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Reading Street - Unit 1 - Week 4 Powerpoint

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Reading Street - Unit 1 - Week 4 Powerpoint

  1. 1. Satchel Paige By Lesa Cline-Ransome Week 1.4
  2. 2. Day 1 – Facing Personal Challenges  How do we face personal challenges?  Video – http://www.history.com/topics/black- history/black-history-month/videos/jackie- robinson-breaks-barriers
  3. 3. Personal Challenges  What types of barriers do we have in the pictures above?  What traits are important in order to overcome personal challenges?
  4. 4. Concept Map Read Aloud: Teammates Amazing Words: barrier, hardships, hostility, endured Jackie Robinson endured verbal abuse, isolation, and death threats. What does endured mean? What challenges might you have endured if you moved to a new town? How we face personal challenges Physical Barriers Social Barriers Important Traits How people overcome challenges
  5. 5. Amazing Words Chart barrier hardship hostility endured An obstacle that prevents movement forward. Also a situation that prevents progress. Severe suffering. Behaving with unkindness and hatred toward others. To suffer something painful or difficult patiently. deprivationhurdle, obstacle hatred, loathing undergo, experience
  6. 6. Comprehension Skill: Fact and Opinion Comprehension Strategy: Questioning
  7. 7. Vocabulary  Read through the vocabulary words and definitions for this week.  Write each word in a sentence. Make sure the vocabulary word makes sense in your sentence!
  8. 8. **Research and Inquiry – Planning Day 1: Spelling – Adding –ed and -ing Pre-test Spelling City Conventions – Compound and Complex Sentences Worksheet Grammar 4 Start in small group finish in center time Handwriting – Complete the next two pages in your cursive packet
  9. 9. Day 2 – Content Knowledge Oral Language  “The first baseman has done nothing to provoke the hostility except that he sought to be treated equal.” – “Teammates”  What does hostility mean?  What kinds of hostility did Jackie Robinson face as the first African American professional baseball player?  Why do you think the author use the word hostility rather than another work like anger?
  10. 10. Concept Map Amazing Words: ambition strive Look at the photographs on page 110-111. You need ambition to be a world class athlete like the jumper in the photograph or like Jackie Robinson. However, you have to work hard too. Having a strong desire isn’t enough. What do you think ambition means? Discuss with a partner: Who do you know with ambition? What are some barriers people face to get to a goal? How we face personal challenges Physical Barriers Social Barriers Important Traits How people overcome challenges
  11. 11. Amazing Words Chart ambition strive strong desire to do or achieve something, typically requiring determination and hard work. make great efforts to achieve or obtain a goal attempt, aimaspiration, goal
  12. 12. Word Analysis – Shades of Meaning  Sometimes two words have very similar meanings. These shades of meanings can be understood best by using each word in context.  A dancing dog is uncommon, but a dancing mouse would be unique!  Explain the shades of meaning of the words uncommon and unique.  Try the shades of meaning with mocking and teasing with a partner in the sentence below.  Her teasing manner sometimes makes me laugh. His mocking voice sounds mean.
  13. 13. Literary Terms – Idioms  An idiom is a phrase or expression that has accepted meaning outside the literal meanings of the words. For example, when we say a job is a “piece of cake” we mean the job can be done easily. The meaning doesn’t have anything to do with cake.  Look at “Play Ball!” on page 115. In the passage it says that a great player has “a style that stands out.” What does “stands out” mean here?  Does it have anything to do with standing?  In Satchel Paige the author says, “it would land somewhere in the middle of next week” when talking about a player hitting a ball.  Discuss and write in your spiral with a partner:  would the ball really end up in the middle of next week?  what does this mean?
  14. 14. Vocabulary Skill: Antonyms  Read Play Ball on page 115 with a partner.  When reading, you can use antonyms to determine the meanings of words. Antonyms are words that have the opposite meaning of another word.  If you read a word you don’t know try to look for an antonym or context clues.
  15. 15.  Satchel Paige is a biography. A biography tells about a real persons life.  Authors create a third- person narrative based on true incidents when writing a biography.  Read page 116-125
  16. 16. Research and Inquiry - Centers Spelling – Get on Spelling City and play a game to practice your spelling words Vocabulary – Complete Worksheet 79 – Antonyms Compound and complex sentences – WS 33
  17. 17. Day 3 – Content Knowledge Oral Language  How do we face personal challenges?  “Back in 1923, when Gibson and Satch were teammates on the Pittsburgh Crawfords, they were considered a mighty powerful duo.” – Satchel Paige, 125  What does might powerful mean?  what other phrases could we use in place of mighty powerful?
  18. 18. Concept Map Amazing Words: vigor devotion Satchel Paige had real vigor going from town to town and playing game after game. What do you think vigor means? How did Satchel Paige show vigor? In your reading spiral, write about someone you know who has vigor. How we face personal challenges Physical Barriers Social Barriers Important Traits How people overcome challenges
  19. 19. Amazing Words Chart vigor devotion physical strength and good health Love, loyalty, or enthusiasm for a person, activity, or cause loyalty, faithfulness strength, hardiness
  20. 20.  Satchel Paige is a biography. A biography tells about a real persons life.  Who is Josh Gibson?  What is the “second career” that Paige began in 1941?  Read pages 126-131
  21. 21. Research and Study Skills  What resources can we use to learn about current events?  A newspaper contains current new and information. It is broken into different sections.  An article is a newspaper story. Three types of articles are news articles, feature stories, and editorials.  A head line will tell what an article is about.  Work on WS 80 and 81.
  22. 22. **Research and Inquiry - News-O-Matic – read the article of the day and complete the comprehension questions. Think Critically – Answer the think Critically questions on page 130 in your reading spirals
  23. 23. Day 4 – Content Knowledge Oral Language  How do we face personal challenges?  “Sometimes he joined his teammates on rickety buses, bumping along on roads studded with potholes so deep, players would have to hold on to their seats (and stomachs) just to keep from spilling into the aisles.” - Satchel Paige p. 123  What is a synonym for rickety?  What other word could we use for studded to describe the road and the potholes?  What does the idiom hold on to their stomachs mean?
  24. 24. Concept Map Amazing Words: discipline resist “It takes lots of discipline to practice baseball for long hours without complaining.” What does discipline mean here? Do you think traveling as much as Satchel did requires discipline? Discuss with a partner what you think resist means. How we face personal challenges Physical Barriers Social Barriers Important Traits How people overcome challenges
  25. 25. Amazing Words Chart discipline resist training to obey rules or a certain behavior to withstand, strive against, or oppose withstandtraining, regulation
  26. 26. Social Studies in Reading  What we read is structured differently depending on the author’s reasons for writing and what kind of information he or she wishes to convey.  Different types of texts are called genres.  What is a biography?  The story of someone’s life or a part of it.  How are the events of a person’s life usually arranged in a biography?  sequential order  If I wanted to create a time line of a famous athlete’s life. What events would I include?  birth, death, major awards or accomplishments
  27. 27. Vocabulary Skill - Antonyms Bill used to be an amateur baseball player, but now he’s a professional player. How, he is paid. Professional is to paid as amateur is to _________. This is called an antonym analogy. Use two of the vocabulary words below to come up with your own antonym analogy. unpaid
  28. 28. Media Literacy  Sports Center Top 10  https://www.youtube .com/watch?v=wluw _t9IQsw  Sports casters focus on highlights and dramatic moments of the game rather than every small detail.  What do the sports casters need to know in order to do their job?  Complete the Practice it!
  29. 29. **Research and Inquiry - Spelling – practice your spelling words on spelling city Conventions – complete WS 83 and turn it into the reading drawer Type to Learn – work on your typing for 15 minutes.
  30. 30. Day 5 – Content Knowledge Oral language  This week you have learned ten amazing words: barrier hardships, hostility, endured, ambition, strive, vigor, devotion, resist, discipline.  Use these words and our concept map to answer the Question of the Week, How do we face personal challenges? How we face personal challenges Physical Barriers Social Barriers Important Traits How people overcome challenges Injury or disability discrimination ambition work hard Strong opponents hostility discipline strive for change hardships strive to improve
  31. 31. Concept Map  Discuss with a partner-  Use the concept map and what you have learned from this week’s discussions and reading selections to form and – a realization or big idea about meeting challenges.  In your spiral write down a few sentences about your beginning with, “This week I learned…” How we face personal challenges Physical Barriers Social Barriers Important Traits How people overcome challenges Injury or disability discrimination ambition work hard Strong opponents hostility discipline strive for change hardships strive to improve
  32. 32. REVIEW Comprehension Skill: Fact and Opinion  A fact states something that:  Happens  A lunar eclipse happens when the moon aligns exactly with the sun and Earth.  has happened or is certain to be true  Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence.  is real or exists  The sun is a star.  An opinion states something:  believed to have occurred  The mother gave her child chores because she was angry.  believed to exist  The bus stop close to my house was built so I wouldn’t miss the bus again.  believed to be true  Grandma and Grandpa love me the most. o Work on WS page 35 on your own.
  33. 33. REVIEW  Vocabulary Skill: Antonyms  You can use known antonyms to produce analogies.  Analogies can help you understand a word’s meaning.  It is easy for me to bike on smooth surfaces, but it is more difficult to bike on a rough surface such as gravel.  What are the two sets of antonyms?  Easy/difficult smooth/rough  What is an analogy we could make using these antonyms?  Easy is to difficult as smooth is to rough.  Look back at the analogies we made for two of our vocabulary words yesterday. Create two more by looking up the words and using their antonyms.
  34. 34. REVIEW  Word Analysis: Shades of Meaning  Shades of meaning refers to the differences in meaning between two words with very similar meanings  For example confident means self-assured and bold means risk-taking.  Both words are similar, but have different definitions.  With a partner define the words weakness, feebleness and frailty.  Then check your definition in the dictionary.
  35. 35. REVIEW  Literary Terms: Idioms  An idiom is a phrase or expression with an accepted meaning outside the literal meanings of the words.  In Satchel Paige on page 123 the author said “ate on the road.” What did the author really mean here?  In your spiral read back through Satchel Paige. Create a chart like the one below and record 5 idioms in the story. Idioms Meaning • Ate on the road They ate their meals while driving to their next location.
  36. 36. Test – Satchel Paige  Online Test  internal.usd497.org  Select Reading Street  Select Assignments  Select Satchel Paige Test
  37. 37. **Research and Inquiry - Spelling – Take post test on spelling city. Show Miss Collins when you are finished Conventions – Complete WS 36

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