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1 Big Question: How does an astronaut prepare for a journey? Genre:Interview

2 Small Group Timer Timer

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

4 Spelling Words Greek Word Parts

5 geology geology thermometer thermometer astronaut astronaut atmosphere atmosphere biology biology thermal thermal disaster disaster meteorology meteorology technology technology hemisphere hemisphere zoology zoology sociology sociology biosphere biosphere thermos thermos asterisk asterisk thermostat thermostat astronomy astronomy spherical spherical ecology ecology mythology mythology psychology psychology anthropology anthropology thermoelectric thermoelectric astronomical astronomical microbiology microbiology

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7 Vocabulary Words extraterrestrials inconceivable weightlessness command module landings launch manned Vocabulary Words More Words to Know

8 Monday Question of the Day How does an astronaut prepare for a journey?

9 Today we will learn about: Build Concepts Author’s Purpose Monitor and Fix Up Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Tone of Voice Grammar: This, That, These, and Those Spelling: Greek Word Parts Adventures in Space

10 Fluency Tone of Voice

11 Fluency: Tone of Voice Listen as I read “Apollo 13.” As I read, notice how I use tone of voice to convey the building suspense in the article. Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

12 Fluency: Tone of Voice What is the author’s purpose in writing this article? How does knowing the article is about a space mission affect the way you would read it?

13 Concept Vocabulary command module – self-contained part of a spacecraft where astronauts live and control the spacecraft command module – self-contained part of a spacecraft where astronauts live and control the spacecraft command module command module landings – acts of coming to land form a ship, helicopter, etc. landings – acts of coming to land form a ship, helicopter, etc.landings launch – to send into the air or space launch – to send into the air or spacelaunch

14 Concept Vocabulary

15 command module command module

16 landings

17 launch

18 manned

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

20 Build Concept Vocabulary Build Concept Vocabulary command module, landings, launch, manned Missions Spaceships Adventures in Space

21 Author’s Purpose, Monitor and Fix Up Turn to Page

22 Prior Knowledge Prior Knowledge What do you know about astronauts? K (What do you know?) W (What would you like to learn?) L (What did you learn?)

23 Prior Knowledge This week’s audio is an interview with an astronaut. After you listen, we will discuss what you found out and what surprised you most about being an astronaut.

24 Vocabulary Words

25 accomplishments – things that have been done with knowledge, skill, or ability; achievements accomplishments – things that have been done with knowledge, skill, or ability; achievements focus – the central point of attraction, attention, or activity focus – the central point of attraction, attention, or activity gravity – the natural force that causes objects to move or tend to move toward the center of the earth gravity – the natural force that causes objects to move or tend to move toward the center of the earth

26 Vocabulary Words monitors – screens connected to a computer, which show information and instructions monitors – screens connected to a computer, which show information and instructions monitors role – a part played by a person in real life; role model, person whose patterns of behavior influence someone else’s actions and beliefs role – a part played by a person in real life; role model, person whose patterns of behavior influence someone else’s actions and beliefs specific – definite; precise; particular specific – definite; precise; particular

27 More Words to Know extraterrestrials – creatures from outer space extraterrestrials – creatures from outer space extraterrestrials inconceivable – hard to imagine or believe; incredible inconceivable – hard to imagine or believe; incredible weightlessness – the condition of being free from the pull of gravity weightlessness – the condition of being free from the pull of gravity (Next Slide) (Next Slide)

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29 extraterrestrials

30 Grammar This, That, These, and Those

31 that book im holding is full of interviews with interesting adventures This book I’m holding is full of interviews with interesting adventures. the interview with a astronout is fascinating The interview with an astronaut is fascinating.

32 This, That, These, and Those The interviewer posed interesting questions. Ellen Ochoa answered these questions directly and honestly. These is an adjective telling which ones. It refers to a plural noun naming things that are close by.

33 This, That, These, and Those The adjectives this, that, these, and those tell which one or which ones. This and that modify singular nouns. These and those modify plural nouns. This and these refer to objects that are close by. That and those refer to objects farther away.

34 This, That, These, and Those This classroom is brighter than that one across the hall. This classroom is brighter than that one across the hall. These students at our table are my friends. Those students over there are new. These students at our table are my friends. Those students over there are new.

35 This, That, These, and Those Do not use here or there after this, that, these, or those. Do not use here or there after this, that, these, or those. No: This here book is about astronauts. That there one is about space. Yes: This book is about astronauts. That one is about space.

36 This, That, These, and Those Do not use them in place of these or those. Do not use them in place of these or those. No: She wrote them books for children. Yes: She wrote those books for children.

37 This, That, These, and Those Which word in ( ) completes each sentence correctly? (That, Those) movie tells about the flight of Apollo 13. (That, Those) movie tells about the flight of Apollo 13. That That (This, These) story shows how three astronauts survived. (This, These) story shows how three astronauts survived. This This

38 This, That, These, and Those Which word in ( ) completes each sentence correctly? (That, This) picture I am holding is dramatic. (That, This) picture I am holding is dramatic. This This It was the 1960s and in (these, those) days space travel was new. It was the 1960s and in (these, those) days space travel was new. Those Those

39 This, That, These, and Those Which word in ( ) completes each sentence correctly? The Apollo program included (this, those) flights that took us to the moon. The Apollo program included (this, those) flights that took us to the moon. those those (That, Those) idea of space travel was hard for people to imagine. (That, Those) idea of space travel was hard for people to imagine. That That

40 This, That, These, and Those Which word in ( ) completes each sentence correctly? Look at (these, this) pictures of a space capsule. Look at (these, this) pictures of a space capsule. these these The first astronauts lived in (that, these) tiny space. The first astronauts lived in (that, these) tiny space. that that

41 This, That, These, and Those Which word in ( ) completes each sentence correctly? Will you proofread (these, this) report on space travel? Will you proofread (these, this) report on space travel? this this For information, I looked in (that, those) books at the learning center. For information, I looked in (that, those) books at the learning center. those those

42 This, That, These, and Those Write each sentence correctly. This here book is about Ellen Ochoa. This here book is about Ellen Ochoa. This book is about Ellen Ochoa. This book is about Ellen Ochoa. I found it when I returned them books last week. I found it when I returned them books last week. I found it when I returned those books last week. I found it when I returned those books last week.

43 This, That, These, and Those Write each sentence correctly. It was with those there books in the library. It was with those there books in the library. It was with those books in the library. It was with those books in the library.

44 Spelling Words Greek Word Parts

45 geology geology thermometer thermometer astronaut astronaut atmosphere atmosphere biology biology thermal thermal disaster disaster meteorology meteorology technology technology hemisphere hemisphere zoology zoology sociology sociology biosphere biosphere thermos thermos asterisk asterisk thermostat thermostat astronomy astronomy spherical spherical ecology ecology mythology mythology psychology psychology anthropology anthropology thermoelectric thermoelectric astronomical astronomical microbiology microbiology

46 Tuesday Question of the Day What questions would you like to ask Ellen Ochoa?

47 Today we will learn about: Multiple Meaning Words Author’s Purpose Graphic Sources Vocabulary Fluency: Echo Reading Grammar: This, That, These, and Those Spelling: Greek Word Parts Science: Sally Ride Adventures in Space

48 Vocabulary Strategy: Multiple-Meaning Words Turn to Page 562 – 563.

49 Talk with an Astronaut Turn to Page

50 Fluency Echo Reading

51 Fluency: Echo Reading Turn to page 566, second question and answer. As I read, notice how my voice changes when reading the questions and how I use my voice to express Ellen Ochoa’s pride. We will practice as a class doing three echo readings.

52 Grammar This, That, These, and Those

53 when was the technolegy for orbiting earth develop When was the technology for orbiting Earth developed? this here robot arm are useful for work in space This robot arm is useful for work in space.

54 This, That, These, and Those The adjectives this, that, these, and those tell which one or which ones. This and that modify singular nouns. These and those modify plural nouns. This and these refer to objects that are close by. That and those refer to objects farther away.

55 Spelling Words Greek Word Parts

56 geology geology thermometer thermometer astronaut astronaut atmosphere atmosphere biology biology thermal thermal disaster disaster meteorology meteorology technology technology hemisphere hemisphere zoology zoology sociology sociology biosphere biosphere thermos thermos asterisk asterisk thermostat thermostat astronomy astronomy spherical spherical ecology ecology mythology mythology psychology psychology anthropology anthropology thermoelectric thermoelectric astronomical astronomical microbiology microbiology

57 Wednesday Question of the Day What surprised you the most about space travel?

58 Today we will learn about: Author’s Purpose Monitor and Fix Up Vocabulary Fluency: Tone of Voice Grammar: This, That, These, and Those Spelling: Greek Word Parts Science: Exploring Mars Adventures in Space

59 Talk with an Astronaut Turn to Page

60 Fluency Tone of Voice

61 Fluency: Tone of Voice Turn to page 575, last question and answer. As I read, notice how I use different tones for the interviewer and Ellen, and how I use my voice to show excitement when reading the sentence that ends with an exclamation. Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings.

62 Grammar This, That, These, and Those

63 in june 1963, valentina tereshkova became the first women in space In June 1963, Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman in space. Twenty years later, sally ride rode on the space shuttle she becomed the first american female in space Twenty years later, Sally Ride rode on the space shuttle. She became the first American female in space.

64 This, That, These, and Those The adjectives this, that, these, and those tell which one or which ones. This and that modify singular nouns. These and those modify plural nouns. This and these refer to objects that are close by. That and those refer to objects farther away.

65 This, That, These, and Those Do not use here or there after the adjectives this, that, these, and those. Also avoid using them in place of these or those. No: That there team is good. Yes: That team is good. No: Sit in them seats. Yes: Sit in those seats.

66 This, That, These, and Those Review your work and correct errors in the use of this, that, these, and those.

67 Spelling Words Greek Word Parts

68 geology geology thermometer thermometer astronaut astronaut atmosphere atmosphere biology biology thermal thermal disaster disaster meteorology meteorology technology technology hemisphere hemisphere zoology zoology sociology sociology biosphere biosphere thermos thermos asterisk asterisk thermostat thermostat astronomy astronomy spherical spherical ecology ecology mythology mythology psychology psychology anthropology anthropology thermoelectric thermoelectric astronomical astronomical microbiology microbiology

69 Thursday Question of the Day How can people on Earth keep up with current events in space exploration?

70 Today we will learn about: Online Directories Reading Across Texts Fluency: Partner Reading Grammar: This, That, These, and Those Spelling: Greek Word Parts Science: Design a Space Suit

71 “Women Astronauts” Turn to Page

72 Fluency Partner Reading

73 Fluency: Partner Reading Turn to page 575, last question and answer. Read this three times with a partner. Be sure to read with proper emotion and use different tones for the interviewer and Ellen. Offer each other feedback.

74 Grammar This, That, These, and Those

75 do you beleive their is life in other places in the universe Do you believe there is life in other places in the universe? there is billions of stars in the universe, and some of them stars may sustain life There are billions of stars in the universe, and some of those stars may sustain life.

76 This, That, These, and Those The adjectives this, that, these, and those tell which one or which ones. This and that modify singular nouns. These and those modify plural nouns. This and these refer to objects that are close by. That and those refer to objects farther away.

77 This, That, These, and Those Test Tip: The word them is always a pronoun, never an adjective. No: Please review them rules. Yes: Please review these rules.

78 Spelling Words Greek Word Parts

79 geology geology thermometer thermometer astronaut astronaut atmosphere atmosphere biology biology thermal thermal disaster disaster meteorology meteorology technology technology hemisphere hemisphere zoology zoology sociology sociology biosphere biosphere thermos thermos asterisk asterisk thermostat thermostat astronomy astronomy spherical spherical ecology ecology mythology mythology psychology psychology anthropology anthropology thermoelectric thermoelectric astronomical astronomical microbiology microbiology

80 Friday Question of the Day How does an astronaut prepare for a journey?

81 Today we will learn about: Build Concept Vocabulary Author’s Purpose Paraphrase Multiple Meaning Words Grammar: This, That, These, and Those Spelling: Greek Word Parts Readers’ Guide to Periodical Literature Adventures in Space

82 Author’s Purpose The author’s purpose is the main reason an author writes a selection. An author may write to persuade, to inform, to entertain, or to express ideas or feelings. Sometimes an author may write with more than one purpose in mind. What an author says and details given help you figure out the author’s purpose.

83 Paraphrase To paraphrase something is to put it in your own words. When you paraphrase, keep the author’s ideas and overall meaning, and avoid adding your own opinions. Paraphrasing helps you make sure you understand a piece of writing.

84 Paraphrase Remember to always paraphrase when you take notes from reference sources to be sure you don’t copy the words exactly.

85 Multiple-Meaning Words Some words have more than one meaning. When you come across a multiple-meaning word, context clues can help you decide which meaning is intended. Write the multiple meanings for these words from “Talk with an Astronaut,” and circle the meaning for each one that best fits the context of the selection.

86 Multiple-Meaning Words WordMeaning roots major shifts

87 How might you begin looking for a magazine article that includes interviews with an astronaut? The Readers’ Guide to Periodical Literature is an index to articles published in more than 200 magazines and periodicals. It is in most libraries.

88 Readers’ Guide Volumes are indexed by time period. Time periods may be searched by topic or author’s last name. An entry in the Readers’ Guide lists the title of the article, magazine, or periodical title, author name, year of publication, volume, and page numbers.

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90 Grammar This, That, These, and Those

91 ellen ochoa attended stanford university in california she graduateed at the top of her class Ellen Ochoa attended Stanford University in California. She graduated at the top of her class. in she spare time, ochoa enjoys playing her flute playing volleyball, and bicycling In her spare time, Ochoa enjoys playing her flute, playing volleyball, and bicycling.

92 This, That, These, and Those The adjectives this, that, these, and those tell which one or which ones. This and that modify singular nouns. These and those modify plural nouns. This and these refer to objects that are close by. That and those refer to objects farther away.

93 Spelling Words Greek Word Parts

94 geology geology thermometer thermometer astronaut astronaut atmosphere atmosphere biology biology thermal thermal disaster disaster meteorology meteorology technology technology hemisphere hemisphere zoology zoology sociology sociology biosphere biosphere thermos thermos asterisk asterisk thermostat thermostat astronomy astronomy spherical spherical ecology ecology mythology mythology psychology psychology anthropology anthropology thermoelectric thermoelectric astronomical astronomical microbiology microbiology

95 Story test Classroom webpage, Reading Test AR Other Reading Quizzes Quiz #


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