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1Unit 1, Lesson 6“The Legend of Damon and Pythias”
2Objectives:You will:recognize base or root words and prefix and suffix.Practice recognizing when the letter c makes the /k/ sound.Practice recognizing vivid nouns that refer to groups of peopleDevelop fluency reading words and sentences.Recognize words with the short sound
3Word Knowledge – Words Unit 1 - Lesson 6 Line 1:astonish astonished astonishmentLine 2:punish punishing punishmentLine 3:appoint appointed appointmentWhat do these words have in common?Suffix _ed = in the past_ment= the act or process of___
4Line 4:country coins cried could crowd cruel What do these words have in common?The k sound made with c is followed by the vowel a,o, u or any consonant except h.
5Line 5: tyrant champion prisoner traitor What do these words have n common?Types of people. This is good descriptive nouns to make your writing more interesting.
6Line 6: struggle robbers last prison tell What do these words have in common?Short vowel sounds a, e, I, o, u.
7Sentence 1: When Damon heard that his friend Pythias had been thrown into prison, and the severe punishment that was to follow, he was heartbroken.Sentence 2: I’ll tell him that if you do not return by the appointed day, he may kill me, in your place.Sentence 3: The King of that country was a cruel tyrant.Identify words with suffix or inflectional endings.Punishment, appointed
8Sentence 1: When Damon heard that his friend Pythias had been thrown into prison, and the severe punishment that was to follow, he was heartbroken.Sentence 2: I’ll tell him that if you do not return by the appointed day, he may kill me, in your place.Sentence 3: The King of that country was a cruel tyrant.Identify a word with a K sound spelt with cCountryIdentify a word for a type of person.tyrant
9Word Knowledge – Sentences Unit 1 – Lesson 6 Sentence 4: When robbers get caught stealing, they go to prison.Identify words with a short vowel sound.
11The King of the country was a cruel tyrant. Throughout history, people have suffered under the harsh laws of tyrants.
12tyrant (n.) a harsh, unjust ruler When the tyrant learned his people had wheat, he decided to take it all for the royal family.
13rebel Why didn’t the people rebel? At long last, the people rose up to rebel against the unjust laws.
14rebel (v.) to resist a ruler’s power He will rebel against the king because of his unfair decisions.
15appointed Have they appointed you their champion? Travis was appointed Most Valuable Player after the game.
16appointed (v.) to name officially They appointed him to be in charge of the committee.
17traitor I consider him a traitor, but I’m certain he’s no fool. Every country has harsh lawsagainst anyone who is a traitor.
18traitor (n.) someone who betrays another’s trust The man was a traitor to his country.
19honorable To be an honorable person, Still, would an honorable man like Pythias let such a good friend die for him?To be an honorable person,one must always try to do theright thing.
20honorable (adj.) deserving of honor or respect Their judge made an honorable decision.
21Spelling Words (review of short vowels) brandcandyplanhobbybestreadustopjumpsenttellprisonlastrobbersstruggle
22Day 1: Prior KnowledgeWhat stories do you know of the show trust and loyalty between true friends?What sorts of actions indicate trust and loyalty between friends?How is reading a play different from other types of reading?What are the characteristics of plays?Performed live with actors, costumes, and stage sets.
23Build BackgroundThis story takes place in ancient Sicily, an island off the coast of Italy. You may notice the differences between the way the characters lived and the way people live today.This story is based on a famous Greek myth. Myths are often remembered and passed down because the characters in them demonstrate qualities that people admire. Many myths are fictional, but some are based on actual events or real people. Damon and Phthias were real people who lived more than two thousand years ago.
24Preview and Prepare Selection Vocabulary Let’s browse through the story looking for any clues, problems, and wonderings you might have about the story.Selection Vocabulary
25Student Observation Clues Problems Wonderings One narrator How do character Damon andseems to be Phthiasin trouble become modelsWith the king of true friendship.
26First Read pagesWe are going to read our selection using these comprehension strategies:Monitoring and Adjusting Reading Speed: sometimes it is necessary to slow down and reread in order to understand information.Asking QuestionsSummarizing
27Language Arts NounsNouns name everything. Nouns are words that name people, places, things, and ideasExample: boy zoo balloons timeCommon nouns name any person, place thing, or idea. Common nouns start with a lowercase letterExample: girl , park, skyscraper, nationality
28Proper nouns name specific persons, places, things, or ideas Proper nouns name specific persons, places, things, or ideas. They start with a capital letter.Example: Megan, Yellowstone Park, Sears Tower, Cuban.
29Language Arts: Pronouns Objective: Understand and identify singular and plural nouns.Purpose: To understand what we read and to write better sentences.
30What in the world is a Pronoun? Let’s Review the definition of a pronoun!Pronouns = words that take the place of a noun.Refer to people or thingsExamples:Olivia loves to swim She loves to swim.The Lions won the game They won the game
31Singular and Plural Pronouns Pronouns can be singular or plural.Can you think of examples before I show you?Singular PluralSingularPluralI, me, you, he, him, she, her, itWe, us, they, them, you
32PronounsSubject Object PossessiveBoy he him hisGirl she her hersSelf I me my mineThing it it itsOther person you you your yoursSelf plus group we us our, oursGroup they them their, theirs
33Language Convention Action Verbs There are different types of verbs. An action verb tells about an action of something or someone in a sentence. Action can be seen or unseen.Example:Seen action: The dog ran all the way home.Unseen action: Alex forgot his library book.
34State –of-being verbA state-of-being verb does not tell about an action. It tells about a condition or a state of being.Example: Our friends were here for a visit.
35Linking verbWhen a state-of-being verb connects the subject of the sentence with a word in the predicate, the verb is a linking verb.Example: I am a student. My aunt is a teacher. You are a good cook. John was helpful with the baby.
36Verb phraseA verb phrase is one or more helping verbs followed by the main verb. Helping verbs help the main verb express an action or state of being.Example: She has won the race.Helping verb + main verbShe could have won the race.Two helping verbs + main verb
37Language Art: Subject and Predicate Rain is falling.Rain is the subject; the predicate is is falling; it tells what the rain is doing.Riley is the tallest in the class.What is the subject? Who or what the sentence is about.RileyWhat is the predicate? What the subject is or is doing.is the tallest.
38Ending Punctuation Workbook page 49-50 Declarative= (.) gives informationImperative= (.) gives a command or made requests.Interrogative= (?) ask questions.Exclamatory =(!) strong emotions.Did you see that man___Stop moving around and sit down___People can be friends at school___Help me___
39Objectives: Day 2 You will: recognize base or root words and prefix and suffix.Practice recognizing when the letter c makes the /k/ sound.Practice recognizing vivid nouns that refer to groups of peopleDevelop fluency reading words and sentences.Recognize words with the short sound
40Practice words and make sentences Line 1:astonish astonished astonishmentLine 2:punish punishing punishmentLine 3:appoint appointed appointmentLine 4:country coins cried could crowd cruelLine 5: tyrant champion prisoner traitorLine 6: struggle robbers last prison tell
41Day 2 First Read pagesWe are going to read our selection using these comprehension strategies:Monitoring and Adjusting Reading Speed: sometimes it is necessary to slow down and reread in order to understand information.Asking QuestionsSummarizing
42Discussing the Selection How did the King’s ideas change by the end of the story?Why did they change?How did you feel about the King’s actions?How did you feel about the actions of Damon and Phthias?Why were the friends willing to sacrifice so much for each other?
43Language Arts Change the underlined noun to a pronoun. Kelly has a cat.She has a cat.I told Min he could go, but Min didn’t want to go.He didn’t want to go.
44Types of Verbs action or state-of-being EatActionBeState-of-beingWantReadPlayAm
45Objectives: Day 3 You will:. Spelling sound long o. Develop fluency reading words and sentences.Use comprehension skill sequence as you read the second time.
46Phonics and Fluency Ago open only moment crow Long vowel sound spelled o and _owFlow stow window home throneLong o sound spelled _ow and o_eAlone broke oak goat toastLong o sound spelled o_e and _oa_Coach approach doe foe woeLong o sound spelled _oa_ and _oe
47Tomorrow we will reach our goal. We will se the ocean when we get to the coast.Identify the long o sound spellings.Tomorrow, goal, ocean, coast.One day a soldier overheard Pythias speaking against a new law the King had proclaimed.Identify the words with the long o sound spellingSoldier, overheard, proclaimed
48Dictation line 1: ________ ________ ________ Challenge Word: ___________________Sentence:__________________________________________________________
49Understanding Sequence Sequence: Things happen in order.We put food in our mouths, chew it, and swallow it.
50Clues: Sometimes writers give clues about order Clues: Sometimes writers give clues about order. They use words such as first, next, then, and finally.
51Randy wanted to make a bed for his kitten. First he went to his room Randy wanted to make a bed for his kitten. First he went to his room. Then he found a shoe box and an old T-shirt. Next he cut a hole in the box. Finally, he folded the shirt to fit inside the box.
52Sometimes a story does not have clue words Sometimes a story does not have clue words. You must use what you already know to tell the order.
53The plane landed at the airport The plane landed at the airport. Ann and her mother got off the plane and saw Uncle Irving waiting for them, Uncle Irving drove Ann and her mother to his house. He showed them his garden and the greenhouse he had made.
55As you read look for clue words. Such as first, next, then and finally As you read look for clue words. Such as first, next, then and finally. If there are no clue words, use what you already know and ask yourself these question.
57Mrs. Lee thought her house looked old Mrs. Lee thought her house looked old. “It needs a paint job” she thought. Mrs. Lee decided to paint her house. First, she bought some bright red paint and some white paint. Next, she got a big brush. Then she began to paint. She painted the house red. She painted the front door and roof white. Finally, she called her friends. She wanted them to see her beautiful house.