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1 What is something that you are especially good at? There are some things I am good at and some things that I am not so good at. For example, I ______ well, and I’m especially good at ______. T206

2 Theme 6 Lesson 28 Day 1

3 Genre- Realistic Fiction What’s it called? “New Ears for Ani” What’s the purpose of reading a poem again? To enjoy it! Fluency Tip: Change the pitch and volume of your voice to express the characters’ feelings. Listen for how the character is feeling and thinking. T207

4 T207 Transparency R187 New Ears for Ani Jayda and Ani were talking about the school musical when the bell rang. Tryouts were later in the afternoon, and everyone was excited. “Why don’t you try out for the school musical?” asked Jayda. “I’m going to try out for the role of the hero.” “You’re a better singer than I am, and the hero sings a lot,” said Ani. “Anyway, I can’t try out. I’m too shy.” “But you’re so funny,” said Jayda. “Kate is funnier than I am,” said Ani. “She’s going to try out for the carnival announcer. The announcer is supposed to be really funny.”

5 T207 Transparency R187 Later that day, Ani watched from the back of the auditorium while her friends tried out for the musical. She wished she could sing like Jayda or be confident enough to tell jokes like Kate. “Great job, everyone,” said Mrs. turner. “What we need now is someone to play the shy rabbit, but there’s no one left to audition.” She turned and saw Ani. “Excuse me. You, in the back of the auditorium,” she called. “How would you like to wear these rabbit ears?” Ani smiled and walked to the stage.

6 1. What’s Ani’s problem? 2. What do you think will happen? T207

7 T30 Suffixes –able, -ible, -less, -ous Suffixes are added to the end of a word. Recognizing suffixes in words can help readers pronounce and understand words. Open your book to pg Read along with me the information about suffixes. T210

8 doable famous careless various endless reliable nervous useless T31 flexible washable helpless terrible valuable dangerous powerless suitable restlessly countless responsible remarkable

9 T211 Good readers make predictions about what happens in the story. Prior knowledge- what someone already knows about a topic or situation- helps readers make predictions. Making and checking predictions helps readers keep track of what is happening in a story.

10 Listen as I read pg. 304 of Charlotte’s Web. What I Read Prior Knowledge My Prediction What Happened As I read, I find that Wilbur wants to make a spider web. I already know that Wilbur is a pig, and I also know that pigs cannot make spider webs. My prediction is that Wilbur will not be able to make a web. As I read on, I will see if my predictions are correct.

11 Today you will hear a biography about the life of a famous person named Benjamin Franklin. What other biographies have you read? T212

12 Biographies give details and facts about the life of a real person. Facts are usually written in sequential order. T216 As you listen, make predictions about Benjamin Franklin. Listen for clues about his contributions to the world.

13 1. How did the title of help you predict that Benjamin Franklin would make many different important contributions to the world? 2. How can you tell that “The Many Lives of Benjamin Franklin” is a biography? It tells about a real person. It tells facts about his life in time order. It tells about his achievements. 3. Did you enjoy the biography? Why or why not? T212

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15 humor When you have a sense of humor, it means that you enjoy telling and hearing about things that are funny. humor As Benjamin Franklin grew, his curiosity, his sense of humor, and his brilliant mind turned him into a man with many lives. The word is… humor What is the word? humor humor If you have a sense of humor, do you laugh a lot or cry a lot? T213

16 abroad If you go abroad, you go overseas to a different country. abroad Benjamin Franklin had served abroad long enough. The word is… abroad What is the word? abroad If your older sister studied abroad, did she study in another city or another country? T213

17 Preparation Preparation is everything you do to get ready for something. preparation The chef checked the ingredients of the recipe in preparation for cooking it. The word is… preparation What is the word? preparation preparation What do you need to do in preparation for a vacation? T213

18 A gimmick A gimmick is a trick or a way to grab a person’s attention. gimmick The magician’s gimmick was to use special magic words to perform his trick. The word is… gimmick What is the word? gimmick What gimmick might a car salesman use to get people to buy a car? T213

19 sprinkled Something that has been sprinkled has had tiny pieces or drops of something scattered all over it. sprinkled Alex sprinkled glitter on his project. The word is… sprinkled What is the word? sprinkled sprinkled What other kinds of things could Alex have sprinkled on his project? T213

20 expand When things expand, they get bigger. expand If you put a full water bottle in the freezer it will expand. The word is… expand What is the word? expand How can you expand your prior knowledge? T213

21 erupts Something that erupts, breaks out of something that holds it. erupt A volcano might erupt under the right conditions. The word is… erupt What is the word? erupt erupt erupt Have you ever seen toothpaste erupt from a tube or soda erupt from it’s bottle? T213

22 thorough If you do something in a thorough way, you do a careful and complete job. thorough The doctor did a thorough examination of his patient. The word is… thorough What is the word? thorough thorough Why is it important to do a thorough job on your homework? T213

23 Deliberation Deliberation is thought and discussion that comes before making a decision. deliberation about the winner of the science fair was The judges’ deliberation about the winner of the science fair was long and difficult because of all the great projects. The word is… deliberation What is the word? deliberation deliberation? What situations might a team need to spend time in deliberation? T213

24 grainy If something is grainy, it is not smooth but has many small, hard pieces. grainy The grainy beach felt good on my feet. The word is… grainy What is the word? grainy grainy What can you add to plain vanilla ice cream to make it grainy? T213

25 sprinkled– Something that has been sprinkled has had tiny pieces or drops of something scattered all over it. grainy– If something is grainy, it is not smooth but has many small, hard pieces. expand– When things expand, they get bigger. humor– When you have a sense of humor, it means you enjoy telling and hearing about things that are funny. erupt– Something that erupts breaks out of something that holds it. abroad– If you go abroad, you go overseas to a different country. thorough– If you do something in a thorough way, you do a careful and complete job. preparation– Preparation is everything you do to get ready for something. deliberation– Deliberation is thought and discussion that comes before making a decision. gimmick– A gimmick is a trick or a way to grab people’s attention.

26 DOL 1.they’s working together 2.itw’ll be a good show T36

27 Contractions are two or more words shortened into one. When you make a contraction you drop a letter or letters and use an apostrophe instead. Remember that subject pronouns are words that identify the subject of a sentence, such as I, you, he, she, it, we, and they. Subject pronoun contractions combine and shortens a subject pronoun and its verb. T 36 T214

28 We’re handing out stickers. we’re = we + are Notice that the a in are has been dropped and replaced by an apostrophe. T214

29 Read the sentence below. How do you write a contraction for the underlined words? She will probably win the talent show. She’ll T214

30 Combine the underlined words in each sentence to make contractions. 1.They have done a lot of preparation. 2.She is really nervous about the science fair. 3.You are going to win first place. 4.It is the most exciting project! 5.We had done everything we could to win the game. T214

31 Check your work. 1.They’ve done a lot of preparation. 2.She’s really nervous about the science fair. 3.You’re going to win first place. 4.It’s the most exciting project! 5.We’d one everything we could to win the game. T214


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