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  • Theme: ChallengesUnit 1 Planner pages 16J–47V pages 48A–77V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme School Contests American Legends Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary capable, categories, advertisement, sauntered, luminous, strands, credit, commenced, elected, wring, soggy, slumped, gigantic impress, original, fireball Context Clues: Synonym Word Parts: Compound Words • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Short Vowels a, e, i, o, u Long Vowels, VCe READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Analyze Story Strategy: Analyze Story Structure Structure Skill: Character and Plot Skill: Plot and Setting • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation/Pausing Punctuation • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING What’s the Buzz About the Sluefoot Sue: An American Geography Bee? Legend ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Nadia Gomez Sees the Light Johnny Appleseed: An American Legend BEYOND Car Wash Chronicles BEYOND Old Stormalong: An ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS American Legend Nadia and Her Science Project ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Who Is Johnny Appleseed? LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Personal Narrative Personal Narrative • Grammar Grammar Grammar Sentence Types Subjects and Predicates • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Short Vowels Words with Long Vowels 16B
  • Forests Unit 1 Planner Comprehension of the WORLD Genre Text Structure Compare and Contrast H ave you visited any biomes lately? A biome is a large community of plants and animals that is supported by a certain type of climate. Biomes like the Arctic tundra—where cold winds buffet anything that appears on the barren landscape—are treeless. Many other areas in the world are covered with different kinds of trees. Here are three types of forest biomes. pages 78A–89V pages 90A–111V pages 112A–139V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy Trees for Life Exploring Space Rescue Dogs Think and SearchBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Personal NarrativeVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary buffet, major, quest function, adjusted, cooperation, celebration reduce, settings disasters, environment, fragrance, variety, Dictionary: Homographs mission, maze, zone, gravity canceled, moistened, Unit 1 Assessment, Context Clues: theory, transformed 7–24 Description or Explanation Thesaurus: SynonymsPhonics Phonics Phonics Comprehension • Words with /ü/, /ū/, / u/ r-Controlled Vowels More r-Controlled Vowels Character, Setting, Plot; Compare and Contrast; Summarize;Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Cause and Effect Strategy: Analyze Text Strategy: Generate Strategy: Generate Structure Questions Questions Vocabulary Strategies Skill: Compare and Contrast Skill: Summarize Skill: Cause and Effect Context Clues: Synonym; Word Parts: Compound Words; Dictionary: Homographs; Context Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Clues: Description or Punctuation Pronunciation Pauses and Intonation Explanation; Thesaurus: SynonymsAPPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING Partners for Life On the Moon It’s Fun When Sam Listens Text Features / Literary Elements / Study SkillsON LEVEL ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Photos and Captions; The Survival of Muir Woods Mission to Mars The Wag Brigade Toolbar and Link; UsingBEYOND BEYOND BEYOND the Library or Media Center; Rhyme Scheme Wildfire! Space Station Rusty to the Rescue! and Rhythm; ChartsENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Grammar How the Muir Woods Going to Mars Mai and Fred Survived Punctuation Writing Personal NarrativeWriting Writing Writing Research Report Friendly Letter Journal Entry Fluency AssessmentGrammar Grammar Grammar Sentence Combining More Sentence Combining Run-on Sentences Diagnose and Prescribe Interpret AssessmentSpelling Spelling Spelling Results • Words with /ü/, /ū/, / u/ Words with /är/, /âr/, /ôr/ Words with /ûr/, /îr/ Challenges 16C
  • Theme: DiscoveriesUnit 2 Planner pages 144J–169V pages 170A–191V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme People Helping Animals Slithery Snakes! Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary decency, mournful, bulletin lunging, predators, prey, board, delivering, shrieks, alert, surroundings, injury, slurp, sympathy vibrates, survive, species Dictionary: Idiom Context Clues: Look for Restatement • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Compound Words Plural Endings READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Summarize Comprehension Skill: Main Idea and Details Skill: Make Inferences • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation Pauses and Intonation • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING The Habits of Rabbits Giants of the Snake World ON LEVEL ON LEVEL The Elephant in the Room Sea Snakes BEYOND BEYOND Black Bear’s Backyard Alien: The Brown Tree Snake Story ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Elephants in Africa Snakes in the Sea LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Radio/TV Advertisement Letter to the Editor • Grammar Grammar Grammar Common and Proper Nouns Singular and Plural Nouns • Spelling Spelling Spelling Compound Words Words with Plural Endings 144B
  • Real World Reading Unit 2 Planner Comprehension ARCHITECT OF MEMORY Genre A Nonfiction Article in a newspaper or magazine presents facts and information. Summarize Main Idea and Details The main idea of an article is what the article is mostly about. Details give more information about the main idea. Maya Lin s is her habit, architect Maya Lin stayed away from the crowds—and the limelight. She stood behind the tinted windows of the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Alabama. Outside, hundreds of visitors arrived at the site for the opening of the Civil Rights Memorial, which Lin designed. ‘‘I like standing back quietly,’’ Lin said. ‘‘You create your message, and then it is out there on its own.’’ Lin’s message can be found in the memorial’s exhibits. This memorial honors those who died fighting for equality during the Civil Rights Movement. Some visitors reached out to touch the names of loved ones carved into a black granite disk. Their faces were wet with tears. ‘‘I’m so thankful,’’ said Sarah Salter, whose husband, Willie Edwards, Jr., was killed in Montgomery in 1957. ‘‘At last he’s being recognized.’’ 196 pages 192A–203V pages 204A–227V pages 228A–255V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy Remembering the Past The Caribbean Islands Cowboys and Cowgirls Author and MeBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing PersuasiveVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary artifacts, dedicated, elegant, blared, forbidden, suspended, vastness, equality, exhibits, site mischievous, reluctant, flickered, swerved, Word Parts: Inflectional hesitation, irresistible, enthusiasm, presence, Unit 2 Assessment, Endings gossiped horizon, ravine 25–42 Word Parts: Suffixes Analogies: AntonymsPhonics Phonics Phonics Comprehension Inflected Endings Words with /ô/, /ou/, /oi/ VCCV Pattern Make Inferences; Problem and Solution; Main Idea and DetailsComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Vocabulary Strategies Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Monitor Comprehension Dictionary: Idiom; Skill: Main Idea and Skill: Problem and Context Clues: Look Details Solution Skill: Make Inferences for Restatement; Word Parts: Inflectional Endings; Word Parts: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Suffixes; Analogies: Punctuation Intonation and Pausing Tempo AntonymsAPPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING Text Features / Literary The Oregon Trail: Nothing Is Impossible Nat Love: A Man of the Old Elements / Study Skills Westward Ho! and New West Photos and Captions; Hero andON LEVEL ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Personification; Ellis Island: The Golden Where We Belong Alice Greenough: A New Using the Internet; Doors Woman of the Old West Chart; Repetition and AssonanceBEYOND BEYOND BEYOND The Erie Canal: Low Bridge, All or Nothing William F. Cody: Showman Grammar Everybody Down! of the Old West NounsENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Writing Ellis Island The Family Farm Cowgirl Alice Greenough PersuasiveWriting Writing Writing Research Report Persuasive Essay TV/Movie/Book Review Fluency AssessmentGrammar Grammar Grammar More Plural Nouns Possessive Nouns Plural and Possessive Nouns Diagnose and Prescribe Interpret AssessmentSpelling Spelling Spelling Results Words with Words with /ô/, /ou/, /oi/ Words with VCCV Pattern Inflected Endings Discoveries 144C
  • Theme: Turning PointsUnit 3 Planner pages 260J–289V pages 290A–313V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme The American Revolution The Right to Vote Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary governor, instruct, attorney, colonel, navigation, patriots, legislature, postpone, spunk, stark, swagger, qualify, representative, tyrant satisfactory, submit Word Families Dictionary: Pronunciation Key • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics V/CV and VC/V Patterns V/V Pattern READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Make Inferences Strategy: Evaluate and Analyze Skill: Fact and Opinion Skill: Draw Conclusions • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Punctuation Pronunciation • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING The Battle of Saratoga Let’s Vote ON LEVEL ON LEVEL The Shot Heard Around the How Women Got the Vote World BEYOND BEYOND The Story of African The Battle of Bunker Hill American Voting Rights ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS The American Revolution The Right to Vote Begins! LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Character Sketch Poem • Grammar Grammar Grammar Action Verbs Verb Tenses • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with V/CV and Words with V/V Pattern VC/V Patterns 260B
  • BEYOND Unit 3 Planner Comprehension Genre the HORIZON Evaluate Fact and Opinion Can people around the world improve their standard of living and still protect the environment? pages 314A–325V pages 326A–355V pages 356A–387V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy Protecting the Environment Desert Habitats Into the Future Author and MeBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Fictional NarrativeVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary humanity, inevitable, brimming, gnarled, dangling, defective, prevailing, enlightened, gushed, landscape, meteor, reversed, robot, unheeded parched, progress, rotated, staggered, tokens scorching, scrawny Unit 3 Assessment, Word Parts: Prefixes Analogies: Synonyms Thesaurus: Denotation 43–60 and Connotation ComprehensionPhonics Phonics Phonics Draw Conclusions; VCCCV Pattern Accented Syllables Final /ә r/ Fact and Opinion; Compare and ContrastComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Vocabulary Strategies Strategy: Evaluate Strategy: Make Inferences Strategy: Make Inferences Word Families; Skill: Fact and Opinion and Analyze and Analyze Dictionary: Skill: Compare and Contrast Skill: Draw Conclusions Pronunciation Key; Word Parts: Prefixes; Thesaurus: Denotation Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: and Connotation; Punctuation Tempo Punctuation Analogies: SynonymsAPPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING Text Features / Literary Garbage: Where Does It Go? Atacama Desert: The Driest Return to Planet Weird Elements / Study Skills Place on Earth Meter and Alliteration;ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Time Line; Study Animals in the ON LEVEL Me, Robot? Strategies; Process Neighborhood Where Two Deserts Meet Diagram; Headline and BEYONDBEYOND BEYOND The Terrariums Byline Farming for the Future: The Gobi Desert How Do We Feed ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Grammar Ourselves? ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS The Prize Verbs Two Different DesertsENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Writing Our Animal Neighbors Fictional NarrativeWriting Writing Writing Research Report Dialogue Diary Fluency AssessmentGrammar Grammar Grammar Main and Helping Verbs Linking Verbs Irregular Verbs Diagnose and PrescribeSpelling Spelling Spelling Interpret Assessment Words with VCCCV Pattern Words with Vowel Patterns Final /ә r/ Results in Accented Syllables Turning Points 260C
  • Theme: ExperiencesUnit 4 Planner pages 392J–419V pages 420A–447V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme Civil Rights Animal Defenses Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary autograph, blurted, arousing, arroyo, behavior, chiseled, clenched, fare, glimpse, nestled, secluded, permission, scald, stunned, unpleasant spectacular Context Clues: Within a Homophones: Recognize Sentence Homophones • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Final /ә l/ and /ә n/ More Accented Syllables READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Analyze Story Strategy: Evaluate Structure Skill: Author’s Purpose Skill: Plot Development • Fluency Repeated Reading Repeated Reading • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING The Way It Should Be Survival Instincts: Insects ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Gramma’s Garden Survival Instincts: Insects BEYOND BEYOND Sandy’s Song Survival Instincts: Insects ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Dreaming of a Garden How Insects Stay Safe LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing News Article Scientific Observation • Grammar Grammar Grammar Pronouns and Antecedents Subject and Object Pronouns • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Final More Accented Syllables Unaccented Syllables with Ambiguous Vowels with /ә l/ and /ә n/ 392B
  • Real World Reading Getting Unit 4 Planner Comprehension Genre A Nonfiction Article in a newspaper or magazine Out the presents facts andFCAT information. Evaluate Relevant Facts and Details VOTE A fact is information that can be proven true. Recognizing facts and details that are ? relevant to the main idea can help you understand the selection. ? ANYONE WHO IS: 18 years of age a citizen of the United States who meets the residency requirements of his or her state Voters wait in line to cast their ballots. 452 pages 448A–459V pages 460A–481V pages 482A–509V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Spiral Review Democracy Extreme Weather Trickster Tales Plot Development Main Idea and DetailsBuild Background Build Background Build Background Compare and Contrast Context Clues Multiple-Meaning WordsVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary Time Line compelled, disrespectful, atmosphere, available, appreciation, burdens, preoccupied, presidential, contact, damages, educate, merchandise, Writing Workshop succeed, unenthusiastically destruction, hurricanes, riverbank, treasurer, Expository Word Parts: Prefixes and property, surge unfortunate, wares Suffixes: Dictionary: Multiple- Analogies: Relationships Meaning Words Unit 4 Assessment, 111–144Phonics Phonics Phonics Accented Syllables in Words with /chә r/ and Words with -ance and Homographs /zhә r/ -ence Comprehension Plot Development; Author’s Purpose; Relevant Facts andComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Details; Recognize Strategy: Evaluate Strategy: Analyze Text Strategy: Evaluate Organizational Patterns Skill: Relevant Facts and Structure Skill: Author’s Purpose Details Skill: Recognize Vocabulary Strategies Organizational Patterns Homophones: Recognize Homophones; Context Repeated Reading Clues: Within a Sentence; Choral Reading Repeated Reading Word Parts: PrefixesAPPROACHING and Suffixes; Dictionary: Political Debates: Lincoln APPROACHING Multiple-Meaning Versus Douglas APPROACHING Coyote and the Rock Words; Analogies: EarthquakeON LEVEL ON LEVEL Relationships Political Debates: Lincoln ON LEVEL Brer Rabbit and the Gizzard Text Features/Literary Versus Douglas Earthquake Eater Elements/Study Skills BEYOND BEYOND Time Line; HeadingsBEYOND and Deck; Parts of a Political Debates: Lincoln Earthquake How Thor Got His Hammer Book; Personification, Versus Douglas ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Imagery, andENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Earthquake Brer Rabbit’s Ride Onomatopoeia; Moral Lincoln and Douglas Speak and Metaphor Grammar PronounsWriting Writing Writing Research Report Magazine Article Interview WritingGrammar Grammar Grammar Expository Pronoun-Verb Agreement Possessive Pronouns Pronouns and Homo- phones; Contractions and Homophones Fluency AssessmentSpelling Spelling Spelling Diagnose and Prescribe Accented Syllables in Words with /chәr/ and /zhәr/ Words with -ance and -ence Interpret Assessment Homographs Results Experiences 392C
  • Theme: AchievementsUnit 5 Planner pages 514J–541V pages 542A–565V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme North Pole, South Pole Fantastic Foods Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary abandon, dismantled, bedlam, civilization, expedition, frigid, labor, complex, outcast, reflected, treacherous, triumph, shortage, strategy, uninhabited traditional Word Parts: Base and Dictionary: Word Origins Root Words • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Soft g Homophones READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Generate Strategy: Make Inferences Questions and Analyze Skill: Problem and Solution Skill: Theme • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Tempo Intonation • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING Animals of the Poles Food Fight ON LEVEL ON LEVEL The Lure of the Poles Fruit from Space BEYOND BEYOND Science in the Snow Land of the Peppertoes ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS The North and South Poles Space Fruit LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Introduction Speech Scene from a Play • Grammar Grammar Grammar Adjectives and Articles Demonstrative Adjectives • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Soft g Homophones 514B
  • Real World Reading A Historic Unit 5 Planner Comprehension Genre A Nonfiction Article in a Journey newspaper or magazine presents facts and information about real people, places, and events. Make Inferences and Analyze Cause and Effect A cause is what makes something happen. An effect is the thing that happens. How did the leaders of the Lewis and Clark expedition make history as both explorers and scientists? 570 pages 566A–577V pages 578A–603V pages 604A–633V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy Learning from Nature Talking in Codes Whales Author and MeBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing DescriptiveVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary combined, diverse, instill, corridor, creased, enlisted, attraction, discussions, naturalist, vacant invasion, location, emerged, focused, inquire, Thesaurus/Dictionary: reservation, sagged, shield sprawled, unreasonable, Antonyms Context Clues ventured Unit 5 Assessment, Word Parts: Latin Roots 79–96 ComprehensionPhonics Phonics Phonics Problem and Solution; Prefixes dis-, in-, mis-, pre- Suffixes -less and -ness Adding -ion Theme; Cause and Effect; Evaluate Author’s Perspective;Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Summarize Strategy: Make Inferences Strategy: Generate Strategy: Generate and Analyze Questions Questions Vocabulary Strategies Skill: Cause and Effect Skill: Evaluate Author’s Skill: Summarize Word Parts: Base and Perspective Root Words; Dictionary: Word Origins; Thesaurus/Dictionary: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Antonyms; Context Punctuation Punctuation Tempo Clues; Word Parts: Latin RootsAPPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING The Adamsons: Living Braille and Beyond: Dan’s Whale Text Features / Literary with Animals Inventions for the Blind Elements / Study Skills ON LEVEL Primary Sources;ON LEVEL Hyperlinks and Animal Observers ON LEVEL Into the Depths of the Sea Secret Languages Keywords; Dictionary/BEYOND BEYOND Thesaurus; Consonance Rachel Carson: Nature’s BEYOND Gold at Sunset Cove and Symbolism; Graphs Champion Lost Languages ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS GrammarENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Down in the Sea Adjectives Animal Watchers Secret Messages Writing DescriptiveWriting Writing Writing Persuasive Essay Compare-and-Contrast Essay Descriptive PoemGrammar Grammar Grammar Fluency Assessment Adjectives that Compare Comparing with More Comparing with Good and Most and Bad Diagnose and PrescribeSpelling Spelling Spelling Interpret Assessment Words with Prefixes dis-, Words with Suffixes Words Ending in -ion Results in-, mis-, pre- -less, -ness Achievements 514C
  • Theme: Great IdeasUnit 6 Planner pages 638J–667V pages 668A–697V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme Fairy Tales Camping Out Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary accompany, bridle, bundle, coordination, ease, consented, delicacies, frustrated, fused, guaranteed, descended, despair, scenery, supervise dismiss, intentions Use a Dictionary: Multiple- Homophones Meaning Words Phonics • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Decode Words with Greek Roots Latin Roots READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Monitor Skill: Sequence Comprehension Skill: Make Judgments • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation Punctuation • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING Graham the Kind-Hearted A Visit to Big Bend National Park ON LEVEL Daisies in Winter ON LEVEL A Visit to Grand Canyon BEYOND National Park The Three Sisters BEYOND ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS A Visit to Yellowstone Flowers in Winter National Park ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS The Amazing Grand Canyon LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Eyewitness Account How-To Paragraph • Grammar Grammar Grammar Adverbs Adverbs that Compare • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Greek Roots Words with Latin Roots 638B
  • A Dream Unit 6 Planner Comes True Comprehension Genre Why do ALL kids need a place to play? Monitor Comprehension Persuasion Most kids love recess, but for Hannah Kristan, it was her least favorite part of the school day. “I never got to do anything except sit there,” she recalls. Hannah was born with a disease that kept the bones in her back from forming properly. She uses a wheelchair. Sadly, for kids like her, most playground equipment is off limits. In fact, Hannah is one of 5 million kids in the United States who cannot use traditional playground equipment because of some type of disability. pages 698A–709V pages 710A–735V pages 736A–759V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy Improving Lives Balloon Flight Scientists at Work Author and MeBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing ExplanatoryVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary elementary, interact, anchored, companion, biology, dormant, erupted, physical, rigid, wheelchair dense, hydrogen, inflate, murky, observer, research, Context Clues launched, particles, scoured, specimens Unit 6 Assessment, scientific Word Parts: Latin and 97–114 Word Parts: Greek Roots Greek Word Parts ComprehensionPhonics Phonics Phonics Sequence; Make Words from Mythology Number Prefixes Words with -able, -ible Judgments; Persuasion; Make GeneralizationsComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Vocabulary Strategies Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Summarize Homophones; Comprehension Comprehension Skill: Sequence Dictionary: Multiple- Skill: Persuasion Skill: Make Generalizations Meaning Words; Context Clues; Word Parts: Greek and Latin Roots Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Tempo Repeated Reading: Pauses Text Features / Literary Punctuation and Intonation Elements / Study Skills APPROACHING Venn Diagram;APPROACHING The Sky’s the Limit APPROACHING Interview; Everyday Everybody Is a Star: The Searching for Cures Communications; Special Olympics Story ON LEVEL Simile and Metaphor; Airships: Sailors of the Skies ON LEVEL Symbolism andON LEVEL Life on the Deep Sea Floor Figurative Language Sports for Everyone! BEYOND Up, Up, and Away: Science BEYOND GrammarBEYOND in the Sky Searching for Tomorrow’s Adverbs; Comparisons; Uplifted from the Dark: Energy Negatives; Prepositions Helen Keller and ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Airships in the Skies ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS and Prepositional Annie Sullivan Phrases; Sentence Under the SeaENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Combining Sports for Everyone Writing Explanatory andWriting Writing Writing Expository Writing Research Report Explain How Something Explanatory Review WorksGrammar Grammar Grammar Fluency Assessment Negatives Prepositions and Sentence Combining Prepositional Phrases Diagnose and PrescribeSpelling Spelling Spelling Interpret Assessment Words from Mythology Number Prefixes Words with -able and -ible Results Great Ideas 638C