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1Author: Patricia MacLachlan Illustrator: Meg Kelleher Aubrey Sarah, Plain and TallAuthor: Patricia MacLachlanIllustrator: Meg Kelleher AubreyCalahan ElementaryMs. Sheida – 4th Grade
2List the S/S Cards for each Vowel Pattern. Write the Word.Find the Vowel Patterns.How many syllables?Split into syllables.List the S/S Cards for each Vowel Pattern.18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.9.10.
3List the S/S Cards for each Vowel Pattern. Write the Word.Find the Vowel Patterns.How many syllables?Split into syllables.List the S/S Cards for each Vowel Pattern.126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.9.10.
4Write the Word.Find the Vowel Patterns.How many syllables?Split into syllables.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.9.10.
5Write the Word.Find the Vowel Patterns.How many syllables?Split into syllables.18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.9.10.
6Antonym Match wrong dark night small light right stop day big up sad fastdownhotdarksmallrightdayuplittlecoldhappyslowstart
7What are Plural Nouns? Some plurals end with –s Examples) plant / plants book / booksSome plurals end with –esExamples) bench / benches fox / foxesSome plurals change the “y” to an “i” and add “-es”Examples) butterfly / butterflies city / cities
8What are Irregular Plurals? Brainpop Jr-game + writeIrregular Plurals do not follow the rules!Some singular nouns must be changed to make an irregular plural, other do not change at all!child = goose =man = moose =woman = sheep =mouse = deer =tooth = ox =
9R/W Workbook p. 29 – 30 “Regular and Irregular Plurals” Brainpop Jr. – “Plural Nouns”Nouns (Plurals) – Unit 1 Workbook
101: energy energetic sympathy sympathetic Word Knowledge1: energy energetic sympathy sympathetic2: hundredth tenth fourth twentieth3: lately carefully seriously finally4: Sarah is more energetic this morning.5: This dog is Caleb’s fourth collie.6. Lately Anna has wanted to get a cat.
11Sarah is more energetic this morning. Identify the word with the –etic suffix.energeticWhat is the root word?energy
12Use each word below in an oral sentence. Notice how the words below change when the suffix –etic is added to the root word.Use each word below in an oral sentence.Noun:Adjective:energyenergeticsympathysympatheticpoetrypoetic
13ordinal numbers eleventh fourth fortieth thirteenth First, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth,seventh, eighth, ninth, tentheleventhfourth4th GradefortiethCan you think of any other ordinal numbers that end with th?thirteenth
14lately carefully seriously finally The suffix –ly is added to each of the following words. Identify each root word.latelycarefullyseriouslyfinally
15Prefix- an addition to the beginning of the word (re- to do again) reshingle - to shingle againrefill - to fill againrewrite - to write againredo - to do it again
16These words from the story contain /e/ spelled ea or ie. eagermarriedsealprairiesneak
17Most seals live in water and have flippers for feet. What sound do the letters, ea, have in the word seals?Long e
18This dog is Caleb’s fourth collie. Pick out the ordinal number in the sentence.fourth
19“Will she like us?” asked Caleb very softly. Look for the –ly suffix.“Will she like us?” asked Caleb very softly.Identify the word with the suffix –ly.softlyWhat is the root word?soft
20Objective:Today we will learn new words so that we can better understand what we read.
21Sarah, Plain and Tall Vocabulary troublesomefeistyenergeticmild manneredpesky
22How can we figure out the meaning of a word? apposition – the definition of a word is found between two commas.prefixbase word (Show word structure posters)suffixcontext clues – help you figure out the meaning of a word, by using the other words in the sentence as clues.The porcelain doll my late great grandmother gave me is priceless.
23Context CluesWhen you are reading a story and come across a word you do not know, use it’s context – the information, words, and sentences around the unfamiliar word – to find out its meaning.Context clues help you figure out the meaning of a word!!!
25troublesome “use context clues and word structure”Sometimes Caleb can be troublesome.The students who passed notes in class were rude and troublesome.troublesome-causing problems or difficulties
26troublesome Definition: causing problems or difficulties Base + Suffix: trouble + someSynonym: bothersome, annoyanceAntonym: helpful, easyPart of Speech: adjective
27cuddlesome gruesome lonesome awesome handsome adventuresome “-some” suffix makes an adjective a characteristic. It has that trait. Some examples…cuddlesomegruesomelonesomeawesomehandsomeadventuresome
28feisty “use context clues” Papa was late because his colt was acting feisty.The feisty little dog strained at her leash during the walk.feisty - full of energy
29feisty Definition: full of energy Synonym: energetic, spirited, frisky, enthusiasticAntonym: lazy, tiredPart of Speech: adjective
30energetic “use context clues” John’s wife-to-be is young and energetic.Jimmy had a cold and was not very energetic.energetic- having energy; spirited
31energetic Definition: having energy; spirited Base + Suffix: energy + eticSynonym: active, lively, feistyAntonym: tired, sluggishPart of Speech: adjective
32mild mannered “use context clues and word structure” I am strong and I work hard, but I am not mild mannered.Paul remained mild mannered even when his plane was late.mild mannered- gentle in nature
33mild mannered Definition: gentle in nature, acts calm Synonym: easygoing, calm, patientAntonym: troublesome, unfriendlyPart of Speech: adjective
34pesky “use context clues” “What if she thinks we are loud and pesky?” asked Caleb.The golfer was angered by the pesky rabbit on the golf course.pesky- annoying
38Sarah, Plain and TallGenre- Historical FictionPoint of View- First Person (Anna)Author’s Purpose- EntertainOur need for human relationships can cause us to take risks.Jacob Witting, widowed father of Anna and Caleb, places an advertisement in a newspaper for a wife.Sarah Wheaton answers the advertisement. Through letters, Sarah and the Witting family get to know each other.Sarah agrees to travel west to see is she would like to live there. Will Sarah miss her old home? Will the Wittings and Sarah create a new family? What risks will Sarah face?
39PrairieA prairie is an extensive, level or slightly rolling, mostly treeless tract of land in the Mississippi valley, characterized by a highly fertile soil and originally covered with course grasses.-Webster's Dictionary"Outside the prairie reached out and touched the places where the sky came down.”--Sarah, Plain and Tall
40Clues, Problems, Wonderings Let’s browse the historical fiction story Sarah, Plain and Tall and look for clues about the story, problems you may have while reading the story, and wonderings you have about the story.This is a fiction story, so we only want to browse the first few pages so as not to give away the ending.We want to write our findings in note form.
42Big Ideas Our need for human relationships can cause us to take risks. Long-term commitment requires carefully thought out decisions.The consequences of not taking some risks are sometimes worse than the consequences of taking them.
43Decoding- Think/Pair/Share Find the word that has the same sound as the underlined word part. 1. able indeed 3. highA) apple A) cried A) eightB) can B) history B) graphC) jeans C) head C) insideD) straight D) escape D) birthday
44Which words are split into syllables correctly? Line 1 – pes-ky pe-ering latel-yLine 2- cost-ly drugs-tore bel-ongLine 3- forw-ard tra-vel cer-tainLine 4- bo-dy app-ear na-tionLine 5- seld-om anyt-hing mid-dle
45“Subject and Predicate” Complete Sentences“Subject and Predicate”subject – the subject of a sentence tells who or what the sentence is about.Ex) Sarah is plain and tall.The stew was delicious.predicate – the predicate of a sentence tells something about the subject.Ex) Sarah traveled far from home.Mama sang every single day.
46R/W Workbook p. 31 – 32 “Complete Sentences” Subject/Predicate Activities(Parts of Speech Folder)Brainpop – “Subject and Predicate”Schoolhouse Rock Activities
47Making InferencesAn inference is a statement a reader makes about a character or event from a story. To make an inference, the reader uses:information from the story, such as examples, facts, reasons, and descriptions.personal experience or knowledge, which is the memories and experiences you bring to the story.
48R/W Workbook p. 23 – 24 “Making Inferences” Notebook Files – Making Inferences (Unit 1 – Workbook)Brainpop Jr. – “Make Inferences”
49First Person or Third Person? 1. My favorite color is yellow. I love yellow daisies and sunflowers.2. My family and I decided to go to the park this weekend. We had a great time!3. Ms. Sheida teaches fourth grade. She is in Room 17. She enjoys having a classroom that is tidy and organized.4. He enjoyed listening to the folktale about rainbow bird, it was one of his favorite tales.
50R/W Workbook p. 25 – 26 “Author’s Point of View”
51Sarah, Plain and Tall is a fiction story. The genre is historical fiction.