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  1. 1. Theme: Let’s ExploreUnit 1 Planner pages 16J–43V pages 44A–69V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme Mysteries Adapting to Survive Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary allergies, assignments, shimmer, eerie, swallows, suspicious, accuse, lurk, climate, silken, consideration, consume, lumbering evidence Dictionary: Unfamiliar Context Clues: Words Surrounding Words • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Short vowels Long a READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Make Inferences Strategy: Summarize and Analyze Skill: Problem and Skill: Main Idea and Solution Details • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Tempo Intonation/Pausing • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING Survival in the Great Sandy Mystery of the Lost Glasses Desert ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Case of the Missing Scarf Survival in the Sahara Desert BEYOND The Trash Detectives BEYOND Survival in the Great Basin ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Desert The Missing Scarf ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Life in the Sahara Desert LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Personal Narrative Poem • Grammar Grammar Grammar Sentences Subjects and Predicates • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Short Vowels Words with Long a 16B
  2. 2. Real World Reading Comprehension Unit 1 Planner 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 give more information about the main idea. A male and female elk in their new home, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park 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. 74 pages 70A–81V pages 82A–107V pages 108A–143V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Our National Parks Astronauts Wildlife Watchers Test Strategy Think and SearchBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Personal NarrativeVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary roamed, completed, endless, universe, protested, raft, scattered, disgusted, journey, natural, wildlife realistic, sensible, astronaut, nuzzle, downstream, paralyzed cluttered Unit 1 Assessment, Word Parts: Compound Dictionary: Using a Context Clues: Paragraph words Dictionary Clues 7–24Phonics Phonics Phonics Comprehension Long e Long i Long o Problem and Solution; Main Idea and Details; Analyze Character;Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Character, Setting, Plot Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Make Inferences Strategy: Make Inferences and Analyze and Analyze Vocabulary Strategies Skill: Main Idea and Skill: Analyze Character Skill: Character, Setting, Dictionary: Unfamiliar Details Plot Words, Using a Dictionary; Context Clues: Surrounding Words, Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Paragraph Clues; Pronunciation Intonation/Pausing Tempo/Pacing Word Parts: Compound WordsAPPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING The Animals of Isle Royal Elevator to Trouble The Secret Code Text Features/LiteraryON LEVEL ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Elements/Study Skills The History of Acadia Summer in Space X Marks the Spot Charts, Diagrams, Maps, National Park Assonance and Metaphor, BEYOND BEYOND Using the DictionaryBEYOND Back to School Saving Larry Preserving Unique Places ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS GrammarENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Space Adventure Jamal’s Surprises Sentences Acadia National Park Writing Personal NarrativeWriting Writing Writing Response to Literature Personal Letter JournalGrammar Grammar Grammar Fluency Assessment Simple and Compound Complex Sentences Run-on Sentences Diagnose and Prescribe Sentences Interpret AssessmentSpelling Spelling Spelling Results Words with Long e Words with Long i Words with Long o Let’s Explore 16C
  3. 3. Theme: Take a StandUnit 2 Planner pages 148H–175V pages 176A–207V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme Baseball New Places, New Faces Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary muttered, gaped, insult, overheard, opportunities, snickering, legendary, boycotts, citizen, unions, fluke, flinched strikes, border Context Clues: Descriptions Dictionary: Word Origins • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics ch and tch th, sh, wh, ph READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Make Inferences Strategy: Generate and Analyze Questions Skill: Author’s Purpose Skill: Make Inferences • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation/Pausing Punctuation/Quotation • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers Marks APPROACHING Wilma Rudolph APPROACHING Lili Kiat ON LEVEL Determined to Win ON LEVEL Paolo BEYOND Jackie Robinson BEYOND Jin ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Champion Athlete ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS A New Home LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Persuasive Letter Radio or TV Ad • Grammar Grammar Common and Grammar Singular and Plural Proper Nouns Nouns • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with ch and tch Words with th, sh, wh, and ph 148B
  4. 4. Real World Reading Unit 2 Planner Comprehension Genre A Nonfiction Article in a newspaper or magazine tells a true story. Make Inferences and Analyze Fact and Opinion A fact is something that can be proved to be true. To whom do a country’s An opinion is a belief that does not have to be valuable objects from past supported by facts. civilizations belong? D uring the day, the people of Xiaoli (ZHOW•LEE), China, sit outside their mud- brick shacks. Xiaoli is a poor village. Most people in town are farmers. It has become difficult to make a good living from farming, however. So the farmers wait for darkness to fall. That’s when Xiaoli comes alive. At night, tomb raiders get to work. Nearly 5,000 years of Chinese history lie underground in Xiaoli. Fields contain tombs of royalty of many dynasties. Valuable works of art are buried in the tombs. Stealing these treasures, called looting, can bring the poor farmers of Xiaoli lots of money. Little Su, a doctor in Xiaoli, paid for medical This Buddha was nearly smuggled out of Cambodia school by selling stolen art. He was also able by a tourist. to buy a big-screen TV. Over the past few pages 208A–219V pages 220A–247V pages 248A–271V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy Focus on China Bright Ideas Snakes Think and SearchBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing PersuasiveVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary temples, dynasties, hilarious, dizzy, nowadays, apologize, genuine, harmless, heritage, preserve, independence, convinced, cardboard, slithered, overjoyed handy, whirlwind, mischief ambulance, weekdays Unit 2 Assessment, Word Parts: Plural Endings Dictionary: Idioms Word Parts: Base Words 25–42Phonics Phonics Phonics Comprehension Complex Consonant /är/ and /ôr/ /âr/ and /îr/ Make Inferences, Clusters Author’s Purpose, Fact and Opinion, Problem and SolutionComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Make Inferences Strategy: Generate Strategy: Generate Vocabulary Strategies and Analyze Questions Questions Context Clues: Skill: Fact and Opinion Skill: Problem and Solution Skill: Make Inferences Description; Dictionary: Word Origins, Idioms; Word Parts: Base Words, Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Tempo Repeated Reading: Plural Endings Pronunciation Intonation/Pausing APPROACHING Text Features/LiteraryAPPROACHING Clara Barton APPROACHING Elements/Study Skills The Bamboo Eaters Snakes in the Rain Forest Table, Primary Sources, ON LEVEL Toolbars, Parts of a Book,ON LEVEL Thomas Alva Edison ON LEVEL Figurative Language, and The Story of Silk Snakes in North America BEYOND AlliterationBEYOND Alexander Graham Bell BEYOND Three Gorges Dam Snakes in Asia and Africa Grammar ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS NounsENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS A Great Inventor ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Silk North American Snakes Writing Persuasive WritingWriting Writing Writing Personal Narrative Book Review Letter of Complaint Fluency AssessmentGrammar Irregular Plural Grammar Possessive Nouns Grammar Plurals and Diagnose and PrescribeNouns Possessives Interpret AssessmentSpelling Spelling Spelling Results Complex Consonant Words with ar, or, and uar Words with air, are, ear, and Clusters ere Take a Stand 148C
  5. 5. Theme: Making a DifferenceUnit 3 Planner pages 276J–303V pages 304A–329V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme Friend or Foe? People Who Made a Difference Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary interfere, guardian, injustice, ancestors, unfair, awkward, agile, avoided, numerous, proclaimed, tottered unsuspecting, segregation Thesaurus: Synonyms Word Parts: Prefixes • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics /ûr/ Silent Letters READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Evaluate Strategy: Evaluate Skill: Author’s Purpose Skill: Author’s Purpose • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation/Pausing Punctuation • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING The Mud Monster Harriet Tubman ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Three Tricky Tales Coretta Scott King BEYOND BEYOND Miki and the North Wind Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton: ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Fighting for Rights Animal Tales ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Coretta Scott King LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Dialogue Poem • Grammar Grammar Grammar Action Verbs Verb Tenses • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with /ûr/ Words with silent letters 276B
  6. 6. Real World Reading KID Unit 3 Planner Comprehension Genre REPORTERS AT WORK A Nonfiction Article in a newspaper or magazine 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. 334 pages 330A–341V pages 342A–373V pages 374A–405V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy Kids Get It Done Great Plains Indians Precipitation Right There WritingBuild Background Build Background Build Background Fictional NarrativeVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary enterprising, persistence, patchwork, sores, midst, evaporate, inspire, venture, identified mysterious, responsibility, foolishness, magnify, loosened, amazement negatives, technique, Unit 3 Assessment, Word Parts: Inflected Verb microscope, blizzard 43–60 Endings Dictionary: Homophones Dictionary: Multiple- Comprehension Meaning Words Compare and Contrast, Sequence, Summarize,Phonics Phonics Phonics Author’s Purpose Soft c and g Plural Words Compound Words Vocabulary Strategies Thesaurus: Synonyms;Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Word Parts: Prefixes, Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Evaluate Inflected Verb Endings; Dictionary: Homophones, Skill: Compare and Contrast Skill: Sequence Skill: Summarize Multiple-Meaning Words Text Features/Literary Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Elements/Study Skills Intonation/Pausing Intonation/Pausing Pronunciation Salutation and Body, Links, ForeshadowingAPPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING and Symbolism, Imagery Young Inventors Ojibwe Legends Hurricanes and Figurative Language,ON LEVEL ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Using the Library Dream Jobs for Kids Quileute Legends Tornadoes GrammarBEYOND BEYOND BEYOND Verbs Kids Work Navajo Legends Extreme WeatherENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Writing Fun Jobs for Kids Three Legends Twisters Story Fluency AssessmentWriting Writing Writing Diagnose and Prescribe Persuasive Writing Play Character Sketch Interpret AssessmentGrammar Grammar Grammar Results Main and Helping Verbs Linking Verbs Irregular Verbs Evaluate Small GroupsSpelling Spelling Spelling Words with soft c and g Words with plural endings Compound Words Making a Difference 276C
  7. 7. Theme: ViewpointsUnit 4 Planner pages 410J–443V pages 444A–469V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme Man’s Best Friend Creative Solutions Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary risks, desperate, obedience, fade, cautiously, appreciated, bluffing, crisscrossed, jealousy, neglected, endured, disguised, faint, wisdom misunderstood Word Parts: Word Families Word Parts: Prefix • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Inflected Endings Inflectional Endings READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Generate Strategy: Generate Questions Questions Skill: Draw Conclusions Skill: Draw Conclusions • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Punctuation Intonation/Pausing • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING Hollywood Hounds Charles Drew ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Presidential Pooches Marie Curie BEYOND BEYOND Canine Companions Dr. Jonas Salk ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS White House Dogs Marie Curie LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Explanatory Explanatory • Grammar Grammar Grammar Pronouns and Pronouns Antecedents • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with inflected Words that change y to i endings 410B
  8. 8. Real World Reading Unit 4 Planner Comprehension Genre A Nonfiction Article in a newspaper or magazine tells facts about a person, place, or event. Evaluate Persuasion Persuasion is a method What makes oil of getting other people so valuable and also to agree with your ideas or opinions. so challenging? W hat can you find deep beneath Earth’s surface? Here’s a hint: it’s shiny, sticky, slick, and very powerful. It’s oil. Oil field Oil began forming hundreds of millions worker of years ago as plant and animal remains were covered with layers of rock. Over the ages, those remains decayed. They turned into a mighty black brew that we use to make fuels. Fuels, such as gasoline, are energy sources that are usually burned to produce power. Some nations sit atop huge underground lakes of oil. Other places, such as Japan and some European countries, have little or no oil of their own. The United States produces oil, but it also buys about 59% of what it needs. 474 pages 470A–481V pages 482A–507V pages 508A–535V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy Energy: Power Sources Whales The Sea Author and MeBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Workshop ExplanatoryVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary electrical, globe, fuels, dove, politicians, snoring, coral, reef, brittle, decayed massive, tangles, rumbling, eventually, current, unique partnership, suburbs Context Clues: Definition Unit 4 Assessment, Dictionary: Homographs Context Clues: Descriptions 61–78 ComprehensionPhonics Phonics Phonics Draw Conclusions, · /ü/, /ū/, and /u / /oi/ and /ou/ /ô/ Compare and Contrast, Sequence, PersuasionComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Vocabulary Strategies Strategy: Evaluate Strategy: Analyze Text Strategy: Analyze Text Word Parts: Prefixes, Word Skill: Persuasion Structure Structure Families; Context Clues: Skill: Sequence Skill: Compare and Contrast Definition, Descriptions; Dictionary: Homographs Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Text Features/Literary Pronunciation Tempo Punctuation Elements/Study Skills Line Graphs; Glossary;APPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING Meter and Rhyme An Eye on Energy Saving the Whales The Arctic Ocean Scheme; Protagonist and Hyperbole; UsingON LEVEL ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Computers in the Media Giant Dams: Waterpower Looking at Whales Tide Pools Center Wonders BEYOND BEYONDBEYOND Gray Whales Hydrothermal Vents Grammar The Power of Wind Pronouns ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERSENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS The World of Whales Tiny Oceans Writing Waterpower! Explanatory WritingWriting Writing Writing Fictional Narrative Explanatory Explanatory Fluency AssessmentGrammar Grammar Grammar Diagnose and Prescribe Pronoun-Verb Agreement Possessive Pronouns Pronouns and Interpret Assessment Homophones ResultsSpelling Spelling Spelling · Words with /ü/, /ū/, and /u/ Words with /oi/ and /ou/ Words with /ô/ Viewpoints 410C
  9. 9. Theme: RelationshipsUnit 5 Planner pages 540J–561V pages 562A–591V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme Going to the LIbrary Putting on a Play Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary snuffled, selecting, cranky, bumbling, selfish, positive, consisted, exasperated, specialty, peculiar, advanced famished, commotion • Phonics/Decoding Dictionary: Connotation/ Thesaurus: Antonym Denotation Phonics Phonics VCCV patterns V/CV and VC/V patterns READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Evaluate Strategy: Evaluate Skill: Summarize Skill: Make Judgments • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation/Pausing Stress/Inflection • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING The ABC Volunteer Hans and Greta ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Drawing Highland The Dragon’s Dinner BEYOND BEYOND A Change of Weather Sleeping Beauty and the Prince of Andequesta ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Pictures of Highland ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Dragon Stew LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Compare and Contrast Poster • Grammar Grammar Grammar Adjectives Articles • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with the VCCV Words with VCV patterns pattern 540B
  10. 10. Real World Reading Unit 5 Planner Comprehension Genre A Nonfiction Article gives information about real people, places, or things. Evaluate Fact and Opinion A fact is something that Why are scientists devoting can be proved to be true. their lives to learning about An opinion is a belief that does not have to be the least explored territory on supported by facts. Earth—the ocean? Off the coast of Hawaii in 2000, Sylvia Earle pilots a one-person submarine designed by a company she helped found. pages 592A–603V pages 604A–631V pages 632A–657V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy Explorations Artists at Work Wild Horses Think and SearchBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Workshop DescriptiveVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary period, vessels, valuable, strutting, swarms, flicked, descendants, habitat, documenting, estimated barbecue, skyscrapers, threatened, sanctuary, glorious, collage coaxing, fragile, glistening Unit 5 Assessment, Analogies: Relationships Context Clues: Context Clues: Paragraph Descriptions clues 79-96Phonics Phonics Phonics ComprehensionAccented Syllables Final /ә r/ Final /ә l/ Summarize, Make Judgments, Fact and Opinion, Character,Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Cause and Effect Strategy: Evaluate Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Comprehension Comprehension Vocabulary Strategies Skill: Fact and Opinion Skill: Character Skill: Cause and Effect Dictionary: Connotation/ Denotation; Thesaurus: Antonyms; Analogies: Relationship; Context Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Tempo Repeated Reading: Tempo Clues: Paragraph Clues, Pronunciation Descriptions APPROACHING APPROACHINGAPPROACHING Girl Arranging Her Hair Horses of the Plains Text Features/Literary So Many Fish! Elements/Study Skills ON LEVEL ON LEVELON LEVEL Beautiful or Not Cattle-Driving Horses of Interviews, Directions, The (Really!) Great Barrier the Old West Onomatopoeia and Reef BEYOND Simile, Hyperbole and The Goldsmith’s Apprentice BEYOND Figure of Speech, SkimBEYOND Full Gallop and Scan Marco Polo ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Everyday Beauty ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERSENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Horses in the Old West Grammar The Great Barrier Reef Adjectives WritingWriting Writing Writing Descriptive Extended Response to Introduction Speech Scientific Observation LiteratureGrammar Grammar Grammar Fluency Assessment Adjectives that Compare Comparing with More Comparing with Good and Most and Bad Diagnose and Prescribe Interpret AssessmentSpelling Spelling Spelling Results Accented Syllables Words with Final /ә r/ Words with Final /ә l/ Relationships 540C
  11. 11. Theme: DiscoveryUnit 6 Planner pages 662J–687V pages 688A–717V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme The Gold Rush Wild Visitors Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary annoyed, prospectors, eavesdropping, scuffling, circular, outstretched, wistfully, logical, jumble, glinted, reference, scornfully, acquaintance disappointment Context Clues: Paragraph Word Parts: Suffixes Clues • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Final /ә n/ Homophones READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Analyze Story Strategy: Analyze Story Structure Structure Skill: Cause and Effect Skill: Theme • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation/Pausing Punctuation • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING There’s Gold in Those Hills! In the Land of the Giants ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Towns of the West, from The Tiger-Stripe Potion Boom to Bust BEYOND BEYOND The Story of San Francisco The Wood Sprite ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Towns of the Old West Jani and the Leopard LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Magazine Article News Article • Grammar Grammar Grammar Adverbs Comparing with Adverbs • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Final /ә n/ Homophones 662B
  12. 12. Real World Reading Comprehension Unit 6 Planner Genre A Nonfiction Article gives information about real people, places or things. Monitor Comprehension Make Generalizations A generalization is a broad statement. It combines What does a paleontologist do next facts in a selection with after she’s discovered the largest and what a reader already knows to tell what is true most complete Tyrannosaurus Rex in many cases. fossils ever found? A T. rex named Sue, on display at the Field Museum in Chicago pages 718A–729V pages 730A–757V pages 758A–783V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy Discovering Nature’s Secrets Airplanes Ants Author and MeBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Workshop Expository WritingVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary fossil, inspected, glider, assured, wingspan, overcome, territory, stumbled upon, unstable, headlines, investigates, solitary, paleontologist applauded, hoisting prehistoric, nutrients, communication, Unit 6 Assessment, Words Parts: Latin Roots Words Parts: Inflectional astronomer Endings 97–114 Words Parts: Greek Roots ComprehensionPhonics Phonics Phonics Cause and Effect, Theme, Prefixes dis-, mis-, non-, un- Suffixes -less, -ly, -ness, /ûr/ and/ә r/ Make Generalizations, -ful, -y Author’s Perspective, DescriptionComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Vocabulary Strategies Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Analyze Text Word Parts: Suffixes, Comprehension Comprehension Structure Latin Roots, Inflectional Skill: Make Generalizations Skill: Author’s Perspective Skill: Description Endings, Greek Roots; Context Clues: Paragraph Clues Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Tempo Repeated Reading: Punctuation Pausing Text Features/Literary APPROACHING Elements/Study SkillsAPPROACHING Riding the Wind: APPROACHING Time Lines, Advertisements, Discovering Pompeii Amelia Earhart Butterflies and Moths Repetition and Personification, CharacterON LEVEL ON LEVEL ON LEVEL and Moral, Functional Discovering Tutankhamen Against the Wind: Grasshoppers and Crickets Documents James H. BanningBEYOND BEYOND Dinosaur Sue: Tale of a T. Rex BEYOND Beetles Grammar Women in Flight Adverbs, Prepositions,ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Negatives A Discovery in Egypt ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Grasshopper or Cricket? Pilot James Banning Writing Expository WritingWriting Writing Writing Personal Essay Interview SummaryGrammar Grammar Grammar Fluency Assessment Negatives Prepositions Sentence Combining Diagnose and Prescribe with Prepositions Interpret Assessment ResultsSpelling Spelling Spelling Words with prefixes dis-, Words with suffixes -less, Words with /ûr/ and/ә r/ mis-, non-, un- -ly, -ness, -ful, -y Discovery 662C

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