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  • 1. BIG QUESTION: WHAT CHANGES IN NATURE TAKE PLACE IN THE FALL? Author: Chris Van Allsburg Genre: Fantasy
  • 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 Adding –ed and -ing
  • 5. watched • watching • danced • dancing • studied • studying • stopped • stopping • dried • • drying • happened • happening • noticed • noticing • robbed • robbing • slipped • slipping hurried • hurrying • answered • answering • magnified • magnifying • interfered • interfering •
  • 6. Big Question: What changes in nature take place in the fall? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
  • 7. Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words  draft More Words to Know  drab  etched  hermit  fascinated  hypnotized  frost  barren  parlor  crops  terror  sprout  timid  wilt
  • 8. Monday Question of the Day What changes in nature take place in the fall?
  • 9. Today we will learn about:  Build Concepts  Cause and Effect  Ask Questions  Build Background  Vocabulary  Fluency: Pitch  Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs  Spelling: Adding  The Seasons –ed and -ing
  • 10. Fluency Model Pitch
  • 11. Fluency: Pitch  Listen as I read “Blame It on Hades.”  As I read, notice how I use pitch to dramatize characters’ voices.  Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
  • 12. Fluency: Pitch  What were some effects of Demeter making the earth hot?  What does this myth say causes fall and winter to happen each year?
  • 13. Concept Vocabulary  barren – not able to produce  crops – plants grown or gathered by people for their use  sprout – to produce new leaves, shoots, or buds  wilt – to become limp and bend down; to wither  (Next Slide)
  • 14. barren
  • 15. crops
  • 16. sprout
  • 17. wilt
  • 18. Concept Vocabulary ( TO A D D I N F O R M AT I O N TO T H E G R A P H I C O R G A N I Z E R , C L I C K O N E N D S H O W, T Y P E I N Y O U R N E W I N F O R M AT I O N , A N D S AV E Y O U R C H A N G E S . )
  • 19. Build Concept Vocabulary barren, crops, sprout, wilt Winter Spring The Seasons Summer Fall
  • 20. Cause and Effect, Ask Questions Turn to page 268 - 269.
  • 21. Prior Knowledge Think about the sights, sounds, smells, and events associated with the season of fall. Fall/Autumn
  • 22. Prior Knowledge  This week’s audio explores how and why the seasons change. After you listen, we will discuss what you learned and what surprised you most about seasonal changes.
  • 23. Vocabulary Words
  • 24. Vocabulary Words  draft – current of air  etched – engraved; a design or drawing on a metal plate, or glass  fascinated – interested greatly; attracted very strongly; charmed  frost – moisture frozen on or in a surface; feathery ice crystals
  • 25. Vocabulary Words  parlor – a room for receiving or entertaining guests; sitting room  terror – great fear  timid – easily frightened; shy
  • 26. More Words to Know  drab - not attractive; dull; monotonous  hermit – person who goes away from others and lives alone  hypnotized – put into a condition resembling deep sleep in which the person acts on suggestions  (Next Slide)
  • 27. etched
  • 28. frost
  • 29. parlor
  • 30. Grammar Action and Linking Verbs
  • 31.  katy watcht the stranger, when he first arrived at the farm  Katy watched the stranger when he first arrived at the farm.  the unhappy stranger hurryed. To leave the farm  The unhappy stranger hurried to leave the farm.
  • 32. Action and Linking Verbs  Mr. Bailey drove home. The stranger was scared.  Drove is a verb that shows what Mr. Bailey was doing. It is an action verb. It is also called a transitive verb because it is followed by an object, home.  Was tells something about the stranger. It is a linking verb. It is also called an intransitive verb.
  • 33. Action and Linking Verbs  The main word in the predicate of a sentence is a verb. Words that show actions are called action verbs. Most verbs show actions you can see. Some verbs, such as think and understand, show actions you cannot see. Mr. Bailey hit a stranger with his truck. He regretted the accident.  Action Verbs:
  • 34. Action and Linking Verbs  Linking verbs do not show actions. They tell what the subject is or what the subject is like. Common linking verbs are forms of the verb to be, such as am, is, are, was, and were. Verbs such as seem, appear, become, and feel can also be linking verbs. The man was alive. He seemed very strange.  Linking Verbs:
  • 35. Action and Linking Verbs Find the verb in each sentence.  The  Stranger is an unusual story. is  It describes a very odd event.  describes  The Bailey family lives on a farm.  lives  Mr. Bailey struck a man with his truck.  struck
  • 36. Action and Linking Verbs Find the verb in each sentence.  He brought the man home.  brought  The stranger was silent.  was  He appeared completely healthy.  appeared  The stranger changed the weather.  changed
  • 37. Action and Linking Verbs Find the verb in each sentence.  He became very unhappy.  became  Stories like this are fantasies.  are
  • 38. Action and Linking Verbs Find the verb in each sentence and tell if it is an action or linking verb.  Animals trusted the strange man.  trusted, action  The stranger watched the geese in the sky.  watched, action  He seemed sad.  seemed, linking
  • 39. Action and Linking Verbs Find the verb in each sentence and tell if it is an action or linking verb.  On the last day, the stranger hugged everyone in the family.  hugged, action  The Baileys were very kind to him.  were, linking
  • 40. Spelling Words Adding –ed and -ing
  • 41. watched • watching • danced • dancing • studied • studying • stopped • stopping • dried • • drying • happened • happening • noticed • noticing • robbed • robbing • slipped • slipping hurried • hurrying • answered • answering • magnified • magnifying • interfered • interfering •
  • 42. Tuesday Question of the Day What is mysterious about the man Mr. Bailey strikes with his truck?
  • 43. Today we will learn about:  Context Clues  Cause and Effect  Ask Questions  Compare and Contrast  Vocabulary  Fluency: Echo Reading  Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs  Spelling: Adding –ed and -ing  Science: Fall in the United States  The Seasons
  • 44. Vocabulary Strategy: Context Clues Pages 270 - 271.
  • 45. The Stranger Pages 272 - 279.
  • 46. Fluency Echo Reading
  • 47. Fluency: Echo Reading  Turn to page 275.  As I read, notice how I change my pitch to convey the differences in the whispered speeches of Mr. and Mrs. Bailey.  We will practice as a class doing three echo readings of this page.
  • 48. Grammar Action and Linking Verbs
  • 49.  as the days become shorter trees changing to red and orange  As the days become shorter, trees change to red and orange.  what beautiful colors the trees turn in october  What beautiful colors the trees turn in October!
  • 50. Action and Linking Verbs  A verb is the main word in the predicate of a sentence.  Action verbs show what someone or something does.  Linking verbs tell what the subject is or is like. They link, or join, the subject to a word in the predicate.
  • 51. Spelling Words Adding –ed and -ing
  • 52. watched • watching • danced • dancing • studied • studying • stopped • stopping • dried • • drying • happened • happening • noticed • noticing • robbed • robbing • slipped • slipping hurried • hurrying • answered • answering • magnified • magnifying • interfered • interfering •
  • 53. Wednesday Question of the Day Since the stranger’s visit, how is fall on the Bailey farm different from nearby farms?
  • 54. Today we will learn about:  Cause and Effect  Ask Questions  Compare and Contrast  Vocabulary  Fluency: Pitch  Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs  Spelling: Adding –ed and -ing  Science: Seasons and Crops  The Seasons
  • 55. The Stranger Pages 280 - 286.
  • 56. Fluency Model Pitch
  • 57. Fluency: Model Pitch  Turn to page 277.  As I read, notice how I pitch my voice for the third-person narrator’s text and then raise it slightly higher for Mrs. Bailey’s speech.  Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings.
  • 58. Grammar Action and Linking Verbs
  • 59.  september and october is my favorite munths  September and October are my favorite months.  i love to watch the gooses flew south  I love to watch the geese fly south.
  • 60. Action and Linking Verbs  A verb is the main word in the predicate of a sentence.  Action verbs show what someone or something does.  Linking verbs tell what the subject is or is like. They link, or join, the subject to a word in the predicate.
  • 61. Action and Linking Verbs  Replacing linking verbs that are forms of the verb to be (am, is, are, was, were) with action verbs can make writing stronger. The stranger was cold. The stranger shivered.  Example:  Review something you have written to see if you can improve it by replacing linking verbs with action verbs.
  • 62. Spelling Words Adding –ed and -ing
  • 63. watched • watching • danced • dancing • studied • studying • stopped • stopping • dried • • drying • happened • happening • noticed • noticing • robbed • robbing • slipped • slipping hurried • hurrying • answered • answering • magnified • magnifying • interfered • interfering •
  • 64. Thursday Question of the Day Why do you think some birds fly south in the fall while others stay all winter?
  • 65. Today we will learn about:  Expository Nonfiction/Text Features  Reading Across Texts  Content-Area Vocabulary  Fluency: Partner Reading  Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs  Spelling: Adding –ed and -ing  Science: Seasons Across the Globe  Seasonal Animal Behavior
  • 66. “Time for a Change” Pages 288 - 291.
  • 67. Fluency Partner Reading
  • 68. Fluency: Partner Reading  Turn to page 277.  Read this page three times with a partner. Adjust your pitch to reflect how you think the narrator and Mrs. Bailey should sound and offer each other feedback.
  • 69. Grammar Action and Linking Verbs
  • 70.  fall is mr baileys favorite Season  Fall is Mr. Bailey’s favorite season.  the days grow shorter but the air is fresh and cleen  The days grow shorter, but the air is fresh and clean.
  • 71. Action and Linking Verbs  A verb is the main word in the predicate of a sentence.  Action verbs show what someone or something does.  Linking verbs tell what the subject is or is like. They link, or join, the subject to a word in the predicate.
  • 72. Action and Linking Verbs  Test Tip: One way to tell a linking verb from an action verb is to look at what follows. If an adjective after the verb modifies the subject, as in “Apples are delicious,” then the verb is a linking verb.
  • 73. Action and Linking Verbs The stranger was cold. (Cold is an adjective; was is a linking  Examples: verb.  He seemed scared. (Scared is an adjective; seemed is a linking verb.)
  • 74. Spelling Words Adding –ed and -ing
  • 75. watched • watching • danced • dancing • studied • studying • stopped • stopping • dried • • drying • happened • happening • noticed • noticing • robbed • robbing • slipped • slipping hurried • hurrying • answered • answering • magnified • magnifying • interfered • interfering •
  • 76. Friday Question of the Day What changes in nature take place in the fall?
  • 77. Today we will learn about:  Build Concept Vocabulary  Cause and Effect  Illustrator’s Craft  Context Clues  Grammar: Action and Linking Verbs  Spelling: Adding  The Seasons –ed and -ing
  • 78. Cause and Effect  Causes and effects are related. An effect is what happens. A cause is why it happens.  Sometimes clue words, such as because and so, signal causes and effects. Other times you must figure out the causes and effects for yourself.  Sometimes a cause has more than one effect.
  • 79. Illustrator’s Craft  An illustrator is a person who creates the art for an article or book. The illustrator makes choices about how to draw or paint for the text.  Art can help you understand the setting, characters, mood, and plot of a story.  Sometimes the art shows additional details or information that are not in the text.
  • 80. Context Clues  When a word you don’t seem to make sense in a sentence, it may be a multiple-meaning word. Look for context clues and predict other possible meanings.  Write two meanings for each multiple choice word and circle the meaning used in the story.
  • 81. Context Clues Word from Story lying (p. 274) direction (p. 278) tagged (p. 279) seasons (p. 281) might (p. 283) Meaning 1 Meaning 2
  • 82. Almanac  An almanac is a reference book published each year. It contains calendars, weather information, dates of holidays, and charts and tables of current information, such as populations of cities.  A table of contents at the front lists main topics in the order they appear.
  • 83. Almanac  An index at the back lists the book’s topics in alphabetical order.  Tables and charts present information in an organized visual form that makes facts and data easy to find and compare.
  • 84. Grammar Action and Linking Verbs
  • 85.  its great to go for hikes, theres so much to see  It’s great to go for hikes. There’s so much to see.  helena and i am going camping. For a week next summer  Helena and I am going camping for a week next summer.
  • 86. Action and Linking Verbs  A verb is the main word in the predicate of a sentence.  Action verbs show what someone or something does.  Linking verbs tell what the subject is or is like. They link, or join, the subject to a word in the predicate.
  • 87. Spelling Words Adding –ed and -ing
  • 88. watched • watching • danced • dancing • studied • studying • stopped • stopping • dried • • drying • happened • happening • noticed • noticing • robbed • robbing • slipped • slipping hurried • hurrying • answered • answering • magnified • magnifying • interfered • interfering •
  • 89. We are now ready to take our story tests.  Story test  Classroom webpage,  Reading Test  AR  Other Reading Quizzes  Quiz #