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  • 1. Big Question: How can we help protect those we love? Author: Fred Gipson Genre: Historical Fiction
  • 2. Small Group Timer
  • 3. Story SortVocabulary Words: Arcade Games Study Stack Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Spelling Words
  • 4.  answered  omitting answering  magnified traveled  magnifying traveling  patrolled chopped  patrolling chopping  skied qualified  skiing qualifying  mimicked panicked  mimicking panicking  dignified interfered  dignifying interfering  staggered omitted  staggering
  • 5. Monday TuesdayWednesday Thursday Friday
  • 6.  lunging  chaparral nub  poultice romping  squawling rowdy  hero slung  rescue speckled  saved Vocabulary Words More Words to Know
  • 7. Question of the DayHow can we help protect those we love?
  • 8.  Build Concepts Setting Visualize Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Model Characterization/Dialogue Grammar: Four Kinds of Sentences Spelling: Adding –ed and -ing Animals and People
  • 9.  Listen as I read “Munchkin.” As I read, notice how I use different tones of voice for the two characters who speak. Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
  • 10.  Where does most of the action in the story take place? How does the setting contribute to the conflict in the story?
  • 11.  hero – someone admired for bravery, great deeds, or noble qualities rescue – to save from danger saved - protected from danger
  • 12. (To add information to the graphic organizer, click on endshow, type in your new information, and save your changes.)
  • 13. SafetyPersonal Animals and Friendship Aid People Work
  • 14. K (What do you W (What would you L (What did you know?) like to learn?) learn?)
  • 15.  lunging – moving forward suddenly nub – a lump or a small piece romping – playing in a rough, boisterous way rowdy – rough; disorderly; quarrelsome
  • 16.  slung – thrown , cast, or hurled speckled - marked with many small spots
  • 17.  chaparral – a dense thicket of low bushes poultice – a soft moist mass of mustard, herbs, and other substances applied to the body squawling – crying; bawling (Next Slide)
  • 18. GrammarFour Kinds of Sentences
  • 19.  the dog answered the boys call with a loud bark The dog answered the boy’s call with a loud bark. why is old yeller loyal to his family Why is Old Yeller loyal to his family?
  • 20.  Come away from there, Travis. This is an imperative sentence. It gives a command or makes a request and ends with a period. There are four kinds of sentences.
  • 21. A declarative sentence, or statement, tells something. It ends with a period. Specially trained dogs help people with disabilities.
  • 22.  Aninterrogative sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark. What kinds of jobs can these dogs go?
  • 23.  Anexclamatory sentence shows strong feeling. It ends with an exclamation mark. How interesting this article is!
  • 24.  Animperative sentence gives a command or makes a request. It ends with a period. You is the understood subject. Readthis newspaper article about some heroic canines.
  • 25.  An interjection is a word or a group of words that expresses strong feeling. It is not a complete sentence. An interjection is usually followed by an exclamation mark. Hooray! Wow! Super!
  • 26.  Where did you find your new puppy? interrogative The animal shelter rescues many abandoned pets. declarative
  • 27.  What a wonderful job they do! exclamatory Visit the one in your neighborhood. imperative
  • 28.  You will be amazed at the variety of animals. declarative Do they have snakes and lizards at the shelter? interrogative
  • 29.  Call this number for that information. imperative Oh, a pet snake would be terrific! exclamatory
  • 30.  Would your little sister be frightened? interrogative My sister Naomi has several snakes of her own. declarative
  • 31.  What kind of animal makes the best pet question mark Many people are attracted to cats period
  • 32.  Please consider this adorable little puppy period What a difficult decision this is exclamation mark
  • 33.  answered  omitting answering  magnified traveled  magnifying traveling  patrolled chopped  patrolling chopping  skied qualified  skiing qualifying  mimicked panicked  mimicking panicking  dignified interfered  dignifying interfering  staggered omitted  staggering
  • 34. Question of the Day How are animalsimportant in Arliss’s life?
  • 35.  Word Endings Setting Visualize Vocabulary Fluency: Echo Reading Grammar: Four Kinds of Sentences Spelling: Adding –ed and -ing Social Studies: Log Cabins Animals and People
  • 36.  Turn to page 27. Notice how my voice changes for the dialogue of different characters. Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings of this page.
  • 37. GrammarFour Kinds of Sentences
  • 38.  juana threw the stick to her dog patches. The dog retrieve it quick Juana threw the stick to her dog Patches. The dog retrieved it quickly. please set the table for dinner Please set the table for dinner.
  • 39. A declarative sentence, or statement, tells something. It ends with a period. An interrogative sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark.
  • 40.  An imperative sentence gives a command or makes a request. It ends with a period. You is the understood subject. An exclamatory sentence shows strong feeling. It ends with an exclamation mark.
  • 41.  answered  omitting answering  magnified traveled  magnifying traveling  patrolled chopped  patrolling chopping  skied qualified  skiing qualifying  mimicked panicked  mimicking panicking  dignified interfered  dignifying interfering  staggered omitted  staggering
  • 42. Question of the Day What lesson does Arlisslearn about wild animals?
  • 43.  Setting Visualize Word Structure: Endings Cause and Effect Vocabulary Fluency: Model Characterization/Dialogue Grammar: Four Kinds of Sentences Spelling: Adding –ed and -ing Social Studies: Self-Sufficiency Animals and People
  • 44.  Turn to page 34, first two paragraphs. Notice the concern and panic in my voice as I read Mama’s call to Travis. Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings of these paragraphs.
  • 45. GrammarFour Kinds of Sentences
  • 46.  the boy and his friends paniked when they seed the bear The boy and his friends panicked when they saw the bear. chopping wood is difficult werk Chopping wood is difficult work.
  • 47. A declarative sentence, or statement, tells something. It ends with a period. An interrogative sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark.
  • 48.  An imperative sentence gives a command or makes a request. It ends with a period. You is the understood subject. An exclamatory sentence shows strong feeling. It ends with an exclamation mark.
  • 49.  Using different kinds of sentences can make your writing more interesting. Review something you have written to see if you can change declarative sentences into other kinds of sentences. Change words and punctuation as necessary.
  • 50.  answered  omitting answering  magnified traveled  magnifying traveling  patrolled chopped  patrolling chopping  skied qualified  skiing qualifying  mimicked panicked  mimicking panicking  dignified interfered  dignifying interfering  staggered omitted  staggering
  • 51. Question of the DayWhat factors would you want to consider ingetting your own dog?
  • 52.  Expository Nonfiction Reading Across Texts Content-Area Vocabulary Fluency: Partner Reading Grammar: Four Kinds of Sentences Spelling: Adding –ed and -ing Social Studies: Security Dogs
  • 53.  Turn to page 34, first two paragraphs. Read these paragraphs three times with a partner. Be sure to read with proper emotion. Offer each other feedback.
  • 54. GrammarFour Kinds of Sentences
  • 55.  does sophia enjoy washing the dog Does Sophia enjoy washing the dog? we were so frightened? That snake were venomous We were so frightened! That snake was venomous!
  • 56. A declarative sentence, or statement, tells something. It ends with a period. An interrogative sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark.
  • 57.  An imperative sentence gives a command or makes a request. It ends with a period. You is the understood subject. An exclamatory sentence shows strong feeling. It ends with an exclamation mark.
  • 58.  Test Tip: Focus on sentence meaning rather than on single words or punctuation marks when identifying kinds of sentences. You many confuse an exclamatory sentences with an interrogative sentence if they focus only on the word how.
  • 59.  Example: How big you’ve gotten! (exclamatory) How are you feeling today? (interrogative)
  • 60.  answered  omitting answering  magnified traveled  magnifying traveling  patrolled chopped  patrolling chopping  skied qualified  skiing qualifying  mimicked panicked  mimicking panicking  dignified interfered  dignifying interfering  staggered omitted  staggering
  • 61. Question of the DayHow can we help protect those we love?
  • 62.  Build Concept Vocabulary Setting Point of View Word Endings Grammar: Four Kinds of Sentences Spelling: Adding –ed and -ing Graphic Organizer Animals and People
  • 63.  The setting is very important to the events in some stories, while it may be unimportant in other stories. In general, the more a setting is described and the more the characters interact with the setting, the more important the setting is to the plot.
  • 64.  Point of view is the perspective from which an author presents the actions and characters in a story. The two main points of view are first person (the narrator is a character in the story) and third person (the narrator is not a character in the story).
  • 65.  In first-person point of view, the narrator refers to himself or herself as I. In third-person point of view, the narrator refers to all the characters, including himself or herself, as he, she, or they.
  • 66.  You can use base words and word endings to help determine the meaning of unfamiliar words. Identify the base word and ending of each italicized word in the chart. They use context clues, and if necessary, a dictionary to determine each word’s meaning.
  • 67. Word Base Word Ending Meaning“switchedArliss hard”“baby possumthat sulked”“fished wentscooting”“he wastrembling allover”
  • 68.  Graphic organizers have many uses. A KWL chart is a three-column chart in which you list what you know, what you want to know, and what you learned about a topic. K (What do you W (What would you L (What did you know?) like to learn?) learn?)
  • 69. Aweb diagram is a group ofconnected circles or ovals. It is usedto highlight a central concept andconnect it to related details.
  • 70. AVenn diagram consists of twooverlapping circles or ovals. It is usedto compare and contrast topics.
  • 71. A time line shows a series of dates and events in chronological order. EventsDates
  • 72. AT-chart is an open, two-columnchart. It is often used to explore orcompare two topics.
  • 73. GrammarFour Kinds of Sentences
  • 74.  please changed the cat’s bandage david Please change the cat’s bandage, David. i never feed my dog desert I never feed my dog dessert.
  • 75. A declarative sentence, or statement, tells something. It ends with a period. An interrogative sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark.
  • 76.  An imperative sentence gives a command or makes a request. It ends with a period. You is the understood subject. An exclamatory sentence shows strong feeling. It ends with an exclamation mark.
  • 77.  answered  omitting answering  magnified traveled  magnifying traveling  patrolled chopped  patrolling chopping  skied qualified  skiing qualifying  mimicked panicked  mimicking panicking  dignified interfered  dignifying interfering  staggered omitted  staggering
  • 78.  Story test ◦ Classroom webpage, ◦ Reading Test AR ◦ Other Reading Quizzes ◦ Quiz #

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