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Objectives day 1 Students will recognize homophones. Study Greek roots in words
Word Structure day 3 Many of our words come from Greek origins. These words are formed from one or more Greek roots. Chronology: chrono comes from the Greek word for “time’ –ology means “science of” or “study of” biology: bio means “life” or ‘living things”; thermostat: thermo means “heat”). Skills Practice Book 2 pg 65, 66 chronologybiologythermostatbiography Line 1
Vocabulary lesson 1 buzzinghastily to be very active in a hurry ceremony a formal event, often with speech making They are buzzing around town.He finished his work hastily. The family went to the graduation ceremony. transcontinental from coast to coast It is a transcontinental train.
Vocabulary lesson 1 laborersassistance a worker help thrive to be successful The laborers were working on a new house.Your teacher will give you assistance if needed. Babies need to thrive to grow up strong. locomotives plural; a train engine The locomotives are in the front of the trains.
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Purpose Big Idea How did machines get America moving?
Meet the Author and Illustrator Day 2 Dan ElishAlan Reingold
Social Studies Inquiry day 3 “ The Pony Express” 1.How many miles are between St. Joseph and Sacramento? 2.Why do you think the Pony Express riders had to be lightweight and brave? 3.Why does the Pony Express end when the telegraph is invented?
Writing Drafting day 3 As you draft your lists, you should jot down the items you want to include, without thinking about which item is more important than another. Write a draft of your lists, keeping in mind your purpose and audience.
Objectives day 1 Students will Learn about sentence tenses. Learn how to correct run-on sentences and sentence fragments. Learn about complex sentences. Learn how to ask questions to find information. Learn how to use an effective voice.
Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics Sentence Tense Day 3 The railroad was built on the edge of town. The railroad will be built on the edge of town. How does the past, present, and future tenses of verbs affect the meaning of a sentence. Apply: Write a sentence using the past tense. Have your partner change the past tense to the present tense. Then change the sentence to the future tense.
Spelling day 3 chronbioerghydrthermarchtyp timelifeworkwaterheatchief first print model Knowing the meanings of Greek roots can help us understand the spelling and meaning of many English words. What do you think antibiotic means? Skills Practice 2 pg 73
laborers a worker hastily in a hurry ceremony a formal event, often with speech making transcontinental from coast to coast buzzing to be very active assistance help thrive to be successful locomotives plural; a train engine