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1 Big Question: Why do nature’s record holders fascinate us? Title : Hottest, Coldest, Highest, Deepest Author : Steve JenkinsGenre: Expository Nonfiction

2 Small Group Timer

3 Spelling Words third early world certain dirty herself earth word perfect verb nerve worm thirsty workout earn determine commercial whirlwind worthwhile virtual

4 Vocabulary Words More Words to Know average depth deserts outrun peak tides waterfalls extreme precipitation temperature plunge streamlined weightlifters

5 Big Question: Why do nature’s record holders fascinate us? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

6 Monday Question of the Day Why do nature’s record holders fascinate us?

7 Today we will learn about: Build Concepts Compare and Contrast Ask Questions Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Model Reading Silently Subject and Object Pronouns Vowels with r “Mosts” Concept Web

8 MONDAY Fluency: Model Reading Silently

9 Fluency: Model Reading Silently Before I read silently, I look for a quiet place to read. Then I make myself comfortable. It is important to block out distractions and correct yourself and check your comprehension as you read in order to better understand what you are reading.

10 Fluency: Model Reading Silently Listen as I read “Animal Olympics.” Be ready to answer questions after I finish. How do human beings compare to the animals mentioned in the selection? Which animal wins the prize for distance swimming?

11 Build Concepts plunge, streamlined, weightlifters HeaviestFastestHighest Mosts

12 MONDAY Compare and Contrast Turn to page 36-37

13 Build Background Think of names of as many rivers as you can. Rivers

14 Vocabulary: Word Rating Chart WordKnowHave SeenDon’t Know average depth deserts outrun peak tides w aterfall

15 Vocabulary Words average – the quantity found by dividing the sum of all the quantities by the number of quantities depth – the distance from the top to the bottomdepth

16 Vocabulary Words deserts – dry, sandy regions without water and treesdeserts outrun – to run faster than someone or something else peak – the pointed top of a mountain or hillpeak

17 Vocabulary Words tides – the rise and fall of the ocean about every twelve hours tides waterfalls – streams of water that fall from a high placewaterfalls

18 Other Vocabulary Words extreme – much more than usual; very great precipitation – the water that falls to the earth in the form of rain, snow, sleet, or hailprecipitation temperature – how hot or cold something istemperature

19 Other Vocabulary Words plunge – to fall or move suddenly downwardplunge streamlined – shaped so as to cause the least possible resistance to motion through air or waterstreamlined

20 Other Vocabulary Words weightlifters – people who train their bodies to lift heavy weights weightlifters Next slide

21 depth

22 desert

23 peak

24 tides

25 waterfall

26 precipitation

27 temperature

28 plunge

29 streamlined

30 weightlifters

31 MONDAY Grammar: Subject and Object Pronouns

32 some of the worste weather in the werld is in antarctica Some of the worst weather in the world is in Antarctica. the days is freezeing there even in Summer The days are freezing there even in summer.

33 Subject and Object Pronouns They studied the highest mountain in the world, and it amazed them. The pronoun they is the subject of the sentence and is a subject pronoun. The pronoun them follows the action verb amazed and is an object pronoun.

34 Subject and Object Pronouns A pronoun used as the subject of a sentence is called a subject pronoun. I, you, he, she, it, we, and they are subject pronouns. A pronoun used after an action verb or as the object of a preposition is called an object pronoun. Me, you, him, her, it, us, and them are object pronouns.

35 Subject and Object Pronouns Subject Pronouns: She hiked in the desert. He and I stayed home. Object Pronouns: The plants surprised her. She told him and me about them.

36 Subject and Object Pronouns Subject and Object Pronouns Decide if the underlined pronoun is a subject pronoun or an object pronoun. Scientists work in Antarctica, and they stay there all winter. subject pronoun The long, cold winters do not discourage them. object pronoun My group and I studied the penguins in Antarctica. subject pronoun

37 Subject and Object Pronouns Subject and Object Pronouns Decide if the underlined pronoun is a subject pronoun or an object pronoun. A trip to Antarctica is a dream for us. object pronoun You should plan a trip too. subject pronoun

38 Subject and Object Pronouns Subject and Object Pronouns Choose the correct pronoun for each sentence. (We, Us) saw two active volcanoes in Hawaii. We My family walked on (they, them). them Michael and (me, I) saw a lava flow. I

39 Subject and Object Pronouns Subject and Object Pronouns Choose the correct pronoun for each sentence. The volcanoes thrilled Jenny and (me, I). me I took a picture of (she, her) on the volcano. her

40 MONDAY Spelling: Vowels with r

41 Spelling Words third early world certain dirty herself earth word perfect verb nerve worm thirsty workout earn determine commercial whirlwind worthwhile virtual

42 Tuesday Question of the Day Where is the world’s largest body of fresh water found?

43 Today we will learn about: R-Controlled Vowels Compound Words Compare and Contrast Ask Questions Vocabulary Fluency: Silent Reading Subject and Object Pronouns Vowels with r Science: Order by Particular Property “Mosts” Concept Web

44 TUESDAY Compound Words Turn to pages 38 – 39.

45 HOTTEST, COLDEST, HIGHEST, DEEPEST Turn to pages 40 – 47.

46 TUESDAY Fluency: Silent Reading

47 Fluency: Model Reading Silently Turn to page 45. Notice how I block out outside distractions, and notice the accuracy at which I read. Practice reading page 45 silently.

48 TUESDAY Grammar: Subject and Object Pronouns

49 terry and me red about mount everest Terry and I read about Mount Everest. its the highest mountian on the erth It’s the highest mountain on the earth.

50 Subject and Object Pronouns A pronoun used as the subject of a sentence is called a subject pronoun. I, you, he, she, it, we, and they are subject pronouns. A pronoun used after an action verb or as the object of a preposition is called an object pronoun. Me, you, him, her, it, us, and them are object pronouns.

51 TUESDAY Spelling: Vowels with r

52 Spelling Words third early world certain dirty herself earth word perfect verb nerve worm thirsty workout earn determine commercial whirlwind worthwhile virtual

53 Wednesday Question of the Day How are the volcanoes mentioned on page 51 alike? How are they different?

54 Today we will learn about: Compare and Contrast Ask Questions Cause and Effect Fluency: Silent Reading Subject and Object Pronouns Vowels with r Science: Landforms “Mosts” Concept Web

55 HOTTEST, COLDEST, HIGHEST, DEEPEST Turn to pages

56 WEDNESDAY Fluency: Paired Reading

57 Fluency: Model Reading Silently Turn to page With a partner take turns reading aloud pages three times. Read with accuracy and self- correct when necessary. Partners may help each other with unknown words and offer feedback.

58 WEDNESDAY Grammar: Subject and Object Pronouns

59 mr jackson showed tracy and I a picture of cammels in the desert Mr. Jackson showed Tracy and me a picture of camels in the desert. sand were blowing in the dessert like a snow storm Sand was blowing in the desert like a snowstorm.

60 Subject and Object Pronouns A pronoun used as the subject of a sentence is called a subject pronoun. I, you, he, she, it, we, and they are subject pronouns. A pronoun used after an action verb or as the object of a preposition is called an object pronoun. Me, you, him, her, it, us, and them are object pronouns.

61 Subject and Object Pronouns Using both subject and object pronouns makes writing less wordy by avoiding the repetition of nouns. Wordy: Tanya said the Amazon River interested Tanya, and Tanya wrote a report on the Amazon River. Less Wordy: Tanya said the Amazon River interested her, and she wrote a report on it.

62 WEDNESDAY Spelling: Vowels with r

63 Spelling Words third early world certain dirty herself earth word perfect verb nerve worm thirsty workout earn determine commercial whirlwind worthwhile virtual

64 Thursday Question of the Day What features make some animals the largest or smallest in the world?

65 Today we will learn about: Irregular Plurals Picture Encyclopedia/Text Features Reading Across Texts Content-Area Vocabulary Fluency: Silent Reading Subject and Object Pronouns Vowels with r Research “Mosts”

66 SCIENCE IN READING: GREAT AND SMALL Turn to pages

67 THURSDAY Fluency: Silent Reading

68 Fluency: Model Reading Silently Turn to pages 46 – 49. You will read these pages three times silently, remembering the help you received from your partner yesterday.

69 THURSDAY Grammar: Subject and Object Pronouns

70 is africas river the longest in the world Is Africa’s river the longest in the world? many unusuall animals lives there Many unusual animals live there.

71 Subject and Object Pronouns A pronoun used as the subject of a sentence is called a subject pronoun. I, you, he, she, it, we, and they are subject pronouns. A pronoun used after an action verb or as the object of a preposition is called an object pronoun. Me, you, him, her, it, us, and them are object pronouns.

72 Subject and Object Pronouns Test Tip: You may be asked to identify the correct pronoun in a phrase such as Jane and I or Terry and her. Decide whether the subject or object pronoun is correct by saying the sentence with just the pronoun and not the rest of the phrase.

73 Subject and Object Pronouns Examples: I climbed the mountain. Jane and I climbed the mountain. Jane showed her our pictures. Jane showed Terry and her our pictures.

74 THURSDAY Spelling: Vowels with r

75 Spelling Words third early world certain dirty herself earth word perfect verb nerve worm thirsty workout earn determine commercial whirlwind worthwhile virtual

76 Friday Question of the Day Why do nature’s record holders fascinate us?

77 Today we will learn about: Concept Vocabulary Compare and Contrast Graphic Sources Compound Words Subject and Object Pronouns Vowels with r Bar Graphs “Mosts” Concept Web

78 Compare/Contrast When you compare and contrast, you tell how things are alike and different. Compare = How are things alike? Contrast = How are things different?

79 Compare/Contrast When you read, look for clue words that signal comparisons and contrasts, such as like, both, different, and however.

80 Graphic Sources Expository nonfiction is often full of information. In addition to text, it may contain graphics, such as graphs, maps, or illustrations, to look at and understand. Knowing what to look at first can help you read more effectively.

81 Graphic Sources Read titles and headings first to get an idea of what you will be reading about. Next, read the text. Finally, look at the graphics and/or photographs and read any captions.

82 Compound Words You can use word structure to determine the meaning of compound words. List compound words you find in “Hottest, Coldest, Highest, Deepest.” Create a chart showing the compound word, its components, and its definition based on its components.

83 Compound Words WordWord PartsMeaning

84 Geography Terms valley prairie plateau seashore rain forest wetland savanna bog plain meadow

85 FRIDAY Grammar: Subject and Object Pronouns

86 the clime up the mountian was too hard for joe and she The climb up the mountain was too hard for Joe and her. she slipped and she hurt hurself She slipped and hurt herself.

87 R-Controlled Vowels burn – third What sound do the two words have in common? This sound is an r-controlled vowel. It can be spelled er, ir, or, ur, or ear. search How is the /er/ sound spelled in search?

88 R-Controlled Vowels What letters stand for the /er/ sound? insure perching circus wordless relearn disturb infer pearl We visited the desert last spring. Uncle Bert likes playing third base. The bus pulled up to the curb. The earth is round, like a ball. The early bird gets the worm.

89 Irregular Plurals We studied irregular plurals. Read the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you think you know the plural forms of the words leaf and foot.

90 Irregular Plurals The leaf stuck to my foot. leaves feet How did you know? The plurals of words that end with f or fe are formed by changing f or fe to v and adding -es. The plural word for foot is feet.

91 Irregular Plurals In the story, the elf gave the child three wishes. What is the plural of elf and child? elves, children How did you know? The plurals of words that end with f or fe are formed by changing f or fe to v and adding -es. The plural word for child is children.

92 Irregular Plurals knife knives sheep hoof hooves ox oxen wife wives woman women tooth teeth wolf wolves person people

93 Irregular Plurals Find the irregular plural in each sentence. Uncle Jack cut the meat with a sharp knife. The horse needs a new shoe for its hoof. The farmer hitched the ox to the plow. Mom helped me put up the shelf in my room. Eek! I just saw a mouse!

94 Bar Graphs Describe information that can be shown in a bar graph. Bar graphs show numbers or amounts.

95 Bar Graphs A bar graph uses bars to compare amounts. The bars can be vertical or horizontal. Bar graphs usually have a title that summarizes what the graph is about.

96 Bar Graphs The graphs contains two axes, or lines. One axis is vertical and the other is horizontal. One axis has a scale (interval of numbers) and the other shows what the bars stand for. Each axis is labeled for the information it contains. To read the bar graph, find the number that aligns with the end of a bar.

97 FRIDAY Spelling: Vowels with r

98 Spelling Words third early world certain dirty herself earth word perfect verb nerve worm thirsty workout earn determine commercial whirlwind worthwhile virtual

99 Review Games Spelling City: Spelling Words Vocabulary Words Other Vocabulary Words

100 We are now ready to take our story tests. Story test ◦ Classroom webpage, ◦ Reading Test AR ◦ Other Reading Quizzes ◦ Quiz #


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