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1 Title Title: Volcanoes, Nature’s Incredible Fireworks Author Author: David L. Harrison Genre Genre: Expository Nonfiction

2 Small Group Timer

3 Spelling Words  thumb  gnaw  written  know  climb  design  wrist  crumb  assign  wrench  knot  wrinkle  lamb  knob  knit  wrestler  bologna  cologne  honeycomb  knickknack

4 Vocabulary Words More Words to Know  beneath  buried  chimney  earthquakes  fireworks  force  trembles  volcanoes  crevice  collide  lava  authorities  debris  evacuate

5 Big Question: How can people use a scientific understanding of nature to protect themselves from natural disasters?  Monday Monday  Tuesday Tuesday  Wednesday Wednesday  Thursday Thursday  Friday Friday

6 Monday Question of the Day How can people use a scientific understanding of nature to protect themselves from natural disasters?

7 Today we will learn about:  Build Concepts  Compare and Contrast  Monitor and Fix Up  Build Background  Vocabulary  Fluency: Silent Reading  Irregular Verbs  Words with wr, kn, mb, gn  Surviving Natural Disasters

8 Monday Fluency: Read Silently

9 Fluency: Read Silently  Listen as I read “Hurricane.”  As I read, notice how I read with accuracy and self-correct when I misread.  You should use the same strategy when you read silently.  Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

10 Fluency: Read Silently  How does the information in the selection compare to what you already knew about hurricanes?  Name the main idea and one supporting detail.

11 Build Concepts Build Concepts authorities, debris, evacuate What to Do Dangers What/What Helps Surviving Natural Disasters

12 Monday Compare and Contrast Pages

13 Volcanoes Facts I Know About VolcanoesQuestions I Have About Volcanoes Prior Knowledge Think about as many ideas as you can for each category.

14 Vocabulary: Word Rating Chart WordKnowHave SeenDon’t Know beneath buried chimney earthquakes fireworks force trembles volcanoes

15  beneath – in a lower place; under; below  buried –covered up; hidden  chimney - a tall, hollow column, usually made of brick, to carry away smoke from a fireplace or furnacechimney Vocabulary Words

16  earthquakes – violent shaking or shifting motion of the ground caused by the sudden movement of rock far beneath Earth’s surfaceearthquakes  fireworks – firecrackers and other things that make a loud noise or go up high in the air and burst in a shower of stars and sparksfireworks Vocabulary Words

17  force – power; strength  trembles – moves with a quick shaking motion  volcanoes – hills or mountains built up by lava and ash around an opening in Earth’s crustvolcanoes Vocabulary Words

18  crevice – a crack in Earth’s surfacecrevice  collide –to crash into one anothercollide  lava – hot, melted rock that flows onto Earth’s surface from deep inside Earthlava Other Vocabulary Words

19  authorities – the officials in control  debris – scattered pieces or bits of something that has been torn down or blown updebris  evacuate – to get everyone out of a dangerous place or situationevacuate  Next slide Next slide Other Vocabulary Words

20 chimney

21 earthquakes

22 fireworks

23 volcanoes

24 crevice

25 collide

26 lava

27 debris

28 evacuate

29 Monday Grammar: Irregular Verbs

30  did you now there is a big volcano in washington  Did you know there is a big volcano in Washington?  i seen a picture of its steam and ashs  I saw a picture of its steam and ashes.

31 Irregular Verbs  Two plates crashed. They sent tremors called earthquakes through the ground.  Crashed is a regular verb because it forms its past tense by adding – ed.  Sent is an irregular verb because it does not follow this rule.

32 Irregular Verbs  Usually you add –ed to a verb to show past tense.  Irregular verbs do not follow this rule.  Instead of having –ed forms to show past tense, irregular verbs change to other words.

33 Irregular Verbs  Here are some examples. Use the special past forms in the third column of the chart only with these helping verbs.

34 Irregular Verbs Present Tense Past TensePast with has, have, or had begin began (has, have, had) begun do did (has, have, had) done find found (has, have, had) found give gave (has, have, had) given go went (has, have, had) gone run ran (has, have, had) run see saw (has, have, had) seen take took (has, have, had) taken think thought (has, have, had) thought wear wore (has, have, had) worn

35 Irregular Verbs Choose the correct form of the irregular verb in ( ) for each sentence.  That island (begun, began) as a volcano.  began  Lava has (run, ran) into the ocean.  run  We have (taken, took) a trip to that island.  taken

36 Irregular Verbs Choose the correct form of the irregular verb in ( ) for each sentence.  We have (see) ash come out of the volcano.  seen  We (find) small volcanic rocks.  found  We have (go) to the top of the volcano.  gone

37 Monday Spelling: Words with wr, kn, mb, gn

38 Spelling Words  thumb  gnaw  written  know  climb  design  wrist  crumb  assign  wrench  knot  wrinkle  lamb  knob  knit  wrestler  bologna  cologne  honeycomb  knickknack

39 Tuesday Question of the Day Describe two kinds of volcanoes and tell what they look like when they are erupting.

40 Today we will learn about:  Silent Consonants  Dictionary  Compare and Contrast  Develop Vocabulary  Fluency: Silent Reading  Irregular Verbs  Words with wr, kn, mb, gn  Make a Model  Surviving Natural Disasters

41 Tuesday Dictionary Pages

42 Tuesday Volcanoes Pages

43 Tuesday Fluency: Read Silently

44 Fluency: Silent Reading  Turn to page 386.  As I read, notice how I read with accuracy.  Practice reading page 386 silently three times.  Be sure to self-correct when you misread.

45 Tuesday Grammar: Irregular Verbs

46  mr patricks class was assined a report on mount st helens  Mr. Patrick’s class was assigned a report on Mount St. Helens.  sharon and juan has began their reports  Sharon and Juan have begun their reports.

47 Irregular Verbs  Usually you add –ed to a verb to show past tense.  Irregular verbs do not follow this rule.  Instead of having –ed forms to show past tense, irregular verbs change to other words.

48 Irregular Verbs Present Tense Past TensePast with has, have, or had begin began (has, have, had) begun do did (has, have, had) done find found (has, have, had) found give gave (has, have, had) given go went (has, have, had) gone run ran (has, have, had) run see saw (has, have, had) seen take took (has, have, had) taken think thought (has, have, had) thought wear wore (has, have, had) worn

49 Tuesday Spelling: Words with wr, kn, mb, gn

50 Spelling Words  thumb  gnaw  written  know  climb  design  wrist  crumb  assign  wrench  knot  wrinkle  lamb  knob  knit  wrestler  bologna  cologne  honeycomb  knickknack

51 Wednesday Question of the Day What happens when a volcano is “sleeping”?

52 Today we will learn about:  Monitor and Fix Up  Author’s Purpose  Develop Vocabulary  Fluency: Silent Reading  Irregular Verbs  Words with wr, kn, mb, gn  Changes in Landforms  Surviving Natural Disasters

53 Wednesday Volcanoes Pages

54 Wednesday Fluency: Read Silently

55 Fluency: Silent Reading  Turn to page 389.  As I read, notice how I read with accuracy.  Practice reading page 389 silently three times.  Be sure to self-correct when you misread.

56 Wednesday Grammar: Irregular Verbs

57  thomas seen a mountan in hawaii and it was a volcano  Thomas saw a mountain in Hawaii, and it was a volcano.  last year he and his Family walks on hard lava  Last year he and his family walked on hard lava.

58 Irregular Verbs  Usually you add –ed to a verb to show past tense.  Irregular verbs do not follow this rule.  Instead of having –ed forms to show past tense, irregular verbs change to other words.

59 Irregular Verbs Present Tense Past TensePast with has, have, or had begin began (has, have, had) begun do did (has, have, had) done find found (has, have, had) found give gave (has, have, had) given go went (has, have, had) gone run ran (has, have, had) run see saw (has, have, had) seen take took (has, have, had) taken think thought (has, have, had) thought wear wore (has, have, had) worn

60 Irregular Verbs  Using a variety of verbs makes writing lively.  Some verbs that writers use are irregular verbs.  I found hard lava and took photographs.

61 Wednesday Spelling: Words with wr, kn, mb, gn

62 Spelling Words  thumb  gnaw  written  know  climb  design  wrist  crumb  assign  wrench  knot  wrinkle  lamb  knob  knit  wrestler  bologna  cologne  honeycomb  knickknack

63 Thursday Question of the Day What might be some results of a natural disaster near where you live?

64 Today we will learn about:  Suffixes –ly, -ful, -less, -ness  Search Engines/Text Features  Reading Across Texts  Fluency: Silent Reading  Irregular Verbs  Words with wr, kn, mb, gn  Make a Model

65 Thursday Reading Online: Natural Disasters Pages

66 Thursday Fluency: Read Silently

67 Fluency: Silent Reading  Turn to page 400.  We will echo read “Cloud Dragons,” three times.

68 Thursday Grammar: Irregular Verbs

69  joe and mr stevens will climbed to the top of the volcano  Joe and Mr. Stevens will climb to the top of the volcano.  they finaly heard about their to friend’s hike on the volcano  They finally heard about their two friends’ hike on the volcano.

70 Irregular Verbs  Usually you add –ed to a verb to show past tense.  Irregular verbs do not follow this rule.  Instead of having –ed forms to show past tense, irregular verbs change to other words.

71 Irregular Verbs Present Tense Past TensePast with has, have, or had begin began (has, have, had) begun do did (has, have, had) done find found (has, have, had) found give gave (has, have, had) given go went (has, have, had) gone run ran (has, have, had) run see saw (has, have, had) seen take took (has, have, had) taken think thought (has, have, had) thought wear wore (has, have, had) worn

72 Thursday Spelling: Words with wr, kn, mb, gn

73 Spelling Words  thumb  gnaw  written  know  climb  design  wrist  crumb  assign  wrench  knot  wrinkle  lamb  knob  knit  wrestler  bologna  cologne  honeycomb  knickknack

74 Friday Question of the Day How can people use a scientific understanding of nature to protect themselves from natural disasters?

75 Today we will learn about:  Concept Vocabulary  Compare and Contrast  Graphic Sources  Dictionary  Fluency: Silent Reading  Irregular Verbs  Words with wr, kn, mb, gn  Surviving Natural Disasters

76 Compare/Contrast  When you compare and contrast, you tell how two or more things are alike and different. Thing 1Thing 2 Both

77 Graphic Sources  Graphic sources are any graphics, such as charts, graphs, time lines, diagrams, and maps, that organize and present information in a visual manner.

78 Graphic Sources  Authors use graphics to help us understand information better; for example, a time line shows important events and when they happened.  A time line can help us place events we are reading about in history and understand the information better.

79 Dictionary  You can use a dictionary to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words.  List any unknown words you find as you read “Volcanoes.:  Create a chart showing the unknown word and its dictionary definition.

80 Dictionary WordDictionary Definition

81 Silent Consonants  write  What sound do you hear in the first part?  r r  What letters stand for the sound?  wr  The letters written together stand for one sound, /r/.

82 Silent Consonants  gnaw  What sound do you hear in the first part?  /n/  What letters stand for the sound?  gn  The letters gn written together stand for one sound, /n/.

83 Silent Consonants Find the letters that represent the silent consonants.  listen  knee  gnarled  thumbtack  whistle  gnat  wrestle  known  My little brother sucks his thumb.  I broke my neighbor’s garden gnome by mistake.  Thistles can be sharp.  I will knock on the door.

84 Suffixes –ly, -ful, -less, -ness  We studied the suffixes –ly, -ful, -less, and –ness.  sadly  What is the suffix?  -ly  What does the word mean?  not happily

85 Suffixes –ly, -ful, -less, -ness  emptiness  What is the suffix?  -ness  What does the word mean?  state of being empty

86 Suffixes –ly, -ful, -less, -ness  wasteful  What is the suffix?  -ful  What does the word mean?  full of waste

87 Suffixes –ly, -ful, -less, -ness  colorless  What is the suffix?  -less  What does the word mean?  without color

88 Suffixes –ly, -ful, -less, -ness  healthful  kindness  awkwardly  lifeless  ageless  rudely  colorful  excitedly  restful  dreamless  readiness  rightful

89 Suffixes –ly, -ful, -less, -ness  We had to return the kitten to its rightful owner.  The small puppy ran awkwardly across the floor.  The room was warm and colorful.  She is well-liked for her kindness and cheer.

90 Newspaper/Newsletter  What source would you use to find out what is going on in your region or around the country?  Newspapers tell what is currently happening in a local area, around the country, and all over the world.

91 Newspaper/Newsletter  Newspapers have sections that focus on different subjects, such as sports, entertainment, and business.  The location of each section is listed, like a table of contents, usually near the front of the newspaper.

92 Newspaper/Newsletter  Newspapers can contain articles, advertisements, and announcements.  The beginning of an article usually has a title, author, and often a location.  The first few paragraphs often tell who, what, when, where, why, and how about the subject.

93 Newspaper/Newsletter  Newspapers usually have many photographs and captions to go with the articles.  Some sections might have graphs, tables, and charts.

94 Friday Grammar: Irregular Verbs

95  the side of mount st helens had come off in 1980  The side of Mount St. Helens had come off in  many families homes was lost.  Many families’ homes were lost.

96 Irregular Verbs  Usually you add –ed to a verb to show past tense.  Irregular verbs do not follow this rule.  Instead of having –ed forms to show past tense, irregular verbs change to other words.

97 Irregular Verbs Present Tense Past TensePast with has, have, or had begin began (has, have, had) begun do did (has, have, had) done find found (has, have, had) found give gave (has, have, had) given go went (has, have, had) gone run ran (has, have, had) run see saw (has, have, had) seen take took (has, have, had) taken think thought (has, have, had) thought wear wore (has, have, had) worn

98 Irregular Verbs  Test Tip:  You may be asked to identify the correct past tense of an irregular verb.  Learn which verbs are irregular and practice using their past tense.

99 Irregular Verbs  The volcano began an eruption.  The volcano has done this before.  Rocks have gone far into the air.

100 Friday Spelling: Words with wr, kn, mb, gn

101 Spelling Words  thumb  gnaw  written  know  climb  design  wrist  crumb  assign  wrench  knot  wrinkle  lamb  knob  knit  wrestler  bologna  cologne  honeycomb  knickknack

102 Review Games Spelling City:  Spelling Words Spelling Words  Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words  Other Vocabulary Words Other Vocabulary Words

103 We are now ready to take our story tests.  Story test Classroom webpage, Reading Test  AR Other Reading Quizzes Quiz #


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