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1 ImaginationImagination 3.2

2 Day 1 - Word Knowledge 1.differ different differently difference 2.peacepeacefulpeacefullypeacefulness 3.doesn’t you’d won’t you’re I’ll 4.makemadeflyflew thinkthought 5.hearingnibblingsmilingwagging 6.eathearingfeelrealtree

3 Day 1 - Word Knowledge S1. “If only you’d listen to my poem you’d feel differently about it all,” said the mouse. S2. “What’s wrong with me?” he thought. S3. Poetry has got into your blood and you’re stuck with it for the rest of your life. S4. Apples that we eat are picked from a tree.

4 What do these words have in common? 1.differ different differently difference 2.peace peaceful peacefully peacefulness Lines 1 & 2: - have suffixes added to them. - same base word family How does the suffix change its meaning and part of speech? 3. doesn’t you’d *won’t* you’re I’ll contractions What 2 words make up each contraction?

5 4. makemade fly flew think thought verbs that have irregular past tense forms Use each word in a sentence. 5. hearingnibblingsmilingwagging suffix -ing What are some of the rules for spelling changes when a suffix is added? drop the silent e; double consonant following a short vowel; drop the y and change it to an i What do these words have in common?

6 What is the spelling pattern in the next set of words? 6. eathearingfeelrealtree  These words are found in “The Cat Who Became A Poet.”  They all have the long /ē/ sound.  What is the spelling for the long /ē/ sound in each word?

7 Day 1 - Word Knowledge S1. “If only you’d listen to my poem you’d feel differently about it all,” said the mouse. S2. “What’s wrong with me?” he thought. S3. Poetry has got into your blood and you’re stuck with it for the rest of your life. These sentences are from the story. Who can find the:- word with a suffix? - contractions? Explain the difference between:youryou’re

8 Day 1 - Word Knowledge S4. Apples that we eat are picked from a tree. Identify the words that have the long /ē/ sound. eattree What is the spelling for the /ē/ sound?

9 Selection Vocabulary poet: person who write or composes poems nibbling: taking small bites alarm: sudden fear; a sense of danger temperature: degree of hotness or coldness measured with a thermometer commanded: ordered burglars: people who steal; thieves Day 1

10  poet  nibbling  alarm  temperature  commanded  burglars Now let’s practice the words with our corresponding motion

11 What do you know about poetry? What have you learned about imagination from the poetry selections read so far in this unit? How might imagination help a person see or state things in new ways?

12 “The Cat Who Became a Poet” is a fantasy story – involves very imaginative, fanciful tales and sometimes features animals that talk. Mahy uses figurative language to compare things in new and imaginative ways. Example: “Her dreams turned into black butterflies” (p.218)  metaphor: compares two things to create a picture in our minds

13 Focus Question How can using your imagination help you see things in a new way? How can your life be more exciting and rewarding when you use your imagination?

14 1. How does the cat use his imagination? He learns to see the world in new ways, the way a poet does. 2. What does the cat learn about poetry? He realizes it is tricky and can have more than one meaning. He thinks that poetry might be the world’s way of talking about itself. 3. Why do you think the cat says he will never eat another poet? Eating he poet mouse has changed his life enough; he doesn’t want it to change anymore. 4. How does this selection add to your understandding of the theme Imagination? It teaches us: Imagination can help us when we least expect it. Imagination can help us learn new ways and things. Read Aloud: Checking Comprehension

15 Contractions An apostrophe is used to replace a letter or letters. do not drops the 2 nd o to become… don’t she isdrops the i to become… she’s it is drops the i to become… it’s *Let’s practice contractions more by completing Comprehension Workbook p Day 1

16 Day 2 - Word Knowledge 1.differ different differently difference 2.peacepeacefulpeacefullypeacefulness 3.doesn’t you’d won’t you’re I’ll 4.makemadeflyflew thinkthought 5.hearingnibblingsmilingwagging 6.eathearingfeelrealtree

17 Day 2 - Word Knowledge S1. “If only you’d listen to my poem you’d feel differently about it all,” said the mouse. S2. “What’s wrong with me?” he thought. S3. Poetry has got into your blood and you’re stuck with it for the rest of your life. S4. Apples that we eat are picked from a tree.

18 Day 2 - Word Knowledge 1. differ different differently difference 2.peacepeacefulpeacefully peacefulness Choose a word and use it in a sentence. 3. doesn’t you’d won’t you’re I’ll 4. makemadeflyflew thinkthought 5. hearing nibbling smilingwagging 6.eathearingfeelrealtree Give a clue for one of the following words, then choose a student to give the answer.

19 Selection Vocabulary poet: person who write or composes poems nibbling: taking small bites alarm: sudden fear; a sense of danger temperature: degree of hotness or coldness measured with a thermometer commanded: ordered burglars: people who steal; thieves Day 2

20  poet  nibbling  alarm  temperature  commanded  burglars

21 Vocabulary Practice Match the vocabulary word with its correct definition. poet-fear nibbling-tell someone to do something alarm-someone who writes poems temperature-taking very small bites command-how hot or cold you are

22 Vocabulary Practice: Sentences poet nibblingalarm temperaturecommand 1.What is the _________________ of water when it freezes? 2.When we discovered our cat was lost, we were filled with _______________. 3.When I _________________ my dog to stay, he listens. 4.Jack Prelutsky is my favorite ____________. 5.A mouse was ________________ on cheese.

23 Fantasy or Reality? Authors write fantasy stories to spark the imagination of readers. Elements of a fantasy story might include talking animals. CD of story: Comprehension Skill

24 Let’s find more story elements (character, action, and dialogue) and identify whether it is fantasy or reality. Now let’s practice this concept more in our Comprehension Workbook p Day 2: CD of story - Comprehension Skill Story ElementFantasy or Reality Cat caught a mouse. Mouse asks cat not to eat him. Mouse is a poet. Fantasy or Reality?

25 View Fine Art p. 238 Reflect on the painting on p. 238: Triptych The painting by Roy Lichtenstein is painted on three separate canvases and represents a brief history of twentieth century art. The use of flat, primary colors with black and white is typical of his early work and imitates the feeling a comic strip.

26 Spelling Read: meat met beast best eat here at Sort words into categories: /ē/ soundl short vowel sounds l l l Day 2

27 Read: sadly What is the base word? What is the suffix? Remember a suffix is a part added to the end of a word that changes the word’s meaning. -ly means “in a certain way” Sadly means: “in a sad way” * Let’s practice suffixes in our Spelling Workbook p Day 2

28 Identify the contractions and tell which words go together to make them. 1.Dogs don’t eat at the table. 2.It’s a long way to Tipperary. 3.Wouldn’t you like some more milk? Day 2: Contractions Review

29 Poetry Poetry uses the sounds and meanings of words to communicate thoughts and feelings. End rhyme uses rhyming words at the end of lines Ex: I’m late, I’m late, For a very important date! Onomatopoeia uses words that spell a sound Ex: sizzle and bang. Alliteration uses several words with the same beginning consonant sound, like tongue twister Ex: Sally sells seashells by the seashore. Repetition of words makes a strong, strong statement

30 Sound out the words. mousepawscrowdpoison Austinannoycountnoise dirtyoverchurnstarted charcoal turned Thursday temperature mother brotherobservecanyon The temperature in the library was cold. On Thursday, we started an important project. A cat once caught a mouse, as cats do.

31 What do lines 1 and 2 have in common? 1.mousepawscrowdpoison 2.Austinannoycountnoise They all have diphthongs – two consecutive vowels that appear in the same syllable. The sounds are blended together. (ow, aw, ow, oi, au, oy) Say each word and identify the diphthong in each word.

32 What do these words have in common? 3. dirtyoverchurnstarted 4. charcoal turned Thursday temperature These lines emphasize /r/ spelled er, ir, ur, and ar. In these cases, the letter r affects the sound of the vowel or vowels that precede it. The preceding vowel and r are treated as a single sound. Who can underline these spellings? What do the words in line 5 have in common? 5. mother brotherobservecanyon These practice the schwa /Ə/ sound spelled o. Identify the words with the /r/ sound preceded by a vowel. mother, brother, observe

33 Read the sentences and clap the syllables. 1.The temperature in the library was cold. 2.On Thursday, we started an important project. These sentences stress multisyllabic words and practice the /r/ sound spelled er and ar. 3. A cat once caught a mouse, as cats do. This sentence is from the story. Identify the words with diphthongs and underline the diphthong. caught and mouse

34 Selection Vocabulary poet: person who write or composes poems nibbling: taking small bites alarm: sudden fear; a sense of danger temperature: degree of hotness or coldness measured with a thermometer commanded: ordered burglars: people who steal; thieves Day 3

35  poet  nibbling  alarm  temperature  commanded  burglars Day 3: Let’s practice these words with our picture cards.

36 What happened when the cat ate the mouse? How did the cat feel about what happened? What did the cat learn? What did the cat decide? Day 3: Buddy Read - Followed by Handing Off

37 Read: carelessly What is the base word? Which suffixes does carelessly have? -less, -ly What does careless mean? without care What does carelessly mean? in a way without care What part of speech is it? adverb Day 3

38 Day 3: Contractions Review Column 1Column 2 heis theyare wewill shouldnot do can * In pairs, write down all the contractions you can think of with these words.

39 Spelling Practice Who could name things in the classroom that have a long /ē/ sound? sneakers, teacher, green, people Day 3

40 Sound out the words. mousepawscrowdpoison Austinannoycountnoise dirtyoverchurnstarted charcoal turned Thursday temperature mother brotherobservecanyon The temperature in the library was cold. On Thursday, we started an important project. A cat once caught a mouse, as cats do.

41 mousepawscrowdpoison Austinannoycountnoise dirtyoverchurnstarted charcoal turned Thursday temperature mother brotherobservecanyon Choose a word and use it in a sentence. Remember to: -extend the sentence by adding phrases to the beginning or end. -add adjectives and adverbs.

42 Take out your dictation booklets and blue pens and let’s begin our dictation! If you need help, remember to ask: “What is the spelling for the __ sound in _______?” Line 1: ________ _________ _________ Line 2: ________ _________ _________ Challenge word: ________________ Sentence:__________________________ ___________________________________

43  poet  nibbling  alarm  temperature  commanded  burglars Day 4: Let’s practice matching words with definitions on our pocket chart.

44 Rhyme and Rhythm Share what you know about rhyme and rhythm? rhyme: two or more lines of verse with terminal words corresponding in sound. rhythm: an alternating pattern composed of strong and weak sounds, broken by periods of silence. Listen as I read the poem on p. 217 Pay attention to the rhythm of the words. Who could name pairs of rhyming words for each stanza? Note: although the ending sounds of the words are alike, the spellings are not necessarily the same. Look for these elements as we read through the story. Day 4: Popcorn Read – Literary Elements

45 Read: tricky The suffix -y adds the same meaning to a word as -ful. Both suffixes mean “having” or “full of” Some words use –y, and others use –ful. Which sounds right…sticky or stickful? What does tricky mean? having tricks; full of tricks Day 4

46 Spelling Practice Look at Sound/Spelling Card 37. What are the spellings for the /ē/ sound? e ea e_e _y ee _ie_ * Let’s practice the long /ē/ sound in our Spelling Workbook p Day 4


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