n. A partly burned piece of coal or wood. A pile of cinders lay at the bottom of the fire pit. cinders S1C4PO2, 04 We are acquiring and using new vocabulary for speaking and reading.
n. A hollow bowl-shaped area at the mouth of a volcano. The hikers peered down into the deep rocky crater below. crater S1C4PO2, 04 We are acquiring and using new vocabulary for speaking and reading.
n. The hard outer layer of the earth. Cracks in the earth's crust help create volcanoes. crust S1C4PO2, 04 We are acquiring and using new vocabulary for speaking and reading.
n. A volcanic explosion or large flow of lava. The newspaper showed photos of the eruption of a volcano in Nicaragua. eruption S1C4PO2, 04 We are acquiring and using new vocabulary for speaking and reading.
n. Hot melted rock that flows from a volcano. As the lava moved down the hillside, it set fire to the trees in its path. lava S1C4PO2, 04 We are acquiring and using new vocabulary for speaking and reading.
n. Molten rock underneath the earth's surface. Magma boiled up through cracks deep inside the mountain. magma S1C4PO2, 04 We are acquiring and using new vocabulary for speaking and reading.
adj. Made liquid by heat. The molten lava glowed red-orange. molten S1C4PO2, 04 We are acquiring and using new vocabulary for speaking and reading.
n. The top of a mountain. Carolyn and I cheered when we finally reached the summit of Mount Rainier. summit S1C4PO2, 04 We are acquiring and using new vocabulary for speaking and reading.
Word Roots -rupt and -struct A word root is a part of a word that has meaning but cannot stand alone. Mt. St. Helens erupted. Word root -rupt means “break” or “burst” Word part e- means “out of” So the word erupt means, “to break or burst out”
Word Roots -rupt and -struct A word root is a part of a word that has meaning but cannot stand alone. The lava was destructive. Word root –struct means “build” Word part de- means “undo” So the word destructive means, “unbuilding” or “destroying”
A word root is a part of a word that has meaning but cannot stand alone. Word root: rupt Mount St. Helens erupted. e = “out of” rupt = “break” or “burst” erupt = “to burst out”
Word root: struct The lava was destructive. de = “undo ” struct= “build” destructive = “unbuilding” or “destroying”
Dictionary Definitions word Phonetic respelling (Pronunciation) Phonetic respelling (Pronunciation) Part of speech definition italicized sentence Your going to be figuring out the meaning of each word. Remember to use sample sentence.
Dictionary Definitions Figure out the meaning of each word. Remember to use sample sentence.
Categorize and Classify shield volcanocinder cone volcano composite volcanodome volcano Sort the words below into the four above categories. Lassen Peakplugged with lavaKilaueaMauna Loa most commongentle slopeStrato-volcanoesMount Shasta upside-down cone thick, slow moving lava explosivelyGuatemala Mount HoodMount St. Helen shield volcanocinder cone volcano composite volcanodome volcano Mauna Loaupside-down coneMount Hood thick, slow moving lava KilaueaGuatemalamost commonplugged with lava gentle slopeexplosivelyMount ShastaMount St. Helen Strato-volcanoesLassen Peak
With your shoulder partner, discuss and answer in complete sentences, questions 1-7 on page 100 of your text. You may look back in your text if you need to. When you're finished begin thinking about the following questions. On page 85, the author describes two ways in which ancient peoples explained volcanoes. What is another explanation ancient peoples might have given for them? What kinds of things do you think visitors to the Mount St. Helens National Monument might see? How might this view change over time? The earth’s crust is made up of many huge plates. Why is this knowledge useful to people who try to predict and map volcanic eruptions?
Word Roots Construct a Word deruptive disstructor conion eure inter in Use two or three columns from the chart to construct a word that fits into these sentences. 1.Sam’s swimming ____________ taught him how to do the backstroke. 2.I watched the ____________ of the volcano from my window. 3.We helped our cousin ___________ a tree house in the backyard. 4.The hurricane left a path of ____________ along the coast. 5.Please don’t ____________ me when I’m talking! 6.The noise in the hall was very ______________ during our rehearsal. 7.The leak was caused by a _____________ in the pipeline. 8.The children sat on top of the climbing ___________ in the playground. instructor eruption construct destruction interrupt disruptive rupture structure
Categorize and Classify A category is a group of people, animals, things or ideas that are alike. When you categorize you name the groups, like Vehicles. When you classify you put items in groups according to their similarities. You can place cars and trucks in the category of Vehicles.
Categorize and Classify. You do. Create a graphic organizer classifying and categorizing, How Volcanoes Erupt. Include two categories, Gentle Eruptions and Violent Eruptions. Include what they are like. Include examples of which volcanoes were Gentle Eruptions and which were Violent Eruptions. What they are like Gentle Eruptions What they are like Violent Eruptions Example
Singular and Plural Nouns. You do. After you have completed this, take the plural nouns and use them in a short story.
Dictionary Definitions. Multiple Meanings. I do. Sometimes dictionary entry words have more than one definition. Read the sentence carefully and use context clues to decide which definition is being used. The definitions are listed in the order of which is most popular.
Dictionary Definitions. Multiple Meanings. I do. Decide which defintion is being used in the following sentence. We will book a table at our favorite restaurant for my birthday. Definition #2
Dictionary Definitions. Multiple Meanings. I do. Decide which defintion is being used in the following sentence. My mother plants perennials in her garden since they last longer. Definition #3
Dictionary Definitions. Multiple Meanings. I do. Decide which definition is being used in the following sentence. We will need the cable to tie the doors shut before the storm hits. Definition #1
Dictionary Definitions. Multiple Meanings. I do. Decide which definition is being used in the following sentence. The bear was too busy eating berries to notice us. Definition #1
With your partner, read pages 102-105 from your text using the skills mentions in the yellow column on the left of page 102. When you are finished fill in the graphic organizer and discuss these questions with your partner. Which characters in this folktale are good? What actions make them so? According to the folktale, what is happening when Popo trembles and tears of fire flow from his heart? Which character or characters are bad? Why? Think about the original tellers of “The Princess and the Warrior” and about Seymour Simon, the author of Volcanoes. How are their purposes for storytelling and writing alike? How are their purposes different?
Step 1 Read the Story Summery to yourself one time. Be sure to use good hand gestures to help you as you read. Step 2 Turn to your shoulder partner and partner read the story with lots of expression. Don’t forget the gestures that you have practiced. Step 3 Take turns asking and answering at least five questions each about the text. Remember to both ask and answer questions with high enthusiasm.
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 basket. 3. Finish your Mountain Language. 4. Read a book of your choice.
Journal Prompt: Take Another Look Comparisons On page 96, the author compares a plugged- up dome volcano to a bottle of soda water with a cork in it. Find some other comparisons the author used to help readers understand volcanoes. Look at pages 88, 89, and 94. Try to make up a new comparison in place of each one the author has used. Try to make your comparison as vivid as you can.
Choose one of the Newspaper articles available and on a piece of notebook paper, answer the following questions about the article you chose. What is the article about? Where and when is the article talking about? Why did it happen and why is this important? Who is the article about?
Using a Multi-Flow Map, choose an important event in the story and give three actual or possible causes and effects of that event.
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