Presentation on theme: "J UAN V ERDADES T HE M AN W HO C OULDN ’ T T ELL A L IE Lesson 19 Day 1."— Presentation transcript:
J UAN V ERDADES T HE M AN W HO C OULDN ’ T T ELL A L IE Lesson 19 Day 1
Q UESTION OF T HE D AY What is another story in which the theme is the importance of honesty?
R EAD A LOUD : L ISTENING C OMPREHENSION Today I will read a piece of a folktale from Mexico called “The Emperor and the Peasant Boy”. Remember: Folktales are * stories that were originally passed down orally, not written down * often teach a lesson or a moral * reflect the customs and beliefs of a culture. One Purpose for listening is to find out what lesson the folktale teaches.
Monitoring Comprehension: Self-Correct ** Readers sometimes misread words, which causes the reader to not understand what they are reading. Sometimes readers may mispronounce a word. Other times a reader may think of the wrong word for a multiple-meaning word. **GOOD READERS pause to SELF-CORRECT and clear up their confusion or misunderstanding.
Practice Self- Correction: A reader may stumble on the word mackinaw and read it as macow by mistake. A macow is a tropical bird and that would not make sense in this sentence. The reader should self- correct by slowly rereading the word mackinaw, and then use a dictionary or context clues to figure out the meaning of the word.
If you waited anxiously for something, you worried about how it would turn out. You see someone looking anxiously at the clock. What might be the reason?
Something magnificent is very beautiful and impressive. What view would be more magnificent, the view from under your bed or the view from the top of a mountain?
If you insisted on something, you said it very firmly and you refused to change your mind. If your parents insisted that you go somewhere, would they expect you to go there? Explain.
Something that has been declared has been announced in a clear way. Would you be surprised if someone declared something that he wanted to keep secret? Explain.
When you do something confidently, you are sure about what you are doing. When you walk confidently into a room, do you feel scared? Why or why not?
Someone who is distressed feels very sad and helpless. Would you expect someone who is feeling distressed to whistle a cheerful song? Why or why not?
If someone gloated, he or she bragged about something in a mean way. If a player on the opposing team gloated about winning a game, how would you feel?
D ECODING /W ORD A TTACK S PELLING W ORDS The endings –s and –es from plural nouns and change verb tenses The ending –es is added to words that end in sh, ch, ss, s, x or z. The ending –es forms its own syllable when it follows a consonant. In words that end in consonant-plus-y, the y changes to i when adding –es. Although, the spelling changes, the vowel sound stays the same.
S PELLING W ORDS - I RREGULAR PLURAL AND P OSSESSIVE F ORMS babies’ baby’s child’s children classes’ class’s sheep feet elk fish fishes’ goose’s geese jeans mouse’s mice teeth women woman’s moose Challenge Words: crossroads family’s headquarters person’s people’s
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