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If You Made a Million By: David M. Schwartz Illustrated by: Steven Kellogg Skill: Realism and Fantasy Author’s Purpose: Complied by Susan Mumper 3 rd.

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2 If You Made a Million By: David M. Schwartz Illustrated by: Steven Kellogg Skill: Realism and Fantasy Author’s Purpose: Complied by Susan Mumper 3 rd grade at HES

3 Home QOD Comprehension Skill Vocabulary Daily task Long Vowel Digraphs Review Word Parts Commands and Exclamations Commands and Exclamations Million $ Word Build Background Review questions Vocabulary Strategy Prereading Fix-its

4 Daily Task 5 1. With a partner read a leveled reader. 2. With your partner complete day 5 of your tri fold. 3. Independently read leveled reader and take AR test. 4. Independently complete RWB p and your word builder CPA. 5. With your team work on your station. 6. Read books from your bag of books and take AR tests Home

5 Commands and Exclamations

6 command exclamation command exclamation

7 That castle is so beautiful! Take a picture of the lovely gardens. How expensive it must be! Think about living in a place like that. What a daydream that is! Home

8 Hannah dreemed she had one hundred dollar. Hannah dreamed she had one hundred dollars. Home

9 What a beautiful Sndy it is. What a beautiful Sunday it is! Home

10 Nick and I took our pennys to the bank Nick and I took our pennies to the bank. Home

11 dad agread to cash the check for me. Dad agreed to cash the check for me. Home

12 Daily Task 4 1. With a partner read "Money from Long Ago," 112– 115 in your reading book. 2. With your partner complete day 4 of your tri fold. 3. Independently read leveled reader and take AR test. 4. Independently complete RWB p and your word builder CPA. 5. With your team work on your station. 6. Read books from your bag of books and take AR tests Home

13 Review Word Parts WORD ENDINGS -ed, -ing, -er, -est Sam carried the heaviest suitcase. We studied words with endings -ed, -ing, -er, and -est. Read the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which words have endings. How did each base word change when the ending was added? What are some other changes you might need to make before adding an ending? Home

14 Daily Task 3 1. With your partner Read pages in your reading book. 2. With your partner complete day 3 of your tri-fold. 3. Independently read a leveled reader and take an AR test. 4. Independently complete RWB p and your word builder CPA. 5. With your team work on your station. 6. Independently read books from your bag of books and take AR tests. Home

15 Daily Task With a partner read pages With your partner complete day two of your tri-fold Independently read a leveled reader and take an AR test Independently complete RWB p and your word builder CPA With your team work on your station Independently read books from your bag of books and take AR tests. Home

16 Prereading Tell me what you hope to find out as you read. Tell me what you hope to find out as you read. Read to discover the elements of a realistic story and to pause occasionally to make sure you understand what you read. Read to discover the elements of a realistic story and to pause occasionally to make sure you understand what you read. Home

17 Long Vowel Digraphs Vowels can stand for long or short sounds. seal wait goat What vowel sound do you hear in seal? How many vowels do you see in seal? What vowel sounds do you hear in wait and goat? How many vowels do you see in each word?

18 When I see two vowels in a row, I try saying the long vowel sound of the first vowel. I don't say the second vowel at all. I just need to remember two tricky letters. Both y and w can be consonants or vowels. When they come at the end of a word or syllable, they are vowels, so ay and ow are both vowel pairs.

19 Vocabulary Strategy for Multiple-Meaning Words Context Clues Sometimes during reading, you may come across a word whose meaning doesn’t make sense. The word might have another meaning. For example, band means “a musical group.” But it also means “a strip of material.” The words around the unknown word may help you figure out another meaning.

20 Let’s read these words and underline the vowel digraphs. approachdefeatstreamer betweenrainbowdismayoverflow

21 Read these sentences, point out the vowel digraphs, and say the vowel sound the digraph stands for. When the boat's motor broke, we had to row it. Ellen is not afraid to swim in the bay. Dean, don't ride the bike in the street. Home

22 1.If you come to a word that doesn't make sense, think about another meaning. 2.Look at nearby words or sentences. Can you figure out another meaning? 3.Try the new meaning in the sentence. Does it make sense? As you read “Money,” look for words that can have more than one meaning. I will ask in a few minutes for you to tell me the words. Home

23 Daily Task 1 1. With a partner read p. 90– With your partner complete your tri-fold 3. Independently complete RWB p Independently read a leveled reader and take an AR test. 5. With your table complete your World Builder CPA. 6. With your table work on your station. 7. Independently Read books from your bag of books and take AR tests Home

24 Coins and Bills DimePennyNickel Silver Dollar Quarter $100 bill $20 bill Home Listen to building background CD

25 Realism and Fantasy A realistic story tells about something that could happen. A realistic story tells about something that could happen. A fantasy story could never happen. Some stories are mostly realistic, but they may include events that are fantasy. As you read, ask yourself, "Could this really happen?"

26 Read “How Many Pennies?” on p. 86. Let’s fill in this chart together using information from the story to show some events that are realistic and some that are fantasy. What’s RealWhat’s Not Home

27 Million $ Word Income Income is the money that someone earns My income is less than Mr. Mumper’s. Home

28 Question of the Day How does money work? How does money work? What are some examples of situations in which you might prefer to have either coins or paper money? What are some examples of situations in which you might prefer to have either coins or paper money? Why do you think some people keep on working even after they earn a million dollars? Why do you think some people keep on working even after they earn a million dollars? Why do you think people in the past used certain items such as cowrie shells and wampum as money? Why do you think people in the past used certain items such as cowrie shells and wampum as money? Home

29 Words to Know amount amount earned earned interest interest thousand thousand worth worth check expensive million value

30 More Words to Know afford afford feat feat

31 amount the total sum

32 check a written order directing a bank to pay money to the person named

33 earned got money in return for work or service

34 expensive costing a lot of money

35 interest the money paid for the use of someone else’s money

36 million one thousand thousands; 1,000,000

37 thousand ten hundreds; 1,000

38 value the real worth of something in money

39 worth equal in value to

40 Sherry wanted to pay the full amount when she bought her house.

41 Rachel wrote a check to pay the bills.

42 Having one million dollars would make me wealthy.

43 Holly bought an expensive dress to wear to the dance.

44 How much is your house worth?

45 Some computers cost one thousand dollars.

46 Fran borrowed money from the bank on interest.

47 I earned fifty dollars by mowing two lawns.

48 The value of a dollar is 100 cents.

49 Let’s review our words. Watch carefully because they will flash on the screen for just a moment.

50 amount

51 check

52 earned

53 expensive

54 interest

55 million

56 thousand

57 value

58 worth Home

59 Review Questions p One nickel is worth the same as what? 2. How much is one quarter worth? 3. How many quarters does it take to make one dollar? 4. How many pennies in one dollar? 5. What is interest? 6. How many ways could you make five dollars using bills? 7. Which is worth more one ten dollar bill or ten one dollar bill? Home

60 Review Questions p How tall would ten dollars be if you had it in 40 quarters? 2. Why is having a check helpful? 3. Is borrowing money from the bank a good or bad thing to do? 4. Do you think enjoying your work is more important than money? Why? Home

61 Can you figure out the author's purpose? Can you figure out the author's purpose?

62 GREAT JOB!

63 What’s RealWhat’s Not Name: __________________Date:___________#: _____ Story Title: __________________________________________________________

64 deceivingangriesthurriedlargest fittedflattestbehavedbabysitting ripertardierquittingsorrier


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