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  • 1. Big Question: What is the job of the President of the United States? Author: Judith St. George Genre: Expository Nonfiction
  • 2. Small Group Timer
  • 3. Review Games Story Sort Vocabulary Words: Arcade Games Study Stack Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Spelling Words
  • 4. Spelling Words Words with ear, ir, our, ur
  • 5. return • courage • surface • purpose • first • turkey • heard • early • turtle • • birthday • journal • courtesy • nourish • purse • furniture • search • curtain • burrow hamburger • survey • turquoise • absurd • furthermore • flourish • nourishment •
  • 6. Big Question: What is the job of the President of the United States? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
  • 7. Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words More Words to Know  Constitution  execute  howling  oath  humble  priority  politics  capital  responsibility  solemnly  vain  capitol  clerks
  • 8. Monday Question of the Day What is the job of the President of the United States?
  • 9. Today we will learn about:  Build Concepts  Main Idea  Summarize  Build Background  Vocabulary  Fluency: Stress/Emphasis  Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns  Spelling: Words with ear, ir, our, ur  U.S. Government
  • 10. Fluency Model Stress/Emphasis
  • 11. Fluency: Model Stress/Emphasis Listen as I read ―Welcome to Washington.‖ As I read, notice how I stress important words to make it easier for listeners to understand information in the text. Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
  • 12. Fluency: Model Stress/Emphasis What is the main idea of this selection? What makes Washington, D.C., a showplace?
  • 13. Concept Vocabulary  capital – city where the government of a country, state, or province is located  capitol – building in which state or national lawmakers meet  clerks – people employed in an office to file papers, type letters, and so on  (Next Slide)
  • 14. capital
  • 15. capitol
  • 16. clerks
  • 17. Concept Vocabulary (To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.)
  • 18. Build Concept Vocabulary capital, capitol, clerks Places U.S. Government People
  • 19. Main Idea and Details, Summarize Turn to page 240 - 241.
  • 20. Prior Knowledge What do you know about U.S. Presidents? K (What do you know?) W (What would you like to learn?) L (What did you learn?)
  • 21. Prior Knowledge This week’s audio explores the history of the White House. After you listen, we will discuss what you found out and what surprised you most about the White House’s history.
  • 22. Vocabulary Words
  • 23. Vocabulary Words  Constitution – the written set of fundamental principles by which the United States is governed  howling – very great  humble – not proud; modest  politics- the work of government; management of public business
  • 24. Vocabulary Words  responsibility – the act or fact of taking care of someone or something; obligation  solemnly – seriously; earnestly; with dignity  vain – having too much pride in your looks, ability, etc.
  • 25. More Words to Know  execute – to carry out; do  oath – a solemn promise  priority – something given attention before anything else  (Next Slide)
  • 26. Constitution
  • 27. Grammar Plural Possessive Nouns
  • 28.  it would be fun to read an american presidents’jurnal  It would be fun to read an American President’s journal.  Theyre are many interesting activities at the white house  There are many interesting activities at the White House.
  • 29. Plural Possessive Nouns Our Presidents’ lives are very busy. Presidents’ is a plural possessive noun. It is used to show that two or more people, places, or things share or own something. An apostrophe is added to plural nouns that end in – s, -es, or -ies to make them possessive.
  • 30. Plural Possessive Nouns A plural possessive noun shows that something is owned or shared by more than one person, place, or thing. Add an apostrophe to a plural noun that ends in –s, -es, or –ies.  our Presidents’ pets  the countries’ leaders
  • 31. Plural Possessive Nouns Add an apostrophe and-s to a plural noun that does not end in –s, -es, or –ies.  the women’s dresses  the sheep’s fields
  • 32. Plural Possessive Nouns What is the possessive form of each underlined plural noun?  wives clubs  wives’  lawyers cases  lawyers’  children classes  children’s
  • 33. Plural Possessive Nouns What is the possessive form of each underlined plural noun?  leaders meetings  leaders’  guinea pigs teeth  guinea pigs’  national parks trees  national parks’
  • 34. Plural Possessive Nouns What is the possessive form of each underlined plural noun?  mice tails  mice’s  moose hooves  moose’s  houses doors  houses’
  • 35. Plural Possessive Nouns What is the possessive form of each underlined plural noun?  congressmen offices  congressmen’s
  • 36. Plural Possessive Nouns What is the possessive form of each underlined noun?  Our Presidents lives have all been very different.  Presidents’  These men heights, shapes, and ages have also varied.  men’s
  • 37. Plural Possessive Nouns What is the possessive form of each underlined noun?  Their families lives are hectic.  families’  The Roosevelt children pets included guinea pigs, mice, and rats.  children’s
  • 38. Spelling Words Words with ear, ir, our, ur
  • 39. return • courage • surface • purpose • first • turkey • heard • early • turtle • • birthday • journal • courtesy • nourish • purse • furniture • search • curtain • burrow hamburger • survey • turquoise • absurd • furthermore • flourish • nourishment •
  • 40. Tuesday Question of the Day Why does the author include so many details about Presidents?
  • 41. Today we will learn about:  Dictionary/Glossary  Main Idea  Summarize  Vocabulary  Fluency: Choral Reading  Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns  Spelling: Final Syllables –en, -an,-el,-le, -il  Social Studies: The Secret Service  The Executive Branch  U.S. Government
  • 42. Vocabulary Strategy: Dictionary/Glossary Pages 242 - 243.
  • 43. So You Want to Be President? Pages 244 - 251.
  • 44. Fluency Choral Reading
  • 45. Fluency: Choral Reading Turn to page 246, paragraphs 1-3. As I read, notice how I stress certain words for effect and sense, such as good, bad, and never. We will practice as a class doing three choral readings of these paragraphs.
  • 46. Grammar Plural Possessive Nouns
  • 47.  did the childrens animals ever escape in the white house  Did the children’s animals ever escape in the White House?  those mices and rats could easily disappear behind a curtin  Those mice and rats could easily disappear behind a curtain.
  • 48. Plural Possessive Nouns A plural possessive noun shows that two or more people, places, or things share or own something. To make plural nouns that end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe. To make plural nouns that do not end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe and an –s.
  • 49. Spelling Words Words with ear, ir, our, ur
  • 50. return • courage • surface • purpose • first • turkey • heard • early • turtle • • birthday • journal • courtesy • nourish • purse • furniture • search • curtain • burrow hamburger • survey • turquoise • absurd • furthermore • flourish • nourishment •
  • 51. Wednesday Question of the Day If you were the President, what would you like and dislike about your job?
  • 52. Today we will learn about: Summarize Dictionary/Glossary Vocabulary Fluency: Model Stress/Emphasis Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns Spelling: Words with ear, ir, our, ur Social Studies: FDR’s New Deal U.S. Government
  • 53. So You Want to Be President? Pages 252 - 256.
  • 54. Fluency Model Stress/Emphasis
  • 55. Fluency: Model Stress/Emphasis Turn to page 250, paragraph 3. As I read, notice which words I stress for emphasis. Now we will practice together as a class by doing three choral readings.
  • 56. Grammar Plural Possessive Nouns
  • 57.  which president had a bowling alley builded  Which president had a bowling alley built?  if i lived in the white house. Id go to the private movie theater every day  If I lived in the White House, I’d go to the private movie theater every day.
  • 58. Plural Possessive Nouns A plural possessive noun shows that two or more people, places, or things share or own something. To make plural nouns that end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe. To make plural nouns that do not end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe and an –s.
  • 59. Plural Possessive Nouns Possessive nouns can make writing smoother and less wordy. Wordy: the animals of the children Not Wordy: the children’s animals Review something you have written to see if you can make it less wordy by using plural possessive nouns.
  • 60. Spelling Words Words with ear, ir, our, ur
  • 61. return • courage • surface • purpose • first • turkey • heard • early • turtle • • birthday • journal • courtesy • nourish • purse • furniture • search • curtain • burrow hamburger • survey • turquoise • absurd • furthermore • flourish • nourishment •
  • 62. Thursday Question of the Day What are some important qualities that the President of the United States should have? Why?
  • 63. Today we will learn about: Expository Nonfiction/Text Features Reading Across Texts Content-Area Vocabulary Fluency: Partner Reading Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns Spelling: Words with ear, ir, our, ur Social Studies: Mount Rushmore
  • 64. “Our National Parks” Pages 258 - 259.
  • 65. Fluency Partner Reading
  • 66. Fluency: Partner Reading Turn to page 250, paragraph 3. Read this paragraph three times with a partner. Decide in advance which words to stress for sense and humorous effect and offer each other feedback.
  • 67. Grammar Plural Possessive Nouns
  • 68.  our president’s entertain other countrie’s leaders in washington  Our Presidents entertain other countries’ leaders in Washington.  The presidents wives give dinner partys at the white house  The Presidents’ wives give dinner parties at the White House.
  • 69. Plural Possessive Nouns A plural possessive noun shows that two or more people, places, or things share or own something. To make plural nouns that end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe. To make plural nouns that do not end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe and an –s.
  • 70. Plural Possessive Nouns Test Tip: One way to tell the difference between a possessive noun and a plural noun ending in –s is to ask a question beginning with whose. For example, if you see the phrase Presidents’ pets, ask ―Whose pets?‖ The answer is the Presidents’. If you get an answer to a question starting with whose, the word is possessive and requires an apostrophe.
  • 71. Spelling Words Words with ear, ir, our, ur
  • 72. return • courage • surface • purpose • first • turkey • heard • early • turtle • • birthday • journal • courtesy • nourish • purse • furniture • search • curtain • burrow hamburger • survey • turquoise • absurd • furthermore • flourish • nourishment •
  • 73. Friday Question of the Day What is the job of the President of the United States?
  • 74. Today we will learn about: Build Concept Vocabulary Main Idea Expository Nonfiction Dictionary/Glossary Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns Spelling: Words with ear, ir, our, ur Time Line U.S. Government
  • 75. Main Ideas and Details The focus of a paragraph or an article—what it is all about—is the topic. The most important thing the author has to say about the topic is the main idea. Small pieces of information that tell more about the main idea are supporting details.
  • 76. Main Ideas and Details Main Idea Supporting Detail Supporting Detail Supporting Detail
  • 77. Expository Nonfiction Expository nonfiction is written to explain something. In expository writing, the author gives information about real people, things, or events.
  • 78. Expository Nonfiction When reading nonfiction, you don’t always have to read from beginning to end, as you would a story. If you are doing research, for example, you can skim or scan the text and read only the parts you need.
  • 79. Expository Nonfiction Text features such as chapter titles, subheadings, illustrations, charts, and bold type can help you determine what is covered.
  • 80. Dictionary/Glossary You can look up unfamiliar words in a glossary or a dictionary. Use a dictionary to look up these challenging words from the selection. Use the guide words, figure out pronunciations, and choose appropriate definitions.
  • 81. Dictionary/Glossary Word agriculture surveying philosophy Definition
  • 82. How might you display information that shows major events in the life of George Washington? A time line is a good way to display a series of events.
  • 83. Time Line A time line shows information in chronological order. It is divided into sections that represent periods of time and is read from left to right or top to bottom. The title of a time line describes the topic.
  • 84. Time Line Labels give dates and details of events. Time lines found on the Internet or on CD-ROMs are often interactive. You can click on links, such as a Web site article or video clip, to find additional information about an event.
  • 85. Grammar Plural Possessive Nouns
  • 86.  every for years americans go to the polls too elect a president  Every four years Americans go to the polls to elect a President.  the work is hard but many President’s have enjoyed the job  The work is hard, but many Presidents have enjoyed the job.
  • 87. Plural Possessive Nouns A plural possessive noun shows that two or more people, places, or things share or own something. To make plural nouns that end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe. To make plural nouns that do not end in –s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe and an –s.
  • 88. Spelling Words Words with ear, ir, our, ur
  • 89. return • courage • surface • purpose • first • turkey • heard • early • turtle • • birthday • journal • courtesy • nourish • purse • furniture • search • curtain • burrow hamburger • survey • turquoise • absurd • furthermore • flourish • nourishment •
  • 90. We are now ready to take our story tests.  Story test Classroom webpage, Reading Test  AR Other Reading Quizzes Quiz #

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