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4.3.5 the great kapok tree

  1. 1. Author: Lynne Cherry Genre: Fantasy Big Question: How are living things connected?
  2. 2. Small Group Timer
  3. 3. Review Games Story Sort Vocabulary Words: Arcade Games Study Stack Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Spelling Words
  4. 4. Spelling Words Possessives
  5. 5. its • ours • mine • yours • family’s • families’ • man’s • men’s • girl’s • girls’ • • hers • theirs • brother’s • brothers’ • teacher’s • teachers’ • aunt’s • aunts’ • boy’s • boys’ • country’s • countries’ • witness’s • witnesses’ • laboratory’s • laboratories’
  6. 6. Big Question: How are living things connected? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
  7. 7. Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words  canopy  dangle  dappled  fragrant  pollen  pollinate  slithered  wondrous More Words to Know  gash  lulled  landmarks  mountains  wilderness
  8. 8. Monday Question of the Day How are living things connected?
  9. 9. Today we will learn about:  Build Concepts  Generalize  Story Structure  Build Background  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Punctuation Clues  Grammar: Irregular Verbs  Spelling: Possessives  Protecting the Environment
  10. 10. Fluency Model Punctuation Clues
  11. 11. Fluency: Punctuation Clues  Listen as I read “In One Era and Out the Other.”  As I read, notice how I use punctuation clues to make my reading understandable and expressive. I will pause at periods and commas, change inflection at question marks, and express emotion at exclamation marks.  Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
  12. 12. Fluency: Punctuation Clues  How does the narrator support the generalization that Mama traveled by landmarks?  What generalizations can you make about Mama? Give details to support your generalizations.
  13. 13. Concept Vocabulary  landmarks – places or things used as guides or designated as important or interesting  mountains – very high hills that rise 2,000 feet or more above surrounding land  wilderness – wild, desolate region with few or no people living in it  (next slide)
  14. 14. mountains
  15. 15. wilderness
  16. 16. Concept Vocabulary (To add information to the graphic organizer, click on end show, type in your new information, and save your changes.)
  17. 17. Build Concept Vocabulary landmarks, mountains, wilderness Protecting the Environment Plants and Animals Places
  18. 18. Generalize, Story Structure Turn to page 360 - 361.
  19. 19. Prior Knowledge Think of ways to conserve natural resources such as forests, farmland, and water. Water Natural Resources Land Forests
  20. 20. Prior Knowledge  This week’s audio explores saving rain forests. After we listen, we will discuss what you found out and what surprised you most about rain forests and the efforts to save them.
  21. 21. Vocabulary Words
  22. 22. Vocabulary Words  canopy – uppermost layer of branches in forest trees  dangle – to hang and swing loosely  dappled – marked with spots; spotted  fragrant – having or giving off a pleasing odor; sweet-smelling  pollen – fine, yellowish powder released from the anthers of flowers that fertilize the pistil of flowers
  23. 23. Vocabulary Words  pollinate – to carry pollen from anthers to pistils; bring pollen to  slithered – moved with a sliding motion  wondrous – wonderful; marvelous; remarkable
  24. 24. More Words to Know  gash – a long, deep cut or wound  lulled – soothed with sounds or caresses, caused to sleep  (Next Slide)
  25. 25. canopy
  26. 26. dangle
  27. 27. dappled
  28. 28. pollen
  29. 29. gash
  30. 30. Grammar Irregular Verbs
  31. 31.  my report were not ready so we started with her’s  My report was not ready so we started with hers.  maria maked a model of a rain forest, it had monkeys and parrots  Maria made a model of a rain forest. It had monkeys and parrots.
  32. 32. Irregular Verbs  They see the Kapok tree. They saw it before.  While many verbs form their past tense by adding –ed, other verbs do not follow this rule. The past tense form of see is saw. Verbs such as see are called irregular verbs.
  33. 33. Irregular Verbs  Usually you add –ed to a verb to show past tense. Irregular verbs do not follow this rule. Instead of having –ed forms to show past tense, irregular verbs change to other words.
  34. 34. Irregular Verbs Present Tense Past Tense Past with has, have, or had come came (has, have, had) come fall fell (has, have, had) fallen go went (has, have, had) gone hear heard (has, have, had) heard hit hit (has, have, had) hit is/are was/were (has, have, had) been leave left (has, have, had) left read read (has, have, had) read see saw (has, have, had) seen take took (has, have, had) taken tell told (has, have, had) told write wrote (has, have, had) written
  35. 35. Irregular Verbs Write the past tense form of the irregular verb in ( ).  Two men (go) into the forest.  went  One man pointed to a Kapok tree and (leave).  left  The other man (hit) the tree with his ax.  hit
  36. 36. Irregular Verbs Write the past tense form of the irregular verb in ( ).  The man (take) his ax and walked away.  took  Our class has (read) about the rain forest.  read
  37. 37. Irregular Verbs Write the past tense form of the irregular verb in ( ).  We also have (see) a movie about rain forest animals.  seen  Our teacher has (take) a trip to the rainforest.  taken  She has (tell) us about her adventures.  told
  38. 38. Spelling Words Possessives
  39. 39. its • ours • mine • yours • family’s • families’ • man’s • men’s • girl’s • girls’ • • hers • theirs • brother’s • brothers’ • teacher’s • teachers’ • aunt’s • aunts’ • boy’s • boys’ • country’s • countries’ • witness’s • witnesses’ • laboratory’s • laboratories’
  40. 40. Tuesday Question of the Day How are the animals of the rain forest connected to the Kapok tree?
  41. 41. Today we will learn about:  Word Structure: Suffixes  Generalize  Story Structure  Author’s Purpose  Vocabulary  Fluency: Choral Reading  Grammar: Irregular Verbs  Spelling: Possessives  Time for Science: Kapok Trees  Protecting the Environment
  42. 42. Vocabulary Strategy: Suffixes Pages 362 - 363.
  43. 43. The Great Kapok Tree Pages 364 - 371.
  44. 44. Fluency Choral Reading
  45. 45. Fluency: Choral Reading  Turn to page 367, the last paragraph.  As I read, notice how my voice drops at periods and becomes emphatic for exclamations.  We will practice as a class doing three choral readings of this paragraph.
  46. 46. Grammar Irregular Verbs
  47. 47.  we heared the mans ax ringing out in the forest  We heard the man’s ax ringing out in the forest.  birds flies among the branches and tree frogs whistle  Birds fly among the branches, and tree frogs whistle.
  48. 48. Irregular Verbs  Many verbs add past tense. -ed to form their  Some verbs, called irregular verbs, do not follow this rule. They change to other words to show past actions.
  49. 49. Irregular Verbs Present Tense Past Tense Past with has, have, or had come came (has, have, had) come fall fell (has, have, had) fallen go went (has, have, had) gone hear heard (has, have, had) heard hit hit (has, have, had) hit is/are was/were (has, have, had) been leave left (has, have, had) left read read (has, have, had) read see saw (has, have, had) seen take took (has, have, had) taken tell told (has, have, had) told write wrote (has, have, had) written
  50. 50. Spelling Words Possessives
  51. 51. its • ours • mine • yours • family’s • families’ • man’s • men’s • girl’s • girls’ • • hers • theirs • brother’s • brothers’ • teacher’s • teachers’ • aunt’s • aunts’ • boy’s • boys’ • country’s • countries’ • witness’s • witnesses’ • laboratory’s • laboratories’
  52. 52. Wednesday Question of the Day What convinced the man not to cut down the Kapok tree?
  53. 53. Today we will learn about:  Generalize  Story Structure  Word Structure: Suffixes  Vocabulary  Fluency: Model Punctuation Clues  Grammar: Irregular Verbs  Spelling: Possessives  Time for Science: Kapok Fiber  Conserving Rain Forests  Protecting the Environment
  54. 54. The Great Kapok Tree Pages 372 - 378.
  55. 55. Fluency Punctuation Clues
  56. 56. Fluency: Punctuation Clues  Turn to page 370, last paragraph.  As I read, notice that quotation marks show speech and may be a clue for a reader to change to a different voice.  Now we will practice together as a class by doing three choral readings.
  57. 57. Grammar Irregular Verbs
  58. 58.  what a lot of animals their are in the forest  What a lot of animals there are in the forest!  if i lived here id be scared to go outside  If I lived here, I’d be scared to go outside.
  59. 59. Irregular Verbs  Many verbs add past tense. -ed to form their  Some verbs, called irregular verbs, do not follow this rule. They change to other words to show past actions.
  60. 60. Irregular Verbs Present Tense Past Tense Past with has, have, or had come came (has, have, had) come fall fell (has, have, had) fallen go went (has, have, had) gone hear heard (has, have, had) heard hit hit (has, have, had) hit is/are was/were (has, have, had) been leave left (has, have, had) left read read (has, have, had) read see saw (has, have, had) seen take took (has, have, had) taken tell told (has, have, had) told write wrote (has, have, had) written
  61. 61. Replace Dull Verbs  Using certain common irregular verbs, such as say, come, go, and get, too often can make writing dull. Replace these verbs with more vivid verbs. The children came home from school. The children dashed home from school.  Example:
  62. 62. Replace Dull Verbs  Review something you have written and replace overused verbs with stronger, more vivid verbs.
  63. 63. Spelling Words Possessives
  64. 64. its • ours • mine • yours • family’s • families’ • man’s • men’s • girl’s • girls’ • • hers • theirs • brother’s • brothers’ • teacher’s • teachers’ • aunt’s • aunts’ • boy’s • boys’ • country’s • countries’ • witness’s • witnesses’ • laboratory’s • laboratories’
  65. 65. Thursday Question of the Day Have you ever heard an insect, frog, or bird but have been unable to find it?
  66. 66. Today we will learn about:  Expository Nonfiction/Text Features  Reading Across Texts  Content-Area Vocabulary  Fluency: Partner Reading  Grammar: Irregular Verbs  Spelling: Possessives  Science: Exotic Butterflies
  67. 67. “Living in a World of Green” Pages 380 - 383.
  68. 68. Fluency Partner Reading
  69. 69. Fluency: Partner Reading  Turn to page 370, last paragraph.  Read these paragraphs three times with a partner. Be sure to follow punctuation clues, and offer each other feedback.
  70. 70. Grammar Irregular Verbs
  71. 71.  the storm clouds have went away and the sun had came out  The storm clouds have gone away, and the sun has come out.  we well have better weather tomorrow  We will have better weather tomorrow.
  72. 72. Irregular Verbs  Many verbs add past tense. -ed to form their  Some verbs, called irregular verbs, do not follow this rule. They change to other words to show past actions.
  73. 73. Irregular Verbs Present Tense Past Tense Past with has, have, or had come came (has, have, had) come fall fell (has, have, had) fallen go went (has, have, had) gone hear heard (has, have, had) heard hit hit (has, have, had) hit is/are was/were (has, have, had) been leave left (has, have, had) left read read (has, have, had) read see saw (has, have, had) seen take took (has, have, had) taken tell told (has, have, had) told write wrote (has, have, had) written
  74. 74. Irregular Verbs  Test Tip: You may be asked to identify the correct past tense of an irregular verb. Learn which verbs are irregular and practice using their past forms.  The birds flew away. The birds have flown away.  We saw a monkey. We have seen a monkey.
  75. 75. Spelling Words Possessives
  76. 76. its • ours • mine • yours • family’s • families’ • man’s • men’s • girl’s • girls’ • • hers • theirs • brother’s • brothers’ • teacher’s • teachers’ • aunt’s • aunts’ • boy’s • boys’ • country’s • countries’ • witness’s • witnesses’ • laboratory’s • laboratories’
  77. 77. Friday Question of the Day How are living things connected?
  78. 78. Today we will learn about:  Generalize  Persuasive Devices  Word Structure: Suffixes  Grammar: Irregular Verbs  Spelling: Possessives  Schedule  Protecting the Environment
  79. 79. Generalize  A generalization is a broad statement based on several examples.  A generalization can be valid (logical) or faulty (wrong) depending on the number of examples on which it is based and on how logical and careful the thinking is.
  80. 80. Persuasive Devices  Persuasive devices are used to persuade the reader to agree with the author’s point of view.  Writers may try to influence readers by using strong, sensory language or loaded words. For example, instead of a more neutral word like cut, a writer might use a negative word like gash.
  81. 81. Persuasive Devices  By paying attention to persuasive devices, such as testimonials, bandwagon, or loaded words, you can decide whether or not you should believe a writer’s claims.
  82. 82. Suffixes  The suffix –ous means “full of.”Other suffixes with the same meaning are -ful and –y.  Use suffixes and base words to figure out the meanings of the words in the chart.
  83. 83. Suffixes Word poisonous joyous flavorful steamy marvelous humorous colorful sleepy Base Word + Suffix Meaning
  84. 84.  How could you find out when flights leave for Brazil and how long it takes to fly to Brazil?  Flight information is often given in the form of a schedule.
  85. 85. Schedule  A schedule is a kind of chart that tells you when events will take place. It usually lists the names of events, places, dates, and times.  Schedules often organize information horizontally in rows from left to right and vertically in columns from top to bottom.
  86. 86. Schedule  Headings for the rows and columns tell what information each row or column shows.
  87. 87. Grammar Irregular Verbs
  88. 88.  many of the world’s great forest’s are in south america  Many of the world’s great forests are in South America.  i hopes too visit costa rica some day  I hope to visit Costa Rica some day.
  89. 89. Irregular Verbs  Many verbs add past tense. -ed to form their  Some verbs, called irregular verbs, do not follow this rule. They change to other words to show past actions.
  90. 90. Irregular Verbs Present Tense Past Tense Past with has, have, or had come came (has, have, had) come fall fell (has, have, had) fallen go went (has, have, had) gone hear heard (has, have, had) heard hit hit (has, have, had) hit is/are was/were (has, have, had) been leave left (has, have, had) left read read (has, have, had) read see saw (has, have, had) seen take took (has, have, had) taken tell told (has, have, had) told write wrote (has, have, had) written
  91. 91. Spelling Words Possessives
  92. 92. its • ours • mine • yours • family’s • families’ • man’s • men’s • girl’s • girls’ • • hers • theirs • brother’s • brothers’ • teacher’s • teachers’ • aunt’s • aunts’ • boy’s • boys’ • country’s • countries’ • witness’s • witnesses’ • laboratory’s • laboratories’
  93. 93. We are now ready to take our story tests.  Story test  Classroom webpage,  Reading Test  AR  Other Reading Quizzes  Quiz #

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