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    • Unit 1 Planner Theme: Growing Up Unit 1 Award Growing Up Winning The Adventures of Author The Display Type: Coop OTF Condensed Big Ali Baba Bernstein Title Treatment revised 7/25 Design Question What experiences can cause a person to change? Display Type: Circus Dog Reg Theme Video Growing Up www.macmillanmh.com Dav id (Al i Bab 2 3 a) Ber nst ein P4v1_TXNA_U1_TO_RD11.indd 2-3 12/16/08 4:57:04 PM Theme Opener, pp. xvi–4/5 pp. 10–29 pp. 42–57 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 Dictionary: 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: Analyze Story Strategy: Analyze Story Structure Structure Skill: Make Inferences Skill: Character, Setting, Plot • Fluency Fluency Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation and Expression Accuracy • Leveled Readers Approaching Approaching Lili Kiat The Mystery of the Lost Glasses On Level Paolo On Level The Case of the Missing Scarf Beyond Jin Beyond The Trash Detectives ELL A New Home ELL The Missing Scarf LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Trait: Ideas Trait: Ideas • Grammar Grammar Grammar Sentences Subjects and Predicates viii Unit 1
    • Unit 1 Planner Real World Reading Comprehension KID REPORTERS Genre An Expository article in a newspaper or magazine AT WORK tells a true story. Analyze Text Structure 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. 70–73 pp. 82–95 pp. 108–119 WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Show What You KnowKids at Work Mentors Friends of All Ages Spiral Review Make InferencesBuild Background Build Background Build Background Character, Setting, Plot Compare and Contrast Synonyms MapVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabularyidentified, enterprising, endless, realistic, sensible, peculiar, positive, selecting, Genre Studypersistence, venture protested, paralyzed, display consisted, advanced, aware Traditional Tales, DramaThesaurus: Antonyms Using a Dictionary Dictionary: Connotation and Writing Denotation Personal NarrativePhonics Phonics PhonicsLong e Long i Long oSpelling Spelling Spelling Unit 1 Assessment,Long e Long i Long o 131M–131N ComprehensionComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Make Inferences;Strategy: Analyze Text Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Summarize Character, Setting, Plot;Structure Skill: Character Skill: Sequence Compare and Contrast;Skill: Compare and Contrast SequenceFluency Fluency Fluency Vocabulary StrategiesRepeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Phrasing Dictionary: Word Origins,Expression and Rate Rate and Rate Using a Dictionary,Approaching Approaching Approaching Connotation andKids Work Elevator to Trouble The ABC Volunteer Denotation; Thesaurus: Synonyms, AntonymsOn Level On Level On LevelKids Work Summer in Space Drawing Highland Text Features/Literary Elements/Study SkillsBeyond Beyond Beyond Time Lines; Maps; Using aKids Work Back to School A Change of Weather Library; Recipe; Stanzas,ELL ELL ELL Line Breaks, SimilesKids at Work Space Adventure Pictures of Highland Grammar Sentences Writing Personal NarrativeWriting Writing WritingPersonal Narrative Trait: Ideas Trait: Ideas Fluency AssessmentGrammar Grammar GrammarCompound Sentences Complex Sentences Run-on Sentences Diagnose and Prescribe Interpret Assessment Results Growing Up ix
    • Unit 2 Planner Theme: Making a Difference Unit 2 Making a Difference The Big 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 Theme Opener, pp xvi–134/135 pp. 140–153 pp. 166–181 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, injustice snickering, insult, flinched Word Parts: Prefixes and Context Clues: Suffixes Description • Phonics/Word Study Phonics Phonics Prefixes Digraphs • Spelling Spelling Spelling Prefixes Digraphs READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Comprehension Comprehension Skill: Author’s Purpose Skill: Author’s Purpose • Fluency Fluency Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation/Expression Intonation/Expression • Leveled Readers Approaching Approaching Harriet Tubman Wilma Rudolph On Level On Level Coretta Scott King Determined to Win Beyond Beyond Fighting for Rights Jackie Robinson ELL ELL Coretta Scott King Champion Athlete LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Trait: Ideas Trait: Word Choice • 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 An Expository article in a newspaper or magazine presents facts and information. Monitor Comprehension Main Idea and Details How does a To find the main idea of person with physical an article, first identify the disabilities become a most important details. Then decide what these world-champion athlete? details have in common. R 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.192 pp. 192–195 pp. 204–217 pp. 230–249 WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Show What You KnowFacing Challenges Saving Animals Courage Spiral Review Cause and EffectBuild Background Build Background Build Background Sequence Main Idea and Details Prefixes and Suffixes ChartVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabularysimilar, challenges, designed, descendants, sanctuary, sores, loosened,achieved, varied threatened, fragile, mysterious, amazement, habitat, emerge midst, responsibilityIdioms Writing Context Clues: Paragraph Homophones Procedural Text: How-to Clues ArticlePhonics Phonics PhonicsThree-Letter Blends r-Controlled Vowels /är/, /ôr/ SuffixesSpelling Spelling SpellingThree-Letter Blends r-Controlled Vowels /är/, /ôr/ Suffixes Unit 2 Assessment, 263M–263NComprehension Comprehension Comprehension ComprehensionStrategy: Monitor Strategy: Analyze Text Strategy: Analyze Story Author’s Purpose; MainComprehension Structure Structure Idea and Details; CauseSkill: Main Idea and Details Skill: Cause and Effect Skill: Sequence and Effect; SequenceFluency Fluency Fluency Vocabulary StrategiesRepeated Reading: Accuracy Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Prefixes and Suffixes; Rate Expression and Phrasing Idioms; Context Clues:ApproachingCitizens at Work Approaching Approaching Description, Paragraph Cattle-Driving Horses Caddo Legends Clues; HomophonesOn Level of the Old WestCitizens at Work On Level Text Features/Literary On Level Quileute Legends Elements/Study SkillsBeyond Cattle-Driving Horses Survey; Chart; Stanza, LineCitizens at Work of the Old West Beyond Breaks, Rhyme/Meter; Navajo Legends Hyperbole, Metaphor;ELL BeyondCitizens at Work ELL Using Parts of a Book Cattle-Driving Horses of the Old West Three Legends Grammar ELL Nouns Horses in the Old West Writing Procedural Text: How-toWriting Writing Writing ArticleProcedural Text: How-to Trait: Word Choice Trait: Word ChoiceArticle Fluency AssessmentGrammar Grammar GrammarIrregular Plural Nouns Possessive Nouns Plurals and Possessives Diagnose and Prescribe Interpret Assessment Results Making a Difference ix
    • Unit 3 Planner Theme: The Power of Words I Went to the Libr Unit 3 hen The Power of Words ar W by Ken Roberts y The Big Question Illustrated by Nicole E. Wong How can words be powerful? Theme Video The Power of Words www.macmillanmh.com 264 265 Theme Opener, pp. xvi–266/267 pp. 272–283 pp. 296–317 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: Phrasing and Expression Expression • Leveled Readers Approaching Approaching Snakes in North America Melvin and the Princess On Level On Level Snakes in North America Fish Tricks Beyond Beyond Snakes in North America Hopping to Victory ELL ELL North American Snakes Fish Tricks LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Trait: Ideas Trait: Ideas • Grammar Grammar Grammar Action Verbs Verb Tenses viii Unit 3
    • Unit 3 Planner Real World Reading Comprehension Genre An Expository selection, such as a magazine article, presents facts about a person, place, or event. Monitor Comprehension 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. pp. 330–333 pp. 342–359 pp. 372–389 WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Show What You KnowFrom Words to Action Keeping Promises Expression Through Art Spiral Review Make InferencesBuild Background Build Background Build Background Draw Conclusions Fact and Opinion Prefixes Line GraphVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabularydismiss, interact, motivate, selfish, cranky, commotion, skyscrapers, collage,conceived, definition exasperated, specialty, barbecue, glorious, strutting, famished swarmsWord Parts: Latin Prefixes Writing Analogies: Synonyms and Context Clues: Definitions Persuasive Essay Antonyms and ExamplesPhonics Phonics PhonicsSoft c and g Plurals Compound WordsSpelling Spelling Spelling Unit 3 Assessment,Soft c and g Plurals Compound Words 401M–401N Comprehension Make Inferences; DrawComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Conclusions; Fact and Opinion; Theme;Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Visualize Character, Setting, PlotComprehension Comprehension Skill: Character, Setting, PlotSkill: Fact and Opinion Skill: Theme Vocabulary StrategiesFluency Fluency Fluency Word Parts: Base Words,Repeated Reading: Accuracy Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Rate Prefixes, Latin Prefixes; Expression Analogies: Synonyms and Antonyms; Context Clues:Approaching Approaching Approaching Definitions and ExamplesSymbols of America Hans and Greta Girl Arranging Her Hair Text Features/LiteraryOn Level On Level On Level Elements/Study SkillsSymbols of America The Dragon’s Dinner Beautiful or Not Tool Bars, Guide Words;Beyond Beyond Beyond Line Graphs; UsingSymbols of America Sleeping Beauty and the The Goldsmith’s Apprentice Computers; Theme; Prince of Andequesta Multiple-Step InstructionsELL ELLSymbols of America ELL Everyday Beauty Grammar Dragon Stew Verbs Writing Persuasive EssayWriting Writing WritingPersuasive Essay Trait: Word Choice Trait: Ideas Fluency AssessmentGrammar Grammar GrammarMain and Helping Verbs Irregular Verbs Diagnose and Prescribe Linking Verbs Interpret Assessment Results The Power of Words ix
    • Unit 4 Planner Theme: Working Together Unit 4 Working Together The Big Question Why do people work in teams? Theme Video Working Together www.macmillanmh.com 402 403 Theme Opener, pp. xvi–404/405 pp. 410–427 pp. 440–453 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 and Latin 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: Visualize Strategy: Generate Skill: Theme Questions Skill: Description • Fluency Fluency Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Rate Intonation/Expression • Leveled Readers Approaching Approaching In the Land of the Giants Butterflies and Moths On Level On Level The Tiger-Stripe Potion Butterflies and Moths Beyond Beyond The Wood Sprite Butterflies and Moths ELL ELL Jani and the Leopard Butterflies and Moths LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Trait: Voice Trait: Word Choice • Grammar Grammar Grammar Pronouns and Antecedents Types of Pronouns viii Unit 4
    • Unit 4 Planner Real World Reading Comprehension Words by Margaret McManis Genre Expository writing Pictures by Bruce Dupree such as a magazine article presents facts and information about a topic. What makes oil Generate Questions so valuable and Author’s Purpose An author’s purpose is the so challenging? reason the author wrote the selection. Authors write to entertain, inform, or persuade. 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 began forming hundreds of millions 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 Oil field power. worker 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. pp. 466–469 pp. 478–495 pp. 508–525 WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Show What You KnowEnergy Teaming Up Family Teams Spiral Review ThemeBuild Background Build Background Build Background Description Draw Conclusions Latin/Greek Roots DirectionsVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabularyelectrical, fuels, globe, anticipation, enormous, unstable, applauded,decayed encouraged, slender, released, headlines, hoisting, assured, glanced assembledContext Clues: Definitions Writing Analogies: Synonyms and Word Parts: Suffixes Fictional Narrative AntonymsPhonics . Phonics PhonicsWords with /ü/, /ū/, and /u / Diphthongs /oi/ and /ou/ Variant Vowel /ô/ Unit 4 Assessment,Spelling . Spelling Spelling 537M–537NWords with /ü/, /ū/, and /u / Diphthongs /oi/ and /ou/ Variant Vowel /ô/ Comprehension Theme; Description; Author’s Purpose; DrawComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Conclusions; Author’sStrategy: Generate Strategy: Visualize Strategy: Visualize PerspectiveQuestions Skill: Draw Conclusions Skill: Author’s PerspectiveSkill: Author’s Purpose Vocabulary Strategies Context Clues; Greek andFluency Fluency Fluency Latin Roots; Analogies:Repeated Reading: Accuracy Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Rate Synonyms/Antonyms; Expression SuffixesApproaching ApproachingThe Power of Wind Approaching From Gliders to Rockets Text Features/Literary The Southwest Elements/Study SkillsOn Level On LevelThe Power of Wind On Level From Gliders to Rockets Advertisements; The Southwest Personification, Moral;Beyond Beyond Skim and Scan; MultipleThe Power of Wind Beyond From Gliders to Rockets Text Features; Repetition The SouthwestELL ELLThe Power of Wind ELL From Gliders to Rockets Grammar The Southwest Pronouns Writing Fictional NarrativeWriting Writing WritingFictional Narrative Trait: Ideas Trait: Word Choice Fluency AssessmentGrammar Grammar Grammar Diagnose and PrescribePronoun-Verb Agreement Possessive Pronouns Pronouns and Homophones Interpret Assessment Results Working Together ix
    • Unit 5 Planner Theme: Habitats Unit 5 Habitats The Big Question What makes a habitat unique? Theme Video Habitats www.macmillanmh.com 538 539 Theme Opener, pp. xvi–540/541 pp. 546–561 pp. 574–589 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: Summarize Skill: Main Idea and Details Skill: Problem and Solution • Fluency Fluency Fluency Repeated Reading Repeated Reading Rate Expression and Rate • Leveled 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 ELL ELL Life in the Sahara Desert Animal Tales LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Trait: Word Choice Trait: Ideas • Grammar Grammar Grammar Adjectives Articles viii Unit 5
    • Unit 5 Planner Real World Reading Comprehension Genre An Expository article presents information about a person, place, or event. Summarize Main Idea and Details To find the main idea of an article, first identify the most important details. A male and female elk graze in the Great Smoky Then decide what these Mountains National Park. Female elk are called cows. details have in common. 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.602 pp. 602–605 pp. 614–629 pp. 642–657 WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Show What You KnowNational Parks Oceans Ocean Animals Spiral Review Problem and SolutionBuild Background Build Background Build Background Compare and Contrast Sequence; Multiple-Meaning Words; Point of ViewVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabularyroamed, completed, reef, partnership, current, rumbling, unique, dove,journey, natural, relocated eventually, brittle, suburbs massive, tangles, encounter WritingWord Parts: Latin Roots Context Clues: Multiple- Homographs Expository Letter Meaning WordsPhonics Phonics PhonicsVowel Teams r-Controlled Vowel Syllables Consonant + le Syllables Unit 5 Assessment, 669M–669NSpelling Spelling SpellingVowel Teams r-Controlled Vowel Syllables Consonant + le Syllables Comprehension Main Idea and Details; Problem and Solution; Compare and Contrast;Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension SequenceStrategy: Summarize Strategy: Analyze Text Strategy: Analyze TextSkill: Main Idea and Structure Structure Vocabulary StrategiesDetails Skill: Compare and Contrast Skill: Sequence Context Clues; Synonyms; Latin Roots; Homographs;Fluency Fluency Fluency Multiple-Meaning WordsRepeated Reading Repeated Reading Repeated ReadingAccuracy Intonation/Expression Expression Text Features/LiteraryApproaching Approaching Approaching Elements/Study SkillsOur National Parks Changing Earth Looking at Whales Process Diagram; Foreshadowing;On Level On Level On Level Symbolism; Using aOur National Parks Changing Earth Looking at Whales Dictionary; Point of View;Beyond Beyond Beyond Hyperbole; Meter; Rhyme SchemeOur National Parks Changing Earth Looking at WhalesELL ELL ELL GrammarSaving Our Parks Earth Changes The World of Whales Adjectives Writing ExpositoryWriting Writing WritingExpository Letter Trait: Ideas Trait: VoiceGrammar Grammar Grammar Fluency AssessmentAdjectives that Compare Comparing with More and Comparing with Good and Diagnose and Prescribe Most Bad Interpret Assessment Results Habitats ix
    • Unit 6 Planner Theme: Problem Solving Unit 6 Problem Solving The Leah’s Pony Big Written by Elizabeth Friedrich Illustrated by Michael Garland Question How do we solve problems? Theme Video Problem Solving www.macmillanmh.com 670 671 Theme Opener, pp. xvi–672/673 pp. 678–695 pp. 708–721 WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening Comprehension Theme Theme Working Together to Find Finding Out About the Past Solutions • Speaking/Viewing 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: Analyze Story Strategy: Analyze Story Structure Structure Skill: Problem and Solution Skill: Cause and Effect • Fluency Fluency Fluency Repeated Reading Repeated Reading Phrasing Intonation/Expression • Leveled Readers Approaching Approaching Explorers of the Southwest Buffalo! On Level On Level Explorers of the Southwest Camel Ride Beyond Beyond Explorers of the Southwest On Board! ELL ELL Explorers of the Southwest Camel Ride LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Trait: Ideas Trait: Ideas • Grammar Grammar Grammar Adverbs Comparing with Adverbs viii Unit 6
    • Unit 6 Planner Real World Reading Comprehension Taking Genre Expository text, such as a the Lead magazine article, presents How did Dolores Huerta help facts and information. solve the problems faced by farmworkers? Generate Questions Fact and Opinion olores Huerta is an important leader in A fact is something that can be proven true using D the Latino community. She has spent the last few decades helping farmworkers. After reference sources. An opinion is a belief that does college, Huerta became a teacher. Many of not have to be supported her students’ parents worked on farms. Their by facts. children often came to school hungry. Huerta 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 couldB 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.”734 pp. 734–737 pp. 746–767 pp. 778–795 WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Show What You KnowImproving Lives Step by Step Invent It Spiral Review Problem and Solution, Cause and Effect, Fact and Opinion,Build Background Build Background Build Background Idioms, Primary SourcesVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary decades, active, volunteer, technique, foolishness, hilarious, mischief,transform, violated inspire, evaporate, magnify, independence, dizzy, Writing annual nowadays, came in handy Expository: Research ReportLatin, Greek, and OtherLinguistic Roots Dictionary: Multiple- Dictionary: Idioms Meaning WordsPhonics Phonics PhonicsPrefixes Suffixes Prefixes and Suffixes Unit 6 Assessment, 807M–807NSpelling Spelling SpellingPrefixes Suffixes Prefixes and Suffixes Comprehension Problem and Solution, Cause and Effect, Fact and Opinion, Draw Conclusions, Author’s PerspectiveComprehension Comprehension ComprehensionStrategy: Generate Strategy: Generate Strategy: Generate Vocabulary StrategiesQuestions Questions Questions Dictionary: UnfamiliarSkill: Fact and Opinion Skill: Draw Conclusions Skill: Author’s Perspective Words; Idioms; Multiple- Meaning Words; Suffixes;Fluency Fluency Fluency Latin, Greek, and OtherRepeated Reading Repeated Reading Repeated Reading Linguistic RootsExpression Accuracy Rate and AccuracyApproaching Approaching Approaching Text Features/LiteraryCharles Drew Amazing Stuff Who Invented It? Elements/Study Skills Map, Time Lines, Imagery,On Level On Level On Level Metaphor, FigurativeMarie Curie Amazing Stuff Thomas Alva Edison Language, Alliteration,Beyond Beyond Beyond Functional DocumentsDr. Jonas Salk Amazing Stuff Alexander Graham Bell GrammarELL ELL ELL Adverbs, PrepositionsMarie Curie How Materials Work A Great Inventor Writing Expository: Research ReportWriting Writing WritingExpository: Research Report Trait: Sentence Fluency Trait: Organization Fluency AssessmentGrammar Grammar Grammar Diagnose and PrescribeNegatives Prepositions Sentences Using Prepositions Interpret Assessment Results Problem Solving ix