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  • Theme: Take ActionUnit 1 Planner pages 16J–39V pages 40A–65V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Rescue Teams Theme A Lost City Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary intersection, engulf, foretold, withstood, abruptly, conscious, remote, interpreter, anxiety, cascade, undergrowth, venomous, procedure, souvenir escort, vegetation Dictionary: Multiple- Word Parts: Compound Meaning Words Words • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Short Vowels Long Vowels READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Analyze Story Strategy: Analyze Story Structure Structure Skill: Character, Setting, Skill: Character, Setting, Plot Plot • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation/Pausing Intonation/Pausing • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING The Lost Cave I Discover Pompeii: or How I Spent My ON LEVEL Summer Vacation Rachel’s Choice ON LEVEL BEYOND Queen Pu-abi’s Royal Tomb Surprises in the Desert BEYOND ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS The Ancient Secret of Cliff The Rescue Team Canyon ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS A Great Discovery LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Personal Narrative Writing Friendly Letter • Grammar Grammar Sentence Grammar Subjects and Types and Fragments Predicates • Spelling Spelling Short Vowel Spelling Long Vowel Words Words 16B
  • Real World Reading Comprehension Gecko Glue, Unit 1 Planner Comprehension Genre A Nonfiction Article in a newspaper or magazine Cockroach Scouts, presents facts and And information. Make Inferences Spider Silk Bridges and Analyze How can lizards, Main Idea and Details cockroaches, The main idea is the most important point an author and spiders help makes. Details give more make life better information about the main for humans? idea. H innovations? WHAT MAKES GECKOS STICK? The bottom of a gecko’s foot 70 pages 66A–77V pages 78A–101V pages 102A–123V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Science for All Theme Sharing Traditions Theme Protecting Wildlife Test Strategy Think and SearchBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Workshop Personal NarrativeVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary altered, erode, chameleon, rummaged, vital, analyzing, absorb, concentrated, scrounging, pathetic, speculated, embedded, innovations undetected, generosity, sedated, dehydrated, ricocheting, famine propelled, conserve Unit 1 Assessment, 7–24 Context Clues: Context Clues: Analogies: Antonyms Definitions Restatement ComprehensionPhonics Phonics Phonics Character, Setting, Plot; ei or ie r-Controlled Vowels Compound Words Main Idea and Details; Cause and EffectComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Vocabulary Strategies Strategy: Make Strategy: Make Strategy: Make Dictionary: Multiple- Inferences and Analyze Inferences and Analyze Inferences and Analyze Meaning Words; Word Skill: Main Idea and Skill: Cause and Effect Skill: Main Idea and Parts: Compound Details Details Words; Context Clues: Definitions, Restatement; Analogy: Antonyms Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Punctuation Punctuation Tempo/Pacing Text Features/ Study Skills/APPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING Literary Elements Technology and Nature: The Art of Origami Saving Right Whales Photos and Captions; Water Textbook; Media ON LEVEL ON LEVELON LEVEL Arts of the Navajo Saving Peregrine Falcons Center; Time Line; From Dragonflies to Alliteration and Helicopters: Learning from BEYOND BEYOND Imagery Nature The Tradition of Dance Saving Alligators GrammarBEYOND ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Sentences Plants: An Amazing Navajo Indian Art The King of Birds Resource Writing Personal NarrativeENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Learning to Fly from NatureWriting Expository Writing Poem Writing Diary Fluency Assessment Grammar Sentence Grammar Clauses and Grammar Run-on Diagnose and Prescribe Combining Complex Sentences Sentences Interpret Assessment Results Spelling ei or ie Words Spelling r-Controlled Spelling Compound Vowel Words Words Take Action 16C
  • Theme: Saving the DayUnit 2 Planner pages 128J–151V pages 152A–177V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Team Spirit Theme The Solar System Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary inscribed, resemblance, spicy, undone, vigil, postmarked, enthralled, ravaged, marveled, regulation, grouchy, broadcast, unsatisfactory, embarrassment, pennant calculations Word Parts: Inflectional Dictionary: Pronunciation Endings Key • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Plurals Inflected Endings READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Generate Strategy: Generate Questions Questions Skill: Make Inferences Skill: Make Inferences • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation and Pausing Punctuation • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING A Sound Move Around the Sun: Our Solar System ON LEVEL The Right Move ON LEVEL Stargazers: Astronomers in BEYOND Ancient Times A Good Move BEYOND ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Stargazing: The History of The Tryout the Telescope ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Business Letter Writing Editorial • Grammar Grammar Common and Grammar Singular and Proper Nouns Plural Nouns • Spelling Spelling Plurals Spelling Inflected Endings 128B
  • Real World Reading 3p9 Zoo Story Unit 2 Planner Comprehension Genre What happens when a fierce hurricane nearly destroys a zoo? A Nonfiction Article in a newspaper or magazine presents facts and information. Generate Questions Make Generalizations A generalization is a way of describing a subject or situation in broad statements, without giving a lot of details or specifics. Hurricane Andrew was a devastating natural disaster for South Florida. In terms of property damage, it is one of the worst calamities ever to hit the United States. When Andrew swept ashore with wind gusts of 175 miles per hour, thousands of people lost their homes. The storm also nearly destroyed Miami’s Metrozoo, home to thousands of wild animals. Setting their own losses aside, 100 dedicated men and women worked frantically to take care of the SAVING THE KOALAS needs of the dazed and helpless animals The zoo’s three koalas lost their only roaming through the wreckage of the source of food—a eucalyptus grove— zoo. For some creatures whose habitats and the roof of their air-conditioned were destroyed, survival was a race enclosure. They were suffering in against time. dangerously high heat and humidity. 182 pages 178A–189V pages 190A–217V pages 218A–241V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Helping Hands Theme Tales of Old Theme Sled Dogs as Test Strategy Author Heroes and MeBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Workshop PersuasiveVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary calamities, mitigate, coincidences, sweeten, outskirts, quarantine, devastating, evacuate, phase, hobbled, intercept, pedestrians, administer sheepishly, sumptuous, plight, epidemic, Unit 2 Assessment, mufflers, prospered rendezvous, unbearable 25–42 Context Clues Dictionary: Idioms Thesaurus/Dictionary: Comprehension Synonyms Make Inferences; MakePhonics Phonics Phonics Generalizations; Words with /ô/, /ou/, /oi/ VCCV and VCCCV Patterns V/CV and VC/V Patterns Problem and Solution; Sequence of Events Vocabulary StrategiesComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Word Parts: Inflectional Strategy: Generate Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Summarize Endings; Thesaurus/ Questions Skill: Problem and Skill: Sequence of Events Dictionary: Synonyms, Skill: Make Solution Pronunciation Key, Generalizations Idioms; Context Clues Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Text Features/ Repeated Reading: Tempo and Pacing Pronunciation Study Skills/ Pronunciation Literary Elements APPROACHING APPROACHING Chart and Almanac;APPROACHING Peter Humbug and the Rescue Dog Heroes Graphs; Using the The Wildfires of 2000 White Cat Internet; Moral and ON LEVEL Hyperbole; SymbolismON LEVEL ON LEVEL Sled Dog Heroes and Metaphor The Great Flood of 1993 The Princess and the Gnome BEYONDBEYOND Canine War Heroes Grammar Waiting for Rain: Drought BEYOND Nouns in Ethiopia The Two Sinbads ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Sled Dogs WritingENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Persuasive The Flood of 1993 The Sad Prince Fluency AssessmentWriting Expository Writing Point of View Essay Writing Essay Diagnose and Prescribe Grammar More Plural Grammar Possessive Grammar Appositives Spellings Nouns Interpret Assessment Results Spelling Words with Spelling VCCV and Spelling V/CV and VC/V /ô/, /ou/, /oi/ VCCCV Words Words Saving the Day 128C
  • Theme: Great IdeasUnit 3 Planner pages 246J–273V pages 274A–301V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme The Old Southwest Theme Putting It in Writing Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary flourish, foreman, limousine, embarked, employee, fulfill, gleefully, promenade, gloated, vigorously, unimaginable, gritted sensational, extravagant, lamented, precarious Word Parts: Base Words Dictionary: Word Origins • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics e Accented Syllables Final / r/ READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Analyze Story Strategy: Monitor Structure Comprehension Skill: Character, Setting, Skill: Draw Conclusions Plot • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation and Pausing Pausing • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING Searching for Gold How the Library Lost Its Books ON LEVEL The Secrets of Old Mesilla ON LEVEL The Great American BEYOND Hometown Homework A Maidu Home BEYOND ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Lazy Acres Wakes Up The Summer of Surprises ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS The Hometown Homework LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Character Sketch Writing Dialogue • Grammar Grammar Action Verbs, Grammar Past and Direct/Indirect Objects Future Tenses: Verbs • Spelling Spelling Words with Spelling Words with e Accented Syllables Final / r/ 246B
  • Real World Reading BU I L D I N G GREEN Unit 3 Planner Comprehension Genre A Nonfiction Article in a newspaper or magazine presents facts and information. Text Structure Cause and Effect A cause is an action that makes something else happen. An effect is the result of a cause. Water-filled drums in a south-facing glass wall absorb heat from the sun and release How can homes be made more it slowly at night to warm this New Mexico environmentally friendly? home in winter. If Earth could talk, it might not call HOME, GREEN HOME everyone’s house “home sweet home.” Recently, a new house built near Instead, it would probably point out that Houston, Texas, was so efficient that it many of our houses are not so “sweet.” didn’t need a furnace. The hot-water They can actually have an adverse effect heater kept the house warm enough in on the health of the planet. Imaginative the relatively mild Texas winter. This, builders are out to change that by combined with reduced air-conditioning dreaming up new ways to make our costs, saved enough money to offset the homes more “green,” a term that means cost of the house’s extra-thick insulation “ecologically friendly.” and high-performance windows. 306 pages 302A–313V pages 314A–335V pages 336A–359V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Energy Theme Archaeology Theme Show Time Test Strategy Author and MeBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Workshop Fictional NarrativeVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary nonrenewable, superstitious, civilized, sponsoring, array, renewable, adverse, prolong, precede, significance, charismatic, generate, apparatus trenches, steadfastly, mimics, despondently, excavate, utensils sleuthing, anonymous Unit 3 Assessment, 43–60 Context Clues Word Parts: Prefixes Analogy: Synonyms ComprehensionPhonics Phonics Phonics Character, Setting, Plot; Final / n/ and / l/ e e Words with Prefixes Adding -ion, -ation Draw Conclusions; Cause and Effect; SummarizeComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Vocabulary Strategies Strategy: Analyze Text Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Structure Comprehension Comprehension Word Parts: Base Words, Prefixes; Dictionary: Skill: Cause and Effect Skill: Summarize Skill: Draw Conclusions Word Origins; Context Clues; Analogy: Synonyms Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Text Features/ Pronunciation Pronunciation Tempo and Pacing Study Skills/ Literary ElementsAPPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING Maps; Question and Energy: Powering Our Buried Palace Brought to Starring Frankie Smithers Answer Format; Study World Light Strategies; Meter and ON LEVEL Consonance; TablesON LEVEL ON LEVEL Will the Show Go On? Energy: Problems and Rock Art from the Stone Age Grammar Solutions BEYOND BEYOND What Happened to the VerbsBEYOND Rediscovery: Cultures Lost Music? Energy: A Bright Future? and Found Writing ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Fictional NarrativeENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS The School Play Energy and Our World Cave Paintings Fluency AssessmentWriting Expository Writing Short Story Writing Scene from a Play Diagnose and Prescribe Grammar Main and Grammar Linking Grammar Irregular Interpret Assessment Helping Verbs/Tenses Verbs, Predicate Nouns, Verbs Results and Adjectives Spelling Words with Spelling Words with Spelling Words with Final / n/ and / l/ e e Prefixes -ion, -ation Great Ideas 246C
  • Theme: AchievementsUnit 4 Planner pages 364J–387V pages 388A–413V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Uncommon Theme Oceanography Champions Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary summit, awesome, formations, wreckage specialists, deteriorated, intact, severed, interior, maturity, guidance, hovering, edgy, clockwise peripheral, typical Context Clues: Synonyms Word Parts: Suffixes • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Words with -ion with Words with -ive, -age, -ize spelling changes READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Evaluate Strategy: Evaluate Skill: Author’s Purpose Skill: Fact and Opinion • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation and Pausing Punctuation • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING The Only Game in Town Eugenie Clark ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Marla Runyan: In It for the Jacques Cousteau Long Run BEYOND BEYOND Robert Ballard: Underwater Seabiscuit: The Horse Adventurer Nobody Wanted ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS The Undersea World Runner Marla Runyan LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Interview Writing Scientific Observation • Grammar Grammar Pronouns and Grammar Subject and Antecedents Object Pronouns • Spelling Spelling Words with Spelling Words with -ion with spelling changes -ive, -age, -ize 364B
  • Real World Reading Unit 4 Planner Comprehension Genre A Nonfiction Article in a newspaper or magazine presents facts and information. Make Inferences and Analyze Compare and Contrast When you look for similarities, you compare things. When you look for SAVING GRACE How could a woman who spent her life doing laundry differences, you contrast them. for others give $150,000 for university scholarships? Oseola McCarty (third from the right) and her family in 1922 F or most of her life, Oseola McCarty of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, did laundry for other people. It seems reasonable to assume that the modest income of a washerwoman would prohibit her from becoming a philanthropist. What people in Hattiesburg could not have guessed was that McCarty would wind up donating a small fortune to the local university. Large donations usually come from wealthy alumni. However, the University of Southern Mississippi announced that Oseola McCarty, then 87 years old, was giving the university $150,000 to finance scholarships for African American students. “I want them to have an education,’’ said McCarty, who never married and had no children of her own. “I had to work hard all my life. They can have the chance that I didn’t have.’’ 418 pages 414A–425V pages 426A–449V pages 450A–475V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Helping Others Theme Cycling Theme Pieces from Test Strategy the Past Author and MeBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Workshop ExpositoryVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary bewildering, moderate, spectators, demonstration, symmetry, arid, benefit, hamper, prohibit, prominent, luxury, prevail, deftly, eaves, accessible maneuvered, collective, furrowed, derision, Unit 4 Assessment, adept ceramics 61–78 Dictionary: Homographs Analogy: Relationships Homophones ComprehensionPhonics Phonics Phonics Evaluate Author’s Prefixes, Suffixes, Base Vowel Alternation Consonant Alternation Purpose; Evaluate Fact Words and Opinion; Compare and Contrast; Identify Fact and Opinion;Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Evaluate Author’s Strategy: Make Strategy: Make Strategy: Evaluate Perspective Inferences and Analyze Inferences and Analyze Skill: Author’s Skill: Compare and Contrast Skill: Fact and Opinion Perspective Vocabulary Strategies Context Clues: Synonyms; Word Parts: Suffixes; Dictionary: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Homographs; Analogy: Tempo and Pacing Tempo and Pacing Punctuation Relationships; HomophonesAPPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING Achievements in Business: Tony Hawk: A Skating Arts and Crafts in Feudal Text Features/ Amadeo Giannini Legend Japan Study Skills/ON LEVEL ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Literary Elements Achievements in Education: Lance Armstrong: Racing Crafts in Medieval Europe Diagrams and Labels; Mary McLeod Bethune Into Bicycling History Hyperbole and BEYOND Dialogue; Parts of aBEYOND BEYOND Building a Cathedral Book; Assonance and Achievements in Health: Jesse Owens: Racing Into Onomatopoeia; Annie Dodge Wauneka History ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Typefaces Crafts in the Middle AgesENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Grammar A Great Leader: Lance Armstrong: Cyclist Pronouns Mary McLeod Bethune and Survivor Writing ExpositoryWriting Expository Writing News Article Writing Magazine Article Grammar Possessive Grammar Indefinite Grammar Pronoun- Pronouns Pronouns Verb Agreement and Fluency Assessment more Pronouns Diagnose and Prescribe Spelling Prefixes, Spelling Words with Spelling Words with Interpret Assessment Suffixes, Base Words Vowel Alternation Consonant Alternation Results Achievements 364C
  • Theme: Turning PointsUnit 5 Planner pages 480J–503V pages 504A–529V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Mentors Theme Smart Thinking Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary reputation, uttered, encounter, victorious, migrant, illegally, grimaced, participate, ruptured, mistreated, ordeals, nourishing, wrath, quickened anticipated, dejectedly Word Parts: Word Word Parts: Latin Roots Families • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Homophones Latin Roots READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Evaluate Strategy: Monitor Skill: Author’s Purpose Comprehension Skill: Compare and Contrast • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation and Pausing Punctuation • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING Rafi’s Secret Zach’s Best Shot ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Micaela Moves Stacey’s Winning Move BEYOND BEYOND Abuela Sews A Fair Trade ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Micaela’s New Friend The Big Decision LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Speech Writing Essay • Grammar Grammar Adjectives Grammar Articles and Demonstrative Adjectives • Spelling Spelling Homophones Spelling Words with Latin Roots 480B
  • Unit 5 Planner pages 530A–541V pages 542A–567V pages 568A–591V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Money Matters Theme Collections Theme Taking a Stand Test Strategy Author and MeBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Workshop DescriptiveVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary economists, continuous, dilapidated, decades, convictions, oppression, chronology, debut, rafters, instinctively, evident, remedies, periodic swiveled, auction, persistent, defiance, decrease, shakily momentum, resonated Unit 5 Assessment, 79–96 Word Parts: Greek Roots Thesaurus/Dictionary: Context Clues: Examples Antonyms Phonics ComprehensionPhonics Phonics Suffixes -ant, -ent, -ance, Author’s Purpose; Greek Roots Suffixes -able, -ible -ence Compare and Contrast; Techniques of Persuasion; MakeComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Judgments; Summarize Strategy: Evaluate Strategy: Evaluate Strategy: Monitor Vocabulary Strategies Skill: Techniques of Skill: Make Judgments Comprehension Word Parts: Word Persuasion Skill: Summarize Families, Latin Roots, Greek Roots; Thesaurus/ Dictionary: Antonyms; Context Clues: Examples Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Pronunciation Intonation/Punctuation Tempo and Pacing Text Features/ Study Skills/APPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING Literary Elements Money Talks 50 Quarters: One for Every Barbara Jordan: One Schedules; Moral andON LEVEL State Woman Taking A Stand Personification; Behind the Scenes at the ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Dictionary/Thesaurus; Treasury The Baseball Hall of Fame César Chávez Photos and Captions; Rhyme, Simile, andBEYOND BEYOND BEYOND Repetition The Stock Market Crash The Smithsonian: Thurgood Marshall: Civil of 1929 America’s Attic Rights Champion GrammarENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Adjectives Making Money at the All About Baseball César Chávez Treasury Writing Descriptive/Compare and ContrastWriting Expository Writing Poem Writing Eyewitness Account Grammar Adjectives Grammar Comparing Grammar Comparing Fluency Assessment that Compare with More and Most with Good and Bad Diagnose and Prescribe Spelling Words with Spelling Words with Spelling Words with Suffixes -able, -ible Suffixes -ant, -ent, -ance, Interpret Assessment Greek Roots Results -ence Turning Points 480C
  • Theme: Yesterday, Today, and TomorrowUnit 6 Planner pages 596J–621V pages 622A–645V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Great Designs Last Theme Time Travel Forever Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary Renaissance, philosopher, immigrated, honorable, elaborate, recommend, tinkering, destination, commissioned, miniature, fidget, formally, glumly, envisioned, proportion unsteady Word Parts: Greek Roots Thesaurus/Dictionary: Synonyms • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Greek and Latin Prefixes Absorbed Prefixes READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Generate Strategy: Generate Questions Questions Skill: Generalizations Skill: Sequence of Events • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Pausing and Intonation Punctuation and • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers Quotation Marks APPROACHING The Taj Mahal APPROACHING Field Trip ON LEVEL Stories on the Ceiling ON LEVEL Speed Dial BEYOND A New Pyramid for Paris BEYOND The Trees of Time Past ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Michelangelo’s Ceiling ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Where Is Carter? LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing How-to Writing Essay • Grammar Grammar Adverbs Grammar Adverbs that Compare • Spelling Spelling Words with Spelling Absorbed Greek and Latin Prefixes Prefixes 596B
  • Real World Reading THESE Unit 6 Planner WALLS Comprehension Genre A Nonfiction Article in a CAN TALK newspaper or magazine presents facts and information. Summarize How did the earliest human Problem and Solution A problem is a situation that beings express themselves needs to be overcome. A solution is how the problem through art? is overcome. These Walls Can Talk I f you’re looking for archaeological finds that really rock, you can travel to Europe, Africa, and Australia to Then, in the pale glow of their headlamps, the explorers noticed two red lines on a cavern wall. Chauvet find some of the earliest examples of the recognized the markings as “characteristic human creative spirit. of the Stone Age.’’ They had discovered an immense archaeological trove EXPLORING and, presumably, a clear window on EUROPE’S CAVES prehistoric life. In 1994, three people exploring a cliff in southeastern France felt a breeze wafting Six days later they returned with from a pile of rock and debris. “That portable lighting and plastic sheets that was a sign that there was a cave beneath they spread about to avoid disturbing it,” recalls Jean-Marie Chauvet. With his artifacts on the cavern floors. Probing companions, Chauvet cleared away an deeper into the cavern system, they opening, then wriggled through a tunnel began coming upon exquisite, intricately into a complex of large caves. detailed wall paintings and engravings of animals, as well as numerous images 650 pages 646A–657V pages 658A–683V pages 684A–709V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Keeping In Touch Theme Print, Past and Theme Volcanoes, Past and Test Strategy Present Present On My OwnBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Workshop ExplanatoryVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary anthropologists, established, scribes, dwelling, ambitious, presumably, portable, guilds, obstacles, alloy, lounge, pondering, nuisance, immense penniless, privileged, drowsy, revived, Unit 6 Assessment, manuscripts agonized, vapors 97–114 Word Parts: Latin and Word Parts: Latin Roots Dictionary: Multiple- Greek Word Parts Meaning Words Comprehension Make Generalizations;Phonics Phonics Phonics Sequence of Events; Greek Suffixes Words from Mythology Words from Around the Problem and Solution; World Text Structure: Description; Analyze ThemeComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Generate Strategy: Summarize Vocabulary Strategies Skill: Problem and Questions Skill: Analyze Theme Greek Roots, Latin Roots, Solution Skill: Description Latin/Greek Word Parts; Thesaurus/Dictionary: Synonyms, Multiple- Meaning Words Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Pronunciation Tempo and Pacing Intonation and Pausing Text Features/ Study Skills/APPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING Literary Elements Talking Pictures: Signs, Stories Told Through the River of Destruction Primary Source; Symbols, and Writing Ages Hyperlink and Keyword; Systems ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Eruption of the Mountain Functional Documents;ON LEVEL Spread the Word— Rhyme Schemes, Talking Pictures: A Mystery Become a Publisher BEYOND Rhythmic Patterns, and in Peru Besieged by Lava Personification; Graphic BEYOND AidsBEYOND From Papyrus to Paper ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Talking Pictures: The Escape from the Volcano Grammar Mayan Mystery ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Adverbs How to Be a PublisherENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Writing Pictures in the Desert ExplanatoryWriting Expository Writing Explanation Writing Explanation Grammar Negatives Grammar Prepositional Grammar Sentence Fluency Assessment Phrases Combining Diagnose and Prescribe Spelling Greek Suffixes Spelling Words from Spelling Words from Interpret Assessment Mythology Around the World Results Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow 596C