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Trapped by the Ice!. Monday. Text Organization. Title Headings Paragraphs Captions Photographs/Illustrations. Going West: Children on the Oregon Trial. I am going to read aloud a nonfiction article that describes what it was like for pioneers to travel west on the Oregon Trail.

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Trapped by the Ice!

Monday


Text Organization

  • Title

  • Headings

  • Paragraphs

  • Captions

  • Photographs/Illustrations


Going West: Children on the Oregon Trial

I am going to read aloud a nonfiction article that describes what it was like for pioneers to travel west on the Oregon Trail.


It’s time for . . .

These are words. . .

We use them for . . .

Vocabulary

we want to know

Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!


barren: having little plant or animal life


crevasse: deep hole or crack


deserted: empty; not lived in, or having few or no people


floes: large sheets of floating ice


grueling: very tiring


impassable: not able to be crossed or traveled through


perilous: very dangerous


terrain: land, ground, or earth


Trapped by the Ice!

Trapped by the Ice! Is a true story about a voyage to Antarctica.

Trailer: http://main.wgbh.org/imax/shackleton/popup.html

Watch: Behind the News: Antarctica


Text Organization

Readers can use text organization to recognize the main ideas in a selection. Features of text organization include title, headings, and illustrations.


PB pg. 121

TE pg. 251A


You are Great Readers!


Trapped by the Ice!

  • Tuesday


It’s time for . . .

These are words. . .

We use them for . . .

Vocabulary

we want to know

Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!


  • barren: having little plant or animal life


  • crevasse: deep hole or crack


  • deserted: empty; not lived in, or having few or no people


VCCV Pattern

  • When you come to an unfamiliar word, one good strategy for decoding is to look for the VCCV syllable pattern.

    custom


Open Syllables

Closed Syllable

go

t


person


lumber


distance


welcome


ragged


landing


We Do


I Do


We Do


Homophones

  • Words that sound alike but have different meaning and spellings are called homophones.


You are Great Readers!


Trapped by the Ice!

  • Wednesday


It’s time for . . .

These are words. . .

We use them for . . .

Vocabulary

we want to know

Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!


  • terrain: land, ground, or earth


  • floes: large sheets of floating ice


  • grueling: very tiring


Text Organization

  • Finish “Group Choral Reading the Story”

  • Do AIMS Prep: Text Structures and Features together

Find: April 24, 1916

Find where the main idea is: Preparing for the Trip to South Georgia Island


You are Great Readers!


Trapped by the Ice!

  • Thursday


It’s time for . . .

These are words. . .

We use them for . . .

Vocabulary

we want to know

Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!


  • impassable: not able to be crossed or traveled through


  • perilous: very dangerous


Read pgs. 248-251,

then play Jeopardy!


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