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  • Sacagawea’s Journey Open Court Fifth Grade Unit 5 Lesson 1  Ms. Mercer  Nicholas Elementary  SCUSD based on work by Deana Lockwood from Chicago Park Elementary on http://www.opencourtresources.com
  • Spelling Words
    • tied
    • tide
    • stake
    • steak
    • hymn
    • horse
    • hoarse
    • throne
    • thrown
    • sweet
    • suite
    • brake
    • break
    • reel
    • real
    • plain
    • plane
    • waist
    • waste
    • heard
  • Word Knowledge
    • What is the pattern?
    • explore
    • explorers
    • exploring
    • exploration
  • Word Knowledge
    • What is the pattern?
    • explore
    • explorers
    • exploring
    • exploration
    • These words build on the word explore, which comes from the combination of the Latin prefix ex- meaning “out” and word plorare meaning “to cry.”
  • Word Knowledge
    • What is the pattern?
    • curtain
    • campfire
    • crime
    • contact
    • command
  • Word Knowledge
    • What is the pattern?
    • curtain
    • campfire
    • crime
    • contact
    • command
    • These words begin with the /k/ sound spelled c . C is pronounced /k/ at the beginning of a word when it is followed by a, o, u, and any consonant.
  • Word Knowledge
    • What is the pattern?
    • afternoon
    • homecoming
    • hailstones
    • rainstorm
  • Word Knowledge
    • What is the pattern?
    • afternoon
    • homecoming
    • hailstones
    • rainstorm
    • They are closed compounds, which is when two words are placed together without a hyphen or a space.
  • Word Knowledge
    • What is the pattern?
    • plain plane
    • waist waste
    • herd heard
  • Word Knowledge
    • What is the pattern?
    • plain plane
    • waist waste
    • herd heard
    • These words are homophones. Homophones are words that are pronounced the same but have different meanings.
  • Sentences
    • The exploration party buried a cache of food near the campfire.
    • The explorers made contact with the captain.
    • This afternoon there was a shower of hailstones outside.
    • From the window of the plane, we could see the river winding through the plains.
  • Vocabulary
    • provisions
    • capable
    • portage
    • desperation
    • scouting
  • provisions
    • The captains had taken charge of the final packing…the provisions that would go further up the Missouri with their Corps of Discovery.
    • The explorers had enough provisions for a journey of six months. However, the food and supplies were difficult to carry.
  • provisions
    • The captains had taken charge of the final packing…the provisions that would go further up the Missouri with their Corps of Discovery.
    • The explorers had enough provisions for a journey of six months. However, the food and supplies were difficult to carry.
    supplies such as food, water, and medicine
  • capable
    • Sergeant Ordway became a capable commander whenever the captains were not around.
    • Sacagawea was a capable guide. She had grown up along the Missouri River, so she knew all its twists and turns.
  • capable
    • Sergeant Ordway became a capable commander whenever the captains were not around.
    • Sacagawea was a capable guide. She had grown up along the Missouri River, so she knew all its twists and turns.
    skilled or able to do something well
  • portage
    • Back at camp, he reported that there was no way to pass this point by water. They would have to organize a portage around the falls, but they had followed the “true Missouri.”
    • A portage was required to get the boats around the fifty-foot waterfall. It took two days to carry the boats to a part of the river that was passable.
  • portage
    • Back at camp, he reported that there was no way to pass this point by water. They would have to organize a portage around the falls, but they had followed the “true Missouri.”
    • A portage was required to get the boats around the fifty-foot waterfall. It took two days to carry the boats to a part of the river that was passable.
    the act of carrying boats over land when water passage is dangerous or impossible
  • desperation
    • Finally, in desperation , Captain Lewis had mineral water brought from a nearby sulfur spring and poured it down her throat.
    • In desperation , the men ran from the grizzly bear, frightened for their lives.
  • desperation
    • Finally, in desperation , Captain Lewis had mineral water brought from a nearby sulfur spring and poured it down her throat.
    • In desperation , the men ran from the grizzly bear, frightened for their lives.
    a hopeless feeling, when you are ready to try anything to help the situation
  • scouting
    • Captain Clark and a few others moved ahead by land, scouting for signs of the Shoshones.
    • Scouting for the best way to cross the river, the guide found a place where the channel was shallow.
  • scouting
    • Captain Clark and a few others moved ahead by land, scouting for signs of the Shoshones.
    • Scouting for the best way to cross the river, the guide found a place where the channel was shallow.
    when someone on a journey is going ahead to look for information
  • Background 1804 1806
  • Background