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1 How Tia Lola Came to Stay by Julia Alvarez illustrated by Macky Pamintuan Day 1Day 1 Day 4Day 4 Day 2Day 2 Day 5Day 5 Day 3 Vocabulary Definitions Vocabulary Sentences Additional Resources

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3 Study Skills Genre: Realistic Fiction Comprehension Skill: Character and Theme Comprehension Strategy: Summarize Comprehension Review Skill: Author’s Purpose Vocabulary: Context Clues

4 Genre: Realistic Fiction Realistic fiction is made up, but the characters and events are so lifelike that the story seems as if it must be true. As you read, think about what makes this story seem as if it could happen in real life.

5 Summary purple white purplewhite One day Miguel’s Tia Lola starts to paint the family’s home purple and their landlord, the Colonel, orders them to paint it white or move out. Tia Lola designs purple and white uniforms for Miguel’s baseball team and names the team after the Colonel. The Colonel is so happy that he forgets about the color of the house.

6 Comprehension Review Skill- Author’s Purpose Recall that author’s have different purposes for writing particular pieces. The most common purposes include: – To persuade – To express feelings or ideas – To entertain – To give facts or details (to inform)

7 Day 1 - Question of the Week How can one person’s view of the world affect others?

8 Vocabulary - Say It affords colonel glint lurking palettes quaint resemblance

9 More Words to Know embarrassment landlord confused recognize wandered

10 Comprehension Strategy Summarize As you read a story, summarize the characters’ goals and how they try to reach them. Summarizing will help you figure out the theme of the story. Questions to ask yourself: – What are the characters like as they try to reach their goals? – Do they succeed?

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12 Listen to the Story

13 Comprehension Skill Character and Theme What the characters in a story do and say gives clues about what they are like. The theme is the underlying meaning of a story. The author may state the theme directly, but often the reader must think about the story in order to figure out the theme. A reader must have proof from the story to support a theme statement.

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15 Practice Book 273 Character and Theme 1. Goal Nana doesn’t want to embarrass her granddaugther. 2. Plot Events She wears different colors. 3. Plot Events She changes her cooking.

16 Practice Book 273 Character and Theme 4. Theme Always be yourself. 5. Support Her granddaughter doesn’t want Nana to change.

17 1.The childrens get a lot of enjoymint from playing baseball. 2.They’re next game is Tuesday June 7

18 Why use a Comma? A comma is a punctuation mark that helps keep distinct ideas separate. Commas signal meaning, so it is critical to use them correctly!

19 How do I use Commas correctly? There are set guidelines for using commas. You must know and understand the rules of comma usage. In particular, you must know and understand how to use – Commas between items in a series – Commas after introductory word groups – Commas around appositives and interrupters – Commas in compound sentences – Commas in complex sentences

20 1.Using Commas between Items in a Series When you have a list of three or more items in a series, you must include a comma between each item. With the last item, the comma will come before the “and/or.” – We ate fish, shrimp, and oysters. – She wants to be a teacher, librarian, or counselor. Do not include a comma when you have only two items in the series. – We ate fish and shrimp. – She wants to be a teacher or librarian.

21 2. Using Commas after Introductory Word Groups Use a comma after an introductory word, phrase, or clause to let your reader know when the main part of the sentence is starting. – However, it’s only the fifth week of the semester. (introductory word) – According to my teacher, I am doing well in my math course. (introductory phrase) – Because I didn’t study for the exam, I didn’t pass. (introductory clause)

22 3. Using Commas with Appositives & Interrupters (Renaming) What is an appositive? – An appositive comes directly after a noun and renames it. Ms. Bonnie, our class tutor, really helped me improve my writing. My favorite restaurant, TGI Fridays, just opened in College Station. Ana, one of my 0321 students, won a scholarship to SHSU. My English teacher, Mr. Herring, assigns a lot of homework.

23 Appositives & Interrupters cont. What is an Interrupter? – An interrupter is an aside or transition that interrupts the flow of a sentence but doesn’t affect its meaning. By the way, most of the students did well on the first writing assignment. Some of the students, however, did not do well. Many students, incidentally, received a better grade because they got help from the tutor. Others, on the other hand, received lower grades because they didn’t take time for tutoring.

24 4. Using Commas in Compound Sentences When you have a compound sentence—two independent clauses joined together with a coordinating conjunction—you must use a comma before the coordinating conjunction. – We went out to dinner, and then we went to see a movie. – We wanted to go out to dinner, but we didn’t feel like going to the movies afterwards.

25 Compound Sentence continued If you have a coordinating conjunction joining two clauses, but one is independent and the other is not, no comma is needed! – We went out to dinner and then to see a movie. – We wanted to go out to dinner but not to the movies.

26 5. Using Commas in Complex Sentences Complex sentences join an independent clause with a dependent clause or relative clause. – A dependent clause begins with a subordinating conjunction (dependent word) and cannot stand alone. – A relative clause begins with a relative pronoun (who, which, that) and cannot stand alone.

27 Commas with Dependent Clauses When a dependent clause is used as an introductory clause, it is followed by a comma. – Because I didn’t study for the exam, I didn’t pass. – When you get to work, give me a call. However, when a dependent clause comes at the end of the sentence, it is generally not preceded by a comma. – I didn’t pass because I didn’t study for the exam. – Give me a call when you get to work.

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29 Spelling Words Suffixed less, ment, ness countless payment goodness fairness hopeless treatment statement breathless restless enjoyment

30 Spelling Words Multisyllabic Words pavement flawless tireless amazement amusement greatness punishment timeless needless painless

31 CHALLENGE announcement appointment requirement awkwardness expressionless

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33 Day 2 - Question of the Day Why does the Colonel get upset with Miguel’s family?

34 Vocabulary Skill: Word Structure—Context Clues Sometimes you can use context clues-the words and sentences around an unknown word-to help you figure out the meaning of the word. The author may put a definition of the word in parentheses or between commas or dashes.

35 Vocabulary Skill: Word Structure—Context Clues If there are no clues surrounding the unknown word, predict the meaning of the word and see if it makes sense in the sentence. Another strategy to determine the meaning of an unknown word is to restate what you believe the sentence means in your own words.

36 affords gives as an effect or a result; provides; yields

37 colonel a military rank below general

38 glint a gleam; flash

39 lurking hiding or moving about in a secret and sly manner

40 palettes thin boards, usually oval or oblong, with a thumb hole at one end, used by painters to lay and mix colors on

41 quaint strange or odd in an interesting, pleasing, or amusing way

42 resemblance similar appearance; likeness

43 embarrassment shame; an uneasy feeling

44 landlord person who owns buildings or land that is rented to others

45 confused thrown into disorder; mixed up, bewildered

46 recognize realize that something or someone has been seen or known before

47 wandered moved here and there without any special purpose

48 Weekly Fluency Check - Emotion ● Good readers read with emotion. ● They are able to express the emotion of the character they are reading about. ● If a character is sad, your voice should convey that emotion.

49 3. My goodnuss that was a great catch! 4. Ill bet you can’t do that again Jim.

50 Commas -, A comma is a punctuation mark It tells us to take a brief pause when we are reading – not as long as a full stop. It is the most common punctuation mark but has to be used carefully.

51 Commas Commas can change the meaning of a sentence Title of book – Eats shoots and leaves. – Eats, shoots and leaves.

52 Changing meaning 2 The old lady collected all sorts of things: silver, paper, hats, clocks and tablecloths. The old lady collected all sorts of things: silver paper, hats, clocks and tablecloths. The old lady collected all sorts of things: silver, paper hats, clocks and tablecloths.

53 Different Uses - 1 When there is a list of words in a sentence – We will need hammers, nails and a saw. – She stopped, stared and ran. – Mr Cherry was a warm, hospitable man. – Sam frightened the cat, teased the dog and annoyed the neighbours.

54 Different Uses - 2 Commas are used to break up longer sentences into smaller parts to make more sense. – When he saw the pirate ship on the horizon, the captain gave the alarm. – She called as loudly as she could, but no-one could hear her.

55 Different Uses - 3 Commas are used to separate any extra information that is added. The words enclosed by the commas could be left out without changing the general meaning of the sentence.

56 Adding information Paul Mann, our star player, broke his leg in the match on Saturday. Paul Mann broke his leg in the match on Saturday. The man, who was wearing a blue hat, slid silently into the room. The man slid silently into the room.

57 Other Uses To break up groups of numbers into thousands. – 1,999,999 When writing a date. – February 14 th, 1990 Inside speech marks. – “We are leaving tomorrow,” said Fred.

58 Practice, the plumber,, Jennifer,, the typist,, my hairdresser,, our teacher, is good at looking after children. blow dries my hair every week. has a son called Sam. fixed a leak in our pipes last week. works in a large office. Miss Jones Peter Mrs White Our nanny Mr Smith

59 Summary - Commas Show a brief pause within a sentence Separate items in a list Separate additional information Break up longer sentences into smaller parts Break up numbers into thousands Inside speech marks.

60 Group Work Readers & WB 274 Spelling Day 2 Language Day 2 Tri-Fold Section 2 SmartBoard- Vocabulary Word ScrambleVocabulary Word Scramble

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65 How does Tia Lola get the Colonel to change his “hard heart”? Day 3 - Question of the Day

66 Review Questions 1.Where does most of the story take place? 2.How did the photo of Colonel Charlebois help Tia Lola determine how to make him happy? 3.Why did the author describe the old photos? 4.Why did the children have to write Colonel Charlebois a letter? 5.How are Tia Lola and Colonel Charlebois alike?

67 Review Questions 6. Why do the children like Tia Lola? 7. What is the theme of the story? 8. What was Tia Lola’s plan to “change a hard heart”? 9. What kind of person is Tia Lola? 10. What did Tia Lola do to change the Colonel’s mind about the color of the house? 11. What did Tia Lola determine when the Colonel decided to play pall with the boys?

68 He seemed to recognize them, like old friends.

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70 He knows just when the sun should produce a glint, or shine, on a pond or a barn roof.

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72 Miguel feels a flash of embarrassment about his crazy aunt.

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74 The large window affords a view of the surrounding farms and the quaint New England town beyond.

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76 In the military, Joe was ranked a colonel.

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78 One flower contains enough colors to fill two palettes.

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80 He wandered around the apartment all day, in and out of rooms, talking to himself, just like a kid in diapers.

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82 They were focused, not faraway or confused.

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84 You may see him lurking and waiting, as though to surprise an enemy.

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86 Miguel could not see even a faint resemblance of Colonel Charlebois when looking at the baseball pictures.

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88 Miguel was afraid that their landlord would make them move.

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92 5. Sam is the leagues most good shortstop. 6. Last summer he played 25 games or did’nt make an error.

93 Group Work Partner Read & WB Spelling Day 3 Language Day 3 Tri-Fold Section 3 SmartBoard- CommasCommas

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99 Day 4 - Question of the Day - Review Why do you think Mr. Arakawa decides to speak with young Sadaharu Oh?

100 7. We eats hot dogs. And drink soda. 8. I like watching Pedro, he’s from the Dominican republic.

101 Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? A. Among the books were the following items, a pen, a pencil, a pad of paper, and folder. B. Among the books were the following items: a pen, a pencil, a pad of paper, and a folder. C.Among the books were the following items; a pen, pencil, a pad of paper, and a folder. D.Among the books were the following items - a pen, pencil, a pad of paper, and a folder.

102 Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? A. Among the books were the following items, a pen, a pencil, a pad of paper, and folder. B. Among the books were the following items: a pen, a pencil, a pad of paper, and a folder. C.Among the books were the following items; a pen, pencil, a pad of paper, and a folder. D.Among the books were the following items - a pen, pencil, a pad of paper, and a folder.

103 Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? A. Open your folder, take out your homework and pass it forward. B.Open your folder; take out your homework; and pass it forward. C.Open your folder, take out your homework, and pass it forward. D.Open your folder: take out your homework and pass it forward.

104 Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? A. Open your folder, take out your homework and pass it forward. B.Open your folder; take out your homework; and pass it forward. C.Open your folder, take out your homework, and pass it forward. D.Open your folder: take out your homework and pass it forward.

105 Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? A.Mario likes to play- football, tennis, baseball and volleyball. B.Mario likes to play football, tennis, baseball, and volleyball. C.Mario likes to play: football, tennis, baseball and volleyball. D.Mario likes to play; football, tennis, baseball, and volleyball.

106 Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? A.Mario likes to play- football, tennis, baseball and volleyball. B.Mario likes to play football, tennis, baseball, and volleyball. C.Mario likes to play: football, tennis, baseball and volleyball. D.Mario likes to play; football, tennis, baseball, and volleyball.

107 Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? A.Please take out the trash, and don't forget to put the lid on the can. B.Please take out, the trash, and don't forget to put the lid on the can. C.Please, take out the trash and don't, forget to put the lid on the can. D.Please, take out the trash, and don't forget to put the lid on, the can.

108 Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? A.Please take out the trash, and don't forget to put the lid on the can. B.Please take out, the trash, and don't forget to put the lid on the can. C.Please, take out the trash and don't, forget to put the lid on the can. D.Please, take out the trash, and don't forget to put the lid on, the can.

109 Choose the sentence with punctuation errors. A.The waitress asked, "Would you like anything else?" B.Bobby asked for eggs and toast for breakfast. C.Henry took a long nap but he was still tired. D.Mrs. Todd calmed the excited, noisy children.

110 Choose the sentence with punctuation errors. A.The waitress asked, "Would you like anything else?" B.Bobby asked for eggs and toast for breakfast. C.Henry took a long nap but he was still tired. D.Mrs. Todd calmed the excited, noisy children.

111 Group Work Reading Computer Test Essay Questions Language Day 4 Tri-Fold Section 4

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114 Essay Questions 1.Why did the children like Tia Lola so much? 2.What did Tia Lola do to change Colonel Charlebois’ decision about the color of the house? 3.What did Tia Lola know when Colonel Charlebois decided to play ball with the boys?

115 Day 5 - Question of the Week How can one person’s view of the world affect others?

116 Study Stills Dictionary/Glossary 711L A dictionary is a collection of words and their meaning, listed in alphabetical order. A glossary is a short dictionary found at the back of some books that includes important words from the book.

117 Study Stills Dictionary/Glossary 711L Guide words at the top of pages show the first and last words on the page. Entry words are in dark type. They show how a words is spelled and how the word is divided into syllables. The pronunciation is in parentheses. It shows how the words is said and which syllables are stressed.

118 Study Stills Dictionary/Glossary 711L The part of speech tells how each word may be used in sentences, such as a noun or verb. Sometimes a word can be used in more than one way. Definitions tell words’ meaning, beginning with the most common usage.

119 Study Stills Dictionary/Glossary 711L Some entries may include example sentences or illustrations that help you understand the words’ meanings. They may also include irregular and other special forms of the word, such as words with endings added. A pronunciation key at the top or bottom of the page helps you figure out the pronunciations in parentheses after entry words.

120 Study Skill Dictionary/Glossary WB What is one difference between a dictionary and a glossary? Dictionary entries have more information than glossary entries. 2.What is the entry word before Cumberland? Why does it come before? Culture; Dictionaries and glossaries are in alphabetical order. 3.What is the pronunciation of curb? What tells you that this is the pronunciation? (kerb); Pronunciations are in parentheses. 4.Where will you find out an entry word’s part of speech? In a dictionary, how would you know if a word is a noun? Parts of speech are after the pronunciation; Noun is abbreviated n.

121 Study Skill Dictionary/Glossary WB What part of speech is cumbersomely? adverb 6. In a glossary, what do you think the page numbers after the definitions mean? They are probably where the word appears. 7. The dictionary show several definitions for the word culture. Why do you think there is only one in the glossary? There is one definition because that is they way the word is used in the book. 8. What do you think the words in a glossary have in common? They are probably all uncommon words used in the book.

122 Study Skill Dictionary/Glossary WB In the dictionary, what is the purpose of the sentences that are in italics? Write a sentence that could be added to the definition cumbersome to show how it is used. Example: The heavy coat was cumbersome. 10. Describe when you would use a glossary rather than a dictionary. I would use a glossary when I need to find the meaning of a word used in a book that I am reading.

123 9. I have never seed so many woman playing baseball. 10. There were several woman’s teams, some of the players were good.

124 Group Work Reading WB Language Day 5 Writing Assignment Tri-Fold Section 5 SmartBoard- Character’s FeelingsCharacter’s Feelings

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129 Writing Assignment Write a Character SketchCharacter Sketch A character sketch is a written description of a character in a story. To write a character sketch, you must observe what the character is like throughout the story.

130 Writing Assignment Write a Character SketchCharacter Sketch Here are some things to think about before beginning your character sketch: – Physical description – What the character says – What the character does – What the character thinks – What the other characters say to or about the character – What the character is like

131 Fun Stuff and Practice Other Books by Julia AlvarezJulia Alvarez Summary Meet Julia AlvarezJulia Alvarez Metaphors – More metaphors More metaphors Comma Usage Vocabulary- Fill in the Blank Vocabulary Word Scramble Vocabulary Quia Character’s Feelings Commas

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