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1 Lesson 28 Day 4 “The Science Fair”

2 Question of the Day It is important for you to always try to do your best. Usually this means taking time to do something carefully and correctly. How can you make sure you always do your best? I can help myself do my best by ________________. T252

3 Today’s Read Aloud I am going to read the story, “Who’s Nervous Now?” What kind of stories or poems do you particularly like? Let’s set a purpose for reading… What might the purpose be to read or listen to a story called, “Who’s Nervous Now?” For enjoyment. T253

4 Today’s Read Aloud Listen and follow along with the story and learn how different characters prepare for the same event. T253

5 Who’s Nervous Now? “Did you two choose your music for the piano recital?” asked Mom. “I’ll do it later,” said Nan. She had two whole weeks until the recital. Ned turned the pages of his music books. After much deliberation, he made a decision. “I’m going to start practicing right now,” he said. Nan put off choosing her music. Instead, she spend her time thinking about what other people Transparency R193

6 Who’s Nervous Now? might play, how she should bow after her performance, and whether she should greet the audience with a big or small smile. Meanwhile, Ned worked hard practicing the piece he had chosen. “You’re just practicing so much because you’re Nervous Ned,” said Nan. “I never get nervous.” The day before the recital, Nan chose her music. She began to practice, but the piece was too hard. She chose another piece, and that was hard, too. “Mom,” Nan cried, her stomach full of bubbles, “I have to tell Ms. Prince that I can’t play at the recital. I don’t have time to learn my music!” At the recital, Ned felt confident. When he performed, he had fun and played well. Nan, from her seat in the audience, was surprised. “Wow,” she said. “I guess practice got rid of Nervous Ned!” Transparency R193

7 Today’s Read Aloud Why does Nan wait to prepare for the piano recital? She thinks she has enough time and will not be nervous. Why isn’t Ned nervous at the piano recital? He feels confident because he has practiced hard. T253

8 Review Suffixes: -able, -ible, -less, -ous lawlesslaughable When you encounter long or unfamiliar words, look for word parts you know. Let’s underline the suffixes in the words above. lawless laughable Remember that o, au(gh), aw, and a(l)ough all stand for /o/. T254

9 Review Suffixes: -able, -ible, -less, -ous A suffix is a word part that can be added to the end of a word. Suffixes change the meaning of the words to which they are added. -ous is a frequently used ending that means “full of” and is often used to change a noun into an adjective. T254

10 Review Suffixes: -able, -ible, -less, -ous fame Fame is a noun meaning “the condition of being well-known.” Let’s cross out the final e and add –ous to make famous. Famous is an adjective that means “full of fame” or “having fame.” Ex.She earned fame for her great paintings. Her famous paintings were in a museum. T254

11 Review Suffixes: -able, -ible, -less, -ous courage Courage is a noun meaning “the condition of being without fear.” Let’s add –ous to make courageous. Notice that when there is a soft c or g we do not drop the final e when adding –ous. Courageous is an adjective that means “full of courage” or “having courage.” Ex.Her courage allowed her to walk into the dark cave. His courageous actions made him a hero. T254

12 Review Suffixes: -able, -ible, -less, -ous Remember: A noun names a person, place, thing or idea. An adjective describes a noun. joy What is joy? happiness We can just add the suffix –ous and change the noun joy into the adjective joyous. T254

13 Let’s Practice! What does the word joyous mean? full of joy, or having joy Let’s use the words joy (noun) and joyous (adjective) in sentences. T254

14 Let’s practice! The word mountain is a noun which means a tall hill. What word do we get when we add the suffix –ous to the word mountain? mountainous T254 Let’s make sentences using the noun mountain and the adjective mountainous.

15 Let’s practice! Write each of the following nouns, then add the suffix –ous to the word and write the new word, like we just did for the words joy – joyous and mountain – mountainous. T254 adventure hazard humor poison

16 -ous Are these the words you got? Now, use each noun and adjective in a sentence. T254 NOUN ADJECTIVE adventure adventurous hazard hazardous humor humorous poison poisonous

17 FLUENCY : Intonation Remember, when you read aloud, your voices should rise and fall naturally because this will help listeners understand and enjoy the story. When you read aloud you should always: – Emphasize key words and phrases – Vary your voices to keep readers interested. – Try to speak naturally. T256

18 FLUENCY : Intonation Think Aloud I am going to read a page of “The Science Fair” aloud. While I read, I will let my voice go up and down in volume and pitch so that the sentences make sense. I will read some words more forcefully to let listeners know that those words are more important than others. T256

19 FLUENCY : Intonation Turn to P. 364 of “The Science Fair.” Notice how I used my voice to vary the tone between dialogue and narration. Notice how the clue out of breath tells how to read what Beany says. PARTNER-READ. Now take turns reading the last two paragraphs of page 364. Remember to think about how to use your voices as you read. T256

20 Make Predictions How do readers make predictions? As they read, readers make predictions about characters and events. They think about what they already know about a topic or situation as well as what they learn from reading the story. T257

21 New Ears for Ani Jayda and Ani were talking about the school musical when the bell rang. Try-outs 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 are so funny,” said Jayda. “Kate is funnier than I am,” said Ani. “She’s going to try out for the carnival announcer. T257

22 New Ears for Ani The announcer is supposed to be really funny.” 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 Ms. 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. T257

23 Make Predictions Ani is a shy person. What do you already know about shy people? They are quiet and not very outgoing. Mrs. Turner wants Ani to be the shy rabbit in the musical. What do you already know about how teachers choose people to play parts in a show? They choose kids who are best suited to a particular part. T257

24 Make Predictions Review “The Science Fair”. How is Ani like Beany? They are both nervous and not sure of their own abilities. What do you predict about how Ani and Beany will feel the next time they have to do something that is a little scary? Why? They will not be as nervous because now they feel more confident. T257

25 Cause and Effect : Comprehension A cause, is what makes something happen. An effect is what happens. This is how you can identify causes and effects: Ask a why question to determine a cause. Ask what happened to determine an effect. Look for clue words such as because, as a result, so, for this reason, since, and if……then. T258

26 Cause and Effect: Comprehension Reread pages 374-375 of “Advice from Dr. Fix- It.” What is I.C. Cube worried about in the first e- mail? It cannot stop melting in the sun. Why is I.C. Cube melting? It is in the sun; It is made up of tiny particles that are moving so much that it cannot hold its shape. What clue word for cause and effect is used in Dr. Fix-It’s response to I.C. Cube’s first email? because T258

27 Cause and Effect: Comprehension Independent Practice: Write the cause and effect described in the sentence that contains the clue word because in “Advice from Mr. Fix- It.” Cause: It is made up of tiny particles; Effect: It is melting T258

28 Speaking and Listening You may want to publish your description of events by telling a story. Here are some organizations tips: Organizing Content Write notes on the order of events in your story. Refer to those notes when you get ready to read. Think about any questions your readers might have and include the answers to those questions in your presentation. Underline similies, metaphors, alliteration and onomatopoeia to emphsize those parts in the presentation. T259

29 Speaking StrategiesListening Strategies  Use intonation and volume to create a mood of excitement.  Express your ideas with vivid words.  Listen quietly and respectfully.  Listen for intonation and volume and how they settle the mood of the presentation.  Think of questions to ask after each presentation. T259 Speaking and Listening

30 Robust Vocabulary If people can laugh at themselves even when they make a mistake, do they have a good sense of humor or not? Explain. Why do people like to travel abroad? If you sometimes carry a lot of books to school, should you use a bookbag that can expand? Why or why not? What would you do if you saw water suddenly erupt from a fire hydrant? T260

31 Robust Vocabulary What might happen if people sprinkled water on a big fire? Explain. Why is it difficult to watch a movie when the screen looks grainy? Explain. Does it take much deliberation for you to figure out how to spend your free time? Why or why not? T260

32 Robust Vocabulary What preparation should you make before you bake something? Would you buy a bicycle from a store that used gimmicks to get people to shop there? Why or why not? What might happen if you are not thorough when you read directions to go somewhere? T260

33 Robust Vocabulary Three of the words in the concept box above are related to the vocabulary word, humor, and one is not. Which one is not? Chores is not, it has to do with work, not someone’s sense of humor like the other words. T261

34 Robust Vocabulary Now, working in your groups, think of word clues you can use to make concept boxes for three other vocabulary words. Then, you will exchange your boxes with another group and cross out the words that do not belong. Finally, you will think of words to replace the crossed out words T261

35 Grammar Daily Proofreading 1. pat wont never go there. Pat won’t ever go there. 2. He didn’t eat no breakfast. He didn’t eat any breakfast. T262

36 Grammar Contractions Contractions are a way to combine two or more words by replacing letters with an apostrophe. A contraction does not change the meaning of the combined words. Remember:  Subject pronoun contractions combine a subject pronoun and a verb, such as they’re, she’s and you’ve.  Negative verb contractions combine a verb and the word not, such as didn’t, can’t and wouldn’t. T262

37 Grammar Contractions  Negative verb contractions should not be used in the same sentence with other negatives. Double negatives, for example, she doesn’t like no noisy people, are never correct. T262

38 Grammar Contractions They have played ball in the house. They cannot play ball in the house. Which words in the sentences above can be made into contractions? They have; cannot Rewrite the first sentence above with a subject contraction. They’ve played ball in the house. T262

39 Grammar Contractions They cannot play ball in the house. Rewrite the sentence above with a negative verb contraction. They can’t play ball in the house. Now rewrite the following sentence to avoid the double negative. I didn’t find no ball. I didn’t find a ball.. T262

40 Grammar Contractions Work with a partner to write four sentences about a boy who loses his hat. Use two subject pronoun contractions and two negative verb contractions. Remember not to use double negatives. T262

41 Writing Description Includes a topic sentence Tells what is being described Shows excitement about the event Uses details to show what made the event exciting and memorable Uses strong, specific language that appeals to the senses. Includes a closing paragraph that tells what the event means to the author. T263


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