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1 Trapped by the Ice! Monday

2 Title Headings Paragraphs Captions Photographs/Illustrations

3 Going West: Children on the Oregon Trial I am going to read aloud a nonfiction article that describes what it was like for pioneers to travel west on the Oregon Trail. Comprehension Skill: Predicting Outcomes What is the topic of this selection? What kind of information does the opening question of this paragraph, What was it like to travel west on the Oregon Trail in 1844? What details support the main idea: There was a lot to keep you busy along the trail?

4 It’s time for... These are words... We use them for... Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

5 barren: having little plant or animal life

6 crevasse: deep hole or crack

7 deserted: empty; not lived in, or having few or no people

8 floes: large sheets of floating ice

9 grueling: very tiring

10 impassable: not able to be crossed or traveled through

11 perilous: very dangerous

12 terrain: land, ground, or earth

13 Trapped by the Ice! Is a true story about a voyage to Antarctica. Trailer: Watch: Behind the News: Antarctica

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15 Text Organization Readers can use text organization to recognize the main ideas in a selection. Features of text organization include title, headings, and illustrations.

16 PB pg. 121 TE pg. 251A

17 You are Great Readers!

18 Trapped by the Ice! Tuesday

19 It’s time for... These are words... We use them for... Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

20 barren: having little plant or animal life

21 crevasse: deep hole or crack

22 deserted: empty; not lived in, or having few or no people

23 VCCV Pattern When you come to an unfamiliar word, one good strategy for decoding is to look for the VCCV syllable pattern. custom

24 Open Syllables go Closed Syllable t

25 person

26 lumber

27 distance

28 welcome

29 ragged

30 landing

31 We Do

32 I Do

33 We Do

34 Homophones Words that sound alike but have different meaning and spellings are called homophones.

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36 You are Great Readers!

37 Trapped by the Ice! Wednesday

38 It’s time for... These are words... We use them for... Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

39 terrain: land, ground, or earth

40 floes: large sheets of floating ice

41 grueling: very tiring

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43 Text Organization Finish “Group Choral Reading the Story” Do AIMS Prep: Text Structures and Features together Find: April 24, 1916 Find where the main idea is: Preparing for the Trip to South Georgia Island

44 You are Great Readers!

45 Trapped by the Ice! Thursday

46 It’s time for... These are words... We use them for... Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

47 impassable: not able to be crossed or traveled through

48 perilous: very dangerous

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52 Read pgs , then play Jeopardy!


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