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Theme Question: What is my heritage? Who are our ancestors? (Wk 1) How do people learn about their heritage or culture? (Wk 2) What kinds of things are.

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1 Theme Question: What is my heritage? Who are our ancestors? (Wk 1) How do people learn about their heritage or culture? (Wk 2) What kinds of things are passed through the generations? (Wk 3) What can we learn from sharing our heritage or culture with each other? (Wk 4)

2 Theme vocabulary  shimmer  competition  boundary

3 preview pages 37-49Making predictions

4  Homophones are words that are pronounced the same way but have different spellings or meanings  Examples: wood, would; meat,meet; write, right.  Name some other homophones and spell them.

5 Theme Question: What is my heritage? Who are our ancestors? (Wk 1) How do people learn about their heritage or culture? (Wk 2) What kinds of things are passed through the generations? (Wk 3) What can we learn from sharing our heritage or culture with each other? (Wk 4)

6 Theme vocabulary  shimmer  competition  boundary

7  Readers make inferences to help them understand what they read.  Making inferences means using what you have read along with that you already know to construct meaning.

8 What I ReadWhat I KnowMy Inferences Celia Cruz couldn’t perform in contests because of the color of her skin. Treating people differently because of their skin color is called racism There must have been racism in Cuba. She promised that she would study and sing no matter what. I know that people who stick to what they want means it’s important to them and they’re courageous. Celia is courageous and doesn’t give up.

9  Preview and Predict  Pp  Purpose  Read to find answers to the Theme Question: What is my heritage? Set your own purpose.

10 Theme Question: What is my heritage? Who are our ancestors? (Wk 1) How do people learn about their heritage or culture? (Wk 2) What kinds of things are passed through the generations? (Wk 3) What can we learn from sharing our heritage or culture with each other? (Wk 4)

11 Theme vocabulary  shimmer  competition  boundary

12  A metaphor compares two unlike things by calling one thing something else.  Amir is a rocket. He can run so fast.  The setting sun was a work of art.  She was a ghost, pale with fright.

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14  Onomatopoeia – a word that imitates a sound. Ex – crash  Alliteration – two or more words start with the same consonant sound. Tongue twisters show alliteration.

15  Reread  pp  Purpose  Find out how literary elements, especially sound devices, add meaning to the selection.

16 SuffixMeaningExample -alRelating toTraditional -fulFull ofJoyful -ible/-ableAble toEnjoyable -ousFull ofFamous -ishResemblesfoolish

17 Theme Question: What is my heritage? Who are our ancestors? (Wk 1) How do people learn about their heritage or culture? (Wk 2) What kinds of things are passed through the generations? (Wk 3) What can we learn from sharing our heritage or culture with each other? (Wk 4)

18  Music  Dance  Heirlooms  Pictures  Games  Celebrations  Heritage  Art  Food  Recipes  Stories  family

19 WordExampleNonexample Shimmer Competition boundary

20 What I ReadWhat I KnowMy Inferences p. 47 One of her teachers said, “Go out into the world and sing.” People offer encouragement when they appreciate what you do. Celia’s teacher liked her voice.

21  Skim and Scan  pp  Purpose  Find text evidence to answer the Theme Question.

22 Page Number Text Evidence

23 SuffixMeaningExample -alRelating toTraditional -fulFull ofJoyful -ible/-ableAble toEnjoyable -ousFull ofFamous -ishResemblesfoolish


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