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Ten Mile Day
By Mary Ann Fraser
Week 1.5
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Day 1 – What challenges do immigrants
encounter?
 What are the immigrants in this picture doing?
 What does the Statue...
+ Concept Map
Read Aloud: Journey to
Ellis Island
Amazing Words:
immigration
Ellis Island
belongings
anxiously
In “Journey...
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Comprehension Skill: Cause and Effect
Comprehension Strategy: Text Structure
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Vocabulary
 Plants and trees could not grow in the barren field.
 What do you think a barren field looks like?
+ Vocabulary
barren deafening lurched
unable to
produce much
or any plant life
stunningly loud leaned or
rolled suddenly
l...
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Spelling – Take your Pretest on Spelling City!
Then write down your words in your spiral.
Conventions – Finish working o...
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Day 2 – Content Knowledge
Oral Language
 9 Facts you might not know about Ellis Island -
http://www.history.com/news/9-...
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Concept Map
Amazing Words:
allegiance
emblem
Is the Statue of Liberty an
emblem of the freedom
found in America?
What do...
+ Vocabulary
previous prying
coming or
being before
moving or
forcing open;
searching too
curiously
inquisitivepreceding
s...
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Word Analysis: Suffix -ing
 The Old English suffix –ing can be added to a verb. It signals that an action is happening
...
+ Literary Terms: Sensory Details
 Sensory details are words that help the reader experience the way
things look, sound, ...
+ Vocabulary Skill: Multiple-Meaning Words
 After you have read
“A New Place To Live”
pretend you are a
construction work...
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 Expository text tells about
real people and events. An
exposition is an explanation.
 Expository texts explain the
na...
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Spelling – Practice your spelling words by playing a game
on Spelling City!
Vocabulary – Worksheet 90
News-o-matic – Rea...
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Day 3 – Content Knowledge
Oral Language
 Transcontinental Railroad
http://www.history.com/topics/inventions/transcontin...
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Concept Map
Amazing Words:
sustenance
adversity
Yesterday we read about
how hard the laborers
worked to lay ten miles of...
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 Expository text tells about real
people and events.
 Why did the three men rush to
the end of the rails as the
supply...
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Spelling – Quietly practice writing your spelling words
on a dry erase board with a partner.
Conventions – Finish Common...
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Day 4 – Content Knowledge
Oral Vocabulary
 Coming to America
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfvRxpPlYC0
 “With the co...
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Concept Map
Amazing Word:
established
homeland
In the reading Ten Mile
Day, you can tell that the
workers have establish...
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21st Century Skills
 Technology is all around us. What types of technology do we use
every day?
 What is e-mail? How d...
+ Vocab and Listening
 Adage
 An adage is a short but
memorable saying that expresses
a meaningful idea. For example,
“A...
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Spelling – Get on Spelling City and practice your words
with a spelling game.
Conventions – WS 94
Vocabulary - Center
+ Day 5 – Content Knowledge
Oral Language
 This week you have learned
ten Amazing Words related to
challenges encountered...
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REVIEW
 Comprehension Skill – Cause and Effect
 A cause is what makes something happen. An effect is what
happens as t...
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REVIEW
 Vocabulary Skill – Multiple-Meaning Words
 Multiple-meaning words are words that have the same spelling but
di...
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REVIEW
 Word Analysis – Suffix –ing
 The old English suffix –ing can be used to signal a continuous action.
It can als...
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REVIEW
 Literary Terms – Sensory Details
 Sensory details help the read experience the way things look, sound,
smell, ...
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Spelling – Take your post test on Spelling City!
Type to learn – Work on your typing for 15 minutes.
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  1. 1. + Ten Mile Day By Mary Ann Fraser Week 1.5
  2. 2. + Day 1 – What challenges do immigrants encounter?  What are the immigrants in this picture doing?  What does the Statue of Liberty stand for?  What do you think these immigrants are thinking about?  Arrival at Ellis Island - http://www.history.com/topics/ellis- island/videos/arrival-at-ellis-island
  3. 3. + Concept Map Read Aloud: Journey to Ellis Island Amazing Words: immigration Ellis Island belongings anxiously In “Journey to Ellis Island,” we read about immigration officials. What context clues tell me the meaning of this word? Discuss with a partner: Why might people seek immigration to a new country? What do you think immigration officials do at Ellis Island? Challenges immigrants encounter New country New language New culture Missing their homeland
  4. 4. + Comprehension Skill: Cause and Effect Comprehension Strategy: Text Structure
  5. 5. + Vocabulary  Plants and trees could not grow in the barren field.  What do you think a barren field looks like?
  6. 6. + Vocabulary barren deafening lurched unable to produce much or any plant life stunningly loud leaned or rolled suddenly loudunproductive stagger
  7. 7. + Spelling – Take your Pretest on Spelling City! Then write down your words in your spiral. Conventions – Finish working on Grammar pg 5 after your guided reading group time. handwriting – complete the next two pages in your cursive packet.
  8. 8. + Day 2 – Content Knowledge Oral Language  9 Facts you might not know about Ellis Island - http://www.history.com/news/9-things-you-may-not-know-about- ellis-island  “There were rows and rows of wooden benches crowded with men, women, and children and their bundles of belongings.” – ”Journey to Ellis Island”  What does belongings mean?  What belongings would immigrants bring with them?  What words could be used in place of belongings?
  9. 9. + Concept Map Amazing Words: allegiance emblem Is the Statue of Liberty an emblem of the freedom found in America? What do you think emblem means? Brainstorm and write: With a partner think of emblems you see at school, or at a sporting event. Create a list in your reading spiral. Challenges immigrants encounter New country New language New culture Missing their homeland
  10. 10. + Vocabulary previous prying coming or being before moving or forcing open; searching too curiously inquisitivepreceding surveying looking over or viewing observe
  11. 11. + Word Analysis: Suffix -ing  The Old English suffix –ing can be added to a verb. It signals that an action is happening and is continuing to happen.  Words with the suffix –ing can also be used as adjectives, or words that describe (the baking cookies)  Create a chart in your reading spiral like the one below.  Determine the meaning of words with the –ing suffix by using the words as verbs and adjectives.  Some words are typically used as verbs, while others are normally used as adjectives.
  12. 12. + Literary Terms: Sensory Details  Sensory details are words that help the reader experience the way things look, sound, smell, taste, or feel  Find some sensory details in this quote:  “The hall was hot and stuffy, and it echoed with noise – babies crying, people talking anxiously to each other in many different languages, and officials calling out names.” – “Journey to Ellis Island”  What sensory details did you notice?  Is there other sensory details in the following paragraph?
  13. 13. + Vocabulary Skill: Multiple-Meaning Words  After you have read “A New Place To Live” pretend you are a construction worker building a skyscraper. Create your own journal entry describing what you see and hear as you work. Use the words from the Words to Know list.  Words to know: barren, deafening, prying, lurched, previous, surveying.
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  15. 15. +  Expository text tells about real people and events. An exposition is an explanation.  Expository texts explain the nature of people, events, or things in the real world.  Look at the title and illustrations. What do you predict will happen?
  16. 16. + Spelling – Practice your spelling words by playing a game on Spelling City! Vocabulary – Worksheet 90 News-o-matic – Read a news article of your choosing from News-o-matic. Fill in the News-O-Matic summary sheet!
  17. 17. + Day 3 – Content Knowledge Oral Language  Transcontinental Railroad http://www.history.com/topics/inventions/transcontinental-railroad  “As the supply train was unloaded, three men rushed to the end of the rails, what they called the end o’ track. The three pioneers scrambled ahead to the first loose ties. Then they began lifting, prying, and shoving to the center the bare tires on the grade.” – Ten Mile Day p. 150  Why does the author call the men “the three pioneers”?  What are the ties that the author is referring to?  What are the men doing when they are “lifting, prying, and shoving to center the ties”?
  18. 18. + Concept Map Amazing Words: sustenance adversity Yesterday we read about how hard the laborers worked to lay ten miles of track in a day. They will need food for sustenance to help them work. What do you think sustenance means? What are some examples? Challenges immigrants encounter New country New language New culture Missing their homeland
  19. 19. +  Expository text tells about real people and events.  Why did the three men rush to the end of the rails as the supply train was unloaded? What is the effect of their actions?  Once the supplies were unloaded and put into place, what was the order of the groups of workers?
  20. 20. + Spelling – Quietly practice writing your spelling words on a dry erase board with a partner. Conventions – Finish Common, Proper, and Collective Nouns WS 42 Type to Learn – Work on type to learn for 10 minutes.
  21. 21. + Day 4 – Content Knowledge Oral Vocabulary  Coming to America https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfvRxpPlYC0  “With the completion of another two miles of track, the second supply train pulled back to the siding and the third train steamed forward, belching thick clouds of black smoke.” –The Ten Mile Day p. 154  This sentence says “the third train steamed forward.” What other words can we use in place of steamed?  Train engines ran on wood or coal, which when burned produced ash, smoke, and steam. Sometimes we use the idiom run out of steam. What do you think this idiom means?
  22. 22. + Concept Map Amazing Word: established homeland In the reading Ten Mile Day, you can tell that the workers have established a good routine for laying the tracks What is the meaning of the word established? How would you know if a routine had been established? Challenges immigrants encounter New country New language New culture Missing their homeland
  23. 23. + 21st Century Skills  Technology is all around us. What types of technology do we use every day?  What is e-mail? How does it work?  What are ways we can keep in touch with a friend who moved away?  Let’s compare e-mail and regular mail. Copy the Venn diagram below in your reading spiral.
  24. 24. + Vocab and Listening  Adage  An adage is a short but memorable saying that expresses a meaningful idea. For example, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away” means that eating healthy foods will keep you healthy.  Practice It!  Read through Ten Mile Day with a partner and try to find several adages. Explain the meaning and how they apply to the story.  Job Advertisement  A job advertisement is a public notice that gives information about a job.  With a partner create a descriptive, detailed ad for a job with the Central Pacific Railroad Company. Discuss where to place your ad – newspaper, radio, TV or the Internet – and explain why. use information from Ten Mile Day to help you create your job advertisement.
  25. 25. + Spelling – Get on Spelling City and practice your words with a spelling game. Conventions – WS 94 Vocabulary - Center
  26. 26. + Day 5 – Content Knowledge Oral Language  This week you have learned ten Amazing Words related to challenges encountered by immigrants.  immigration, Ellis Island, belongings, anxiously, allegiance, emblem, sustenance, adversity, established, homeland.  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 challenges immigrants encounter.  In your spiral write down a few sentences about your beginning with, “This week I learned…” Challenges immigrants encounter New country New language New culture Missing their homeland new allegiance speak clothing adversity new emblems understand food limited belongings new government read customs
  27. 27. + REVIEW  Comprehension Skill – Cause and Effect  A cause is what makes something happen. An effect is what happens as the result of the cause.  Look back through Ten Mile Day. Find an example of cause and effect with a partner.  Make sure you identify whether the cause or the effect is listed first in the text.  Extra Practice – WS 44
  28. 28. + REVIEW  Vocabulary Skill – Multiple-Meaning Words  Multiple-meaning words are words that have the same spelling but different meanings.  Use context clues to help determine which meaning is being used.  Use a drill to make a hole in this board.  Our teacher will drill us on multiplication tables over and over again.  What does drill mean in each of these sentences?  What context clues are there in each sentence?
  29. 29. + REVIEW  Word Analysis – Suffix –ing  The old English suffix –ing can be used to signal a continuous action. It can also be used to describe.  Create a chart like the one below in your spiral. Write the meaning of each of the –ing words. Word Meaning embracing forbidding following aching deafening
  30. 30. + REVIEW  Literary Terms – Sensory Details  Sensory details help the read experience the way things look, sound, smell, taste, or feel.  Create the chart below in your spiral. As I reread “Journey to Ellis Island” listen and write down sensory details in the correct column. See Hear Smell Taste Feel
  31. 31. + Spelling – Take your post test on Spelling City! Type to learn – Work on your typing for 15 minutes.

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