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1 Start the Vocabulary Sheet

2 Vocabulary Development 2-Minutes! What do these prefixes mean? Aqua= Ast= Bas= Bi= Circ= Civi= Com/con= Cycl= Dis= Water-as in aquatic Space-as in astronomy Low-as in basis Two-as in bicycle Around-as in circulate Related to citizen-as in civics Together-as in committee Revolving-as in cyclone Not-as in disagree

3 Let’s Match!! 1.CirculateA. one revolving wheel 2.UnicycleB. to move around 3.CircuitC. revolving winds 4.CycloneD. path around which electricity passes

4 ?? + ?? ? sprawled approached tense pouted command murmur ? ? ?

5 Reading Goal: Theme Today we will begin reading Number the Stars by Lois Lowry. As we read, we will identify the theme of the story. Good readers identify the theme to better understand the big ideas that the author wants to teach.

6 Team Cooperation Goal Finish Tasks

7 Sprawled-arms and legs spread out The panting dog was sprawled on the cold tile floor with his legs spread out.

8 Approached-came closer Patty approached the front door slowly, listening carefully for the barking dog as she came closer.

9 Tense-worried, uptight Mr. Gump was tense as he waited for the results of his medical test, he was very worried.

10 Pouted-sulked Jim pouted and stomped his feet when he was sent to his room without dessert.

11 Command-rule King Arthur had to command a large army of knights.

12 Murmur-mutter “I want to hear what you are saying, so don’t murmur,” Ms. Ruiz reminded T.J. because he was muttering.

13 Review Vocabulary

14 Let’s see what you’ve learned

15 Vocabulary Vault

16 The Library Card Jerry SpinelliMongoose and Weasel So far…school and convenience store Mongoose and Weasel are changing and are causing trouble for themselves

17 The Library Card Theme: Friends don’t always stay the same Let’s see examples of this

18 Number the Stars Lois LowryMama, Kirsti, Annemarie, and Ellen Denmark, in an apartment WWII is happening. Supplies are scarce. Mother went to get Kristi some fish shoes that she hated! They sat and played imaginary games about being in Tivoli. WWII is happening.

19 What has happened so far? Work in teams to come up with what has happened so far. What are the main events that contribute to the plot. Let’s make a prediction about what will happen. Support with evidence. What would be a good question to pose? What are Annemarie and Ellen doing to pass the time?

20 Number the Stars by Lois Lowry

21 Team Talk 1.Which of the following parts of the story supports the theme that people make the best of a bad situation? Annemarie is jealous that Ellen gets to miss school. Mama says it is exciting that Ellen gets to stay with them. Ellen and her family prepare for Jewish New Year. Kirsti wants to watch Ellen’s family light the candles.

22 Partner Read p. 140 & 142 Silent read p.142 & 145 Put 2 sticky notes on words that are new or unfamiliar to you Discuss with team words you clarified Find vocabulary words

23 #1 Reads the Question #2 Answers the Question #3 Agrees or disagrees with evidence from the text #4 Summarizes what the groups discussed

24 Team Discussion-15minutes Discuss answers to team talk questions Write answers to question 4

25 Team Talk 1.Which of the following parts of the story supports the theme that people make the best of a bad situation? Annemarie is jealous that Ellen gets to miss school. Mama says it is exciting that Ellen gets to stay with them. Ellen and her family prepare for Jewish New Year. Kirsti wants to watch Ellen’s family light the candles.

26 Adventures in Writing 15 min Many Danish families risked their homes and lives to hide Jewish families. Why do think the Danish families were willing to take the risk? How would you describe a person who helps other people? Why was it important that the Danish families helped hid the Jews Discuss with your table first.

27 Scoring Guide You answer the question25 points Your answer explains or describes with at least two details25 points Your answer makes sense and has Part of the question in it20 points Your answer is written in complete, correct sentences20 points Your writing has correct capitalization and punctuation10 points

28 Vocabulary Practice

29 Fluency 5 min

30 Fluency Rubric 100 pointsExpressiveness Smoothness Rate and correctness 90 pointsSmoothness Rate and correctness 80 pointsRate and correctness 70 pointsCorrectness


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