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1 Why are sports important in our country? Click to listen to the story.

2 Small Group Timer Timer

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

4 Just Like Josh Gibson Amazing Words n athlete n challenge n effort n dainty n disguise n champion n professional n shortstop

5 Just Like Josh Gibson Vocabulary Words n field n cheers n threw n sailed n plate n bases n soar n forties n Louisvile slugger

6 Just Like Josh Gibson High Frequency Words n guess n pretty n science n shoe n village n watch n won

7 Just Like Josh Gibson Glue Words n some n where n do n the n which Spelling Words n we’re I’d n I’ve they’d n don’t she’d n he’d we’ve n can’t could’ve n you’re would’ve n won’t should’ve n they’re

8 Big Question: Why are sports important in our country?  Monday Monday  Tuesday Tuesday  Wednesday Wednesday  Thursday Thursday  Friday Friday

9 Just Like Josh Gibson Monday Morning Warm-Up This week we will read about a girl who played baseball long ago. She liked running toward first base. She enjoyed playing baseball. Why are sports important in our country?

10 Just Like Josh Gibson Monday Morning Warm-Up This week we will read about a girl who played baseball long ago. She liked running toward first base. She enjoyed playing baseball. Why are sports important in our country?

11 Just Like Josh Gibson Monday Morning Warm-Up This week we will read about a girl who played baseball long ago. She liked running toward first base. She enjoyed playing baseball. Why are sports important in our country?

12 Today we will learn about:  Amazing Words  Contractions  Compare & Contrast  Visualize  Using Capital Letters

13 Amazing Words

14 athlete  ath - lete  An athlete is somebody who uses skills and abilities to compete in sports.  The basketball players were skilled athletes.  The fastest athletes competed in the race.

15 challenge  chal - lenge  A challenge is a test of someone’s abilities. You can also challenge someone by daring him or her to do something.  Pitching a perfect game was her biggest challenge.  The other team will challenge us to a rematch if we win.

16 effort  ef - fort  Effort is the physical and mental energy you use to do something or to achieve a goal.  The men used a lot of effort to move the refrigerator onto the truck.  She put forth her best effort.

17 Listen to a song about being an athlete.

18 Contractions  didn’t  What do you know about reading this word?  Didn’t is a contraction of the words did and not.  An apostrophe takes the place of the letter o in not.  Today we’ll learn about contractions made from other words.

19 Contractions  we’re  This word is a contraction, a short way of saying and writing two words.  An apostrophe takes the place of letters that are left out.  You can read this word because you know the two words that make this contraction.

20 Contractions  we’re – we are  The apostrophe in we’re takes the place of the letter a in are.  To read contractions, first read the word before the apostrophe and then blend it with what comes after the apostrophe.

21 Contractions  I’ve  don’t  can’t  he’d ( ’d can mean had or would)  you’re  she’d ( ’d can mean had or would)  won’t  they’re  I’d  they’d  we’ve  could’ve

22 Contractions you are

23 Contractions you are you’re

24 Contractions you are I have you’re

25 Contractions you are I have you’re I’ve

26 Contractions you are I have she had you’re I’ve

27 Contractions you are I have she had you’re I’ve she’d

28 Contractions you are I have she had you had you’re I’ve she’d

29 Contractions you are I have she had you had you’re I’ve she’d you’d

30 Contractions you are I have she had you had we are you’re I’ve she’d you’d

31 Contractions you are I have she had you had we are you’re I’ve she’d you’d we’re

32 Contractions you are I have she had you had we are will not you’re I’ve she’d you’d we’re

33 Contractions you are I have she had you had we are will not you’re I’ve she’d you’d we’re won’t

34 Contractions  he’d  I’ll  shouldn’t  don’t  can’t  they’ve  they’re  I’d  where’s  won’t  we’ll  there’s  we’ve  she’s  what’ll

35 Just Like Josh Gibson Glue Words n some n where n do n the n which Spelling Words n we’re I’d n I’ve they’d n don’t she’d n he’d we’ve n can’t could’ve n you’re would’ve n won’t should’ve n they’re

36 Compare and Contrast Visualize  Recall Horace and Morris but mostly Dolores.  Let’s compare the boys’ club and the girls’ club.  How would the story have been different if the boys had not decided to make their own club?

37 Compare and Contrast Visualize  Good readers compare and contrast what they read with what they already know.  Sometimes there are helpful clue words that help us compare and contrast, such as like, however, and but. Sometimes there aren’t any clue words.  Good readers picture, or visualize, what is happening in a story in their minds. Then we compare what we are reading with what we already know.

38 Pages

39 Daily Fix-It n i want to be an atlete n I want to be an athlete. n they’re watching ken play n They’re watching Ken play.

40 Using Capital Letters  Sentences should always begin with a capital letter.  Days of the week, months of the year, and holidays begin with capital letters.  The first day of January is New Year’s Day.  Titles for people begin with capital letters.  Every year Mr. Lewis has a big party.

41 Using Capital Letters  The last monday in may is memorial day.  The last Monday in May is Memorial Day.  Every year coach Scalia and mrs. Kurtz march in the parade.  Every year Coach Scalia and Mrs. Kurtz march in the parade.

42 Using Capital Letters  This year the fourth of july is on a friday.  This year the Fourth of July is on a Friday.  We always go to the barbecue at mr. Garcia’s house.  We always go to the barbecue at Mr. Garcia’s house.

43 Using Capital Letters  What holiday is on the fourth thursday in november?  What holiday is on the fourth Thursday in November?  I saw dr. Martin and ms. Chang at the thanksgiving party.  I saw Dr. Martin and Ms. Chang at the Thanksgiving party.

44 Wrap Up Your Day!  Contractions ’re, ’ve, ’d, don’t and won’t.  Compare and Contrast  Let’s Talk About It  Tomorrow we will read about a girl that liked to play baseball.

45 Just Like Josh Gibson Monday Journal Topic Write a paragraph about a time you played or watched baseball.

46 Just Like Josh Gibson Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about a girl who liked to play baseball. She wanted to compete with the boys. She played baseball for recreation. Do you know any girls who are good baseball players?

47 Just Like Josh Gibson Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about a girl who liked to play baseball. She wanted to compete with the boys. She played baseball for recreation. Do you know any girls who are good baseball players?

48 Today we will learn about:  Contractions ’re, ’ve, ’d  Amazing Words  Vocabulary Words  Multiple-Meaning Words  Context Clues  Use Capital Letters

49 Amazing Words

50 dainty  dain - ty  Dainty means delicate and pretty.  The dress had a dainty lace collar.  You could eat the dainty cookies in one bite.

51 disguise  dis – guise  A disguise can be clothes or make-up someone wears to change the way he or she looks so he or she won’t be recognized.  When you change your appearance so you won’t be recognized, you disguise yourself.  The spy wore a disguise so she wouldn’t be recognized.  He wore a wig and a beard to disguise himself.

52 champion  cham – pi- on  A champion is the winner of a game or competition.  The champions had ten wins and no losses.  Our team practiced hard because we wanted to beat last year’s champions.

53 The Princesses Have a Ball

54 Contractions  I’ve  You can read this word because you know how to read contractions.  What two words form I’ve?  When you come to a contraction, read the word before the apostrophe and then blend it with what follows the apostrophe.

55 Contractions  she’s  they’ve  they’d  won’t  don’t  they’ll  they’re  we’d  we’ve  he’ll  she’ll

56 Listen for contractions.

57 Contractions  I’ve  he’d  we’ve  we’re  don’t  won’t

58 Contractions we have

59 Contractions we have we’ve

60 Contractions we have he had we’ve

61 Contractions we have he had we’ve he’d

62 Contractions we have he had I have we’ve he’d

63 Contractions we have he had I have we’ve he’d I’ve

64 Contractions we have he had I have we are we’ve he’d I’ve

65 Contractions we have he had I have we are we’ve he’d I’ve we’re

66 Contractions we have he had I have we are do not we’ve he’d I’ve we’re

67 Contractions we have he had I have we are do not we’ve he’d I’ve we’re don’t

68 Contractions we have he had I have we are do not will not we’ve he’d I’ve we’re don’t

69 Contractions we have he had I have we are do not will not we’ve he’d I’ve we’re don’t won’t

70 Just Like Josh Gibson Glue Words n some n where n do n the n which Spelling Words n we’re I’d n I’ve they’d n don’t she’d n he’d we’ve n can’t could’ve n you’re would’ve n won’t should’ve n they’re

71 Contractions  I’d ask him to come, but I don’t think he will.  You’re a good friend, and I’ve always said so!  We’ve seen that show before!  Won’t you walk home with me today?

72 Vocabulary  field – a piece of land used for some special purpose field  cheers – calls out or yells loudly to show that you like something  threw – sent something through the air by force of your arm  sailed – moved smoothly like a ship with sails (next slide)

73 field

74 plate

75 bases First Base Second Base Third Base Home Plate

76 forties

77 Louisville slugger

78 Vocabulary  plate – a hard rubber slab that a baseball player stands beside to bat plate  bases – places that are stations or goals in certain games, such as baseballbases  soar – to fly upward  forties – the years between 1940 and 1949forties  Louisville slugger – a popular kind of baseball batLouisville slugger

79 High-Frequency Words  field  you’re  cheers  gone  threw  watch  sailed  guess  plate  early  bases  once

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81 Context Clues  Sometimes we can get the meaning from word parts.  We may understand the base word and suffix (beautiful, full of beauty) or the two shorter words in a compound word (wildcat, a cat that’s wild).  We can look in a dictionary or glossary.  We can look for context clues in the words and sentences around the unknown word.  Today we will learn more about context clues.

82 Daily Fix-It n the croud chears for me n The crowd cheers for me. n I raned Around the basis n I ran around the bases.

83 Capital Letters  Special names for people, places, animals, and things are called proper nouns.  Names of countries are proper nouns.  How do the names of countries begin?  Mexico  Italy  United States

84 Wrap Up Your Day!  Lesson Vocabulary  Visualize  Let’s Talk About It  Tomorrow they will hear about some princesses and their secret pastime.

85 Just Like Josh Gibson Tuesday Journal Topic Write about a time you got a chance to play something you'd always wanted to play.

86 Just Like Josh Gibson Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Once upon a time, there were twelve princesses. These girls liked to play basketball every night. They wore special high-top shoes. Today we will read about a special ball they had. What do you think the ball will be like?

87 Just Like Josh Gibson Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Once upon a time, there were twelve princesses. These girls liked to play basketball every night. They wore special high-top shoes. Today we will read about a special ball they had. What do you think the ball will be like?

88 Today we will learn about:  Amazing Words  Vowels aw, au, augh, al  Contractions  Homophones  Sentences  Capital Letters

89 Amazing Words

90 professional  pro – fes –sion - al  Professional describes a type of job in which people are paid for their skill and training.  My uncle is a professional basketball player.  I want to be a professional singer when I grow up.

91 shortstop  short - stop  Shortstop is the infield position on a baseball team between second and third base.  I would prefer playing shortstop rather than third base.  Our baseball team has the best shortstop in the league.

92 Vowels aw, au, augh, al  awful  You can read this word because you know that aw can stand for the sound /o/.  auto  caught  walk

93 Vowels aw, au, augh, al August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw, thaw, chalk, caught, stalk aw au augh al

94 Vowels aw, au, augh, al August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw, thaw, chalk, caught, stalk aw au augh al August

95 Vowels aw, au, augh, al August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw, thaw, chalk, caught, stalk aw au augh al August fault

96 Vowels aw, au, augh, al August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw, thaw, chalk, caught, stalk aw au augh al drawAugust fault

97 Vowels aw, au, augh, al August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw, thaw, chalk, caught, stalk aw au augh al drawAugust fault talk

98 Vowels aw, au, augh, al August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw, thaw, chalk, caught, stalk aw au augh al drawAugust fault taughttalk

99 Vowels aw, au, augh, al August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw, thaw, chalk, caught, stalk aw au augh al drawAugust fault taught launch talk

100 Vowels aw, au, augh, al August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw, thaw, chalk, caught, stalk aw au augh al draw saw August fault taught launch talk

101 Vowels aw, au, augh, al August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw, thaw, chalk, caught, stalk aw au augh al draw saw thaw August fault taught launch talk

102 Vowels aw, au, augh, al August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw, thaw, chalk, caught, stalk aw au augh al draw saw thaw August fault taught launch talk chalk

103 Vowels aw, au, augh, al August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw, thaw, chalk, caught, stalk aw au augh al draw saw thaw August fault taught launch caught talk chalk

104 Vowels aw, au, augh, al August, fault, draw, talk, taught, launch, saw, thaw, chalk, caught, stalk aw au augh al draw saw thaw August fault taught launch caught talk chalk stalk

105 Vocabulary bases, cheers, field, plate, sailed, threw  If you ran to home plate and were safe, how would you feel?  If a wind blew your papers and they sailed away, what would you do?  If you wanted to play baseball, what could you use to make bases?

106 Vocabulary bases, cheers, field, plate, sailed, threw  If you went to spend the day in a field, what might you do there?  If you heard cheers coming from the park, what might you find when you went to see what was happening?  If you threw a ball, what might your dog do next?

107 Just Like Josh Gibson Glue Words n some n where n do n the n which Spelling Words n we’re I’d n I’ve they’d n don’t she’d n he’d we’ve n can’t could’ve n you’re would’ve n won’t should’ve n they’re

108 Homophones  Some words sound the same but are spelled differently and have different meanings.  threw – tossed  Nick threw the ball.  through – in one side and out the other side of  Edna ran through the door.

109 Daily Fix-It n thruw the ball to left feild n I threw the ball to left field. n the crowd cheerd for him The crowd cheered for him.

110 Capital Letters  Using capital letters helps readers identify proper nouns.  Writing with capital letters lets readers know days, months, holidays, and titles.  miss brady visited our school on the first friday in may.  Miss Brady visited our school on the first Friday in May.

111 Wrap Up Your Day!  Compare and Contrast  Read with Accuracy and Appropriate Pace  Let’s Talk About It  Tomorrow we will read about how baseball began.

112 Just Like Josh Gibson Wednesday Journal Topic Write about a baseball game you played or attended.

113 Just Like Josh Gibson Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read to find out how baseball began. Baseball gives us an opportunity to compete and participate in recreation. What else do team sports teach us?

114 Just Like Josh Gibson Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read to find out how baseball began. Baseball gives us an opportunity to compete and participate in recreation. What else do team sports teach us?

115 Today we will learn about:  Words in Context  Contractions  Capital Letters  Speak to Your Audience

116 Just Like Josh Gibson Amazing Words n athlete n challenge n effort n dainty n disguise n champion n professional n shortstop

117 Yankee Doodle Shortshop

118 Sentence Reading  I guess you saw the pretty whale.  Did you see them laugh in math and science?  We watch those dolphins and wish they were pets.

119 Sentence Reading  That photo of a bunch of shrimp won the contest.  The garden patch near the village has enough flowers.  My shoe is rough, and my foot starts to itch when I wear it.

120 Just Like Josh Gibson Glue Words n some n where n do n the n which Spelling Words n we’re I’d n I’ve they’d n don’t she’d n he’d we’ve n can’t could’ve n you’re would’ve n won’t should’ve n they’re

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123 Daily Fix-It n we shou’ldve wun the game n We should’ve won the game. n we wouldv’e if w’ed scored n We would’ve if we’d scored!

124 Grammar  How do names of days, months, and holidays begin?  How do proper nouns and titles of people begin?  Which of these words need a capital?

125 Grammar  mr. glennon  Mr. Glennon  memorial day  Memorial Day  tomorrow  today  april  April  yesterday  dr. b. rogers  Dr. B. Rogers  italy  Italy  thanksgiving  Thanksgiving

126 Speaking and Listening SpeakersListeners n Think about the audience. n Decide whether to use formal or informal language. n Sit quietly. n Face the speaker. n Listen to what the speaker says. n Watch for nonverbal cues, such as hand gestures and head movements.

127 Wrap Up Your Day!  Make Connections: Text to World  Let’s Talk About It  You have heard about how baseball began and why sports are important in our country. Tomorrow we will hear about a baseball player.

128 Just Like Josh Gibson Thursday Journal Topic Write about becoming a better athlete.

129 Just Like Josh Gibson Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we read about sports. Would you like to be an athlete? Athletes give an extra effort in every challenge they face. Why are sports important in our country?

130 Just Like Josh Gibson Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we read about sports. Would you like to be an athlete? Athletes give an extra effort in every challenge they face. Why are sports important in our country?

131 Today we will learn about:  Contractions  Vocabulary  Capital Letters  People as Resources

132 Just Like Josh Gibson Amazing Words n athlete n challenge n effort n dainty n disguise n champion n professional n shortstop

133 Just Like Josh Gibson Glue Words n some n where n do n the n which Spelling Words n we’re I’d n I’ve they’d n don’t she’d n he’d we’ve n can’t could’ve n you’re would’ve n won’t should’ve n they’re

134 Contractions  Don’t you know if they’re here yet?  I don’t see it—I should’ve found it by now.  Don’t ask them if they’d been there.  I would’ve called you but you’d just left the house.

135 Just Like Josh Gibson Vocabulary Words n field n cheers n threw n sailed n plate n bases n soar n forties n Louisvile slugger

136 Vocabulary bases, threw, sailed, plate, field, cheers  I hit the ball and watched as it ___ over the green, grassy _____.

137 Vocabulary bases, threw, sailed, plate, field, cheers  I hit the ball and watched as it sailed over the green, grassy field.  Everyone shouted and gave three____!

138 Vocabulary bases, threw, sailed, plate, field, cheers  I hit the ball and watched as it sailed over the green, grassy field.  Everyone shouted and gave three cheers!

139 Vocabulary bases, threw, sailed, plate, field, cheers  I hit the ball and watched as it sailed over the green, grassy field.  Everyone shouted and gave three cheers!  I ran the ____ as fast as anyone has seen!

140 Vocabulary bases, threw, sailed, plate, field, cheers  I hit the ball and watched as it sailed over the green, grassy field.  Everyone shouted and gave three cheers!  I ran the bases as fast as anyone has seen!  Just as the pitcher ____ the ball, I crossed home _____. “Safe!” was the call.

141 Vocabulary bases, threw, sailed, plate, field, cheers  I hit the ball and watched as it sailed over the green, grassy field.  Everyone shouted and gave three cheers!  I ran the bases as fast as anyone has seen!  Just as the pitcher threw the ball, I crossed home plate. “Safe!” was the call.

142 Daily Fix-It we chear as Joe runs the baises We cheer as Joe runs the bases. center feald is not home playte Center field is not home plate.

143 Research/Study Skills People as Resources  People are excellent resources when you are doing research.  People have knowledge and expertise in many areas.  If you want information about something, you could ask an expert in that area.

144 WRAP UP YOUR WEEK! Let’s Talk About Traditions

145 Just Like Josh Gibson Friday Journal Topic Write about an athlete who meets a challenge.

146 Just Like Josh Gibson Related Links All American Girls Professional Baseball League Josh Gibson Josh Gibson Foundation Contractions Game Type the Contractions Contractions

147 Just Like Josh Gibson APTPlus Videos (password required) Eye Wonder: Baseball Bats, Bar Codes, and QuarriesEye Wonder: Baseball Bats, Bar Codes, and Quarries (24:46) Baseball Bat FactoryBaseball Bat Factory (01:00)

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


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