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  1. 1. The Mystery of the Missing Lunch<br />Introduction<br />MacMillan/McGraw-Hill Treasures<br />4th Grade – Unit 1 – Week 1<br />Created by Teresa Wilson – Desert Palms Elem. – June 2010<br />
  2. 2. OBJECTIVES<br />Today we will…<br /><ul><li> Read a mystery
  3. 3. Make inferences and analyze text to </li></ul> come to a conclusion about the plot <br /> or characters<br /><ul><li> Identify the problem and solution in </li></ul> the story <br />
  4. 4. VOCABULARY REVIEW<br /><ul><li>Assignments</li></ul>Assignmentsare tasks to complete.<br /><ul><li>Consideration</li></ul> Giving something consideration means taking <br /> time to think about it.<br /><ul><li>Accuse</li></ul> To accuse someone is to say that the person <br /> did something wrong.<br /><ul><li>Suspicious</li></ul> When something is suspicious to you, it makes <br /> you feel distrustful.<br />
  5. 5. VOCABULARY REVIEW<br /><ul><li> Evidence</li></ul>Evidence is used to show whether something is <br /> true.<br /><ul><li>Consume</li></ul> When you consume something, you use it up or <br /> eat it.<br /><ul><li>Allergies</li></ul>Allergiesare physical symptoms caused by <br /> the body’s overreaction to things.<br />
  6. 6. GENRE: Mystery<br /><ul><li>A mystery is a story in which the </li></ul> characters and the reader must use <br /> clues to find the explanation for a <br /> troubling event.<br /><ul><li> In the beginning, the author describes a </li></ul> puzzling situation.<br /><ul><li> The characters in the story try to find </li></ul> out who did something or how it<br /> happened.<br />
  7. 7. STRATEGY: Make Inferences<br /><ul><li> Authors do not always directly tell the reader </li></ul> everything that is happening in a story.<br /><ul><li> Good readers use their own prior knowledge </li></ul> and clues from the text to make inferences, <br /> or draw reasonable conclusions about the <br /> characters and the plot.<br /><ul><li> To make inferences, readers analyze, or think </li></ul> critically about, the characters’ experiences <br /> and compare these to their own experiences.<br />
  8. 8. SKILL: Problem and Solution<br /><ul><li> In most plots, the main </li></ul> character has a <br /> problem that he or she <br /> takes actions to solve.<br /><ul><li> By the end of the </li></ul> story, the character <br /> usually finds a solution <br /> to the problem.<br />
  9. 9. PREVIEW & PREDICT<br />When I say “Go”, take 1 minute to preview the illustrations. <br />Ask yourself:<br /><ul><li> What could the problem be?
  10. 10. How might it get solved?</li></ul>On your index card, write yourpredictions. After we listen to the selection, we will see if your <br />questions were answered. <br />
  11. 11. FOCUS QUESTION<br /> Read to find out…<br />Can you solve the mystery<br /> before Ramon does?<br />NOW…you will read alongas we listen to….<br />
  12. 12. The Mystery of the Missing Lunch<br />
  13. 13. Let’s Check our Predictions!<br /><ul><li>Share with your criss-cross/shoulder partner your predictions. Were they correct?
  14. 14. Were you able to solve the mystery before Ramon did?</li></ul>TOMORROW WE WILL…<br /><ul><li>Use our “Problem and Solution Chart” to answer the Comprehension Check questions on page 37.</li></li></ul><li>SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT….<br /><ul><li> Think about a time </li></ul> when you lost something.<br /><ul><li> How did you try to find </li></ul> it?<br />

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