Presentation on theme: "Build Theme Connections Theme Question: What do my different roles say about me? Focus Question: What is my role at home? When I think about roles in."— Presentation transcript:
Build Theme Connections Theme Question: What do my different roles say about me? Focus Question: What is my role at home? When I think about roles in communities, I think about workers such as the teenager in the bakery. I know he helps the community get food.
Vocabulary Strategies Context Clues I am looking for clues about what the word volunteer means. The text says people give their time for free. Picture Clues I see a photo on page 21 of people helping out in the community garden. I don’t think they are getting paid. Now I understand that to volunteer is to help out for free. You can also look the word up in a dictionary.
Recall and Retell Ricky’s mother asks about the mustache. I want to recall and retell what happens before this. I remember that Ricky gets the mustache and races home to surprise his mother, but she only smiles and offers him some apple. Because the mustache had fallen off, she doesn’t see it. That’s why she is asking what he is talking about.
Author’s Purpose PageThink About It… 18-19 Why might Chapter 3 have text evidence? 20-21 Why does the author include so many facts about and photos of communities? What is the Author’s Purpose of this story?
Authors Purpose PageThink About It… 11-13 What community roles are on these pages? What is the Author’s Purpose of this story?
Phonics Long /e/ spelled: ee, e, e_e, ea, ie, y /s/ spelled ce and ci wetheseweekmealfield bodycerealcircusniceplace decidecircle We went to a neat city last week. We ate a meal with Aunt Jean. That was a nice treat.
Spelling 1.I think I’ll cook ________ for dinner. 2.That person needs to _______ his shoelace. 3.You should tell the truth, never tell a _______. 4.My family eats supper at ____________. 5.The opposite of left is ____________. 6.Sad stories make me ________. 7.That plane will ________ to a big city. 8.We ____________ text evidence.
Revise the Model Remember the difference between revise and edit. Add words and important details. Replace words with more exact words to make ideas clearer. Delete details that are not important or do not stay on topic. Rearrange details to put them in order.
Model 2: I need to be clearer about when the judges were going to choose a winner. I will replace the words decide tomorrow with choose a winner the next day.