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1 Title: Good-bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong Authors: Frances and Ginger Park Illustrator: Yangsook Choi Genre: Realistic FictionBig Question: What is gained and lost in a move from one culture to another?
5 Big Question: What is gained and lost in a move from one culture to another? MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
6 What is gained and lost in a move from one culture to another? MondayQuestion of the DayWhat is gained and lost in a move from one culture to another?
7 Today we will learn about: Build ConceptsSequenceMonitor and Fix-UpVocabulary WordsFluency: Model Expression/IntonationGrammar: AdverbsSpelling: Vowel Sound in ballChanging Cultures
8 Build ConceptsAs I read “Dan Thuy’s New Life in America,” I will use different tones of voice.Listen to see how my voice changes when I am reading narration and quotations.Be ready to answer questions after the story.
9 Build ConceptsWhat steps did Dan Thuy’s family follow before immigrating to the United States?In what way do immigrants lead a double life?
10 Build Concept applications, birth certificates, sponsors Things to DoThings that HelpDifficultiesChangingCultures
12 Prior Knowledge Think of how it feels to move to a new place. Moving to a New Place
13 Vocabulary Words Word Rating Chart Word Know Have Seen Don’t Know airportcuriousdeliciousdescribedfarewellhomesickmemoriesraindrops
14 Vocabulary Words curious – strange; odd; unusual airport – an area used regularly by aircraft to land and take offcurious – strange; odd; unusualdelicious – very pleasing or satisfying; delightful, especially to the taste or smellfarewell – parting; last
15 Vocabulary Wordshomesick – very sad because you are far away from homememories- persons, things, or events that you can rememberraindrops- the water that falls in drops from the clouds
16 More Words to Knowenthusiastic – feeling excited and positive about somethingglum – sadpossessions – things that you own, that belong to youapplications – requests for something
17 More Words to Knowbirth certificates – documents that contain information about a person’s date and place of birthsponsors – people that endorse, support, or are responsible for a person or thingNext slide
23 jangmi moved happy into her knew home Jangmi moved happily into her new home.her familys’ house has a big launHer family’s house has a big lawn.
24 Grammar: Adverbs The taxi slowly pulled away. Slowly and away are adverbs. They tell how and where the taxi moved.
25 Grammar: AdverbsAn adverb is a word that can tell when, where, or how something happens.Yesterday, the family moved into a new home. (when)They carried boxes inside. (where)They happily unpacked the boxes. (how)
26 Grammar: AdverbsAn adverb can come before or after the verbs they describe.Adverbs that tell how something happens often end in –ly.
27 Adverbs Find the adverbs in the sentences. Recently Jangmi said good-bye to her house in Korea.Recently Jangmi said good-bye to her house in Korea. (when)Then she left the house.Then she left the house. (when)
28 Adverbs Find the adverbs in the sentences. She wandered around.She wandered around. (where)Jangmi quietly looked at her big bedroom.Jangmi quietly looked at her big bedroom. (how)
29 Adverbs Find the adverbs in the sentences. She now was happy to be in her new house.She now was happy to be in her new house. (when)
30 Adverbs Choose the correct word in each new sentence. The builders arranged the bricks (beautiful, beautifully) on the new house.The builders arranged the bricks beautifully on the new house.The painters (carefully, careful) painted each room.The painters carefully painted each room.
31 Adverbs Choose the correct word in each new sentence. They worked (safe, safely) on the roof.They worked safely on the roof.They cleaned the house (willing, willingly).They cleaned the house willingly.(Final, finally) the house was ready for its new owners.Finally the house was ready for its new owners.
32 Spelling: Vowel Sound in ball MondaySpelling: Vowel Sound in ball
34 What does Jangmi think she will miss most about her homeland? TuesdayQuestion of the DayWhat does Jangmi think she will miss most about her homeland?
35 Today we will learn about: Word StructureSequenceMonitor and Fix-UpCompare and ContrastVocabularyFluency: Choral ReadingGrammar: AdverbsSpelling: Vowel Sound in ballTime for Social Studies: CulturesChanging Cultures
41 the family landed safe in they’re new country The family landed safely in their new country.her parents and her were afraid she would disslike the new placeHer parents and she were afraid she would dislike the new place.
42 Grammar: AdverbsAn adverb is a word that can tell when, where, or how something happens.An adverb can come before or after the verbs they describe.Adverbs that tell how something happens often end in –ly.
43 Spelling: Vowel Sound in ball TuesdaySpelling: Vowel Sound in ball
45 What makes Jangmi feel better about living in America? WednesdayQuestion of the DayWhat makes Jangmi feel better about living in America?
46 Today we will learn about: SequenceMonitor and Fix-UpCompound WordsCompare and ContrastVocabularyFluency: Model Expresion/IntonationGrammar: AdverbsSpelling: Vowel Sound in ballTime for Social Studies: GeographyChanging Cultures
51 jangmi and she has allmost finished unpacking the pretty things for her room Jangmi and she have almost finished unpacking the pretty things for her room.she has did it very cheerfulShe has done it very cheerfully.
52 Grammar: AdverbsAn adverb is a word that can tell when, where, or how something happens.Adverbs make descriptions of actions more specific and vivid.General: Jangmi packed her clothes.Specific: Jangmi sadly packed her clothes.
53 Spelling: Vowel Sound in ball WednesdaySpelling: Vowel Sound in ball
61 the korean girls’ had an american dish with sawsages The Korean girls had an American dish with sausages.american foods is cooked different than korean foodsAmerican foods are cooked differently than Korean foods.
62 Grammar: Adverbs Test Tip: You may be asked to choose the correct adverb form in a sentence.Remember that the –ly ending is often added to an adjective to make an adverb.Incorrect: The bell rang very sudden.Correct: The bell rang very suddenly.
63 Spelling: Vowel Sound in ball ThursdaySpelling: Vowel Sound in ball
68 was the voiage from asia hard for mom and she Was the voyage from Asia hard for Mom and her?it wasnt the easyest trip for themIt wasn’t the easiest trip for them.
69 Grammar: AdverbsAn adverb is a word that can tell when, where, or how something happens.An adverb can come before or after the verbs they describe.Adverbs that tell how something happens often end in –ly.
70 Sequence The sequence of a story is the order in which events happen. Clue words, such as first, next, then, and finally, are often used to signal the sequence of events.Dates and times can also be clues.Sometimes, no clue words are used at all.
71 Details and Facts Details are small pieces of information. Facts are pieces of information that can be proven true.Details can help students figure out an for author’s reason writing a selection.
72 Compound WordsYou can use word structure to determine the meaning of compound words.These two words that make up compound words can help you know the meaning of the word.
73 Compound Words Word Word Parts Word Meaning birthplace halfway underground
74 Vowel Sound in ball Many sounds can be spelled in different ways. ball, launch, law, chalkSay the word ball. Then say ball before each of the other words. (ball - launch)Are the vowel sounds you hear in the words the same or different?Are the spellings of the vowel sounds the same or different?
75 Vowel Sound in ballWhen you come to an unfamiliar word, stop to sound it out.Sometimes the letters don’t stand for the sounds you expect them to.The word ball looks as if it should have the short a sound in hat, but it doesn’t.When a is followed by l, u, or w, it usually stands for the sound you hear in ball.
76 Vowel Sound in ball The hawk perched in the top of a tall tree. recall applaudrecallalthoughsausagesquawkingawkwardpausingsidewalkThe hawk perched in the top of a tall tree.The chef said the sauce needed more salt.Isn’t it strange that people who sleepwalk rarely fall?It is awfully hot to go for a walk today.
77 Homophones We studied homophones. Read the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you find two words that are homophones.Our class worked on the art project for over an hour.our, hourWhat does the homophone o-u-r mean?What does the homophone h-o-u-r mean?
78 HomophonesRead the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you find two words that are homophones.I was not able to untie the knot.not, knowWhat does the homophone n-o-t mean?What does the homophone k-n-o-t mean?
79 Homophones What is the difference in each pair of homophones? patientspatiencecoursecoarsepresencepresentsallowedaloudmusselmusclehorsehoarse
80 Homophones What is the difference in each pair of homophones? The dogs had to pause to lick their wet paws.Kenny is trying to earn enough money to buy the urn for Mom’s birthday.Last Sunday I made an ice cream sundae.Our school club sold cookies for four dollars a dozen.
81 AtlasWhat reference might you use if you want to find the locations of different cities?An atlas is a book of maps.It might contain road maps of cities and towns in a particular region.It might include maps of the 50 states.An atlas can also show all the countries in the world.
82 AtlasAtlases are also available in CD-ROM format for use on the computer.Since the CD can store a large amount of information, this electronic atlas can contain a wide variety of maps.Like maps, atlases use symbols to show direction and landmarks.
83 Spelling: Vowel Sound in ball FridaySpelling: Vowel Sound in ball