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1 Unit 3: Lesson 5

2 end endlessly care careless carelessly end endlessly care careless carelessly fancy fanciful force forceful fancy fanciful force forceful ableunabledoundotieuntie ableunabledoundotieuntie imaginablelovableadorable imaginablelovableadorable constantlywiselyproudlyscarcely constantlywiselyproudlyscarcely newnoonrulefoollooms newnoonrulefoollooms

3 Other servants toiled endlessly to keep the emperor’s vast wardrobe cleaned and pressed. Other servants toiled endlessly to keep the emperor’s vast wardrobe cleaned and pressed. “We can weave the most beautiful cloth imaginable!” the first told the emperor. “We can weave the most beautiful cloth imaginable!” the first told the emperor. “But they are obviously the perfect clothes for a wise ruler like yourself!” “But they are obviously the perfect clothes for a wise ruler like yourself!” Weavers weave new rugs on looms. Weavers weave new rugs on looms.

4 What do these words have in common? end endlessly care careless carelessly end endlessly care careless carelessly suffix: -less (without)-ly (a way something is done) fancy fanciful force forceful fancy fanciful force forceful suffix: -ful (full of) ** change y to i ableunabledoundotieuntie ableunabledoundotieuntie prefix: un- (not or opposite of) imaginablelovableadorable imaginablelovableadorable suffix: -able (able to) constantlywiselyproudlyscarcely constantlywiselyproudlyscarcely suffix: -ly (a way something is done) newnoonrulefoollooms newnoonrulefoollooms words with the /oo/ sound

5 These sentences are from the story. Other servants toiled endlessly to keep the emperor’s vast wardrobe cleaned and pressed. Other servants toiled endlessly to keep the emperor’s vast wardrobe cleaned and pressed. “We can weave the most beautiful cloth imaginable!” the first told the emperor. “We can weave the most beautiful cloth imaginable!” the first told the emperor. “But they are obviously the perfect clothes for a wise ruler like yourself!” “But they are obviously the perfect clothes for a wise ruler like yourself!” Who could identify the words with suffixes and tell what the base word is? endlessly, obviously, beautiful, imaginable

6 Weavers weave new rugs on looms. Weavers weave new rugs on looms. Which words have the /oo/ or /ū/ sound and how is it spelled? new, looms What is the spelling for the /oo/ and /ū/ sound?

7 What do you know about fairy tales? What do you know about fairy tales? How are plots of fairy tales similar? How are plots of fairy tales similar? Are the characters and setting similar? Are the characters and setting similar? Have you ever known someone who worried too much about how they look? Have you ever known someone who worried too much about how they look? Some stories try to teach a lesson while they entertain. How can imagination mislead people or make them believe things that are not really true? How can imagination mislead people or make them believe things that are not really true?

8 The story we will be reading is a fairy tale (a type of folklore) The story we will be reading is a fairy tale (a type of folklore) Fairy tales are not based on fact. Sometimes they have magical events that happen (Ex: Cinderella) Fairy tales are not based on fact. Sometimes they have magical events that happen (Ex: Cinderella) This fairy tale was written by Hans Christian Anderson more than a hundred years ago. The following story is a modern version of the story he wrote. This fairy tale was written by Hans Christian Anderson more than a hundred years ago. The following story is a modern version of the story he wrote.

9 wardrobe: a collection of clothes scholars: highly educated people finery: dressy or showy clothing royal: suitable for royalty procession: a group moving along in an orderly, ceremonial way garments: articles of clothing

10 wardrobe wardrobe scholars scholars finery finery royal royal procession procession garments garments Day 1: Now let’s practice the words with our corresponding motion.

11 Focus Question Have you ever wanted something so much that you actually believed it existed, even if it didn’t? Explain. Have you ever wanted something so much that you actually believed it existed, even if it didn’t? Explain. How can you use your imagination to help you achieve a goal? How can you use your imagination to help you achieve a goal?

12 How was the emperor different from other emperors? How was the emperor different from other emperors? He was very concerned about his clothes. How did the weavers convince the emperor he was wearing clothes? How did the weavers convince the emperor he was wearing clothes? They said that only truly wise people could see the clothes, and he was afraid to appear unwise. How did the emperor discover the truth about the clothes? How did the emperor discover the truth about the clothes? A child in the crowd pointed out that the emperor wasn’t wearing any clothes. What did the emperor do about it? What did the emperor do about it? He decided to keep acting like an emperor and walked proudly. Day 1: Read Aloud – Comprehension Questions

13 Definite articles signal a particular person, place, or thing. Definite articles signal a particular person, place, or thing. Indefinite articles signal any person, place, or thing. Indefinite articles signal any person, place, or thing. Who can identify the indefinite articles? Notice the spelling difference. 1. An imagination is a powerful thing to use. (An and a are the indefinite articles.) 2. A sense of wonder is an important part of using an imagination. (A and an are the indefinite articles.) **Let’s practice using articles in our Comprehension Workbook p Day 1: Articles Articles function as noun signals: they tell you a noun is coming.

14 end endlessly care careless carelessly end endlessly care careless carelessly fancy fanciful force forceful fancy fanciful force forceful ableunabledoundotieuntie ableunabledoundotieuntie imaginablelovableadorable imaginablelovableadorable constantlywiselyproudlyscarcely constantlywiselyproudlyscarcely newnoonrulefoollooms newnoonrulefoollooms

15 Other servants toiled endlessly to keep the emperor’s vast wardrobe cleaned and pressed. Other servants toiled endlessly to keep the emperor’s vast wardrobe cleaned and pressed. “We can weave the most beautiful cloth imaginable!” the first told the emperor. “We can weave the most beautiful cloth imaginable!” the first told the emperor. “But they are obviously the perfect clothes for a wise ruler like yourself!” “But they are obviously the perfect clothes for a wise ruler like yourself!” Weavers weave new rugs on looms. Weavers weave new rugs on looms.

16 Point to a word and choose a student to read the word and use it in a sentence. end endlessly care careless carelessly end endlessly care careless carelessly fancy fanciful force forceful fancy fanciful force forceful able unable doundotieuntie able unable doundotieuntie imaginablelovableadorable imaginablelovableadorable constantlywiselyproudlyscarcely constantlywiselyproudlyscarcely new noonrulefoollooms new noonrulefoollooms

17 wardrobe: a collection of clothes scholars: highly educated people finery: dressy or showy clothing royal: suitable for royalty procession: a group moving along in an orderly, ceremonial way garments: articles of clothing

18 wardrobe wardrobe scholars scholars finery finery royal royal procession procession garments garments Day 2: Vocabulary Practice

19 Vocabulary Practice Match the vocabulary word with its correct definition. wardrobe -dressy clothing wardrobe -dressy clothing scholar -someone who has a lot of education scholar -someone who has a lot of education finery -a parade finery -a parade royal -a collection of clothes royal -a collection of clothes procession -meant for a king procession -meant for a king

20 1. Our school band marched in the _______________. 2. The professor of science is a great ______________. 3. Cinderella’s sisters wore their best _____________to the ball. 4. The king sat in his _______________ palace. 5. My uncle has a _________________ of 3-piece suits. Vocabulary Practice wardrobe scholar finery wardrobe scholar finery royal procession royal procession

21 Classify and Categorize Readers put like things or ideas together in order to understand new information. Readers put like things or ideas together in order to understand new information. Example: Example: Day 2: CD of Story - Comprehension Skill Qualities of a Good Emperor Qualities of Good Ministers IntelligentWise AbleTrustworthy Brave Not afraid to tell the truth Not too worried about clothes Not afraid to tell the truth **Let’s practice classifying and categorizing in our Comprehension Workbook on p

22 How do you think Hans Christian Andersen’s father influenced his work? How do you think Hans Christian Andersen’s father influenced his work? His father loved books and theater and passed these feelings on to his son. Why do you think Andersen sometimes wrote about things that made him sad? Why do you think Andersen sometimes wrote about things that made him sad? He wanted others to know that being or looking different can be a good thing. He wanted others to know that feeling sad is normal. Day 2: Meet the Original Author

23 Why do you think Westcott wants her readers to identify with the characters? Why do you think Westcott wants her readers to identify with the characters? She thinks that if readers identify with the characters and can laugh at them, readers will laugh at themselves when they do silly things. How might being a greeting card illustrator have prepared Westcott for being a children’s book illustrator? How might being a greeting card illustrator have prepared Westcott for being a children’s book illustrator? Both types of illustrations help tell stories. How might studying education and fine arts have helped Westcott to illustrate and adapt children’s books? How might studying education and fine arts have helped Westcott to illustrate and adapt children’s books? She might have a better idea of what students need to learn when they read and what they would like to read about, or what kind of pictures they would like to see. Day 2: Meet the Author and Illustrator

24 Remember articles functions as noun signals: they tell you a noun is coming. Remember articles functions as noun signals: they tell you a noun is coming. What are the 2 kinds of articles? What are the 2 kinds of articles? definite (the) and indefinite (a/an) definite (the) and indefinite (a/an) Tell which indefinite article, a or an, should precede it. Tell which indefinite article, a or an, should precede it. _____ scholar _____ scholar _____ actress _____ actress _____ theater _____ theater _____ outfit _____ outfit _____ kingdom _____ kingdom _____ evening _____ evening Day 2: Review Articles

25 Word Analysis Say the word: dew Say the word: dew Listen to the /oo/ sound. How is the /oo/ sound spelled? Listen to the /oo/ sound. How is the /oo/ sound spelled?-ew Say the word: few Say the word: few Listen and notice the difference in the /ū/ sound. Look at Sound Spelling Card #41, showing the /oo/ and /ū/ sounds. Look at Sound Spelling Card #41, showing the /oo/ and /ū/ sounds. Day 2: Spelling

26 Word Analysis Read the word: learned Read the word: learned What are some words that are related to learned? What are some words that are related to learned? (smart, studious) Read the definition for learned: Read the definition for learned: - having or showing knowledge. How would you rank these words in order of smartness? How would you rank these words in order of smartness? learnedaveragegenius (average – learned – genius) **Let’s practice ranking words by its shade in the Spelling Workbook p Day 2: Shades of Meaning

27 lawawfulfaultjoinplay choicetoiledroyalbow houraboutallowedcrowdproudly cowloudlyhawkawkward The ruler of the town grew tired. It was her choice to toil all night on the project. “Why, you must wear them tomorrow in the Royal Procession!” Day 3

28 What do these words have in common? lawawfulfaultjoin play lawawfulfaultjoin play choicetoiledroyalbow choicetoiledroyalbow houraboutallowedcrowd proudly houraboutallowedcrowd proudly cowloudlyhawkawkward cowloudlyhawkawkward These words provide practice with diphthongs. Let’s identify the diphthong in each word. Day 3

29 Who can identify the words with diphthongs? Then use the word in your own sentence. The ruler of the town grew tired. The ruler of the town grew tired. It was her choice to toil all night on the project. It was her choice to toil all night on the project. “Why, you must wear them tomorrow in the Royal Procession!” “Why, you must wear them tomorrow in the Royal Procession!” Can you think of other words with the same vowel sound. Day 3

30 wardrobe: a collection of clothes scholars: highly educated people finery: dressy or showy clothing royal: suitable for royalty procession: a group moving along in an orderly, ceremonial way garments: articles of clothing

31 wardrobe wardrobe scholars scholars finery finery royal royal procession procession garments garments Day 3: Let’s practice these words with our picture cards.

32 Why did the emperor worry so much about clothes? Why did the emperor worry so much about clothes? What does this concern tell us about the emperor? What does this concern tell us about the emperor? How did the weavers trick the emperor? How did the weavers trick the emperor? Why was everyone afraid to tell the truth? Why was everyone afraid to tell the truth? Why were the people proud of the emperor? Why were the people proud of the emperor? Day 3: Buddy Read – Followed by Handing Off

33 Turn to p. 239 Turn to p. 239 Reflect on the painting: Baird Trogon. Reflect on the painting: Baird Trogon. Share your thoughts and reactions. Share your thoughts and reactions. This painting by Robert Lostutter is an example of the artist’s birdmen. This painting by Robert Lostutter is an example of the artist’s birdmen. Why do you think he shows only a portion of the figure? Why do you think he shows only a portion of the figure? So that it is unclear what is happening in this painting, and perhaps he wanted viewers to use their imaginations. Can you guess what a trogon is? Can you guess what a trogon is? a brightly colored, tropical bird.

34 What is an article and when is it used? What is an article and when is it used? An article functions as a noun signal. It is used right before a noun. What are the 2 kinds of articles? What are the 2 kinds of articles? definite (the) and indefinite (a/an) definite (the) and indefinite (a/an) Change the definite article to an indefinite article using, a or an. Change the definite article to an indefinite article using, a or an. the apple _____________ the chair _____________ the book_____________ the elephant_____________ Day 3: Review Articles

35 Word Analysis Say the word: wardrobe Say the word: wardrobe Now read the sentence from the story: Now read the sentence from the story: Other servants toiled endlessly to keep the emperor’s vast wardrobe cleaned and pressed. Which surrounding words relate to the word wardrobe. Which surrounding words relate to the word wardrobe. Let’s create a range of words showing the shades of meaning for words that relate to wardrobe. Let’s create a range of words showing the shades of meaning for words that relate to wardrobe. Start with: clothing  _____________  ___________ (clothing  outfit  wardrobe) (clothing  outfit  wardrobe) Day 3: Shades of Meaning

36 Word Analysis Look at Sound Spelling Card #41, showing the /oo/ and /ū/ sounds. Look at Sound Spelling Card #41, showing the /oo/ and /ū/ sounds. What are the spellings for the /oo/ and /ū/ sounds? What are the spellings for the /oo/ and /ū/ sounds? oo u__e u __ew __ue oo u__e u __ew __ue Think of words with the /oo/ and /ū/ around the classroom. Think of words with the /oo/ and /ū/ around the classroom. (unit tests, shoes, rulers) **Let’s practice the spelling sounds in our Spelling Workbook p Day 3: Spelling

37 lawawfulfaultjoin play lawawfulfaultjoin play choicetoiledroyalbow choicetoiledroyalbow houraboutallowedcrowd proudly houraboutallowedcrowd proudly cowloudlyhawkawkward cowloudlyhawkawkward The ruler of the town grew tired. The ruler of the town grew tired. It was her choice to toil all night on the project. It was her choice to toil all night on the project. “Why, you must wear them tomorrow in the Royal Procession!” “Why, you must wear them tomorrow in the Royal Procession!” Day 4

38 1. Point to a word 2. Underline it 3. Then ask a question using that word beginning with: who, what, where, when, why, which, how… Day 4 law awful faultjoin play law awful faultjoin play choice toiled royalbow choice toiled royalbow hour about allowed crowd proudly hour about allowed crowd proudly cow loudly hawk awkward cow loudly hawk awkward

39 Now let’s do a fast “antonym role call.” I’ll call out one word and ask someone to name its antonym listed above. Ready? 1. wonderful 2. comfortable 3. quietly 4. relaxed 5. humbly/modestly 6. common/plain 7. separate 8. forbid Day 4 law awful faultjoin play law awful faultjoin play choice toiled royalbow choice toiled royalbow hour about allowed crowd proudly hour about allowed crowd proudly cow loudly hawk awkward cow loudly hawk awkward

40 Take out your dictation booklets and blue pens and let’s begin our dictation! Take out your dictation booklets and blue pens and let’s begin our dictation! If you need help, remember to ask: If you need help, remember to ask: “What is the spelling for the __ sound in _______?” “What is the spelling for the __ sound in _______?” Line 1: ____________ _____________ Line 1: ____________ _____________ Line 2: ____________ _____________ Line 2: ____________ _____________ Challenge word: ________________ Challenge word: ________________ Sentence:___________________________ __________________________________ Sentence:___________________________ __________________________________

41 wardrobe: a collection of clothes scholars: highly educated people finery: dressy or showy clothing royal: suitable for royalty procession: a group moving along in an orderly, ceremonial way garments: articles of clothing

42 wardrobe scholars finery royal procession garments Day 4: Let’s practice matching words with definitions on our pocket chart.

43 What is the setting of the story? What is the setting of the story? Today you will choose a story from Unit 3 and illustrate the setting. Today you will choose a story from Unit 3 and illustrate the setting. You may not include any characters from the story, so include as much detail about the setting as possible. You may not include any characters from the story, so include as much detail about the setting as possible. Do not tell anyone which story you are illustrating. Later we will display the pictures and invite classmates to tell which story goes with each picture. Do not tell anyone which story you are illustrating. Later we will display the pictures and invite classmates to tell which story goes with each picture. Day 4: Popcorn Read – Literary ElementsWhere?When?

44 Word Analysis The visualization strategy will help you learn to become a better speller of words with the /oo/ and /ū/ sounds. The visualization strategy will help you learn to become a better speller of words with the /oo/ and /ū/ sounds. Look at the words:noon nune Look at the words:noon nune By visualizing that nune does not look like the correct spelling for noon can help you know how to spell the word correctly. By visualizing that nune does not look like the correct spelling for noon can help you know how to spell the word correctly. Day 4: Spelling

45 Word Analysis Read the word: toiled Read the word: toiled With a partner create a range of words to show the shades of meaning for words that relate to toiled. With a partner create a range of words to show the shades of meaning for words that relate to toiled. (attempted – tried – toiled) or (tried – worked – toiled) Day 4: Shades of Meaning

46 Writers create mood through setting, description, character emotion, and choice of words. Writers create mood through setting, description, character emotion, and choice of words. There are many moods, such as: There are many moods, such as: excitement, suspense, humor, and mystery. What is mood? What is mood? The feeling the writer creates in the story. What do you think the mood of this story is? Why? What do you think the mood of this story is? Why? ** Let’s practice this skill more in our Comprehension Workbook p


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