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Uncle Jed’s Barbershop by: Margaree King Mitchell illustrated by: James E. Ransome Unit 4, Lesson 7 Created by: Nancy Luebbers Hamilton ECEC Saint Louis Public Schools – Saint Louis, Missouri
“Uncle Jed’s Barbershop” is a warm and uplifting story about the power of a dream. The story also illustrates the fact that many dreams require money to get them going. The theme of determination expresses itself through the story.
Table of Contents Word Knowledge Vocabulary Comprehension Questions Spelling Words WK Sort Clues, Problems And Wonderings Cause and Effect MAP Questions
Word Knowledge Lines 1 & 2 Line 3Line 5 Line 4Sentence 3 Sentence 4Sentence 2 Sentence 1
Spelling Words 1. offer 2. winner 3. zipper 4. will 5. well 6. he’d 7. isn’t 8. taking 9. monkeys 10. stitches 11. used 12. cutting 13. clippers 14. saving 15. died
Clues, Problems and Wonderings CLUESPROBLEMSWONDERINGS
Word Knowledge Sort We are going to sort some of our word knowledge words into categories to see what kinds of words we have. Are you ready? YESNO
Comprehension Questions While we read today we are going to ask ourselves some questions about what we are reading and what we think about the story. Are you ready to begin? START STORY
Line 1 & 2 haircut barbershop sharecropper nightgown bedclothes shipwreck Table Of Contents Compound Words hair barber share night bed ship cut shop cropper gown clothes wreck Two words put together to form a new word. 6
Line 3 equip imprison Table Of Contents Words with the suffix -ment equipment imprisonment 4
Line 4 segregation operation depression Table Of Contents Words with suffix –tion and -ion segregate operate depress -tion -ion Change from verbs to nouns 3
Line 5 used cutting clippers saving died Table Of Contents Words from the story Uncle Jed’s Barbershop 5
Sentence 1 When he was done, he would pick me up and sit me in his lap and tell me about the barbershop he was going to open one day and about all the fancy equipment that would be in it. Table Of Contents Can you find… Compounds words or words with a suffix?
Sentence 2 When the doctors did examine me, they told my daddy that I needed an operation and that it would cost three hundred dollars. Table Of Contents Can you find… A word with a suffix?
Sentence 3 That was the beginning of the Great Depression. Table Of Contents Can you find… Compounds words or words with a suffix?
Sentence 4 The tailor used clippers for cutting the hem of the dress. Table Of Contents Can you find… words with a suffix?
Great…let’s get your paper ready. Directions: Fold your paper into 4 sections. Label them : Compound words Suffix –ment Suffix –tion Suffix -ion Table Of Contents
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Word Knowledge words to sort. There are 11 words. 1. haircut 2. nightgown 3. equipment 4. segregation 5. barbershop 6. bedclothes 7. sharecroppers 8. imprisonment 9. operation 10. shipwreck 11. depression Table Of Contents
Uncle Jed’s Barbershop Open your book to page 94. Read the Focus Question Let’s start reading. Table Of Contents
What does the word relative mean? A relative is a person who is related to you. Can you name some relative’s in your family? Table Of Contents Stop at the end of page 95.
Who are the characters in this story? Let’s review cause and effect… Cause: Her mama didn’t want him to cut her hair. What is the effect? Cause: He didn’t own his own barbershop. What is the effect? Let’s keep reading and we will stop at the bottom of page 96. Let’s review what we have read. Bottom of page 95. Table Of Contents
Let’s look at what we have read. Can you find us some compound words? Bottom of page 96. Read till the bottom of page 97. Table Of Contents
Can you finish these cause and effect relationships? The nightgown and bedclothes were wet… The girl and her daddy had to wait in a separate waiting room at the hospital… The girl needed an operation… Bottom of page 97. Read to the bottom of page 99. Table Of Contents
Can you find the causes for these effects? She could have the operation she needed because…. He gave his money for Sarah Jean’s operation so… Bottom of page 99. Read to the bottom of page 101. Table Of Contents
Can you find the major turning point? Uncle Jed lost all of the money he had in the bank because… Uncle Jed would have to start saving money for his barbershop all over again because… Uncle Jed’s customers had no money to pay him so… Bottom of page 101. Read to the end of the story. Table Of Contents
Let’s check our comprehension. Why did Uncle Jed walk to his customers’ homes? Why didn’t anyone believe he would ever have his own shop? Why did all Uncle Jed’s customers come to his shop the day it opened? Table Of Contents
Let’s Discuss the Story. We are going to talk about the story that we just read. You can talk about any personal thoughts, reactions, problems, or questions that you have. Let’s remember the rules…raise your hand if you want to talk…when you are finished…call on someone else to share. EVERYONE’s thoughts and opinions are valid and important. Please be RESPECTFUL! Table Of Contents
MAP Questions Do you think that Uncle Jed’s Barbershop is a good title for this story? Why? What would you do to help Uncle Jed? Table Of Contents
Cause and Effect Identifying cause and effect helps you gain a deeper understanding of what you read. We are going to look for relationships in the story and try to find the conclusions when considering cause and effect. What clue words can be used to help us find cause and effect relationships? Table Of Contents
Clue Words Since Because So therefore As a result of In order to Table Of Contents