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    • Big Question: How can we learn to appreciate the talents of others? Author: Charles R. Smith Jr. Genre: Fiction
    • Small Group Timer
    • Review Games Story Sort Vocabulary Words: Arcade Games Study Stack Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Spelling Words
    • Spelling Words Adding –s and -es
    • monkeys • friends • plays • supplies • taxes • holidays • months • companies • costumes • • sandwiches • hobbies • daisies • delays • scratches • counties • teammates • memories • bunches batteries • donkeys • eyelashes • ambulances • trophies • secretaries • inventories •
    • Big Question: How can we learn to appreciate the talents of others? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
    • Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words fouled • hoop • jersey • marveled • rim • speechless • swatted • unbelievable More Words to Know
    • Monday Question of the Day How can we learn to appreciate the talents of others?
    • Today we will learn about:
    • Fluency Model Rhythmic Patterns of Language
    • Fluency: Model Rhythmic Patterns of Language Listen as I read “ .” As I read, notice how I model fluent reading using a natural pattern of tones and stresses. Notice how the dialogue sounds like the way people speak everyday. Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
    • Fluency: Model Rhythmic Patterns of Language Why is the narrator so nervous the first day of school? Why do you think the narrator practices reading in the restroom?
    • Concept Vocabulary accept learn nervous
    • Concept Vocabulary (To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.)
    • Build Concept Vocabulary accept, learn, nervous Actions Developing New Understandings Feelings
    • Cause and Effect, Prior Knowledge Turn to page 142 - 143.
    • Prior Knowledge What do you know about basketball? Basketball Terms Basketball Equipment Special Skills Important Rules
    • Vocabulary Words
    • Vocabulary Words fouled hoop jersey marveled
    • Vocabulary Words rim speechless swatted unbelievable
    • More Words to Know backboard dribbling
    • More Words to Know dunk (Next Slide)
    • fouled
    • hoop
    • jersey
    • swatted
    • rim
    • backboard
    • dribbling
    • dunk
    • Vocabulary Words Write each vocabulary word in the correct column. Basketball Words Action Words Describing Words
    • Grammar Common and Proper Nouns
    • her teamates thinks shes a grate player Her teammates think she’s a great player. we went to new york. To see the game We went to New York to see the game.
    • Common and Proper Nouns Little Joanna Marie loved to play basketball. nouns
    • Common and Proper Nouns common noun noun proper
    • Common and Proper Nouns noun common noun proper noun
    • Common and Proper Nouns Common Nouns: Proper Nouns:
    • Common and Proper Nouns proper nouns Red Sox Ms. Gomez Boston Professor Chu
    • Common and Proper Nouns Tell which underlined word in each sentence is a noun, and decide if it is common or proper. basketball – common Mr. Summers – proper month - common
    • Common and Proper Nouns Tell which underlined word in each sentence is a noun, and decide if it is common or proper. December - proper Springfield Middle School - proper
    • Common and Proper Nouns Find the two nouns in each sentence and tell if they are common or proper. court – common, Grove Street Park - proper Elm Street – proper, library - common
    • Common and Proper Nouns Find the two nouns in each sentence and tell if they are common or proper. Rico – proper, playground - common basketball – common, Saturday proper
    • Common and Proper Nouns Find the two nouns in each sentence and tell if they are common or proper. City Hall – proper, game - common
    • Spelling Words Adding –s and -es
    • monkeys • friends • plays • supplies • taxes • holidays • months • companies • costumes • • sandwiches • hobbies • daisies • delays • scratches • counties • teammates • memories • bunches batteries • donkeys • eyelashes • ambulances • trophies • secretaries • inventories •
    • Tuesday Question of the Day Do you think Jo would have had a chance to show off her talent if she hadn’t worn her hat?
    • Today we will learn about:
    • Vocabulary Strategy: Prefixes and Suffixes Turn to pages 144 - 145.
    • What Jo Did Turn to pages 146 – 151.
    • Fluency Echo Reading
    • Fluency: Echo Reading Turn to page Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings of this page.
    • Grammar Common and Proper Nouns
    • collecting baseketball jerseys are one of myhobbys Collecting basketball jerseys is one of my hobbies. do you have a michael jordan jersey Do you have a Michael Jordan jersey?
    • Common and Proper Nouns common noun proper noun
    • Common and Proper Nouns
    • Spelling Words Adding –s and -es
    • monkeys • friends • plays • supplies • taxes • holidays • months • companies • costumes • • sandwiches • hobbies • daisies • delays • scratches • counties • teammates • memories • bunches batteries • donkeys • eyelashes • ambulances • trophies • secretaries • inventories •
    • Wednesday Question of the Day How do the other basketball players think about Jo’s talent?
    • Today we will learn about:
    • What Jo Did Turn to pages 152 – 156.
    • Fluency Model Rhythmic Patterns of Language
    • Fluency: Rhythmic Patters of Language Turn to page . Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings of this paragraph.
    • Grammar Common and Proper Nouns
    • the game was played at our Gym last friday The game was played at our gym last Friday. what a exciting finish that was What an exciting finish that was!
    • Common and Proper Nouns common noun proper noun
    • Common and Proper Nouns
    • Common and Proper Nouns
    • Common and Proper Nouns
    • Spelling Words Adding –s and -es
    • monkeys • friends • plays • supplies • taxes • holidays • months • companies • costumes • • sandwiches • hobbies • daisies • delays • scratches • counties • teammates • memories • bunches batteries • donkeys • eyelashes • ambulances • trophies • secretaries • inventories •
    • Thursday Question of the Day In what ways might the boys’ attitudes toward girls in sports have changed after they played basketball with Jo?
    • Today we will learn about:
    • Fast Break Turn to pages 158 - 161.
    • Fluency Partner Reading
    • Fluency: Partner Reading Turn to page .
    • Grammar Common and Proper Nouns
    • if you wanna play on the team. You must practice If you want to play on the team, you must practice. sam practiced every day but he didnt make the team Sam practiced every day, but he didn’t make the team.
    • Common and Proper Nouns common noun proper noun
    • Common and Proper Nouns
    • Common and Proper Nouns Test Tip:
    • Common and Proper Nouns Small letters: Capital letters: Small letters: Capital letters:
    • Spelling Words Adding –s and -es
    • monkeys • friends • plays • supplies • taxes • holidays • months • companies • costumes • • sandwiches • hobbies • daisies • delays • scratches • counties • teammates • memories • bunches batteries • donkeys • eyelashes • ambulances • trophies • secretaries • inventories •
    • Friday Question of the Day How can we learn to appreciate the talents of others?
    • Today we will learn about:
    • Cause and Effect effect cause cause what why because so
    • Short Story short story
    • Short Story setting plot theme characterization science fiction realistic fiction fantasy some other fiction genre
    • Prefixes and Suffixes suffixes be prefixes un–able not able to
    • Prefixes and Suffixes Divide these words and use word structure to determine the meaning. Word unbreakable unforgivable unacceptable unreliable Prefix/Base Word/Suffix Word Meaning
    • Chart/Table chart chart tables Lists diagrams table
    • Chart/Table table Rows Columns
    • Chart/Table cell title
    • Grammar Common and Proper Nouns
    • basketball is a fastest game then baseball Basketball is a faster game than baseball. you can watch the game if its not on to late You can watch the game if it’s not on too late.
    • Common and Proper Nouns common noun proper noun
    • Common and Proper Nouns
    • Spelling Words Adding –s and -es
    • monkeys • friends • plays • supplies • taxes • holidays • months • companies • costumes • • sandwiches • hobbies • daisies • delays • scratches • counties • teammates • memories • bunches batteries • donkeys • eyelashes • ambulances • trophies • secretaries • inventories •
    • We are now ready to take our story tests. Story test AR