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2 Small Group Timer

3  question  creature  furniture  division  collision  action  direction  culture  vacation  mansion  fiction  feature  sculpture  vision  celebration  fascination  legislature  manufacture  possession  declaration

4 Vocabulary Words More Words to Know  encourages  expression  local  native  settled  social  support  canvas  murals  residents  appreciates  downhearted  pondered

5  Monday Monday  Tuesday Tuesday  Wednesday Wednesday  Thursday Thursday  Friday Friday

6 Question of the Day Why is freedom of expression important?

7  Build Concepts  Fact and Opinion  Answer Questions  Build Background  Vocabulary  Fluency: Reading Silently with Fluency and Accuracy  Grammar: Combining Sentences  Spelling: Words with –tion, -sion, -ture  Freedom of Expression

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9  Listen as I read “Indescribably Arabella” to you.  While I read, notice that I read fluently—like I talk—and I self- correct when I misread a word.  Be ready to answer questions after the story.

10  What is one statement of opinion about Arabella?  What is one statement of fact about Arabella?  When you heard this story, what did you learn about people?

11 TalentGains Setbacks Freedom of Expression

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15  encourages – gives someone courage or confidence; urges on  expression – the act of putting into words or visual medium  local – about a certain place, especially nearby; not far away  native – belonging to someone because of that person’s birth

16  settled – set up the first towns and farms in an area  social – concerned with human beings as a group  support – to help; aid

17  canvas - a type of cloth, often made of cotton canvas  murals – large paintings painted directly on a wallmurals  residents – people who live in a place  appreciates – admires greatly, values

18  downhearted – low in spirit, depressed  pondered – reflected or considered with thought and care  Next slide Next slide

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22  carlos and maria created a mural about they’re culture  Carlos and Maria created a mural about their culture.  the class helped carlos and she with the desine  The class helped Carlos and her with the design.

23  The mural speaks to the school children. It tells them that education is the key to success.  These two sentences could be combined into one sentence.  The mural speaks to the school children and tells them that education is the key to success.

24  When you combine sentences, you join two sentences that are about the same topic. You make them into one sentence.  You can combine two simple sentences and make a compound sentence. Add a comma and a conjunction, such as and, but, or or.

25  Our class will paint a mural. We don’t know when.  Our class will paint a mural, but we don’t know when.

26  You can combine two sentences that have the same subject.  The mural has bright colors. The mural showed many people.  The mural has bright colors and showed many people.

27  You can combine two sentences that have the same predicate.  Michael liked the mural. I liked the mural.  Michael and I liked the mural.

28  Combine each pair of short sentences into a compound sentence. Use a comma and the conjunction in ( ).  People in France explored caves. They found murals.(and)  People in France explored caves, and they found murals.

29  Were the murals painted by modern people? Were they painted by cave people long ago? (or)  Were the murals painted by modern people, or were they painted by cave people long ago?

30  Combine each pair of sentences. Use the underlined words only once in your new sentence.  Horses were painted on the cave murals. Other animals were painted on the cave murals.  Horses and other animals were painted on the cave murals.

31  The cave artists were creative. The cave artists were talented.  The cave artists were creative and talented.

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33  question  creature  furniture  division  collision  action  direction  culture  vacation  mansion  fiction  feature  sculpture  vision  celebration  fascination  legislature  manufacture  possession  declaration

34 Question of the Day What does it mean to have freedom of artistic expression?

35  Syllables –tion, -sion, -ture  Glossary  Fact and Opinion  Answer Question  Main Idea and Details  Develop Vocabulary  Fluency: Silent Reading  Grammar: Combining Sentences  Social Studies: Artists Speak for Their Cultures  Immigrants  Freedom of Expression

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37  Turn to page 344.  Good silent readers read carefully and correct words that they read incorrectly.  As I read, notice how I self- correct when I misread a word.  Now read page 344 silently two times.

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41  the classes paints the mural on a large wal of the sccool  The classes paint the mural on a large wall of the school.  we didnt know what great artests we had  We didn’t know what great artists we had.

42  Combine sentences by joining two sentences about the same topic.  Combine two simple sentences into a compound sentence by adding a comma and a conjunction.

43  Combine two sentences that have the same subject by combining the predicates.  Combine two sentences that have the same predicate by combining the subjects.

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45  question  creature  furniture  division  collision  action  direction  culture  vacation  mansion  fiction  feature  sculpture  vision  celebration  fascination  legislature  manufacture  possession  declaration

46 Question of the Day Why would a community want a mural?

47  Fact and Opinion  Answer Questions  Glossary  Develop Vocabulary  Fluency: Reading Silently with Fluency and Accuracy  Grammar: Combining Sentences  Spelling: Words with –tion, -sion, -ture  Freedom of Speech (Bill of Rights)  Freedom of Expression

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49  Turn to page 347.  A I read, notice how I self- correct words I misread.  Now practice reading this page silently three times. Remember to self-correct when you misread a word.

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52  the class’s mural feachures a celebration, and is painted in bright colors.  The class’s mural features a celebration and is painted in bright colors.  the mural is the most biggest piece of art in the neighbor hood  The mural is the biggest piece of art in the neighborhood.

53  Combining sentences can help writers avoid wordiness caused by repeating subjects and predicates.  Wordy: The artists painted a bright background. The artists drew people at a celebration.  Less Wordy: The artists painted a bright background and people at a celebration.

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55  question  creature  furniture  division  collision  action  direction  culture  vacation  mansion  fiction  feature  sculpture  vision  celebration  fascination  legislature  manufacture  possession  declaration

56 Question of the Day What are some reasons you like to write, scribble, paint, draw, or pretend?

57  Schwa  Poetry/Text Features  Reading Across Texts  Content-Area Vocabulary  Fluency: Choral Reading  Grammar: Combining Sentences  Spelling: Words with –tion, -sion, -ture  Plan a Mural

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59  Turn to page  We will read “Nathaniel’s Rap” together three times.  You should read with rhythm and expression.

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61  carlos begun a sculpchure to go with the mural  Carlos began a sculpture to go with the mural.  he is making it out of clay and he will finish it next tuesday  He is making it out of clay, and he will finish it next Tuesday.

62  You may be asked to identify the correct way to combine two sentences.  Remember that when two simple sentences are made into a compound sentence, a comma must be added before the conjunction.  Commas are not added when two subjects or two predicates are combined.

63  Incorrect: Jay drew and Mary painted. Jay painted the mural, and made a sculpture.  Correct: Jay drew, and Mary painted. Jay painted the mural and made a sculpture.

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65  question  creature  furniture  division  collision  action  direction  culture  vacation  mansion  fiction  feature  sculpture  vision  celebration  fascination  legislature  manufacture  possession  declaration

66 Question of the Day Why is freedom of expression important?

67  Concept Vocabulary  Fact and Opinion  Rhythm/Cadence  Glossary  Grammar: Combining Sentences  Spelling: Words with –tion, -sion, -ture  Reference Sources  Freedom of Expression

68  A statement of fact is something that can be proven to be correct or incorrect.  A statement of opinion gives thoughts or ideas and are not right or wrong.  Even when you read nonfiction, authors sometimes include opinions.

69  Rhythm is the pattern of sounds in speech or writing.  Many poems have an obvious rhythm. However, all writing has rhythm.  To understand a selection’s rhythm, it is best to read aloud.  Use punctuation as a guide as to when to stop, pause, and continue.

70  You can use the glossary at the back of a book to find the meaning of some unfamiliar words.  List any unknown words you found in “Talking Walls” in the chart and look up its definition.

71 WordGlossary Definition

72  Some words, such as painter, refer to visual art.  Let’s look at pictures of other art words.

73 paintingmural sculpture mobile collage ceramics enamel watercoloretching

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75  the mural was a success and the class will paint unother soon  The mural was a success, and the class will paint another soon.  what subjec will they choose for the next mural  What subject will they choose for the next mural?

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77  question  creature  furniture  division  collision  action  direction  culture  vacation  mansion  fiction  feature  sculpture  vision  celebration  fascination  legislature  manufacture  possession  declaration

78  You have learned some common word parts that appear in many different words.  question, vision, culture  How many syllables do you hear in question?  What is the first syllable?  What is the second syllable?  Which syllable have you seen in many other words?  Let’s look at vision and culture.

79  expansion  relationship  signature  comprehension  exhaustion  structure  subtraction  variation  The class got permission to visit the nature center.  We will show our invention at the science convention.  Each storyteller told a different version of the traditional folk tale.  Did you complete the revision of your picture book yet?

80  We studied the schwa sound in unaccented syllables.  Read this sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which words have the schwa sound.

81  A parrot sat on Pirate John’s hat.  Which vowel stands for the schwa sound in parrot?  Which vowel stands for the schwa sound in Pirate?  Does the schwa sound appear in accented or the unaccented syllables?

82  fossil  ketchup  father  Scotland  instant  budget  gather  lion  forest  pedal  shovel  lemon  Ben dreamed he saw a dragon in the kitchen.  We often travel to the beach in August.  Mom’s muffins won a medal at the fair.  My sister and I ate the whole melon.

83  Name some reference sources you are familiar with and tell what kind of information the sources contain.  A telephone directory is a reference that we use often.

84  A telephone directory is a book of telephone numbers for an area. It is organized alphabetically by last name.  The listings in a telephone directory are located in a local area.

85  Some telephone directories have a business listing. It is a separate alphabetical list of businesses in the local area.

86  Many telephone directories have a section called the yellow page. Businesses can advertise in the yellow pages of a telephone directory.

87 Spelling City:  Spelling Words Spelling Words Spelling Words  Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words  Other Vocabulary Words Other Vocabulary Words Other Vocabulary Words

88  Story test › Classroom webpage, › Reading Test  AR › Other Reading Quizzes › Quiz #


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