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UNIT 5 WEEK 1 DAY 2
REINFORCE THE THEME Page 8, Unlock the Past- Build the Future Do you think these photos show now or then? What do these photos show about the past? Do you think life in the past was harder or easier than it is today? Why?
Then and Now ThenNow People used horses and carts to travel.People use subways, trains, cars, buses, and planes. It took longer to go places.It’s faster to go places. People bought food at street markets.People buy food at supermarkets. People grew their own food.Most people buy their food.
REINFORCE THEME VOCABULARY Theme Vocabulary life the way people live settle to live in a place suburb a part of a city that is away from the center
COMPREHENSION STRATEGY: SUMMARIZE - TO RETELL THE MAIN IDEA AND MOST IMPORTANT INFORMATION Page 8-9 In the past, it took a long time to go places because people used horses. It took a long time to get food because people grew or raised their own food. And it took a long time to get furniture and clothes because people made them. Summarize: Going places and getting food, furniture, and clothes took a lot longer in the past than it does today.
COMPREHENSION STRATEGY: SUMMARIZE - TO RETELL THE MAIN IDEA AND MOST IMPORTANT INFORMATION Page What did children do in the past? What was school like?How did children have fun? Summarize:
PREPARE TO READ How do communities change, and how do they stay the same? Read pages 12-17
WORD STUDY: PREFIX UN-, RE-, MIS- A prefix is a word part added to the beginning of a word. Prefixes change the meaning of the base word. We can use what we know about the meanings of prefixes to help figure out what words mean. Circle the prefixes: Un- means “not” re- means “again” mis- means “incorrect” unhappy untie rebuild misspell misuse misplace replay reread unsafe unable undress unplug
High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words : air, bear, building, fruit, wear, wears, who Decodable Reader 17 : A Day at the Paper Plane Factory Fluency: “One Hundred Years Ago”
CHARACTERISTICS OF A REPORT A good report… Tells about an interesting topic. Includes facts and details that explain the topic. Has an introduction that grabs the reader’s attention and tells what the report is about. Has middle paragraphs that add facts and details to explain the parts of the topic. Has a conclusion that sums up the major points and leaves the reader with something to think about.
CHOOSE A TOPIC A good topic… interesting to the writer and the reader Not too broad and not too narrow Examples… Electric or hybrid cars Camcorders Whiteboards replace chalkboards
GATHER INFORMATION AND TAKE NOTES Teaching Today, Lee Salas Problems with chalkboards * messy * some people allergic to chalk dust * chalk dust damages computers