2 Question of the Day What jobs do you do around your home? Around my home, the jobs I do are _____.T300
3 Today’s Read Aloud: Pancakes What might the purpose be for listening or reading a poem?You can enjoy the poem even more if you understand what the writer is trying to say. You should start by looking at the title of the poem to see what the title is going to be about.
4 Today’s Read Aloud: Pancakes Hot, fluffy, steaming,Pancakes in a pile.If I don’t eat them nowThere will be none left in a while.My little twin sisters,As cute as they can be,Are reaching out already!Will there be any left for me?A stack of delicious pancakes,A tower on a dish.I’d eat from twelve to twenty-fourIf I could have my wish.T301
5 Today’s Read Aloud: Pancakes What is the poem about?How do you know?How does the writer feel about pancakes?
6 Today’s Read Aloud: Pancakes What are the rhyming words in the poem?pile/wile be/me dish/wish
8 Adding -esss, x, ch, and shThe plural form of nouns that end with these letters or letter combinations is made by adding –es.
9 Plurals –s, -espatchpatch ends with ch so –es must be added to make it plural patcheswishwish ends with sh so –es must be added to make it plural wishesboxbox ends with x so –es must be added to make it plural boxesT303
10 Plurals : You Try!Write these spelling words in your journal and circle the root word in each word.glassesrocksgamesdishesboxestoysT303
11 Plurals –s, -es Say this word: PENNY When penny becomes plural the final y is replaced by the letter i. Then the –es ending is added.penny Change y to i pennies
12 Plurals –s, -es Lets do some more changing the y to i! baby Change the y to i Then add –es babiesspy Change the y to i Then add –es spiescity Change to y to i Then add –es cities
13 Plurals –s, -es Tell me the singular form of each of these words! buddiesskiesdaisesberriesfriesladiesliliesbuddyskydaisyberryfryladylilly
14 Ellen Ochoa, Astronaut Think Critically Which section of this biography would you read if you wanted to find out about Ellen Ochoa’s childhood?What did Ellen Ochoa invent?Do you think Ellen Ochoa is a hero? Explain.How can you tell that the author wants readers to know that music is important to Ellen Ochoa?WRITE: Think about the skills you are learning in school. Choose two of these skills, and explain how they might be important for your future.T315
15 She was born in Los Angeles, California. Her mother worked very hard. ChildhoodSchool YearsAdultChildhoodSchool YearsAdultShe was born in Los Angeles, California.Her mother worked very hard.Ellen never dreamed of being an astronaut.She was born in los Angles, California.Her mother worked very hard.Ellen never dreamed of being an astronaut.Ellen was a top student.She worked hard in school.Ellen loved music and math.Ellen was a top student.She worked hard in school.Ellen loved music and math.Ellen became a musician, an inventor a pilot, and an astronaut.In 1993, she flew on the space shuttle, Discovery.Ellen became a musician, an inventor, a pilot, and an astronaut.In 1993, she flew on the space shuttle, Discovery.Practice page 29 T316
16 Check Comprehension: Summarizing You can use the practice page 28 to help you write a summary of Ellen Ochoa: Astronaut.Remember!A summary has a:main ideaimportant details
17 Fluency : Reading Rate Good readers read at a steady pace. They do not slow down or speed up unless the text requires it.They also stop to find out the meanings of unknown words.Then they continue at a consistent, or steady, rate of speed.Turn to page 118 and track as I read.Now you whisper read page or 4 times to yourself. Trying to read with no errors and reading at a steady rate.Turn to your partner and read this page.T316
18 “What’s in the News?”“What’s in the News?” is an example of a newsletter. A newsletter gives information about events in someone’s life or in an organization.Most newsletters have certain features that make them appeal to the reader. These features include:Attention-gathering headlinesPhotos or other graphicsThird-person point of view (using the pronouns he, she, it, they)Strong detailsTurn your book to page 134!
19 “What’s in the News?”Name three things-in time order-that the third grade class did at the Johnson Space Center.Who are Jenny Matthews and Juan Ortiz?How do the students know what’s for lunch next Thursday?
20 Connections Turn to page 136 Think about the author’s purpose in writing “Ellen Ochoa, Astronaut” and the author’s purpose in writing “What’s in the News?” How are they alike?Both texts give information about people and events. “Ellen Ochoa, Astronaut” is a factual account of the life of an astronaut. “What’s in the News?” is an account of a visit to a space center. TT- Text to Text ConnectionThink about the phrase “reach for the stars, “What does that phrase mean to you?What did you learn about being an astronaut that you did not know before?
21 ConnectionsThink about the phrase “reach for the stars, “What does that phrase mean to you?To me, “reach for the stars” mans that I try to attain whatever goals I might have.TS- Text to Self ConnectionWhat did you learn about being an astronaut that you did not know before?I did not know that it was so difficult to get into the astronaut program.TW- Text to the World
22 BiographyTo inform about Ellen Ochoa.Ellen delivered supplies to other astronauts.determinedIf you set your mind to something you can do anything.To show that Ellen did not give up.She was the first Hispanic woman in space.“A Trip Into Space”
23 Essay: Why was Ellen good at so many things Essay: Why was Ellen good at so many things? Use Information and details from “Ellen Ochoa, Astronaut” to support your answer.Ellen always worked hard to get ahead. She was determined to do her best and wouldn’t give up. She also did things she loved.
24 Build Robust Vocabulary Open your books to page 114! Let’s Read!Why was Neil Armstrong such a talented pilot?Do you look forward to when you can apply to college?What did Neil Armstrong test as a research pilot?Do you think Neil Armstrong felt confident about testing each new invention?Does anything ever hinder your plans? Explain.Why weren’t the other astronauts disappointed that Neil Armstrong took the first step on the moon?T304
25 Build Robust Vocabulary Would someone who writes music, be described as talented?Would you apply for a job as a dog catcher? Why or Why not?Would you like to write a research report about space? Explain.What is one very important invention? Why is it important?What would hinder you from joining the circus?If your party were cancelled, would you feel disappointed?
26 DOL Cory has ambitious plans to an astronaut become. become an astronaut.Cory has ambitious plans to an astronaut become.Matthew and Alyssa has confidence?3. The green and blue book are on the table.have.books
27 Compound Subjects and Predicates A compound subject has two or more parts. Compound subjects are often joined with the words and or or, as in:“Sophia and Freddy will go to Miami”“Bill or Maria will meet them at the airport”.Ellen and her husband moved to Texas.“Ellen and her husband” is the compound subject, joined by the word and.
28 Compound Subjects Ellen worked hard at the job. Her friend worked hard at the job.In the first sentence the subject is Ellen. In the second sentence the subject is Her friend. Since so many words in the two sentences are the same, it would make sense to combine them.How would you combine the subjects to make these into one sentence.Ellen and her friend worked hard at the job.T318
29 Compound Subjects and Predicates Ellen Ochoa studied and trained.“studied and trained” is the compound predicate joined by the word and.Lets make these two sentences into one sentence.Ellen loved science.Ellen respected science.Ellen loved and respected science.
30 Writing: Biography A Biography Is the story of a real person’s life as told by another person.Begins when the person is born or is very young.Is usually told in time order.T319
31 Biography of _________ ChildhoodYoung AdultAdultPrewriting T319