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1 Author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Genre:Poem Big Question: How can people promote freedom?

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3 Review Games Story Sort Story Sort VocabularyWords Vocabulary Words: Arcade Games Arcade Games Study Stack Study Stack Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Spelling Words Spelling City: Spelling Words

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5 danger wander tractor dollar harbor eager eraser surrender solar sticker locker helicopter pillar refrigerator caterpillar rumor glimmer linger sensor alligator numerator collector ancestor counselor denominator

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7 Vocabulary Words fate fearless glimmer lingers magnified somber steed belfry grenadiers stealthy battle freedom Monmouth Vocabulary Words More Words to Know

8 Question of the Day How can people promote freedom?

9 Today we will learn about: Build Concepts Sequence Graphic Organizers Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Model Tone of Voice Grammar: Subject-Verb Agreement Spelling: Final Syllables –er, -ar, -or Promoting Freedom

10 Fluency Model Tone of Voice

11 Fluency: Model Tone of Voice Listen as I read “Molly Pitcher.” As I read, notice how I use my tone of voice to show desperation, suspense, or other emotions. Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

12 Fluency: Model Tone of Voice Which of these events happened first: Molly hears the cries of fallen soldiers or Molly gives the thirsty soldiers water to drink? What characteristic do Molly and the soldiers have in common?

13 Concept Vocabulary battle – a fight between opposing armed forces freedom – power to do, say, or think as you please Monmouth – New Jersey site of an important Revolutionary War battleMonmouth (Next Slide)

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15 Concept Vocabulary (To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.)

16 IdealsPeopleBattle Promoting Freedom

17 Sequence, Graphic Organizers Turn to page

18 Prior Knowledge What do you know about Independence Day, or the Fourth of July? Celebrations Revolutionary War Fourth of July

19 Prior Knowledge This week’s audio is an interview with an expert from the Paul Revere Historic House in Boston. After you listen, we will discuss what you found most interesting.

20 Vocabulary Words

21 fate – what becomes of someone or something fearless – without fear; afraid of nothing glimmer – a faint, unsteady light lingers – stays on; goes slowly, as if unwilling to leave

22 Vocabulary Words magnified – caused something to look larger than it actually is somber – having deep shadows; dark; gloomy steed – a horse, especially a riding horsesteed

23 More Words to Know belfry – a space in a tower in which bells may be hungbelfry grenadiers – members of a specially chosen unit of foot soldiersgrenadiers stealthy – done in a secret manner (Next Slide)

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25 belfry

26 grenadiers

27 Grammar Subject-Verb Agreement

28 mr henry enjoy teaching u.s. history Mr. Henry enjoys teaching U.S. history. he is eagar to teach we about the revolutionary war He is eager to teach us about the Revolutionary War.

29 Subject-Verb Agreement A moment only he feels the spell Of the place and the hour…. The sentence subject he is singular, so it needs the singular form of the verb feel. This is why an –s is added to make feels.

30 Subject-Verb Agreement The subject and verb in a sentence must agree, or work together. A singular subject needs a singular verb. A plural subject needs a plural verb.

31 Subject-Verb Agreement Use the following rules for verbs that tell about the present time. If the subject is a singular noun or he, she, or it, add –s or –es to most verbs. A horse runs. A dog chases the horse. It barks loudly.

32 Subject-Verb Agreement If the subject is a plural noun or I, you, we, or they, do not add –s or –es to the verb. Horses run. Dogs chase the horse. They bark loudly.

33 Subject-Verb Agreement For the verb be, use am and is to agree with singular subjects and are to agree with plural subjects. I am afraid. Paul is fearless. The armies are here. We are surprised.

34 Subject-Verb Agreement A collective noun names a group, such as family, team, and class. A collective noun is singular if it refers to a group acting as one: The class is going on a field trip.

35 Subject-Verb Agreement A collective noun is plural if it refers to members of the group acting individually: The class are debating about which place to visit.

36 Subject-Verb Agreement Subject-Verb Agreement Find the subject and the verb that agrees with it. U.S. history (is, are) an interesting subject. history is Our class (is, are) studying the American colonies. class is

37 Subject-Verb Agreement Subject-Verb Agreement Find the subject and the verb that agrees with it. Toby (ask, asks) to report on transportation in the colonies. Toby asks Williamsburg (is, are) a colonial community. Williamsburg is

38 Subject-Verb Agreement Subject-Verb Agreement Find the subject and the verb that agrees with it. Actors (play, plays) the part of colonists. Actors play A blacksmith (pound, pounds) metal at a forge. blacksmith pounds

39 Subject-Verb Agreement Subject-Verb Agreement Find the subject and the verb that agrees with it. He (make, makes) tools of all kinds. He makes Teams of horses (pull, pulls) wagons on dirt roads. Teams pull

40 Subject-Verb Agreement Subject-Verb Agreement Find the subject and the verb that agrees with it. Women (cook, cooks) food on the hearth. Women cook Winnie (hurry, hurries) up the stairs to the loft. Winnie hurries

41 Subject-Verb Agreement Subject-Verb Agreement Find the subject and the verb that agrees with it. Husks of corn (serve, serves) as mattresses in these beds. Husks serve A colonial child (has, have) only a few toys. child has

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43 danger wander tractor dollar harbor eager eraser surrender solar sticker locker helicopter pillar refrigerator caterpillar rumor glimmer linger sensor alligator numerator collector ancestor counselor denominator

44 Question of the Day What risks did Paul Revere and his friends face that night?

45 Today we will learn about: Sequence Graphic Organizers Setting and Theme Vocabulary Fluency: Echo Reading Grammar: Subject-Verb Agreement Spelling: Final Syllables –er, -ar, -or Social Studies: Boston, MA Old North Church Promoting Freedom

46 Vocabulary Strategy: Endings Pages

47 The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere Pages

48 Fluency Echo Reading

49 Fluency: Echo Reading Turn to page 236. As I read, notice how my voice changes as the poem moves from narrative to dialogue to description. We will practice as a class doing three echo readings of the poem.

50 Grammar Subject-Verb Agreement

51 isnt that also called the war of independence Isn’t that also called the War of Independence? thirteen colonies was ruled by england until 1776 Thirteen colonies were ruled by England until 1776.

52 Subject-Verb Agreement The subject and verb of a sentence must work together, or agree in number. When a singular subject takes a present tense verb, that verb usually ends in –s or –es. When a plural subject takes a present tense verb, that verb usually does not end in –s or –es.

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54 danger wander tractor dollar harbor eager eraser surrender solar sticker locker helicopter pillar refrigerator caterpillar rumor glimmer linger sensor alligator numerator collector ancestor counselor denominator

55 Question of the Day How did Paul Revere promote freedom?

56 Today we will learn about: Sequence Graphic Organizers Word Structure Vocabulary Fluency: Model Tone of Voice Grammar: Subject-Verb Agreement Spelling: Final Syllables –er, -ar, -or Social Studies: Freedom Trail Promoting Freedom

57 The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere Pages

58 Fluency Model Tone of Voice

59 Fluency: Model Tone of Voice Turn to page 246. As I read, notice how I pause at commas and how my voice changes as the conclusion begins with the line, “For, borne on the night-wind of the Past.” Now we will practice together as a class by doing three choral readings.

60 Grammar Subject-Verb Agreement

61 paul revere watched for a glimmir of light in the tower Paul Revere watched for a glimmer of light in the tower. him horse was redy to run His horse was ready to run.

62 Subject-Verb Agreement The subject and verb of a sentence must work together, or agree in number. When a singular subject takes a present tense verb, that verb usually ends in –s or –es. When a plural subject takes a present tense verb, that verb usually does not end in –s or –es.

63 Subject-Verb Agreement Errors in subject-verb agreement distract and confuse readers. Always match singular subjects with singular verb forms, and plural subjects with plural verb forms. Review something you have written to see if you can improve it by correcting errors in subject-verb agreement.

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65 danger wander tractor dollar harbor eager eraser surrender solar sticker locker helicopter pillar refrigerator caterpillar rumor glimmer linger sensor alligator numerator collector ancestor counselor denominator

66 Question of the Day What is your definition of freedom?

67 Today we will learn about: Web Site/Text Features Reading Across Texts Fluency: Partner Reading Grammar: Subject-Verb Agreement Spelling: Final Syllables –er, -ar, -or Social Studies: Make a Map

68 “Revolutionary War Women” Pages

69 Fluency Partner Reading

70 Fluency: Partner Reading Turn to page 246. Read this paragraph three times with a partner. Be sure to read with proper inflection and offer each other feedback.

71 Grammar Subject-Verb Agreement

72 My family are visiting boston on vakation My family is visiting Boston on vacation. miny has becomed endangered Many have become endangered.

73 Subject-Verb Agreement The subject and verb of a sentence must work together, or agree in number. When a singular subject takes a present tense verb, that verb usually ends in –s or –es. When a plural subject takes a present tense verb, that verb usually does not end in –s or –es.

74 Subject-Verb Agreement Test Tip: Sometimes a prepositional phrase appears between a subject and verb. Be sure the verb agrees with the subject, not the object of the preposition. No: The battles of that war is described in this book. Yes: The battles of that war are described in this book.

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76 danger wander tractor dollar harbor eager eraser surrender solar sticker locker helicopter pillar refrigerator caterpillar rumor glimmer linger sensor alligator numerator collector ancestor counselor denominator

77 Question of the Day How can people promote freedom?

78 Today we will learn about: Build Concept Vocabulary Sequence Personification Word Structure Grammar: Subject-Verb Agreement Spelling: Final Syllables –er, -ar, -or Illustration/Caption Promoting Freedom

79 Sequence The sequence of events is the order in which they take place, from first to last. Clue words such as first, next, and then may show sequence in a story or article, but not always. Other clues are dates and time of day. Two events can happen at the same time. While and at the same time are clue words.

80 Personification Personification is giving human traits to animals, objects, forces of nature, and abstract ideas. These characteristics can be feelings, the ability to talk, intelligence, or personality. Writers use personification to: make fiction seem more real make nonfiction more lively

81 Inflected Endings When verbs contain inflected endings like –s, -ed, and –ing you can use the endings to help determine the verbs’ meanings. Identify words that contain inflected endings from The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere and then write the endings and word meanings.

82 Inflected Endings WordWord EndingWord Meaning

83 Illustration/Caption Photos and illustrations help explain the text. In fiction, illustrations are photos or drawings that can help readers understand characters and events by establishing mood, showing action, and giving insights or information about characters.

84 Illustration/Caption In nonfiction, illustrations are photos or drawings that help explain the text. A caption explains an illustration, and usually appears below or to the side of the illustration.

85 Grammar Subject-Verb Agreement

86 my family are visiting boston on vakation My family is visiting Boston on vacation. many heros lived hear Many heroes lived here.

87 Subject-Verb Agreement The subject and verb of a sentence must work together, or agree in number. When a singular subject takes a present tense verb, that verb usually ends in –s or –es. When a plural subject takes a present tense verb, that verb usually does not end in –s or –es.

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89 danger wander tractor dollar harbor eager eraser surrender solar sticker locker helicopter pillar refrigerator caterpillar rumor glimmer linger sensor alligator numerator collector ancestor counselor denominator

90 Story test Classroom webpage, Reading Test AR Other Reading Quizzes Quiz #


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