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1 Author: Ann Heinrichs Genre: Expository Nonfiction Big Question: Why is it important to understand ancient civilizations?

2 Small Group Small Group Timer Timer

3 Review Games Story Sort Story Sort VocabularyWords Vocabulary Words: Arcade Games Arcade Games Study Stack Study Stack Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Spelling Words Spelling City: Spelling Words

4 Spelling Words Spelling Words Suffixes –ian, -ant, -ent, and -ist

5 musician politician novelist scientist historian tenant student patient resident comedian vegetarian soloist specialist motorist merchant participant occupant custodian descendant chemist technician superintendent accompanist correspondent pedestrian

6 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

7 Vocabulary Words abundant artifacts decrees eternity immortal receded reigned festive inlaid papyrus hieroglyphics palace throne Vocabulary Words More Words to Know

8 Monday Question of the Day Why is it important to understand ancient civilizations?

9 Today we will learn about: Build Concepts Graphic Sources Summarize Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Model Tone of Voice Grammar: Past, Present, and Future Tenses Spelling: Suffixes -ian, -ant, -ent, -ist Ancient Egypt

10 Fluency Model Tone of Voice

11 Fluency: Model Tone of Voice Listen as I read “The Boy King.” As I read, notice how I change my tone of voice to emphasize important details and make the descriptions come alive. Be ready to answer questions after I finish.

12 Fluency: Model Tone of Voice What is the main idea of “The Boy King”? What details support the main idea?

13 Concept Vocabulary hieroglyphics – pictures, characters, or symbols standing for words, ideas, or soundshieroglyphics palace – the official home of a king, queen, or other rulerpalace throne – power or authority of a king, queen, or other rulerthrone (Next Slide)

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15 palace

16 throne

17 Concept Vocabulary (To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.)

18 Build Concept Vocabulary Build Concept Vocabulary hieroglyphics, palace, throne Government Communication Architecture Ancient Egypt

19 Graphic Sources, Summarizing Turn to page

20 Prior Knowledge What ancient Egyptian customs do you know about? Compare them to the way we do things today. Ancient EgyptToday

21 Prior Knowledge This week’s audio explores how the ancient Egyptians mummified their dead. After you listen, we will discuss what you found out and what surprised you most about mummies.

22 Vocabulary Words

23 abundant – more than enough; very plentiful artifacts – things made by human skill or work, especially tools or weaponsartifacts decrees – official decisions or laws

24 Vocabulary Words eternity – the endless period after death immortal – living forever; never dying receded – moved backwardreceded reigned - ruled

25 More Words to Know festive – suitable for a feast, festival, or holiday; merry inlaid – set in the surface as a decoration or designinlaid

26 More Words to Know papyrus – tall water plant from which the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans made a material upon which to writepapyrus (Next Slide)

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28 receded

29 inlaid

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31 Grammar Past, Present, and Future Tenses

32 historians study ancient people and there cultures Historians study ancient people and their cultures. the workers who built the pyramid’s are residants of egypt The workers who built the pyramids were residents of Egypt.

33 Past, Present, and Future Tenses The tense of a verb shows when something happens. Verbs in the present tense show action that happens now. Most present tense singular verbs end with –s. Most present tense plural verbs do not end with –s. Marge picks flowers from the garden. They pick flowers too.

34 Past, Present, and Future Tenses Verbs in the past tense show action that has already happened. Most verbs in the past tense end in –ed. The flowers in the vase wilted after two days.

35 Past, Present, and Future Tenses Verbs in the future tense show action that will happen. Add will (or shall) to most verbs to show the future tense. Flowers with no water will wilt soon.

36 Past, Present, and Future Tenses Some regular verbs change spelling when –ed is added. For verbs ending in e, drop the e and add –ed: liked, baked. For verbs ending in a consonant and y, change the y to i, and add -ed: hurried, carried.

37 Past, Present, and Future Tenses For most one-syllable verbs that end in one vowel followed by one consonant, double the consonant and add –ed: stopped, tapped. Irregular verbs change spelling to form the past tense:

38 Past, Present, and Future Tenses are/were break/broke bring/brought build/built buy/bought do/did find/found go/went have/had is/was keep/kept make/made sit/sat see/saw take/took teach/taught tell/told wear/wore write/wrote

39 Past, Present, and Future Tenses Identify the tense of each underlined verb. Most Egyptian men had one wife. past Kohl is in eyeliner. present People will study our architecture. future

40 Past, Present, and Future Tenses Identify the tense of each underlined verb. Many Egyptians worshipped animals. past History explains events and cultures. present Egyptians made mastabas, or mud buildings. past

41 Past, Present, and Future Tenses Identify the tense of each underlined verb. An archaeologist discovered a large tomb in past We will see the three pyramids of Giza. future

42 Past, Present, and Future Tenses What is the present, past, and future tense of each verb.

43 Spelling Words Spelling Words Suffixes –ian, -ant, -ent, and -ist

44 musician politician novelist scientist historian tenant student patient resident comedian vegetarian soloist specialist motorist merchant participant occupant custodian descendant chemist technician superintendent accompanist correspondent pedestrian

45 Tuesday Question of the Day What things in Egyptian life remind you of life in America today?

46 Today we will learn about: Context Clues Graphic Sources Summarize Main Idea Vocabulary Fluency: Choral Reading Grammar: Past, Present, and Future Tenses Spelling: Suffixes -ian, -ant, -ent, -ist Social Studies: The Pharaohs Life of the Common People Ancient Egypt

47 Vocabulary Strategy: Latin and Greek Roots Pages

48 Egypt Pages

49 Fluency Choral Reading

50 Fluency: Choral Reading Turn to page 252, paragraphs 3 and 4. As I read, notice how I use my tone of voice to emphasize important points and terms in the text. We will practice as a class doing three choral readings of these paragraphs.

51 Grammar Grammar Past, Present, and Future Tenses

52 today’s archaeologists were specilists in finding artifacts Today’s archaeologists are specialists in finding artifacts. would you be a participent in an archaeological dig Would you be a participant in an archaeological dig?

53 Past, Present, and Future Tenses The tense of a verb shows when something happens. Verbs in the present tense show action that happens now. Verbs in the past tense show action that has already happened or started in the past. Verbs in the future tense show action that will happen.

54 Spelling Words Spelling Words Suffixes –ian, -ant, -ent, and -ist

55 musician politician novelist scientist historian tenant student patient resident comedian vegetarian soloist specialist motorist merchant participant occupant custodian descendant chemist technician superintendent accompanist correspondent pedestrian

56 Wednesday Question of the Day What do the things they left behind tell us about the values of ancient Egyptians?

57 Today we will learn about: Graphic Sources Summarize Word Structure Vocabulary Fluency: Model Tone of Voice Grammar: Past, Present, and Future Tenses Spelling: Suffixes -ian, -ant, -ent, -ist Social Studies: Egypt and Other Nations Ancient Egypt

58 Egypt Pages

59 Fluency Model Tone of Voice

60 Fluency: Model Tone of Voice Turn to page 255, first paragraph under “Animal Life.” As I read, notice how I use my tone of voice to bring the vivid description to life. Now we will practice together as a class by doing three choral readings.

61 Grammar Grammar Past, Present, and Future Tenses

62 musicians in ancient egypt amuse the guests of the pharoah Musicians in ancient Egypt amused the guests of the pharaoh. scribes were professional writer who are honored in ancient egypt Scribes were professional writers who were honored in ancient Egypt.

63 Past, Present, and Future Tenses The tense of a verb shows when something happens. Verbs in the present tense show action that happens now. Verbs in the past tense show action that has already happened or started in the past. Verbs in the future tense show action that will happen.

64 Past, Present, and Future Tenses Verb tenses should be logical and consistent in a piece of writing. If you are writing about a past event, use past tense for all verbs. Incorrect: The people bowed as the pharaoh passes by. Correct: The people bowed as the pharaoh passed by.

65 Past, Present, and Future Tenses Review something you have written to see if you may be able to improve it by making verb tenses consistent.

66 Spelling Words Spelling Words Suffixes –ian, -ant, -ent, and -ist

67 musician politician novelist scientist historian tenant student patient resident comedian vegetarian soloist specialist motorist merchant participant occupant custodian descendant chemist technician superintendent accompanist correspondent pedestrian

68 Thursday Question of the Day How can ancient languages be considered an invention or tool and be used to understand the past?

69 Today we will learn about: Expository Nonfiction/Text Features Reading Across Texts Content-Area Vocabulary Fluency: Partner Reading Grammar: Past, Present, and Future Tenses Spelling: Suffixes -ian, -ant, -ent, -ist Social Studies: Rosetta

70 “The Rosetta Stone” Pages

71 Fluency Partner Reading

72 Fluency: Partner Reading Turn to page 255, first paragraph under “Animal Life.” Read this paragraphs three times with a partner. Be sure to read with appropriate tone of voice and offer each other feedback.

73 Grammar Grammar Past, Present, and Future Tenses

74 men builded the great pyramid in egypt for more than twenty years Men built the Great Pyramid in Egypt for more than twenty years. many novlists write storys set in the land of pyramids Many novelists write stories set in the land of pyramids.

75 Past, Present, and Future Tenses The tense of a verb shows when something happens. Verbs in the present tense show action that happens now. Verbs in the past tense show action that has already happened or started in the past. Verbs in the future tense show action that will happen.

76 Past, Present, and Future Tenses Test Tip: Unlike most verbs, the irregular verb be has two past tense forms: was and were. Singular nouns and I, she, he, and it take was as the past form. Plural nouns and you, we, and they take were. Incorrect: You was early. Correct: You were early.

77 Spelling Words Spelling Words Suffixes –ian, -ant, -ent, and -ist

78 musician politician novelist scientist historian tenant student patient resident comedian vegetarian soloist specialist motorist merchant participant occupant custodian descendant chemist technician superintendent accompanist correspondent pedestrian

79 Friday Question of the Day Why is it important to understand ancient civilizations?

80 Today we will learn about: Graphic Sources Steps in a Process Word Structure Grammar: Past, Present, and Future Tenses Spelling: Suffixes -ian, -ant, -ent, -ist Reference Book Ancient Egypt

81 Graphic Sources Graphic sources, or graphic aids, such as maps, charts, diagrams, pictures, and schedules, are used to show information visually. While reading, think about how the information in the graphic relates to what you read in the text.

82 Graphic Sources Sometimes the author will mention the graphic and explain how it connects to the text. At other times, you will need to make this connection on your own. Graphic sources are often used to summarize complex information.

83 Steps in a Process Steps in a process is a kind of sequence that involves making something, such as a recipe, or doing something, such as recording a movie on videotape. Telling the steps in a process means providing the correct order of steps required to complete an action. Look for clue words such as first, second, next, last, later, and then.

84 Greek and Latin Roots You can use word structure to figure out the meaning of unfamiliar words. The word construction comes from the Latin root struct meaning “to build” or “to build on.” Look at the words and roots in the chart and the write other words with the same Latin root in the third column.

85 Context Clues WordLatin RootOther Words with the Same Root construction struct meaning “to build” scribe scribe means “to write” artisan art meaning “skill”

86 Where might you check a rule of grammar if you are writing a report on Egypt? A grammar reference book is used for information or help with language. It is a kind of handbook or manual with instructions on how to use language in writing or speaking.

87 Reference Book Grammar reference books and manuals usually have a table of contents, which gives a broad overview of what is included, and an index that is used to find a detail or term.

88 Reference Book A grammar reference book or manual is often organized in sections on grammar, usage, and mechanics. Within the sections, terms may be grouped under headings, such as nouns, subject-verb agreement, and capitalization.

89 Grammar Grammar Past, Present, and Future Tenses

90 how do the pyramid builders transport the huge stones How did the pyramid builders transport the huge stones? Ancient egyptians possessions were often buryed with them Ancient Egyptians’ possessions were buried with them.

91 Past, Present, and Future Tenses The tense of a verb shows when something happens. Verbs in the present tense show action that happens now. Verbs in the past tense show action that has already happened or started in the past. Verbs in the future tense show action that will happen.

92 Spelling Words Spelling Words Suffixes –ian, -ant, -ent, and -ist

93 musician politician novelist scientist historian tenant student patient resident comedian vegetarian soloist specialist motorist merchant participant occupant custodian descendant chemist technician superintendent accompanist correspondent pedestrian

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


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