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1 Author: Ken Mochizuki r: Genre: Biography Big Question: Why do we help others even if there are risks?

2 Small Group Timer

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

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5 staffs ourselves pants scissors loaves volcanoes chiefs buffaloes flamingos beliefs echoes shelves quizzes sheriffs dominoes thieves measles avocados chefs pianos bailiffs wharves mosquitoes armadillos desperadoes

6 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

7 Vocabulary Words agreement cable diplomat issue refugees representatives superiors visa Hanukkah Nazis Soviets poses officers hiding Vocabulary WordsMore Words to Know

8 Question of the Day Why do we help others even if there are risks?

9 Today we will learn about: Build Concepts Author’s Purpose Monitor and Fix Up Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Model Tone of Voice Grammar: Possessive Nouns Spelling: Irregular Plurals Taking Risks

10 Fluency Model Tone of Voice

11 Fluency: Model Tone of Voice Listen as I read “Number the Stars.” As I read, notice how I use my tone of voice to model reading with expression that conveys the feelings of fear, anger, and relief in the story. Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

12 Fluency: Model Tone of Voice Is the author writing to entertain, to inform, to persuade, or to express her opinion? What happened before Papa gave the photographs to the German officers?

13 Concept Vocabulary

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

16 War Time CourageDanger Taking Risks

17 Author’s Purpose, Monitor/Fix Up Turn to page

18 Prior Knowledge What do you know about the Holocaust? K (What do you know?) W (What would you like to learn?) L (What did you learn?)

19 Prior Knowledge This week’s audio builds background about World War II. You will find out how Hiroki Sugihara’s father helped Jewish refugees escape from Lithuania during World Ward II. After you listen, we will discuss what you found out and what surprised you most about the selection.

20 Vocabulary Words

21 Vocabulary: Word Rating Chart WordKnowHave SeenDon’t Know agreement cable diplomat issue refugees representatives superiors visa

22 Vocabulary Words

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25 More Words to Know

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27 cable

28 refugees

29 representatives

30 visa

31 Hanukkah

32 Nazis

33 Grammar Possessive Nouns

34 the childrens eyes was sad The children’s eyes were sad. them fled from the nazis They fled from the Nazis.

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36 A possessive noun shows ownership. A singular possessive noun shows that one person, place, or thing has or owns something. A plural possessive noun shows that more than one person, place, or thing has or owns something.

37 To make a singular noun show possession, add an apostrophe and –s. the baby’s crib To make a plural noun that ends in –s show possession, add an apostrophe the soldiers’ uniforms

38 To make a plural noun that does not end in –s show possession, add an apostrophe and –s. the men’s shoes

39 family family’s brother brother’s suitcase suitcase’s child child’s government government’s pen pen’s

40 train train’s tree tree’s woman woman’s refugee refugee’s families families’ brothers brothers’

41 suitcases suitcases’ children children’s governments governments’ pen pens’ trains trains’ trees trees’

42 women women’s refugees refugees’

43 A (pen’s, pens’) point can be sharp. pen’s This (author’s, authors’) story is powerful. author’s

44 The (Nazi’s, Nazis’) goal was to destroy or drive out all Jews. Nazis’ Most (refugee’s, refugees’) stories were heartbreaking. refugees’

45 A Japanese (family’s, families’) compassion saved many lives. family’s

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47 staffs ourselves pants scissors loaves volcanoes chiefs buffaloes flamingos beliefs echoes shelves quizzes sheriffs dominoes thieves measles avocados chefs pianos bailiffs wharves mosquitoes armadillos desperadoes

48 Question of the Day Why did Mr. Sugihara ask the family members what he should do?

49 Today we will learn about: Author’s Purpose Dictionary/Glossary Sequence Vocabulary Fluency: Choral Reading Grammar: Possessive Nouns Spelling: Irregular Plurals Social Studies: World War II Taking Risks

50 Vocabulary Strategy: Dictionary/Glossary

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52 Fluency Choral Reading

53 Fluency: Choral Reading Turn to page 169. As I read, notice how I pause at dashes and change the expressiveness of my voice for the different characters. We will practice as a class doing three choral readings of this page.

54 Grammar Possessive Nouns

55 the many travelers belongings were left behine The many travelers’ belongings were left behind. thay could not save theirself They could not save themselves.

56 Singular possessive nouns show that one person, place, or thing has or owns something. Add an apostrophe and –s to form singular possessive nouns.

57 Plural possessive nouns show that more than one person, place, or thing has or owns something. Add an apostrophe to a plural noun ending in –s to form the possessive. If the plural noun does not end in –s, add an apostrophe and –s.

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59 staffs ourselves pants scissors loaves volcanoes chiefs buffaloes flamingos beliefs echoes shelves quizzes sheriffs dominoes thieves measles avocados chefs pianos bailiffs wharves mosquitoes armadillos desperadoes

60 Question of the Day Why was Mr. Sugihara’s help to the refugees so important?

61 Today we will learn about: Author’s Purpose Monitor and Fix Up Vocabulary Fluency: Model Tone of Voice Grammar: Possessive Nouns Spelling: Irregular Plurals Social Studies: Diplomacy Taking Risks

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63 Fluency Model Tone of Voice

64 Fluency: Model Tone of Voice Turn to page 173, first four paragraphs. As I read, notice how I pause at commas and how my voice changes when I read questions. Now we will practice together as a class by doing three choral readings of these paragraphs.

65 Grammar Possessive Nouns

66 two mens’ clothing stores had its windows broken Two men’s clothing stores had their windows broken. brave citizens hided refugees in several house Brave citizens hid refugees in several houses.

67 Singular possessive nouns show that one person, place, or thing has or owns something. Add an apostrophe and –s to form singular possessive nouns.

68 Plural possessive nouns show that more than one person, place, or thing has or owns something. Add an apostrophe to a plural noun ending in –s to form the possessive. If the plural noun does not end in –s, add an apostrophe and –s.

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70 staffs ourselves pants scissors loaves volcanoes chiefs buffaloes flamingos beliefs echoes shelves quizzes sheriffs dominoes thieves measles avocados chefs pianos bailiffs wharves mosquitoes armadillos desperadoes

71 Question of the Day For what possible reasons might someone risk death or bodily injury to help another person?

72 Today we will learn about: Autobiography/Text Features Reading Across Texts Fluency: Partner Reading Grammar: Possessive Nouns Spelling: Irregular Plurals Social Studies: World War II

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74 Fluency Partner Reading

75 Fluency: Partner Reading Turn to page 173, first four paragraphs. Read these paragraphs three times with a partner. Be sure to read with proper expression. Offer each other feedback.

76 Grammar Possessive Nouns

77 the boy had no belt for he pantz The boy had no belt for his pants. if she had a pare of scisors, mama would fix them If she had a pair of scissors, Mama would fix them.

78 Singular possessive nouns show that one person, place, or thing has or owns something. Add an apostrophe and –s to form singular possessive nouns.

79 Plural possessive nouns show that more than one person, place, or thing has or owns something. Add an apostrophe to a plural noun ending in –s to form the possessive. If the plural noun does not end in –s, add an apostrophe and –s.

80 Possessive nouns reduce wordiness so that writing flows more smoothly Wordy: the eyes of my father Not Wordy: my father’s eyes

81 Review something you have written to see if you may be able to improve it by using possessive nouns in place of prepositional phrases.

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83 staffs ourselves pants scissors loaves volcanoes chiefs buffaloes flamingos beliefs echoes shelves quizzes sheriffs dominoes thieves measles avocados chefs pianos bailiffs wharves mosquitoes armadillos desperadoes

84 Question of the Day Why do we help others even if there are risks?

85 Today we will learn about: Build Concept Vocabulary Author’s Purpose Point of View Dictionary/Glossary Grammar: Possessive Nouns Spelling: Irregular Plurals Parts of a Book Taking Risks

86 Author’s Purpose An author may write to persuade, to inform, to entertain, or to express himself or herself. You can infer an author’s purpose from the text features and specific language the author chose.

87 Author’s Purpose Text features Author’s Purpose: persuade inform entertain express Specific language

88 Point of View The author’s point of view is the way an author presents the actions and characters of a story. In Passage to Freedom, Hiraki Sugihara tells the story from a personal, first-person point of view. Identify the point of view of a selection by thinking about who is telling it.

89 Dictionary/Glossary You can use a dictionary or glossary to determine the correct meaning of an unfamiliar word. Some words have more than one meaning. List unfamiliar words from Passage to Freedom and “I Wanted My Mother.” Look up their meanings, and write the definitions that most closely match the meanings in the selections in the chart.

90 Dictionary/Glossary WordBest Dictionary Definition

91 Parts of a Book How do you decide if a particular reference book is appropriate for a research report you are working on? Knowing the parts of a book can help you decide.

92 Parts of a Book A title page gives the title, author, and publisher of the book, and sometimes, the name of the illustrator and date and place of publication. A copyright page tells the year a book was published, who is the copyright holder (having the rights to the text or illustrations), and the publisher.

93 Parts of a Book A table of contents is a list of chapters, articles, or stories in a book. It shows the page on which each chapter or selection begins. A chapter title often appears in both the Table of Contents and at the beginning of each chapter, and tells what the chapter will be about.

94 Parts of a Book A glossary is a list of words at the back of a book. Glossaries contain only words that are found in the book in which they appear. An index is an alphabetical listing of topics covered in a book followed by the page number or numbers where the topic can be found.

95 Parts of a Book An appendix provides more information and is found at the back of some books.

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97 Grammar Possessive Nouns

98 poland was attacked, by the german army Poland was attacked by the German army. Ain’t it a shame people cant’ get along Isn’t it a shame people can’t get along?

99 Singular possessive nouns show that one person, place, or thing has or owns something. Add an apostrophe and –s to form singular possessive nouns.

100 Plural possessive nouns show that more than one person, place, or thing has or owns something. Add an apostrophe to a plural noun ending in –s to form the possessive. If the plural noun does not end in –s, add an apostrophe and –s.

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102 staffs ourselves pants scissors loaves volcanoes chiefs buffaloes flamingos beliefs echoes shelves quizzes sheriffs dominoes thieves measles avocados chefs pianos bailiffs wharves mosquitoes armadillos desperadoes

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