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    • Unit 1 Planner Theme: Growing Up Unit 1 Award Growing Up Winning The Adventures of Author Big The Display Type: Coop OTF Condensed Ali Baba Bernstein Title Treatment revised 7/25 Design Question What experiences can cause a person to change? Display Type: Circus Dog Reg Theme Launcher Video Find out more about growing up at www.macmillanmh.com. Dav id (Al i Bab 2 3 a) Ber nst ein P4v1_CA_U1_TO_RD10.indd 2-3 9/27/07 12:22:45 PM Theme Opener, pp. xvi–4/5 pp. 6A–37KK pp. 38A–65II WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening Comprehension Theme Theme Making a Move Changing • Speaking/Viewing Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary opportunities, border, unions, curious, policy, ranged, strikes, boycotts, citizen temporary, several, frequently Word Origins Thesaurus: Synonyms • Phonics/Word Study Phonics Phonics Short Vowels Long a • Spelling Spelling Spelling Short Vowels Long a READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Make Predictions Strategy: Analyze Story Skill: Make Inferences Structure Skill: Character, Setting, Plot • Fluency Fluency Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation and Expression Accuracy • Skill-Based Practice Readers Approaching Approaching Lili Kiat This Friend, That Friend: A Tale from The Arabian Nights On Level Paolo On Level This Friend, That Friend: A Beyond Tale from The Arabian Nights Jin Beyond English Learners This Friend, That Friend: A A New Home Tale from The Arabian Nights English Learners The Fisherman and the Well LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Topic Development: Topic Development: Moment Moment • Grammar Grammar Grammar Sentences Subjects and Predicates viii Unit 1
    • Unit 1 Planner Real World Reading Comprehension REPORTERS KID Genre A Nonfiction Article in a newspaper or magazine AT WORK tells a true story. Summarize Compare and Contrast When you look for similarities, you compare two or more things or ideas. When you look for differences, you contrast two or more things or ideas. How do kid reporters tell the story when the news is about improving the lives of children? Each year the news magazine Time Here’s a behind-the-scenes For Kids selects several young people look at two TFK reporters and two to serve as TFK kid reporters. These of the stories they covered for the enterprising kids are not professional magazine. The reporters don’t have journalists, but like adult reporters much in common, except that they they still have to show they are are both determined to do a good job qualified for the job. Three skills they as reporters covering an interesting must have are persistence in tracking story. The stories seem quite different down a story, good interviewing at first, too. However, they have some skills, and the ability to write clearly strong similarities. about complicated topics. pp. 66A–77QQP4v1_CA_U1W3_TFK_RD10.indd 70 7/25/07 4:11:45 PM pp. 78A–101KK pp. 102A–123II WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6 Theme Theme Theme Writing Kids at Work Mentors Friends of All Ages Personal Narrative Build Background Build Background Build Background Unit 1 Assessment, Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary 129M–129N identified, enterprising, endless, realistic, sensible, peculiar, positive, selecting, persistence, venture protested, paralyzed, display consisted, advanced, aware Comprehension Antonyms Using a Dictionary Connotation and Make Inferences; Denotation Character, Setting, Plot; Compare and Contrast; Sequence Phonics Phonics Phonics Long e Long i Long o Vocabulary Strategies Spelling Spelling Spelling Dictionary: Word Words with Long e Words with Long i Words with Long o Origins, Connotation and Denotation, Using a Dictionary; Thesaurus: Synonyms, Antonyms Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Make Inferences Strategy: Summarize Text Features/ Skill: Compare and Contrast and Analyze Skill: Sequence Literary Elements/ Skill: Character Study Skills Time Lines; Maps; Using Fluency Fluency Fluency a Library; Metaphor, Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Personification; Intonation and Pacing Pacing and Pausing Intonation and Pacing Onomatopoeia, Simile Approaching Approaching Approaching Kids Work Elevator to Trouble The ABC Volunteer Grammar Sentences On Level On Level On Level Kids Work Summer in Space Drawing Highland Writing Beyond Beyond Beyond Personal Narrative Kids Work Back to School A Change of Weather English Learners English Learners English Learners Kids Work Space Adventure Pictures of Highland Fluency Assessment Diagnose and Prescribe Interpret Assessment Results Writing Writing Writing Personal Narrative Topic Development: Object, Topic Development: Object, Setting Setting Grammar Grammar Grammar Simple and Compound Complex Sentences Run-on Sentences Sentences Growing Up ix
    • Unit 2 Planner Theme: Making a Difference Unit 2 Making a Difference Big The Question How do people make a difference in their communities? Theme Launcher Video Find out more about making a difference at www.macmillanmh.com. 130 131 P4v1_CA_U2_TO_RD10.indd 130-131 9/27/07 12:21:22 PM Theme Opener, pp. xvi–132/133 pp. 134A–159KK pp. 160A–187II WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening Comprehension Theme Theme Civil Rights Inspiring Women • Speaking/Viewing Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary unfair, ancestors, numerous, legendary, muttered, gaped, segregation, avoided, snickering, insult, flinched injustice Context Clues/ Prefixes Description • Phonics/Word Study Phonics Phonics Prefixes Digraphs • Spelling Spelling Spelling Prefixes Digraphs READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Evaluate Strategy: Make Inferences Skill: Author’s Purpose and Analyze Skill: Author’s Purpose • Fluency Fluency Fluency Repeated Reading Repeated Reading Expression/Intonation Intonation • Skill-Based Practice Readers Approaching Approaching Harriet Tubman Force and Motion in Sports On Level On Level Coretta Scott King Force and Motion in Sports Beyond Beyond Fighting for Rights Force and Motion in Sports English Learners English Learners Coretta Scott King Sports in Motion LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Showing Showing • Grammar Grammar Grammar Common and Proper Nouns Singular and Plural Nouns viii Unit 2
    • Unit 2 Planner Real World Reading Comprehension Makin g a Splash Genre A Nonfiction article in a newspaper or magazine presents facts and information. Summarize How does a Main Idea and Details person with physical The main idea of an article is what the article is mostly disabilities become a about. Details give more world-champion athlete? information about the R main idea. udy Garcia-Tolson is not an ordinary athlete. He holds world records for swimming, running, and biking. He takes part in top competitions around the world, where all eyes are on him. This talented athlete has won many medals and honors. There is one other thing special about Rudy: He has no legs. Rudy was born in Bloomington, California, with a serious illness. He went through 15 operations as a baby. At five years old, Rudy and his family had to make a big decision. Rudy’s legs could no longer function. He could keep his legs and stay in a wheelchair or he could walk with artificial legs. Rudy knew what he wanted; he chose to walk. The brave five-year-old had his legs amputated. From that point on, Rudy’s life was never the same. 192P4_CA_U2W3_TFK_RD10.indd 192 9/5/07 10:33:16 AM pp. 188A–199QQ pp. 200A–225KK pp. 226A–257II WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6 Theme Theme Theme Writing Facing Challenges Saving Animals Being Brave Response to Literature Build Background Build Background Build Background Unit 2 Assessment, Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary 263M–263N similar, challenges, designed, descendants, sanctuary, sores, loosened, achieved, varied threatened, fragile, mysterious, amazement, habitat, emerge midst, responsibility Comprehension Idioms Author’s Purpose; Main Context Clues/Paragraph Homophones Idea and Details; Cause Clues and Effect; Sequence Vocabulary Phonics Phonics Phonics Strategies Three-Letter Blends r-Controlled Vowels /är/, /ôr/ Suffixes Word Parts/Prefixes; Spelling Spelling Spelling Context Clues/ Three-Letter Blends r-Controlled Vowels /är/, /ôr/ Suffixes Descriptions, Paragraph Clues; Idioms; Homophones Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Text Features/ Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Analyze Text Strategy: Summarize Literary Elements/ Skill: Main Idea and Details Structure Skill: Sequence Study Skills Skill: Cause and Effect Salutation and Body; Primary Sources; Fluency Fluency Fluency Using Parts of a Book; Repeated Reading Repeated Reading Repeated Reading Hyperbole; Figure of Accuracy Pacing Intonation/Pacing Speech; Tables Approaching Approaching Approaching Wilma Rudolph: A True Winner Cattle-Driving Horses of the California Indian Legends Grammar Old West Nouns On Level On Level Wilma Rudolph: A True Winner On Level Quileute Legends Writing Cattle-Driving Horses of the Response to Literature Beyond Old West Beyond Wilma Rudolph: A True Winner Navajo Legends Beyond English Learners English Learners Cattle-Driving Horses of the Wilma Rudolph Old West Three Legends Fluency Assessment English Learners Horses in the Old West Diagnose and Prescribe Interpret Assessment Writing Writing Writing Response to Literature Strong Verbs Strong Verbs Grammar Grammar Grammar Irregular Plural Nouns Possessive Nouns Plurals and Possessives Making a Difference ix
    • Unit 3 Planner Theme: The Power of Words I Went to the Libr Unit 3 hen ar The Power of Words W by Ken Roberts Big The y Illustrated by Nicole E. Wong Question How can words be powerful? Theme Launcher Video Find out more about the power of words at www.macmillanmh.com. 264 265 P4v1_CA_U3_TO_RD10.indd 264-265 9/27/07 12:23:54 PM Theme Opener, xvi–266/267 pp. 268A–291KK pp. 292A–325II P4v1_CA_U3W1_CM_RD10;8.indd 273 9/17/07 3:34:54 PM WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening Comprehension Theme Theme Letters The Art of Persuasion • Speaking/Viewing Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary weekdays, slithered, genuine, neglected, appreciated, apologize, harmless, misunderstood, desperate, ambulance endured, obedience Word Parts: Base Words Word Parts: Prefixes • Phonics/Word Study Phonics Phonics r-Controlled Vowels Silent Letters • Spelling Spelling Spelling r-Controlled Vowels Silent Letters READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Generate Strategy: Generate Questions Questions Skill: Make Inferences Skill: Draw Conclusions • Fluency Fluency Fluency Repeated Reading Repeated Reading Tempo/Intonation Expression • Skill-Based Practice Readers Approaching Approaching Snakes in North America Hollywood Hounds On Level On Level Snakes in North America Presidential Pooches Beyond Beyond Snakes in North America Canine Companions English Learners English Learners North American Snakes White House Dogs LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Capitalization and Capitalization and Punctuation Punctuation • Grammar Grammar Grammar Action Verbs Verb Tenses viii Unit 3
    • Unit 3 Planner Real World Reading Comprehension Genre A Nonfiction article in a newspaper or magazine tells facts about a person, place, or event. Evaluate Fact and Opinion A fact is something that can be proven true. An opinion is a belief that does not have to be supported by facts. J aime Escalante was a math teacher at Garfield High School They were involved in gangs and violence. Math wasn’t an important in East Los Angeles. However, he subject for most of them. Escalante quickly became a national figure. needed to make math real and On his first day, he knew his interesting to them. He had to find a students were in trouble. ‘‘They way to interact with his students. were using their fingers adding stuff So one day in 1974, Escalante at the board,’’ he says. ‘‘They came came to school wearing a chef’s hat. in without supplies, with nothing.’’ He carried a meat cleaver and apple Escalante wanted to help them. into his classroom. With one swift His first challenge was to get their chop, he cut the apple in two. “Let’s attention. Many of the students at talk about percentages,” he said. Garfield didn’t care about education. With one quick action, he had the students’ attention. 360 P4v1_CA_U3W4_TFK_RD10.indd 360 9/24/07 7:24:23 PMpp. 326A–355QQ pp. 356A–367QQ pp. 368A–395II WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme WritingKeeping Promises From Words to Action Expression Through Art Persuasive EssayBuild Background Build Background Build Background Unit 3 Assessment,Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary 401M–401N selfish, cranky, commotion, dismiss, interact, motivate, skyscrapers, collage,exasperated, specialty, conceived, definition barbecue, glorious, strutting,famished swarms Comprehension Word Parts: Latin Prefixes Make Inferences; DrawThesaurus: Antonyms Context Clues: Description Conclusions; Make Judgments; Fact and Opinion; Character,Phonics Phonics Phonics Setting, PlotSoft c and Soft g Plurals Compound WordsSpelling Spelling Spelling Vocabulary StrategiesSoft c and Soft g Plurals Compound Words Word Parts: Base Words, Prefixes, Latin Prefixes; Thesaurus: Antonyms; Context Clues: DescriptionComprehension Comprehension ComprehensionStrategy: Evaluate Strategy: Evaluate Strategy: Monitor Text Features/LiterarySkill: Make Judgments Skill: Fact and Opinion Comprehension Elements/Study Skills Skill: Character, Setting, Plot Toolbars, Line Graphs,Fluency Fluency Fluency Theme, Using Computers, DirectionsRepeated Reading Repeated Reading Repeated ReadingExpression Accuracy Pacing GrammarApproaching Approaching Approaching Action Verbs; Verb Tenses;Hans and Greta Ronald Reagan: President of Girl Arranging Her Hair Main and Helping Verbs; the United States Linking Verbs, IrregularOn Level On Level Verbs On LevelThe Dragon’s Dinner Beautiful or Not Ronald Reagan: President ofBeyond the United States Beyond WritingSleeping Beauty and the The Goldsmith’s Apprentice Persuasive Essay BeyondPrince of Andequesta Ronald Reagan: President of English LearnersEnglish Learners the United States Everyday BeautyDragon Stew English Learners Ronald Reagan: President of Fluency Assessment the United States Diagnose and Prescribe Interpret Assessment ResultsWriting Writing WritingPersuasive Essay Sensory Details Sensory DetailsGrammar Grammar GrammarMain and Helping Verbs Linking Verbs Irregular Verbs The Power of Words ix
    • Unit 4 Planner Theme: Working Together Unit 4 Working Together Big The Question Why do people work in teams? Theme Launcher Video Find out more about working together at www.macmillanmh.com. 402 403 P4v1_CA_U4_TO_RD10.indd 402-403 10/23/07 10:19:27 AM Theme Opener, pages xvi–404/405 pages 406A–435KK pages 436A–461II WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening Comprehension Theme Theme Value of Friendship Animal Teams • Speaking/Viewing Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary eavesdropping, investigates, solitary, acquaintance, jumble, territory, communication, scornfully, logical, route nutrients, prehistoric Context Clues/Paragraph Greek Roots Clues • Phonics/Word Study Morphology Morphology Inflectional Endings Inflectional Endings: Changing y to i • Spelling Spelling Spelling Inflectional Endings Inflectional Endings: Changing y to i READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Make Inferences Strategy: Analyze Text and Analyze Structure Skill: Theme Skill: Description • Fluency Fluency Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Pacing Intonation/Expression • Skill-Based Practice Readers Approaching Approaching In the Land of the Giants Grasshoppers and Crickets On Level On Level The Tiger-Stripe Potion Grasshoppers and Crickets Beyond Beyond The Wood Sprite Grasshoppers and Crickets English Learners English Learners Jani and the Leopard Grasshoppers and Crickets LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Dialogue Dialogue • Grammar Grammar Grammar Pronouns and Antecedents Types of Pronouns viii Unit 4
    • Unit 4 Planner Real World Reading The Earth Award Winning Selection Comprehension Writing Dragon Genre A Nonfiction article in a on the Wall newspaper or magazine tells facts about a person, How can a mural bring people together? A place, or event. wakes Evaluate Fact and Opinion A fact is something that can be proven true. An Imagine painting on a canvas that’s 13 feet opinion is a belief that does tall! That’s what some kids in Los Angeles not have to be supported are doing. Their canvas is a wall of concrete by facts. that stretches for a half mile. These teens are helping to restore The Great Wall of By Laurence Yep Los Angeles. The Great Wall is a mural—a huge painting created on a building, wall, or ceiling. The Great Wall is the longest mural in the world. It is located at the Tujunga Flood Control Channel of the San Fernando Valley. Artist Judy Baca began painting this public mural in 1974. Judy Baca stands in front of her Great Wall mural pages 462A–473QQP4v1_CA_U4W3_TFK_RD10.indd 466 10/5/07 10:27:10 AM pages 474A–503KK pages 504A–531II WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6 Theme Theme Theme Writing Californians Team Up Teams in Time of Need Family Teams Summaries Build Background Build Background Build Background Unit 4 Assessment, Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary 537M–537N community, linked, restore, trembles, debris, rescuers, unstable, applauded, calculates, donors shifts, collapsed, area headlines, hoisting, assured, assembled Comprehension Word Origins Multiple-Meaning Words Theme; Description; Suffixes Fact and Opinion; Draw Conclusions; Author’s Phonics Phonics Phonics Perspective . Words with /ü/, /ū/, and /u / Diphthongs /oi/ and /ou/ Variant Vowel /ô/ Vocabulary Strategies Spelling . Spelling Spelling Context Clues/Paragraph Words with /ü/, /ū/, and /u / Diphthongs /oi/ and /ou/ Variant Vowel /ô/ Clues; Greek Roots; Word Origins; Multiple-Meaning Words; Suffixes Text Features/ Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Literary Elements/ Strategy: Evaluate Strategy: Visualize Strategy: Monitor Study Skills Comprehension Advertisements; Character, Skill: Fact and Opinion Skill: Draw Conclusions Moral; Skim and Scan; Skill: Author’s Perspective Technical Manual; Fluency Fluency Fluency Repetition, Personification Repeated Reading: Accuracy Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Pacing Expression Grammar Pronouns and Approaching Approaching Approaching Antecedents; Types of John Sutter, California Settler The Story of San Francisco From Gliders to Rockets Pronouns; Pronoun-Verb On Level On Level On Level Agreement; Possessive John Sutter, California Settler The Story of San Francisco From Gliders to Rockets Pronouns; Pronouns and Homophones Beyond Beyond Beyond John Sutter, California Settler The Story of San Francisco From Gliders to Rockets Writing Summaries English Learners English Learners English Learners John Sutter, California Settler San Francisco From Gliders to Rockets Fluency Assessment Writing Writing Writing Summaries Formatting Dialogue Formatting Dialogue Diagnose and Prescribe Interpret Assessment Results Grammar Grammar Grammar Pronoun-Verb Agreement Possessive Pronouns Pronouns and Homophones Working Together ix
    • Unit 5 Planner Theme: Habitats Unit 5 Habitats Big The Question What makes a habitat unique? Theme Launcher Video Find out more about habitats at www.macmillanmh.com. 538 539 P4v1_CA_U5_TO_RD10.indd 538-539 10/23/07 10:20:16 AM Theme Opener, pp. xvi–540/541 pages 542A–569KK pages 570A–597II WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening Comprehension Theme Theme Deserts Desert Animals • Speaking/Viewing Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary shimmer, eerie, lurk, climate, interfere, awkward, silken, lumbering proclaimed, agile, guardian, convinced Context Clues: Surrounding Thesaurus: Synonyms Words • Phonics/Word Study Phonics Phonics Closed Syllables Open Syllables • Spelling Spelling Spelling Closed Syllables Open Syllables READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Evaluate Skill: Main Idea and Details Skill: Author’s Purpose • Fluency Fluency Fluency Repeated Reading Repeated Reading Pacing Intonation/Pacing • Skill-Based Practice Readers Approaching Approaching Survival in the Sahara Desert The Mud Monster On Level On Level Survival in the Sahara Desert Three Tricky Tales Beyond Beyond Survival in the Sahara Desert Miki and the North Wind English Learners English Learners Life in the Sahara Desert Animal Tales LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Logical Structure: Logical Structure: Chronological Order Chronological Order • Grammar Grammar Grammar Adjectives Articles viii Unit 5
    • Unit 5 Planner Real World Reading Comprehension Genre A Nonfiction Article tells facts about a person, place, or event. Summarize Main Idea and Details The main idea of an article is what it is mostly about. Details support and give information about the A male and female elk graze in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Female elk are called cows. main idea. How did the return of elk to one national park and gray wolves to another affect the ecosystems of those parks? National parks protect wildlife, history, and culture. Still, hundreds of plants and animals have disappeared from our national parks. That’s because their environment has changed, mostly because of human activities. Today park rangers work to restore the balance of each park ecosystem. They are bringing plants and animals back into their natural environments. So far the programs are working—especially for elk and wolves. 602P4v1_CA_U5W3_TFK_RD10.indd 602 10/18/07 7:36:23 PMpages 598A–609QQ pages 610A–637KK pages 638A–663II WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6 Theme Theme Theme Writing National Parks Oceans Ocean Animals Expository: Compare and Contrast Build Background Build Background Build Background Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary Unit 5 Assessment, roamed, completed, reef, partnership, current, rumbling, unique, dove, 669M–669N journey, natural, relocated eventually, brittle, suburbs massive, tangles, encounter Word Parts: Latin Roots Context Clues: Descriptions Dictionary: Homographs Comprehension Main Idea and Details, Author’s Purpose, Compare and Contrast, Sequence Phonics Phonics Phonics Vowel Teams r-Controlled Vowel Syllables Consonant + le Syllables Vocabulary Spelling Spelling Spelling Strategies Vowel Teams r-Controlled Vowel Syllables Consonant + le Syllables Context Clues: Surrounding Words, Descriptions; Thesaurus: Synonyms; Word Parts: Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Latin Roots; Dictionary: Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Analyze Text Strategy: Analyze Text Homographs Skill: Main Idea and Structure Structure Details Skill: Compare and Contrast Skill: Sequence Text Features/ Literary Elements/ Fluency Fluency Fluency Study Skills Repeated Reading Repeated Reading Repeated Reading Flow Chart, Symbolism, Accuracy Intonation/Expression Tempo/Expression Foreshadowing, Using a Approaching Approaching Approaching Dictionary, Protagonist, Our National Parks Changing Earth Looking at Whales Hyperbole, Meter, Rhyme Scheme On Level On Level On Level Our National Parks Changing Earth Looking at Whales Grammar Beyond Beyond Beyond Adjectives Our National Parks Changing Earth Looking at Whales Writing English Learners English Learners English Learners Expository: Compare and Saving Our Parks Earth Changes The World of Whales Contrast Writing Writing Writing Fluency Assessment Expository: Compare and Logical Structure: Logical Structure: Contrast Distinguishing Moments Distinguishing Moments Diagnose and Prescribe Grammar Grammar Grammar Interpret Assessment Results Adjectives that Compare Comparing with More and Comparing with Good and Most Bad Habitats ix
    • Unit 6 Planner Theme: Problem Solving Unit 6 Problem Solving Leah’s Pony Big The Written by Elizabeth Friedrich Illustrated by Michael Garland Question How do we solve problems? Theme Launcher Video Find out more about problem solving at www.macmillanmh.com. 670 671 P4v1_CA_U6_TO_RD10.indd 670-671 10/23/07 10:59:54 AM Theme Opener, xvi–672/673 pp. 674A–703KK pp. 704A–729II WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening Comprehension Theme Theme Working Together to Find Finding Out About the Past • Speaking/Viewing Solutions Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary items, clustered, overflowing, reference, disappointment, sturdy, glistened, bidding annoyed, circular, outstretched, conducted Dictionary: Unfamiliar Words Suffixes • Phonics/Word Study Phonics Phonics Words with /әn/ Homophones • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with /әn/ Homophones READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Make Inferences Strategy: Analyze Story and Analyze Structure Skill: Problem and Solution Skill: Cause and Effect • Fluency Fluency Fluency Repeated Reading Repeated Reading Accuracy Intonation • Skill-Based Practice Readers Approaching Approaching Dorothea Lange: The Eye of a Towns of the West, from Photographer Boom to Bust On Level On Level Dorothea Lange: The Eye of a Towns of the West, from Photographer Boom to Bust Beyond Beyond Dorothea Lange: The Eye of a Towns of the West, from Photographer Boom to Bust English Learners English Learners Dorothea Lange: The Eye of a Towns of the Old West Photographer LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Character Development: Character Development: Believable Believable • Grammar Grammar Grammar Adverbs Comparing with Adverbs viii Unit 6
    • Unit 6 Planner Real World Reading Comprehension Taking Genre A Nonfiction article in a the Lead newspaper or magazine How did Dolores Huerta help presents facts and solve the problems faced by information. California farmworkers? Evaluate olores Huerta is an important leader in Make Generalizations A generalization is a broad D the Latin community. She has spent the last few decades helping farmworkers. After statement. It combines facts in a selection with college, Huerta became a teacher. Many of what a reader already her students’ parents worked on farms. Their knows to tell what is true in children often came to school hungry. Huerta many cases. realized that these families needed help. “I couldn’t stand seeing farmworker children come to class hungry and in need of shoes,” Huerta has said. “I thought I could B Dolores Huerta and supporters celebrate the birthday of César do more by organizing their parents than by Chávez in Los Angeles in 2006. trying to teach their hungry children.” 734P4v1_CA_U6W3_TFK_RD10.indd 734 10/27/07 2:49:09 PM pp. 730A–741QQ pp. 742A–773KK pp. 774A–801II WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6 Theme Theme Theme Writing Improving Lives Step by Step Invent It Expository: Research Report Build Background Build Background Build Background Unit 6 Assessment, Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary 807M–807N decades, active, volunteer, technique, foolishness, hilarious, mischief, transform, violated inspire, evaporate, magnify, independence, dizzy, Comprehension annual nowadays, came in handy Problem and Solution, Word Parts: Latin and Greek Roots Dictionary: Multiple- Dictionary: Idioms Cause and Effect, Make Meaning Words Generalizations, Draw Conclusions Phonics Phonics Phonics Prefixes Suffixes Prefixes and Suffixes Vocabulary Strategies Spelling Spelling Spelling Dictionary: Unfamiliar Prefixes Suffixes Prefixes and Suffixes Words, Idioms, Multiple- Meaning Words; Word Parts: Suffixes, Latin and Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Greek Roots Strategy: Evaluate Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Generate Skill: Make Generalizations Comprehension Questions Text Features/ Skill: Draw Conclusions Skill: Problem and Solution Literary Elements/ Study Skills Fluency Fluency Fluency Primary Sources, Timeline, Repeated Reading Repeated Reading Repeated Reading Imagery, Figurative Expression Accuracy Pacing/Accuracy Language, Alliteration Approaching Approaching Approaching Andrew Smith Hallidie: Cable Hurricanes Clara Barton Grammar Car Inventor Adverbs On Level On Level On Level Writing Andrew Smith Hallidie: Cable Tornadoes Thomas Alva Edison Expository: Research Car Inventor Report Beyond Beyond Beyond Andrew Smith Hallidie: Cable Extreme Weather Alexander Graham Bell Car Inventor English Learners English Learners English Learners Fluency Assessment Andrew Smith Hallidie: Cable Twisters A Great Inventor Car Inventor Diagnose and Prescribe Interpret Assessment Writing Writing Writing Expository: Research Report Character Development: Character Development: Change and Growth Change and Growth Grammar Negatives Grammar Grammar Prepositions Sentences Using Prepositions Problem Solving ix