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1 What are some different ways that people celebrate? Click to listen to the story.

2 Small Group Timer Timer

3 Review Games Vocabulary & Amazing Words: u u Arcade Games Arcade Games u u Jigword Jigword u u Matchword Matchword u u Speedword Speedword u u Wordsearch Wordsearch u u Word Web Word Web u u Spelling City: Amazing Spelling City: Amazing u u Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling Words: u Speedword Speedword u Word Web Word Web u Quia Games Quia Games u Spelling City Spelling City High Frequency Words u Spelling City Spelling City

4 Jingle Dancer Amazing Words u ceremony u culture u festival u compliment u fidget u evergreen u multicolored u sash

5 Jingle Dancer Vocabulary Words u drum u clattering u voice u silver u borrow u moccasins u regalia u shuffled

6 Jingle Dancer High Frequency Words  clothes u hours u money u neighbor u only u question u taught

7 Jingle Dancer Glue Words   mother u to u your u first  second Spelling Words u midair midyear u misplace mismatch u mislead misdeed u midway mistake u misprint midnight u midday midstream u midweek misbehavior u misbehave

8 Big Question: What are some different ways that people celebrate? u Monday Monday u Tuesday Tuesday u Wednesday Wednesday u Thursday Thursday u Friday Friday

9 Jingle Dancer Monday Morning Warm-Up How often does your family get together? Many people get together to celebrate special occasions. People all around the world celebrate. What are some different ways that people celebrate?

10 Jingle Dancer Monday Morning Warm-Up How often does your family get together? Many people get together to celebrate special occasions. People all around the world celebrate. What are some different ways that people celebrate?

11 Today we will learn about: u Amazing Words u Prefixes mis-, mid- u Character, Setting, and Plot u Prior Knowledge u Indent Paragraphs

12 Amazing Words

13 ceremony u u cer – e – mo - ny u u A ceremony is something that people do to celebrate a special occasion. Examples are a wedding ceremony or a ceremony to officially open a new park. u u My aunt’s wedding ceremony was held outdoors. u u The mayor attended the groundbreaking ceremony for the new playground.

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15 culture u u cul - ture u u We call the beliefs, customs, and behaviors of groups of people at a certain time their culture. u u The Japanese tea ceremony is a part of their culture. u u There are many Native American cultures in the United States.

16 Japanese Tea Ceremony

17 festival u u fes – ti – val u u A festival is a program of entertainment often held annually. u u People have festivals to celebrate religious holidays. u u In August our town has a corn festival.

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19 Listen to a song about a festival.

20 Prefixes mis-, mid- u u repaint - disagree u u What do you know about reading these words? u u Today we’ll learn about adding prefixes mis- and mid- to the beginning of words. u u Each prefix has a special meaning: u u mis- - not or wrong u u mid- - half or middle

21 Prefixes mis-, mid- u u mis place u u This is a two-syllable word made from the base word place and the prefix mis-. u u You can chunk the word into its parts— the prefix and the base word. u u Cover the prefix, then read the base word, read the prefix, and blend the two together to read the word.

22 Prefixes mis-, mid- u midnight u midway u mistake u midlife u mislead u midair u misprint  midday u misdeed u midyear u misfit u mismatch u midweek

23 Prefixes mis-, mid- Prefixes mis-, mid- Add one of these prefixes to each of these words to make a new word. u u stream u u midstream u u point u u midpoint u u judge u u misjudge u u size u u midsize  air u midair u give u misgive u mark u mismark u file u misfile

24 Prefixes u u midlife u u reread u u midafternoon u u mistype u u prepaid u u helpfulness u u miscopy u u unfold u hopefully u midsummer u dislike u aimlessly u misshape u misjudge u misleading

25 Jingle Dancer Glue Words   mother u to u your u first  second Spelling Words u midair midyear u misplace mismatch u mislead misdeed u midway mistake u misprint midnight u midday midstream u midweek misbehavior u misbehave

26 Character, Setting, Plot Prior Knowledge u u Remember A Birthday Basket for Tia. This story told about a girl named Cecilia as she prepared for her aunt’s birthday. u u What character traits describe Cecilia?

27 Character, Setting, Plot Prior Knowledge u u Good readers can identify the characters in a story. u u They also know where and when the story takes place. u u Good readers can place events of a story in order from beginning to end. u u We can use prior knowledge (things we knew before) to help us understand what we read. u u We can make connections from our lives to the story.

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29 Daily Fix-It u u it is february,” matt said.   “It is February,” Matt said. u u may i borrow your bell. u u May I borrow your bell?

30 Indent Paragraphs u u A paragraph is a group of sentences about the same idea. u u The sentences are in an order that makes sense. u u One sentence gives the main idea. u u The other sentences give details about the main idea. u u The first sentences of a paragraph is indented.

31 Wrap Up Your Day! u Prefixes u Prefixes mis- and mid- u Character, Setting, Plot u Let’s Talk About It u Tomorrow we will read about traditions of Native American dancers.

32 Jingle Dancer Monday Journal Topic Write about a festival.

33 Jingle Dancer Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about a girl who wants to dance at a powwow. She is grateful that people give her jingles. The jingles make a lovely sound. What sounds make you happy?

34 Jingle Dancer Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about a girl who wants to dance at a powwow. She is grateful that people give her jingles. The jingles make a lovely sound. What sounds make you happy?

35 Today we will learn about: u Prefixes u Prefixes mis- and mid- u Amazing Words u Vocabulary Words u Unfamiliar Words u Context Clues u Paragraph

36 Jingle Dancer Amazing Words u ceremony u culture u festival u compliment u fidget u evergreen u multicolored u sash

37 Amazing Words

38 compliment u u com – pli – ment u u A compliment is something kind said about you, or praise given to someone else. u u My mother paid me a compliment on my art project by saying she liked the pastel colors I used. u u I give my little brother a compliment when he does something good.

39 fidget u u fidg - et u u When you move around in a restless way, you fidget. u u I always fidget when I am supposed to sit still. u u Mom said I should not fidget when we are at the concert.

40 evergreen u u ev – er - green u u Evergreen is a word used to describe a type of tree or shrub that stays green all year long, such as pine trees. u u The evergreen branches looked pretty with snow on them. u u We used evergreen clippings to make a wreath for our door.

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42 Magda’s Tortillas

43 Prefixes mis-, mid- u u midday u u You can read this word because you know how to read words with prefixes. u u What prefix and base word form midday? u u When you come to a word with a prefix, figure out the base word. u u Then read the prefix and base word and blend the two word parts together to read it.

44 Prefixes mis-, mid- u u midmatch u u misapply u u misdirect u u midship u u midtown u u mislabel u u midweek

45 Listen for words with mid- or mis-.

46 Prefixes mis-, mid- Prefixes mis-, mid- Find the words with these prefixes in “Powwow.” u u midnight u u miday u u misbehave

47 Jingle Dancer Glue Words   mother u to u your u first  second Spelling Words u midair midyear u misplace mismatch u mislead misdeed u midway mistake u misprint midnight u midday midstream u midweek misbehavior u misbehave

48 Prefixes mis-, mid- Prefixes mis-, mid- Add one of these prefixes to each of these words to make a new word. u u match u u mismatch u u label u u mislabel u u way u u midway  compute u miscompute u report u misreport u week u midweek

49 Prefixes mis-, mid- u He kicked the football in midair at the midweek game. u The mistake in the newspaper was just a misprint. u A misdeed can be the result of misbehavior. u If you misplace a sock you might get a mismatch!

50 Vocabulary Words   drum – a hollow musical instrument with a cover stretched tight over either or both ends that makes a sound when it is beaten drum u u clattering – making a noise like plates or silverware striking together u u voice – the sound you make with your mouth when you speak, sing, or shout (next slide) (next slide)

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52 silver silversilver

53 moccasins moccasins

54 regalia

55 Vocabulary Words   jingles – to make or cause to make sounds like bells u u silver – a shiny white metal used to make coins, jewelry, and other thingssilver u u borrow – to get something from a person just for a while

56 Vocabulary Words   moccasins – a soft leather shoe without an attached heel moccasins u u regalia – fine clothes regalia u u shuffled – dragged your feet while walking

57 Vocabulary u u clattering u u enough u u jingles u u animals u u drum u u aunt  voice u above u borrow u family u silver

58 Context Clues u u There are strategies to use when you come across words you don’t understand. u u You can look in a dictionary or glossary. u u Sometimes we can get the meaning from word parts. We may understand the base word and prefix (replay, play again) or the two smaller words in a compound word (lunchbox, a box for lunch).

59 Context Clues u u We can look for context clues in the words and sentences around the unknown word. u u Today we will learn more about using context clues.

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61 Daily Fix-It u u id like to borrw your drum u u I’d like to borrow your drum. u u shake the sivler jingel bell u u Shake the silver jingle bell.

62 Indent Paragraphs u u A paragraph is a group of sentences about the same idea. u u The sentences are in an order that makes sense. u u One sentence gives the main idea. u u The other sentences give details about the main idea. u u The first sentences of a paragraph is indented.

63 Wrap Up Your Day! u Lesson Vocabulary u Prior Knowledge u Let’s Talk About It u Tomorrow we will hear more about Magda.

64 Jingle Dancer Tuesday Journal Topic Write about the best compliment you ever received.

65 Jingle Dancer Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read Magda's Tortillas again. Magda tried to imitate her abuela. She pinned her hair in a bun like her abuela. She flapped her apron and tried to tie it without looking. Is there someone special that you imitate?

66 Jingle Dancer Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read Magda's Tortillas again. Magda tried to imitate her abuela. She pinned her hair in a bun like her abuela. She flapped her apron and tried to tie it without looking. Is there someone special that you imitate?

67 Today we will learn about: u Suffixes u Suffixes –ness, -less u Prefixes u Prefixes mis-, mid- u Amazing Words u Vocabulary u Fluency u Paragraph

68 Jingle Dancer Amazing Words u ceremony u culture u festival u compliment u fidget u evergreen u multicolored u sash

69 Amazing Words

70 multicolored u u mul – ti – col – ored u u If something has many different colors, we say it is multicolored. u u In the winter, I wear a multicolored scarf. u u The multicolored picture contained reds, blues, greens, and yellows.

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72 sash u u sash u u A sash is a long piece of cloth that can be tied around your waist or worn over one shoulder. u u A sash is like a scarf. u u She wore a red sash around her waist as part of her costume.

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74 Suffixes –less, -ness Suffixes –less, -ness thankless, kindness, goodness, useless, fearless, awareness, careless, thoughtless, darkness, fitness -less -less -ness -ness

75 Suffixes –less, -ness Suffixes –less, -ness thankless, kindness, goodness, useless, fearless, awareness, careless, thoughtless, darkness, fitness -less -less -ness -ness thankless

76 Suffixes –less, -ness Suffixes –less, -ness thankless, kindness, goodness, useless, fearless, awareness, careless, thoughtless, darkness, fitness -less -less -ness -ness thankless kindness

77 Suffixes –less, -ness Suffixes –less, -ness thankless, kindness, goodness, useless, fearless, awareness, careless, thoughtless, darkness, fitness -less -less -ness -ness thankless kindness goodness

78 Suffixes –less, -ness Suffixes –less, -ness thankless, kindness, goodness, useless, fearless, awareness, careless, thoughtless, darkness, fitness -less -less -ness -ness thankless useless kindness goodness

79 Suffixes –less, -ness Suffixes –less, -ness thankless, kindness, goodness, useless, fearless, awareness, careless, thoughtless, darkness, fitness -less -less -ness -ness thankless useless fearless kindness goodness

80 Suffixes –less, -ness Suffixes –less, -ness thankless, kindness, goodness, useless, fearless, awareness, careless, thoughtless, darkness, fitness -less -less -ness -ness thankless useless fearless kindness goodness awareness

81 Suffixes –less, -ness Suffixes –less, -ness thankless, kindness, goodness, useless, fearless, awareness, careless, thoughtless, darkness, fitness -less -less -ness -ness thankless useless fearless careless kindness goodness awareness

82 Suffixes –less, -ness Suffixes –less, -ness thankless, kindness, goodness, useless, fearless, awareness, careless, thoughtless, darkness, fitness -less -less -ness -ness thankless useless fearless careless thoughtless kindness goodness awareness

83 Suffixes –less, -ness Suffixes –less, -ness thankless, kindness, goodness, useless, fearless, awareness, careless, thoughtless, darkness, fitness -less -less -ness -ness thankless useless fearless careless thoughtless kindness goodness awareness darkness

84 Suffixes –less, -ness Suffixes –less, -ness thankless, kindness, goodness, useless, fearless, awareness, careless, thoughtless, darkness, fitness -less -less -ness -ness thankless useless fearless careless thoughtless kindness goodness awareness darkness fitness

85 Jingle Dancer Vocabulary Words u drum u clattering u voice u silver u borrow u moccasins u regalia u shuffled

86 Vocabulary u What kinds of things can make clattering noises? u What are some things that a drum can be used for? u What do different kinds of voices sound like? u Do you let people borrow your things? Why or why not? u What are some silver things you’ve seen? u When do you like to hear something that jingles?

87 Jingle Dancer Glue Words   mother u to u your u first  second Spelling Words u midair midyear u misplace mismatch u mislead misdeed u midway mistake u misprint midnight u midday midstream u midweek misbehavior u misbehave

88 Homonyms u u Some words have more than one meaning. u u calves u u baby cows u u The barn is full of calves. u u the lower back of the leg u u My calves ache from running the race.

89 Homonyms Tell the different meanings of these words: u u fair u u bank u u duck

90 Daily Fix-It u u the drumms were clatterin u u The drums were clattering. u u are the jingle bells sliver? u u Are the jingle bells silver?

91 Indent Paragraphs u u A paragraph is a group of sentences about the same idea. u u The sentences are in an order that makes sense. u u One sentence gives the main idea. u u The other sentences give details about the main idea. u u The first sentences of a paragraph is indented.

92 Indent Paragraphs Put these sentences in an order that makes sense: u u Have you tried the baklava?baklava u u The crust is flaky. u u The food at this festival is delicious. u u It is right out of the oven and still warm.

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94 Indent Paragraphs Put these sentences in an order that makes sense: The food at this festival is delicious. Have you tried the baklava? It is right out of the oven and still warm. The crust is flaky.

95 Wrap Up Your Day! u Character, Setting, Plot u Read with Appropriate Phrasing u Let’s Talk About It u Tomorrow we will read a story about a Native American festival.

96 Jingle Dancer Wednesday Journal Topic Write about a time when you borrowed something.

97 Jingle Dancer Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about another Native American celebration. Family celebrations are a joyful time and bring us happiness. Do you invite family and friends to your home for celebrations?

98 Jingle Dancer Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about another Native American celebration. Family celebrations are a joyful time and bring us happiness. Do you invite family and friends to your home for celebrations?

99 Today we will learn about: u Prefixes u Prefixes mis-, mid- u Read with Appropriate Phrasing u Paragraphs u Listen for Speaker’s Purpose

100 Jingle Dancer Amazing Words u ceremony u culture u festival u compliment u fidget u evergreen u multicolored u sash

101 Bringing the Light

102 Sentence Reading u u My neighbor and I had quite an adventure selling clothes at the midyear auction. u u Mrs. Rauls taught us to draw with chalk. u u I finally caught the baseball after hours of awkward mistakes.

103 Sentence Reading u u We paid our money and saw an action picture. u u The only thing Mom said was, “It’s always naughty to misbehave.” u u I have a question about the culture show in August.

104 Jingle Dancer Glue Words   mother u to u your u first  second Spelling Words u midair midyear u misplace mismatch u mislead misdeed u midway mistake u misprint midnight u midday midstream u midweek misbehavior u misbehave

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107 Daily Fix-It u u my voise craked last night u u My voice cracked last night. u u he playing the drom loudly   He played the drum loudly.

108 Paragraphs u u A paragraph is a group of sentences about the same idea. u u The sentences are in an order that makes sense. u u One sentence gives the main idea. u u The other sentences give details about the main idea. u u The first sentences of a paragraph is indented.

109 Paragraphs Put these sentences in an order that makes sense. Write them in a paragraph. u u Marc performed a dance on Saturday. u u The family had a great time at the Crow Fair and Rodeo. u u Marc’s family arrived on Friday afternoon and set up their tipi. u u He wore a grass dance outfit and an eagle feather.

110 Paragraphs Marc’s family arrived on Friday afternoon and set up their tipi. Marc performed a dance on Saturday. He wore a grass dance outfit and an eagle feather. The family had a great time at the Crow Fair and Rodeo.

111 Listen for Speaker’s Purpose Speakers: u u Stand up straight. u u Choose appropriate language. u u Speak clearly. u u Focus on the listeners.

112 Listen for Speaker’s Purpose Listeners: u u Identify the speaker’s purpose. u u Interpret the speaker’s purpose. u u Evaluate the quality of a project or report.

113 Wrap Up Your Day! u Make Connections: Text to Text u Let’s Talk About It u Today we read about the Crow Nation and how they celebrate Buffalo Days. Tomorrow we will hear about a little girl and a special celebration.

114 Jingle Dancer Thursday Journal Topic Describe a special ceremony.

115 Jingle Dancer Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we read about festivals. We read about a ceremony called a powwow. We learned how the Crow Nation celebrates Buffalo Days. What are some different ways that people celebrate?

116 Today we will learn about: u Prefixes mis-, mid- u Amazing Words u Vocabulary u Paragraphs u Time Line

117 Jingle Dancer Amazing Words u ceremony u culture u festival u compliment u fidget u evergreen u multicolored u sash

118 Jingle Dancer Glue Words   mother u to u your u first  second Spelling Words u midair midyear u misplace mismatch u mislead misdeed u midway mistake u misprint midnight u midday midstream u midweek misbehavior u misbehave

119 Prefixes mis-, mid- u u The midyear test was full of mistakes and misprints. u u Midwinter afternoons can be as dark as midnight. u u He said he misunderstood the rules about misconduct and misbehavior. u u Did you misplace the toy boat we wanted to sail midstream?

120 Jingle Dancer Vocabulary Words u drum u clattering u voice u silver u borrow u moccasins u regalia u shuffled

121 Vocabulary Vocabulary jingle, borrow, silver, clattering, drum, voice u u The opposite of lend is _____. u u The opposite of lend is borrow. u u These go together: gold and ___. u u These go together: gold and silver. u u Something you beat is a ____. u u Something you beat is a drum.

122 Vocabulary Vocabulary jingle, borrow, silver, clattering, drum, voice u u The sound a bell makes is a ____. u u The sound a bell makes is a jingle. u u You use your ___ to talk. u u You use your voice to talk. u u Another word for banging is ____. u u Another word for banging is clattering.

123 Jingle Dancer High Frequency Words  clothes u hours u money u neighbor u only u question u taught

124 Daily Fix-It i cant hear your voise I can’t hear your voice. may i borro your silver ring May I borrow your silver ring?

125 Wrap Up Your Week! Let’s Talk About Traditions

126 Jingle Dancer Friday Journal Topic. Write about dancing.

127 Jingle Dancer Related Links A Native American Play

128 Jingle Dancer APTPlus Videos (Password Required) Native Americans TodayNative Americans Today (27:15) Native Americans Today Native Americans: People of the Northwest CoastNative Americans: People of the Northwest Coast (26:17) Native Americans: People of the Northwest Coast Native Americans: People of the PlainsNative Americans: People of the Plains (26:26) Native Americans: People of the Plains Native Americans: People of the DesertNative Americans: People of the Desert (28:34) Native Americans: People of the Desert Native Americans: People of the ForestNative Americans: People of the Forest (29:22) Native Americans: People of the Forest

129 Review Games Vocabulary & Amazing Words: u u Arcade Games Arcade Games u u Jigword Jigword u u Matchword Matchword u u Speedword Speedword u u Wordsearch Wordsearch u u Word Web Word Web u u Spelling City: Amazing Spelling City: Amazing u u Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling Words: u Speedword Speedword u Word Web Word Web u Quia Games Quia Games u Spelling City Spelling City High Frequency Words u Spelling City Spelling City

130 We are now ready to take our story tests. u u Story test v v Classroom webpage, v v Student page, v v Taking Tests u u AR v v Other Reading Quizzes v v Quiz #


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