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1 Monday

2 (8L) Title: Popular Media Day 2
Do Now: Rewrite the following sentences by placing a semicolon where one independent clause ends and another one begins. Her hat fit her too big she had to exchange it. A walrus tends to eat a lot it does not know how to stop. Sandra saw a seahorse she thought it was stunning. A simile is a comparison using like or as similes are cool. Take care of your health you should drink a lot of water. Rain can wash your worries away it makes the world seem new.

3 Objectives We will make inferences about our books during independent reading. We will use electronic text features to gather information We will use semicolons to separate independent clauses. We will use commas in sentences with conjunctions.

4 Independent Reading Mini Lesson (10 min) Making Inferences Set up your page: “Making Inferences” Halfway through your reading, I will stop you and ask you to make an inference about your book. Be prepared to put the book down and write for a few minutes! I’m going to teach them what an inference is. Model using a book. Half way through their reading, stop them and ask them to make an inference about what is happening/going to happen in the book. Have them write down their thoughts in their notebook. Buzzing will take place towards the end to hold student accountable for their reading task.

5 Electronic Text Feature Scavenger Hunt
You will complete each task on your worksheet. Each person in your group has a different webpage with information that you will eventually need. Work together to share the information and answer all of the questions! Every students will have the task sheet. Each person in the group will have a different webpage. They have to “access” the information by sharing the webpages with each other. They can work individually or in groups.

6 Commas and SemiColons Final Practice!
Quiz on Wednesday! Complete the worksheets with your partner or on your own. I will walk around and place a (+) sign when I see you are on task. If you get a (-) it means you need to be extra careful to show me you’re on task. I will model how to complete the practice. This will be their last change to cover this before the quiz on Thursday.

7 Wednesday

8 (9L) Title: Indefinite Pronouns
Do Now: What colleges have you heard of that you might want to apply to in the future? What do you like about those colleges? If you’re not sure about college, what do you think you’ll be doing after high school? Write a one paragraph answer.

9 Objectives We will define indefinite pronouns. We will categorize singular and plural nouns.

10 Commas and Semicolons Quiz
Be sure to write your name on your paper! We will grade it together. Tutoring today after school if you need help!

11 Notes Noun: a person, place, thing, or idea. Ex: Sally, The White House, Compassion Pronoun: a word that takes the place of a specific noun. Ex: He, She, You, We, They, Them, Indefinite Pronoun: a words that takes the place of a noun but does not refer to anything specific.

12 Examples Billy bounced the basketball. He bounced the basketball. In this examples, “He” takes the place of the specific noun “Billy.”

13 Notes Indefinite pronouns: A word that takes the place of a noun, but that noun is not specific. Ex: Anybody, somebody, Anyone, Everybody Pronoun leave us thinking: “who are we talking about when we say “anybody?”

14 Notes Singular Pronouns: pronouns that refer to one noun, though that noun in not specific. Plural pronouns: pronouns that may refer to many nouns, though those nouns are not specific.

15 Partner Practice Underline the indefinite pronoun in each sentence. Use the chart given to you to organize pronouns as singular or plural.

16 Friday

17 (10L) Title: Subject/Verb Agreement
Do Now: What is a school project that you are the most proud of? Why are you proud of this project? If you cannot think of a school project, what is one project that you would like to work on this year, in any class?

18 Objectives We will make inferences in our independent reading. We will make the subject and the verb in our sentences agree. We will use electronic features to gather information.

19 Notes Subject Verb Agreement When the subject of your sentence is singular the verb is also singular. The cat = singular Sings = singular The cat sings. This is a good sentence because the subject and verb are both singular.

20 Notes Plural noun: there are many of this noun. End in an –s Ex: Cats Singular verb: almost always end in an –s Sings

21 Teacher Tip Step 1: Underline the Subject. Step 2: Circle the Verb. Step 3: If your subject has an –s at the end, put “pl” over the subject. Step 4: If your verb has an –s at the end, put “sing” over the verb. Step 5: If both your subject and verb agree—they are both “sing” or both “pl” then you have no problem. Step 6: If your subject and verb do not agree, change one of them so that they agree.

22 Partner Practice Label the nouns and verbs of these sentences as “sing” or “pl” If they agree, move on. If they do not agree, change one of them so that they do agree. Hint: all it takes is adding an –s to make a noun plural and dropping an –s to make a verb plural. First, model the teacher tip.

23 Indefinite Pronoun Subject Verb Agreement
Unfortunately, there is no –s at the end of an indefinite pronoun. The challenge is to determine if an indefinite pronoun is singular or plural. For today. You will use your chart to help you!

24 Partner Practice Complete the worksheet with your partner. Use your singular and plural indefinite pronoun chart to help you!

25 Computer time! You will be researching the college that you will be writing about. I will give you a checklist of all the information you need. I will also teach you a method of how to organize your notes. Each part of the essay will have a specific topic. They will organize their notes based on those topics. It’s basically like making flashcards for each paragraph of the research essay.

26 Independent Reading We will continue to make inferences about our reading. Today we will be writing “the next few pages” of your book. Pretend you are the author. Using the characters names and the story, write one solid paragraph about what is about to happen in your book. Remember, you are the author! Get into the book!

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