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1 : Author: Jean Craighead George Genre: Narrative Nonfiction Big Question: How do animals and humans develop understanding and trust?

2 Small Group Timer

3 Review Games Story Sort 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 Plural or Possessive

5  country’s  countries’  countries  its  ours  theirs  hers  library’s  libraries’  libraries  niece’s  nieces’  nieces  crow’s  crows’  witness’s  witnesses’  witnesses  secretary’s  secretaries’  congress’s  congresses  communities’  communities  April Fools’ Day

6 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

7 Vocabulary Words  aggressive  detect  dubiously  frustration  imprinted  materialize  migration  secretive  tolerated  cacophony  elude  uncanny  message  mimics  naturalist Vocabulary Words More Words to Know

8 Monday Question of the Day How do animals and humans develop understanding and trust?

9 Today we will learn about:  Build Concepts  Fact and Opinion  Answer Questions  Build Background  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Tempo and Rate  Grammar: Common and Proper Nouns  Spelling: Plural or Possessive  Animal Communication

10 Fluency Model Tempo and Rate

11 Fluency: Model Tempo and Rate  Listen as I read “Hearing Crows.”  As I read, notice how I alternate between speaking slowly or rapidly to demonstrate how tempo and rate can be used to express the meaning of the words.  Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

12 Fluency: Model Tempo and Rate  What were some facts that you learned about crows?  How could crows be helpful to humans during the months of May and June?

13 Concept Vocabulary  message – words or information sent from one person or group to another  mimics – imitators  naturalist - person who makes a study of living things

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

15 Build Concept Vocabulary Build Concept Vocabulary message, mimics, naturalist Animal Communication AppearanceMovements SoundsStudy

16 Fact & Opinion, Answer Questions Turn to page

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

18 Vocabulary Words

19  aggressive – taking the first step in an attack  detect – discover or find out  dubiously – uncertainly; filled with doubt  frustration – a feeling of helplessness or anger caused by failure

20 Vocabulary Words  imprinted – fixed firmly in the mind  materialize – appear or suddenly be seen  migration – the act of going from one region to another with the change in seasonsmigration

21 Vocabulary Words  secretive – having the habit of secrecy; not frank or open  tolerated – allowed or permitted

22 More Words to Know  cacophony – series of harsh, clashing sounds; discord  elude – to avoid or escape by cleverness or quickness; slip away from  uncanny – strange and mysterious; weird  (Next Slide) (Next Slide)

23 migration

24 Grammar Common and Proper Nouns

25  the george Family new their lifes were going to change  The George family knew their lives were going to change.  wild animals are often, in need of ade  Wild animals are often in need of aid.

26 Common and Proper Nouns  A large black bird might be tolerated, but one that spoke English was too much.  Bird is a common noun. A common noun names any person, place, or thing.

27 Common and Proper Nouns  English is a proper noun. A proper noun names a particular person, place, or thing and begins with a capital letter.

28 Common and Proper Nouns  A common noun names any person, place, or thing.  The feathers lay smoothly against his throat.

29 Common and Proper Nouns  A proper noun names a particular person, place, or thing. When a proper noun is more than one word, capitalize only the important word or words.  Belden Library is not in Bend, Oregon. UncleTim recited the Pledge of Allegiance.

30 Common and Proper Nouns  Some proper nouns, including titles for people, have short forms called abbreviations that begin with capital letters and end with periods.  Dr. Kaimbach did an eperiment on crows.  Contact Rev. Samuel Farb, Jr.

31 Common and Proper Nouns Common and Proper Nouns Find the nouns and tell whether they are common or proper nouns.  The maple trees are beautiful in October.  Common: trees, Proper: October  The children taught their bird English.  Common: children, bird, Proper: English

32 Common and Proper Nouns Common and Proper Nouns Find the nouns and tell whether they are common or proper nouns.  Anne is starting school.  Common: school, Proper: Anne  Our neighbor Mr. Klein moved to Oklahoma.  Common: neighbor, Proper: Mr. Klein, Oklahoma

33 Common and Proper Nouns Common and Proper Nouns Find the nouns and tell whether they are common or proper nouns.  The police got complaints about a crow named Crowbar.  Common: police, complaints, crow Proper: Crowbar  Aunt Sarah didn’t call her niece.  Common: niece, Proper: Aunt Sarah

34 Common and Proper Nouns Common and Proper Nouns Find the nouns and tell whether they are common or proper nouns.  He boarded the train in Albany, New York.  Common: train, Proper: Albany, New York  Jamie bought tickets for her grandmother.  Common: tickets, grandmother, Proper: Jamie

35 Common and Proper Nouns Common and Proper Nouns Find the nouns and tell whether they are common or proper nouns.  I asked Sgt. Tyler a question.  Common: question, Proper: Sgt. Tyler  Is Grant Hospital on Oakton Street?  Proper: Grant Hospital, Oakton Street

36 Common and Proper Nouns Common and Proper Nouns Capitalize the proper nouns in each sentence..  Did dr. pak move to ohio?  Did Dr. Pak move to Ohio?  We picked up grampa felco on elm street.  We picked up Grampa Felco on Elm Street.

37 Common and Proper Nouns Common and Proper Nouns Capitalize the proper nouns in each sentence..  jon spent a week in june at gilbert lake.  Jon spent a week in June at Gilbert Lake.  The birthday of martin luther king, jr., is in january.  The birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., is in January.

38 Spelling Words Plural or Possessive

39  country’s  countries’  countries  its  ours  theirs  hers  library’s  libraries’  libraries  niece’s  nieces’  nieces  crow’s  crows’  witness’s  witnesses’  witnesses  secretary’s  secretaries’  congress’s  congresses  communities’  communities  April Fools’ Day

40 Tuesday Question of the Day In what ways do crows make good pets?

41 Today we will learn about:  Suffixes  Fact and Opinion  Answer Questions  Vocabulary  Fluency: Echo Reading  Grammar: Common and Proper Nouns  Spelling: Plural or Possessive  Science: Crow Behavior  Talking Birds  Animal Communication

42 Vocabulary Strategy: Suffixes

43 When Crowbar Came Turn to pages

44 Fluency Echo Reading

45 Fluency: Echo Reading  Turn to page 122, paragraphs 2-4.  As I read notice how I read “Hello, hello, hello” quickly and excitedly.  Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings of these paragraphs.

46 Grammar Common and Proper Nouns

47  craig looked around for his Parents and saw noone  Craig looked around for his parents and saw no one.  miss. burton teaches at jefferson hi school  Miss Burton teaches at Jefferson High School.

48 Common and Proper Nouns  Common nouns name any persons, places, or things.  Proper nouns name particular persons, places, or things. Each important word in a proper noun begins with a capital letter.  Titles of people, which are sometimes abbreviated, begin with capital letters.

49 Spelling Words Plural or Possessive

50  country’s  countries’  countries  its  ours  theirs  hers  library’s  libraries’  libraries  niece’s  nieces’  nieces  crow’s  crows’  witness’s  witnesses’  witnesses  secretary’s  secretaries’  congress’s  congresses  communities’  communities  April Fools’ Day

51 Wednesday Question of the Day Why do you think people fear crows?

52 Today we will learn about:  Fact and Opinion  Answer Questions  Author’s Purpose  Vocabulary  Fluency: Tempo and Rate  Grammar: Common and Proper Nouns  Spelling: Plural or Possessive  Science: Bandit Crows  Animal Communication

53 When Crowbar Came Turn to pages

54 Fluency Model Tempo and Rate

55 Fluency: Model Tempo and Rate  Turn to page 129, paragraphs 7-8.  Notice how I read “You’re a crow. You’re a crow.” in a staccato voice.  Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings of this page.

56 Grammar Common and Proper Nouns

57  luke, get down from their  Luke, get down from there.  our nieghbors don’t like crow’s  Our neighbors don’t like crows.

58 Common and Proper Nouns  Common nouns name any persons, places, or things.  Proper nouns name particular persons, places, or things. Each important word in a proper noun begins with a capital letter.  Titles of people, which are sometimes abbreviated, begin with capital letters.

59 Common and Proper Nouns  Proper nouns, which give more detail than common nouns, can make writing more vivid.  Review something you have written to see if you can improve it by changing any common nouns to proper nouns.

60 Spelling Words Plural or Possessive

61  country’s  countries’  countries  its  ours  theirs  hers  library’s  libraries’  libraries  niece’s  nieces’  nieces  crow’s  crows’  witness’s  witnesses’  witnesses  secretary’s  secretaries’  congress’s  congresses  communities’  communities  April Fools’ Day

62 Thursday Question of the Day How can animals help us understand ourselves?

63 Today we will learn about:  Narrative Nonfiction  Reading Across Texts  Content-Area Vocabulary  Fluency: Partner Reading  Grammar: Common and Proper Nouns  Spelling: Plural and Possessive  Science: Parrots  Elephants

64 They’ve Got Personality Turn to pages

65 Fluency Partner Reading

66 Fluency: Partner Reading  Turn to page 129, paragraphs 7-8.  Read these paragraphs three times with a partner. Be sure to read with appropriate tempo and rate. Offer each other feedback.

67 Grammar Common and Proper Nouns

68  this Autumn, art is moving to rochester new york  This autumn Art is moving to Rochester, New York.  crowbar flied away, and we were all witnesses’  Crowbar flew away, and we were all witnesses.

69 Common and Proper Nouns  Common nouns name any persons, places, or things.  Proper nouns name particular persons, places, or things. Each important word in a proper noun begins with a capital letter.  Titles of people, which are sometimes abbreviated, begin with capital letters.

70 Common and Proper Nouns  Test Tip: Watch out for proper nouns that have more than one word. Only the first word and all important words are capitalized.  Examples: Joel’s family always has a picnic on the Fourth of July.  The sixth grade class visited the Statue of Liberty.

71 Spelling Words Plural or Possessive

72  country’s  countries’  countries  its  ours  theirs  hers  library’s  libraries’  libraries  niece’s  nieces’  nieces  crow’s  crows’  witness’s  witnesses’  witnesses  secretary’s  secretaries’  congress’s  congresses  communities’  communities  April Fools’ Day

73 Friday Question of the Day How do animals and humans develop understanding and trust?

74 Today we will learn about:  Build Concept Vocabulary  Fact and Opinion  Foreshadowing  Suffixes  Grammar: Common and Proper Nouns  Spelling: Plural or Possessive  Card Catalog/Library Database  Animal Communication

75 Fact and Opinion  Statements of fact can be proved true or false. They can be proved by reading, observing, or asking an expert.  Statements of opinion are judgments or beliefs. They cannot be proved true or false, but they can be supported by facts and logic.  Sometimes statements express both a fact and an opinion.

76 Foreshadowing  Hints and clues about what will happen later in the selection are called foreshadowing.  Writers often use foreshadowing to create suspense in a story about what will happen or when it will happen.  Sometimes writers use foreshadowing to create a sense of order and help readers predict what will happen later.

77 Suffixes  You can use suffixes to help determine the meaning of an unfamiliar word.  Use a chart to identify suffixes and explain how they help determine the meaning of the word.  You can use a dictionary to confirm word meanings.

78 Suffixes WordSuffixMeaning gluttonous identification laboriously communal

79 Card Catalog/Library Database  How could you find other books by Jean Craighead George in a library?  A card catalog or a library database provides information you need to find a library book, including its author, title, subject, publisher, copyright, and call number.

80 Card Catalog/Library Database  A call number is an identification number on the spine of a library book.  It is based on the Dewey Decimal System, which divides materials into ten major areas to help you find a book in the library.

81 Card Catalog/Library Database  You can search for a book by title, author, or subject. Some libraries have card catalogs, or drawers with cards in them, to help you find the call number.  However, many libraries today have the card catalog on an electronic database.

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83 Grammar Common and Proper Nouns

84  they fed there pet bird hamberger  They fed their pet bird hamburger.  the coins in the sandbox gleamed bright  The coins in the sandbox gleamed brightly.

85 Common and Proper Nouns  Common nouns name any persons, places, or things.  Proper nouns name particular persons, places, or things. Each important word in a proper noun begins with a capital letter.  Titles of people, which are sometimes abbreviated, begin with capital letters.

86 Spelling Words Plural or Possessive

87  country’s  countries’  countries  its  ours  theirs  hers  library’s  libraries’  libraries  niece’s  nieces’  nieces  crow’s  crows’  witness’s  witnesses’  witnesses  secretary’s  secretaries’  congress’s  congresses  communities’  communities  April Fools’ Day

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


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