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1 Author: Julius Lester Genre: Expository Nonfiction Big Question: How does an artist use music to inspire others?

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

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5 address college mirror recess committee collect Mississippi immediate command appreciate announce possess Tennessee gallop opponent barricade broccoli accomplish allowance zucchini silhouette millionaire dilemma embarrassment compassionate

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7  appreciate  barber  choir  released  religious  slavery  teenager  gospel  posthumously  spirituals  beat  time  blended Vocabulary Words More Words to Know

8 Question of the Day How does an artist use music to inspire others?

9  Build Concepts  Main Idea and Details  Graphic Organizers  Build Background  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Tempo and Rate  Grammar: Troublesome Verbs  Spelling: One Consonant or Two  Music and Musicians Today we will learn about:

10 Fluency Model Tempo and Rate

11  Listen as I read “Bud, Not Buddy.”  As I read, notice how using different tempos, or rates of speed, mimics the flow of everyday language.  Be ready to answer questions after I finish. Fluency: Model Tempo and Rate

12  What is the main idea of the last paragraph?  How many different instruments are mentioned in this selection? Fluency: Model Tempo and Rate

13  beat – a sound made by striking something again and again  time – rate of movement in music  blended – mixed together Concept Vocabulary

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

15 Instruments Rhythm Music and Musicians

16 Main Idea and Details, Graphic Organizers Turn to page

17 Prior Knowledge What do you know about blues music? K (What do you know?) W (What would you like to learn?) L (What did you learn?)

18  This week’s audio explores famous blues songs and how they influenced other styles of music. After we listen, we will discuss what you found most interesting and most surprising about the blues. Prior Knowledge

19 Vocabulary Words

20  appreciate – think highly of; value; enjoy  barber – person whose business is cutting hair and shaving or trimming beardsbarber  choir – a group of singers who sing together, often in a church servicechoir  released – permitted to be published, shown, sold, etc. Vocabulary Words

21  religious – much interested in the belief, study, and worship of God or gods; devoted to religion  slavery – the condition of being owned by another person and being made to work without wages  teenager – a person in his or her teens Vocabulary Words

22  gospel – religious music with much emotion and enthusiasm  posthumously – happening after death  spirituals – religious songs which originated among African Americans of the southern United States  (Next Slide) (Next Slide) More Words to Know

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25 Grammar Troublesome Verbs

26  set down with me and lissen to this song  Sit down with me and listen to this song.  leave me tell you about gospel musik  Let me tell you about gospel music.

27  Mahalia set down her purse and sat on the chair.  The verb sit and set are often confused. You must think of the meanings and the principal parts of these verbs to use them correctly.. Troublesome Verbs

28  Some pairs of verbs are confusing because they have similar meanings or because they look alike. Troublesome Verbs

29 VerbPresentPastPast Participle Lay means “put” or “place.” lay laid(has, have, had) laid Lie means “rest” or “recline.” lie lay(has, have, had) lain Set means “put something somewhere.” set (has, have, had) set Sit means “sit down.” sit sat (has, have, had) sat Let means “allow.” let (has, have, had) let Leave means “go away.” leave left(has, have, had) left Troublesome Verbs

30  I sit in the front row at the gospel and blues convention. (past)  sat  Someone had set a program on every seat. (past participle)  set Troublesome Verbs Troublesome Verbs Tell the form of the underlined verb indicated in ( ).

31  A crew had lay a platform stage on the floor. (past participle)  laid  The lead singer had lie down for a short nap. (past participle)  lain Troublesome Verbs Troublesome Verbs Tell the form of the underlined verb indicated in ( ).

32  If you leave your seat, you lost it. (past)  left  Ushers let no one in after the performance started. (past)  let Troublesome Verbs Troublesome Verbs Tell the form of the underlined verb indicated in ( ).

33  Janine (set, sit) the record on the turntable.  set  Then she (sat, sit) down on the couch.  sat Troublesome Verbs Troublesome Verbs Use context to help you decide which verb is needed.

34  The music (leave, let) her relax.  let  Pretty soon, she had (laid, lain) down.  lain Troublesome Verbs Troublesome Verbs Use context to help you decide which verb is needed.

35  Her mother had (left, let) for work.  left  Before she went, she had (laid, lain) out food for lunch.  laid Troublesome Verbs Troublesome Verbs Use context to help you decide which verb is needed.

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37 address college mirror recess committee collect Mississippi immediate command appreciate announce possess Tennessee gallop opponent barricade broccoli accomplish allowance zucchini silhouette millionaire dilemma embarrassment compassionate

38 Question of the Day How did African Americans use music to fight against slavery?

39  Antonyms & Context Clues  Main Idea and Details  Vocabulary  Fluency: Echo Reading  Grammar: Troublesome Words  Spelling: One Consonant or Two  Time for Social Studies: Roots of Blues Music Today we will learn about:

40 Vocabulary Strategy: Antonyms Page 348 – 349.

41 Mahalia Jackson Page

42 Fluency Echo Reading

43  Turn to page 352, the last three paragraphs.  As I read, notice how I pause at questions and slow the tempo down for emphasis.  We will practice as a class doing three echo readings of this paragraph. Fluency: Echo Reading

44 Grammar Troublesome Verbs

45  mahalia grew up in louisiana, the state just west of missippi  Mahalia grew up in Louisiana, the state just west of Mississippi..  her imediate family didnt stay together when her mother died  Her immediate family didn’t stay together when her mother died.

46  Some pairs of verbs are confusing because they have similar meanings or because they look alike.  Sit/set, lie/lay, and leave/let are examples of verbs that are often confused. Troublesome Verbs

47 VerbPresentPastPast Participle Lay means “put” or “place.” lay laid(has, have, had) laid Lie means “rest” or “recline.” lie lay(has, have, had) lain Set means “put something somewhere.” set (has, have, had) set Sit means “sit down.” sit sat (has, have, had) sat Let means “allow.” let (has, have, had) let Leave means “go away.” leave left(has, have, had) left Troublesome Verbs

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49 address college mirror recess committee collect Mississippi immediate command appreciate announce possess Tennessee gallop opponent barricade broccoli accomplish allowance zucchini silhouette millionaire dilemma embarrassment compassionate

50 Question of the Day How might young people today be inspired by Mahalia Jackson?

51  Graphic Sources  Fact and Opinion  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Tempo and Rate  Grammar: Troublesome Verbs  Spelling: One Consonant or Two  Time for Social Studies: Blues Artists  Music and Musicians Today we will learn about:

52 Mahalia Jackson Page

53 Fluency Model Tempo and Rate

54  Turn to page 355, last two paragraphs.  As I read, notice how I slow down for reflection and emphasis, and increase my speed to express the energy in the text.  Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings. Fluency: Model Tempo and Rates

55 Grammar Troublesome Verbs

56  the weigh you here affects the way you sing  The way you hear affects the way you sing.  a tone def person cannot tell if a note is rite or wrong  A tone deaf person cannot tell if a note is right or wrong.

57  Some pairs of verbs are confusing because they have similar meanings or because they look alike.  Sit/set, lie/lay, and leave/let are examples of verbs that are often confused. Troublesome Verbs

58 VerbPresentPastPast Participle Lay means “put” or “place.” lay laid(has, have, had) laid Lie means “rest” or “recline.” lie lay(has, have, had) lain Set means “put something somewhere.” set (has, have, had) set Sit means “sit down.” sit sat (has, have, had) sat Let means “allow.” let (has, have, had) let Leave means “go away.” leave left(has, have, had) left Troublesome Verbs

59  The lie/lay problem:  Use the meanings of these two verbs to check that you are using the correct one. Lie means “rest or recline.” Lay means “put or place.” Try substituting these meanings for the verbs. Troublesome Verbs

60  Example: She lies in bed all day. (She rests in bed all day.)  She lays in bed all day. (She puts in bed all day.)  The first sentence is correct. Troublesome Verbs

61  Review something you have written to make sure you have used lie and lay correctly. Troublesome Verbs

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63 address college mirror recess committee collect Mississippi immediate command appreciate announce possess Tennessee gallop opponent barricade broccoli accomplish allowance zucchini silhouette millionaire dilemma embarrassment compassionate

64 Question of the Day What do you think inspires an artist to create a work of art, such as a piece of music or a poem?

65  Poetry  Reading Across Texts  Fluency: Partner Reading  Grammar: Troublesome Verbs  Spelling: One Consonant or Two  Social Studies: Boys Choir of Harlem Today we will learn about:

66 “Perfect Harmony” Page

67 Fluency Echo Reading

68  Turn to page 355, last two paragraphs.  Read these paragraphs three times with a partner. Be sure to read with appropriate temp, rate, and expression, and offer each other feedback. Fluency: Partner Reading

69 Grammar Troublesome Verbs

70  they set up baricades in hour street  They set up barricades in our street.  the City will announce wen the construction is complete  The city will announce when the construction is complete.

71  Some pairs of verbs are confusing because they have similar meanings or because they look alike.  Sit/set, lie/lay, and leave/let are examples of verbs that are often confused. Troublesome Verbs

72 VerbPresentPastPast Participle Lay means “put” or “place.” lay laid(has, have, had) laid Lie means “rest” or “recline.” lie lay(has, have, had) lain Set means “put something somewhere.” set (has, have, had) set Sit means “sit down.” sit sat (has, have, had) sat Let means “allow.” let (has, have, had) let Leave means “go away.” leave left(has, have, had) left Troublesome Verbs

73  Test Tip: People often confuse the verbs pairs sit/set and lie/lay.  Remember that set and lay usually take a direct object, while sit and lie usually do not take a direct object. Troublesome Verbs

74  Set the book here. (Direct object is book.)  Sit next to me. (No direct object)  Lay the rug there. (Direct object is rug.  Lie on the bed. (No direct object) Troublesome Verbs

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76 address college mirror recess committee collect Mississippi immediate command appreciate announce possess Tennessee gallop opponent barricade broccoli accomplish allowance zucchini silhouette millionaire dilemma embarrassment compassionate

77 Question of the Day How does an artist use music to inspire others?

78  Build Concept Vocabulary  Main Idea  Persuasive Devices  Antonyms and Context Clues  Grammar: Troublesome Verbs  Spelling: One Consonant or Two  Card Catalog/Library Database  Music and Musicians Today we will learn about:

79  The main idea is the most important idea about a topic.  Sometimes the author tells you the main idea. Sometimes you must figure it out for yourself.  Supporting details are small pieces of information that tell more about the main idea. Main Idea and Details

80 Main Idea Supporting Detail Supporting Detail Supporting Detail

81  Authors use persuasive devices, also known as propaganda, to persuade people to be for or against someone or something. It is an extreme form of biased writing.  Some types of persuasive devices are bandwagon, testimonial, and loaded words.  It is up to the reader to decide whether or not he or she agrees or disagrees with an author’s ideas. Persuasive Devices

82  Antonyms, or opposites, can be used as context clues for unfamiliar words. Authors sometimes use them to show contrasts with difficult words.  List antonyms for some difficult words from “Mahalia Jackson.”  Use a dictionary to confirm word meanings. Antonyms

83 Antonyms

84  Imagine you are researching a report on the American Revolution or that they’d like to read a book by their favorite author. How would you begin looking for the books you want in the library?

85  A library database is a computerized or online version of a card catalog. It can be searched on a computer at a library or sometimes at home.  A database search can be by subject, author, or title to locate books in the library. For authors, use the last name first. Card Catalog/Library Database

86  A call number is an identification number assigned to books, DVDs, and CDs in the library. Numbers are based on the Dewey Decimal System, which divides materials into ten major subject areas.  A subject search is best for specific topics, such as a place or a person. Card Catalog/Library Database

87  A keyword search is more flexible, so it’s more useful when searching for broader topics, such as African American singers. Card Catalog/Library Database

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89 Grammar Troublesome Verbs

90  when mahalia went to chicago her career took of  When Mahalia went to Chicago, her career took off.  do you no about any other gospel singers  Do you know about any other gospel singers?

91  Some pairs of verbs are confusing because they have similar meanings or because they look alike.  Sit/set, lie/lay, and leave/let are examples of verbs that are often confused. Troublesome Verbs

92 VerbPresentPastPast Participle Lay means “put” or “place.” lay laid(has, have, had) laid Lie means “rest” or “recline.” lie lay(has, have, had) lain Set means “put something somewhere.” set (has, have, had) set Sit means “sit down.” sit sat (has, have, had) sat Let means “allow.” let (has, have, had) let Leave means “go away.” leave left(has, have, had) left Troublesome Verbs

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94 address college mirror recess committee collect Mississippi immediate command appreciate announce possess Tennessee gallop opponent barricade broccoli accomplish allowance zucchini silhouette millionaire dilemma embarrassment compassionate

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


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