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1.3 grandfather's journey

  1. 1. Big Question: What can we learn about the United States as we travel? AUTHOR: ALLEN SAY GENRE: HISTORICAL FICTION
  2. 2. Review Games Story Sort Vocabulary Words:  Arcade Games  Study Stack  Spelling City: Vocabulary  Spelling City: Spelling Words
  3. 3. Small Group Timer
  4. 4. Spelling Words Long e & o
  5. 5.              sweet each three least freedom below throat float foam flown greet season croak  shallow  eagle  indeed  rainbow  grown  seaweed  hollow  Halloween  speedometer  underneath  seacoast  cocoa
  6. 6. Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words        amazed bewildered homeland longed sculptures still towering More Words to Know  seacoast  steamship  coast  lush  route
  7. 7. Big Question: What can we learn about the United States as we travel?  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday
  8. 8. Monday Question of the Day What can we learn about the United States as we travel?
  9. 9. Today we will learn about:  Build Concepts  Sequence  Graphic Organizers  Build Background  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Tempo and Rate  Grammar: Subjects and Predicates  Spelling: Long e & o  Traveling America
  10. 10. Fluency Model Tempo & Rate
  11. 11. Fluency: Model Tempo & Rate  Listen as I read “Going Places.”  As I read, notice how I use an appropriate tempo and reading rate to make the selection easier for listeners to understand.  Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
  12. 12. Fluency: Model Tempo & Rate  If you were traveling east to west across the United States, what would you see just before the lush valleys of California?  How is information in the selection organized?
  13. 13. Concept Vocabulary  coast – the land along the sea  lush – having thick growth; covered with growing things  route – way to go; road  Next Slide
  14. 14. coast
  15. 15. lush
  16. 16. route
  17. 17. Concept Vocabulary ( T O A D D I N F O R M AT I O N T O T H E G R A P H I C O R G A N I Z E R , C L I C K O N E N D S H O W, T Y P E I N Y O U R N E W I N F O R M AT I O N , A N D S AV E Y O U R C H A N G E S . )
  18. 18. Build Concept Vocabulary coast, lush, route Places Traveling America Equipment
  19. 19. Sequence Turn to page 66 - 67.
  20. 20. Prior Knowledge Think about how life in other countries is like and unlike life in the United States and what it is like to move to a new country. Possible Difficulties Good Experiences
  21. 21. Vocabulary Words
  22. 22. Vocabulary Words  amazed – surprised greatly; struck with sudden wonder; astounded  bewildered – completely confused; puzzled  homeland - country that is your home; your native land
  23. 23. Vocabulary Words  longed – wished very much; desired greatly  sculptures – works of art created by carving, modeling, casting, etc.  still – to make or become calm or quiet  towering – very high
  24. 24. More Words to Know  seacoast – land along the sea; seaboard  steamship – ship moved by engines that work by the action of steam under pressure  (Next Slide)
  25. 25. sculptures
  26. 26. seacoast
  27. 27. steamship
  28. 28. Grammar Subjects & Predicates
  29. 29.  The hot springs at yellowstone national park is amazing  The hot springs at Yellowstone National Park are amazing.  we saw a eagel. At our campsite  We saw an eagle at our campsite.
  30. 30. Subjects and Predicates  The Pacific Ocean astonished him.  The words underlined once are the complete subject. It tells whom or what the sentence is about.  The words underlined twice are the complete predicate. It tells what the subject is or does.
  31. 31. Subjects and Predicates  Every sentence has a subject and a predicate.  The subject is the part of the sentence that tells whom or what the sentence is about.  All the words in the subject are called the complete subject.
  32. 32. Subjects and Predicates  The simple subject is the most important word in the complete subject.  A simple subject can be more than one word, as in San Francisco.  Complete Subject: My grandfather from Japan traveled to California.  Simple Subject: My grandfather from Japan traveled to California.
  33. 33. Subjects and Predicates  The predicate is the part of the sentence that tells what the subject is or does.  All the words in the predicate are called the complete predicate.  The simple predicate, or verb, is the most important word in the complete predicate.
  34. 34. Subjects and Predicates  A simple predicate can be more than one word, as in had lived.  Complete Predicate: My grandfather from Japan traveled to California.  Simple Predicate: My grandfather from Japan traveled to California.
  35. 35. Subjects and Predicates  A compound subject is made up of two or more simple subjects.  A compound predicate is made up of two or more simple predicates.  Compound Subject: My sister and I were born in Japan.  Compound Predicate: We live and work in the United States.
  36. 36. Subjects and Predicates Underline the complete subject of each sentence once. Underline the complete predicate twice.  My grandfather came from Japan.  My grandfather came from Japan.  He explored North America and settled in San Francisco.  He explored North America and settled in San Francisco.
  37. 37. Subjects and Predicates Underline the complete subject of each sentence once. Underline the complete predicate twice.  His wife and daughter were born in Japan.  His wife and daughter were born in Japan.  A terrible war destroyed his city.  A terrible war destroyed his city.
  38. 38. Subjects and Predicates Underline the simple subject of each sentence once. Underline the simple predicate twice.  San Francisco was his favorite American city.  San Francisco was his favorite American City.
  39. 39. Subjects and Predicates Underline the simple subject of each sentence once. Underline the simple predicate twice.  America’s huge prairies reminded him of the ocean.  America’s huge prairies reminded him of the ocean.
  40. 40. Subjects and Predicates Underline the simple subject of each sentence once. Underline the simple predicate twice.  America has welcomed people from other lands.  America has welcomed people from other lands.
  41. 41. Subjects and Predicates Underline the simple subject of each sentence once. Underline the simple predicate twice.  This story will tell people about my grandfather’s life.  This story will tell people about my grandfather’s life.
  42. 42. Spelling Words Long e & o
  43. 43.              sweet each three least freedom below throat float foam flown greet season croak  shallow  eagle  indeed  rainbow  grown  seaweed  hollow  Halloween  speedometer  underneath  seacoast  cocoa
  44. 44. Tuesday Question of the Day Why do you think traveling in the United States made the grandfather long to see even more?
  45. 45. Today we will learn about:  Dictionary/Glossary  Sequence  Graphic Organizers  Main Idea  Vocabulary  Fluency: Choral Reading  Grammar: Subjects and Predicates  Spelling: Long e & o  Social Studies: California’s Geography  San Francisco  Traveling America
  46. 46. Vocabulary Strategy: Multiple Meaning Words TURN TO PAGES 68 -69.
  47. 47. Grandfather’s Journey TURN TO PAGES 70 - 77.
  48. 48. Fluency Choral Reading
  49. 49. Fluency: Choral Reading  Turn to page 76.  As I read, notice how I pause after phrases and between sentences. Notice how my tempo matches the slow, thoughtful pace of the writing.  Now we will practice together as a class by doing three choral readings of this page.
  50. 50. Grammar Subjects & Predicates
  51. 51.  mr and mrs kim entertained us in san francisco  Mr. and Mrs. Kim entertained us in San Francisco.  they were at the air port to great us  They were at the airport to greet us.
  52. 52. Subjects and Predicates  Every sentence has a subject and a predicate.  The subject is the part of the sentence that tells whom or what the sentence is about.
  53. 53. Subjects and Predicates  The predicate is the part of the sentence that tells what the subject is or does.  A sentence that is missing a subject or a predicate is called a sentence fragment.
  54. 54. Spelling Words Long e & o
  55. 55.              sweet each three least freedom below throat float foam flown greet season croak  shallow  eagle  indeed  rainbow  grown  seaweed  hollow  Halloween  speedometer  underneath  seacoast  cocoa
  56. 56. Wednesday Question of the Day What do you think the author of Grandfather’s Journey would say are some positive and negative effects of moving to a new place?
  57. 57. Today we will learn about:  Dictionary/Glossary  Graphic Organizers  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Tempo and Rate  Grammar: Subjects and Predicates  Spelling: Long e & o  Social Studies: Wartime Conditions  Traveling America
  58. 58. Grandfather’s Journey TURN TO PAGES 78 - 82.
  59. 59. Fluency Model Tempo & Rate
  60. 60. Fluency: Tempo & Rate  Turn to page 81.  As I read, notice how my tempo matches the mood of the writing.  Now we will practice together as a class by doing three choral readings.
  61. 61. Grammar Subjects & Predicates
  62. 62.  what a amazing sity san fancisco is  What an amazing city San Francisco is!  my dad, my mom, my brother, and I. Went to chinatown.  My dad, my mom, my brother, and I went to Chinatown.
  63. 63. Subjects and Predicates  Every sentence has a subject and a predicate.  The subject is the part of the sentence that tells whom or what the sentence is about.
  64. 64. Subjects and Predicates  The predicate is the part of the sentence that tells what the subject is or does.  A sentence that is missing a subject or a predicate is called a sentence fragment.
  65. 65. Spelling Words Long e & o
  66. 66.              sweet each three least freedom below throat float foam flown greet season croak  shallow  eagle  indeed  rainbow  grown  seaweed  hollow  Halloween  speedometer  underneath  seacoast  cocoa
  67. 67. Thursday Question of the Day Why do you think Allen Say’s grandfather was fascinated by his journey through America?
  68. 68. Today we will learn about:  Online Reference Sources/Text Features  Reading Across Texts  Fluency: Partner Reading  Grammar: Subjects and Predicates  Spelling: Long e & o  Social Studies: Follow the Adventure
  69. 69. Reading Online: A Look at Two Lands TURN TO PAGES 84 - 87.
  70. 70. Fluency Partner Reading
  71. 71. Fluency: Partner Reading  Turn to page 81.  Read these paragraphs with a partner three times using appropriate tempo and rate. Offer one another feedback.
  72. 72. Grammar Subjects & Predicates
  73. 73.  mr sakato, our neighbor, was borned in japan  Mr. Sakato, our neighbor, was born in Japan.  he speaks english, he speaks and write japanese  He speaks English. He speaks and writes Japanese.
  74. 74. Subjects and Predicates  Every sentence has a subject and a predicate.  The subject is the part of the sentence that tells whom or what the sentence is about.
  75. 75. Subjects and Predicates  The predicate is the part of the sentence that tells what the subject is or does.  A sentence that is missing a subject or a predicate is called a sentence fragment.
  76. 76. Subjects and Predicates  Test Tip:  A simple subject can be more than one word, for example, a name:  San Francisco is a city in California.
  77. 77. Subjects and Predicates  A simple predicate can be more than one word, for example, a main verb and any helping verbs:  We are going to California.
  78. 78. Spelling Words Long e & o
  79. 79.              sweet each three least freedom below throat float foam flown greet season croak  shallow  eagle  indeed  rainbow  grown  seaweed  hollow  Halloween  speedometer  underneath  seacoast  cocoa
  80. 80. Friday Question of the Day What can we learn about the United States as we travel?
  81. 81. Today we will learn about:  Build Concept Vocabulary  Sequence  Paraphrase  Dictionary/Glossary  Vocabulary  Grammar: Subjects and Predicates  Spelling: Long e & o  Electronic Media  Traveling America
  82. 82. Multiple Meaning Words  Many words have more than one meaning. Readers can look up the meanings of a word in a glossary or dictionary, but they must think about how the word is used in context to choose the appropriate definition.  Complete the chart for “lonely” and “country.” Then choose other multiplemeaning words from the selection to add to the chart.
  83. 83. Multiple Meaning Words Story Word in Context Dictionary Definitions Number of Meanings That Fit
  84. 84. Electronic Media  Where would you find information for a report about immigrating to the United States from Japan?  A wealth of information can be found on electronic media.  Electronic media includes any resources that require electricity to function.
  85. 85. Electronic Media  There are two types of electronic media, computer and non-computer sources.  Computer sources: CD-ROMs, DVDs, and the Internet (including online sources such as Web sites, encyclopedias, newspapers, and so on).  Non-computer sources: audiotapes, videotapes, DVDs, films, filmstrips, television shows, and radio.
  86. 86. Grammar Subjects & Predicates
  87. 87.  your going to love the rocky mountains in colorado  You’re going to love the Rocky Mountains in Colorado.  they are higher then the mountains. Where we live  They were higher than the mountains where we live.
  88. 88. Subjects and Predicates  Every sentence has a subject and a predicate.  The subject is the part of the sentence that tells whom or what the sentence is about.
  89. 89. Subjects and Predicates  The predicate is the part of the sentence that tells what the subject is or does.  A sentence that is missing a subject or a predicate is called a sentence fragment.
  90. 90. Spelling Words Long e & o
  91. 91.              sweet each three least freedom below throat float foam flown greet season croak  shallow  eagle  indeed  rainbow  grown  seaweed  hollow  Halloween  speedometer  underneath  seacoast  cocoa
  92. 92. We are now ready to take our story tests.  Story test  Classroom webpage,  Reading Test  AR  Other Reading Quizzes  Quiz #

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