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Mrs. Frisby and the Crow. Jeff Cole Bishop Elementary. treacherous- alarmingly – fierce- ineffectively prospect. useless: in vain a future possible event; something that could happen filled with a sense of danger not safe because of hidden dangers wild or threatening in appearance.
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Mrs. Frisby and the Crow

Jeff Cole

Bishop Elementary

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treacherous-

alarmingly–

fierce-

ineffectively

prospect

useless: in vain

a future possible event; something that could happen

filled with a sense of danger

not safe because of hidden dangers

wild or threatening in appearance

Vocabulary Quiz

Slide 3

Intervention Word Knowledge

  • In one-syllable words that end in a single consonant, we double the final consonant when an ending is added:

  • flap, flapped, flapping

  • Grip, gripped, gripping

  • Snap, snapped, snapping

  • Grab, grabbed, grabbing

  • Pattern, questions, sentence, partner practice, extensions

  • Dictation Practice…

Slide 4

Prepositions

Across

Between

Abreast

Toward

Behind

Through

Upward

Under

The plural of mouse is…

MICE !!!

Linguistic Considerations Day 1

Slide 5

Selection Background Day 1

  • House cat

  • Wild cat

  • Owl

  • Fox

  • Weasel

  • Mouse

  • Chicken

  • Crow

Slide 6

Day 1 Comprehension Questions

  • What kind of animal is Mrs. Frisby?

  • A mouse

  • What kind of animal is Dragon?

  • A cat

  • Why is the cat dangerous to Mrs. Frisby?

  • Because cats kill mice

  • What risk is Mrs. Frisby taking by going home through the yard?

  • Being killed by the cat

  • Which way does Mrs. Frisby decide to go?

  • Through the yard

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Cause and Effect Day 1: barn, because, choice, dangerous, decide, farmer, forest, garden, hunt, journey, kill, medicine, risk, woods, yard

  • Because: a word used to tell why something is a certain way or why something happens

  • Why is Anita happy?

  • Anita is happy because she got a good grade on the test.

  • Why is Mrs. Frisby making the dangerous journey?

  • ______ because _______

  • Mrs. Frisby is making the dangerous journey because _______.

  • Mrs. Frisby is making the dangerous journey because her son needs medicine.

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Cause and Effect Day 1: barn, because, choice, dangerous, decide, farmer, forest, garden, hunt, journey, kill, medicine, risk, woods, yard

  • Why is it so dangerous for Mrs. Frisby to go home through the forest?

  • ______ because ________.

  • The forest is dangerous because owls and other animals hunt there at night.

  • Why is it dangerous for Mrs. Frisby to go home through the yard?

  • ____ because _____

  • The yard is dangerous because the farmer’s cat hunts there.

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Day 2 Comprehension: caught, caused, crow, fence, noise, shiny, silver, startle, string, sudden, tangled,wire

  • barn, because, choice, dangerous, decide, farmer, forest, garden, hunt, journey, kill, medicine, risk, woods, yard

  • What happened to the crow after he picked up the silver string?

  • The string got tangled around his foot. Then the string got caught on the fence.

  • Why does Mrs. Frisby want the crow to stop making noise?

  • She is afraid that the cat will hear the noise.

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Cause and Effect Day 2: caught, caused, crow, fence, noise, shiny, silver, startle, string, sudden, tangled,wire

  • Caused-verb-made something happen

  • Remember:

    Because is used to explain why something happens

    What caused Mrs. Frisby to make the journey?

    Mrs. Frisby made the journey because she needed to get medicine for her son.

  • What caused Mrs. Frisby to be startled?

    _______ because ________.

  • Mrs. Frisby is startled because________

  • Mrs. Frisby is startled because she heard a sudden noise.

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Cause and Effect Day 2: caught, caused, crow, fence, noise, shiny, silver, startle, string, sudden, tangled,wire

  • What cause the crow to be tied to the fence?

  • The crow was tied to the fence because_______ .

  • The crow was tied to the fence because a piece of string was tangled around his leg.

  • What caused the crow to pick up the piece of string?

  • The crow picked up the string because_______.

  • The crow picked up the string because the string was shiny.

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Word Knowledge Day 2

  • Wrap, wrapped, wrapping

    Mom wrapped the sandwich.

  • Caught, stalked, squaking, gnawing

    Jeremy was caught in a trap.

  • Nervous, treacherous, dangerous, marvelous

    The other choice would be dangerous, too.

  • Victims, pasture, bottomless, shrubs, silver

    Silver can be used to make coins

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Word Knowledge Day 3

  • Wrap, wrapped, wrapping

    Mom wrapped the sandwich.

  • Caught, stalked, squaking, gnawing

    Jeremy was caught in a trap.

  • Nervous, treacherous, dangerous, marvelous

    The other choice would be dangerous, too.

  • Victims, pasture, bottomless, shrubs, silver

    Silver can be used to make coins

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Cause and Effect Day3: cause, climb on, cut through, effect, fly off, free, tangled

  • caught, caused, crow, fence, noise, shiny, silver, startle, string, sudden, tangled,wire

  • Cause-noun-something that makes something else happen

  • Effect- something that happens because of something else.

  • Mrs. Frisby knows the cat will kill the crow so she helps the crow. The cause is Mrs. Frisby knows the cat will kill the crow.

  • What is the effect?

  • The effect is _____

  • The effect is Mrs. Frisby helps the crow.

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Cause and Effect Day3:

  • The string is very tangled, so Mrs. Frisby has to cut through it three times to get it off.

    The effect is Mrs. Frisby has to cut through the string three times to get the string off. What is the cause?

  • The cause is _____.

  • The cause is the string is very tangled.

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Cause and Effect Day3

  • Mrs. Frisby cuts through the string, so the crow is free to fly off.

  • What is the cause?

  • The cause is____.

  • The cause is Mrs. Frisby cuts through the string.

  • What is the effect?

  • The effect is ______.

  • The effect is the crow is free to fly off.

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Day 3 Comprehension: cause, climb on, cut through, effect, fly off, free, tangled

  • What does Mrs. Frisby thing will happen if she does not help the crow?

  • She thinks the cat will kill the crow.

  • How does Mrs. Frisby get the string off the crow?

  • She uses her sharp teeth to cut through the string.

  • Why do you think Mrs. Frisby climbs on the crow’s back?

  • So the crow can carry her as he flies.

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Test Comprehension Questions Day 3

  • Why did Mrs. Frisby risk helping the crow?

  • What possible consequences did Mrs. Frisby face helping the crow?

  • Why did Mrs. Frisby choose to go home through the farmyard instead of the woods?

  • Why did Mrs. Frisby risk her life to remove the string from the crow’s leg?

  • What risk did crow take to save Mrs. Frisby’s life?

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Cause and effect Day 4: tangle, carry, in debt, just in time, risk, save

  • cause, climb on, cut through, effect, fly off, free, tangled

  • Risk- can be a verb or a noun.

  • When you take a risk you do something that could be dangerous. You do not know what will happen, but something bad could happen.

    The possibility of something bad happening is the risk that you take when you do something is dangerous.

  • I’ll ask you a question and give you part of the answer. You complete the answer.

  • How did Mrs. Frisby save the crow’s life?

  • Mrs. Frisby cut off the string that was _____ around the crow’s leg.

  • tangled

  • The ____ crow Mrs. Frisby on his back to fly away from the cat.

  • carried

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Day 4 Comprehension Questions : tangle, carry, in debt, just in time, risk, save

  • How did Mrs. Frisby risk her life to help the crow?

  • She helped free the crow even though the cat was coming to kill them.

  • How does Mrs. Frisby get home?

  • She flies home on the crow’s back.

  • Why does the crow think he is in debt, to Mrs. Frisby?

  • Mrs. Frisby risked her life to save the crow’s life.

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Test Comprehension Questions Day 4

  • Why did Mrs. Frisby risk helping the crow?

  • What possible consequences did Mrs. Frisby face helping the crow?

  • Why did Mrs. Frisby choose to go home through the farmyard instead of the woods?

  • Why did Mrs. Frisby risk her life to remove the string from the crow’s leg?

  • What risk did crow take to save Mrs. Frisby’s life?

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Day 5 Possible Test Cause and Effect

  • What caused Mrs. Frisby to make the journey across the farmyard?

  • Mrs. Frisby made the journey because____.

  • Why was the journey through the yard dangerous for Mrs. Frisby?

  • The journey was dangerous because_____.

  • Mrs. Frisby risked her life to save the crow’s life, so the crow is in debt to Mrs. Frisby.

    The cause is Mrs. Frisby risked her life to save the crow’s life.

  • What is the effect?

  • The effect is the _________.

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Day 5 Possible Test Comprehension

  • Why did Mrs. Frisby risk her life making such a dangerous journey?

  • Why did Mrs. Frisby risk staying in the yard when the cat was coming?

  • Why did the crow risk staying in the yard when the cat was coming?


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