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2.3 grace and the time machine

  1. 1. Big Question: What can we accomplish by using our imaginations? Author: Mary Hoffman Genre: Play
  2. 2. Story Sort Vocabulary Words:  Arcade Games  Study Stack  Spelling City: Vocabulary  Spelling City: Spelling Words
  3. 3. morning • forest • garbage • form • alarm • corner • story • argue • backyard • • start • partner • storm • Florida • apartment • sport • force • forward • sharp garden • Arkansas • departure • margarine • informative • snorkel • carnation •
  4. 4. Vocabulary Words  aboard         atlas awkward capable chant mechanical miracle reseats vehicle More Words to Know  contraption  pantomime  excursion  invention  research
  5. 5. Question of the Day What can we accomplish by using our imaginations?
  6. 6.          Build Concepts Draw Conclusions Answer Questions Build Background Vocabulary Fluency: Model Characterization /Dialogue Grammar: Irregular Plural Nouns Spelling: Words with ar, or Imagination
  7. 7.  Listen as I read ―Journal of a Teenage Genius.‖  As I read, notice how I use my voice to express each character’s personality and make the dialogue sound like a real-life conversation.  Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
  8. 8.  What do the characters’ reactions about the time machine tell you about them?  Could the narrator have invented the time machine? How do you know?
  9. 9.  excursion – a short trip taken for interest or pleasure  invention – something made for the first time  research – hunting for facts or truth
  10. 10. (To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.)
  11. 11. Science Imagination Travel
  12. 12. Benefits Dangers
  13. 13.  This week’s audio explores time travel. After you have listened, we will discuss what you have learned and what surprised you about time travel.
  14. 14. Word aboard atlas awkward capable chant mechanical miracle reseats vehicle Know Have Seen Don’t Know
  15. 15.  aboard – on board; in or on a ship, train, bus, airplane, etc.  atlas – book of maps  awkward – not graceful or skillful in movement or shape; not easily managed
  16. 16.  capable – having fitness, power, or ability; able; efficient; competent  chant – to call over and over again  mechanical – like a machine; automatic; without expression
  17. 17.  miracle – wonderful happening that is contrary to, or independent of, the known laws of nature  reseats – sits again  vehicle – device for carrying people or things, such as a car, bus, airplane, etc.
  18. 18.  contraption – device or gadget  pantomime – to express by gestures  (Next Slide)
  19. 19.  we built a time machine. In our basement  We built a time machine in our basement.  it can goes forword or backward in time  It can go forward or backward in time.
  20. 20.  The children made a time machine.  The word children is a plural noun. Because it does not form its plural by adding –s, -es, or –ies, it is called an irregular plural noun.
  21. 21.  A plural noun names more than one person, place, or thing. Most nouns add –s to form the plural.  An irregular plural noun has a special form for the plural.  Singular Nouns: The child learned about the life of the woman.  Irregular Plural Nouns: The children learned about the lives of the women.
  22. 22.  calf/calves  child/children  deer/deer  foot/feet  goose/geese  life/lives       man/ men moose/moose mouse/mice sheep/sheep shelf/shelves woman/women
  23. 23.  The children made a time machine.  plural  They built it from things they found on shelves in the kitchen.  plural  One woman asked them to take her back to Germany  singular
  24. 24.  Grace learned about the lives of Nana and Mrs. Myerson.  plural  Nana could put no weight on her broken foot.  singular
  25. 25.  Long ago Great-Grandpa lived on a dairy farm with cow and calf.  cows, calves  Other farmers nearby kept sheep and goose.  sheep, geese
  26. 26.  They all had cat to kill the mouse in their barn.  cats, mice, barns  The woods around them were full of moose and deer.  moose, deer
  27. 27.  Many of the man on the farm moved to the city to find job.  men, farms, jobs
  28. 28. morning • forest • garbage • form • alarm • corner • story • argue • backyard • • start • partner • storm • Florida • apartment • sport • force • forward • sharp garden • Arkansas • departure • margarine • informative • snorkel • carnation •
  29. 29. Question of the Day What happens when Grace and her friends use their imaginations?
  30. 30.           Word Structure Draw Conclusions Answer Questions Vocabulary Fluency: Echo Reading Grammar: Irregular Plural Nouns Spelling: Words with ar, or Social Studies: Travel the World Science: Time Travel Imagination
  31. 31.  Turn to page 196,starting at Grace’s third speech.  As I read, notice how the characters’ voices sound more animated when they discover new ideas.  We will practice as a class doing three echo readings.
  32. 32.  our time machine took us back in time, we lands in an ancient forest  Our time machine took us back in time. We landed in an ancient forest.  we saw wolfes and mooses among the trees  We saw wolves and moose among the trees.
  33. 33.  A plural noun names more than one person, place, or thing. Most nouns add –s to form the plural.  An irregular plural noun has a special form for the plural.
  34. 34.  calf/calves  child/children  deer/deer  foot/feet  goose/geese  life/lives  leaf/leaves        man/ men moose/moose mouse/mice sheep/sheep shelf/shelves woman/women ox/oxen
  35. 35. morning • forest • garbage • form • alarm • corner • story • argue • backyard • • start • partner • storm • Florida • apartment • sport • force • forward • sharp garden • Arkansas • departure • margarine • informative • snorkel • carnation •
  36. 36. Question of the Day How did using her imagination affect Mrs. Myerson?
  37. 37.           Compare and Contrast Draw Conclusions Answer Questions Vocabulary Fluency: Model Characterization/Dialogue Grammar: Irregular Plural Nouns Spelling: Words with ar, or Social Studies: The Gambia Trinidad Imagination
  38. 38.  Turn to page 206, starting at Mrs. Meyerson’s third speech.  As I read, notice how my voice changes for each character and expresses the character’s feelings.  Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings.
  39. 39.  did you see men and woman on your visit to the distant past  Did you see men and women on your visit to the distant past?  there was no human beings but there was huge animals.  There were no human beings, but there were huge animals.
  40. 40.  A plural noun names more than one person, place, or thing. Most nouns add –s to form the plural.  An irregular plural noun has a special form for the plural.
  41. 41.  calf/calves  child/children  deer/deer  foot/feet  goose/geese  life/lives  leaf/leaves        man/ men moose/moose mouse/mice sheep/sheep shelf/shelves woman/women ox/oxen
  42. 42.  Many common nouns have irregular plurals.  Learning to spell irregular plural nouns correctly will make your writing easy to read and understand.  Review something you have written to see if you can improve it by correcting the spelling of irregular plural nouns.
  43. 43. morning • forest • garbage • form • alarm • corner • story • argue • backyard • • start • partner • storm • Florida • apartment • sport • force • forward • sharp garden • Arkansas • departure • margarine • informative • snorkel • carnation •
  44. 44. Question of the Day When would it be valuable for you to use your imagination?
  45. 45.  Expository Nonfiction/Text  Reading Across Texts  Content-Area Vocabulary  Fluency: Partner Reading  Grammar: Irregular Plural Nouns  Spelling: Words with ar, or  Social Studies: Travel the World
  46. 46.  Turn to page 206.  Partners practice reading aloud the dialogue. Be sure to express character’s feelings, and make dialogue sound realistic. Offer each other feedback.
  47. 47.  next we’l take our time machine. To visit the future  Next we’ll take our time machine to visit the future.  what will citys of the future look like  What will cities of the future look like?
  48. 48.  A plural noun names more than one person, place, or thing. Most nouns add –s to form the plural.  An irregular plural noun has a special form for the plural.
  49. 49.  calf/calves  child/children  deer/deer  foot/feet  goose/geese  life/lives  leaf/leaves        man/ men moose/moose mouse/mice sheep/sheep shelf/shelves woman/women ox/oxen
  50. 50.  Test Tip: Remember that there are no consistent patterns for spelling irregular plural nouns. The plural forms must be learned.  Example: When one goose joins another goose, we have two geese. When one moose joins another moose, we have two moose.
  51. 51. morning • forest • garbage • form • alarm • corner • story • argue • backyard • • start • partner • storm • Florida • apartment • sport • force • forward • sharp garden • Arkansas • departure • margarine • informative • snorkel • carnation •
  52. 52. Question of the Day What can we accomplish by using our imaginations?
  53. 53.  Build Concept Vocabulary  Draw Conclusions  Flashback  Word Structure  Grammar: Irregular Plural Nouns  Spelling: Words with ar, or  Advertisement  Imagination
  54. 54.  Facts and details are the small pieces of information in an article or story.  Facts and details ―add up‖ to a conclusion—a decision or opinion the author or the reader forms that must make sense.
  55. 55. Facts and Details Facts and Details Conclusion
  56. 56.  A flashback interrupts the story to tell about an event that happened earlier.  A flashback briefly ―pauses‖ the present-time events of the story.  A flashback helps explain something that is happening now in the story.
  57. 57.  The prefix re- means ―again.‖  Review Grace and the Time Machine to find five verbs that can be turned into new words by adding the prefix re-.  Record your work in the chart.
  58. 58. Word in Play Add Prefix re- Sentence with New Word
  59. 59.  Where might you find information about traveling to places like France or Japan?  Newspapers often show advertisements for trips.  A photograph or illustration shows the product or service that is being sold, in this case a place to visit.
  60. 60.  A headline is the eye-catcher. This is usually in large type and is the most important idea about the product.  Information about the product or service explains why we should visit. The text tries to make the product or service as appealing as possible.
  61. 61.  A company name tells who makes the product or provides the service. It may also include information about the cost of the product or service.
  62. 62.  Advertisements may use loaded words, such as best, greatest, and fun packed to persuade readers to buy or do something. It is important to distinguish statements of fact from loaded words in an advertisement.
  63. 63.  its fun to going back and forth in time  It’s fun to go back and forth in time.  you must come with us on a trip, you’l loved it  You must come with us on a trip. You’ll love it.
  64. 64.  A plural noun names more than one person, place, or thing. Most nouns add –s to form the plural.  An irregular plural noun has a special form for the plural.
  65. 65.  calf/calves  child/children  deer/deer  foot/feet  goose/geese  life/lives  leaf/leaves        man/ men moose/moose mouse/mice sheep/sheep shelf/shelves woman/women ox/oxen
  66. 66. morning • forest • garbage • form • alarm • corner • story • argue • backyard • • start • partner • storm • Florida • apartment • sport • force • forward • sharp garden • Arkansas • departure • margarine • informative • snorkel • carnation •
  67. 67.  Story test  Classroom webpage,  Reading Test  AR  Other Reading Quizzes  Quiz #

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