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1 Big Question: Big Question: What is unique about the landscape of the Southwest? Author: Jackie Mims Hopkins Genre: Modern Fairy Tale

2 Story Sort Vocabulary Words:  Arcade Games Arcade Games  Study Stack Study Stack  Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Vocabulary  Spelling City: Spelling Words Spelling City: Spelling Words

3 Small Group Timer

4 Long e

5  breezy  jury  balcony  steady  alley  trolley  misty  frequency  parsley  journey  chimney  attorney  prairie  calorie  honey  valley  money  finally  movie  country  empty  city  rookie  hockey  collie

6 Vocabulary Words More Words to Know  bargain  favor  lassoed  offended  prairie  riverbed  shrieked  sassy  suspiciously  twang  corral  frontier  rodeo

7  Monday Monday  Tuesday Tuesday  Wednesday Wednesday  Thursday Thursday  Friday Friday

8 Question of the Day What is unique about the landscape of the Southwest?

9  Build Concepts  Author’s Purpose  Story Structure  Build Background  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Volume  Grammar: Compound Sentences  Spelling: Long e  The Southwest

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11  Listen as I read “Growing Up in the Old West.”  As I read, notice how I use a volume suited to the size of the room and the distance of the farthest listener.  Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

12  What was the author’s purpose for writing “Growing Up in the Old West?”  What does the author think about the life of frontier children in the Old West?

13 corral corral  corral – pen for horses and cattle corral frontier frontier  frontier – the farthest part of a settled country, where the wilds beginfrontier rodeo rodeo  rodeo – a contest or exhibition of skill in roping cattle and riding horses and bullsrodeo  Next Slide Next Slide

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

18 Ranch Landscape The Southwest

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22  bargain – an agreement to trade or exchange; deal  favor – act of kindness  lassoed – roped; caught with a long rope with a loop on the endlassoed  offended – hurt the feelings of someone; made angry

23  prairie – large area of level or rolling land with grass but few or no treesprairie  riverbed – channel in which a river flows or used to flowriverbed  shrieked – made a loud, sharp, shrill sound

24  sassy – rude; lively; spirited  suspiciously – without trust; doubtfully  twang – to make a sharp, ringing sound  (Next Slide) (Next Slide)

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28 bargain

29 favor

30 lassoed

31 offended

32 prairie

33 riverbed

34 shrieked

35 sassy

36 suspiciously

37 twang

38 Grammar Compound Sentences

39  she wanted to explore the vally but her father had warned her to be carefull  She wanted to explore the valley, but her father had warned her to be careful.  yesterday she rodes at a steady pace for haf a hour  Yesterday she rode at a steady pace for half an hour.

40  Reba Jo made a promise, but she tried to break it.  This is a compound sentence. When two simple sentences are joined by a comma and a connecting word such as and, but, or or, or when they are connected with a semicolon and no connecting words, they make a compound sentence.

41  A compound sentence is made up of two simple sentences joined by a comma and a connecting word such as and, but, or or.  The two sentences in a compound sentence must have ideas that make sense together.

42  Simple Sentences: The horned toad looks like a toad. It is really a lizard.  Compound Sentence: The horned toad looks like a toad, but it is really a lizard.

43  Reba Jo loved to ride and play her guitar.  simple sentence  The wind blew her hat away, and she rode after it.  compound sentence

44  Reba Jo wanted her hat, but she was frightened.  compound sentence  The horned toad spoke to her and found her hat.  simple sentence

45  Give me some chili, or I will tell your father.  compound sentence

46  The horned toad knocked on the door. Reba Jo’s father let him in.  The horned toad knocked on the door, and Reba Jo’s father let him in.

47  Reba Jo had made a promise. She did not want to keep it.  Reba Jo had made a promise, but she did not want to keep it.  She gave the horned toad some chili. He gobbled it up.  She gave the horned toad some chili, and he gobbled it up.

48  The toad asked Reba Jo to kiss him. At first she refused.  The toad asked Reba Jo to kiss him, but at first she refused.

49  A cowgirl had to kiss the horned toad. He would never become a prince.  A cowgirl had to kiss the horned toad, or he would never become a prince.

50 Long e

51  breezy  jury  balcony  steady  alley  trolley  misty  frequency  parsley  journey  chimney  attorney  prairie  calorie  honey  valley  money  finally  movie  country  empty  city  rookie  hockey  collie

52 Question of the Day In what ways is the Southwestern setting important to The Horned Toad Prince?

53  Context Clues  Author’s Purpose  Story Structure  Sequence  Vocabulary  Fluency: Echo Reading  Grammar: Compound Sentences  Spelling: Long e  Social Studies: Geography of the Southwest  The Southwest

54 Turn to pages

55 Turn to pages

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57  Turn to page 96.  As I read, notice how I lower my volume to show how the toad speaks in a “small voice.”  Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings of this page. Use story cues to adjust your volume.

58 Grammar Compound Sentences

59  what a weird animul that is  What a weird animal that is!  is a horned toad realy a toad or is it a lizard  Is a horned toad really a toad, or is it a lizard?

60  A compound sentence is made up of two simple sentences joined by a comma and a connecting word.  The connecting words and, but, and or usually connect the simple sentence in a compound sentence.  Run-on sentences can be fixed by making them compound sentences.

61 Long e

62  breezy  jury  balcony  steady  alley  trolley  misty  frequency  parsley  journey  chimney  attorney  prairie  calorie  honey  valley  money  finally  movie  country  empty  city  rookie  hockey  collie

63 Question of the Day What important lesson did Prince Maximillian teach Reba Jo?

64  Author’s Purpose  Story Structure  Context Clues  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Volume  Grammar: Compound Sentences  Spelling: Long e  Social Studies: Ranches of the Southwest  The Southwest

65 Turn to pages

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67  Turn to page 99.  As I read, notice how my volume increases slightly when the toad cries out and drops slightly when he speaks in a small voice.  Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings.

68 Grammar Compound Sentences

69  its a beautiful countrie  It’s a beautiful country!  my brother lives in arizona. And my sister lives in new mexico  My brother lives in Arizona, and my sister lives in New Mexico.

70  A compound sentence is made up of two simple sentences joined by a comma and a connecting word.  The connecting words and, but, and or usually connect the simple sentence in a compound sentence.  Run-on sentences can be fixed by making them compound sentences.

71  Using only simple sentences can make your writing dull. Compound sentences help make writing smoother and more interesting.

72 Long e

73  breezy  jury  balcony  steady  alley  trolley  misty  frequency  parsley  journey  chimney  attorney  prairie  calorie  honey  valley  money  finally  movie  country  empty  city  rookie  hockey  collie

74 Question of the Day How did the author tie in the features of the Southwest to the familiar fairy tale of a toad that turns into a prince?

75  Expository Fiction  Reading Across Texts  Content-Area Vocabulary  Fluency: Partner Reading  Grammar: Compound Sentences  Spelling: Long e  Social Studies: A Travel Description

76 Turn to pages

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78  Turn to page 99.  Read this page with a partner three times using appropriate volume for a small group and use story cues to adjust your volume for dramatic effect.

79 Grammar Compound Sentences

80  don’t go near a arroyo. During thunderstorms  Don’t go near an arroyo during thunderstorms.  a flash flood might sweep through the river bed, the water would carry you away  A flash flood might sweep through the riverbed, and the water would carry you away.

81  A compound sentence is made up of two simple sentences joined by a comma and a connecting word.  The connecting words and, but, and or usually connect the simple sentence in a compound sentence.  Run-on sentences can be fixed by making them compound sentences.

82  Test Tip: The comma connecting two simple sentences in a compound sentence goes before the connecting word, not after it.  No: I have heard of a horned toad but, I have never seen one.  Yes: I have heard of a horned toad, but I have never seen one.

83 Long e

84  breezy  jury  balcony  steady  alley  trolley  misty  frequency  parsley  journey  chimney  attorney  prairie  calorie  honey  valley  money  finally  movie  country  empty  city  rookie  hockey  collie

85 Question of the Day What is unique about the landscape of the Southwest?

86  Build Concept Vocabulary  Author’s Purpose  Dialect  Context Clues  Vocabulary  Grammar: Compound Sentences  Spelling: Long e  Illustration/Caption/Label  The Southwest

87  An author may write to persuade, inform, entertain, or express ideas or feelings.  The kinds of ideas and the way the author organizes and states them can help you determine the author’s purpose.

88  Reading dialect may be difficult because words may be spelled in unconventional ways.  Dialect gives a story a sense of realism and makes the characters more colorful.

89  Dialect helps readers gain a sense of how characters from a particular group or region speak.  Dialect differs from standard English in pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar.

90  Authors sometimes provide a synonym that can help readers understand an unfamiliar word.  Locate the words listed on the left side of the T-chart in “The Horned Toad Prince.”  Scan the nearby context to find related synonyms and list those synonyms on the right side of the T- chart. Add other words and synonyms in the story.

91 Word in StorySynonym Nearby entertained (p. 94) arroyo (p. 95) flash flood (p. 95) siesta (p. 98) caballero (p. 104)

92  What are some illustrations you have seen in books, encyclopedias, and magazines?  Illustrations often give readers information about the characters and events in a story or the subject of nonfiction texts.

93  An illustration can be a photograph, drawing, or diagram.  A caption is the text that tells about the illustration. It is usually found below or next to the illustration.  A label is a word or phrase that names part of an illustration.

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95 Grammar Compound Sentences

96  the air in the desert is cleanest then in the city  The air in the desert is cleaner than in the city.  at home the air isnt to clear but here you can see forever  At home the air isn’t too clear, but here you can see forever.

97  A compound sentence is made up of two simple sentences joined by a comma and a connecting word.  The connecting words and, but, and or usually connect the simple sentence in a compound sentence.  Run-on sentences can be fixed by making them compound sentences.

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99  breezy  jury  balcony  steady  alley  trolley  misty  frequency  parsley  journey  chimney  attorney  prairie  calorie  honey  valley  money  finally  movie  country  empty  city  rookie  hockey  collie

100  Story test  Classroom webpage,  Reading Test  AR  Other Reading Quizzes  Quiz #


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