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1 Author: Scott O’DellGenre: Historical Fiction Big Question: How do people survive in the wilderness?

2 Small Group Timer

3 Review Games Story Sort Vocabulary Words: Arcade Games Study Stack Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Spelling Words

4 Spelling Words Long Vowel Diagraphs: ai, ee, ea, oa, and ow

5 coast feast speech wheat Spain paint arrow needle charcoal praise faint maintain crease groan breeze willow appeal bowling complain sneeze dungarees bungalow campaign speedometer referee

6 Big Question: How do people survive in the wilderness? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

7 Vocabulary Words gnawed headland kelp lair ravine shellfish sinew brackish cove deafening flint green gutted quartz Vocabulary WordsMore Words to Know

8 Monday Question of the Day How do people survive in the wilderness?

9 Today we will learn about: Build Concepts Theme and Setting Visualize Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Model Pitch Grammar: Introduce Independent & Dependent Clauses Spelling: Long Vowel Digraphs Survival

10 Fluency Model Pitch

11 Fluency: Model Pitch Listen as I read “The Sign of the Beaver.” As I read, notice how I lower my voice to indicate straight narration and raise it to indicate dialogue or an important moment. Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

12 Fluency: Model Pitch Describe the time and place for this story. What lessons does Attean teach Matt?

13 Concept Vocabulary flint – hard, gray or brown stone that makes a spark when struck against steel flint green – not ripe; not fully grown gutted – removed the intestines of quartz – hard mineral made of silicon and oxygen found in many different kinds of rocksquartz (Next Slide)

14 flint

15 quartz

16 Concept Vocabulary (To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.)

17 Build Concept Vocabulary Build Concept Vocabulary flint, green, gutted, quartz ToolsCooking Survival

18 Theme & Setting, Visualize Turn to page

19 Prior Knowledge Think about things you know about the Pacific coast. Pacific Coast

20 Vocabulary Words

21 gnawed – bitten at or worn awaygnawed headland – narrow ridge of high land jutting out into the waterheadland kelp – large, tough, brown seaweedskelp

22 Vocabulary Words lair – den or resting place of a wild animallair ravine – long, deep, narrow, valley eroded by running waterravine shellfish – water animal with a shellshellfish sinew - tendonsinew

23 More Words to Know brackish – slightly salty cove – small, sheltered bay; inlet on a shorecove deafening – very loud; amazingly noisy (Next Slide)

24 gnawed

25 headland

26 kelp

27 lair

28 ravine

29 shellfish

30 sinew

31 cove

32 Vocabulary Words WordSynonymAntonymSentence gnawed headland kelp lair ravine shellfish sinew

33 Grammar Independent and Dependent Clauses

34 marge like to read adventur storys Marge likes to read adventure stories. she readed a book set in spain She read a book set in Spain.

35 Dependent & Independent Clauses It would be my home until the white men returned in their ship. This sentence begins with an independent clause (It would be my home) and ends with a dependent clause (until the white men returned in their ship).

36 Dependent & Independent Clauses A related group of word with a subject and a predicate is called a clause. A clause that makes sense by itself is a independent clause. A clause that does not make sense by itself is a dependent clause.

37 Dependent & Independent Clauses A complex sentence contains an independent and a dependent clause. Native Americans lived on the island until they were attacked. Independent: Native Americans lived on the island Dependent: until they were attacked

38 Dependent & Independent Clauses If the dependent clause comes first, set it off with a comma. Until they were attacked, Native Americans lived on the island. If the independent clause is first, no comma is needed: Native Americans lived on the island until they were attacked.

39 Dependent & Independent Clauses Is each group of words a dependent or independent clause? if you live on an island dependent the tides affect your life independent the water level rises independent

40 Dependent & Independent Clauses Is each group of words a dependent or independent clause? when the tide comes in dependent much of the beach disappears under water independent until the tide goes out dependent

41 Dependent & Independent Clauses Combine the two clauses to make a sentence. if you live on an island the tides affect your life If you live on an island, the tides affect your life. the water level rises when the tide comes in The water level rises when the tide comes in.

42 Dependent & Independent Clauses Combine the two clauses to make a sentence. much of the beach disappears under water until the tide goes out. Much of the beach disappears under water until the tide goes out.

43 Spelling Words Long Vowel Diagraphs: ai, ee, ea, oa, and ow

44 coast feast speech wheat Spain paint arrow needle charcoal praise faint maintain crease groan breeze willow appeal bowling complain sneeze dungarees bungalow campaign speedometer referee

45 Tuesday Question of the Day What challenges does the setting present for Karana?

46 Today we will learn about: Dictionary/Glossary Theme and Setting Character and Plot Vocabulary Fluency: Choral Reading Grammar: Introduce Independent & Dependent Clauses Spelling: Long Vowel Digraphs Social Studies: Map and Globe Skills Channel Islands Survival

47 Vocabulary Strategy: Dictionary/Glossary

48 Island of the Blue Dolphins Turn to pages

49 Fluency Choral Reading

50 Fluency: Choral Reading Turn to page 75, first two paragraphs. Notice the drop in pitch at periods and the rise in pitch at the question mark. Now we will practice together as a class by doing three choral readings of these paragraphs.

51 Grammar Independent and Dependent Clauses

52 mr jones is a expert on Native american history Mr. Jones is an expert on Native American history. him gived a talk about the cherokee to our class He gave a talk about the Cherokee to our class.

53 Dependent & Independent Clauses A related group of words with a subject and a predicate is called a clause. A clause that makes sense by itself is an independent clause. A clause that does not make sense by itself is a dependent clause.

54 Spelling Words Long Vowel Diagraphs: ai, ee, ea, oa, and ow

55 coast feast speech wheat Spain paint arrow needle charcoal praise faint maintain crease groan breeze willow appeal bowling complain sneeze dungarees bungalow campaign speedometer referee

56 Wednesday Question of the Day How does Karan’s personality help her survive on the isolated island?

57 Today we will learn about: Theme and Setting Visualize Vocabulary Fluency: Model Pitch Grammar: Introduce Independent & Dependent Clauses Spelling: Long Vowel Digraphs Social Studies: Native Americans Survival

58 Island of the Blue Dolphins Turn to pages

59 Fluency Model Pitch

60 Fluency: Pitch Turn to page 82, last two paragraphs. Notice how I lower my pitch slightly at the end of a paragraph and then raise it again at the start of the succeeding paragraph. Now we will practice together as a class by doing three choral readings of these paragraphs.

61 Grammar Independent and Dependent Clauses

62 if you go to south dakota. You should see the badlands If you go to South Dakota, you should see the Badlands. thay looks like a sene from another planet They look like a scene from another planet.

63 Dependent & Independent Clauses A related group of words with a subject and a predicate is called a clause. A clause that makes sense by itself is an independent clause. A clause that does not make sense by itself is a dependent clause.

64 Dependent & Independent Clauses Complex sentences add interest to writing and help show relationships between ideas. Review your writing to see if you can elaborate by joining or adding clauses with subordinating conjunctions such as when, it, because or after.

65 Spelling Words Long Vowel Diagraphs: ai, ee, ea, oa, and ow

66 coast feast speech wheat Spain paint arrow needle charcoal praise faint maintain crease groan breeze willow appeal bowling complain sneeze dungarees bungalow campaign speedometer referee

67 Thursday Question of the Day What physical abilities and personal qualities do you think are important in order to survive a wilderness crisis?

68 Today we will learn about: Interview Reading Across Texts Content-Area Texts Fluency: Partner Reading Grammar: Introduce Independent & Dependent Clauses Spelling: Long Vowel Digraphs Social Studies: Map and Globe Skills

69 Seven Survival Questions Turn to pages

70 Fluency Partner Reading

71 Fluency: Partner Reading Turn to page 82, last two paragraphs. Read these paragraphs three times with a partner. Be sure to read with the proper pitch. Offer each other feedback.

72 Grammar Independent and Dependent Clauses

73 natives on the cost hunted, and fished at see Natives on the coast hunted and fished at sea. They lived near the water. Because it was there source of food They lived near the water because it was their source of food.

74 Dependent & Independent Clauses A related group of words with a subject and a predicate is called a clause. A clause that makes sense by itself is an independent clause. A clause that does not make sense by itself is a dependent clause.

75 Dependent & Independent Clauses Test Tip: A dependent clause may come before or after an independent clause. When it comes first, it is set off by a comma. Beginning: When the salmon swam upriver, natives caught many fish. Ending: Natives caught many fish when the salmon swam upriver.

76 Spelling Words Long Vowel Diagraphs: ai, ee, ea, oa, and ow

77 coast feast speech wheat Spain paint arrow needle charcoal praise faint maintain crease groan breeze willow appeal bowling complain sneeze dungarees bungalow campaign speedometer referee

78 Friday Question of the Day How do people survive in the wilderness?

79 Today we will learn about: Build Concept Vocabulary Theme and Setting Imagery Dictionary/Glossary Grammar: Introduce Independent & Dependent Clauses Spelling: Long Vowel Digraphs SPQ3R Survival

80 Setting and Theme The theme is the underlying meaning of a story. The theme is often not stated. You can figure out a theme when you have finished reading from events and other evidence in the story.

81 Setting and Theme The setting is where and when the story takes place. Writers use details, such as sights and sounds, to describe it.

82 Setting and Theme Setting Sounds Sights Smells Tastes Feelings

83 Imagery Imagery is the use of words to help readers experience the way things look, sound, smell, taste, or feel. An image is any detail that stimulates any of your five senses or your imagination. Writers use imagery to make characters and setting seem real.

84 Imagery The writer’s choice of words and images helps to set the mood (the atmosphere or feeling of a written work) and tone (the writer’s attitude toward the subject or toward the audience) of a piece of writing.

85 Dictionary/Glossary You can use a dictionary or glossary to check the meaning of an unfamiliar word that you cannot define with context clues. Use a dictionary to look up the meaning and part of speech of these words from “Island of the Blue Dolphins” and then write a sentence using each word.

86 Dictionary/Glossary WordMeaningPart of Speech Sentence cliffs tide gruel broadened

87 SPQ3R What can you do to make sure you understand a selection before, during, and after reading it? You can use SPQ3R- surveying, predicting, questioning, reading, reciting, and reviewing.

88 SPQ3R When you survey a selection, you look for information in the title, author name, chapter heading, and illustrations to get ideas of what you are about to read. When you predict, you imagine (based on your survey) what the selection will be about.

89 SPQ3R When you question, you ask what you want to find out as your read. When you read for understanding, you keep your questions and predictions in mind. When you recite, you tell or write about what you learned from reading.

90 SPQ3R When you review, you look back at the predictions you made, the questions you asked, the answers your found, and the information you learned.

91 Grammar Independent and Dependent Clauses

92 Afer white settlers tooks there land many native amerians lived on reservations After white settlers took their land, many Native Americans lived on reservations. with little land, it was dificult to hunt with bow and arow With little land, it was difficult to hunt with bow and arrow.

93 Spelling Words Long Vowel Diagraphs: ai, ee, ea, oa, and ow

94 coast feast speech wheat Spain paint arrow needle charcoal praise faint maintain crease groan breeze willow appeal bowling complain sneeze dungarees bungalow campaign speedometer referee

95 We are now ready to take our story tests. Story test ◦ Classroom webpage, ◦ Reading Test AR ◦ Other Reading Quizzes ◦ Quiz #


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