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1 To Fly: The Story of the Wright Brothers By Wendle Old Day 1Day 1 Day 4Day 4 Day 2Day 2 Day 5Day 5 Day 3 Vocabulary Definitions Vocabulary Sentences Additional Resources

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3 Study Skills Biography Genre: Biography Generalize Comprehension Skill: Generalize Ask Questions Comprehension Strategy: Ask Questions Graphic Sources Comprehension Review Skill: Graphic Sources ContextClues Vocabulary: Context Clues

4 Genre: Biography A biography is the story of a real person’s life as told be someone else. In this biography, the author tells about Orville and Wilbur Wright fulfilling their dream to fly.

5 Summary Few people know about the possibly of flying. The Wright Brothers dream to fly changed the world forever. They proved it possible to set a goal and stick to it until they see it come to reality.

6 Day 1 - Question of the Week How did the Wright brothers’ dream change the world?

7 Vocabulary – Say It cradle drag flex glider hangers rudder stalled

8 More Words to Know Aviation resistance

9 Comprehension Skill Generalize Some generalizations are valid, which means that they are supported by facts or details. Some are faulty. Which means that they are not supported.

10 Comprehension Strategy Ask Questions Good readers can ask questions about what they read. Sometimes the answer to a question will be in one place in the text and sometimes it will be in several places. Sometimes you must combine what you read with what you already know.

11 Practice Generalization 1. What is a generalization? They went during the summer because the weather was usually good. 2. What is another generalization? He and Jim usually hike an hour or two. 3. What is a clue word for number 2? Usually 4. What is another generalization? Campfire often burned late into the night. 5. What is a clue word for number 4? Often

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13 Listen to the Story

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16 1. The Wright brothers taked their first succesful light in Wilbur but Orville were the brother’s names.

17 What if the direct quotation is at the beginning of the sentence? where does it go doon asked Rule 1: “where does it go” doon asked Rule 2: “where does it go?” doon asked ( The source phrase should be separated by a comma except when a question mark or exclamation mark is needed.)

18 Cont….. Rule 3: “Where does it go?” doon asked Rule 4: “Where does it go?” doon asked. Rule 5: “Where does it go?” Doon asked.

19 How would you punctuate a direct quote when the source phrase divides it in two? gone mad lina heard someone say yes completely mad Rule 1: “gone mad” lina heard someone say “yes completely mad” (Remember, the quote is divided in two. Place quotation marks around both parts of the quote.)

20 Rule 2: “gone mad,” lina heard someone say, “yes completely mad” (When the source phrase divides the quotation, it is set off by two commas. One inside the end quote before the source phrase and one right after the source phrase.)

21 Rule 3: “Gone mad,” lina heard someone say, “yes completely mad” (Capitalize the first word of the direct quotation. Most of the time the first word of the second part of the direct quotation is not capitalized because it is not the first word of the quotation. Exceptions would be the word “I” or proper nouns.)

22 Rule 4: “Gone mad,” lina heard someone say, “yes completely mad.” Rule 5: “Gone mad, ”Lina heard someone say, “yes,completely mad.”

23 Five easy rules for correct punctuation! Rule 1 Rule 2 Rule 3 Rule 4 Rule 5 Add quo- tation marks. Separ- ate source phrase from quote. Capital- ize the first word of the direct quotation. Add end marks. Add needed capital- ization and punctuation.

24 Correctly punctuating direct quotations is easy. Just count to 5!

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26 Spelling Words careful tasteful lonely powerful suggestion peaceful recently extremely certainly wisely harmful monthly yearly successful playful thoughtful actually pollution correction eagerly

27 Challenge Words Separation Description Immediately Suspenseful Completely

28 Day 2 - Question on the Week How might the Wright brothers’ early experiences help them achieve their goal of flying?

29  a frame to support weight cradle

30  the force acting on an object in motion, in a direction opposite to the object’s motion. drag

31  to bend flex

32  aircraft without an engine glider

33  buildings for storing aircraft hangars

34  a flat piece of wood or metal hinged vertically to the rear end of an aircraft and used to steer it rudder

35  stopped or brought to a standstill, usually against your wish stalled

36 aviation science or art of operating and navigating aircraft

37 resistance Thing or act that resists opposing force; opposition

38 Weekly Fluency Check Modeling Punctuation Rhythmic Patterns of Language TE 337a As you read you should use punctuation clues such as commas and periods to guide your phrasing and pauses. You may want to read a short portion without pausing for punctuation and discuss its impact on meaning. Read TE 712 as an example of using punctuation.

39 3. “Let’s visit kitty hawk”, my dad suggested. 4. “Whats that,” asked my little sister.

40 A sentence that contains dialogue has two main parts. 1. The direct quotation is a records of the exact words spoken. 2. The source phrase names the speaker and gives clues to how the direct quotation is spoken.

41 There are 5 basic rules for punctuating direct quotations! Rule 1Rule 2 Rule 3Rule 4 Rule 5 Add Quotation marks. Separate source phrase from the quote. Capitalize the first word of the direct quotation. Add end marks Add needed capitali- zation and punctuation

42 How would you punctuate a conversation if the “who said” part comes first?

43 the mayor said out loud please Rule 1: Add quotation marks (“”) at the beginning and end of the direct quote. the mayor said “out loud please”

44 Rule 2: Separate the source phrase from the direct quotation with a coma (,) the mayor said, “out loud please”

45 Rule 3: Capitalize the first word of the direct quotation. the mayor said, “Out loud please”

46 Rule 4: Place a period (.), question mark (?), or an exclamation mark (!) at the end of the sentence before the ending quotation mark. the mayor said, “Out loud please.”

47 Rule 5: Remember all other capitalization and punctuation rules. The mayor said, “Out loud please.”

48 Correctly Punctuated! The mayor said, “Out loud please.”

49 Group Work Readers WB 284 Spelling Day 2 Language Day 2 SmartBoard- Vocabulary QuiaVocabulary Quia

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53 Day 3 – Question of the Week What can you learn about reaching for goals from the Wright brothers’?

54 Review Questions 1. What did building kites teach Orville about flying? 2. How did Orville and Wilbur’s bicycle business help them realize their dream of flying? 3. What kind of relationship do Orville and Wilbur have? How do you know?

55 Review Questions 4.What does the work the Wright brothers did tell you about them as people? 5.Why do you think the author included Samuel P. Langley’s experiences in the selection? 6. Which brother flew first? 7. Was every flight successful

56 The Air Force has many hangars to store and repair aircraft.

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58 A glider is like an airplane without an engine.

59 A glider is like an airplane without an engine

60 A streamlined glider moves through the air with little resistance.

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62 She needed to flex her stiff arm slowly before exercising.

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64 Wedged into a tight cradle, the pilot has to lie back while flying.

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66 The tail of the glider has a rudder, which the pilot moves to the right or to the left when making a turn.

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68 The engine stalled before the plane fell from the sky.

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70 George had to drag the heavy suite case down two flights of stairs.

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72 The pilot took aviation classes

73 The pilot took aviation classes.

74 The wind resistance was powerful.

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77 5. Planes are best now then they were 100 years ago. 6. Actualy, I prefers traveling by train.

78 Group Work Partner Read & WB Spelling Day 3 Language Day 3 SmartBoard- Brainpop- QuotesBrainpop- Quotes

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83 Day 4 – Question of the Week What can you learn more about the Wright brothers’ impact on the world?

84 7. My aunt and me flew to Orlando, we went to Disney World. 8. I packed sun lotion, sunglasses and a sun hat, or it rained the whole time.

85 Group Work Reading Computer Test Essay Questions Language Day 4

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87 Essay Quesitons 1. What is the most likely reason the author pointed out “the first time the word ‘Wright Brothers’ appeared in print” 2. What was the meaning of the selection’s last line, “The Age of Aviation had begun?” 3. What is one detail that supports the main idea that Wilbur and Orville liked to solve difficult problems when they were young boys?

88 Day 5 - Question of the Week How did the Wright brothers’ dream change the world?

89 9. “Please have your boarding passes ready the man at the gate sayed. 10. I looked for mine but I couldn’t find him.

90 Group Work Reading Language Day5 Writing Assignment SmartBoard- Using DialogueUsing Dialogue

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94 Writing Assignment Use the information you learned in the story about the first flight of the Wright brothers and how they invented a new kind of propeller. Write a newspaper account telling about the new propeller invention and the day Wilbur Wright flew 852 feet.

95 Additional Resources Vocabulary Review Vocabulary Quia Brainpop- Quotes Using Dialogue 1903 Wright Flyer Discovery Channel- First Flight Brainpop- Outlining

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