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1 Author: Brian Selznick Genre: Historical Fiction Big Question: Can you always believe what you see?

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3 Story Sort Story Sort VocabularyWords Vocabulary Words:  Arcade Games Arcade Games Arcade Games  Study Stack Study Stack Study Stack  Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Vocabulary  Spelling City: Spelling Words Spelling City: Spelling Words Spelling City: Spelling Words

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5 don’t won’t wouldn’t there’s we’re you’re doesn’t I’ve here’s wasn’t shouldn’t couldn’t where’s hadn’t aren’t they’re it’s we’ve when’s haven’t it’ll who’ll might’ve mustn’t we’d

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7  appeared  bustling  crumbled  escape  magician  monument  vanished  engraved  unexplainable  invisible  pretending  judge Vocabulary Words More Words to Know

8 Question of the Day Can you always believe what you see?

9  Build Concepts  Compare and Contrast  Predict  Build Background  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Emotion  Grammar: Singular and Plural Pronouns  Spelling: Contractions  Perception

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11  Listen as I read “The Emperor’s New Clothes.”  As I read, notice how I use emphasis, pauses, pitch, and tone of voice to convey characters’ emotions and make the story more enjoyable.  Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

12  How is the child different from the other characters in the story?  How is the emperor at the beginning of the story the same and different by the end of the story?

13  invisible – no visible; not capable of being seen  pretending – making believe  judge – form an opinion or estimate about

14 (To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.)

15 MindSight Perception

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17 Magic TricksHow They’re Done

18  This week’s audio explores illusions created by a magician. After you listen, we will discuss what you found out and what surprised you most about a magician’s tricks.

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20  appeared – was seen; came in sight  bustling – being noisily busy and in a hurry  crumbled – fell to pieces; decayedcrumbled  escape – to get out and away; to get free  magician – person who entertains by art or skill of creating illusions, especially a sleight of handmagician

21  monument – something set up to honor a person or an event. A monument may be a building, pillar, arch, statue, tomb, or stone. monument  vanished – disappeared, especially suddenly

22  engraved – cut deeply in; carved in; carved in an artistic way engraved  unexplainable – without apparent cause or reason  ( Next Slide ) ( Next Slide )

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28  whens the magic show  When’s the magic show?  bill think its’ at seven oclock  Bill thinks it’s at seven o’clock.

29  Victor and his mother met Harry Houdini. They met him.  The underlined words in sentence 2 are pronouns. They replace the underlined noun phrase and proper noun in sentence 1.  Him is a singular pronoun and they is a plural pronoun.

30  Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns. Pronouns that take the place of singular nouns are singular pronouns.  I, me, he, she, him, her, and it are singular pronouns.  Pronouns that take the place of plural nouns are plural pronouns. We, us, they, and them are plural pronouns.

31  The man met the magicians at the train station.  He met them at the train station.  Always capitalize the singular pronoun I. When you talk about yourself and another person, name yourself last. The pronoun you can be singular or plural.

32  I want to learn more about Harry Houdini.  I I  He was a famous magician.  He  Tell us about Houdini’s tricks.  us

33  Houdini got into a crate and had it lowered into the ocean.  it  People were amazed when they saw Houdini escape.  they  You would enjoy reading about Houdini.  You

34  Mother did not know what to do with Victor. (She, We)  She  Victor was always getting into trouble. (They, He)  He

35  She even had to remind Victor to breathe in the bath. (him, us)  him  Mother and Victor went to see Victor’s Aunt Harriet. (They, He)  They

36  Victor made Aunt Harriet very upset. (her, you)  her  Later, Victor visited the Houdinis at home. (they, them)  them

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39 Question of the Day Why is Houdini able to escape, but Victor cannot?

40  Word Structure: Antonyms and Synonyms  Compare and Contrast  Predict  Context Clues  Vocabulary  Fluency: Echo Reading  Grammar: Singular and Plural Pronouns  Spelling: Contractions  Time for Science: Breathing  Perception

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44  Turn to page 402, paragraphs 2-3.  As I read, notice how I express Victor’s excitement and impatience.  We will practice as a class doing three echo readings of this paragraph.

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46  he pulled a rabbit out of a hat and then putted them back again  He pulled a rabbit out of a hat and then put it back again.  harry houdini perform on stage, she also performed in movies  Harry Houdini performed on stage. He also performed in movies.

47  Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns.  Pronouns that take the place of singular nouns are singular pronouns. I, me, he, she, him, her, and it are singular pronouns.

48  Pronouns that take the place of plural nouns are plural pronouns. We, us, they, and them are plural pronouns.  You can be used as both a singular and a plural pronoun.

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50 don’t won’t wouldn’t there’s we’re you’re doesn’t I’ve here’s wasn’t shouldn’t couldn’t where’s hadn’t aren’t they’re it’s we’ve when’s haven’t it’ll who’ll might’ve mustn’t we’d

51 Question of the Day Why do people enjoy doing and watching magic tricks so much?

52  Compare and Contrast  Confirm Predictions  Word Structure: Antonyms and Synonyms  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Emotion  Grammar: Singular and Plural Pronouns  Spelling: Contractions  Time for Science: Illusions  Perception

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55  Turn to page 405, paragraph 1.  As I read, notice how my voice drops with disappointment at the end of the first sentence and the strong emotion in my voice as I read Victor’s vow.  Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings.

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57  people was amazed by houdinis incredible escape’s  People were amazed by Houdini’s incredible escapes.  a century ago he will perform magic on stage. With his wife  A century ago, he performed magic on stage with his wife.

58  Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns.  Pronouns that take the place of singular nouns are singular pronouns. I, me, he, she, him, her, and it are singular pronouns.

59  Pronouns that take the place of plural nouns are plural pronouns. We, us, they, and them are plural pronouns.  You can be used as both a singular and a plural pronoun.

60  Using pronouns can make sentences smoother and less wordy.  Wordy: Dave will show you Dave’s card trick when Dave has learned the card trick.  Not Wordy: Dave will show you his card trick when he has learned it.

61  Review something you have written to see if you can tighten it by replacing any nouns or noun phrases with pronouns.

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64 Question of the Day What are some things you would and wouldn’t like about being an illusionist?

65  Expository Nonfiction  Reading Across Texts  Content-Area Vocabulary  Fluency: Partner Reading  Grammar: Singular and Plural Pronouns  Spelling: Contractions  Science: Dai Vernon

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68  Turn to page 405, paragraph 1.  Read these paragraphs three times with a partner. Be sure to read with emotion and offer each other feedback.

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70  pick a card and tell me what they is  Pick a card and tell me what it is.  i thinks you chosed the ace of spades  I think you chose the ace of spades.

71  Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns.  Pronouns that take the place of singular nouns are singular pronouns. I, me, he, she, him, her, and it are singular pronouns.

72  Pronouns that take the place of plural nouns are plural pronouns. We, us, they, and them are plural pronouns.  You can be used as both a singular and a plural pronoun.

73  Test Tip: If you are writing about yourself and another person and are uncertain about whether to use the pronoun I or me, say the sentence without the other person’s name. The correct form of the pronoun generally becomes clear.

74  Example: He gave the rabbit to John and ____.  He gave the rabbit to I. (That doesn’t sound right.)  He gave the rabbit to me. (That sounds right.)  He gave the rabbit to John and me.

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77 Question of the Day Can you always believe what you see?

78  Compare and Contrast  Steps in a Process  Word Structure: Antonyms and Synonyms  Grammar: Singular and Plural Pronouns  Spelling: Contractions  Instruction Manual  Perception

79  When you compare and contrast, you tell how two or more things are alike and different.  A chart can help you compare and contrast. You can compare and contrast two things you read about or something you read about with something you already know.

80 AlikeDifferent Two things in the test One thing in the text with something I already know

81  Steps in a process are the steps involved in making or doing something. When following the steps to make a craft project, cook a dish, or do a magic trick, it helps to use these strategies:

82  Read all the steps to make sure you understand the process.  Think about the final result.  Look at any illustrations and match them to the written steps.

83  A synonym or antonym may be a context clue you can use to figure out a word’s meaning.  When a sentence includes an antonym, it may also contain a word that shows contrast, such as not or but.

84  Victor was diligent and not at all lazy about learning how to escape.  Victor breathed in, but he had to exhale long before he counted to five thousand.

85  Houdini, the world’s most famous magician, could not remain anonymous in the crowd.  The congested train station was as crowded as he’d ever seen it.

86  Procedures and instructions are directions for using or doing something.  A manual is a written set of instructions, usually published in booklet or book form.  An index or table of contents helps readers find specific information.

87  Step-by-step directions listed in order make it easy for readers to see what to do. Steps are often numbered.  Photos, illustrations, and diagrams make directions clearer and easier to follow.

88  Labels show the working parts readers need to identify.  Warnings tell about special hazards.

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91  i seen a circus performed hang from her teeths  I saw a circus performer hang from her teeth.  has you ever try a magic trick  Have you ever tried a magic trick?

92  Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns.  Pronouns that take the place of singular nouns are singular pronouns. I, me, he, she, him, her, and it are singular pronouns.

93  Pronouns that take the place of plural nouns are plural pronouns. We, us, they, and them are plural pronouns.  You can be used as both a singular and a plural pronoun.

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96  Story test  Classroom webpage,  Reading Test  AR  Other Reading Quizzes  Quiz #


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