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1 THEME: Neighborhoods & Communities English Language Art Treasures Unit 2 Week 2 – Home-Grown Butterflies Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1

2 Strong Paragraphs: Replacing Telling with Showing Showing is a writer’s ability to use precise observations, descriptive details, and expressive language to communicate emotion, evoke images, and present evidence. Showing is describing so that the readers know and understand, without you having to tell them what is going on. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Writing W3.1.1 Create a single paragraph. Develop a topic sentence. Include supporting facts and details.

3 Strong Paragraphs: Replacing Telling with Showing Today, we are going to compare a piece of writing that “shows” to a piece that only “tells”. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Writing W3.1.1 Create a single paragraph. Develop a topic sentence. Include supporting facts and details.

4 Strong Paragraphs: Replacing Telling with Showing A wolf came to town and saw animals reading. He tried to scare them, but the animals liked their books too much to be distracted by him. The wolf decided to go to school to learn how to read. He practiced a lot and read a book to the farm animals. He made friends with the animals. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Writing W3.1.1 Create a single paragraph. Develop a topic sentence. Include supporting facts and details. You have read Wolf! Here is a passage from Wolf! Except I rewrote it by taking out all the showing.

5 Strong Paragraphs: Replacing Telling with Showing Let’s compare that passage to Wolf! By Becky Bloom. How are they different? What makes Wolf! Better? Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Writing W3.1.1 Create a single paragraph. Develop a topic sentence. Include supporting facts and details.

6 Strong Paragraphs: Replacing Telling with Showing C onversation – No. Please write quietly. H elp – Raise your hand if you are stuck or you need help. A ctivity – Write about a time you tried something difficult or challenging. Remember to show, not tell. M ovement – Stay in your seat. P articipation – I know you are on-task if I see you writing quietly. When you are done, go back and proofread using your proofreading marks. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Writing W3.1.1 Create a single paragraph. Develop a topic sentence. Include supporting facts and details.

7 Daily Language Activities 1.Do seels live in the Zoo? 2.what a scary Wolf I saw! 3.the movie about foxes is on Friday. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Writing LC3.1.1 Use complete declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences.

8 Grammar: Singular and Plural Nouns Singular nouns Names one person, place, or thing. Can be compound words. Plural nouns Names more than one person, place, or thing. Add –s to form the plural of most singular nouns. Add –es if the singular nouns ends in s, ch, sh, or x Can be compound words. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Writing LC3.1.3 Understand and use complete declarative, interogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences.

9 Grammar: Singular and Plural Nouns Singular nouns FriendWishGrandmotherwristwatch Plural nouns Friends Wishes Grandmothers wristwatches Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Writing LC3.1.3 Understand and use complete declarative, interogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences.

10 Focus Question: Butterflies are born on their own in nature. How can people help them grow? Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Oral Language

11 “ The Sure-Footed Shoe Finder ” Genre: Nonfiction Article A nonfiction article presents facts about a topic. The purpose of a nonfiction article is to inform the reader about real people, places, and things. Nonfiction articles may include quotes from people interviewed who are experts on the topic. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Oral Language R3.3.1 Distinguish common forms of literature.

12 Vocabulary PursuitElusive Field guide Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Oral Language R1.4 Vocabulary – Use antonyms, synonyms to determine meanings.

13 Listen for a Purpose Listen carefully to “Chasing Butterflies”. Listen for the vocabulary words (pursuit, elusive, field guide). Ask questions in your head and be prepared to share using this sentence frame: “I wonder…” Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Oral Language RC2.0 Reading comprehension.

14 Build Background Page A farmer’s market is where local farmers come to sell their produce. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Oral Language RC2.0 Reading Comprehension.

15 local Business produce

16 On-Demand Writing Write in your Writer’s Notebook about local businesses in our community. Write as much as you can for 8 minutes. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Oral Language WS1.1 Write a single paragraph. Develop a topic sentence.

17 Big Idea Communities form businesses around local needs. How do local businesses help a neighborhood and a community? What local businesses are in your neighborhood? Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Oral Language RC2.0 Reading Comprehension. Let’s write the Big Idea in our Unit Theme Foldables. Add details as you continue reading this week.

18 Lesson Vocabulary DisappearProtectHarmingSupplyCaptureenclosure Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Word Study R1.4 Vocabulary – Use antonyms, synonyms to determine meanings.

19 Lesson Vocabulary Let’s do Practice Book, page 83. We will do a little bit and finish the rest during IWT. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Word Study R1.4 Vocabulary – Use antonyms, synonyms to determine meanings.

20 Academic Vocabulary Multiple- meaning Draw conclusions sequenceNonfictionpersonification Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Word Study RC2.0 Reading Comprehension.

21 Strategy: Dictionary and Multiple-Meaning Words M&M has more than one meaning. If you can’t figure out the meaning of the word by using word parts or context clues, you can look up the word in a dictionary. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Word Study R3.1.8 Use knowledge of prefixes to determine meanings of words. Let’s find the word enclosure in the dictionary.

22 Spelling Pretest C onversation – No. Please spell quietly. H elp – Raise your hand if you don’t understand the word or did not hear it. A ctivity – Spell the words correctly on your list. M ovement – Stay in your seat. P articipation – I know you are on-task if I see you writing quietly. When you are done, thumbs up to show that you are ready for the next word. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Word Study LC Spell correctly one-syllable words.

23 Spelling Practice Strategy LOOK at the word. SAY the word aloud. STUDY the letters in the word. WRITE the word. CHECK the word. Did you spell the word right? If not, go back to step 1. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Word Study LC Spell correctly one-syllable words.

24 Spelling Let’s do Practice Book, page 89. We will do a little and finish the rest during IWT. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Word Study LC Spell correctly one-syllable words.

25 Purpose for Reading “Save Our Butterflies”, page What are some new things we can learn from this selection? Look for clues, such as multiple- meaning words, to help you find the meanings of highlighted words. You will read these words again in Home-Grown Butterflies. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Reading RC2.0 Reading Comprehension.

26 Reread for Comprehension Strategy: Monitor Comprehension Skills: Draw Conclusions Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Reading RC2.0 Reading Comprehension.

27 Strategy: Monitor Comprehension Monitor comprehension is checking for understanding as you read. Why is it important? Good readers monitor their comprehension to make sure they understand what they are reading. This will also help you remember what you read. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Reading R3.2.2 Ask questions and support answers by connecting prior knowledge with literal information found in, and inferred from, the text.

28 Skill: Draw Conclusions Drawing conclusions is using facts, details, and our own experiences to come up with a new understanding. Why is it important? This helps you figure out ideas and information that the author does not tell you directly. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Reading R3.2.2 Ask questions and support answers by connecting prior knowledge with literal information found in, and inferred from, the text.

29 Skill: Draw Conclusions Conclusion Clue Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Reading R3.2.2 Ask questions and support answers by connecting prior knowledge with literal information found in, and inferred from, the text.

30 Skill: Draw Conclusions Let’s do Practice Book, page 84. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Reading R3.2.2 Ask questions and support answers by connecting prior knowledge with literal information found in, and inferred from, the text.

31 Reread for Fluency: Pacing and Phrasing Read slowly and clearly for nonfiction article. Pause at commas and stop at periods. I will be listening for your pacing and phrasing this week. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Oral Language LAS3.1.9 Read prose and poetry aloud with fluency, rhythm, and pace.

32 Focus Question: Butterflies are born on their own in nature. How can people help them grow? Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 1 Oral Language

33 Rotation/Independent Workshop Time (IWT) Students will work independently. By yourself With a partner In a group Or with the teacher. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 2 IWT RC1.0 Reading Comprehension

34 Rotation/Independent Workshop Time (IWT) Green Go Time DO NOT DISTURB THE TEACHER. When you are done, read a book from inside your desk. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 2 IWT RC1.0 Reading Comprehension

35 Rotation/Independent Workshop Time (IWT) MUST DO Practice Book, pages 83, 89, and 84 only. Reread “Save Our Butterflies”, pages Be careful with your pacing and phrasing. Created by Mrs. Ha Corsentino, YES AcademyDay 2 IWT RC1.0 Reading Comprehension


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