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1 Title: Fly, Eagle, Fly! Author: Christopher Gregorowski Illustrator: Niki Daly Genre: Folk Tale

2 Small Group Timer

3 Spelling Words  monster  surprise  hundred  complete  control  sample  instant  inspect  pilgrim  contrast  explode  district  address  substance  children  merchant  embrace  purchase  curtsy  contract

4 Vocabulary Words More Words to Know  clutched  echoed  gully  reeds  scrambled  valley  clambered  crevices  reluctantly  coaxed  frightening  nudged

5 Big Question: Why might an eagle act like a chicken?  Monday Monday  Tuesday Tuesday  Wednesday Wednesday  Thursday Thursday  Friday Friday

6 Monday Question of the Day Why might an eagle act like a chicken?

7 Today we will learn about:  Build Concepts  Plot and Theme  Graphic Organizers  Build Background  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate and Expression/Intonation  Grammar: Prepositions  Spelling: Syllable Pattern VCCCV  Fitting In

8 Fluency: Model Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate, and Expression/Intonation

9 Fluency: Model Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate, and Expression/Intonation  As I read “Eaglet’s World,” I will read with accuracy and at an appropriate pace. I will use different tones of voice to show surprise, happiness, or other emotions as I read.  Be ready to answer questions after I finish reading.

10 Fluency: Model Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate, and Expression/Intonation  What is the “big idea” of the story?  How does Eaglet’s leaving the nest compare to human children leaving home?

11 Build Concepts Build Concepts coaxed, frightening, nudged Why You Don’t Want to Change Why You Want to Fit In How Others HelpYou Fitting In

12 Turn to pages 112 – 113.

13 Build Background: Prior Knowledge What do you know about eagles? K (What do you know?) W (What would you like to learn?) L (What did you learn?)

14 Vocabulary Words  clutched – grasped something tightly clutched  echoed – heard again  gully - ditch made by heavy rains or running watergully  reeds – tall grasses that grow in wet placesreeds

15 Vocabulary Words  scrambled – to make your way, especially by climbing or crawling quickly  valley – a region of low land that lies between hills or mountains valley

16 OtherVocabulary Words Other Vocabulary Words  clambered – climbed something using your hands and feet  crevices – narrow splits or crackscrevices  reluctantly – not really want to do something

17 OtherVocabulary Words Other Vocabulary Words  coaxed- talked into doing something by using gentle words and kindness  frightening – scary  nudged – pushed gently or lightlynudged  Next slide Next slide

18 clutched

19 gully

20 reeds

21 valley

22 crevices

23 nudged

24 Grammar: Prepositions

25  a eagle sudenly appeared on the Ridge  An eagle suddenly appeared on the ridge.  the eagles flight took us by suprise  The eagle’s flight took us by surprise.

26 Prepositions  A voice was calling outside in the darkness.  In is a preposition. The words in the darkness are a prepositional phrase.

27 Prepositions  A preposition is the first word in a group of words called a prepositional phrase.  A preposition phrase ends with a noun or pronoun called the object of the preposition.  A prepositional phrase tells more about other words in a sentence.

28 Prepositions  Preposition: The eagle lived on a cliff.  Prepositional Phrase: The eagle lived on a cliff.  Object of Preposition: The eagle lived on a cliff.

29 Prepositions Prepositions Hint: A preposition is anything a rat can do to a woodpile.  about  above  across  after  against  along  among  around  at  before  behind  below  beneath  beside  between  beyond  by  down  during  except  for  from  in  inside

30 Prepositions Prepositions Hint: A preposition is anything a rat can do to a woodpile.  into  near  of  off  on  onto  out  outside  over  past  since  through  throughout  to  toward  under  underneath  until  up  upon  with  within  without

31 Prepositions Prepositions Find the prepositional phrase.  My family drove through the Rocky Mountains.  through the Rocky Mountains  A huge bird flew across the sky.  across the sky

32 Prepositions Prepositions Find the prepositional phrase.  It settled above a rocky cliff.  above a rocky cliff  It stopped beside a huge nest.  beside a huge nest  Inside the nest, baby eagles rested.  Inside the nest

33 Prepositions Prepositions Choose the preposition in ( ) that makes sense.  The word _____a baby eagle is eaglet. (for, into)  for  An eagles is covered ____ fuzz. (from, with)  with  Eaglets leave the nest ___12 weeks. (after, onto)  after

34 Spelling Spelling: Syllable Pattern VCCV

35 Spelling Words  monster  surprise  hundred  complete  control  sample  instant  inspect  pilgrim  contrast  explode  district  address  substance  children  merchant  embrace  purchase  curtsy  contract

36 Tuesday Question of the Day Why does the farmer think he can make the eagle act like a chicken?

37 Today we will learn about:  Syllables VCCCV  Context Clues  Plot Structure  Graphic Organizers  Word Structure  Vocabulary  Fluency: Choral Reading  Grammar: Prepositions  Time for Science: Living Facts  Instinct  Fitting In

38 Turn to pages

39 Turn to pages

40 Fluency Fluency: Choral Reading

41 Fluency: Choral Reading  Turn to page 120.  As I read, notice how my voice changes in tone as I read dialogue.  We will practice as a class doing three choral readings of this page.

42 Grammar Grammar: Prepositions

43  the bald eagle live high on top the clif  The bald eagle lives high on top of the cliff.  it seems like the bigest bird in the wirld  It seems like the biggest bird in the world.

44 Prepositions  A preposition is the first word in a group of words called a prepositional phrase.  A preposition phrase ends with a noun or pronoun called the object of the preposition.  A prepositional phrase tells more about other words in a sentence.

45 Prepositions  Preposition: The eagle lived on a cliff.  Prepositional Phrase: The eagle lived on a cliff.  Object of Preposition: The eagle lived on a cliff.

46 Prepositions Prepositions Hint: A preposition is anything a rat can do to a woodpile.  about  above  across  after  against  along  among  around  at  before  behind  below  beneath  beside  between  beyond  by  down  during  except  for  from  in  inside

47 Prepositions Prepositions Hint: A preposition is anything a rat can do to a woodpile.  into  near  of  off  on  onto  out  outside  over  past  since  through  throughout  to  toward  under  underneath  until  up  upon  with  within  without

48 Spelling Spelling: Syllable Pattern VCCV

49 Spelling Words  monster  surprise  hundred  complete  control  sample  instant  inspect  pilgrim  contrast  explode  district  address  substance  children  merchant  embrace  purchase  curtsy  contract

50 Wednesday Question of the Day In the end the farmer could not make the eagle act like a chicken, even though he raised it with chickens. Why not?

51 Today we will learn about:  Graphic Organizers  Generalize  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate, and Expression/Intonation  Grammar: Prepositions  Spelling: Syllable Pattern VCCCV  Time for Science: Geography  Fitting In

52 Turn to pages

53 Fluency Fluency: Model Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate, and Expression/Intonation

54 Fluency: Accuracy, Appropriate Pace/Rate, and Expression/Intonation  Turn to page 122.  As I read, notice how I read with expression and intonation, pausing at commas, and changing my voice at exclamation points.  We will practice as a class doing three choral readings of this page.

55 Grammar Grammar: Prepositions

56  jamal has saw a movie bout eagles  Jamal has seen a movie about eagles.  they builds nests with sticks and leafs  They build nests with sticks and leaves.

57 Prepositions  A preposition is the first word in a group of words called a prepositional phrase.  A preposition phrase ends with a noun or pronoun called the object of the preposition.  A prepositional phrase tells more about other words in a sentence.

58 Prepositions  Test Tip: Some words can be prepositions or not, depending on their use in a sentence.  Remember that a preposition is part of a phrase and is followed by a noun or a pronoun. It cannot stand alone.

59 Prepositions  Not a preposition: The eagle flew down.  Preposition: The eagle flew down the mountain.

60 Prepositions Prepositions Hint: A preposition is anything a rat can do to a woodpile.  about  above  across  after  against  along  among  around  at  before  behind  below  beneath  beside  between  beyond  by  down  during  except  for  from  in  inside

61 Prepositions Prepositions Hint: A preposition is anything a rat can do to a woodpile.  into  near  of  off  on  onto  out  outside  over  past  since  through  throughout  to  toward  under  underneath  until  up  upon  with  within  without

62 Spelling Spelling: Syllable Pattern VCCV

63 Spelling Words  monster  surprise  hundred  complete  control  sample  instant  inspect  pilgrim  contrast  explode  district  address  substance  children  merchant  embrace  purchase  curtsy  contract

64 Thursday Question of the Day Have you ever not felt like yourself? Why? Was the experience good or bad?

65 Today we will learn about:  Suffixes –er, -or, -ess, -ist  Fantasy  Reading Across Texts  Content-Area Vocabulary  Fluency: Paired Reading  Grammar: Prepositions  Spelling: Syllable Pattern VCCCV  Time for Science: Coyotes

66 Turn to pages

67 Fluency Fluency: Paired Reading

68 Fluency: Paired Reading  Turn to page 122.  With a partner, take turns reading aloud this page.  Read at a good pace with accuracy and expression.  Be sure to offer each other feedback.

69 Grammar Grammar: Prepositions

70  the eagle is diveing into the Pond  The eagle is diving into the pond.  the childdren were interested of the eagl’s dives  The children were interested in the eagle’s dives.

71 Prepositions  A voice was calling outside in the darkness.  In is a preposition. The words in the darkness are a prepositional phrase.

72 Prepositions  A preposition is the first word in a group of words called a prepositional phrase.  A preposition phrase ends with a noun or pronoun called the object of the preposition.  A prepositional phrase tells more about other words in a sentence.

73 Prepositions  Preposition: The eagle lived on a cliff.  Prepositional Phrase: The eagle lived on a cliff.  Object of Preposition: The eagle lived on a cliff.

74 Prepositions Prepositions Hint: A preposition is anything a rat can do to a woodpile.  about  above  across  after  against  along  among  around  at  before  behind  below  beneath  beside  between  beyond  by  down  during  except  for  from  in  inside

75 Prepositions Prepositions Hint: A preposition is anything a rat can do to a woodpile.  into  near  of  off  on  onto  out  outside  over  past  since  through  throughout  to  toward  under  underneath  until  up  upon  with  within  without

76 Spelling Spelling: Syllable Pattern VCCV

77 Spelling Words  monster  surprise  hundred  complete  control  sample  instant  inspect  pilgrim  contrast  explode  district  address  substance  children  merchant  embrace  purchase  curtsy  contract

78 Friday Question of the Day Why might an eagle act like a chicken?

79 Today we will learn about:  Build Concept Vocabulary  Plot and Theme  Author’s Language  Word Structure  Grammar: Prepositions  Spelling: Syllable Pattern VCCCV  Take Notes/Record Findings  Fitting In

80 Plot and Theme  The plot of a story includes the important things that happen at the beginning, middle, and end.  As you read, think about what happens in the story and why these things are important.  As you read, think, “What is the big idea of the story? What did a character learn in this story?”

81 Author’s Language  The words an author chooses can tell us a lot about the author’s purpose, the author’s viewpoint, and the genre of writing.  An author might use metaphors and sweet words for a love poem.  An author might use funny words and onomatopoeia in a humorous story.

82 Word Structure: Endings  You can use word structure and endings to help determine the meaning of unfamiliar words.  List any unknown words you find as you read “Fly, Eagle, Fly!”  Create a chart showing the unknown word, its word structure with base and –ed ending, and their definition of the word.

83 Endings WordBase + EndingMeaning

84 Bird Words  Some words, such as eagle, refer to birds.  With a partner use reference sources to find different words about birds.  Examples: pigeon, hawk, feathers, blue jay, turkey, sparrow, flight, soar, preen, flap

85 Grammar Grammar: Contractions

86  tamara and me couldnt find dad’s coin with an eagles picture  Tamara and I couldn’t find Dad’s coin with an eagle’s picture.  its worth a lot of mony  It’s worth a lot of money.

87 Prepositions  A voice was calling outside in the darkness.  In is a preposition. The words in the darkness are a prepositional phrase.

88 Prepositions  A preposition is the first word in a group of words called a prepositional phrase.  A preposition phrase ends with a noun or pronoun called the object of the preposition.  A prepositional phrase tells more about other words in a sentence.

89 Prepositions  Preposition: The eagle lived on a cliff.  Prepositional Phrase: The eagle lived on a cliff.  Object of Preposition: The eagle lived on a cliff.

90 Prepositions Prepositions Hint: A preposition is anything a rat can do to a woodpile.  about  above  across  after  against  along  among  around  at  before  behind  below  beneath  beside  between  beyond  by  down  during  except  for  from  in  inside

91 Prepositions Prepositions Hint: A preposition is anything a rat can do to a woodpile.  into  near  of  off  on  onto  out  outside  over  past  since  through  throughout  to  toward  under  underneath  until  up  upon  with  within  without

92 Syllables VCCCV  pilgrim  How many syllables are there?  2  How many vowel sounds are there?  2  How many consonants are there between the vowels?  3, lgr  pil / grim

93 Syllables VCCCV  When I say the word pilgrim, I hear two syllables.  I hear two vowels, /i/ and /schwa/.  I see three consonants: l, g, r.  I split the syllables between pil and grim because gr is a blend and should not be divided.

94 Syllables VCCCV Syllables VCCCV Read the words and divide them into syllables.  surprise  farther  hundred  complete  instead  control  fortress  parsley  We choose healthy snacks when we get hungry.  hun / gry  The teacher will explain the math problem to the class.  ex / plain

95 Suffixes –er, -or, -ess, -ist  We studied the suffixes –er, -or, -ess, and –ist.  Read this word to yourself.  Raise your hand when you know what the word means.  inventor  What is the base word?  invent

96 Suffixes –er, -or, -ess, -ist  Do the same thing with these words:  hostess  runner  typist

97 Suffixes –er, -or, -ess, -ist  sculptor  tourist  golfer  collector  painter  actress  artist  heiress  cyclist  narrator  baker  flutist

98 Suffixes –er, -or, -ess, -ist  The stewardess pointed to our seats in the plane.  You should be quiet when you are a visitor at a museum.  She was a finalist in the science fair.  My mother works as a banker a the bank in our town.

99 Take Notes/Record Findings  Describe how you would take notes for a research project.  Notes must be neatly organized. Write the date at the top of the page. Record the name of the source, including chapters and sections that you use.

100 Take Notes/Record Findings  Begin by skimming and scanning the source to get a sense of what it is about. You may want to write down some main ideas or topics. Organize your notes under these main ideas.

101 Take Notes/Record Findings  Keep key words in mind as you read through the source. If you find a fact or idea you feel is important, write it down. Summarize information in your own words.

102 Spelling Spelling: Syllable Pattern VCCV

103 Spelling Words  monster  surprise  hundred  complete  control  sample  instant  inspect  pilgrim  contrast  explode  district  address  substance  children  merchant  embrace  purchase  curtsy  contract

104 Review Games Spelling City:  Spelling Words Spelling Words  Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words  Other Vocabulary Words Other Vocabulary Words

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


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