

75 Main Ideas and Details  The focus of a paragraph or an article—what it is all about—is the topic.  The most important thing the author has to say about the topic is the main idea.  Small pieces of information that tell more about the main idea are supporting details.

76 Main Ideas and Details Main Idea Supporting Detail

77 Expository Nonfiction  Expository nonfiction is written to explain something. In expository writing, the author gives information about real people, things, or events.

78 Expository Nonfiction  When reading nonfiction, you don’t always have to read from beginning to end, as you would a story. If you are doing research, for example, you can skim or scan the text and read only the parts you need.

79 Expository Nonfiction  Text features such as chapter titles, subheadings, illustrations, charts, and bold type can help you determine what is covered.

80 Dictionary/Glossary  You can look up unfamiliar words in a glossary or a dictionary.  Use a dictionary to look up these challenging words from the selection.  Use the guide words, figure out pronunciations, and choose appropriate definitions.

81 Dictionary/Glossary WordDefinition agriculture surveying philosophy

82  How might you display information that shows major events in the life of George Washington?  A time line is a good way to display a series of events.

83 Time Line  A time line shows information in chronological order. It is divided into sections that represent periods of time and is read from left to right or top to bottom.  The title of a time line describes the topic.

84 Time Line  Labels give dates and details of events.  Time lines found on the Internet or on CD-ROMs are often interactive. You can click on links, such as a Web site article or video clip, to find additional information about an event.

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86 Grammar Plural Possessive Nouns

87  every for years americans go to the polls too elect a president  Every four years Americans go to the polls to elect a President.  the work is hard but many President’s have enjoyed the job  The work is hard, but many Presidents have enjoyed the job.

88 Plural Possessive Nouns  A plural possessive noun shows that two or more people, places, or things share or own something.  To make plural nouns that end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe. To make plural nouns that do not end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe and an –s.

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


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