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1 Off to Adventure! Mrs. Williams 3 rd Grade Surprise Elementary

2 What is an adventure? How would you turn a day into an adventure? How do you think people feel when they are about to start an adventure?

3 Read pgs

4 Journal What type of adventure would you like to go on? In your group make a list of things you would need to take on your adventures.

5 Tree Map on Adventure When finished work on Practice Book pg. 9 AdventureTypes of Things you may need

6 Davy Lowe I am going to read aloud a story about a Canadian gold miner’s unexpected adventure in the 1940s. Day 1

7 TE pg. 15A-15B

8 Comprehension 1.What happens when Davy hits the bear on the nose? 2.Why does the birch begin to bend? 3. Why does the bear run away?

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10 It’s time for... These are words... We use them for... Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

11 Rock Climbing Vocabulary belay: being tied to a person or a rock with a rope for safety.

12 descent: a trip down into or from something (such as a mountain)

13 harness: a set of straps that can attach to a safety rope.

14 ledge: a shelf of rock

15 rappel: to come down a cliff by sliding down a rope.

16 trekked: made a slow and difficult journey on foot. Read pgs. 16 & 17 Meet the Author & Illustrator

17 I can use illustrations to create reasonable predictions. Predict: Think of a possibility that makes sense based on text clues and personal experiences. Take a look at the pictures of this story and make predictions about what will happen to the boy and his dog

18 Cause and Effect

19 Rain Wet Listen to: Cliff Hanger

20 Cause-and-Effect Chart (Practice Book pg. 12) Cause (Why does it happen?) Cause (Why does it happen?) Effect (What happens?) Effect (What happens?) Climbers leave Grits on the mountain. Axel and Dag set out to rescue Grits. He thinks Grits might fall from Monkey Ledge. Axel decides to climb up and get Grits in spite of the storm. Axel climbs carefully, using all the proper equipment. He reaches monkey ledge safely. Electricity from the storm fills the air. The hair on Axel’s head and arms stands up. Partway down the cliff, Axel runs out of rope. He free climbs the rest of the way down.

21 You are Great Readers!

22 Day 2

23 It’s time for... These are words... We use them for... Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

24 Rock Climbing Vocabulary belay: being tied to a person or a rock with a rope for safety.

25 descent: a trip down into or from something (such as a mountain)

26 PB pg. 11 Read Cliff Hanger

27 Cause and Effect One story event often makes another event happen. One event is the cause of another event, which is the effect. What happens? (effect) Why does it happen? (cause)

28 “Stay where you are,” he said. “I’m going for help.” Why does Dag say this? Axel cannot find a handhold and is stranded on the cliff. Dag’s decision is the effect. Axel cannot find a handhold and is stranded on the cliff. Dag’s decision is the effect.

29 Comprehension Strategy: Cause and Effect Using a Multi-Flow Map, choose an important event in the story and give three actual or possible causes and effects of that event.

30 Base Words Many words are made by adding beginnings and endings to smaller words called base words. He was climbing very carefully. In climbing, the ending –ing has been added to the base word climb. T.E. pg. 49C

31 Find the Base Word! Lighting flashed. Dag counted slowly. Axel picked up the shivering dog.

32 PB pg. 16

33 Echo reading Cliff Hanger Why echo read? –Build fluency and expression –Better than reading in front of everyone by yourself –When you come to a word you don’t know you can hear it being read

34 You are Great Readers!

35 Day 3

36 It’s time for... These are words... We use them for... Vocabulary we want to know Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!

37 Vocabulary Rocks! We will be going over your vocabulary words about rock climbing.

38 harness: a set of straps that can attach to a safety rope.

39 ledge: a shelf of rock

40 Cause and Effect TE pg. R8 I was cold, so I put on a jacket. Because we were tired, we took a nap. The effect describes something that happens. The cause tells why it happens.

41 Alphabetical Order TE pg. 49G friendflashharnesshand

42 Alphabetical Order Sort the words below into alphabetical order. washedwaistdisaster dancerdifficultsoup upset stormtime thunder Check your Work! 1. dancer4. soup8. upset 2. difficult5. storm9. waist 3. disaster6. thunder10. washed 7. time Partner Read “Cliff Hanger” Transparency 1-3

43 You are Great Readers!

44 Day 4

45 Vocabulary Rocks! We will be going over your vocabulary words about rock climbing.

46 rappel: to come down a cliff by sliding down a rope.

47 trekked: made a slow and difficult journey on foot.

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49 Reviewing Cliff Hanger Listen to Cliff Hanger Play Jeopardy

50 When You Are Finished After you finish your Weekly Skills Test: 1.Make sure your name, date, and assignment are written clearly on the top left of the paper. 2.Turn your test paper to me and put your answer key in the reading tray. 3.Read a book of your choice. Day 5


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