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    • Theme: Friends and FamilyUnit 1 Planner Unit 1 Friends and Family The Big Question Think about what makes a good friend. Theme Video Friends and Family www.macmillanmh.com 2 3 Theme Opener pp. 10/11–24/25 pp. 38/39–58/59 WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Friends at School Pet Friends Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness • Phonemic Awareness Listen for Short /a/ and /i/ Listen for Short /e/, /o/, /u/ WORD STUDY • Phonic Phonics Phonics Short /a/a, /i/i; Consonant Short /e/e, /o/o, /u/u; Blends Consonant Digraphs • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Short a and i Words with Short e, o, u • Vocabulary Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words groan, excited, whisper, share, enjoyed, wonderful, carefully, different thinning, delighted, company READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Analyze Story Strategy: Analyze Story Structure Structure Skill: Character and Setting Skill: Plot • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Automaticity Echo-Read Echo-Read Approaching Approaching • Leveled Readers School Star City Gardens On Level On Level Sprouts Garden Park Beyond Beyond The Get-Well Wall Over the Fence ELL ELL Eating Sprouts A Special Garden LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Statements and Questions Commands and Exclamations • Writing Writing Writing Personal Narrative Descriptionviii Unit 1
    • Unit 1 Planner Real World Reading Comprehension Genre Expository text gives information about real people, places, and events. Summarize Main Idea and Details The main idea is what an article is mostly about. Details and facts give more information about housands of years before people the main idea. from Europe and Africa arrived in North America, Native Americans were successful farmers. They grew beans, corn, squash, and cotton. In the dry Southwest, Native Americans dug canals to bring water from rivers to their crops. Bringing water to crops is called irrigation. Animals such as horses and oxen helped farmers plow the land and plant crops.70 pp. 70/71–72/73 pp. 82/83–100/101 pp. 112/113–136/137WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Show What You KnowFamily Friends Special Friends Friends from All Over Spiral Review Character; Setting; Plot;Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Inflected VerbsLong a Long i Long o, u Genre Study Fables and LegendsPhonics Phonics Phonics WritingShort a and Long a (a_e); Short i and Long i (i_e); Soft Short o, u, and Long o (o_e), Personal NarrativeConsonant Blends (2-letter) c and g u (u_e); Consonant DigraphsSpelling Spelling SpellingWord with Final e (/ā/a_e) Word with Final e (/ī/i_e) Word with Final e (/ō/o_e; /ū/u_e) Unit 1 Assessment, 151M–151NVocabulary Words Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Wordsharvest, crops, regrow, cultures, deaf, signing, patient, practiced, favorite, Comprehensionmachines, irrigate relatives, celebrate wrinkled, settled, cuddle Character and Setting; Plot; Main Idea and Details; Summarize; Make and Confirm Predictions;Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Analyze Story StructureStrategy: Summarize Strategy: Summarize Strategy: SummarizeSkill: Identify Main Idea and Skill: Identify Main Idea and Skill: Make and Confirm Phonemic Awareness/Details Details Predictions Phonics Short /a/a, /e/e, /i/i, /o/o,Fluency Fluency Fluency /u/u; Final e : (/ā/a_e),Build Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word (/ī/i_e), (/ō/o_e), (/ū/u_e)Automaticity Automaticity AutomaticityEcho-Read Echo-Read Echo-Read Text Features/Study SkillsApproaching Approaching Approaching Photos and Captions;Family History Three American Heroes Remember Me Rhyme and Rhythm; Parts of a Book; Bar GraphsOn Level On Level On LevelFamily History Three American Heroes Daniel’s New Home GrammarBeyond Beyond Beyond Sentences/Combining;Family History Three American Heroes Eva’s Journey Subjects; Predicates; Statements andELL ELL ELL Questions; CommandsFamily History Three Heroes The New Americans and ExclamationsGrammar Grammar GrammarSubjects Predicates Sentence Combining Fluency AssessmentWriting Writing Writing Diagnose and PrescribeExpository Report Friendly Letter Journal Entry Interpret Assessment Friends and Family ix
    • Theme: Community HeroesUnit 2 Planner DOñA FLOr Unit 2 Community Heroes The Big Question A T ALL T ALE A BOUT A G IANT W OMAN WITH A G REAT B IG H EART B Y P AT M ORA I LLUSTRATED BY R AUL C OLÓN What heroes live in your community? Theme Video Community Heroes www.macmillanmh.com 152 153 Theme Opener pp. 160/161–186/187 pp. 202/203–228/229 WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Family Heroes Local Heroes • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Listen for Long a Listen for Long e WORD STUDY • Phonic Phonics Phonics Long a; Consonant Blends Long e; Prefixes • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Long a Words with Long e • Vocabulary Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words exclaimed, concern, vendors, advice, commotion, rattled, figure, collection respected, shivering, tangle READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Comprehension/Reread Comprehension/Reread Skill: Character, Setting, Plot Skill: Cause and Effect Fluency Fluency • Fluency Build Fluency: Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Word Automaticity Echo-Read Echo-Read Approaching Approaching • Leveled Readers Ice Cool Texas Cowboys On Level On Level Lions at Last Texas Cowboys Beyond Beyond Jolly Good Hockey! Texas Cowboys ELL ELL The Soccer Team Texas Cowboys LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Nouns Plural Nouns • Writing Writing Writing Story Procedural: Directionsviii Unit 2
    • Unit 2 Planner Real World Reading Comprehension Genre Expository text gives information about real people, places, and events. Read Ahead Main Idea and Details A MATHEMATICAL FOLKTALE The main idea is the most important idea Written and Illustrated by in an article. Details and facts give more information. Independence for Texas The San Jacinto (SAN juh–SIN–toh) Monument rises 570 feet into the Texas sky. At the top of the monument is a huge star. It is a symbol of Texas, the Lone Star State. Inside the monument is a museum. It tells the story of the Battle of San Jacinto. This amazing landmark stands on the spot where that battle was fought. 240P2v1_TXNA_U2W3_TFKCM_RD11_B.indd240 240 11/3/09 10:56:37 AMpp. 240/241–242/243 pp. 254/255–276/277 pp. 290/291–308/309WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6 Theme Theme Theme Show What You Know Remembering Community What Makes a Hero? Heroes from Long Ago Spiral Review Workers Cause and Effect Main Idea and Details Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Maps Listen for Long i Listen for Long o Listen for Long u Suffixes Headings Genre Study Phonics Phonics Phonics Folktales Long i; Compound Words Long o; Inflectional Endings Long u; Inflectional Endings Writing Procedural: How-To Article Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Long i Words with Long o Words with Long u Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words independence, landmark, collectors, store, reward, allowed, powerful, invented, Unit 1 Assessment, state, government, symbol clever, double, amount instrument, products, design 321M–321N Character, Setting and Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Plot; Cause and Effect; Strategy: Generate Main Idea and Details; Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Generate Make Inferences; Compare Comprehension/Read Questions Questions Skill: Make Inferences and Contrast Ahead Skill: Compare and Contrast Skill: Main Idea and Details Fluency Phonemic Awareness/ Fluency Build Fluency: Phonics Fluency Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Long a, e, i, o, u; Build Fluency: Echo-Read Word Automaticity Word Automaticity Echo-Read Consonant Blends, Echo-Read Approaching Prefixes, Compound Cinderella: A Tale from France Approaching Words, Inflectional Approaching Computers — Then and Now Endings Wildfires On Level The Story of Yeh-Shen: On Level Text Features/Study On Level A Cinderella Tale Computers — Then and Now Skills Wildfires Maps; Photographs and Beyond Beyond Beyond Computers — Then and Now Captions; Headings; Time Little Ashes: A Native Line; Using Parts of a Book Wildfires American Cinderella ELL ELL ELL Computers Grammar Wildfires Yeh-Shen Nouns (singular, plural, possessive, proper) Grammar Grammar Grammar Proper Nouns Possessive Nouns Plurals and Possessives Fluency Assessment Writing Writing Writing Diagnose and Prescribe Research Report Friendly Letter Biography Interpret Assessment Community Heroes ix
    • Theme: Let’s CreateUnit 3 Planner Unit 3 Let’s Create The Big Question How do people express their ideas and emotions in creative ways? Theme Video Let’s Create www.macmillanmh.com Abuelo and The Three Bearsby Jerry Tello illustrated by Ana López Escrivá 322 323 Theme Opener pp. 330/331–346/347 pp. 358/359–378/379 WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Dancing Folktales • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Listen for r-Controlled Vowels Listen for r-Controlled Vowels WORD STUDY • Phonic Phonics Phonics r-Controlled Vowels; r-Controlled Vowels; Inflectional Endings Silent Letters • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with r-Controlled Vowels Words with r-Controlled Vowels • Vocabulary Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words effort, mood, perform, proud, argue, arrive, cozy, medium, remember noticed, stubborn READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Visualize Strategy: Visualize Skill: Summarize Skill: Summarize • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Word Automaticity Echo-Read Echo-Read • Leveled Readers Approaching Approaching Our Statue of Liberty Anansi On Level On Level Our Statue of Liberty Rabbit Tricks Coyote Beyond Beyond Our Statue of Liberty Rabbit Trickster Tales ELL ELL The Statue of Liberty Rabbit and Coyote LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Action Verbs Present-Tense Verbs • Writing Writing Writing Advertisement (persuasive) Personal Narrative: Storyviii Unit 3
    • Unit 3 Planner Real World Reading Comprehension Genre Expository text gives information about real people, places, and events. This exhibit shows what people from the Stone Age might have looked like. Ask Questions Author’s Purpose When you read, you should identify the author’s reason for writing the text. Today recorded music surrounds us. You can buy CDs of your favorite music. You can hear singers on the radio. You can even watch them on TV. Thousands of years from now, people will know about our music because we have made recordings of it. 392pp. 392/393–394/395 pp. 404/405–426/427 pp. 440/441–454/455WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6 Theme Theme Theme Show What You Know Music and Art Writing Our Stories Spiral Review Author’s Purpose; Cause and Effect; Summarize; Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Antonyms; Headings; Photos Listen for r-Controlled Vowels Listen for r-Controlled Vowels Listen for r-Controlled Vowels and Captions Genre Literary Nonfiction Phonics Phonics Phonics r-Controlled Vowels; r-Controlled Vowels; Suffixes r-Controlled Vowels; Prefixes Writing Inflectional Endings Expository: Persuasive Letter Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with r-Controlled Vowels Words with r-Controlled Vowels Words with r-Controlled Vowels Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words impossible, pleasant, talent, demand, emergency, furious, creating, familiar, glamorous, Unit 3 Assessment, treasures impatient, neutral, sincerely imagination, memories, 467M–467N occasions Comprehension Summarize; Author’s Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Purpose; Cause and Strategy: Generate Strategy: Generate Strategy: Generate Questions Effect; Draw Conclusions; Questions Questions Visualize; Generate Skill: Draw Conclusions Questions Skill: Author’s Purpose Skill: Cause and Effect Phonemic Awareness/ Phonics Fluency Fluency Fluency r-Controlled Vowels; Build Fluency: Build Fluency: Build Fluency: Inflectional Endings; Silent Word Automaticity Word Automaticity Word Automaticity Letters; Suffixes; Prefixes Echo-Read Echo-Read Echo-Read Text Features/Study Approaching Approaching Approaching Skills Sounds All Around Eggcellent Caves Choose Research Material; On Level Bar Graphs On Level On Level Caves Grammar Sounds All Around Knitwits and Woolly Sweaters Beyond Verbs: action, present- Beyond Beyond Caves tense, past-tense, the Sounds All Around What Good Is a Goat verb Have; Sentence ELL Combining ELL ELL Caves Sounds All Around Knitting Fever Grammar Grammar Grammar Fluency Assessment Past-Tense Verbs The Verb Have Sentence Combining Diagnose and Prescribe Writing Writing Writing Interpret Assessment Nonfiction Article Friendly Letter (persuasive) Descriptive Poem Let’s Create ix
    • Theme: Better TogetherUnit 4 Planner Unit 4 Better Together The Big Question How is working together better than working alone? Theme Launcher Video Better Together www.macmillanmh.com 2 3 Theme Opener pp. 10/11–34/35 pp. 46/47–68/69 WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Getting the Job Done Special Teams • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Listen for Diphthong ou, ow Listen for Diphthong oi, oy WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Diphthong ou, ow Diphthong oi, oy • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Diphthong ou, Words with Diphthong oi, oy ow • Vocabulary Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words attached, delicious, accident, attention, buddy, frantically, gasped, swung enormous, obeys, tip READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Comprehension/Reread Comprehension/Read Skill: Cause and Effect Ahead Skill: Use Illustrations • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Word Automaticity Echo-Read Echo-Read • Leveled Readers Approaching Approaching Wasted Wishes Road Safety On Level On Level Three Wishes From a Fish Road Safety Beyond Beyond Three Dog Wishes Road Safety ELL ELL Three Wishes Street Safety LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Linking Verbs Helping Verbs • Writing Writing Writing Personal Narrative Expository: Persuasive Essayviii Unit 4
    • Unit 4 Planner Real World Reading A Trip to the Comprehension Emergency Room Who works in the emergency room? Genre Expository text gives information about real people, things, or events. Text Structure Sequence of Events Sequence is the order in which things happen. Oh, no! You have a broken bone. Where do you go? To the hospital emergency room, of course. The emergency room can be a busy place. Ambulances and people arrive there during the day and night. People are brought there if they have a serious medical problem. Doctors and nurses work in the emergency room. Their job is to aid people who are sick or hurt. Other people help patients, too. They help keep the hospital running properly. Let’s meet some of the people who work in a hospital emergency room.82 pp. 82/83–84/85 pp. 94/95–112/113 pp. 124/125–152/153WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Show What You KnowWorker Teams Community Teams Surprising Teamwork Spiral Review Cause and Effect; Sequence of Events; Fantasy andPhonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Reality; Character; Setting;Listen for Vowel Digraph oo, Listen for Vowel Digraph Listen for Vowel Digraph au, Synonymsui, ew, ue, u, ou, oe oo, ou aw, a Genre PoetryPhonics Phonics PhonicsVowel Digraph oo, ui, ew, ue, Vowel Digraph oo, ou Vowel Digraph au, aw, a Writingu, ou, oe Expository: CompositionSpelling Spelling SpellingWords with Vowel Digraph Words with Vowel Digraph Words with Vowel Digraphoo, ui, ew, ue, oe oo, ou au, aw, aVocabulary Words Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words Unit 4 Assessment,aid, heal, informs, personal, examines, hunger, mammal, assembled, devoured, fetch, 167M–167Nserious normal, rescued, young menu, simmered Comprehension Monitor Comprehension/Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Reread and Read Ahead;Strategy: Analyze Text Strategy: Analyze Text Strategy: Analyze Story Cause and Effect; UseStructure Structure Structure Illustrations; Analyze Text and Structure; SequenceSkill: Sequence of Events Skill: Sequence of Events Skill: Distinguish Between of Events; Fantasy/Reality Fantasy and Reality Phonemic Awareness/Fluency Fluency Fluency PhonicsBuild Fluency: Build Fluency: Build Fluency: Diphthong ou, ow, oi, oy;Word Automaticity Word Automaticity Word Automaticity Vowel Digraph oo, ui, ew,Echo-Read Echo-Read Echo-Read ue, u, ou, oe, au, aw, aApproaching Approaching Approaching Text Features/StudyPeople at Work Bald Eagle Alert Saving Sofia Skills Drop-Down Menu, FloorOn Level On Level On Level Plan (Diagram), WrittenPeople at Work Bald Eagle Alert A Party and a Half Directions; Using theBeyond Beyond Beyond InternetPeople at Work Bald Eagle Alert A Lucky New Year GrammarELL ELL ELL Verbs (linking, helping,People Work Bald Eagles The Summer Party irregular), ContractionsGrammar Grammar GrammarIrregular Verbs Irregular Verbs Contractions Fluency AssessmentWriting Writing WritingExpository: Nonfiction Diagnose and Prescribe Expository: Friendly Letter Expository: Descriptive FlyerArticle Interpret Assessment Better Together ix
    • Theme: Growing and ChangingUnit 5 Planner Unit 5 Growing and Changing The Big Question How do animals and plants change as they grow? Theme Video Growing and Changing www.macmillanmh.com 168 169 Theme Opener pp. 176/177–198/199 pp. 210/211–230/231 WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme A Plant’s Life Garden Plants • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Listen for Closed Syllables Listen for Closed Syllables WORD STUDY • Phonic Phonics Phonics Closed Syllables Closed Syllables • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Closed Syllables Words with Closed Syllables • Vocabulary Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words burst, drifts, desert, drowns, aroma, blooming, muscles, gently, neighbor prickly, scent, trade READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Summarize Skill: Draw Conclusions Skill: Sequence of Events • Fluency Fluency Fluency Intonation Pronunciation Approaching Approaching The World of Plants All About Tomatoes • Leveled Readers On Level On Level The World of Plants All About Tomatoes Beyond Beyond The World of Plants All About Tomatoes ELL ELL Plants Learn About Tomatoes LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Pronouns I and me, we and us • Writing Writing Writing Procedural: How-to Poster Narrativeviii Unit 5
    • Unit 5 Planner Real World Reading Comprehension Meet the Genre Expository text gives information about real people, things, or events. Adjust Reading Rate Summarize To summarize a selection, you Did a crocodile the size tell only the most of a school bus once important ideas without retelling the live on Earth? whole selection. What kind of animal was it? Its body was about 40 feet long. That’s about the size of a school bus. Its jaws were about 5 feet long. That’s about as long as some people are tall! It had about 100 teeth. Name: Sarcosuchus imperator (“Super Croc”) Length: Up to 50 feet Weight: About 17,500 pounds Lived: About 110 million years ago 244pp. 244/245–246/247 pp. 256/257–276/277 pp. 290/291–308/309WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6 Theme Theme Theme Show What You Know Animals Long Ago Special Animals Wild Animals Spiral Review Draw Conclusions; Sequence of Events; Summarize; Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Diagrams and Labels; Listen for Open Syllables Listen for Consonant + le Listen for Open Syllables Homophones Syllables Genre Procedural Texts Phonics Phonics Phonics Open Syllables Consonant + le Syllables Open Syllables Writing Realistic Fiction Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Open Syllables Words with Consonant + le Words with Open Syllables Syllables Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words Unit 5 Assessment, ancient, confirm, hopeful, fluttered, giggled, peered, beloved, glanced, gleamed, 323M–323N site, unable, valid recognized, snuggled, noble, promised, wiggled vanished Comprehension Sequence of Events, Summarize, Draw Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Conclusions, Make Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Inferences, Reread, Adjust Comprehension: Adjust Comprehension/Reread Comprehension: Adjust Reading Rate Reading Rate Skill: Make Inferences Reading Rate Phonemic Awareness/ Skill: Summarize Skill: Make Inferences Phonics Fluency Fluency Fluency Closed Syllables, Open Pronunciation Phrasing Expression Syllables, Consonant + le Syllables Approaching Approaching Approaching Living Fossils Little Bat Look Out for Dolphins Text Features/Study Skills On Level On Level On Level Diagrams and Labels, Living Fossils Hermie the Hermit Crab Look Out for Dolphins Written Directions, Beyond Beyond Beyond Illustrations, Captions, Living Fossils Pip the Penguin Look Out for Dolphins Encyclopedia Heads, Narrow a Topic for Research ELL ELL ELL What Are Living Fossils? The Happy Hermit Crab Dolphins Grammar Pronouns; I and me, we and us; Possessive Pronouns; Contractions; Pronoun-Verb Agreement Grammar Grammar Grammar Possessive Pronouns Contractions Pronoun- Verb Agreement Fluency Assessment Writing Writing Writing Diagnose and Prescribe Expository Friendly Letter Expository Interpret Assessment Growing and Changing ix
    • Theme: The World Around UsUnit 6 Planner Unit 6 The World Around Us The Big Question How do we learn about nature? Theme Video Nature www.macmillanmh.com 324 325 Theme Opener pp. 332/333–352/353 pp. 366/367–386/387 WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Plant and Animal Habitats Animal Survival/Needs • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Listen for Consonant + le Listen for Vowel Team Syllables Syllables WORD STUDY • Phonic Phonics Phonics Consonant + le Syllables Vowel Team Syllables • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Consonant + le Words with Vowel Team Syllables Syllables • Vocabulary Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words beyond, burrow, distant, beasts, handy, itches, nibble, lengthy, warning preen, puddles READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Generate Strategy: Generate Questions Questions Skill: Author’s Purpose Skill: Compare and Contrast • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Word Automaticity Echo-Read Echo-Read • Leveled Readers Approaching Approaching Sonoran Desert Animals Giraffes of the Savanna On Level On Level Sonoran Desert Animals Giraffes of the Savanna Beyond Beyond Sonoran Desert Animals Giraffes of the Savanna ELL ELL Sonoran Desert Animals Giraffes LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Adjectives Use Articles a, an, and the • Writing Writing Writing Friendly Letter Summaryviii Unit 6
    • Unit 6 Planner Real World Reading A Way to Help Comprehension Genre Planet Earth Expository text gives What can everyone do to information about help keep Earth clean? real people, things, or events. Keeping Earth healthy is an important job. That’s what environmental conservation is all Text Structure Problem and Solution about. People who do that job are working to A problem is keep the air, land, and water clean. They are something that also working to keep endangered plants and needs to be worked animals from becoming extinct. out. A solution is the steps taken to solve One of the hardest jobs is solving the a problem. problem of trash. The trouble with trash is that it keeps piling up. We could run out Plastic bottles are piled high of places to put it. at recycling centers. 398pp. 398/399–400/401 pp. 410/411–430/431 pp. 442/443–454/455WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6 Theme Theme Theme Show What You Know Saving the World Around Us Wild Weather Explaining Nature Spiral Review Author’s Purpose; Problem and Solution; Compare and Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Contrast; Chart; Compound Listen for Final e Syllables Listen for Vowel Team r-Controlled Syllables Words Syllables Genre Literary Text: Fiction Phonics Phonics Phonics Final e Syllables Vowel Team Syllables r-Controlled Syllables Writing Expository: Compare and Spelling Spelling Spelling Contrast Composition Words with Final e Syllables Words with Vowel Team Words with r-Controlled Syllables Syllables Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words conservation, extinct, beware, destroy, grasslands, agreed, gathered, jabbing, Unit 6 Assessment, hardest, remains, trouble prevent, uprooted, violent randomly, signal 467M–467N Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Generate Questions; Strategy: Generate Strategy: Visualize Strategy: Visualize Visualize; Author’s Questions Purpose; Compare and Skill: Cause and Effect Skill: Problem and Solution Contrast; Problem and Skill: Problem and Solution Solution; Cause and Effect Phonemic Awareness/ Fluency Fluency Fluency Phonics Build Fluency: Build Fluency: Build Fluency: Consonant + le Syllables, Word Automaticity Word Automaticity Word Automaticity Vowel Team Syllables, Echo-Read Echo-Read Echo-Read Final e Syllables, r-Controlled Syllables Approaching Approaching Approaching Text Features/Study Spoiled by a Spill The Snowed Under Sled Sky Colors Skills On Level On Level On Level Charts, Interview, Using Spoiled by a Spill That’s Wild Why the Sky Is Far Away Text Features Grammar Beyond Beyond Beyond Adjectives; Use Articles a, Spoiled by a Spill Storm Riders Sky Seeds an, and the; Synonyms and ELL ELL ELL Antonyms, Adverbs Oil Spills A Wild Picnic A Sky Story Grammar Grammar Grammar Fluency Assessment Synonyms and Antonyms Adjectives That Compare Adverbs Writing Writing Writing Diagnose and Prescribe Nonfiction Article Compare and Contrast Play Interpret Assessment The World Around Us ix