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Lesson 1 The word is… trudged What is the word? trudged We trudged through the tall grass to get to the lake. Which would you trudge through, a pool.

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4 The word is… trudged What is the word? trudged We trudged through the tall grass to get to the lake. Which would you trudge through, a pool or a swamp?  Sarah trudged into the kitchen because she did not want to get up for school.  If you walked slowly as though your feet were stuck in the mud, you trudged. T35 TRUDGED

5  Mrs. Burton gushed at Sarah to show how glad she was to see her.  When you were excited about something and talked a lot about it, you gushed.  The word is….  gushed  What is the word?  gushed  Jason’s parents gushed whenever he scored a goal in a soccer game.  When would you gush over a puppy – when it obeyed you, or when it chewed your shoe? T35 GUSHED

6  Something that is pleasant is enjoyable and makes you happy.  The word is…  pleasant  What is the word?  pleasant  What would the weather be like on a pleasant day?  Do you think the training class was a pleasant experience for the dog? Why? Why not? T42 TRANSPARENCY R5 PLEASANT

7  A coincidence is when two things happen that seem to fit together but are not connected.  The word is…  coincidence  What is the word?  coincidence  If you and a friend wore the same clothes on the same day, would that be a coincidence?  Was is a coincidence that the girl and Buddy were both wearing red? Explain T42 TRANSPARENCY R5 COINCIDENCE

8  If you modeled something, you showed it so that other people could see it.  The word is…  modeled  What is the word?  modeled  Why would you see a costume being modeled?  Why did the girl watch while the teacher modeled the commands? T42 TRANSPARENCY R5 MODELED

9 Someone who is loyal stands by you in good times and bad. The word is… loyal What is the word? loyal How would a loyal friend behave? What would a loyal dog do for you? T42 TRANSPARENCY R5 LOYAL

10  If you recited something, you memorized it and then spoke it aloud.  The word is..  recited  What is the word?  recited  When have you recited something in front of other people?  Why would it help if you recited a dog’s commands over and over again? T42 TRANSPARENCY R5 RECITED

11  When people murmur, they speak so softly that they can hardly be heard.  The word is…  murmur  What is the word?  murmur  Is it hard to hear something that is murmured?  Why didn’t Buddy obey when the girl murmured? MURMUR

12 Angela felt frustrated that Ruby kept copying her. When you try and try to do something and cannot, then you might feel frustrated. The word is… frustrated What is the word? frustrated Would you feel frustrated if you couldn’t open a jar, or if someone opened it for you? T 56 TRANSPARENCY R2 FRUSTRATED

13 Ruby imitated Angela by wearing a red bow in her hair. If you copied what someone did or said, you imitated him or her. The word is… imitated What is the word? imitated Would you imitate a dog by taking it for a walk or by making a barking sound? T57 TRANSPARENCY R2 IMITATED

14 1. we have a new student today? 2. She will sat in the frunt row DAILY PROOFREADING T36

15  Check your work!  1. We have a new student today. 2. She will sit in the front row. DAILY PROOFREADING T36

16  A sentence is a group of words that tells a complete thought.  You make sentences all the time when you talk.  Sarah tumbled out of bed.  Notice:  the words are in order  they make sense to tell a complete thought  It begins with a capital letter  ends with an end mark (period) GRAMMAR: SENTENCES: STATEMENTS & QUESTIONS T36

17  Sarah tumbled out of bed.  One part of the sentence tells who or what  Sarah  and the other part tells what the who or what is or does.  tumbled out of bed GRAMMAR: SENTENCES: STATEMENTS & QUESTIONS T36

18  A sentence is a group of words that tells a complete thought.  You make sentences all the time when you talk.  Sarah tumbled out of bed.  Notice:  the words are in order  they make sense to tell a complete thought  It begins with a capital letter  ends with an end mark (period) GRAMMAR: SENTENCES: STATEMENTS & QUESTIONS T36

19 #1-3 – I DO, #4-6 – WE, #7 – 10 Y’ALL/PARTNER SENTENCES: STATEMENTS Doesn’t tell who or what.

20 1. used the markers. 2.My friend 3. liked the CD. 4. is in the drawer. 5.The dog 6.The boys Complete each incomplete sentence in your Language Notebook. T36 INDEPEND ENT PRACTICE: SENTENCE S: STATEMEN TS & QUESTION S

21 has pretty gemstones. My favorite necklace The wooden sailboat The green frog ate a fly. The brown bear wore a pretty dress. slept in a cave. Mary’s sister has an orange sail. Match two of the following phrases to form a complete statement. You should form 5 complete sentences. Write the sentences in your notebook.

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24 TURN TO PG.18 IN YOUR BOOK. REPEAT THE YELLOW WORDS AFTER ME. THEN FILL IN THE BLANK AS I READ.

25 Thumbs up/down: Was it a coincidence that the girl and Buddy were both wearing red? TURN AND TALK: What would a LOYAL dog do for you? Thumbs up/down: Do you think the training class was a pleasant experience for the dog? Why or why not? RESPOND TO TEXT:

26 Choices: Trudged Gushed Frustrated Imitated One afternoon, Mrs. Alderman and Mrs. Davis were walking third grade students to the buses. Unfortunately a couple of students (1)________ through a water puddle and splashed them. Both of the teachers became (2)________, but to their surprise, the students came back and apologized. When they went back inside, with wet feet, the teachers (3)_________ what happened for Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Whatley, and Mrs. Hill. They all (4)__________ about how proud they were for the students’ proactive behavior. HELP ME COMPLETE THE STORY. NUMBER YOUR PADDLE OR PAPER 1-4.

27 DAILY PROOFREADING Write and correct these sentences in your notebook. (Language Section) 1. we hopped like Ruby 2. she has a loyal dog? T58

28 DAILY PROOFREADING Check your Work! 1. We hopped like Ruby. statement 2. She has a loyal dog. statement T58

29 Each of these sentences are statements. A statement tells something and starts with a capital letter and ends with a period. Her bow is red. She wore a painted shirt to school. Ruby and Angela are friends. STATEMENTS

30 Remember statements tell something! Are these statements? Ruby likes to hop. Does she like to run? On the board. STATEMENTS T58

31 I Do: 1 – 2 We Do: 3 – 4 Y’all Do: 5

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34 Trudged: (choral resp.)Would a person have trudged through long grass or thick mud? If you trudged, did you run quickly or walk slowly? Gushed: (partner talk)What might cause a parent to gush? If I name a coincidence, say “What a Coincidence”. If it’s not a coincidence, say, “Of Course” if two people in your family had the same last name you and your best friend had the same birthday Dr. Hudson and Mr. Evans had on the same shirt Two teachers cheering for Auburn VOCABULARY T72-73

35 Pleasant: Would a bully be a pleasant person to be around? What kind of person would be pleasant? Modeled: Have you ever modeled a new outfit? Can someone show me how you modeled a new outfit? Murmured: If I name something that would be murmured, whisper the word murmured. If it’s something that should be loud instead, say “bigger voice”. A secret An important announcement A cheer Talking at the lunch table VOCABULARY T72-73E

36 Loyal: Turn to your partner. Would a loyal friend be someone you could trust? How would a loyal friend behave? Recited: Who can tell me what is recited every day at school? What else might a student recite? Frustrated: Why can waiting sometimes make you frustrated? Let’s make a list of things that frustrate us… Imitated: If you wore new blue shoes and the next day your friend had new blue shoes, would you think he or she had imitated you? When would you be pleased to have someone imitate you? VOCABULARY T72-73

37 Correct these sentences in your language section! 1. do you know his name. 2. many points did she score. DAILY PROOFREADING T74-75

38 Did Ruby raise her hand? Casey plays sports. The first is a question because it asks something and ends with a question mark. The second sentence is a statement because it tells something. STATEMENTS AND QUESTIONS

39 You can often change a statement to a question. These are great question words to memorize! Who, What, When, Where, How, Can, Do, Does, Will, and Why (say list with me) Lets revise the this sentence into a question. Casey plays sports. What sports does Casey play? Does Casey play sports? Where/When does Casey play sports? STATEMENTS AND QUESTIONS T74-75

40 PARTNERS: Complete these questions in your notebook! Write the whole question (you can use the words above to help). 1. __ sits next to you?2. __ are you? 3. __ time is it?4. __ is the test? 5. __ I try?6. __ are you smiling? 7. __ you be there? 8. __ you do your homework? STATEMENTS AND QUESTIONS WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY, HOW, CAN, DID, WILL…. T 74

41 Who sits next to you? Where/how are you? What time is it? When/Where is the test? Can I try? Why are you smiling? Can/Will you be there? Did/Can you do your homework? STATEMENTS AND QUESTIONS T74-75

42 PRACTICE Markers: Paddles or desk….

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44 You will interview a person in the class (or at home) You have to use the question words when asking a question. Write the question you ask your partner and his/her answer in your notebook. Underline the question word! Be sure to put a ? STATEMENTS AND QUESTIONS whowhatwhendo howwherecanwhy whowhatwhendo howwherecanwhy

45 Label the following as F (fragment), S (statement), or Q (question).  went home ___________  Did you like your lunch?_____________  I love chocolate. ____________  My mom _______________  is fun _______________  When is it time for snack? ______________  Today is going to be a great day. ____________ Unscramble the group of words to form a statement or question. Be sure to use the correct end mark.  football good was game the _________________________________________________________________  you go did to game the _________________________________________________________________  he where live does now _________________________________________________________________  favorite math is subject my _________________________________________________________________ GRAMMAR STUDY GUIDE

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47 Would you murmur or gush in these situations? -Won a prize- Told a secret - Got caught doing something wrong - Got a new pet Would you recite or imitate in these situations? - Said a poem- Learned a language - Played Simon Says- Said the Pledge of Allegiance Would you be frustrated in these situations? - Waiting for someone- Dropping the ball in a game - Repeating a mistake- Succeeding on the first try VOCABULARY T82

48 Would this be a coincidence? Two students wearing the same hat one day Your friend making her room look just like yours Would this be pleasant? Getting a shotEating ice cream A sunny dayvisiting a friend Which friend is loyal? A friend sticking up for you A friend telling tales VOCABULARY

49 Do this in your notebook! Use trudged in a sentence! Use modeled in a sentence!

50 1.Grace was nice to the new student. 2.My teacher showed how to write the letter Q. 3.My dog is a faithful pet. 4.Byron mumbled because he was nervous.  modeled  loyal  pleasant  murmured SYNONYMS: WORDS THAT MEAN THE SAME! MATCH THE UNDERLINED WORD TO A VOCABULARY WORD THAT HAS THE SAME OR ALMOST THE SAME MEANING. WRITE THE UNDERLINED WORD AND ITS MATCH. T83

51 DAILY PROOFREADING CCorrect these sentences in your notebook! 1.the writer spoke to the whole class 2.do you know the writer’s name T84

52 DAILY PROOFREADING CCorrect these sentences in your notebook! 1.The writer spoke to the whole class. 2.Do you know the writer’s name? T84

53 Remember a sentence tells a complete thought, begins with a capital letter, ends with an end mark, and uses a word order that makes sense. There are two kinds of sentences! What are they? Statements and Questions! STATEMENTS AND QUESTIONS

54 A statement tells something. It begins with a capital letter and ends with a period. A question asks something. It begins with a capital letter and ends with a question mark. STATEMENTS AND QUESTIONS

55 The following sentences are part of a list of interview questions you might use if an author visited our class. Are these sentences statements or questions? 1.This is my list of questions. 2.How did you start writing? 3.What is your favorite book? POWERPOINT PRACTICE w/cards STATEMENTS AND QUESTIONS

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